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2012/3
Methods for solving the problem of choosing the rational scheme of transporting gas via GTN with a capacity margin
Design, construction and operation of pipeline transport

Authors: Sergey A. SARDANASHVILY was born in 1954. Graduated from Gubkin Moscow Institute of Petrochemical and Gas Industry in 1976. He is PhD, Associate Professor, Director of the Educational Institute “Innovative educational projects and management issues” at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. He is author of 38 scientific papers in the field of mathematical and computational modeling, optimization, forecasting of modes of gas transportation and gas systems, statistical analysis of data, models and processes. E-mail: sardan@gubkin.ru
Sergey K. MITICHKIN was born in 1956. Graduated from Gubkin Moscow Institute of Petrochemical and Gas Industry in 1982. He is Ph.D., Associate Professor, senior researcher at the Institute of Education “Innovative educational projects and management issues” Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. He is author of 27 scientific works in the field of mathematical and computational modeling, optimization, forecasting of modes of gas transmission and production facilities, models and processes. E-mail: msk@yasenevo.ru
Alexander V. BELINSKY was born in 1983. Graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 2006. He is Ph.D., director of the Science and Technology Center “Gas Trunkline” of OAO “Gazprom promgaz”. He is author of 16 works in the field of mathematical and computational modeling and optimization of gas pipeline transportation, development, planning and reconstruction of regional gas supply systems. E-mail: belinskyab@mail.ru

Abstract: This paper presents a method of solving the problem of choosing a rational scheme for the transport of gas via GTN with a capacity margin. This problem is relevant to the dispatchers under no load conditions in the transmission system consisting of several gas pipeline corridors connected by inter-system bridges. Such situations arise either when producing companies reduce gas supply, or when consumers significantly reduce gas demand. The main problem here is that technological solutions are multi-variant. Thus, the gas transport operating organizations face the problem of rational choice option of gas transmission scheme, saving fuel and energy resources (FER) spent on their own technological needs of gas transportation

Index UDK: 004.021:004.023:004.421, 519.688: 519.876.5

Keywords: gas transportation system, reconstruction and development, simulation of modes, the automation of options search

Bibliography:
1. Sardanashvili S.A. Raschetnye metody i algoritmy (truboprovodnyj transport gaza). – M.: FGUP Izd-vo «Neft' i gaz» RGU nefti i gaza im. I.M. Gubkina, 2005. – 577 p.
2. Belinskij A.V. Razrabotka metodov, Algoritmov i programmnogo obespechenija zadach razvitija i rekonstrukcii territorial'nyh sistem gazosnabzhenija. Dis. k.t.n., 2009. – 151 p.

2012/1
Methods of automated search of options development and reconstruction of regional gas supply systems
Automation, modeling and energy supply in oil and gas sector

Authors: Sergey A. SARDANASHVILY was born in 1954, graduated from Gubkin Moscow Institute of Petrochemical and Gas Industry in 1976, he is Director of Research and Education Institute of “Innovative Educational Projects and Management Issues” at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. He is the author of 35 scientific papers in the field of mathematical and computer modeling, optimization, prediction of modes of gas transportation and gas-producing systems, statistical analysis of data, models and processes. E-mail: sardan@gubkin.ru
Sergei K. MITICHKIN was born in 1956, graduated from Gubkin Moscow Institute of Petrochemical and Gas Industry in 1982. He is Leading Researcher of the Research and Education Institute of “Innovative Educational Projects and Management Issues” at Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas. He is the author of 25 scientific papers in the field of mathematical and computer modeling, optimization, prediction of modes of gas transportation and gas systems, models and processes. E-mail: msk@yasenevo.ru
Alexander V. BELINSKY was born in 1983, graduated from Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas in 2006; he is Director of Science and Technology Center “Gas Trunk line” at OAO “Gazprom promgaz”. He is the author of 15 publications in the field of mathematical and computer modeling and optimization of gas pipeline transportation, planning, development and reconstruction of the regional gas supply systems. E-mail: belinskyab@mail.ru

Abstract: This article describes the heuristics and algorithms for computer-assisted diagnosis of operational and technological bottlenecks in the systems of gas supply, as well as generation and study of various options for sustainable development and reconstruction of regional gas supply systems (RSS). These allow implementing long-term plans of gas supply to consumers unlike currently operating systems. The above algorithms are based on multivariate modeling modes of RSS, situational analysis of the factors that lead to the emergence of operational and technological bottlenecks in RSS, heuristic methods for automating the process of formation of the options of reconstruction and development of RSS in order to eliminate the bottlenecks.

Index UDK: 004.021:004.023:004.421; 519.688: 519.876.5

Keywords: regional system of gas supply, reconstruction and development, modes simulation, automation of options search

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