Climate control in broiler houses: A thermal model for the calculation of the energy use and indoor environmental conditions

Volume: 169, Pages: 110 - 126
Published: Jun 1, 2018
Abstract
The use of energy in the livestock sector will rise in the years to come due to the increasing demand for animal proteins from a word population that will reach 9.15 billion people before 2050. Livestock houses for intensive animal farming are characterized by high energy consumption due to climate control that is needed to guarantee animals’ welfare and to maximize their production. Currently, there are neither international standards...
Paper Details
Title
Climate control in broiler houses: A thermal model for the calculation of the energy use and indoor environmental conditions
Published Date
Jun 1, 2018
Volume
169
Pages
110 - 126
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