Open Loop Step test used for Process Identification and PID tuning controller by Genetic Algorithms
- 1Universidad Autonoma de Campeche, MÉXICO
- 2Instituto de Ingenieria, Universidad Veracruzana, MEXICO
Res. J. Recent Sci., Volume 5, Issue (1), Pages 16-26, January,2 (2016)
In this article a proposal to solve two control problems from multiple point identification process frequency response of linear models, using an open loop step, is presented. The identified points are used, in one case a PID controller tuning, and the other application deals with transfer function modeling problem, both problems are stated as a nonlinear least squares unconstrained minimization problem. The optimization problem is solved with a simple genetic algorithm.
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