APPLICATION OF THE METHOD FOR MODELING PRECEDENTS FOR MONITORING THE ENERGY STATE OF TECHNOLOGICAL EQUIPMENT

B.M. Pleskach, Cand. Sc. (Eng.),
Pukhov Institute for Problems in Electrical Engineering, NAS of Ukraine, 15 General Naumov St, Kyiv, 03164, Ukraine, Е-mail: energy@ipme.kiev.ua)

Èlektron. model. 2018, 40(4):95-106
https://doi.org/10.15407/emodel.40.04.095

ABSTRACT

The urgent problem of operative monitoring and diagnostics of the energy state of industrial and communal facilities, based on the methods of artificial intelligence, has been considered. A way of modeling the energy consumption of process equipment is described, it is based on the analysis and reasoning using energy consumption precedent models. The advisability of using the theory of precedents for operational monitoring of the energy state and diagnostics of production equip- ment is reflected. The methodology for the formation, separation and adaptation of energy consumption precedents, the scheme of the functioning of the case-law expert system that is part of the operational monitoring system for technological equipment is presented.

KEYWORDS

energy monitoring, energy efficiency, modeling of precedents, diagnosis of energy status, expert system.

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