Two degrees of freedom PID auto-tuning controller with supervisor function

Masae Kanda, Yutaka Iino, Takashi Shigemasa

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Abstract

A proportional-integral-derivative (PID) autotuning controller based on the two-degree-of-freedom PID autotuning method is developed. The method requires no prior knowledge of the process-order or deadtime and is effective even if the process is a nonminimum-phase system. A practical autotuning system with supervisory function (PASS) is developed which has following three basic parts: (1) a frequency-domain-based autotuning function; (2) a setup function based on the step response method that provides initial PID parameters, a sample period, and an amplitude of test signal for the tuning function; and (3) a supervisor function which observes and judges the state of the control system and instructs the tuning function to start or decrease control system gain when an unsafe system state is detected. The PASS system is applied as a package in the TOSDIC 215D one-loop controller.

Original languageEnglish
Pages813-816
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 1990 Dec 1
Externally publishedYes
EventProceedings of the 29th SICE Annual Conference - Tokyo, Jpn
Duration: 1990 Jul 241990 Jul 26

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ConferenceProceedings of the 29th SICE Annual Conference
CityTokyo, Jpn
Period90/7/2490/7/26

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Supervisory personnel
Tuning
Derivatives
Controllers
Control systems
Step response

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Kanda, M., Iino, Y., & Shigemasa, T. (1990). Two degrees of freedom PID auto-tuning controller with supervisor function. 813-816. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 29th SICE Annual Conference, Tokyo, Jpn, .

Two degrees of freedom PID auto-tuning controller with supervisor function. / Kanda, Masae; Iino, Yutaka; Shigemasa, Takashi.

1990. 813-816 Paper presented at Proceedings of the 29th SICE Annual Conference, Tokyo, Jpn, .

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

Kanda, M, Iino, Y & Shigemasa, T 1990, 'Two degrees of freedom PID auto-tuning controller with supervisor function', Paper presented at Proceedings of the 29th SICE Annual Conference, Tokyo, Jpn, 90/7/24 - 90/7/26 pp. 813-816.
Kanda M, Iino Y, Shigemasa T. Two degrees of freedom PID auto-tuning controller with supervisor function. 1990. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 29th SICE Annual Conference, Tokyo, Jpn, .
Kanda, Masae ; Iino, Yutaka ; Shigemasa, Takashi. / Two degrees of freedom PID auto-tuning controller with supervisor function. Paper presented at Proceedings of the 29th SICE Annual Conference, Tokyo, Jpn, .4 p.
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