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ArticleName Methodological framework for development of hardware and software packages for power supply analysis in mines
DOI 10.17580/gzh.2020.05.13
ArticleAuthor Lyakhomskiy A. V., Petrochenkov A. B., Luzyanin I. S.

NUST MISIS, Moscow, Russia:

A. V. Lyakhomskiy, Head of Chair, Professor, Doctor of Engineering Sciences
I. S. Luzyanin, Post-Graduate Student

Perm National Research Polytechnic University, Perm, Russia

A. B. Petrochenkov, Head of Chair, Candidate of Engineering Sciences,


The article discusses development of a hardware and software package for the integrated assessment of power supplies and working out of measures to enhance the power supply efficiency and reliability. The introduction of new performance adjustment and control methods requires modification of power supply at all scales. The modern analysis and optimization of power supply networks fails to solve the problem of integrated modernization of power grids, which necessitates the development of integrated software for such improvement. Despite the common operation principles and laws of control, power supply systems can vary enormously in their structure and functionality per mines. The structural differences lie in the different network topologies, number of basic and auxiliary elements and in their arrangement. The functional differences consist in the purpose and nature of load, and in the power supply operation features governed by a specific process maintained. The authors review the modern power supply analyses and algorithmic presentations, software requirements and the generalized structure of a hardware and software package. The core of the package is the computation module intended to analyze current configuration and synthesize an optimized configuration of a power supply system. Each module of the package should be designed individually, based on the simplest functions, by progressive expansion of the functions, which can considerably reduce expenses connected with the design, testing and debudging of the program product. Expandability and flexibility of the cell library in the hardware and software package are ensured by the object-oriented programming, in particular, using programming patterns. The computation module of the package is applicable to solving other functional problems of semirealistic modeling of power grid areas in mines.

keywords Mines, power supply system, hardware and software package, energy efficiency, reliability, design standards and generalized structure

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