From system function to module
Discrete optimization methods for solving the conflict of objectives between expense, availability, and function of fluid systems.
Duration: 5.2011 – 4.2012
PD Dr. Ulf Lorenz | dept. 4, WG Optimization
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Peter Pelz | deüt- 16,
Institute for Fluid System Technology
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The system function (mass flow, dynamics, chemical reaction, heat release, …), the effort (energy consumption, costs, …) and the availability (wear, …) determine the topology of the system, the geometric design of individual components and their control. According to this, the target functional is formed by function, effort and availability.Methods of discrete mathematics in connection with mathematical-scientific descriptions of the components provide the foundation for optimization.