Thailand – Aquaponics Project

Our collaboration with the Zion Children’s home near Chiang Mai began in December 2015 when Mr. Bob Ho called ESW’s faculty advisor, Phillip Thompson. By December 2016, after a few design iterations and two raffle fundraisers, the ESW team was ready to visit the orphanage for 45 children and continue construction on the 30,000 liter aquaponics facility.

Elizabeth Simon (BSCE ’18) and Erin Youell (BSME ’17) completed the construction of the piping network for four, 2500 liter fish tanks. They also worked with a group of engineering students from Chiang Mai University to setup a testing loop for the Mitsubishi pump (Model SSP-405S.15) that will operate continuously for the coming years. Click here to watch Mr. Ho’s tour during hydraulic testing.

In July 2017, Liam Geisler (BSME ’19), Kasi Gaarenstroom (BSES ’18) and  Brooke Galberth (BSES ’18) installed Raspberry Pi-controlled sensors for real-time measurement of pH, temperature and dissolved oxygen.

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