"Stability analysis" in PID controller design

Discussion in 'Homework Help' started by kdar1987, Feb 6, 2010.

  1. kdar1987

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    Hello everyone, I am new on here. New to be on this forum.

    I have to do mini-project for Control and Robotic System class. I have to design PID controller, from one problem, and then simulate it in simulink.

    On part where it ask to do PID controller design, it states "stability analysis". What exactly I have to do on that part? State when, under what conditions, the system is be stable?
     
  2. mik3

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    For, example state the values of Kp, Kd and Ki which make the system stable at a step input change.
     
  3. kdar1987

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    Thanks... I have another question..

    So, I need to have ts equal 3 seconds or less. I set it equal to 2.95 sec.
    then I find wn (4/(zts)) and later C1=2zwn and C2=wn^2
    (While z = 0.9)

    For Kp I get something like 0.689
    Kd is 0.2259
    Ki I set to 0 (for PD controller)

    However.. when I simulate it in Simulink.. it seems like that a limit is applies on vertical axis, not horizontal one. Horizontal being ts.

    I tried different values for z and ts and all doing the same.

    Can someone help me? Why I am getting such results?
     
  4. t_n_k

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    It would be useful if you re-phrased the problem in a more systematic manner and gave a diagram of the system you are trying to control or stabilise. Your design goal is not clear.
     
  5. kdar1987

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    Sorry.. I found my problem.. I forgot feedback loop...
     
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