Proportional Pressure reducing/relieving valve.

Discussion in 'The Projects Forum' started by manuatl, Sep 25, 2015.

  1. manuatl

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    Sep 25, 2015
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    I want to use a proportional valve for controlling the pressure in a tank/cylinder. In our design we need to have two profiles for PC valve. The profiles have to be time based. One profile is to build the pressure from 0 bar to 50 bar in 2 Secs and another to drop the pressure from 50 bar to 0 bar in 2 Secs (see figure below). Profile is shown in attachment. The PC valve I am using is Reducing/Relieving valve. Does my design require a PID? Any help is appreciated....

    The accuracy isn't that much stringent. I am a newbie in the field of hydraulics.
    The valve I have chosen is, pressure reducing/relieving. My doubt is, whether I can achieve the requirement as per in graph using an Open loop method. Or should I go for a closed loop method (using PID/similar) since over the period the spring constant of valve may get changed and thus the pressure values as per current rating.
     
  2. BR-549

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    If you want those pressure steps for those milliseconds, I believe you will need a processor.
     
  3. MaxHeadRoom

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    Normally a Hyd proportional valve requires some kind of PID control.
    Max.
     
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