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Energy-efficient control systems in greenhouses

Work number - M 55 AWARDED

Dudnyk A., Lendiel T.

Scientific workis devoted to solve scientific and applied problem of increasing the energy efficiency and productivity of electrotechnical control systems due to developing scientific basis of control system considering the features and dynamics states of complex biotechnologicalobjects.

According to the research results it was found that traditional control systems do not take into account biological facilities, natural disturbances influences, which cause the energy consumption increasing and profitability reduction.

The results of theoretical and experimental researches the biological object states were analyzed and the appropriate mathematical models were developed, that allowed to calculate the control systems strategies.

The influence of product quality on the profit was estimated using the neural networks. The mathematical models of tomato production in view of biological object features were synthesized and the energy-efficient strategies were formed using the Harrington’s desirability function.

Experimental studies and economic calculations confirmed the cost-effectiveness of control systems of electrotechnical complexes in the greenhouses and the accuracy of the theoretical principles.