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Obtaining controller parameters for a new PI-PD Smith predictor using autotuning

Authors
Journal
Journal of Process Control
0959-1524
Publisher
Elsevier
Publication Date
Volume
13
Issue
5
Identifiers
DOI: 10.1016/s0959-1524(02)00086-0
Keywords
  • Smith Predictor
  • Identification
  • Pid Controllers
  • Disturbance Rejection
Disciplines
  • Design

Abstract

Abstract The paper extends a recent work on a modified PI-PD Smith predictor, which leads to significant improvements in the control of processes with large time constants or an integrator or unstable plant transfer functions plus long dead-time for reference inputs and disturbance rejections. Processes with high orders or long time delays are modelled with lower order plant transfer functions with longer time delays. The PI-PD controller is designed so that the delay free part of the system output will follow the response of a first order plant or second order plant, where it is appropriate, assuming a perfect matching between the actual plant and model in both the dynamics and time delay. The provided simple tuning formulae have physically meaningful parameters. Plant model transfer functions and controller settings are identified based on exact analysis from a single relay feedback test using the peak amplitude and frequency of the process output. Examples are given to illustrate the simplicity and superiority of the proposed method compared with some existing ones.

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