DEVELOPMENT OF AN AUTOMATED DIAGNOSTICS AND CONTROL SYSTEM FOR BIOGAS COMBUSTION PROCESSES
The article shows the ecological and economic efficiency of biogas. Depending on the complexity of the tasks, the mathematical model could describe the research process with varying degrees of accuracy. Thus, numerical simulation should be combined with experimental research to compare and assess the validity of the model. Below is presented, a mathematical model of combustion of biogas. Then, based on the results of pilot studies to validate the mathematical model, a numerical simulation of the combustion of biogas. Process for the combustion of biogas is a complex process of their heterogeneous and homogenous combustion. The model of combustion process of extreme management not good can improve energy performance by maintaining the optimum cop value. Proved by simulation model of extreme management efficiency in changing signal assignments, the maintenance efficiency of the boiler is on a level with the specified accuracy.
biogas; mathematical model; distributed system; optimal control; integration; waste; gasification of fuels
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