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Global options in APMonitor configure and report application level information. Global options begin with the prefix APM. There are also Local Options that configure and report parameters associated with individual variables or parameters. Below is a list of all global options.
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Global options in APMonitor configure and report application level information. Global options begin with the prefix APM. There are also Local Options that configure and report parameters associated with individual variables or parameters. Below is a list of all global options.

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An option can be changed from a MATLAB or Python script. Below is a command to set an option to run the model as a Nonlinear Control application with APM.IMODE=6.
 apm_option(s,a,'apm.imode',6)

Output options can also be read after the solution with the command to access a tag from the database. If the tag does not exist, a value of -99999 is returned. In this case, the user wants to know if the application was solved successfully by retrieving the APM.APPSTATUS value.

 success_check = apm_tag(s,a,'apm.appstatus')

In this case, the argument s='http://byu.apmonitor.com' is the server address and a='myApp' is the application name. When running a local server, the server address should be changed to s='http://127.0.0.1' or s='http://localhost' .

The following is a list of global options that may be set to configure an APMonitor application. It is a complete list of the configuration parameters for APM type parameters. Each section includes an indication of the variable type (Integer or Real), the default value, data flow, and a brief description. While this list is exhaustive, there are typically only a few of these that are used most commonly for estimation and control.


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Global options in APMonitor configure and report application level information. Global options begin with the prefix APM. There are also Local Options that configure and report parameters associated with individual variables or parameters. Below is a list of all global options.
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An option can be changed from a MATLAB or Python script. Below is a command to set an option to run the model as a Nonlinear Control application with APM.IMODE=6.

 apm_option(s,a,'apm.imode',6)

Output options can also be read after the solution with the command to access a tag from the database. If the tag does not exist, a value of -99999 is returned. In this case, the user wants to know if the application was solved successfully by retrieving the APM.APPSTATUS value.

 success_check = apm_tag(s,a,'apm.appstatus')

In this case, the argument s='http://byu.apmonitor.com' is the server address and a='myApp' is the application name. When running a local server, the server address should be changed to s='http://127.0.0.1' or s='http://localhost' .

The following is a list of global options that may be set to configure an APMonitor application. It is a complete list of the configuration parameters for APM type parameters. Each section includes an indication of the variable type (Integer or Real), the default value, data flow, and a brief description. While this list is exhaustive, there are typically only a few of these that are used most commonly for estimation and control.

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An option can be changed from a MATLAB or Python script. Below is a command to set an option to run the model as a Nonlinear Control application with APM.IMODE?=6.
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An option can be changed from a MATLAB or Python script. Below is a command to set an option to run the model as a Nonlinear Control application with APM.IMODE=6.
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Output options can also be read after the solution with the command to access a tag from the database. If the tag does not exist, a value of -99999 is returned. In this case, the user wants to know if the application was solved successfully by retrieving the APM.APPSTATUS? value.

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Output options can also be read after the solution with the command to access a tag from the database. If the tag does not exist, a value of -99999 is returned. In this case, the user wants to know if the application was solved successfully by retrieving the APM.APPSTATUS value.

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An option can be changed from a MATLAB or Python script. An example command to define one of the options is
 apm_option(s,a,'apm.imode',5)

Output options can also be read after the solution with the command

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An option can be changed from a MATLAB or Python script. Below is a command to set an option to run the model as a Nonlinear Control application with APM.IMODE?=6.
 apm_option(s,a,'apm.imode',6)

Output options can also be read after the solution with the command to access a tag from the database. If the tag does not exist, a value of -99999 is returned. In this case, the user wants to know if the application was solved successfully by retrieving the APM.APPSTATUS? value.

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In this case, the argument s='http://byu.apmonitor.com' is the server address and a='myApp' is the application name.

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In this case, the argument s='http://byu.apmonitor.com' is the server address and a='myApp' is the application name. When running a local server, the server address should be changed to s='http://127.0.0.1' or s='http://localhost' .

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The following is a list of global options that may be set to configure an APMonitor application. It is a complete list of the configuration parameters for APM type parameters. Each section includes an indication of the variable type (Integer or Real), the default value, data flow, and a brief description. While this list is exhaustive, there are typically only a few of these that are used most commonly for estimation and control.

An option can be changed from a MATLAB or Python script. An example command to define one of the options is

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An option can be changed from a MATLAB or Python script. An example command to define one of the options is
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The following is a list of global options that may be set to configure an APMonitor application. It is a complete list of the configuration parameters for APM type parameters. Each section includes an indication of the variable type (Integer or Real), the default value, data flow, and a brief description. While this list is exhaustive, there are typically only a few of these that are used most commonly for estimation and control.


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An option can be changed from a MATLAB or Python script. An example command to define one of the options is apm_option(s,a,'apm.imode',5). Output options can also be read after the solution with the command apm_tag(s,a,'apm.appstatus'). In this case, the argument s='http://byu.apmonitor.com' is the server address and a='myApp' is the application name.

