The Bryson-Denham problem is a classical minimum energy optimal control problem.
- Bryson-Denham: This example is a good starting point for the Yop toolbox.
The Goddard rocket problem is an optimal control problem where the goal is to maximize the altitude of a vertically launched rocket.
- Basic rocket: Basic example of the Goddard rocket.
- Goddard rocket final time free: The Goddard rocket with a free final time.
- Goddard rocket final time fixed: The same model as in the example with free final time but this time with a fixed final time.
- Goddard rocket landing: A multi-phase problem to land the Goddard rocket.
A Linear Problem With Bang Bang Control
Simple linear problem.
- Linear problem with bang-bang control: Shows an alternative way of setting a model to the
Greenhouse Climate Control
Controlling the temperature in a greenhouse to maximize yield. This problem introduces external input.
- Greenhouse: Optimal control problem with external input using
Isoperimetric Constraint Problem
Example showing how to implement isoperimetric constraints.
- Isoperimetric constraint problem: Simple example with isoperimetric constraint.
Example of a nondifferentiable system.
- Nondifferentiable system: Showing how to model a nondifferentiable system with the casadi function