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PID Control System Design and Automatic Tuning using MATLAB/Simulink

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PID Control System Design and Automatic Tuning using MATLAB/Simulink

Liuping Wang

ISBN: 978-1-119-46934-6 October 2019 Wiley-IEEE Press 344 Pages

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Covers PID and state space control systems from the very basics to the advanced topics

This book covers the design and implementation of PID and state space control systems with operational constraints. It provides students, researchers, and industrial practitioners with everything they need to know about PID control systems—from classical tuning rules and model-based design to constraints, automatic tuning, cascade control, and gain scheduled control. Along similar lines to PID control, state space control systems are introduced with emphasis on process control applications such as disturbance rejection, reference following, and operational constraints.  

PID and State Space Control Systems: Design and Implementation using MATLAB/Simulink is comprised of two parts. Part 1 introduces PID control system structures, sensitivity analysis, PID control design, implementation, disturbance observer-based PID control, gain scheduled PID control system, cascade PID control systems, frequency domain-based PID control design, and automatic tuning. It also presents resonant control systems relevant to many engineering applications. The implementation of PID control and resonant control highlights how to deal with operational constraints. Part 2 introduces state space control systems, including state space models, state feedback controller design, observer design, observer error analysis, linear quadratic regulator design, linear quadratic regulator with prescribed degree of stability, and state estimate feedback control. Sharing the same common ground with PID control, and resonant control, Part 2 also presents state space control systems that have the capabilities for disturbance rejection, reference following, and effectively dealing with operational constraints. Both Part 1 and Part 2 contain many original results obtained by the author.

  • Provides unique coverage of PID Control of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), including mathematical models of multi-rotor UAVs, control strategies of UAVs, and automatic tuning of PID controllers for UAVs
  • Provides detailed descriptions of automatic tuning of PID control systems, including relay feedback control systems, frequency response estimation, Monte-Carlo simulation studies, PID controller design using frequency domain information, and MATLAB/Simulink simulation and implementation programs for automatic tuning
  • Includes 19 MATLAB tutorials, in a step-by-step manner, to illustrate the design, simulation and implementation of PID, and state space control systems
  • Assists lecturers, teaching assistants, students, and other readers to learn PID and state space control with constraints and apply the control theory to various areas
  • Supplemented with lecture slides and MATLAB/ Simulink programs featured on the MathWorks website and Wiley’s website

PID and State Space Control Systems: Design and Implementation using MATLAB/Simulink is intended for upper-level undergraduate electrical, chemical, mechanical, and aerospace engineering students, and will greatly benefit postgraduate students, researchers, and industrial personnel who work with control systems and their applications.