Power Engineering, Control and Information Technologies in Geotechnical Systems
Efficient and rational use of energy is one of the main challenges at present to develop a sustainable society. Long-term economic growth is only possible with the application of technological improvements in the use of energy. This book is discussing geotechnical systems with large potential for enhancing energy efficiency. Modern manufacturing processes are complex and make ever increasing demands on the use of energy. This work involves multidisciplinary collaboration and research on aspects of energy use in geotechnical systems. The work provides many practical examples and illustrative material and it effectively connects theoretical and practical aspects of efficiency improvement of geotechnical systems. Benefiting from authors’ extensive experience in industry and academia it brings together comprehensive technical information on reducing energy consumption. It provides valuable information covering operation of mine equipment and installations and features some topics never previously published in geotechnical courses.
The book is appropriate for students, researches, professionals and teachers interested in geotechnical systems and improving its efficiency.
Field of knowledge – energy efficiency of geotechnical systems
Table of Contents
Traction and energy characteristics of no-contact electric mining locomotives with AC current thyristor converters – G. Pivnyak, M. Rogoza, Yu. Papaika & A. Lysenko
Universal model of the galvanic battery as a tool for calculations of electric vehicles – O. Beshta, A. Albu, A. Balakhontsev & V. Fedoreyko
Binarization algorithm of rock photo images on inhomogeneous background - P. Pilov, M. Alekseyev & I. Udovik
Compensation of the cogging torque by means of control system for transverse flux motor – E. Nolle, O. Beshta & M. Kuvaiev
Control of tandem-type two-wheel vehicle at various notion modes along spatial curved lay of line – O. Beshta, V. Kravets, К. Bas, Т. Kravets & L. Tokar
Independent power supply of menage objects based on biosolid oxide fuel systems – O. Beshta, V. Fedoreyko, A. Palchyk & N. Burega
The use of asymmetric power supply during the procedure of equivalent circuit parameters identification of squirrel-cage induction motor – O. Beshta & A. Semin
Underground metal pipeline which contains insulating elements and is under the influence of ac current – A. Aziukovskyi
Energy indexes of modern skip lifting plants of coal mines – Yu. Razumniy & A. Rukhlov
Informational and methodological support for energy efficiency control – N. Dreshpak & S. Vypanasenko
Implementation of the insulation resistance control method for high-voltage grids of coal mines – F. Sckrabets & A. Ostapchuk
Comparative analysis of methods for estimating the hurst acoustic signal whenever feed rate control in jet mills provided – M. Alekseyev & L. Berdnik
Automatic control of coal shearer providing effective use of installed power – V. Tkachev, N. Stadnik & A. Bublikov
Self-regulation of loading efficiency of a screw of a cutter-loader with controlled cutting drive – V. Tkachov, А. Bublikov & L. Tokar
Pivnyak Gennadiy Grigoryevich (1940) graduated from Dnepropetrovsk Mining Institute in 1963 (nowadays "National Mining University") with a specialization in Engineering Electromechanics. He has been affiliated with the NMU since 1963: Rector (1982), and Head of the Electric Power Supply Systems Department (1976). In 1967 he was awarded Candidate of the Technical Sciences degree, and Doctor of Technical Sciences in 1981. He is a prominent scientist in the field of power engineering. Being the founder of scientific school of mining and metallurgical power engineering, he developed general theory, design concept and synthetic procedures of powerful systems of electromagnetic transmission of overfrequency energy. His fundamental research helped to implement the latest electrotechnics for mining and metallurgical industry and machine-building industry, supply equipment for electric drive, transport and equipment with specific load.