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Estimation Model of the Change in Dairy Leaf Surface Temperature Using Scaling Technique
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Estimation Model of the Change in Dairy Leaf Surface Temperature Using Scaling Technique
Eom, Ki-Cheol; Eom, Ho-Yong;
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 Abstract
This study was conducted to develop a model to estimate crop leaf surface temperature. The results were as following; A definition for the daily time based on elapsed time from the midnight (00:00) as "E&E time" with the unit of Kmin. was suggested. The model to estimate the scaled temperature () of crop leaf surface temperature by scale factor () according to the "E&E time : Kmin."(X) was developed as eq. (1) $T^*e
 Keywords
Leaf surface temperature;Scaling technique;Relative sensitivity;
 Language
Korean
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