Could someone help with the direction on an optimal control theory problem?

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  • dymos

    Open Source Optimization of Dynamic Multidisciplinary Systems

    Referenced from one of the comments here: https://github.com/OpenMDAO/dymos/issues/369

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  • build_pyoptsparse

    python script to build/install pyoptsparse with IPOPT (and optionally SNOPT)

    My recommendation would be to see if you can get the cited simplified example case in that issue to work. That particular case is unlikely to work with a Scipy optimizer - you'll need IPOPT (free except some optional components) or SNOPT (commercially available but potentially expensive). This script here should help in getting pyoptsparse (an OpenSource python interface to a variety of optimizers) up and running: https://github.com/OpenMDAO/build_pyoptsparse

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