Energy efficient technologies of microclimate creation in animal husbandry
- Leonid Andreev, Vladimir Yurkin
- Corresponding Author
- Leonid Andreev
Available Online July 2017.
- https://doi.org/10.2991/aime-17.2017.11How to use a DOI?
- electrostatic precipitator; animal husbandry; dust; microorganisms; ammonia; hydrogen sulfide
- A number of issues arose due to the transfer of animal husbandry to the industrial basis. They are associated with high stocking density of animals in a limited space. They are primarily the high energy consumption for creation of optimal microclimate, the increase in the risk of spreading infections transmitted by aerogenic microbes, the increase of environmental load on the environment and the deterioration of working conditions of the staff. These problems are mainly associated with the use of ineffective methods of ventilating livestock buildings. In this paper, the authors propose using a system of partial recirculation of ventilation air with its simultaneous high-performance cleaning and disinfection in livestock complexes. As the filter element, it is proposed to use a wet single-zone electrostatic precipitator having high efficiency to clean the air from dust, germs and harmful gases such as ammonia and hydrogen sulfide. To improve the efficiency of purification and decontamination of the air environment of livestock buildings, it is advisable to use two-stage wet electrostatic precipitators with increased efficiency of disinfection of air environment and high performance in air cleaning from dust and harmful gases.
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TY - CONF AU - Leonid Andreev AU - Vladimir Yurkin PY - 2017/07 DA - 2017/07 TI - Energy efficient technologies of microclimate creation in animal husbandry BT - International Conference "Actual Issues of Mechanical Engineering" 2017 (AIME 2017) PB - Atlantis Press SN - 2352-5401 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/aime-17.2017.11 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/aime-17.2017.11 ID - Andreev2017/07 ER -