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Metallurgist

, Volume 59, Issue 9–10, pp 752–760 | Cite as

Synthesizing a System for Remote Energy Monitoring in Manufacturing

  • A. V. Kychkin
Article

The main problems encountered in the remote monitoring of energy use in metals production and other industries are identified. Such monitoring entails long-term observation of energy parameters along with production data, in addition to vectorial representation of the criteria chosen to assess energy use. A new approach is proposed to the synthesis of a web-oriented system based on theoretical-multivariate, parametric, and structural modeling of remote energy monitoring. The structure of the system is detailed by employing a modular multipurpose hardware-software complex that includes open interfaces, the original source code, and licenses for free dissemination of the software. Results are presented from the practical use of specialized elements of the remote energy monitoring system and the synthesized structure in accordance with the above-described approach. Also, a method is proposed for evaluating the effectiveness of the monitoring systems that are created.

Keywords

remote monitoring web-oriented system energy monitoring energy parameters energy monitoring system data acquisition elements OpenJEVis 

Notes

This study was performed to help fulfill the Grant No. MK-5279.2014.8 (Synthesis of Efficient Technologies for the Remote Monitoring and Control of the State of an Intelligent Electric-Power System with an Actively Adaptive Network) from the President of the Russian Federation in support of young Russian scientists and candidates of science,.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Perm National Research Polytechnic UniversityPermRussia

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