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FINAL YEAR PROJECT SYNOPSIS

[Progress Report Presentation]

Implementation & Demonstration


Of
PID Controls

CIRCLE PROFILE
CIRCLE NAME

: THE ANTHELIONS

MEMBERS

: SACHIN MAHAJAN
SHILPESH SINHA
MAYANK BAMBORIA
RINKI YADAV

COURSE

: B.Tech E.C.E

COORDINATORS : Mr. UPENDRA KUMAR


Mrs. MANJEET KAUR
FACILLITATOR

: Mr. CHAMAN NASA

ROJECT OVERVIEW

PROJECT NAME

: IMPLEMENTATION & DEMONSTRATION OF PID CONTROLS

HARDWARE

: ARDUINO UNO BASED LINE FOLLOWER

SOFTWARE

: OPEN SOURCE ARDUINO PLATFORM

PROJECT REQIREMENTS : Basic knowledge about PID controls


Basic programming skills in C

COMPONENTS REQUIRED : Chassis


Arduino Uno Board
300 RPM DC motors
L293D motor driver
IR sensor array module

CK DIAGRAM OF PID CONTROL SYSTEM

3/26/15

The system output (also called the process variable) with a sensor and compared to
the reading to the reference value (also called the set point).
Reference and the measured output are compared and the result is an error value
which is used in calculating proportional, integral, and derivative responses.
Summing the three responses to obtain the output of the controller.
The output of the controller is used as an input to the system you wish to control,
changing some aspect of the system.

OBJECTIVES

Industrial automation has three main parts; Kinematics, Dynamics and


Controls.

The main objective of this particular project is to train ourselves on


the Controls part of Automation devices.

PID controls implemented in this project is one of the most


important and widely used industrial control technique.

ACT

PLAN
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ACTIVITY CHART

SCOPE OF THE PROJECT


Color detection
Line following automatically
PID control implementation
Reduce oscillations in
dynamic motion
Analysis of the impact of P,I and
D parameters.

ORK IN PROGRESS!

We have already assembled the hardware and currently testing and


troubleshooting our code.

Also our project was kept in the Amity Tech Gallery.

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ORK IN PROGRESS!

We are studying the control technique in three


phases as follows:

Proportional Control [P]


Proportional & Integral Control [PI]
Proportional Integral & Derivative Control [PID]

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P Control

In the P controller algorithm, the controller output is proportional to the error signal,
which is the difference between the set point and the process variable.

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PI Control

PI controller will eliminate forced oscillations and steady state error


resulting in operation of on-off controller and P controller respectively.

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EST RESULTS

GREEN LINE- P Control


RED LINE- PI Control

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bsequent Plan
Our

next aim is to thoroughly study the PID


control technique and prepare a code for its
implementation.

We

also plan to optimize our hardware for more


clear and accurate results.

We

are currently using the Hit & Trial method for


our code.
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References
[1] http://arduino.cc/home
[2]
https://www.google.co.in/?
gfe_rd=cr&ei=hStqVLqqO6vM8gfNgoHIAg&gws_rd=ssl#q=DC+motor;
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DC_motor
[3]
https://www.google.co.in/?
gfe_rd=cr&ei=GSxqVJOuCIvV8gffooCwDg&gws_rd=ssl#q=l293d;
http://www.engineersgarage.com/electronic-components/l293d-motor-driver-ic
[4]
https://www.google.co.in/?
gfe_rd=cr&ei=Gi1qVIbUBYPV8geGnoGYBg&gws_rd=ssl#q=IR+sensor,
http://www.azosensors.com/Article.aspx?ArticleID=339

Thank You!