A Study of Explorative Moves during Modifier Adaptation with Quadratic Approximation
AbstractModifier adaptation with quadratic approximation (in short MAWQA) can adapt the operating condition of a process to its economic optimum by combining the use of a theoretical process model and of the collected data during process operation. The efficiency of the MAWQA algorithm can be attributed to a well-designed mechanism which ensures the improvement of the economic performance by taking necessary explorative moves. This paper gives a detailed study of the mechanism of performing explorative moves during modifier adaptation with quadratic approximation. The necessity of the explorative moves is theoretically analyzed. Simulation results for the optimization of a hydroformylation process are used to illustrate the efficiency of the MAWQA algorithm over the finite difference based modifier adaptation algorithm. View Full-Text
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Gao, W.; Hernández, R.; Engell, S. A Study of Explorative Moves during Modifier Adaptation with Quadratic Approximation. Processes 2016, 4, 45.
Gao W, Hernández R, Engell S. A Study of Explorative Moves during Modifier Adaptation with Quadratic Approximation. Processes. 2016; 4(4):45.Chicago/Turabian Style
Gao, Weihua; Hernández, Reinaldo; Engell, Sebastian. 2016. "A Study of Explorative Moves during Modifier Adaptation with Quadratic Approximation." Processes 4, no. 4: 45.
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