The Control of the Pumping Complex Electric Drive in Non-Steady Operation States

Mykhaylo V. Zagirnyak, Tetyana V. Korenkova, Oleksandr O. Serdiuk, Oleksii M. Kravets and Viktoriya G. Kovalchuk
Kremenchuk Mykhailo Ostrohradskyi National University, Kremenchuk, Ukraine

Series: Electrical Engineering Developments
BISAC: TEC007000

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Modern pumping complexes (PC) represent complicated power-consuming technological systems including one or several pumping units (PU) operating in parallel for the common manifold, a network of pipelines with the installed stop-control and safety valves. The presented monograph contains theoretical and experimental research on the improvement of energy efficiency and reliability of PC functioning with the use of the fundamental postulates of the classical theory of electrical engineering, hydrodynamics, electric drive, the methods of finite elements, approximation and optimization, and the theory of Fourier series.
(Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Abbreviations

Main Symbols

Chapter 1. The Characteristic of the Non-Steady States of the Pumping Complex Operation

Chapter 2. Working Out the Models of a Pumping Complex with a Variable-Frequency Electric Drive at the Development of Non-Steady Processes in the Pipeline Network

Chapter 3. The Methods and Principles of Making the Control Systems of the Electric Drive of the Pumping Complex in Non-Steady Operation States

Chapter 4. The Identification of the Pumping Complex Parameters in Non-Steady Operation States

Chapter 5. Working Out the Systems of the Automatic Control of the Pumping Complex Electric Drive at the Development of the Non-Steady Processes in the Hydronetwork

Chapter 6. Experimental Research

Conclusion

References

Appendices

About the Authors

Index

Andriy Malyar, Lviv Polytechnic National University, Lviv, Ukraine - To read the review, click here.

Keywords: automatic control system, active dissipator of energy, air turbine, consumer, coupling device, control device, control system, check valve, device for automation bleeding of the air, electric drive, electromechanical device for the control of cavitation processes, electric generator, electric machine, emergency recovery work, electromechanical system of the decrease of dynamic loads, frequency converter, induction motor, logic controller, pump, pumping complex, pumping plant, pressure sensor, pumping station, pumping unit, receiver, stopcock

The monograph can be useful for engineers dealing with design of electromechanical equipment, as well as professors, Ph.D. students and undergraduates engaged in teaching and studying electromechanical subjects.

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