Micro Alzara para un huerto docente de un campus universitario. Proyecto MAHDUMA.
García Ceballos, Luz
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MAHDUMA is a multidisciplinary project involving students, professors-researchers (PDI) from the Faculty of Sciences and from the School of Industrial Engineering, Administration and Services Staff (PAS) and volunteers from the University of Malaga with the aim of managing an orchard teacher of olive trees within its campus and design a Micro-Almazara to take advantage of the resources (olives) that it generates. This project comes from contemplating how each year these olive trees threw their fruits, wasting a resource that can be transformed into oil. At the engineering level, the project involves developing the necessary machinery to process a limited but significant amount of fruit and conditioning of the building where it would be implemented. At the teaching level, the project aims to show the design and implementation of an industrial facility, thus bringing students to the technical knowledge in the field of primary sector. The work of the students is structured through Final Degree Projects (TFGs) and Final Master Projects (TFMs). This work is integrated into the strategic line of action of the Vice-rectorate of Smart-Campus (I Own Plan) of the UMA providing measures for the reduction, recycling and reuse of waste and promoting teaching and innovation in sustainability.
- CIDIP 2019 (Málaga)