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SINTONIZACIÓN DE CONTROLADORES PI Y PID UTILIZANDO MODELOS DE POLO DOBLE MÁS TIEMPO MUERTO

Revista Ingeniería 07/2011; 16(2). DOI: 10.15517/ring.v16i2.663

ABSTRACT Resumen Se presentan nuevas reglas para la sintonización de controladores PI y PID que optimizan los criterios de error integral IAE e ITAE, con base en un modelo de segundo orden (polo doble) más tiempo muerto. Mediante comparación por simulación, se muestran las ventajas obtenidas al utilizar estas nuevas ecuaciones sobre las que emplean modelos de primer orden. Palabras clave: controladores PID, sintonización IAE, ITAE, modelos de segundo orden Abstract New tuning rules for IAE and ITAE optimum PI and PID controllers, based on a second order (dual pole) plus time delay model are presented. Using digital simulation, the advantages of the new tuning rules over the ones that use first order models are demonstrated.

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