Department of Information Technology, Pollack Mihály Faculty of Engineering
University of Pécs, Pécs, Hungary
Abstract: Measurement and simulation techniques have been developed for a two-phase flow to quantify and qualify a steam network and to determine the flow regime in the network. The development of these techniques makes it possible to create an intelligent monitoring system, which ensures that:
- By the execution of the computational model the different states of the network can be simulated;
- By using the principal of the local dynamic pressure measurement the distribution of the velocity in the cross-section of the pipes near the measurement points can be determined;
- The mass transfer in the condense vessels can be determined in the backbone pipes;
- By using mobile communication the measured data can be transferred immediately to the monitoring system; and
- Algorithms and formulas can be created to determine the quality of the two-phase flow.
Keywords: Two-phase flow, identification, modelling, mass transfer network
Lajos Szakonyi is the head of the Department of Information Technology of the Faculty of Engineering at University of Pécs since 1992. His research interests are the mathematical modelling of technological systems, mass and energy flow systems, control, measurement and signal processing. His works for the industry and the utilization of the same results in the education is documented in the form of publications. He is the author or co-author of 15 books and 50 papers published in conference proceedings and journals.
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Lajos SZAKONYI, Investigation and Control of a Regional Steam-Distribution Network under Two-phase Flow Conditions, Studies in Informatics and Control, ISSN 1220-1766, vol. 18 (2), pp. 119-126, 2009.