One of the most basic functions of control engineers is
tuning of controllers. There are always several process loops in the
plant necessitate of tuning. The auto tuned Proportional Integral
Derivative (PID) Controllers are designed for applications where
large load changes are expected or the need for extreme accuracy and
fast response time exists. The algorithm presented in this paper is
used for the tuning PID controller to obtain its parameters with a
minimum computing complexity. It requires continuous analysis of
variation in few parameters, and let the program to do the plant test
and calculate the controller parameters to adjust and optimize the
variables for the best performance. The algorithm developed needs
less time as compared to a normal step response test for continuous
tuning of the PID through gain scheduling.
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