EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATIONS OF THE METHOD OF DETERMINATION OF OPTIMAL CONTROLLER SETTINGS
A method for finding the optimal PID controller settings is proposed, which takes into account all the shortcomings of the most common engineering methods for finding controller settings. The method is characterized by: simplicity and versatility, which allows determining the optimal controller settings for one iteration; highly accurate identification of the control object, taking into account its nonlinearity, does not require an active experiment, provides improved dynamic properties of systems.
Tuning parameters of controllers are found by the proposed method of finding the optimal settings of the controller and the most common engineering methods for finding the settings of controllers for ACS control objects in the production of nitric acid. In addition to the examples given, a number of control objects with varying degrees of oscillation and inertia are investigated. A comparative analysis of the proposed method with the most common engineering methods for finding controller settings for ACS control objects in the production of nitric acid is performed. The analysis shows that the controller parameters found by the proposed method significantly improve the dynamic properties of the system (the overshoot decreased by 10 times, the regulation time decreased by about 30 %, the static and dynamic errors decreased by 2–3 times).
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