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Designing a PID Controller

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This worksheet illustrates how the MapleSim Control Design Toolbox can be used to design PID controllers using several methods. In the first section, we will use the Pole Placement method to design a PI controller for a second-order system so that we can confine the closed-loop poles to a desired region. In the second section, we will use the Exact Pole Placement method to design a PID controller so that we can specify the exact location of the dominant poles. In the third section, we will use the Gain-Phase Margin method to design a PID controller for a fifth-order system. Finally, in the last section, we will use a single tuning parameter - equivalent to the desired time constant of the closed-loop system - to design a PID controller for a third-order system applying Skogestad IMC tuning rules.

This application requires the MapleSim Control Design Toolbox.

Application Details

Publish Date: March 19, 2014
Created In: Maple 18
Language: English



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