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Mixed-Integer Nonlinear Programming Problems


Mixed-integer problems are those that involve both continuous and integer variables. The introduction of integer variables allows the modeling of complex decisions through graph theoretic representations denoted as superstructures. MINLPs find applications in engineering design such as heat exchanger network synthesis, reactor-separator-recycle network synthesis or pump network synthesis.

Section 1: Literature Problems

Test Problem
Description
AMPL Model File
AMPL Data File
1
Kocis-Grossmann (1988)
HIP12.2.1.mod
 
2
Floudas (1995)
HIP12.2.2.mod
 
3
Yuan-et.al., (1988)
HIP12.2.3.mod
 
4
Berman-Ashrafi (1993)
HIP12.2.4.mod
 
5
Integer nonconvex problem, Porn, et.al., (1998)
HIP12.2.5.mod
 
6
Porn, et.al., (1998)-II
HIP12.2.6.mod
 

Section 2: Engineering Problems

Test Problem
Description
AMPL Model File
AMPL Data File
1
Heat Exchanger Network Synthesis
ex12.3.3.mod
ex12.3.3.dat
2
Heat Exchanger Network Synthesis
ex12.4.3.mod
ex12.4.3.dat
3
Heat Exchanger Network Synthesis
ex12.4.4.mod
ex12.4.4.dat
4
Pump Network Synthesis
ex12.5.2.mod
ex12.5.2.dat
5
Trim Loss Minimization
ex12.6.3.mod
ex12.6.3.dat
6
Trim Loss Minimization
ex12.6.4.mod
ex12.6.4.dat
7
Trim Loss Minimization
ex12.6.5.mod
ex12.6.5.dat
8
Trim Loss Minimization
ex12.6.6.mod
ex12.6.6.dat

 

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