Features of monitoring the traction transmission of a running electrical complex in the event of its deviation from the schedule

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Zaporizhzhya National Technical University
Zaporizhzhya National Technical University

The purpose of this work is to mathematically describe the problem of traction transmission control to suppress deviations from a  schedule. A mathematical description of the algorithm solves the problem of traction transmission control. The description of the problematic issue is based on the device variations. The object of the analysis is a specified performance criterion of the studied system, being considered as a function of the significant parameters of the system and the environment. The goal of optimization is to attain minimum operation per running unit at given trajectory values. The optimization resource comprises the control values of a traction motor, a parameter of complex traction control, and parameters for control of a braking force component.

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