Development of a Distributed Mathematical Model and Control System for Reducing Pollution Risk in Mineral Water Aquifer Systems
2. Problem Statement
- Possibility of considering the spatial distribution of the object (field);
- Modeling a complex of interconnected hydrogeological objects;
- Ability to control the parameters of the operating mode of a group of hydrogeological objects.
3.1. Method Description
- First group. Deposits with a simple geological structure containing large or medium-sized bodies of minerals, which can be characterized by the stable thickness and internal structure, consistent quality of minerals and uniform distribution of the main valuable components.
- Second group. Deposits with a complex geological structure containing large and medium-sized bodies with disturbed bedding, which can be characterized by unstable thickness and uneven distribution of the main valuable components.
- Third group. Deposits with a very complex geological structure containing medium and small-sized bodies of minerals with intensively disturbed occurrence, which can be characterized by very variable thickness and internal structure, and a very uneven distribution of the main valuable components.
- Fourth group. Deposits with a small, less often medium-sized bodies containing extremely disturbed bedding, which can be characterized by sharp variability of thickness and internal structure, extremely uneven quality of the mineral .
- Delphi 7 software package;
- Software package for modeling hydrodynamic processes developed up to GOST R 57,700.2;
- Software package for modeling parameters of an open-loop control system developed up to GOST 24.104-85;
- A software package for modeling the parameters of a closed-loop control system developed up to GOST 24.104-85;
- A software package for modeling the spatial heterogeneity of the field strata hydrogeological structure developed up to GOST R 57,700.2 .
- Hydrogeological conditions (lithological structure of water-bearing soils, feeding characteristics and conditions at the boundaries of the tested layer);
- Groundwater regime (features of the pressure fluctuations nature—levels and the influence on these fluctuations of various disturbing sources, including technogenic);
- Technological conditions for testing, the data of which are used to check the accuracy of modeling (fluctuations in flow rate and pressure during pumping) .
3.2. Development of the “Reservoir” Layout
- DBGrid (for the “temperature” table displaying);
- DBNavigator (for table entries managing);
- ADOConnection (for the communication with the database);
4. Development of an Experimental Reservoir’s Distributed Mathematical Model
- The proposed method takes into account the interstratal interactions of aquifer;
- The proposed method gives a possibility of a three-dimensional model of the field mathematical description;
- The proposed method provides a sufficiently high accuracy of the hydrodynamic processes’ reflection for a given experiment;
- The proposed method was successfully tested at one of the fields in the region under consideration .
5.1. Method Effectiveness Analysis
5.2. Control System Synthesis Results
5.3. Experimental Reservoir’s Distributed Mathematical Model Result Analysis
- Application of sensitivity analysis methods to assess the impact of changes in the initial parameters of the model on the output characteristics.
- Adaptation and scaling of the developed modeling methods for solving problems of the oil and gas industry.
Data Availability Statement
Conflicts of Interest
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Martirosyan, A.V.; Ilyushin, Y.V.; Afanaseva, O.V. Development of a Distributed Mathematical Model and Control System for Reducing Pollution Risk in Mineral Water Aquifer Systems. Water 2022, 14, 151. https://doi.org/10.3390/w14020151
Martirosyan AV, Ilyushin YV, Afanaseva OV. Development of a Distributed Mathematical Model and Control System for Reducing Pollution Risk in Mineral Water Aquifer Systems. Water. 2022; 14(2):151. https://doi.org/10.3390/w14020151Chicago/Turabian Style
Martirosyan, Alexander V., Yury V. Ilyushin, and Olga V. Afanaseva. 2022. "Development of a Distributed Mathematical Model and Control System for Reducing Pollution Risk in Mineral Water Aquifer Systems" Water 14, no. 2: 151. https://doi.org/10.3390/w14020151