Modeling of Electrohydraulic Technology in Agriculture

Modeling of Electrohydraulic Technology in Agriculture

Jorge Vinna Sabrejos (The Antenor Orrego Private University, Peru), Alexander Anatolievich Belov (Federal Scientific Agroengineering Center VIM, Russia), Alexey N. Vasilyev (Federal Scientific Agroengineering Center VIM, Russia), Victor Nikolayevich Toporkov (Federal Scientific Agroengineering Center VIM, Russia) and Andrey Anatolievich Musenko (Federal Scientific Agroengineering Center VIM, Russia)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-1216-6.ch009

Abstract

The authors reveal the relevance of modeling electrohydraulic technology in terms of determining the parameters that cannot be measured by existing methods and technical means. The purpose of the chapter is modeling of electrohydraulic technology in agriculture. By modeling, the authors are developing an installation for obtaining nutrient solutions under irrigation conditions in order to increase the yield in greenhouse vegetable combines while ensuring the environmental friendliness of the process. The authors used the methods of research, analysis and calculation of technical means and control systems applied to high-voltage electro-technological installations of agricultural use. Mathematical patterns are established and a logically based relationship is established between the changes in electrical conductivity of water as a result of electrohydraulic processing.
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Background

To increase the gross production of greenhouse products, it is important to provide plants with all the necessary nutrients that are found in the soil (especially in peat) in large quantities, but in a form inaccessible to plants. In various countries, original technologies are being developed that allow nutrients to be made available to plants in the form and, in most cases, exclude the addition of other fertilizers, restoring lost fertility to the soil (Feng et al., 2016).

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