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2022 ◽  
Vol 8 ◽  
pp. 684-690
Author(s):  
Teerawat Thepmanee ◽  
Amphawan Julsereewong ◽  
Sawai Pongswatd

2022 ◽  
Vol 253 ◽  
pp. 115159
Author(s):  
Dongdong Zhao ◽  
Lei Xia ◽  
Hanbin Dang ◽  
Zezhong Wu ◽  
Haiyan Li

2022 ◽  
Vol 8 (1) ◽  
pp. 7
Author(s):  
Salvador Ordóñez ◽  
Eva Díaz ◽  
Laura Faba

The development of a hydrogen-based economy is the perfect nexus between the need of discontinuing the use of fossil fuels (trying to mitigate climate change), the development of a system based on renewable energy (with the use of hydrogen allowing us to buffer the discontinuities produced in this generation) and the achievement of a local-based robust energy supply system [...]


2022 ◽  
Vol 1 (15) ◽  
pp. 22-28
Author(s):  
Igor' Golovanov ◽  
Alena Alekseeva ◽  
Vladimir Proskuryakov ◽  
Roman Samchuk

Electrical circuits of reactive power compensation on the basis of thyristor control circuits in the power supply system of oil refineries are considered. The main advantages, advantages over traditional reactive power compensation systems and directions of introduction into the power supply system of modern production are formulated.


2022 ◽  
Vol 1 (15) ◽  
pp. 12-14
Author(s):  
Dmitriy Babich ◽  
Valeriy Sartakov

Structuring of the undergraduate program block related to the practical training traversed by students at electric power enterprises in the light of a new vision for the training of a modern engineer using the Moodle distance learning system and modern case study methodology is considered.


2022 ◽  
Vol 1 (15) ◽  
pp. 8-11
Author(s):  
Oleg Arsent'ev ◽  
Yuliya Shalashova ◽  
Denis Zaycev

The features of power supply for oil and gas enterprises, the design, features of the operation of gas turbine plants, methods of organizing a power supply system with elements of its own generation are considered, an autonomous power system with the organization of a direct cur-rent link has been developed to ensure stable operation of gas turbine units operating in paral-lel.


Author(s):  
Yu. N. Bulatov ◽  
A. V. Kryukov ◽  
K. V. Suslov

THE PURPOSE. Investigation of the operating modes of an isolated power supply system with controlled distributed generation plants, energy storage units and a drive load. Determination of the influence of the proposed prognostic controller of a distributed generation plant on the control parameters and quality indicators of the control process under various operating modes of an isolated power supply system.METHODS. The studies were carried out on a computer model of an isolated power supply system of an industrial enterprise with a turbine generator plant, a wind generator plant and a high-power electric storage unit, for which a fuzzy control system and a prognostic controller were used. The simulation was performed in MATLAB using Simulink and SimPowerSystems packages.RESULTS. The article describes a computer model of an isolated power supply system, as well as a structural diagram of the proposed autoprognostic speed controller. The simulation results showed that the combined use of an energy storage unit and an auto-prognostic generator rotor speed controller makes it possible to ensure the stability and survivability of an isolated power supply system, increasing its damping properties. The use of a fuzzy control system of a wind-generating plant made it possible to ensure its stable operation in all considered modes.CONCLUSION. The auto-prognostic speed controller, which does not require special settings, and the energy storage unit provide high quality control indicators in normal and emergency modes. It is advisable to conduct further studies to coordinate the actions of the control system of the electric energy storage unit and the auto-prognostic speed controller of the distributed generation plant.


Energies ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 15 (1) ◽  
pp. 310
Author(s):  
Martyna Świętochowska ◽  
Izabela Bartkowska

Water supply pumping stations are among the main energy-consuming elements in the water supply system. The energy optimization of a pumping station can significantly affect the energy consumption of a water utility. This article deals with the energy optimization of water pumping stations. The work assumes several variants of optimization of water supply pumping stations through changes in the water supply system, pressure changes in the pumping station, and modification of the number of pumps. After analyzing the network, conducting field tests, and creating a model of the water supply network, the network was calibrated in order to reproduce the existing water network as accurately as possible. Then, a variant analysis was performed, and the best optimization method for the pumping station was selected. In two variants, there was a decrease in electricity consumption; in three there, was an increase; in one, there was no change. By connecting the DMA zones and modifying the pressure in the pumping station, the energy consumption of the pumping stations was reduced. On this basis, it was found that it is possible to optimize the water pumping station by modifying the pumping station and work related to the network layout.


2022 ◽  
Vol 962 (1) ◽  
pp. 012057
Author(s):  
V S Salikhov

Abstract The socio-ecological problem of the Torey Lakes, a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site, which arose in connection with the construction of a dam on the Uldza River, which began by Mongolia, which is the main ground feeding artery of the lakes, is considered. An option is proposed to save the lakes on our own, by laying a water supply system with a length of about 40 km. from Onon River, with the preliminary construction of a reservoir here due to the confluence of the channels of the old, middle and new Onon, as well as options for groundwater budding. Examples of the transfer of river waters carried out in different regions are given.


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