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An option can be changed from a MATLAB or Python script. An example command to define one of the options is

 apm_option(s,a,'apm.imode',5)

Output options can also be read after the solution with the command

 success_check = apm_tag(s,a,'apm.appstatus')

In this case, the argument s='http://byu.apmonitor.com' is the server address and a='myApp' is the application name.

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Objective Functions: Estimation (EV_Type): http://apmonitor.com/do/index.php/Main/EstimatorObjective Control (CV_Type): http://apmonitor.com/do/index.php/Main/ControllerObjective Local Options: DBS Parameters for Variables  

An option can be changed from a MATLAB or Python script. An example command to define one of the options is apm_option(s,a,'apm.imode',5). Output options can also be read after the solution with the command apm_tag(s,a,'apm.appstatus'). In this case, the argument s='http://byu.apmonitor.com is the server address and a='myApp is the application name.

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An option can be changed from a MATLAB or Python script. An example command to define one of the options is apm_option(s,a,'apm.imode',5). Output options can also be read after the solution with the command apm_tag(s,a,'apm.appstatus'). In this case, the argument s='http://byu.apmonitor.com' is the server address and a='myApp' is the application name.

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The following is a list of global options that may be set to configure an APMonitor application. It is a complete list of the configuration parameters for APM type parameters. Each section includes an indication of the variable type (Integer or Real), the default value, data flow, and a brief description.
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The following is a list of global options that may be set to configure an APMonitor application. It is a complete list of the configuration parameters for APM type parameters. Each section includes an indication of the variable type (Integer or Real), the default value, data flow, and a brief description. While this list is exhaustive, there are typically only a few of these that are used most commonly for estimation and control.

Objective Functions: Estimation (EV_Type): http://apmonitor.com/do/index.php/Main/EstimatorObjective Control (CV_Type): http://apmonitor.com/do/index.php/Main/ControllerObjective Local Options: DBS Parameters for Variables  

An option can be changed from a MATLAB or Python script. An example command to define one of the options is apm_option(s,a,'apm.imode',5). Output options can also be read after the solution with the command apm_tag(s,a,'apm.appstatus'). In this case, the argument s='http://byu.apmonitor.com is the server address and a='myApp is the application name.

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APM.APPINFO

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 0
 Data Flow: Input and Output
 Description: Application information: 0=good, error otherwise

APM.APPINFOCHG

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 0
 Data Flow: Output
 Description: Application information change (new-old)
              0=no change

APM.APPSTATUS

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Output
 Description: Application status: 1=good, 0=bad

APM.BNDS_CHK

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Bounds checking: 1=ON, 0=OFF

APM.COLDSTART

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 0
 Data Flow: Input and Output
 Description: Cold start model
              0=warm start
              1=cold start
              2=decompose problem

APM.CSV_READ

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 0
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: CSV read
              0=Off
              1=Batch
              2=Sequential

APM.CSV_WRITE

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 0
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: CSV write
              0=Off
              1=Write results.csv
              2=Write results_all.csv

APM.CTRLMODE

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Output
 Description: Control mode
              1=simulate
              2=predict
              3=control

APM.CTRL_HOR

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Control horizon length where MVs
              can be adjusted by the solver

APM.CTRL_TIME

 Type: Real 
 Default Value: 60
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Time for each step in the control horizon

APM.CTRL_UNITS

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Model time units
              1=seconds
              2=minutes
              3=hours
              4=days
              5=years

APM.CV_TYPE

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Controlled variable error model type
              1=linear error with dead-band trajectory
              2=squared error to single trajectory
              3=nonlinear error approximates linear
                without slack variables

APM.CV_WGT_SLOPE

 Type: Real 
 Default Value: 0.0
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Slope for weight on future CV error
              [+] favors future steady state target
              [-] favors near-term trajectory matching

APM.CV_WGT_START

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 0
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Start interval for controlled variable
              error model weights

APM.CYCLECOUNT

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 0
 Data Flow: Input and Output
 Description: Cycle count, increments every cycle

APM.DBS_READ

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Database read option
              0=OFF
              1={Name = Value, Status} 
              2={Name = Value, Status, Units}

APM.DBS_WRITE

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Database write
              0=OFF
              1={Name = Value, Status} 
              2={Name = Value, Status, Units}

APM.DIAGLEVEL

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 0
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Diagnostic level
              0=none
              1=messages
              2=file checkpoints
              4=diagnostic files
              5=check 1st derivatives
              6=check 2nd derivatives

APM.EV_TYPE

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Estimated variable error model type
              1=linear error
              2=squared error
              3=approximate linear error without
                slack variables

APM.EV_WGT_SLOPE

 Type: Real 
 Default Value: 0.0
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Slope for weight on more cuurent EV error
              [+] favors matching of most recent data
              [-] favors matching of oldest horizon data

APM.HIST_HOR

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 0
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: History horizon for web-interface plots

APM.HIST_UNITS

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 0
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: History time units on plots only
              0=same as CTRL_UNITS
              1=seconds
              2=minutes
              3=hours
              4=days
              5=years

APM.ICD_CALC

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 0
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Specifications for initial condition
              differentials (MHE only): 0=OFF, 1=ON

