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1 1.5 QUANTITIVE PID TUNING METHODS Tuning PID parameters is not a trivial task in general. Various tuning methods have been proposed for dierent model descriptions and performance criteria CONTINUOUS CYCLING METHOD Frequently called Ziegler-Nichols method since it was rst proposed by Ziegler and Nichols (1942). Also referred to as loop tuning or the ultimate sensitivity method. Procedure: step1 Under P-control, set K c at a low value. Be sure to choose the right (direct/reverse) mode. step 2 Increase K c slowly and monitor y(t) whether it shows oscillating response. If y(t) does not respond to K c change, apply a short period of small pulse input on r(t). step 3 Increase K c until y(t) shows continuous cycling. Let K u be K c at this condition. Also let T u be the period of oscillation under this condition. 29

2 K c < K u K c = K u K c > K u step 4 Calculate and implement PID parameters using the the Ziegler-Nichols tuning tables: 30

3 Ziegler-Nichols Controller Settings Controller K c T I T D P 0:5K u,,,, PI 0:45K u T u =1:2,, PID 0:6K u T u =2 T u =8 Remarks : We call { K u ultimate gain { T u ultimate period (! co = 2=T u critical frequency) Ziegler-Nichols tuning is based on the process characteristic at a single point where the closed-loop under P-control shows continuous cycling. At! co, jg c K c j!co = 1 y(t) is 180 o (phase lag) behind u(t): 31

4 K u is the largest K c for closed-loop stability under P-control. When K c = 0:5K u under P-control, the closed-loop approximately shows 1/4 (Quarter) decay ratio response. This roughly gives 50% overshoot. 32

5 An alternative way toemperically nd K u and T u is to use relay feedack control (sometimes called bang-bang control). Under relay feedback, the following repsonse is obtained: K u = 4(u max, u min ) ; T u : from the repsonse A 33

6 Typical Responses of Z-N Tuning Process: G(s) = 1 (s +1) 4 34

7 Since 50% overshoot is considered too oscillatory in chemical process control, the following modied Ziegler-Nichols settings have been proposed for PID contollers: Modied Ziegler-Nichols Settings K c T I T D Original(1/4 decay ratio) 0:6K u T u =2 T u =8 Some Overshoot 0:33K u T u =2 T u =3 No Overshoot 0:2T u T u T u =3 Process: G(s) = 1 (s +1) 4 35

8 Eects of Tuning Parameters: G(s) =1=(s +1) 4 36

9 37

10 1.5.2 REACTION-CURVE-BASED METHOD Not all but many SISO(single-input single-output) chemical processes show step responses which can be well approximated by that of the First-Order Plus Dead Time(FOPDT) process. The FOPDT process is represented by three parameters K p d steady state gain dened by y ss =u ss dead time (min), no response during this period 38

11 time constant, represents the speed of the process dynamics. G(s) = K pe,ds s+1 Procedure step 1 Wait until the process is settled at the desired set point. step 2 Switch the A/M toggle to the manual position and increase the CO (u(t)) by u ss stepwise. step 3 Record the output reponse and nd an approximate FOPDT model using one of the following methods: 39

12 Drawing a tangent is apt to include signicant error, especially when the measurement is noisy. To avoid this trouble, the following method is recommended: 1. Obtain K p = y ss =u ss. 40

13 2. Estimate the area A Let + d = A 0 =K p and estimate the area A Then = 2:782A 1 =K p and d = A 0 =K p, step 4 Once a FOPDT model is obtained, PID setting can be done based on a tuning rule in the next subsection. Popular tuning rules are Quater-decay ratio setting and Integral error criterion-based setting FOPDT-BASED TUNING RULES The following PID tuning rules are applicable for FOPDT processes with 0:1 < d= < 1. 1/4 Decay Ratio Settings Z-N tuning for the FOPDT model. Controller K c T I T D P (=K p d),,,, PI 0:9(=K p d) 3:33d,, PID 1:2(=K p d) 2:0d 0:5d 41

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