Modeling for gas flow measurement consumed by a boiler. Towards a low cost sensor for energy efficiency

Abstract : This paper deals with the modeling of the gas flow supplied to a boiler in order to implement a soft sensor. This study is a part of ANR CHIC project which has an aim to minimize the measuring chain cost in the energy efficiency improvement programs. This implementation requires the estimation of a mathematical model that expresses the flow rate from the control signal of the solenoid valve and the gas pressure and temperature measurements. Two types of models are studied : LPV (Linear Parameter Varying) model with pressure and temperature as scheduling variables and a non-parametric model based on Gaussian processes.
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Baya Hadid, Régis Ouvrard, Laurent Le Brusquet, Thierry Poinot, Erik Etien, et al.. Modeling for gas flow measurement consumed by a boiler. Towards a low cost sensor for energy efficiency. 2013 Seventh International Conference on Sensing Technology (ICST 2013), Dec 2013, Wellington, New Zealand. pp.889 - 894, ⟨10.1109/ICSensT.2013.6727778⟩. ⟨hal-00952120⟩

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