APM.IMODE

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 3
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Model solution mode
              1=ss, Simulation (steady state)
              2=mpu, Model parameter update (steady state)
              3=rto, Real time optimization (steady state)
              4=sim, Dynamic simulation (simultaneous)
              5=est, Dynamic estimation (simultaneous)
              6=ctl, Dynamic control (simultaneous)
              7=sqs, Dynamic simulation (sequential)
              8=sqe, Dynamic estimation (sequential)
              9=sqo, Dynamic control (sequential)

APM.ITERATIONS

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Output
 Description: Iterations for solution

APM.MAX_ITER

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 25
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Maximum iterations

APM.MAX_TIME

 Type: Real 
 Default Value: 1.0e20
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Maximum run time in seconds

APM.MEAS_CHK

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Measurement checking: 1=ON, 0=OFF

APM.MV_DCOST_SLOPE

 Type: Real 
 Default Value: 0.1d0
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Slope for penalization on future MV moves
              to reduce controller procrastination

APM.MV_STEP_HOR

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1 (for APM.MV_STEP_HOR)
                0 (for MV(#).MV_STEP_HOR) 
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Step length for manipulated variables
              0 uses APM.MV_STEP_HOR as default

APM.MV_TYPE

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 0
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Manipulated variable type
              0=zero order hold
              1=first order hold (linear)

APM.NODES

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 4
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Nodes in each horizon step

APM.OBJFCNVAL

 Type: Real 
 Default Value: 0.0
 Data Flow: Output
 Description: Objective function value

APM.OTOL

 Type: Real 
 Default Value: 1.0e-6
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Objective function tolerance for
              successful solution

APM.PRED_HOR

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1.0
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Prediction horizon
              Total horizon, including control horizon

APM.PRED_TIME

 Type: Real 
 Default Value: 60.0
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Time for each step in the horizon

APM.REQCTRLMODE

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Requested control mode
              0=off
              1=simulate
              2=predict
              3=control

APM.RTOL

 Type: Real 
 Default Value: 1.0e-6
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Equation solution tolerance

APM.SCALING

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Variable and Equation Scaling
              0=Off
              1=On (Automatic)
              2=On (Manual)

APM.SENSITIVITY

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Sensitivity Analysis
              0=Off
              1=On

APM.SOLVESTATUS

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Output
 Description: Solution solve status: 1=good

APM.SOLVER

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 3
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Solver options
              0 = Benchmark All Solvers
              1-5 = Available Solvers Depends on License

APM.SOLVETIME

 Type: Real 
 Default Value: 1.0
 Data Flow: Output
 Description: Solution time (seconds)

APM.SPECS

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Secifications from restart file
              1=ON
              0=OFF

APM.TIME_SHIFT

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Time shift for dynamic problems
              0  = OFF
              1  = ON (1 step)
              2+ = ON (multiple steps)

APM.WEB

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Generate HTML pages
              1=ON
              0=OFF

APM.WEB_MENU

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Generate HTML navigation menus
              1=ON
              0=OFF

APM.WEB_REFRESH

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 10
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Automatic refresh rate on HTML pages

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              8=est, Dynamic estimation (sequential)
              9=ctl, Dynamic control (sequential)
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              8=sqe, Dynamic estimation (sequential)
              9=sqo, Dynamic control (sequential)
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  • APM.APPINFO
  • APM.APPINFOCHG
  • APM.APPSTATUS
  • APM.BNDS_CHK
  • APM.COLDSTART
  • APM.CSV_READ
  • APM.CSV_WRITE
  • APM.CTRLMODE
  • APM.CTRL_HOR
  • APM.CTRL_TIME
  • APM.CTRL_UNITS
  • APM.CV_TYPE
  • APM.CV_WGT_SLOPE
  • APM.CV_WGT_START
  • APM.CYCLECOUNT
  • APM.DBS_READ
  • APM.DBS_WRITE
  • APM.DIAGLEVEL
  • APM.EV_TYPE
  • APM.EV_WGT_SLOPE
  • APM.HIST_HOR
  • APM.HIST_UNITS
  • APM.ICD_CALC
  • APM.IMODE
  • APM.ITERATIONS
  • APM.MAX_ITER
  • APM.MAX_TIME
  • APM.MEAS_CHK
  • APM.MV_DCOST_SLOPE
  • APM.MV_STEP_HOR
  • APM.MV_TYPE
  • APM.NODES
  • APM.OBJFCNVAL
  • APM.OTOL
  • APM.PRED_HOR
  • APM.PRED_TIME
  • APM.REQCTRLMODE
  • APM.RTOL
  • APM.SCALING
  • APM.SENSITIVITY
  • APM.SOLVESTATUS
  • APM.SOLVER
  • APM.SOLVETIME
  • APM.SPECS
  • APM.TIME_SHIFT
  • APM.WEB
  • APM.WEB_MENU
  • APM.WEB_REFRESH
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The following is a list of global options that may be set to configure an APMonitor application. It is a complete list of the configuration parameters for APM type parameters. Each section includes an indication of the variable type (Integer or Real), the default value, data flow, and a brief description.
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The following is a list of global options that may be set to configure an APMonitor application. It is a complete list of the configuration parameters for APM type parameters. Each section includes an indication of the variable type (Integer or Real), the default value, data flow, and a brief description.
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The following is a list of global options that may be set to configure an APMonitor application. It is a complete list of the configuration parameters for APM type parameters. Each section includes an indication of the variable type (Integer or Real), the default value, data flow, and a brief description.
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The following is a list of global options that may be set to configure an APMonitor application. It is a complete list of the configuration parameters for APM type parameters. Each section includes an indication of the variable type (Integer or Real), the default value, data flow, and a brief description.
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The following is a list of global options that may be set to configure an APMonitor application. It is a complete list of the configuration parameters for APM type parameters. Each section includes an indication of the variable type (Integer or Real), the default value, data flow, and a brief description.

