Development of a Set of Applications for Intelligent Control System of Compressor Facilities at an Industrial Enterprise
A mathematical model for determining the power of reciprocating compressors used in the production of low pressure compressed air in industrial enterprises has been set up. Simulation experiments have confirmed the adequacy of the developed mathematical support. For the practical application of the research results in intelligent control systems of compression facilities on the basis of the proposed model a set of applications has been created, which allows to minimize the power consumption for production and distribution of compressed air.
KeywordsIntelligent control system Compressor facilities The AIR complex of application programs
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