Greenhouse Modeling, Validation and Climate Control based on Fuzzy Logic
This paper deals with the modeling and control of the air temperature and humidity in greenhouses. A physical model of the greenhouse used in the Simulink/Matlab environment is elaborated to simulate both temperature and indoor humidity. As a solution to the non-linearity and complexity of the greenhouse system, a fuzzy logic method is developed to control the actuators that are installed inside the greenhouse for heating, ventilation, humidification and cooling to obtain a suitable microclimate.
Keywords:greenhouse, fuzzy logic controller, air temperature, humidity, Simulink, Matlab
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