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Vahid Pirouzfar – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Industrial optimization of multi-effect desalination equipment for olefin complex
    Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, 2020
    Co-Authors: Amir Barza, Sadegh Rezaiee Shourije, Vahid Pirouzfar

    Abstract:

    This research consists of a brief overview of some methods used to produce freshwater and how they work, the obvious points of performance, and the advantages and disadvantages of each of these methods. The effects of change in operation parameters on the performance as well as thermal energy consumption of sample MED–TVC (MED with thermal vapor compression) are investigated. This article represents the result of experimental and actual changes provided by process engineering department in Kavian Petrochemical Company (11th Olefin) to find best operating conditions for system stability. The most significant reason to opt these MED units is the internal steam source (5 * 140 ton h^−1 boilers) which is located inside the complex’s Battery Limit making the control of operational variables more accessible. Also, the performance of the system and thermodynamic and thermo-hydraulic equations have been studied carefully. By writing a solving algorithm for the governing equations and implementing it in the MATLAB software, a conceptual design of the system has been considered. By using the written program, the effect of change in parameters such as inlet steam pressure, seawater temperature, feed water temperature, inlet seawater flow, the performance ratio on the steam consumption has been reviewed. Although most of the above-mentioned changes cannot be implemented after the system designing, changes in the steam consumption that is generated inside the complex have been investigated and the results have been communicated to the operation department through the process engineering department to modify the system.

Zongpeng Li – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Incentivizing Device-to-Device Load Balancing for Cellular Networks: An Online Auction Design
    IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, 2017
    Co-Authors: Mohammad H. Hajiesmaili, Lei Deng, Minghua Chen, Zongpeng Li

    Abstract:

    The device-to-device load balancing (D2D-LB) paradigm has been advocated in recent small-cell architecture design for cellular networks. The idea is to exploit inter-cell D2D communication and dynamically relay traffic of a busy cell to adjacent under-utilized cells to improve spectrum temporal efficiency, addressing a fundamental drawback of small-cell architecture. Technical challenges of D2D-LB have been studied in previous works. The potential of D2D-LB, however, cannot be fully realized without providing proper incentive mechanism for device participation. In this paper, we address this economical challenge using an online procurement auction framework. In our design, multiple sellers (devices) submit bids to participate in D2D-LB and the auctioneer (cellular service provider) evaluates all the bids and decides to purchase a subset of them to fulfill load balancing requirement with the minimum social cost. Different from similar auction design studies for cellular offloading, Battery Limit of relaying devices imposes a time-coupled capacity constraint that turns the underlying problem into a challenging multi-slot one. Furthermore, the dynamics in the input to the multi-slot auction problem emphasize the need for online algorithm design. We first tackle the single-slot version of the problem, show that it is NP-hard, and design a polynomial-time offline algorithm with a small approximation ratio. Building upon the single-slot results, we design an online algorithm for the multi-slot problem with sound competitive ratio. Our auction algorithm design ensures that truthful bidding is a dominant strategy for devices. Extensive experiments using real-world traces demonstrate that our proposed solution achieves near offline-optimum and reduces the cost by 45% compared with an alternative heuristic.

S.s. Dalu – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • RICE – Energy Efficient Algorithms for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
    Rice, 2018
    Co-Authors: Abhishek M. Agrawal, S.s. Dalu

    Abstract:

    In a versatile specially appointed system (MANET), portable has fundamentally keep running with Battery and their Battery Limit is restricted. Information transmissions are one of the fundamental elements of the power utilization of portable hosts. In this way, vitality efficient information get to is a standout amongst the most critical research issues in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks. We first build up a general hypothetical structure to completely delineate the convoluted bundle conveyance process in the testing MANET. With the assistance of the structure, we are then ready to infer the correct per hub throughput Limit with regards to a fixed setting of both v and f. Utilizing the disseminated Bellman-Ford calculation and stochastic Markov chain process for quick and lightweight accumulation of put stock in scores, the cTrust plot is a decentralized and self-configurable trust conglomeration conspire. We first show information access and replication strategies that consider the rest of the measure of the Battery of each host.

  • Energy Efficient Algorithms for Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
    2018 International Conference on Research in Intelligent and Computing in Engineering (RICE), 2018
    Co-Authors: Abhishek M. Agrawal, S.s. Dalu

    Abstract:

    In a versatile specially appointed system (MANET), portable has fundamentally keep running with Battery and their Battery Limit is restricted. Information transmissions are one of the fundamental elements of the power utilization of portable hosts. In this way, vitality efficient information get to is a standout amongst the most critical research issues in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks. We first build up a general hypothetical structure to completely delineate the convoluted bundle conveyance process in the testing MANET. With the assistance of the structure, we are then ready to infer the correct per hub throughput Limit with regards to a fixed setting of both v and f. Utilizing the disseminated Bellman-Ford calculation and stochastic Markov chain process for quick and lightweight accumulation of put stock in scores, the cTrust plot is a decentralized and self-configurable trust conglomeration conspire. We first show information access and replication strategies that consider the rest of the measure of the Battery of each host.