The present paper addresses the effects of market and seasonal changes in the cost of heat and energy resources on the financial self-sufficiency of a public object. As an example, we take a college, the most important link in educational institutions of Kazakhstan. Computer experiments in the MathCad 15 and MatLab 6.5 environments substantiate the need to calculate the share of an energy-saving budgetary compensator, the adjustments of which will reduce the loss of unplanned funds during the period of sharp seasonal cold snaps and achieve the financial stability of the management object - the college. The calculated data allow it possible to predict the amplitude-frequency characteristics of the control signal for smoothing jumps and disturbances in the adaptive control system at the optimal time. This allows to ultimately save college money and spend part of it on additional financial support for the educational process and increase teachers’ salaries. The results showed that the introduction of resource saving technologies (heat, electricity, utilities, staff) contributed to the sustainable development of the institution.
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Sh. Ixanov, S.; Kh. Zhunussova, Zh.; V. Nikulin, V.; and Kh. Zhunussov, K.
"Heat and Energy Consumption Management of a Public Object,"
Applied Mathematics & Information Sciences: Vol. 15:
1, Article 7.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/amis/vol15/iss1/7