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Volume 329, 2020International Conference on Modern Trends in Manufacturing Technologies and Equipment: Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science (ICMTMTE 2020)
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|Published online||26 November 2020|
A discrete control algorithm synthesis for the live-steam-line heating system
1 Bauman Moscow state technical University, IUK department, 248000 Bazhenova st., 2, Kaluga, Russia
2 OJSC Kaluga turbine works, Designer Department, 248010 Moskovskaya st., 241k1, Kaluga, Russia
3 Russian agrarian University – Moscow state agricultural Academy named after K. A. Timiryazev, Study Department, 248007 Vishnevskogo st., 27, Kaluga, Russia
4 State Autonomous professional educational institution “Kaluga technical College», Administration, 248009 Grabcevskoye hw., 126, Kaluga, Russia
5 Don State Technical University, magistracy, 344000 Gagarin square, 1, Rostov-on-Don, Russia
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
An original mathematic model of a main live-steam-line heating system for the 6 MW turbine is reviewed. The present model is composed from a system of ODE with divergences and constant coefficients, along with an object structure is shown, numerical values of parameters are determined. The transfer function method is used for the model analysis, which is necessary for the main problem resolving. It consists of a discrete control algorithm construction to provide an appropriate heat transition process of an aperiodic type with quality performance required. The con- trol algorithm is based on the functional minimization condition, which is used here as the minimum energy speed up the process. The gradient method and etalon-model method are also used to get an optimal system stage. Due to methods applied, a main variable parameter influence on a system performance is analyzed, optimal adjustment value is retrieved, which allows you to provide the required quality for the heating system performance in all operating modes.
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