RE: Energy Consumption model in Poultry farming
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- Subject: [mg35532] RE: [mg35507] Energy Consumption model in Poultry farming
- From: "DrBob" <majort at cox-internet.com>
- Date: Thu, 18 Jul 2002 03:06:16 -0400 (EDT)
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I saw a presentation on it at the University of Nebraska at Omaha in
1982, in a math department seminar. There may be a faculty member there
that you should talk to.
From: DLUNDIN at aol.com [mailto:DLUNDIN at aol.com]
Subject: [mg35532] [mg35507] Energy Consumption model in Poultry farming
I'm using Mathematica to model energy consumption in chicken farms given
basic data. Then I'm planning to use regression -BUT- before I do I wanted to
check in with the gurus.
Normally, energy consumption is a function of Heating/Cooling Degree Days and
I'd like to hear if someone believes this is NOT the case here.
Has anyone developed a purely mathematical model based on radiant, convective
and conductive heat transfer? I'd rather not take the regression approach if
I can get a theoretical model instead.
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