Naval nuclear power as the basis for constructing autonomous energy systems with the development of the Arctic territories

Shulga Robert N. Ph.D., senior researcher VEI - branch of FSUE VNIITF
Petrov Aleksandr Yu. Ph.D., deputy director VEI - branch of FSUE VNIITF
Zavidej Viktor I. Sc.D., chief researcher VEI - branch of FSUE VNIITF

An analysis of modern methods and tools for monitoring and diagnosis of technical condition of asynchronous and synchronous motors and advice on choosing the best monitoring systems for use on existing and disabled equipment. It is shown that, based on measurements of basic parameters of complex by a single system of control, maintenance and repair of electrical machines, produced on their technical condition with no planned outages, and intrusion prevention tests. 

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Analysis of the literary sources 

Conclusions the analysis of the basic features of the Northern sea route, coastal zones show the usefulness of energy onshore consumers, using the developed and tested in Arctic conditions of the ship's reactor installations. That allows you to treat them as a basic power plants for unification and subsequent replication. Other energy options of stationary and mobile units of land, surface and submarine launched may involve the use of aviation gas turbines (5-30) Mw, using electrical energy storage units. As the drives use metal-film pulse capacitors. For the backup power supply provides for the use of lithium batteries and voltage converters. For the considered coastal conditions and energy transport in coastal areas, it is advisable to use DC lines are easily matched with electric drives and providing backup power. For power supply systems in extreme climatic conditions using health monitoring systems, electrical equipment is indisputable.
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