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dc.creatorHoyos, Fredy E.
dc.creatorCandelo Becerra, John Edwin
dc.creatorchavarria, hector
dc.date.accessioned2019-11-13T14:23:53Z
dc.date.available2019-11-13T14:23:53Z
dc.date.issued2019-05-05
dc.identifier.issn0122-6517, 2382-4700 electrónico
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/11323/5617
dc.description.abstractIntroduction−Aeroponics allows the possibility to grow plants in places where conventional open-field agriculture is difficult. The use of technology improves the efficiency of the process although some energy control and irrigation system solutions must be improved.Objective−Implement an autonomous power supply and an irrigation control system for pesticide-free food pro-duction.Methodology−The autonomous system was designed using MATLAB-Simulink-MPLAB tool to perform the control model and to be applied to the crop. A dsPIC was programmed for the irrigation cycle control algorithms using MATLAB-Simulink blocks.Results−The results show that the irrigation cycle and power supply of the aeroponic system help maintain uni-formity of plant growth during the tests period, which allows a better development of the aeroponic crop.Conclusions−Cultivation by aeroponics reduces the use of pesticides, growing space, water consumption, and nu-trients consumption. Automation in irrigation and power supply systems allows good growth in coriander, which can be evidenced by increases in the weight and volume of the test plants.eng
dc.description.abstractIntroducción−La aeroponía permite la posibilidad de cultivar plantas, en lugares donde la agricultura conven-cional de campo abierto es difícil. El uso de la tecnología permite mejorar la eficiencia de los procesos, aunque se requiere incorporar algunas mejoras y soluciones en los sistemas de suministro energético y control del riego.Objetivo−Implementar una fuente autónoma de sumin-istro energético y un sistema de control del riego para la producción de alimentos libres de pesticidas.Metodología−El sistema autónomo se diseñó utilizando la herramienta Matlab-Simulink-MPLAB, para desarr-ollar el modelo de control y aplicarlo al cultivo. Además, se programó un dsPIC para los algoritmos de control del ciclo de riego utilizando bloques Matlab-Simulink. Resultados−Los resultados muestran que el ciclo de riego y el suministro de energía, ayudan a mantener plantas uniformes en el cultivo durante el periodo de las pruebas, lo que permite a su vez incorporar mejoras en el desarrollo de los cultivos aeropónicos.Conclusiones−Cultivar de manera aeropónica reduce el uso de pesticidas, espacio, agua y nutrientes. La automa-tización en los sistemas de irrigación y de suministro de potencia, permite lograr un buen crecimiento en el cilan-tro, lo cual se puede evidenciar mediante el incremento en los niveles de peso y volumen, registrados en las medi-ciones de las plantas de prueba.spa
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dc.language.isoengeng
dc.publisherCorporación Universidad de la Costaspa
dc.relation.ispartofseriesINGE CUC; Vol. 15, Núm. 1 (2019)
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dc.sourceINGE CUCspa
dc.subjectAlimentos libres de pesticidasspa
dc.subjectAeroponíaspa
dc.subjectSistemas de irrigación autónomaspa
dc.subjectProducción limpiaspa
dc.subjectFuente de potencia eléctrica autónomaspa
dc.subjectPesticide-free foodspa
dc.subjectAeroponicsspa
dc.subjectAutonomous irrigation systemspa
dc.subjectClean productionspa
dc.subjectAutonomous electric power supplyspa
dc.titleAutomation of pesticide-free cilantro aeroponic cropsspa
dc.title.alternativeAutomatización de cultivos aeropónicos de cilantro libres de pesticidasspa
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dc.identifier.doihttps://doi.org/10.17981/ingecuc.15.1.2019.01
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