Abstract Detail

Tropical Biology

Xiong, XiangWen [1], Wu, Mingzi [2].

Evaluation of a Delightful Ecological & Energized Module for Global Public Green by Tropical Plant.

Most tropical plants are elsewhere growing in a controlled environment like the greenhouses, the laboratories, and indoors. The tropical climate is hot and sunny. Contrary to what you might expect, most tropical pleasing understory plants, such as mosses, orchids, and tropical cacti, receive very little sunlight and should be located in shadier environments without direct sunlight. This gives us an approach to get both global public green and clean energy by an ecological & energized modularized system.
The system contains numerous ecological & energized multilayer modules, in which most area on the transparent top is covered with thin-film solar cells, etc. The solar cells are using for producing cleaner power and avoiding sun exposure to the plants in the multilayer modules. The modules have a manipulated watering system with fine-tuned temperature and humidity compensation mechanism. For particular areas, the additional capabilities of the manipulated watering system are cooling the upper surface in hot weather and melting snow and ice in the ultra-low cold to ensure safety and operation for the people and protecting weakness, such as the elders, children, and patients. The modules and the system are very hard and easy-to-make. With specialized connections, they are typically laid on roofs, indoor and outdoor, and almost all the non-roof public areas, such as freeway, road, street, Avenue, pedestrian zone, sidewalk, plaza, courtyard, and corridor, etc. Furthermore, the system will be integrated into urban weather forecast, temperature & heat distribution remote sensing system, and regional greening systems, etc. Such the professionally optimized parameters will have obvious benefits for the growth of plants. Importantly, by such the system, the discrete traditional green infrastructures of parks, green space, will be fully connected without habitat fragmentation for human beings and all creatures. The results proved excellent in several contrastive experiments. A partial test and simulation for a specific cooler townlet show that mosses in the modules are growing well. From the angle of the size, color, and texture of plant material, the number of leaves of the plant was more; the plant height at maturity was taller; the color of most growing plants was not expressively different. Incidentally, technical indicators and measured parameters, such as spatial arrangement, air quality, increasing greening rate, improving air humidity will be provided.
More our measurements and data analysis will aim to further huge technological superiority and good prospects for genetic modification, optimizing variety, ecological improvement, climate challenges, and green energy.

1 - International WYNNBEAR Advanced Innovation, SFO, CA, 94105
2 - International WYNNBEAR Advanced Innovation, China/US, Guangzhou, 510000

Global Public Green
Tropical Plant
ecological multilayer module
energized multilayer module
plant material.

Presentation Type: Poster
Session: P, Tropical Biology Posters
Location: Virtual/Virtual
Date: Thursday, July 30th, 2020
Time: 5:00 PM Time and date to be determined
Number: PTB002
Abstract ID:460
Candidate for Awards:None

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