Topic:  Discuss contents of  paper:
Optimal Control of a Rigid-Wing Rotary Kite System for Airborne Wind Energy
March 2018. Conference: European Control Conference 2018  At: Limassol, Cyprus.  Jochem De Schutter, Rachel Leuthold, Moritz Diehl          [this duplicates old forum 23410 but we continue discussion]
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