Revista Ingeniería 07/2011; 13(1-2). DOI: 10.15517/ring.v13i1-2.618


The general problem of finding the controller optimal parameters using integral performance criteria is presented. The tuning method developed by López, Rovira, and Kaya and Sheib are described. A new set of equations to obtain the optimal parameters of a PI and PID controllers under the IAE and ITAE performance criteria are presented. Using simulation comparisons, the advantages of the new tuning relations are demonstrated.

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