The paper is co-authored by researchers from the Process Dynamics and Operations Group at Technische Universität Berlin, from BASF SE and from the Institute for Process Systems Engineering, Hamburg University of Technology. The paper describes how optimization procedures can take advantage of the interoperability offered in GAMS by CAPE-OPEN through MOSAICModelling.
The paper develops further what the CAPE-OPEN functionality available in MOSAICModelling brings. This was addressed by the same research group at Technische Universität Berlin within CAPE-OPEN Annual Meetings and, in this case, especially within the CAPE-OPEN 2019 Annual Meeting.
Technische Universität Berlin is an Associate Member of CO-LaN with Dr Erik ESCHE its representative and a co-author of the paper. Another co-author is Dr Norbert ASPRION from BASF SE, a Full Member of CO-LaN that Norbert represents in CO-LaN.
CO-LaN welcomes the publication of scientific papers explaining and describing how CAPE-OPEN opens new opportunities for CAPE based projects.