Innovative Biosystems Engineering for Sustainable Agriculture, Forestry and Food Production : International Mid-Term Conference 2019 of the Italian Association of Agricultural Engineering (AIIA) / edited by Antonio Coppola, Giovanni Carlo Di Renzo, Giuseppe Altieri, Paola D'Antonio.
- 1st ed. 2020.
- Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2020.
- Engineering (Springer-11647)
Lecture notes in civil engineering 2366-2557 ; 67
Lecture Notes in Civil Engineering, 2366-2557 ; 67
1 online resource (XXX, 880 pages) : 328 illustrations, 291 illustrations in color.
- Engineering geology.
Food -- Biotechnology.
- Local subjects:
- Geoengineering, Foundations, Hydraulics. (search)
Forestry Management. (search)
Food Science. (search)
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- This book gathers the latest advances, innovations, and applications in the field of innovative biosystems engineering for sustainable agriculture, forestry and food production. Focusing on the challenges of implementing sustainability in various contexts in the fields of biosystems engineering, it shows how the research has addressed the sustainable use of renewable and non-renewable resources. It also presents possible solutions to help achieve sustainable production. The Mid-Term Conference of the Italian Association of Agricultural Engineering (AIIA) is part of a series of conferences, seminars and meetings that the AIIA organizes, together with other public and private stakeholders, to promote the creation and dissemination of new knowledge in the sector. The contributions included in the book were selected by means of a rigorous peer-review process, and offer an extensive and multidisciplinary overview of interesting solutions in the field of innovative biosystems engineering for sustainable agriculture.
- Chapter 1: Biodegradable geosynthetics for geotechnical and geo-environmental engineering
Chapter 2: A check of water drop impact effects on surface soil saturated hydraulic conductivity
Chapter 3: SIRR-MOD - A decision support system for identifying optimal irrigation water needs at field and district scale
Chapter 4: A theoretical approach to improve the applicability of the Catchment Connectivity Index
Chapter 5: Thermal Environment Inside Mechanically Ventilated Greenhouses: Results from a Long-Term Monitoring Campaign
Chapter 6: Heat fluxes in a green façade system: mathematical relations and an experimental case.
- Coppola, A. (Antonio), editor., Editor,
Di Renzo, Giovanni Carlo. editor., Editor,
Altieri, Giuseppe. editor., Editor,
D'Antonio, Paola. editor., Editor,
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- 10.1007/978-3-030-39299-4 doi
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