Vladimir I. Bauer1*, Artem V. Bazanov1, Evgeniy S. Kozin1, Vasiliy M. Nemkov1, Aleksandr A. Mukhortov2


1Department of Automobiles and Technological Machines Service, Tyumen Industrial University, 38 Volodarskiy Str., Tyumen, Russian Federation

2Transneft Siberia, JSC, 139 Republic Str., Tyumen, Russian Federation

*Corresponding Author Email: bauervi@tyuiu.ru

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The article presents a solution to the problem of finding the optimal number of standard sets for technological transport for the Trunk Pipeline Management Department in Western Siberia. The main task of the Department is to maintain the efficiency of the oil trunk pipeline system. Related business units with the same functionality may have significant differences in the length of pipelines, their reliability, natural and climatic conditions, infrastructure and road network. The existing regulations for equipping the units with technological transport do not take into account these factors completely. A simulation model for transport servicing of the oil pipeline system has been developed by the method of agent modeling in Anylogic environment, which allows using GIS maps with transport bases and pipelines. Based on modeling it is proposed to generate corrections of existing normative documents on the need for technology.