International Journal of Electrical, Electronics and Data Communication (IJEEDC)
eISSN:2320-2084 , pISSN:2321-2950
.
Follow Us On :
current issue
Volume-9,Issue-11  ( Nov, 2021 )
ARCHIVES
  1. Volume-9,Issue-10  ( Oct, 2021 )
  2. Volume-9,Issue-9  ( Sep, 2021 )
  3. Volume-9,Issue-8  ( Aug, 2021 )

Statistics report
Jan. 2022
Submitted Papers : 80
Accepted Papers : 10
Rejected Papers : 70
Acc. Perc : 12%
Issue Published : 107
Paper Published : 1532
No. of Authors : 4161
  Journal Paper


Paper Title :
Advances in the Development of ad HOC Instrumentation towards Improving Irrigation Practices in Michoacán, México: Validation of Electrical Impedance Measurements

Author :Jose Antonio Gutierrez-Gnecchi, Wuqiang Yang, Enrique Reyes-Archundia, Adriana Del Carmen Tellez-Anguiano, Arturo Mendez-Patino, Agustin Cruz-Padilla

Article Citation :Jose Antonio Gutierrez-Gnecchi ,Wuqiang Yang ,Enrique Reyes-Archundia ,Adriana Del Carmen Tellez-Anguiano ,Arturo Mendez-Patino ,Agustin Cruz-Padilla , (2018 ) " Advances in the Development of ad HOC Instrumentation towards Improving Irrigation Practices in Michoacán, México: Validation of Electrical Impedance Measurements " , International Journal of Electrical, Electronics and Data Communication (IJEEDC) , pp. 46-49, Volume-6,Issue-1

Abstract : One of the key factors that influence adequate water management in irrigation districts is accurate knowledge of soil hydraulic conductivity properties. Although there are many commercial devices available for measurement of soil water content, it is common to find in developing countries that irrigation practices lack technification and planning based of specific soil data.The authors present advances of an international initiative to develop ad hoc, versatile soil moisture instrumentation directed towards optimizing water resources. The initiative identifies electrical impedance measurements as a suitable candidate for implementing soil moisture sensing instrumentation that can also be used for modelling soil hydraulic conductivity properties for optimizing water resources.This paper focuses onthe results of comparing the electrical impedance data with gravimetric and time domain reflectometry (TDR) data on a laboratory setup. The quantitative results indicate that using electrical impedance measurements can be used to infer soil water content, in agreement with TDR measurements. Index Terms - Irrigation efficiency, soil moisture, instrumentation, water resources management.

Type : Research paper

Published : Volume-6,Issue-1


DOIONLINE NO - IJEEDC-IRAJ-DOIONLINE-10653   View Here

Copyright: © Institute of Research and Journals

| PDF |
Viewed - 82
| Published on 2018-03-22
   
   
IRAJ Other Journals
IJEEDC updates
Volume-9,Issue-2(Feb,2021) Want to join us ? CLick here http://ijeedc.iraj.in/join_editorial_board.php
The Conference World

JOURNAL SUPPORTED BY

ADDRESS

Technical Editor, IJEEDC
Department of Journal and Publication
Plot no. 30, Dharma Vihar,
Khandagiri, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India, 751030
Mob/Whatsapp: +91-9040435740