Modeling and Control of Livestock Ventilation Systems and Indoor Environments

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The hybrid ventilation systems have been widely used for livestock barns to provide optimum indoor climate by controlling the ventilation rate and air flow distribution within the ventilated building structure. The purpose of this paper is to develop models for livestock ventilation systems and indoor environments with a major emphasis on the prediction of indoor horizontal variation of temperature and concentration adapted to the design of appropriate controlling strategy and control systems. The Linear Quadratic (LQ) optimal control method taking into account of the effect of necessary constraints and random disturbances is designed through system linearization. The well designed control systems are able to determine the demand ventilation rate and airflow pattern, improve and optimize the indoor Thermal Comfort (TC), Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) and energy use.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelProceedings of the 26th Air Infiltration and Ventilation Center (AIVC) Conference : Ventilation in Relation to the Energy Performance of Buildings
Antal sider6
Publikationsdato2005
Sider335-340
StatusUdgivet - 2005
Begivenhed26th Air Infiltration and Ventilation Center (AIVC) Conference - Brussels, Belgien
Varighed: 21 sep. 200523 sep. 2005

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Konference26th Air Infiltration and Ventilation Center (AIVC) Conference
LandBelgien
ByBrussels
Periode21/09/200523/09/2005

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Agriculture
Ventilation
Control systems
Thermal comfort
Linearization
Air quality
Air
Temperature

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Wu, Z., Heiselberg, P., & Stoustrup, J. (2005). Modeling and Control of Livestock Ventilation Systems and Indoor Environments. I Proceedings of the 26th Air Infiltration and Ventilation Center (AIVC) Conference: Ventilation in Relation to the Energy Performance of Buildings (s. 335-340)
Wu, Zhuang ; Heiselberg, Per ; Stoustrup, Jakob. / Modeling and Control of Livestock Ventilation Systems and Indoor Environments. Proceedings of the 26th Air Infiltration and Ventilation Center (AIVC) Conference: Ventilation in Relation to the Energy Performance of Buildings. 2005. s. 335-340
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Modeling and Control of Livestock Ventilation Systems and Indoor Environments. / Wu, Zhuang; Heiselberg, Per; Stoustrup, Jakob.

Proceedings of the 26th Air Infiltration and Ventilation Center (AIVC) Conference: Ventilation in Relation to the Energy Performance of Buildings. 2005. s. 335-340.

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