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The following is a list of global options that may be set to configure an APMonitor application. It is a complete list of the configuration parameters for APM type parameters. Each section includes an indication of the variable type (Integer or Real), the default value, data flow, and a brief description.
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The following is a list of global options that may be set to configure an APMonitor application. It is a complete list of the configuration parameters for APM type parameters. Each section includes an indication of the variable type (Integer or Real), the default value, data flow, and description.

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The following is a list of global options that may be set to configure an APMonitor application. It is a complete list of the configuration parameters for APM type parameters. Each section includes an indication of the variable type (Integer or Real), the default value, data flow, and a brief description.

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 Description: Objective function tolerance for successful solution
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 Description: Objective function tolerance for
              successful solution
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 Description: Prediction horizon: Total horizon, including control horizon
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 Description: Prediction horizon
              Total horizon, including control horizon
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 Description: Requested control mode: 1=simulate, 2=predict, 3=control
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 Description: Requested control mode
              0=off
              1=simulate
              2=predict
              3=control
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 Description: Variable and Equation Scaling: 0=Off, 1=On (Automatic), 2=On (Manual)
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 Description: Variable and Equation Scaling
              0=Off
              1=On (Automatic)
              2=On (Manual)
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 Description: Sensitivity Analysis: 0=Off, 1=On
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 Description: Sensitivity Analysis
              0=Off
              1=On
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 Description: Solver options: 0 = Benchmark All Solvers, 1-5 = Available Solvers Depending on License
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 Description: Solver options
              0 = Benchmark All Solvers
              1-5 = Available Solvers Depends on License
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 Description: Secifications from restart file: 1=ON, 0=OFF
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 Description: Secifications from restart file
              1=ON
              0=OFF
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 Description: Time shift for dynamic problems: 1=ON, 0=OFF
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 Description: Time shift for dynamic problems
              0  = OFF
              1  = ON (1 step)
              2+ = ON (multiple steps)
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 Description: Generate HTML pages: 1=ON, 0=OFF
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 Description: Generate HTML pages
              1=ON
              0=OFF
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 Description: Generate HTML navigation menus: 1=ON, 0=OFF
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 Description: Generate HTML navigation menus
              1=ON
              0=OFF
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 Description: Automatic refresh rate on HTML pages (default 10 minutes)
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 Description: Automatic refresh rate on HTML pages
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 Description: Application information change (new-old): 0=no change
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 Description: Application information change (new-old)
              0=no change
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 Description: Cold start model: 0=warm start, 1=cold start, 2=decompose problem
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 Description: Cold start model
              0=warm start
              1=cold start
              2=decompose problem
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 Description: CSV read: 0=Off, 1=Batch, 2=Sequential
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 Description: CSV read
              0=Off
              1=Batch
              2=Sequential
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 Description: CSV write: 0=Off, 1=Write results.csv, 2=Write results_all.csv
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 Description: CSV write
              0=Off
              1=Write results.csv
              2=Write results_all.csv
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 Description: Control mode: 1=simulate, 2=predict, 3=control
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 Description: Control mode
              1=simulate
              2=predict
              3=control
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 Description: Control horizon: Horizon length where MVs can be adjusted by the solver
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 Description: Control horizon length where MVs
              can be adjusted by the solver
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 Description: Model time units (1=sec, 2=min, 3=hrs, 4=days, 5=yrs)
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 Description: Model time units
              1=seconds
              2=minutes
              3=hours
              4=days
              5=years
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 Description: Controlled variable error model type: 1=linear, 2=squared, 3=ref traj
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 Description: Controlled variable error model type
              1=linear error with dead-band trajectory
              2=squared error to single trajectory
              3=nonlinear error approximates linear
                without slack variables
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 Description: Slope for weight on future CV error (e.g. [+] favors steady state)
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 Description: Slope for weight on future CV error
              [+] favors future steady state target
              [-] favors near-term trajectory matching
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 Description: Start interval for controlled variable error model weights
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 Description: Start interval for controlled variable
              error model weights
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 Description: Database read: 0=OFF, 1={Name = Value, Status, Units}, 2={Name,Value} 
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 Description: Database read option
              0=OFF
              1={Name = Value, Status} 
              2={Name = Value, Status, Units}
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 Description: Database write: 0=OFF, 1={Name = Value, Status, Units}, 2={Name,Value} 
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 Description: Database write
              0=OFF
              1={Name = Value, Status} 
              2={Name = Value, Status, Units}
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 Description: Diagnostic level: 0=none, 1=messages, 2=file checkpoints, 4=diagnostic files, 5=check 1st deriv
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 Description: Diagnostic level
              0=none
              1=messages
              2=file checkpoints
              4=diagnostic files
              5=check 1st derivatives
              6=check 2nd derivatives
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 Description: Estimated variable error model type: 1=linear, 2=squared, 3=approximate linear
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 Description: Estimated variable error model type
              1=linear error
              2=squared error
              3=approximate linear error without
                slack variables
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 Description: Slope for weight on more cuurent EV error (e.g. favor near-term matching)
to:
 Description: Slope for weight on more cuurent EV error
              [+] favors matching of most recent data
              [-] favors matching of oldest horizon data
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 Description: History horizon (SIM and CTL only): Integer >= 0
to:
 Description: History horizon for web-interface plots
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 Description: History time units on plots only (0=same as CTRL_UNITS, 1=sec, 2=min, 3=hrs, 4=days, 5=yrs)
to:
 Description: History time units on plots only
              0=same as CTRL_UNITS
              1=seconds
              2=minutes
              3=hours
              4=days
              5=years
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 Description: Specifications for initial condition differentials (MHE only): 0=OFF, 1=ON
to:
 Description: Specifications for initial condition
              differentials (MHE only): 0=OFF, 1=ON
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 Description: Model solution mode: 1=ss, 2=mpu, 3=rto, 4=sim, 5=est, 6=ctl
to:
 Description: Model solution mode
              1=ss, Simulation (steady state)
              2=mpu, Model parameter update (steady state)
              3=rto, Real time optimization (steady state)
              4=sim, Dynamic simulation (simultaneous)
              5=est, Dynamic estimation (simultaneous)
              6=ctl, Dynamic control (simultaneous)
              7=sqs, Dynamic simulation (sequential)
              8=est, Dynamic estimation (sequential)
              9=ctl, Dynamic control (sequential)
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 Description: Iterations for solution: >=1
to:
 Description: Iterations for solution
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 Description: Maximum iteration: >=1
to:
 Description: Maximum iterations
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 Description: Slope for penalization on future MV moves (i.e. reduces controller procrastination)
to:
 Description: Slope for penalization on future MV moves
              to reduce controller procrastination
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 Default Value: 1 (for APM.MV_STEP_HOR) or 0 (for MV(#).MV_STEP_HOR) 
to:
 Default Value: 1 (for APM.MV_STEP_HOR)
                0 (for MV(#).MV_STEP_HOR) 
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 Description: Step length for manipulated variables: 0 uses APM.MV_STEP_HOR as default
to:
 Description: Step length for manipulated variables
              0 uses APM.MV_STEP_HOR as default
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 Description: Manipulated variable type: 0=zero order hold, 1=linear
to:
 Description: Manipulated variable type
              0=zero order hold
              1=first order hold (linear)
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DBS Global Variables

