The accuracy increasing method for the parameter estimation of discrete substances in the stream




structural analysis, spectral analysis, information and measurement systems


It is shown the problem of investigation of structural properties of measuring signal in parameter estimation of discrete substances in the flow measurement to obtain information on the quality of these substances. It is developed a method for improving the accuracy of estimates of the parameters and it is proposed the scheme for its implementation, which provides the calculation of sample statistics, that is optimal by criterion for standard deviation, for a given precision of measurement, for a given sample size at given time observation. It is developed a generalized block diagram of problem-oriented IMS of moisture of granular substances. It is proposed an implementation variant of IMS data processing device based on developed method and it is investigated its metrological characteristics. As a result of investigation it is found that the proposed scheme is strong; reduces measurement errors of material moisture in the flow (for 10-15 % moisture is about 1,5 times, for humidity > 20 % is about 1,2 times); allows to make the most complete integrated picture of the state of matter in its delivery and acceptance; accelerates the acceptance and delivery of a substance that is economically feasible.

Author Biography

Діана Сергіївна Шантир, National Technical University of Ukraine "Kyiv Polytechnic Institute", Peremogy Av. 37, Kiev, 03056


Department of automatization of experimental researches


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How to Cite

Шантир, Д. С. (2015). The accuracy increasing method for the parameter estimation of discrete substances in the stream. Technology Audit and Production Reserves, 1(2(21), 64–69.



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