Optimal feedback synthesis and minimal time function for the bioremediation of water resources with two patches

Hector Ramirez 1 Alain Rapaport 2, 3, * Victor Riquelme 1, 2, 3
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3 MODEMIC - Modelling and Optimisation of the Dynamics of Ecosystems with MICro-organisme
CRISAM - Inria Sophia Antipolis - Méditerranée , MISTEA - Mathématiques, Informatique et STatistique pour l'Environnement et l'Agronomie
Abstract : This paper studies the bioremediation, in minimal time, of a water resource or reservoir using a single continuous bioreactor. The bioreactor is connected to two pumps, at different locations in the reservoir, that pump polluted water and inject back sufficiently clean water with the same flow rate. This leads to a minimal-time optimal control problem where the control variables are related to the inflow rates of both pumps. We obtain a non-convex problem for which it is not possible to directly prove the existence of its solutions. We overcome this difficulty and fully solve the studied problem by applying Pontryagin's principle to the associated generalized control problem. We also obtain explicit bounds on its value function via Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman techniques.
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Hector Ramirez, Alain Rapaport, Victor Riquelme. Optimal feedback synthesis and minimal time function for the bioremediation of water resources with two patches. 2014. ⟨hal-01069581v2⟩

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