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mikemen
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Ziegler formula
mikemen   5/28/2014 1:11:12 PM
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Hello,

Your Ziegler -Nichaels formula seems different from the one in an article on wikipedia.org. Can you please cite your source? Thank you so much!
Ziegler–Nichols method
Control TypeK_pK_iK_d
P 0.50{K_u} - -
PI 0.45{K_u} 1.2{K_p}/P_u -
PID 0.60{K_u} 2{K_p}/P_u {K_p}{P_u}/8

source:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PID_controller

Mike

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re: Proportional-integral-derivative explained
SPLatMan   8/19/2010 5:25:00 AM
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A free PID simulator and easily digested PID tutorial are available at http://splatco.com/skb/2639.htm. This includes an Excel-based method of characterizing your system, and is used by a number of educators. David Stonier-Gibson http://splatco.com

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angie1989   4/16/2010 3:58:50 AM
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Hi, I think this is an interesting and very complete article, because I'm a Enginnering Telecommunications student and I have to do a work about this topic (PID), so this is very usefull for me. Thanks a lot!

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Taktrashe   11/4/2008 6:18:46 AM
hi i am looking for digital simple PID control for controlling temprature . thanks alot

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ir_zamri   12/14/2007 9:11:18 AM
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can i do a PID control system but by using a digital sensors? FYI, i've been using 4 digital sensors in order to control the bidirectional and speed of two dc motors for line tracking purposed. thank you

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