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Index-2 hybrid DAE: a case study with well-posedness and numerical analysis

Abstract

In this work, we study differential algebraic equations with constraints defined in a piece-wise manner using a conditional statement. Such models classically appear in systems where constraints can evolve in a very small time frame compared to the observed time scale. The use of conditional statements or hybrid automata are a powerful way to describe such systems and are, in general, well suited to simulation with event driven numerical schemes. However, such methods are often subject to chattering at mode switch in presence of sliding modes, and can result in Zeno behaviours. In contrast, the representation of such systems using differential inclusions and method from non-smooth dynamics are often closer to the physical theory but may be harder to interpret. Associated time-stepping numerical methods have been extensively used in mechanical modelling with success and then extended to other fields such as electronics and system biology. In a similar manner to the previous application of non-smooth methods to the simulation of piece-wise linear ODEs, we want to apply non-smooth numerical scheme to piece-wise linear DAEs. In particular, the study of a 2-D dynamical system of index-2 with a switching constraint using set-valued operators, is presented.
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hal-02381489 , version 1 (26-11-2019)
hal-02381489 , version 2 (19-11-2020)

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Alexandre Rocca, Vincent Acary, Bernard Brogliato. Index-2 hybrid DAE: a case study with well-posedness and numerical analysis. [Research Report] Inria - Research Centre Grenoble – Rhône-Alpes. 2019. ⟨hal-02381489v2⟩
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