Modeling elements of energy systems for thermal energy transportation
Abstract. Heating industrial facilities and the residential sector in recent years is the economic and technical challenge. It has been noted that the efficiency of the heat generating equipment depends not only on its sophistication, fuel type, but also on work of the distributing network taking into account the thermal, hydraulic losses, characteristics and modes of use of heating objects – buildings and technological processes. Possibility of supplying maximum heat flow from the heating system considering mismatch of highs and types of resources consumed from individual consumers should be provided by the right choice of energy equipment set, as well as bandwidth of transport systems and possibility of its regulation. It is important not just to configure the system to work effectively in the current mode (usually at the maximum load), but in the entire load range, as the calculated mode often takes a relatively small portion of the operating time. Thus, the efficiency of heating systems is largely determined by the method used for its control, including the possibility of regulating the main units and elements of the system. The paper considers the factors affecting the system efficiency. Mathematical models of the system elements allowing adjust the amount of released heat energy for consumers have been presented. Separately the mathematical model of the control system of electric drive vehicles used in the system has been considered and implemented.
Printed reference: Modeling elements of energy systems for thermal energy transportation / A. Shurygin, E. Avdyunin, V. Malyshev, M. Shurygin // Vestnik of MSTU. 2016. V. 19, No 4. P. 753-758.
Electronic reference: Modeling elements of energy systems for thermal energy transportation / A. Shurygin, E. Avdyunin, V. Malyshev, M. Shurygin // Vestnik of MSTU. 2016. V. 19, No 4. P. 753-758. URL: http://vestnik.mstu.edu.ru/v19_4_n68/9_Shurigin_753_758.pdf.