E3S Web Conf.
Volume 124, 2019International Scientific and Technical Conference Smart Energy Systems 2019 (SES-2019)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Published online||10 February 2020|
Improving the energy efficiency of oil production using identification and prediction of operating modes of production wells based on data analysis methods, machine learning and neural networks
Kazan National Research Technical University named after A.N.Tupolev, Leninogorsk branch (LF KNITU-KAI, Leninogorsk), Russia
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Currently, there is a need to improve the systems and control of pumping equipment in the oil and gas production and oil and gas transport industries. Therefore, an adaptive neural network control system for an electric drive of a production well was developed. The task of expanding the functional capabilities of asynchronous electric motors control of the oil and gas production system using the methods of neural networks is solved. We have developed software modules of the well drive control system based on the neural network, an identification system, and a scheme to adapt the control processes to changing load parameters, that is, to dynamic load, to implement the entire system for real-time control of the highspeed process. In this paper, based on a model of an identification block that includes a multilayered neural network of direct propagation, the control of the well system was implemented. The neural network of the proposed system was trained on the basis of the error back-propagation algorithm, and the identification unit works as a forecaster of system operation modes based on the error prediction. In the initial stage of the model adaptation, some fluctuations of the torque are observed at the output of the neural network, which is associated with new operating conditions and underestimated level of learning. However, the identification object and control system is able to maintain an error at minimum values and adapt the control system to a new conditions, which confirms the reliability of the proposed scheme.
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