The following is a list of parameters that may be found in the DBS file header section. It is a complete list of the configuration parameters for NLC type parameters. Each section includes an indication of the variable type (Integer or Real), the default value, data flow, and description.

  • NLC.APPINFO
  • NLC.APPINFOCHG
  • NLC.APPSTATUS
  • NLC.BNDS_CHK
  • NLC.COLDSTART
  • NLC.CSV_READ
  • NLC.CSV_WRITE
  • NLC.CTRLMODE
  • NLC.CTRL_HOR
  • NLC.CTRL_TIME
  • NLC.CTRL_UNITS
  • NLC.CV_TYPE
  • NLC.CV_WGT_SLOPE
  • NLC.CV_WGT_START
  • NLC.CYCLECOUNT
  • NLC.DBS_READ
  • NLC.DBS_WRITE
  • NLC.DIAGLEVEL
  • NLC.EV_TYPE
  • NLC.EV_WGT_SLOPE
  • NLC.HIST_HOR
  • NLC.HIST_UNITS
  • NLC.ICD_CALC
  • NLC.IMODE
  • NLC.ITERATIONS
  • NLC.MAX_ITER
  • NLC.MAX_TIME
  • NLC.MEAS_CHK
  • NLC.MV_DCOST_SLOPE
  • NLC.MV_STEP_HOR
  • NLC.MV_TYPE
  • NLC.NODES
  • NLC.OBJFCNVAL
  • NLC.OTOL
  • NLC.PRED_HOR
  • NLC.PRED_TIME
  • NLC.REQCTRLMODE
  • NLC.RTOL
  • NLC.SCALING
  • NLC.SENSITIVITY
  • NLC.SOLVESTATUS
  • NLC.SOLVER
  • NLC.SOLVETIME
  • NLC.SPECS
  • NLC.TIME_SHIFT
  • NLC.WEB
  • NLC.WEB_MENU
  • NLC.WEB_REFRESH
to:

(:title Global Options (APM):) (:keywords Global, Optimization, Estimation, Option, Configure, Default, Description:) (:description Global options in APMonitor begin with APM. They can be set from MATLAB or Python clients.:)

The following is a list of global options that may be set to configure an APMonitor application. It is a complete list of the configuration parameters for APM type parameters. Each section includes an indication of the variable type (Integer or Real), the default value, data flow, and description.

