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Tuning Methods to process control training equipment RT-578

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Tuning Methods to process control training equipment RT-578

    Tuning Methods to process control training equipment RT-578.

    Cipriano Alejandro del Angel Vicente, Claudia Ariana Ramirez, Juan Angel Zamora

    Advisor: Miguel Angel Barron Castelan.

    Instituto Tecnológico Superior de Tantoyuca. Engennering Electronic.

     called controlled system. The variable ABSTRAC. out or real x value of this team, is a

     parameter that want to keep controlled There are several methods that through in a desired value w.

    the PID (Proportional Integral Derivative)

    can generate automatic control. In this When it is a difference between the real work are used particularly two methods, value x and the desired value w, the the Ziegler-Nichols and Cohen-Coon that driver will lead to the system toward the are applied to a team of control for desired value. The parameters are industrial processes. These two methods programmed with the methods of tuning are programmed to control the level, the Ziegler-Nichols and Cohen Coon. This flow, the pressure and temperature of a method will provide two forms of certain amount of fluid contained in a compare which of these is more warehouse transparent. convenient to use when you want to Since not all methods are efficient to control a parameter.

     control with accuracy certain parameters,

    To make the experiments use a training they are looking know which of these

    equipment composed of industrial two methods is more efficient to control

    equipment RT-578. these parameters, or for a given

    This team has a deposit transparent in parameter, which method is more

    which regulates the level and the appropriate.

    pressure, a piping system for regulating

    the flow, and a system of two circuits I. INTRODUCTION

    with heat exchanger plates for the

    temperature regulation. The timing by means of control PID is

     very important, is already in many of the

    different technologies of our II. METHOD OF ZIEGLER-NICHOLS environment. Since the cars we handle

    daily until the nuclear reactors electricity Ziegler and Nichols suggested two generators. In this case apply control to a methods of tuning to determine the team of industrial processes to which it is values of the gain proportional (Kp), the

time integral (Ti) and the time derivative

    (Td) on the basis of transient response

    from a specific methods so-called tuning

    of Ziegler-Nichols.

    FIRST METHOD (Curve of reaction)

    In the first method, the response of a

    plant before an entry step is obtained

     from an experimental basis.

    The driver PID tuned through the first The response curve step unit takes the

    method of the rules of ziegler-Nichols form of S if the plant does not contain

    produces: integrators nor poles dominant complex

    conjugates. This curve is characterized by

    two parameters: the delay time (L) and

     the time constant (T). If the answer is not

    a curve in the form of S is not advisable

    to use this method.

    Therefore, the driver PID has a pole in

    the origin and a double zero in S=-1/L.

    SECOND METHOD (Oscillation

    continuous)

    In this method, first outlined the values of Ti= and Td=0. Subsequently, using only In this case the role of transfer is the action proportional control increases approaching through a system of the first the value of Kp from zero to a critical order with a delay of transport as shown value where the exit show sustained below: oscillations. If such an exit shows no

    oscillations sustained for any value of Kp,

    this method cannot be applied.

    Therefore, the gain and the critical

    period are determined experimentally. In the first method, Ziegler and Nichols

    established the values of Kp, it, and Td in Ziegler and Nichols suggested that the accordance with the formula that values of the parameters Kp, Ti and Td in appears in the following table.

    METHOD OF COHEN-COON (Reaction)