The Fractional Order PID Control of the Forced Air Heating System

eng Artykuł w języku angielskim DOI: 10.14313/PAR_231/5

wyślij Krzysztof Oprzędkiewicz, Maciej Podsiadło AGH Akademia Górniczo-Hutnicza, Wydział Elektrotechniki, Automatyki, Informatyki i Inżynierii Biomedycznej

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Abstract

The paper presents the implementation of the Fractional Order PID controller to control the temperature in the isothermal room applied in a pharmaceutical factory. The formula of the controller dedicated to transfer function model of the temperature is proposed, the stability analysis using the Matignon Theorem is also presented. Results of simulations show that the proposed controller is able to assure the better control quality than PID controller tuned with the use of auto-tuning function.

Keywords

forced heating system, Fractional Order PID controller, ORA approximation, stability

Sterowanie PID ułamkowego rzędu układem ogrzewania powietrza

Streszczenie

Artykuł prezentuje implementację regulator PID ułamkowego rzędu (FOPID) do sterowania temperaturą w pomieszczeniu izotermicznym stosowanym w fabryce farmaceutycznej. Zaproponowano formułę regulatora dla modelu obiektu opisanego transmitancją oraz analizę stabilności z wykorzystaniem Tw. Matignona. Wyniki badań symulacyjnych wskazują, że proponowany regulator zapewnia lepszą jakość regulacji, niż typowy regulator PID dostrojony zużyciem autotuningu.

Słowa kluczowe

aproksymacja ORA, stabilność, system ogrzewania powietrza, ułamkowy regulator PID

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