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  • Artificial intelligence and decision theory: current trends

    The activities of modern enterprises and organizations are becoming increasingly complex, which complicates decision-making tasks. In this regard, the issues related to the integration of innovative information technologies in the field of decision-making are being updated. One of these technologies is artificial intelligence, the main advantages of which are the ability to solve time-consuming tasks and perform analysis based on big data in real time. The purpose of the work is to analyze the methods of applying artificial intelligence technologies in the theory of decision-making. The paper considers the fundamental factors associated with the work of artificial intelligence, prospects and current trends in its development in solving decision-making problems. The scientific value of the article consists in an attempt to systematize knowledge regarding the use of intelligent technologies in decision-making theory. The materials of the article can be useful for modern software developers and the management of organizations.

    Keywords: artificial intelligence, algorithm, data analysis, decision-making, model, information technology

  • Investigation of the influence of the pre-trained bases of neural networks on the quality of segmentation of ore pieces in the photo

    The article deals with the problem of inaccurate allocation of the boundaries of ore pieces after an explosion in a quarry in the photo. In this article, the possibility of using neural networks for segmentation of photographs was investigated, and training, testing and comparison of the pre-trained bases of neural networks were carried out. The family of pre-irradiated bases EfficientNet and SEResNet was tested on the FPN neural network. Neural networks were tested on the same number of learning epochs, and competitively on three, five, seven and ten learning epochs. Training for more than ten epochs was impractical, since almost all networks were undergoing retraining. According to the results of the test and comparison, the result was obtained that the FPN neural network on the pre-trained EfficientNetB2 bases after 7 epochs of training has a segmentation quality of 98.93% in three segmentation classes and 55.1% in the "ore pieces" class.

    Keywords: segmentation, neural network, pre-trained foundation, EfficientNet, SEResNet

  • Modeling the interaction between the university and its industrial partner

    The article uses the mathematical apparatus of the theory of linear-quadratic differential games, as well as the method of qualitatively representative scenarios to build a mathematical model of interaction between the university and its industrial partner. The analytical solution of the game (Nash equilibrium) is obtained and the numerical solution of the problem is demonstrated.

    Keywords: linear-quadratic differential games, optimization, mathematical modeling, method of qualitatively representative scenarios, game theory

  • Features of engineering and geological surveys for construction in conditions of dense urban development

    Engineering and geological conditions of the reconstructed territories are important town-regulating factors in the development of Master Plans and Rules of land use and development. They should be taken into account both at the pre-investment stage and at the stages of development of preliminary and working projects of construction projects. Data on the degree of exposure to dangerous engineering and geological processes will allow calculating the stress-strain state of the foundation depending on changes in the physical and mechanical properties of the soil, which means making the most effective organizational and technological decisions for the reconstruction of urban development.

    Keywords: engineering and geological surveys, dense urban development, reconstructed territories, geoinformation bases, digital substructure, geological risks

  • Methodology for optimizing the process of designing pavements using asphalt granulate

    A methodology for the development of a system of typical environmentally and economically effective road pavement designs is proposed, which allows to optimize the process of designing pavements using asphalt granulate for the design of overhaul of road pavements.redistribution of investments in interests of the organization and development of new production on available floor spaces. The most important organizational economic targets of a diversification of management are presented by innovative activity of the industrial enterprise.

    Keywords: cold deep in-place recycling, pavement, standard design, road, design, construction, asphalt granulate

  • Research of the triggering mode of a 5.1 kW permanent magnet synchronous motor with a two-link frequency converter with a controlled rectifier and a two-level inverter for various types of load

    The advantages of using frequency converters are well known. First of all, this is a significant energy savings due to the regulation of the rotational speed of the electric motor. In addition, ensuring a smooth frequency start using frequency converters significantly reduces thermal and mechanical loads when starting synchronous motors with a rotor excitation winding and with permanent magnets. In this paper, the start-up of a synchronous motor with a two-link frequency converter for various types of load was investigated. The following issues were considered: - creation of a three-phase two-link frequency converter model for a synchronous drive; - calculation of the torque on the shaft at rated power, as well as coefficients reflecting the nature of the load; - simulation of the start-up and operation of a synchronous motor and a two-link frequency converter with fan, conveyor and constant shaft loads. In conclusion, the model of a two-link frequency converter with a synchronous motor, which was researched in this paper, can be used in systems where the considered types of loads are used. This circuit has high energy characteristics, reliability and stability, and is also able to reduce the amplitude values ​​of currents and time of transient processes at start-up

    Keywords: two-link frequency converter, permanent magnet synchronous motor, mathematical model, reliability, PSIM

  • Consideration of the magnetization of an induction machine for the implementation of energy-optimal control

    This paper describes the methods used to take into account the nonlinearity of magnetic processes in the steel of an electric asynchronous machine. This is required for some cases when these physical processes play an important role in the accuracy of data. Justifications are presented that prove the need to approximate the magnetization curve of asynchronous machines to improve the quality of regulation of the electric drive, as well as improve control by energy criteria. Work at full load or near it leads to a decrease in the magnetization EMF due to a voltage drop in the stator, this must be taken into account. The article also shows the approach of applying the methods of accounting for saturation in synchronous machines for asynchronous using transformed equations.

