Efficiency of Using Geoinformation Systems in the Design of Gas Distribution and Gas Consumption Networks

Authors

  • Vadim Igor Bespalov Don State Technical University
  • Mihran Grigor Stakyan National University of Architecture and Construction of Armenia
  • Grigorii Sergey Grishin Don State Technical University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54338/27382656-2022.2-002

Keywords:

gas supply, gas distribution and gas consumption networks, design, simulation, experiment, geoinformation systems, hydraulic calculation

Abstract

The scientific article is devoted to determining the effectiveness of the use of geoinformation systems (GIS) in the design of gas distribution and gas consumption networks. An experiment was carried out on a laboratory stand modeling ring, dead-end and mixed gas networks. The electronic model of a gas network identical to the laboratory stand in the ZuluGaz 10.0 software package, a module for expanding the GIS functionality for calculating gas supply networks designed to solve various industry. A comparative analysis of the results of an experiment and the results obtained during simulation in GIS is carried out. Based on the analysis, a conclusion is made about the accuracy of the GIS results and the feasibility of using GIS for the design of gas distribution and gas consumption systems.

Author Biographies

Vadim Igor Bespalov, Don State Technical University

Doctor of Science (Engineering), Professor (RF, Rostov-on-Don) - Don State Technical University, Professor at the Department of Environmental Engineering

Mihran Grigor Stakyan, National University of Architecture and Construction of Armenia

Doctor of Science (Engineering), Professor (RA, Yerevan) - National University of Architecture and Construction of Armenia, Senior Researcher at the Research Laboratory of Construction and Urban Economy

Grigorii Sergey Grishin, Don State Technical University

Don State Technical University, Assistant at the Department of Environmental Engineering

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Published

2022-06-29

How to Cite

Bespalov, V. I., Stakyan, M. G., & Grishin, G. S. (2022). Efficiency of Using Geoinformation Systems in the Design of Gas Distribution and Gas Consumption Networks. Journal of Architectural and Engineering Research, 2, 9–13. https://doi.org/10.54338/27382656-2022.2-002

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