A novel algorithm for solving nonlinear discrete time optimal control problems with model-reality differences is presented. The technique uses dynamic integrated system optimisation and parameter estimation (DISOPE) which achieves the correct optimal solution in spite of deficiencies in the mathematical model employed in the optimisation procedure. A new method for approximating some Jacobian trajectories required by the algorithm is introduced. It is shown that the iterative procedure associated with the algorithm naturally suits applications to batch chemical processes.
|Publisher||IET Conference Publications|
- DISOPE technique, Jacobian trajectories, batch process input profile optimisation, chemical processes, dynamic integrated system optimisation and parameter estimation, iterative procedure, model-reality differences, nonlinear discrete time optimal control