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Moscow Institute of Energy-Safety and Energy-Economy
Belousov, O. A. et al. 
We describe some aspects of energy saving optimal control applying to electrical heating equipment with changing conditions and a database with operational algorithms and software for relevant microprocessor devices.
SUBJECT: information technology; model identification; optimal control; control system
Salikhov, T. P. et al. 
The new energy management methodology for social sector objects is two-tiered and is intended to resolve energy-efficient issues for separate buildings and for groups of buildings. The low tier methodology is based on monitoring and comparative analysis of energy consumption while the upper level is based on technocenosis and ratio analysis. Also we present new energy consumption monitoring so ...
SUBJECT: forecasting; rating; interval assessment; monitoring; energy consumption
Khuzmiev, I. K. 
The author’s concept of the energy management automation system in intended for large enterprises. This three-tiered control and management system is designed for the purpose of operational efficiency increasing.
SUBJECT: information and management complex.; information exchange; automation management system; economy
Livshits, I. I. 
Considered is the issue of security for power facilities and assessment of their threats, vulnerabilities, and risks through digital indicators. An information security management system can be implemented either by itself or inside an integrated management system. Information security requirements include threat and vulnerability estimation and risk management requirements.
SUBJECT: energy management system; information security; integrated management system
Mamontov, A. Yu. et al. 
The suggested mathematical model describes an energy efficient system which combines a farmstead and a bioenergy station. This system uses cogeneration to convert farm waste into energy on-site. The mathematical model has been created on base of bioenergy equations calculating specific energy output for different climate conditions.
SUBJECT: cogeneration installation; reactor; bioenergy; thermal energy; electric energy
Salikhov, A. A. et al. 
There are a variety of regulations tied to advanced power supply schemes development. Initial data for those schemes, according to existing methodologies, are biased to ether electricity or heat supply. Meanwhile, cogeneration is not reflected in existing calculation models. Playing the leading role in energy efficient politics, cogeneration should be considered as a basic element in the algor ...
SUBJECT: cogeneration; power supply scheme; energy efficiency
Plakhuta, A. D. 
The author of this paper is pleased to present his new approach and the unique model of effective heating supply zoning. This approach allows reasonably using of different heating supply ways during engineering design and calculation steps. Effective heating supply zones are assessed with practical case analysis.
SUBJECT: effective heating radius; district heating; boiler house; capital expenditure
Engel, E. A. 
According to the Smart Grid conception we present the intelligent control system for a photovoltaic complex on the base of an adaptive neurocontroller and in the form of a fuzzy selective neural network. This controller is able to provide efficient control operation in random disturbing influence. We have resolved a problem of interaction between the low and medium control levels using neural ...
SUBJECT: photovoltaic installation; control; neurocontroller; intelligent system
Nikitin, A. V. 
The paper deals with influence of an electricity distribution radius on different characteristics of power supply systems including its reliability and power quality. As a result, the author suggests the new equation for an optimized radius calculation based on economy, quality, and reliability requirements. Estimation how different parts of this equation affect the optimized radius results to ...
SUBJECT: power quality; reliability; optimized radius; power supply system
Karpenko, M. S. et al. 
Energy audit cost needs to be reasonably explained. It can be achieved considering desirable final results of energy audit inspection. Function cost analysis methodology can be the most effective way to estimate and optimize upcoming energy audits cost.
SUBJECT: energy audits; cost optimization; energy saving potential; function cost analysis