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|Title:||Designing of distributed systems of hydrolithosphere processes parameters control for the efficient extraction of hydromineral raw materials|
|Authors:||Pershin, I. M.|
Першин, И. М.
Tsapleva, V. V.
Цаплева, В. В.
|Keywords:||Identification (control systems);Research laboratories;Aquifers;Control system synthesis;Distributed computer systems;Distributed database systems;Distributed parameter control systems;Process control|
|Publisher:||IOP Publishing Ltd|
|Citation:||Pershin, I.M., Kukharova, T.V., Tsapleva, V.V. Designing of distributed systems of hydrolithosphere processes parameters control for the efficient extraction of hydromineral raw materials // Journal of Physics: Conference Series. - 2021. - Volume 1728. - Issue 1. - Номер статьи 012017|
|Series/Report no.:||Journal of Physics: Conference Series|
|Abstract:||Using methods developed for systems with distributed parameters allows us to optimize processes of hydromineral raw materials production in practice. In accordance with the theory of distributed systems, formation of control actions on each well of a complex of production wells requires taking into account a state of the entire complex of wells, which ensures better dynamics and accuracy of a control process. The methodology of constructing distributed control systems for controlling the entire complex of wells involves the use of dynamic and static characteristics of an exploited aquifer. In this connection, a problem of mathematical description (identification) of the processesunder consideration arises, which can be realized, for example, using the methods and formulas of Theis-Jacob. Using the Theis-Jacob formulas for the identification of the processes under consideration assumes an availability of information about parameters of hydrolytosphere processes (piezoelectric conductivity, overflow coefficients, etc.). The calculation of the considered parameters is arather laborious task. The article proposes a methodology for constructing approximation models of the processes under consideration based on experimental studies using 2 wells of a field. Based on the obtained approximation model, a synthesis of the system for the hydrolytosphere processes parameters control was implemented|
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