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2013 (Vol. 5, Issue: 12)
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Effect of Wind-solar Complementary Increasing Oxygen System in Aquaculture

Guodong You, Shuying Lei, Jisheng Li, Yong Hou and Shangwen Cui
Corresponding Author:  Guodong You 

Key words:  Aquiculture, energy saving, , increasing oxygen, wind and solar complementary electricity generating, , ,
Vol. 5 , (12): 1652-1659
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September 04, 2013 September 18, 2013 December 05, 2013
Abstract:

In order to explore a sustainable aquaculture methodology, water was increased oxygen by a wind-solar power which was tested in a production period of the Penaeus vannamei in paper. The result shows that, compareing with the conventional aerating comparison, the system could improve water environment in ponds and dissolved oxygen, temperature, pH value and the content of nitrite stably and uniformly change; make full use of wind energy and solar energy clean energy, save 100% on power consumption, 15.9% on bait, 46.0% on drug; save aquaculture costs, increase income 282%. Using "Wind-solar" complementary increasing oxygen can improve water environment, save power, reduce aquaculture costs, increase aquaculture production and income, provide a new thought and method for green and ecological aquaculture, so it has high value of practical application.
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Guodong You, Shuying Lei, Jisheng Li, Yong Hou and Shangwen Cui, 2013. Effect of Wind-solar Complementary Increasing Oxygen System in Aquaculture.  Advance Journal of Food Science and Technology, 5(12): 1652-1659.
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