An energy-information model of industrial electrotechnical complexes
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An energy-information model of industrial electroctechnical complexes is proposed that consists of a sequence of two stages, i.e., development of models of individual elements and development of models of their interactions. The main feature of this approach is that the “extended” system of equations based on topological matrices contains all the necessary information on the technical state of the electric complexes. This information is understood as not only numerical values of the variables, but also as a system of data support to control the life cycle of the electrotechnical complex elements. Instead of the “classical” functional of the node voltage equations, use of a functional is suggested that contains more information on the technical state of the electrotechnical complex elements, not just rated values. “Saturation” of the matrices with the information is effected by expanding the dimensions of the matrices. This, on the one hand, enables matrices to be filled with zero elements and, on the other hand, allows automatic use of “extended” node voltage equations for express solution of individual problems related to the operation of electrotechnical-complex elements. The basis of the developed standard models of the electrotechnical elements is open and can be used for automated mathematical description of electrotechnical systems of complicated structures.
Keywordselectrotechnical complex life cycle energy-information model
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