Models of the Computer Intellectualization Optimal Strategy of the Power Supply Fast-Flowing Technological Processes of the Railways Traction Substations

https://doi.org/10.26552/com.C.2021.2.C30-C36

  • Aleksander Stasiuk
  • Valeriy Kuznetsov
  • Lidia Goncharova
  • Petro Hubskyi
Keywords: differential mathematical models, optimal strategy, intellectualization, power supply, optimization, minimax principle

Abstract

Based on analysis of the problem of the power supply networks of railways innovative transformation, the direction of research is substantiated related to organization of the optimal strategy of computerized intellectualization of the power supply processes to the railways traction substations. The logical structure of a distributed computer environment developed in the form of graph, which adequately reflects the topology of the organization of the power supply system. A differential mathematical model of the computer architecture of the power supply control is proposed. An intelligent method for finding the optimal strategy for the intellectualization of the power supply processes was proposed to guarantee the specified indicators of the optimal functioning of individual nodes and segments of the power supply management computer network.

Author Biographies

Aleksander Stasiuk

Automation and Computer - Integrated Technologies of Transport Department, State University of Infrastructure and Technologies, Kyiv, Ukraine

Valeriy Kuznetsov

Electric Power Department, Railway Research Institute, Warsaw, Poland

Lidia Goncharova

Automation and Computer - Integrated Technologies of Transport Department, State University of Infrastructure and Technologies, Kyiv, Ukraine

Petro Hubskyi

Electric Power Department, Railway Research Institute, Warsaw, Poland

Published
2021-04-01
How to Cite
Aleksander Stasiuk, Valeriy Kuznetsov, Lidia Goncharova, & Petro Hubskyi. (2021). Models of the Computer Intellectualization Optimal Strategy of the Power Supply Fast-Flowing Technological Processes of the Railways Traction Substations. Communications - Scientific Letters of the University of Zilina, 23(2), C30-C36. https://doi.org/10.26552/com.C.2021.2.C30-C36
Section
Electrical Engineering in Transport