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Quick and Efficient PID Control Design

Authored on: Jun 28, 2007 by Mike Waters et al

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PID control is the most well known form of feedback control in embedded systems. Its use spans such applications as chemical processes, bacteria growth, flight control systems, oil refineries, and automobile control. This paper will discuss some useful rules of thumb and techniques for designing PID controllers quickly and efficiently. The paper will cover types of plant models, plant analysis techniques, types of PID controllers seen in the industrial world, and tuning rules. As a real-life example, we'll conclude with an analysis of a PID implementation using a field programmable analog array.

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ROV ENG Posted Jul 30, 2012

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spinharney Posted Sep 19, 2012

It worked for me.

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