Hydrotechnical Construction

, Volume 29, Issue 8, pp 446–452 | Cite as

Principles of constructing a standard distributed hydrostation process control system

  • M. G. Tyagunov
  • N. A. Sobolenko
Reconstruction of Turbine Equipment at Hydroelectric Stations
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Conclusions

An evaluation of the effectiveness of standardizing the algorithmic structure of a hydrostation PCS was obtained with the practical use of the works described above. The use of standard models of elements made it possible to shorten the time of developing and analyzing variants of the technical structure of the PCS of the Boguchany hydrostation by six times, to accelerate processing data on the regimes of the Kureika hydrostation by more than 20 times, and to increase the soundness and intepretability of decisions about the technical state of hydraulic structures and selection of the regime of the Sayano-Shushenskoe hydrostation.

The experience of using the method of structural—functional modeling for designing a hydrostation PCS shows that structural—functional modeling of hydropower facilities gives a guaranteed possibility of element-by-element modeling of a hydrostation PCS, making it possible to construct a functionally complete, consistent, and economical structure of a system controlling both hydropower and other technical controlled objects.

Keywords

Hydraulic Structure Process Control System Hydroelectric Station Virtual Processor Moscow Power Institute 

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  • N. A. Sobolenko

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