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Hierarchical mathematical models of complex plants on the basis of power boiler example

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The methodology of hierarchical linearized mathematical models construction of complex plants to control purposes is presented in the paper. Thanks to the methodology, the one high order model (flat, one level model), is replaced by a collection of models, which are placed at different hierarchy levels. The models represent dynamic processes typical for each hierarchy level, and omit fast dynamic processes significant at lower levels. The higher is hierarchy level, the slower dynamic processes is described by the model and the lower is order of the models. Multi-level model structure gives possibility of dynamic properties analysis by application of aggregation procedure. One of the principal aggregation procedure is reduction of models at individual levels of hierarchical structure. Such approach enables creating a reduced hierarchical model including a collection of models at every level of hierarchy, characterized by various adequacy scopes and accuracy of the plant features approximation. The paper presents methodology of hierarchical complex plants models creation on the example of evaporator of the BP-1150 boiler. Each of the subsystem at individual level of model hierarchy is a multi-input and multi-output causal systems.
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  • Control and Computer Engineering, Opole University of Technology, Sosnkowskiego 31, 45-272 Opole, Poland
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