Propuesta de implantación de invernadero de secado de café con cubierta parabólica y estructura modular adaptada

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Bryan Briceño-Martínez https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9428-3341
Jairo Castillo-Calderón https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5321-4518
Rubén Carrión-Jaura https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2068-6882
Diego Díaz-Sinche https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4910-7151

Keywords

ingeniería inversa, diseño, marquesina, manufactura, parabólica, Statgraphics

Resumen

El presente trabajo propone un invernadero destinado al secado de café formado por una cubierta solar parabólica y estructura modular adaptada. Se inició a través de un levantamiento planimétrico elaborado por diferentes softwares de ingeniería y arquitectura como: SolidWorks y Revit Architecture. Para el experimento se utilizó principios de ingeniería inversa, tomando como base, una estructura ya existente para desarrollar un modelo de acople modular, con el fin de establecer interacciones entre mecanismos y estructura. El estudio demostró que el diseño de los acoples de armado, facilitan su movilización, reducen costos y permiten la aplicación de materiales accesibles para el secador parabólico solar (marquesina), adicionalmente se presentan curvas de secado de café en un secador solar tipo parabólico y su tiempo representados en Statgraphics. El resultado del modelo con acoples de armado modular se asoció correctamente con resultados experimentales existentes, permitiendo realizar comparaciones entre tiempo y eficiencia del secado de café.
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