عنوان مقاله [English]
Pressurized irrigation systems using water, soil and plants parameters are designed. The successful design of these systems depends on many factors such as climatic conditions, water quality, topography, soil characteristics, crop and socio-cultural conditions. This research was carried out in Ardebil plain with an approximate area of 121000 hectares for potential land use for different irrigation systems. In this research, to determine the potential of land, at first, the effect of different factors was evaluated using integer numbers (+3) to (-3) in seven grades. In the following, used a hierarchical analysis process by the Expert Choice software. The weights obtained for each parameter, using overlapping functions in the ArcGIS were become converted to map. By using overlap method of different maps for each irrigation method, the potential of this irrigation method for the plain was calculated and zoned. The results showed that about 72 percent of plain lands for surface irrigation, 59 percent for sprinkler irrigation, 45 percent for drip irrigation, and 32.5 percent for center pivot system were suitable. Also, the results showed that the most important limiting factors were availability of irrigation systems including topography, water quality and total water availability. On the other hand, based on the results of this research, in the north and northwest of Ardebil plain, chlorine and sodium ions are factors limiting the effect of sprinkler irrigation, and salinity limits the drip irrigation system.