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A Bellman equation, named after its discoverer, Richard Bellman, also known as a dynamic programming equation, is anecessary condition for optimality associated with the mathematical optimization method known as dynamic programming.It writes the value of a decision problem at a certain point in time in terms of the payoff from some initial choicesand the value of the remaining decision problem that results from those initial choices. This breaks a dynamicoptimization problem into simpler subproblems, as Bellman's 'Principle of Optimality' prescribes. The Bellman equationwas first applied to engineering control theory and to other topics in applied mathematics, and subsequently became animportant tool in economic theory. Almost any problem which can be solved using optimal control theory can also besolved by analyzing the appropriate Bellman equation. However, the term 'Bellman equation' usually refers to thedynamic programming equation associated with discrete-time optimization problems. In continuous-time optimizationproblems, the analogous equation is a partial differential equation which is usually called theHamilton-Jacobi-Bellman equation (HJB).

The Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman (HJB) equation is a partial differential equation which is central to optimal controltheory. The solution of the HJB equation is the value function, which gives the optimal cost-to-go for a givendynamical system with an associated cost function. The solution is open loop, but it also permits the solution of theclosed loop problem. Classical variational problems, for example, the brachistochrone problem can be solved using thismethod. The HJB method can be generalized to stochastic systems as well.

What class of mathematical program due we need to simulate contact The discrete nature of contact suggests that we might need some form of combinatorial optimization. Indeed, the most common transcription is to a Linear Complementarity Problem (LCP) Murty88, as introduced by Stewart96 and Anitescu97. An LCP is typically written as \\begin{align*} \\find_{\\bw,\\bz} \\quad \\subjto \\quad & \\bw = \\bq + \\bM \\bz, \\\\ & \\bw \\ge 0, \\bz \\ge 0, \\bw^T\\bz = 0.\\end{align*} They are directly related to the optimality conditions of a (potentially non-convex) quadratic program and Anitescu97> showed that the LCP's generated by our rigid-body contact problems can be solved by Lemke's algorithm. As short-hand we will write these complementarity constraints as $$\\find_{\\bz}\\quad \\subjto \\quad 0 \\le (\\bq + \\bM\\bz) \\perp \\bz \\ge 0.$$

In order to meet the challenge of profitability for a small turnkey operator, the author introduced a simple Modular Drilling Fluid System that solved many costly problems. The Modular Drilling Fluid System, in nearly 70 wells, eliminated the \"gumbo\" problem and cut the drilling days by 20 to 50 percent. The reduction of drilling days, to the contractor, meant increased bit life by as much as 30 percent, savings in fuel costs by about 30 percent, savings in rig repair cost by about 30 percent, and a host of other savings. In this paper, in his comparative analysis, the author examines the bit records and other pertinent field data from three wells drilled in the same field and discusseses the principles of a modern Modular Drilling Fluid System that allowed a small turnkey contractor to become financially and technically successful. Furthermore, for analyzing the efficiency of the operational parameters such as bit hydraulics, weight on the bit, and rotary speed of the same small turnkey rig that drilled the above-mentioned wells, the author uses the simple yet powerful principles of Minimum Energy. This is done in order to quickly and easily point out where it is possible to save on the expenses of the small turnkey contractor. In this method, although more emphasis has been placed on hydraulic and mechanical energy, or power, all of the expended energies or powers of the rig system can be integrated over time. Applying a modified form of a combination of Lagrangian and Hamiltonian Integral1,-7 carries out this process. The operational performance of the turnkey drill rig is said to be efficient when the value of this Integral is at a Minimum in comparison with the performance of the other drill rigs, or zero ideally. This technique enables the contractor to closely monitor his daily operational expenditure of Energy or Power and succeed both technologically and financially. 59ce067264