    Keywords: induction motor, electricial drive, vector control, saturation curve fitting

  • Model-based design in the engine control algorithm code generation for the STM32 microcontroller

    Using the concept of the model-based design, this article considers the stages of generating the C-code of the engine control algorithm using the Embedded Coder and STM32 Embedded Target tools for Matlab/Simulink. For the example of the chosen stm32 microcontroller, its peripherals will be initialized and connected to the graphical model of the algorithm. In addition, a description of all the blocks and their functions of the resulting model is provided. At the last stage, the C code is generated, ready for loading it into the microcontroller and further controlling the motor as part of the electric drive.

    Keywords: Model-based design, Matlab/Simulink, STM32, the control algorithm, STM32 Embedded Target, Embedded Coder

  • Modeling a frequency converter for a synchronous permanent magnet motor with a sudden change in the load on the drive shaft

    In this paper, we consider the simulation of a 5.1 kW synchronous electric motor with a two-link frequency converter with a control system that monitors the speed on the shaft in the PSIM simulation environment. IGBT M2TKI-50-12 manufactured by Elektrovypryamitel Saransk were selected for the load current. In this case, the load on the shaft abruptly changed from 1.25 to 2 of the nominal value. Presented are graphs of current, output power, motor speed and torque on the shaft.

    Keywords: permanent magnet synchronous motor, PSIM, two-link frequency inverter, spasmodic load variation

  • Simulation of the engine control algorithm for the STM32 microcontroller using the model-based design method

    This article describes the stages of modeling the state control algorithm for a synchronous motor with permanent magnets using the model-based design method. The algorithm is based on the principle of field oriented I-Hz control, the constructions of which is formed as a state machine for the correct planning of tasks. The model input and output signals for the STM32 microcontroller are further classified. The control model itself is created in the Matlab/Simulink package, the subsystems of which are also described. The last step is to model and visualize the input/output signals of the system at different initial values of the inverter speed and current. By observing acceptable values of the inverter speed and current in the steady state mode, the correct operation of the control logic is ensured, which can be generated as a C code and integrated into the microcontroller.

    Keywords: Model-based design, Matlab/Simulink, STM32, synchronous motor with permanent magnets, field-oriented control

  • Evaluation of empirical models of centimeter and millimeter radio wave propagation in forests

    This article concentrates on the issues of radio wave propagation in forest conditions. The issue of representing the forest mass as a heterogeneous structure with a low dielectric constant is considered. Calculation and comparison of radio signal attenuation using several empirical models were carried out. It is shown that empirical models take into account the heterogeneous structure of the forest when moving from free space to the forest.

    Keywords: radiowave propagation, wooded area, empirical model, radiowave attenuation, path loss, ground mobile communication, electrodynamic characteristics of a heterogeneous structure

  • Investigation of the effect of Zr and Mn promoters on the properties of cobalt catalysts for Fischer-Tropsch synthesis

    The parameters of the porous structure and the active surface of cobalt catalysts for Fischer-Tropsch synthesis (SFT) prepared by the impregnation method have been studied. Characteristics of composition and porous structure were studied using elemental analysis and the Brunauer-Emmett-Taylor method (BET). The effect of the addition of oxide promoters on the specific surface area, pore volume and pore size of the Co / SiO2 catalyst has been studied.

    Keywords: Fischer-Tropsch synthesis, heterogeneous catalyst, promoter, carrier, specific surface area, porous structure, selectivity, activity, dipping method

  • Cobalt Fischer-Tropsch synthesis catalysts supported on Al2O3 of various polymorphic modifications

    The parameters of the porous structure and the outer surface of cobalt catalysts for the synthesis of Fischer-Tropsch, promoted by magnesium, prepared by the impregnation method according to moisture capacity, were studied. The effect of polymorphic modification (γ, θ, α) of the carrier on the physicochemical properties of the catalyst Co-Mg / Al2O3 was studied.

    Keywords: Fischer-Tropsch synthesis, polymorphic modifications of Al2O3, synthetic motor fuel, catalyst, carrier, elemental analysis, BET method, specific surface, porous structure

  • Influence of the method of introducing additives on the composition and porous structure of Co-catalysts for the synthesis of hydrocarbons

    Three batches of Co-MxOy / SiO2 catalysts were prepared with different methods of introducing an oxide additive. Physicochemical studies of catalysts by elemental analysis and Brunauer-Emmett-Taylor (BET) methods have been carried out. The effect of additives of oxide promoters and the method of their introduction on the specific surface, volume and pore sizes for Fischer-Tropsch synthesis catalysts were studied.

    Keywords: Fischer-Tropsch synthesis, carbon-containing resources, catalyst, active component, silicate carrier, Al2O3 and ZrO2 promoters, elemental analysis, BET method, surface area, volume and pore size

  • Features of construction of foundations in permafrost soils

    The article analyzes the natural conditions of the Northern latitudes of Russia, where the main reserves of fossil hydrocarbons and metals are concentrated. It is shown that mining requires the development of the road network and artificial structures on the roads. It is noted that the most difficult stage in the construction of bridge structures is the construction of foundations. The types used in the Northern latitudes of foundations are considered, and their positive and negative qualities, such as weight, method of construction and volume of earthworks, are noted. The paper emphasizes the relevance of the problem of maintaining the stability of permafrost soils in seasonal thawing and loss of their bearing capacity. Methods of maintaining the soil in a solid state can be natural and artificial. The methods of thermal stabilization of soils, as well as machinery and equipment used in these conditions.

    Keywords: permafrost, road network, bridge, polystyrene, superstructure, pile support, Foundation, thermal insulation screen, heat stabilizer