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Materials Transactions, Vol.54 No.03 (2013) pp.350-356
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Solving the Transient Cost-Related Optimization Problem for Copper Flash Smelting Process with Legendre Pseudospectral Method

Jian-Hua Liu, Wei-Hua Gui, Yong-Fang Xie and Zhao-Hui Jiang

School of Information Science & Engineering, Central South University, Changsha, 410083, P. R. China

In the present contribution, a scheme to solve transient cost-related optimization problem of dynamic transient procedure for copper flash smelting process is investigated. Taking the actual copper flash smelting process at a Smelter in China as the research object, the transient cost-related optimization problem is presented by integrating transient time, transient resources consumption and the state fluctuation constraint. Then, it was considered as the operational parameters trajectories optimization problem that generates minimum-time and minimum-resources consumption during dynamic transient procedure. The dynamic relationship and the working state fluctuation are constructed in the form of constraints in the resulting optimization problem formulation. The Legendre Pseudospectral method is used to solve the constrained, nonlinear optimization problem. The results of numerical experiments of dynamic transient procedure for copper flash smelting process are given to illustrate the proposed scheme.

(Received 2012/10/15; Accepted 2012/12/18; Published 2013/02/25)

Keywords: transient cost-related optimization, dynamic transient procedure, Legendre pseudospectral method, copper flash smelting process

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