Tuning PI controllers for stable processes with specifications on gain and phase margins.

  title={Tuning PI controllers for stable processes with specifications on gain and phase margins.},
  author={Ibrahim Kaya},
  journal={ISA transactions},
  volume={43 2},
In industrial practice, controller designs are performed based on an approximate model of the actual process. It is essential to design a control system which will exhibit a robust performance because the physical systems can vary with operating conditions and time. Gain and phase margins are well known parameters for evaluating the robustness of a control system. This paper presents a tuning algorithm to design and tune PI controllers for stable processes with a small dead time while meeting… CONTINUE READING
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