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Article title ALARM SYSTEM FOR A BOILER SYSTEM CONTROL ON ENERGY ENTERPRISE
Authors A. Lueder, D.I. Ryashentseva
Section SECTION IV. METHODS OF THE ARTIFICIAL INTELLECT
Month, Year 05, 2014 @en
Index UDC 62-52
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Abstract As the problem of good qualified functioning of a boiler every year is taking place, there is an interest to create an advanced error alarm system, which, as its mission, has the timely notification of the controlled object functioning errors. Thus, in this paper the improved model of the alarm system object control is proposed, the question of an error-free object functioning problem solving is raised. The proposed model includes such approaches to solve this problem as artificial intelligence: genetic algorithms and fuzzy logic. Fuzzy logic is the good solution to create a new modern, with proper functioning, and valid topical outcome from the system boiler control. The proposed system can be re-adjusted under any boiler, with different functioning conditions and working requirements. The main idea of this system development is to increase the efficiency by its convenience and flexibility.

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Keywords Control system; alarm; boilers; fuzzy logic; self-learning; energy enterprise.
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