  • APM.APPINFO
  • APM.APPINFOCHG
  • APM.APPSTATUS
  • APM.BNDS_CHK
  • APM.COLDSTART
  • APM.CSV_READ
  • APM.CSV_WRITE
  • APM.CTRLMODE
  • APM.CTRL_HOR
  • APM.CTRL_TIME
  • APM.CTRL_UNITS
  • APM.CV_TYPE
  • APM.CV_WGT_SLOPE
  • APM.CV_WGT_START
  • APM.CYCLECOUNT
  • APM.DBS_READ
  • APM.DBS_WRITE
  • APM.DIAGLEVEL
  • APM.EV_TYPE
  • APM.EV_WGT_SLOPE
  • APM.HIST_HOR
  • APM.HIST_UNITS
  • APM.ICD_CALC
  • APM.IMODE
  • APM.ITERATIONS
  • APM.MAX_ITER
  • APM.MAX_TIME
  • APM.MEAS_CHK
  • APM.MV_DCOST_SLOPE
  • APM.MV_STEP_HOR
  • APM.MV_TYPE
  • APM.NODES
  • APM.OBJFCNVAL
  • APM.OTOL
  • APM.PRED_HOR
  • APM.PRED_TIME
  • APM.REQCTRLMODE
  • APM.RTOL
  • APM.SCALING
  • APM.SENSITIVITY
  • APM.SOLVESTATUS
  • APM.SOLVER
  • APM.SOLVETIME
  • APM.SPECS
  • APM.TIME_SHIFT
  • APM.WEB
  • APM.WEB_MENU
  • APM.WEB_REFRESH
Changed lines 58-59 from:

NLC.APPINFO

to:

APM.APPINFO

Changed lines 67-68 from:

NLC.APPINFOCHG

to:

APM.APPINFOCHG

Changed line 76 from:

NLC.APPSTATUS

to:

APM.APPSTATUS

Changed lines 84-85 from:

NLC.BNDS_CHK

to:

APM.BNDS_CHK

Changed lines 93-94 from:

NLC.COLDSTART

to:

APM.COLDSTART

Changed lines 102-103 from:

NLC.CSV_READ

to:

APM.CSV_READ

Changed lines 111-112 from:

NLC.CSV_WRITE

to:

APM.CSV_WRITE

Changed lines 120-121 from:

NLC.CTRLMODE

to:

APM.CTRLMODE

Changed lines 129-130 from:

NLC.CTRL_HOR

to:

APM.CTRL_HOR

Changed lines 138-139 from:

NLC.CTRL_TIME

to:

APM.CTRL_TIME

Changed lines 147-148 from:

NLC.CTRL_UNITS

to:

APM.CTRL_UNITS

Changed lines 156-157 from:

NLC.CV_TYPE

to:

APM.CV_TYPE

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NLC.CV_WGT_SLOPE

to:

APM.CV_WGT_SLOPE

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NLC.CV_WGT_START

to:

APM.CV_WGT_START

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NLC.CYCLECOUNT

to:

APM.CYCLECOUNT

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NLC.DBS_READ

to:

APM.DBS_READ

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NLC.DBS_WRITE

to:

APM.DBS_WRITE

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NLC.DIAGLEVEL

to:

APM.DIAGLEVEL

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NLC.EV_TYPE

to:

APM.EV_TYPE

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NLC.EV_WGT_SLOPE

to:

APM.EV_WGT_SLOPE

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NLC.HIST_HOR

to:

APM.HIST_HOR

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NLC.HIST_UNITS

to:

APM.HIST_UNITS

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NLC.ICD_CALC

to:

APM.ICD_CALC

Changed lines 264-265 from:

NLC.IMODE

to:

APM.IMODE

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NLC.ITERATIONS

to:

APM.ITERATIONS

Changed lines 282-283 from:

NLC.MAX_ITER

to:

APM.MAX_ITER

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NLC.MAX_TIME

to:

APM.MAX_TIME

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NLC.MEAS_CHK

to:

APM.MEAS_CHK

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NLC.MV_DCOST_SLOPE

to:

APM.MV_DCOST_SLOPE

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NLC.MV_STEP_HOR

to:

APM.MV_STEP_HOR

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 Default Value: 1 (for NLC.MV_STEP_HOR) or 0 (for MV(#).MV_STEP_HOR) 
to:
 Default Value: 1 (for APM.MV_STEP_HOR) or 0 (for MV(#).MV_STEP_HOR) 
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 Description: Step length for manipulated variables: 0 uses NLC.MV_STEP_HOR as default
to:
 Description: Step length for manipulated variables: 0 uses APM.MV_STEP_HOR as default
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NLC.MV_TYPE

to:

