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Chapter 12 Problem 3E
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Step 2 of 11
Write the expressions for controller settings derived from Equation (1).
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(2)

(3)
Consider the process transfer function.
(4)

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Step 3 of 11
(a)
Determination of the PI controller settings for the design using direct synthesis method
follows:
Substitute 2 for

, 0.2 for

, 1 for

, 0.2 for

in Equation (2).

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Substitute 1 for

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in Equation (3).

and

are

and

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Step 4 of 11
(b)
Determination of the PI controller settings for the design using direct synthesis method
follows:
Substitute 2 for

Substitute 1 for

, 0.2 for

, 1 for

, 1.0 for

in Equation (2).

in Equation (3).

and

are

, and

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Step 5 of 11
(c)

Consider the design relation for integral of Time Absolute Error (ITAE) of disturbance input a
(5)
Where,
for the proportional mode
for the integral mode.

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## Refer Table 12.3 for the values of A and B.

Substitute

for

in Equation (5).

(6)
Substitute

for

in Equation (5).

(7)
For P mode, substitute 2 for

, 0.2 for

, 0.2 for

and

, 1 for

, 1 for

for B, in Equati

## , 0.674 for A, and

and

for B, in Equatio

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Step 6 of 11
(d)
The design relation for integral of Time Absolute Error (ITAE) of set point input is,
(8)
Where,
for the proportional mode
for the integral mode.

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## Refer to Table 12.3 for the values of A and B.

Substitute

for

in Equation (5).

(9)
Substitute

for

in Equation (5).

(10)
For P mode, substitute 2 for

, 0.2 for

, 0.2 for

, 1 for

, 1 for

for B, in Equati

for A, and

, and

for B, in Eq

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Step 7 of 11
(e)
A conservative controller setting typically has small values of
The direct synthesis method in part (b) has

## and large values of

, and

The controller using direct synthesis method in part (b) gives more conservative settings.
The ITAE method in part (c) has

, and

The controller using ITAE method in part (c) gives less conservative settings.

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## Thus, controller in the

The controller in

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## gives more conservative settings.

gives less conservative settings.

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Step 8 of 11
(f)
Steps to create the SIMULINK model:

Take the required blocks from the library browser and connect all the blocks as in Figure 1

Double click the step response block and set step time value as 1, initial value as 1 and fin

Double click the transfer function block (Transfer Fcn) and set numerator coefficients as [2
denominator coefficients as [1 1].

Double click the PID controller block and change the controller to PI type. Set the PI contr
form. Set the

value

## value as0.49 for part(c) controller.

Double click the transport delay block and set the delay value of input as 0.2
Double click the simout block and change the parameter to array.
Run the SIMULINK model using F5 key.
Consider the Figure 1.

Figure 1
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Step 9 of 11
Type the following in the MATLAB command window and press enter.
plot(tout,simout,tout,simout1)
legend('controller b)','controller c)');
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Step 10 of 11

The comparison of closed-loop step response to a unit step disturbance for controller b) and
shown in Figure 2.

Figure 2
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Step 11 of 11

Therefore, the simulation of closed-loop step response to a unit step disturbance is execute
is drawn.
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