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292-Proportional, Integral, and Derivative Controller Design Part 2

By: Peter J. Kennedy, PE

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This continuing education course is written specifically for professional engineers with the objective of relating to and enhancing the practice of engineering.

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292-Proportional, Integral, and Derivative Controller Design Part 2

As discussed in Part 1, PID controllers are used in many control applications; possibly the most common form of feedback control compensation. The versatility of the PID may reside is a fairly simple control structure, easy to implement in software or hardware, offering loop gain adjustment, an integrator to reduce or null servo error, and the phase lead of a derivative improve loop stability or act as a predictive element. This PID structure provides for a fairly wide range of tuning adjustment in a feedback control loop, especially for relatively simple processes. The controller can be configured in many configurations; P-only, PI, PD, PID, plus others are discussed. This part of the course focusses on the digital implementation of the PID controller and its implementation with higher level control strategies; adaptive controllers and fuzzy logic control.

Starting with an introduction in section 1.0, topics covered are a summary of the basic feedback control loop block diagram relationships in section 2. The PID control algorithm, as presented in Part 1, is summarized in section 3 followed by the digital implementation of the PID within the constraints of a sampled control system. The building temperature control example, used in Part 1, is analyzed again in section 4.0 but now using a digital PI controller. Section 5.0 provides another example for a motion control application using a digital PD controller. Finally section 6.0 describes implementation of the PID within a model reference adaptive control (MRAC) architecture and also configured with a fuzzy logic controller (FLC).

292-Proportional, Integral, and Derivative Controller Design Part 2
Brian Mitsch
01/12/2019
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Comprehensive course.
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292-Proportional, Integral, and Derivative Controller Design Part 2
Paul Dorvel
11/21/2018
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A good presentation of the complications of PID control that require modifications to the basic PID control i/o structure. As with Part 1 there are some text areas that could be improved for understanding.
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292-Proportional, Integral, and Derivative Controller Design Part 2
Edward Grayson
11/20/2018
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Very hard
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292-Proportional, Integral, and Derivative Controller Design Part 2
Kay Clinard
06/06/2018
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Very informative course
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