APM.MV_TYPE

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NLC.NODES

to:

APM.NODES

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NLC.OBJFCNVAL

to:

APM.OBJFCNVAL

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NLC.OTOL

to:

APM.OTOL

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NLC.PRED_HOR

to:

APM.PRED_HOR

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NLC.PRED_TIME

to:

APM.PRED_TIME

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NLC.REQCTRLMODE

to:

APM.REQCTRLMODE

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NLC.RTOL

to:

APM.RTOL

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NLC.SCALING

to:

APM.SCALING

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NLC.SENSITIVITY

to:

APM.SENSITIVITY

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NLC.SOLVESTATUS

to:

APM.SOLVESTATUS

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NLC.SOLVER

to:

APM.SOLVER

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NLC.SOLVETIME

to:

APM.SOLVETIME

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NLC.SPECS

to:

APM.SPECS

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NLC.TIME_SHIFT

to:

APM.TIME_SHIFT

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NLC.WEB

to:

APM.WEB

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NLC.WEB_MENU

to:

APM.WEB_MENU

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NLC.WEB_REFRESH

to:

APM.WEB_REFRESH

Changed line 114 from:
 Description: CSV write: 0=Off, 1=On
to:
 Description: CSV write: 0=Off, 1=Write results.csv, 2=Write results_all.csv
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  • NLC.SENSITIVITY
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NLC.SENSITIVITY

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Sensitivity Analysis: 0=Off, 1=On
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NLC.SCALING

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Variable and Equation Scaling: 0=Off, 1=On (Automatic), 2=On (Manual)
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  • NLC.SCALING
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 Description: Cold start model: 0=warm start, 1=cold start
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 Description: Cold start model: 0=warm start, 1=cold start, 2=decompose problem
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 Description: Database read: 1=ON, 0=OFF
to:
 Description: Database read: 0=OFF, 1={Name = Value, Status, Units}, 2={Name,Value} 
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 Description: Database write: 1=ON, 0=OFF
to:
 Description: Database write: 0=OFF, 1={Name = Value, Status, Units}, 2={Name,Value} 
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Changed line 409 from:
 Description: Solver options: 0=Benchmark All Solvers, 1=NOVA, 2=IPOPT-v2.3, 3=IPOPT-v3.5, 4=SNOPT, 5=MINOS
to:
 Description: Solver options: 0 = Benchmark All Solvers, 1-5 = Available Solvers Depending on License
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Changed line 409 from:
 Description: Solver options: 1=NOVA, 2=IPOPT-v2.3, 3=IPOPT-v3.5, 4=SNOPT, 5=MINOS
to:
 Description: Solver options: 0=Benchmark All Solvers, 1=NOVA, 2=IPOPT-v2.3, 3=IPOPT-v3.5, 4=SNOPT, 5=MINOS
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  • NLC.APPINFO
  • NLC.APPINFOCHG
  • NLC.APPSTATUS
  • NLC.BNDS_CHK
  • NLC.COLDSTART
  • NLC.CSV_READ
  • NLC.CSV_WRITE
  • NLC.CTRLMODE
  • NLC.CTRL_HOR
  • NLC.CTRL_TIME
  • NLC.CTRL_UNITS
  • NLC.CV_TYPE
  • NLC.CV_WGT_SLOPE
  • NLC.CV_WGT_START
  • NLC.CYCLECOUNT
  • NLC.DBS_READ
  • NLC.DBS_WRITE
  • NLC.DIAGLEVEL
  • NLC.EV_TYPE
  • NLC.EV_WGT_SLOPE
  • NLC.HIST_HOR
  • NLC.HIST_UNITS
  • NLC.ICD_CALC
  • NLC.IMODE
  • NLC.ITERATIONS
  • NLC.MAX_ITER
  • NLC.MAX_TIME
  • NLC.MEAS_CHK
  • NLC.MV_DCOST_SLOPE
  • NLC.MV_STEP_HOR
  • NLC.MV_TYPE
  • NLC.NODES
  • NLC.OBJFCNVAL
  • NLC.OTOL
  • NLC.PRED_HOR
  • NLC.PRED_TIME
  • NLC.REQCTRLMODE
  • NLC.RTOL
  • NLC.SOLVESTATUS
  • NLC.SOLVER
  • NLC.SOLVETIME
  • NLC.SPECS
  • NLC.TIME_SHIFT
  • NLC.WEB
  • NLC.WEB_MENU
  • NLC.WEB_REFRESH
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DBS Global Variables

The following is a list of parameters that may be found in the DBS file header section. It is a complete list of the configuration parameters for NLC type parameters. Each section includes an indication of the variable type (Integer or Real), the default value, data flow, and description.

