May 15–17, 2017 in Prague, Czech Republic
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Papers by Tomasz Tarnawski:

Title: Defining and Solving Hybrid Optimal Control Problems with Higher Index DAEs
Authors: Radoslaw Pytlak, Damian Suski, Tomasz Tarnawski and Tomasz Zawadzki
Abstract:The paper deals with optimal control problems defined for hybrid systems described by higher index DAEs. We present a prototype solution that supports the whole process from defining such problem to solving it and presenting results. Problem’s definition is done with Dynamic Optimization Modeling Language (DOML) which is based directly on Modelica. The proposed numerical procedure for solving the problems of interest has the following features: 1) it is based on the appropriately defined adjoint equations formulated for the discretized equations being the result of the numerical integration of system equations by an implicit Runge–Kutta method; 2) initialization for higher index DAEs is performed with the help of Pantelides’ algorithm; 3) it does not require the system to be transformed to ODEs (through differentiation of some algebraic equations). The paper presents numerical examples related to hybrid systems described by index three DAEs, showing the validity of the proposed approach. All software components needed to carry out the computations, i.e. the code editor, compiler, numerical libraries and GUI for presenting results are prepared as parts of a combined platform: Interactive Dynamic Optimization Server (IDOS).
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