Introduction to PID Control Design
This 2-days course is aimed at engineers, new graduates and those interested in understanding a PID control design. The course starts with basic knowledge of control design in terms of understanding a linear system through computer-aids analysis to sophisticated approach in terms of designing of an effective PID controller for the system.
This course provides an insight to PID controller such as its limitation and also presents various methods that can overcome such implementation issues. An alternative frequency control design, namely Lead-lag compensator is illustrated and its performance is compared against PID controller. Generally, this course provides an overview of PID control techniques and gives general guidelines for analysis and tuning of a PID controller.
The course will be held at Scottish Engineering, 105 West George Street, Glasgow. Tel: 0141 221 3181
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|09.00||Fundamentals of Feedback Control Design|
|10.00||Transfer Functions Modelling of Linear System|
|11.00||Modelling and Simulation|
|11.45||Hands-On Session: Modelling and Simulation|
|13.30||Frequency Response Analysis using Bode and Nicols|
|14.45||Hands-on Session: Frequency Response Analysis of linear system|
|16.00||PID Control Technologies|
|09.00||Basic PID controller Tuning|
|10.00||PID Controller Implementation Issues|
|11.00||Hands-On Session: Practical Issues with PID Implementation|
|12.45||Enhanced Control Design|
|13.45||Discrete-Time System and Control Representation|
|15.15||Hands-on Session: Comparison of PID and lead-lag compensator|
|16.00||Implementation Issues and Time Delay Compensation|