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Added lines 1-413:

NLC.APPINFO

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 0
 Data Flow: Input and Output
 Description: Application information: 0=good, error otherwise

NLC.APPINFOCHG

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 0
 Data Flow: Output
 Description: Application information change (new-old): 0=no change

NLC.APPSTATUS

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Output
 Description: Application status: 1=good, 0=bad

NLC.BNDS_CHK

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Bounds checking: 1=ON, 0=OFF

NLC.COLDSTART

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 0
 Data Flow: Input and Output
 Description: Cold start model: 0=warm start, 1=cold start

NLC.CSV_READ

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 0
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: CSV read: 0=Off, 1=Batch, 2=Sequential

NLC.CSV_WRITE

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 0
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: CSV write: 0=Off, 1=On

NLC.CTRLMODE

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Output
 Description: Control mode: 1=simulate, 2=predict, 3=control

NLC.CTRL_HOR

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Control horizon: Horizon length where MVs can be adjusted by the solver

NLC.CTRL_TIME

 Type: Real 
 Default Value: 60
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Time for each step in the control horizon

NLC.CTRL_UNITS

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Model time units (1=sec, 2=min, 3=hrs, 4=days, 5=yrs)

NLC.CV_TYPE

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Controlled variable error model type: 1=linear, 2=squared, 3=ref traj

NLC.CV_WGT_SLOPE

 Type: Real 
 Default Value: 0.0
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Slope for weight on future CV error (e.g. [+] favors steady state)

NLC.CV_WGT_START

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 0
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Start interval for controlled variable error model weights

NLC.CYCLECOUNT

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 0
 Data Flow: Input and Output
 Description: Cycle count, increments every cycle

NLC.DBS_READ

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Database read: 1=ON, 0=OFF

NLC.DBS_WRITE

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Database write: 1=ON, 0=OFF

NLC.DIAGLEVEL

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 0
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Diagnostic level: 0=none, 1=messages, 2=file checkpoints, 4=diagnostic files, 5=check 1st deriv

NLC.EV_TYPE

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Estimated variable error model type: 1=linear, 2=squared, 3=approximate linear

NLC.EV_WGT_SLOPE

 Type: Real 
 Default Value: 0.0
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Slope for weight on more cuurent EV error (e.g. favor near-term matching)

NLC.HIST_HOR

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 0
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: History horizon (SIM and CTL only): Integer >= 0

NLC.HIST_UNITS

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 0
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: History time units on plots only (0=same as CTRL_UNITS, 1=sec, 2=min, 3=hrs, 4=days, 5=yrs)

NLC.ICD_CALC

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 0
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Specifications for initial condition differentials (MHE only): 0=OFF, 1=ON

NLC.IMODE

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 3
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Model solution mode: 1=ss, 2=mpu, 3=rto, 4=sim, 5=est, 6=ctl

NLC.ITERATIONS

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Output
 Description: Iterations for solution: >=1

NLC.MAX_ITER

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 25
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Maximum iteration: >=1

NLC.MAX_TIME

 Type: Real 
 Default Value: 1.0e20
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Maximum run time in seconds

NLC.MEAS_CHK

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Measurement checking: 1=ON, 0=OFF

NLC.MV_DCOST_SLOPE

 Type: Real 
 Default Value: 0.1d0
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Slope for penalization on future MV moves (i.e. reduces controller procrastination)

NLC.MV_STEP_HOR

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1 (for NLC.MV_STEP_HOR) or 0 (for MV(#).MV_STEP_HOR) 
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Step length for manipulated variables: 0 uses NLC.MV_STEP_HOR as default

NLC.MV_TYPE

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 0
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Manipulated variable type: 0=zero order hold, 1=linear

NLC.NODES

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 4
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Nodes in each horizon step

NLC.OBJFCNVAL

 Type: Real 
 Default Value: 0.0
 Data Flow: Output
 Description: Objective function value

NLC.OTOL

 Type: Real 
 Default Value: 1.0e-6
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Objective function tolerance for successful solution

NLC.PRED_HOR

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1.0
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Prediction horizon: Total horizon, including control horizon

NLC.PRED_TIME

 Type: Real 
 Default Value: 60.0
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Time for each step in the horizon

NLC.REQCTRLMODE

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Requested control mode: 1=simulate, 2=predict, 3=control

NLC.RTOL

 Type: Real 
 Default Value: 1.0e-6
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Equation solution tolerance

NLC.SOLVESTATUS

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Output
 Description: Solution solve status: 1=good

NLC.SOLVER

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 3
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Solver options: 1=NOVA, 2=IPOPT-v2.3, 3=IPOPT-v3.5, 4=SNOPT, 5=MINOS

NLC.SOLVETIME

 Type: Real 
 Default Value: 1.0
 Data Flow: Output
 Description: Solution time (seconds)

NLC.SPECS

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Secifications from restart file: 1=ON, 0=OFF

NLC.TIME_SHIFT

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Time shift for dynamic problems: 1=ON, 0=OFF

NLC.WEB

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Generate HTML pages: 1=ON, 0=OFF

NLC.WEB_MENU

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 1
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Generate HTML navigation menus: 1=ON, 0=OFF

NLC.WEB_REFRESH

 Type: Integer 
 Default Value: 10
 Data Flow: Input
 Description: Automatic refresh rate on HTML pages (default 10 minutes)