vacuum block

The issue of identification of vacuum block.
The main units in the vacuum block are:
- Piped stove for heating (H-201);
- Vacuum calon (steam tower) (K-4) which performs rectification of the fuel;
- Calons - Additional steam towers (K-5A and K-5B).
The topological structure of the vacuum block is given in Figure 1.
In the (H-201) piped stove X0I -shows the fuel consumption and quality indicator,
U1I - variable vector controller depending on the fuel quantity, Y1I - the fuel
II block characterizes the K-4 vacuum calon. X1I- - the consumption of heated fuel
in the oven:
X1II = { X2II , X3II }
X2II – consumption of irrigation for light oil fraction; X3II – consumption of
irrigation for heavy oil fraction.
UrII is the vector of managing parameters of the K-4 calon:
UrII = { U1II , U2II , U3II , U4II }
where U1II - the temperature above the plate, U2II - temperature below the plate,
U3II - pressure in the calon, U4II - characterized by the current level of calon.
Output parameters vector of the second block:
YII = { Y1II , Y2II , Y3II , Y4II , Y5II }
Here, Y1II describes the flow of output products, Y2II , Y3II - the temperature in the
plate flowing in light and heavy fractions, Y4II - the digestion, Y5II- the output of the
residual product.
III block K-5A and K-5B are additional steam towers. This super-block has
auxiliary function and does not have the controller vector. The eighth is the output
vector characterizing the targeted products.
YIII = { Y1III , Y2III }
Y1III - consumption of light oil fraction, Y2III – consumption of heavy oil fraction.
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