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Robust PID Controller design using optimization method
Transcript of Robust PID Controller design using optimization method
PID design by pole placement
- To study theory for PID controller design by convex-concave optimization
- The controller from convex-concave optimization can be used with magnetic levitation.
- Scope of project
- Design controller
- Convex-concave optimization
- Circle constraint
- Procedure of experiment
Suchol Tiewcharoen 53211844 Surachai Saelim 53211845
Asst. Prof. Dr.-Ing Sudchai Boonto
Robust PID Controller design using
Procedure of experiment
Magnetic Levitation System CE 152
Result PID controller
Result H infinity full order
Result H infinity fix structure
Result PID by convex-concave optimization
Result PID by convex-concave optimization addition constraint kd LIMIT
Result PI+LEAD by convex-concave optimization
- The PID controller from convex-concave optimization will have optimized parameters subject to robustness constraints.
- Calculation can be done quickly although the system has many constraints.
- The result of convex-concave optimization have a performance better than PID controller design by using the general method.
- The controller from convex-concave optimization can be used with real system.
- We can use convex-concave optimization to solve the problem when the objective function is any function but constraints must be convex function.