Thermodynamic Foundations of an Information-Based Systems Approach to Designing Complex Engineering Objects View Full Text


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2020-05

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V. A. Naletov, V. A. Kolesnikov, M. B. Glebov

ABSTRACT

Thermodynamic foundations of an information-based systems approach to designing complex engineering objects with hierarchical structure using macrolevel and microlevel models are presented in application to chemical engineering systems. The hierarchical structure of a chemical engineering system is characterized by three levels: the system as a whole, chemical-engineering processes (elements of the system), and microstates (results of transformations). The design of the elements of the system is based on the thermodynamic model at the microlevel. After a certain formalization of matter and energy transformations, this model characterizes the process of information acquisition. The design of the chemical engineering system on the macrolevel is described by a model of a stochastic process of the fluctuation of average process energy levels. This model establishes the coordinated operation of the elements of the system according to the zeroth law of thermodynamics. A minimax problem of the optimal design of a complex engineering object is formulated. The problem is based on a combination of three laws of thermodynamics: the first, the second, and the zeroth, which allows one to achieve emergent properties of the system as a whole. More... »

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456-464

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