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Book: “PID Control Fundamentals”


The book PID Control Fundamentals provides detailed insight into important topics related to PID control. The tools presented enable the reader to design closed feedback loops with the desired control performance.
The book begins by introducing the one-degree-of-freedom and the two-degrees-of-freedom control structures. Then, types of PID controllers are discussed, and the advantages, as well as the disadvantages, of each type are explained. Suggestions for the application of I, PI, PD, or PID control are given.
Methods for designing the controller transfer function are emphasized, the problem of closed-loop stability is discussed, and, finally, robustness measures are presented.
Throughout the entire book, detailed examples are used for illustration, and Matlab code is given to facilitate the reproduction of the examples presented.

Table of contents:

1 Introduction

2 Closed Loop Control Structure
2.1 One Degree of Freedom Structure
2.2 Two Degrees of Freedom Structure

3 PID Controller Types
3.1 P, I, PI, PD or PID Control
3.2 P Control
3.3 PI Control
3.4 PD Control
3.5 PID Control

4 Stability and Robustness
4.1 Stability
4.2 Stability Margins and Robustness
4.3 Robustness to Plant Variations

5 PID Controller Design
5.1 Pole Placement
5.2 Magnitude Optimum
5.3 Symmetrical Optimum
5.4 Smith Predictor
5.5 Ziegler-Nichols Approach

6 Set Point Filter Design
6.1 Set Point Weighting
6.2 The General Feedforward Approach
6.3 Fast Set Point Response - Set Point Shaping

7 References and Further Readings

8 Symbols and Abbreviations

9 Index

Extract “PID Control Fundamentals”:

PIDControlFundamentalsIntroduction1 PIDControlFundamentalsIntroduction1

PIDControlFundamentalsSymmetricalOptimumExample1 PIDControlFundamentalsSymmetricalOptimumExample2 PIDControlFundamentalsSymmetricalOptimumExample3 PIDControlFundamentalsSymmetricalOptimumExample4 PIDControlFundamentalsSymmetricalOptimumExample5

PIDControlFundamentalsSmithPredictorExample1 PIDControlFundamentalsSmithPredictorExample2


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