[Ipopt] Using IPOPT for hybrid systems

arash.moradinegade.dizqah arash.moradinegade at northumbria.ac.uk
Sat Apr 14 13:39:58 EDT 2012

Dear all,

I am a biginner taking IPOPT for my research. I am going to integrate IPOPT with a hybrid DAE solver. I have not used any ralaxation method for mode transitions and as I understand, IPOPT receives instantaneous mode transitions from DAE solver that may cause problem in gradient computations. I am woundering if IPOPT can handle such a problem or I have to employ a relaxation method.

Thanks in advance,


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