The Solution of Applied Problems of Optimization of Stability of System "Environment-Man-Technics"

  •  Nadegda Sevryugina    
  •  Svetlana Melikhova    
  •  Eugene Volkov    


Justified the application of the basic principles of the theory of dynamical systems in the study of the elemental balance of system “environment-man-technique” (EMT). It is established that the irreducibility of the system properties to the sum of the properties of its constituents leads to contradictions. The aim of the research is the development of methods to detect contradictions in the system EMT by assessing the consistency of its elements. The methodological base of the adopted theoretical generalization of scientific provisions of the leading scientists of the industry, constituting the content of the theory of machines. When solving the tasks, we used methods of systems theory, the theory of mathematical statistics, the theory of risk and catastrophe theory, methods of similarity and dimensions. Empirical dependences were based on regression analysis and are presented in the dimensionless form. In the process of research assessed the consistency of the elements for an idealized systems, which offered the reference indicators of their energy sustainability. Considered the behavior of each element of the system for the whole period of the life cycle in real conditions, obtained graphic dependences. The revealed contradictions in the interaction elements of the system EMT showed that current tasks, manmade and implemented technical means lead to the loss of stable equilibrium inside the “environment”, which in turn affects the balance of life-support of the person item, evidence in the form established that in both cases, a loss of equilibrium state calls a “technique”. Developed histogram situational assessment model perturbation in the system EMT can not only set the emerging element of contradiction, but also to develop a model of governance that ensures the balance of the elements of the system with a high level of security.

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