Temperature Alarm Model of Fresh Grapes in Refrigerated Carriage

  • Rui Luo
  • Zihong ZhangEmail author
  • Wei Xiong
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering book series (LNEE, volume 551)


Traditional monitoring of refrigerated compartments only monitors temperature and humidity in real time. When the temperature exceeds the critical range, the system sends out alarm information. This method has no function of predicting the temperature of refrigerated compartments environment. This paper mainly studies the early warning method based on statistical process control theory to ensure the safety of fresh grapes in the cold chain transportation process, and the paper set a concern mode between the normal mode and the alarm mode, and the alarm information is pre-judged to improve the accuracy of alarm, which provides a reference for the environmental safety of refrigerated vehicles.


Fresh grape Cold chain transportation Alarm model Temperature monitoring Slip differential 



The research was supported by scientific research fund of the Yunnan Provincial Education Department. No. 2018JS476.


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Honghe UniversityMengziChina

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