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Title Handbook of PI and PID controller tuning rules / Aidan O'Dwyer.
Imprint London : Imperial College Press, ©2006.

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Edition 2nd ed.
Description 1 online resource (xvii, 545 pages) : illustrations
Note Previous edition: London : World Scientific, 2003.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references (pages 507-533) and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
English.
Print version record.
Subject PID controllers.
Genre Electronic books.
Contents Preface; Contents; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Preliminary Remarks; 1.2 Structure of the Book; 2 Controller Architecture; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 PI Controller Structures; 2.3 PID Controller Structures; 2.3.1 Ideal PID controller structure and its variations; 2.3.2 Classical PID controller structure and its variations; 2.3.3 Non-interacting PID controller structure and its variations; 2.3.4 Other PID controller structures; 2.3.5 Comments on the PID controller structures; 2.4 Process Modelling; 2.5 Organisation of the Tuning Rules; 3 Tuning Rules for PI Controllers; 3.1 FOLPD Model.
3.1.1 Ideal controller -- Table 33.1.2 Ideal controller in series with a first order lag; 3.1.3 Ideal controller in series with a second order filter; 3.1.4 Controller with set-point weighting; 3.1.5 Controller with proportional term acting on the output 1; 3.1.6 Controller with proportional term acting on the output 2; 3.2 FOLPD Model with a Positive Zero; 3.2.1 Ideal controller; 3.2.2 Ideal controller in series with a first order lag; 3.3 FOLPD Model with a Negative Zero; 3.3.1 Ideal controller in series with a first order lag; 3.4 Non-Model Specific; 3.4.1 Ideal controller.
3.4.2 Controller with set-point weighting3.5 IPD Model; 3.5.1 Ideal controller; 3.5.2 Ideal controller in series with a first order lag; 3.5.3 Controller with set-point weighting; 3.5.4 Controller with proportional term acting on the output 1; 3.5.5 Controller with proportional term acting on the output 2; 3.5.6 Controller with a double integral term; 3.6 FOLIPD Model; 3.6.1 Ideal controller; 3.6.2 Controller with set-point weighting; 3.6.3 Controller with proportional term acting on the output 1; 3.6.4 Controller with proportional term acting on the output 2; 3.7 SOSPD Model.
3.7.1 Ideal controller3.7.2 Controller with set-point weighting; 3.8 SOSIPD Model -- Repeated Pole; 3.8.1 Controller with set-point weighting; 3.9 SOSPD Model with a Positive Zero; 3.9.1 Ideal controller; 3.10 SOSPD Model (repeated pole) with a Negative Zero; 3.10.1 Ideal controller in series with a first order lag; 3.11 Third Order System plus Time Delay Model; 3.11.1 Ideal controller; 3.11.2 Controller with set-point weighting; 3.12 Unstable FOLPD Model; 3.12.1 Ideal controller; 3.12.2 Controller with set-point weighting; 3.12.3 Controller with proportional term acting on the output 1.
3.12.4 Controller with proportional term acting on the output 23.13 Unstable FOLPD Model with a Positive Zero; 3.13.1 Ideal controller; 3.13.2 Ideal controller in series with a first order lag; 3.13.3 Controller with set-point weighting; 3.14 Unstable SOSPD Model (one unstable pole); 3.14.1 Ideal controller; 3.15 Unstable SOSPD Model with a Positive Zero; 3.15.1 Ideal controller; 3.15.2 Controller with set-point weighting; 3.16 Delay Model; 3.16.1 Ideal controller; 3.17 General Model with a Repeated Pole; 3.17.1 Ideal controller; 3.18 General Model with Integrator; 3.18.1 Ideal controller.
Summary The vast majority of automatic controllers used to compensate industrial processes are of PI or PID type. This book comprehensively compiles, using a unified notation, tuning rules for these controllers proposed over the last seven decades (1935-2005). The tuning rules are carefully categorized and application information about each rule is given. The book discusses controller architecture and process modeling issues, as well as the performance and robustness of loops compensated with PI or PID controllers. This unique publication brings together in an easy-to-use format material previously pu.
Other Title Print version: O'Dwyer, Aidan. Handbook of PI and PID controller tuning rules. 2nd ed. London : Imperial College Press, ©2006 1860946224 9781860946226