Minimum_uptime/ maximum_uptime, investment mode

hey everyone,

I’m wondering wether it’s possible to use the investment mode to get the optimised capacity based on costs and the at same time to define minimum_uptime/ maximum_uptime in nonconvex-object.
I tried that in fact and Ive got the error „Investment flows cannot be combined with nonconvex flows!“.
so the question is:
there is way to do that? or its strictly required to drop the investment mode and instead define an nominal_value, min and a max in the Flow().

I’m grateful for any help!

The answer is related to your last post. There are three kind of Flow classes at the moment:

  • Flow (normal flow)
  • InvestmentFlow
  • NonConvexFlow

These are three different classes and you have to decide which class you want to use for your object. I think it is not difficult to create a NonConvexInvestmentFlow based on the idea of both flows, because all equations are already there. Basically you need to replace the nominal_value with an investment variable.

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