Improved knowledge in the field of technical objects operation and control helps manufacturers to decrease energy consumption and keep construction costs low. Moreover, it helps dealing effectively with environmental problems and switching to renewable forms of energy on the path of sustainable development of the society. The methods and technologies presented in this book will allow to improve the effectiveness of technical objects control and helps achieving safe, economical, high-quality usage of power engineering and information technologies.
The book presents recent advances in power engineering, electric drives, transport systems, power electronics, cybersecurity and others. Vital issues of innovative small vehicles with using hydrogen fuel as well as boring rigs and underwater hydraulic transport pipelines are considered.
The book offers a fresh look at energy-saving and energy efficiency in industry, new ideas in information technologies, paying much attention to interdisciplinary specification of the results obtained.
Table of Contents
Elements of quaternionic matrices calculation and some applications in vector algebra and kinematics
G. Pivnyak, V. Kravets, K. Bas, T. Kravets & L. Tokar
Computer analysis of photobiological utilizer parameters of solid oxide fuel cells emissions
O. Beshta, V. Fedoreyko, A. Palchyk, N. Burega & R. Sipravskyy
The submission backward trigonometrically functions as periodical functions
O. Aziukovskyi, A. Golovchenko
Peculiarities of experimental data reading for DC power supply of the stator in the problem of parameters identification of induction motor equivalent circuit
O. Beshta, A. Siomin
Estimation of electromagnetic compatibility of traction frequency converters for mine transport
М. Rogoza, Yu. Papaika, А. Lysenko & L. Tokar
The development of electric alkaline electrochemical fuel cell hybrid system
W. Czarnetzki, S. Sevruk, W. Schneider, Yu. Khatskevych, K. Pushkin, I. Lutsenko & A. Rukhlov
Reactive power and reliability of power supply systems
I. Zhezhelenko, Yu. Papaika
Multidimensional simulation of speed controlled induction electric drives with matching reducers and transformers
V. Petrushin, V. Vodichev, А. Boyko & R. Yenoktaiev
A promising approach to the identification and classification of steadystate operation of an iron-ore dressing section
I. Kuvaiev, I. Mladetsky & M. Oriol
The mutliphysical processes at strong electric field disturbance by different water micro-inclusions in XLPE insulation
Energy efficiency optimization of underground electricpower networks
V. Trifonov, D. Trifonov, O. Kovalev, I. Koltsov & V. Berdnyk
Electrical drives automated control systems of open-mine roller-cone drilling rigs
Information technology of multi-criteria quality evaluation and increase of the clustering results sustainability
O. Baybuz, M. Sidorova & A. Polonska
Preprocessing of digital image for compression in JPEG
O. Narimanova, K. Tryfonova, A. Аgadzhanyan, V. Hnatushenko
The new computational schemes for time series change-point risk estimation and their usage in the foreign exchange market trading
O. Lutsenko, O.Baybuz
Improved algorithm for detecting and removing shadows in multichannel satellite images with high information content
V. Hnatushenko, O. Kavats & Yu. Kavats
The statistical method of effective data structures designing for particular software and hardware environments
V. Shynkarenko, H. Zabula & D. Petin
The representative of national problems in the field of cybersecurity
Y. Kovalova, T. Babenko
The estimation of traffic descriptions in the information telecommunication networks
The methods and algorithms for solving multi-stage locationallocation problem
S. Us, O. Stanina
Mathematical modeling of electric conductivity of dense and fluidized beds
M. Gubinskyi, S. Fiodorov, Ye. Kremniova, O. Gogotsi & T. Vvedenska
Application of information technology for decrease of fine grinding power сonsumption
The algorithm of automatic lump material`s granulometric composition monitoring
I. Udovik, S. Matsyuk & V. Kornienko
The distribution of energy consumption in wireless networks to anycast protocol
The mathematic model of the 3D generalized Neumann boundary problem for the rotating empty cylinder
Small amount of random fluctuations of the underwater hydraulic transport pipeline
V. Kozlov, I. Gulina, I. Shedlovsky & V. Gubkina
Optimal control of underground conveyor transport system in coal mines
Fractal analysis for forecasting chemical composition of cast iron
O. Gusev, V. Kornienko, O. Gerasina & O. Aleksieiev
The continuous problems of the optimal multiplex partitioning an application of sets
L. Koriashkina, A. Cherevatenko & O. Mykhalova
Automation of mine-type dryer at the enterprises engaged in grain storage and processing
S. Tkachenko, D. Beshta & М. Prosianik
System of automated control of traffic flow in the context of direct route and bypass one
A. Bublikov, I. Taran & L. Tokar
Software diagnostics for reliability of SCADA structural elements
O. Syrotkina, M. Alekseyev
Social engineering threat for SME and European Cybersecurity Implementation program in Ukraine
Adaptable model of OLTC regulating transformer in MATLab software
L. Zhorniak, O. Volkova, K. Shapka
Gennadiy Pivnyak (1940) graduated from Dnepropetrovsk Mining Institute in 1963 (nowadays the National Mining University) with a specialization in Engineering Electromechanics. He has been affiliated with the NMU since 1963. He has been the Rector (since1982), Head of Electric Power Supply Systems Department (since1976). In 1967, he was awarded Candidate of the Technical Sciences degree, then - Doctor of the Technical Sciences (in 1981). He held the titles of Senior Lecturer (since 1970), Professor (since 1983), Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Sciences (NAS) of Ukraine (since 1992), and the Academician of the NAS of Ukraine (since 1997).
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.
Olexandr Beshta (1957) graduated in 1979 from the National Mining University (at that time - Dnepropetrovsk Mining Institute). After graduating from NMU he worked for three years at the plant. Doctor of technical sciences (2001), professor (2002), Head of electric drives department, the Dean of Electrical engineering faculty (2002), Vice-rector for science (2006). He has been working at NMU since 1982.
During his work at NMU he has published more than 140 scientific papers, 6 monographs on the efficient use of energy potential of geotechnical systems, parameters identification of complex electromechanical systems in solving energy, resource saving problems, theoretical and practical experience of energy saving by means of electric drive and issues of electromagnetic compatibility, 5 copyright certificates, 16 patents of Ukraine, 3 textbook devoted to automated electric drive in metallurgical production.
Mykhaylo Alekseyev, Doctor of technical sciences, professor of Software Engineering Department holds the position since 2011. In 1972 he graduated from Leningrad Polytechnic Institute. In 1982 he defended his candidate dissertation on "Spectral methods of diagnostic features formation for objects with random rhythmic processes", in 2011 - doctoral thesis on "Automated monitoring of control objects parameters based on rearranged spectral operators".
Mykhaylo Alekseyev is a specialist in the development of methods for complex objects automatic control and functional monitoring. His research interests concern the field of control processes automation. He has over 90 scientific papers, holds the title of Academician of the Russian Academy of Education Informatization.