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MODIFIED FUZZY GAIN SCHEDULING OF PID CONTROLLERS. B.HEMAKUMAR. OBJECTIVES. To obtain responses for various SISO processes using fuzzy gain scheduling of PID controller and to compare this with conventional PID controller response.

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modified fuzzy gain scheduling of pid controllers

MODIFIED FUZZY GAIN SCHEDULING OF PID CONTROLLERS

B.HEMAKUMAR

objectives
OBJECTIVES
  • To obtain responses for various SISO processes using fuzzy gain scheduling of PID controller and to compare this with conventional PID controller response.
  • To implement fuzzy gain scheduled controller for four tank MIMO process.
  • To perform real time implementation on SISO process using fuzzy gain scheduled PID controller and to compare it with conventional PID controller.
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DESIGN OF FUZZY GAIN SCHEDULING OF PID CONTROLLERS

This scheme utilities fuzzy rules and reasoning to determine the controller parameters for PID controller to generate the control signals.

WORKING RANGE FOR Kp AND Kd

Kc,min = 0.4Ku; Kc,max = 0.55Ku

Kd,min = 0.09KuTu; Kd,max = 0.16KuTu

NORMALISATION:

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Ti = α Td

For fuzzy set small,

μsmall (x) = - ¼ ln(x) or xsmall (μ) = e-4µ

For fuzzy set big,

μbig (x) = - ¼ ln(1 - x) or xbig (μ) = 1 - e-4µ

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µi = µAI [e(k)] µBI [ e(k)]

Based on µi, the values of Kc’ and Kd’ for each rule are determined from their corresponding membership functions.

conclusion
CONCLUSION
  • The proposed gain scheduling scheme uses fuzzy rules and reasoning to determine the PID controller parameters. The scheme had been tested on various SISO processes and MIMO process in simulation using C language and Matlab Software and satisfactory results were obtained.
  • The responses obtained revealed that the proposed scheme i.e. the fuzzy gain scheduling yields reduced overshoot, settling time, rise time, delay time and peak time in comparison with the conventional PID controller. The real time implementation of a third order SISO process has been carried out and satisfactory response is obtained for fuzzy gain scheduled PID controller.
references
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  • Edward Gatzke, Edward S. Meadows, Chung Wang and Francis J. Doyle, “ Model Based Control of a Four Tank System”, University of Delaware,Newark,1999.
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