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Understanding PID design through interactive tools

Guzmán, José Luis; Hägglund, Tore LU ; Åström, Karl Johan LU ; Dormido, Sebastián; Berenguel, Manolo and Piquet, Yves (2014) 19th IFAC World Congress, 2014
Abstract
Hundreds of PID design methods are available in literature. Many of them are very similar and sometimes it is not straightforward to understand their purposes. This paper presents an interactive software tool to help in the study and understanding of several wellknown PID tuning rules. Frequency- and time-domain responses are analyzed in order to show the robustness and performance properties of each method. Furthermore, a free tuning option is available to provide comparisons with user-defined rules or other existing tuning methods. A wide range of stable process models are included in the tool, where model-reduction techniques are applied for high-order processes to obtain simple models for design purposes.
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keywords
PID control, tuning rules, control design, control education, interactivity.
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6 pages
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19th IFAC World Congress, 2014
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  • Scopus:84929783419
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PID
PICLU
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English
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yes
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74979fff-cde7-4259-bfea-9a269ea72a79 (old id 4697872)
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2014-10-15 10:00:07
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  abstract     = {Hundreds of PID design methods are available in literature. Many of them are very similar and sometimes it is not straightforward to understand their purposes. This paper presents an interactive software tool to help in the study and understanding of several wellknown PID tuning rules. Frequency- and time-domain responses are analyzed in order to show the robustness and performance properties of each method. Furthermore, a free tuning option is available to provide comparisons with user-defined rules or other existing tuning methods. A wide range of stable process models are included in the tool, where model-reduction techniques are applied for high-order processes to obtain simple models for design purposes.},
  author       = {Guzmán, José Luis and Hägglund, Tore and Åström, Karl Johan and Dormido, Sebastián and Berenguel, Manolo and Piquet, Yves},
  keyword      = {PID control,tuning rules,control design,control education,interactivity.},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {6},
  title        = {Understanding PID design through interactive tools},
  year         = {2014},
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