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# A process has the transfer function, K G(s) - ---='-----

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Problem 12.1

A process has the transfer function, K G(s) - ---='----- (lOs + 1)(5s + 1) where K has a nominal value of K = 1. PID controller settings are to be calculated using the Direct Synthesis approach with Tc = 5 min. Suppose that these controller constants are employed and that K changes unexpectedly from 1 to 1 + u. (a) For what values of u will the closed-loop system be stable? (b) Suppose that the PID controller constants are calculated using the nominal value of K = 1 but it is desired that the resulting closed-loop system be stable for lui :S 0.2. What is the smallest value of Tc that can be used? (c) What conclusions can be made concerning the effect that the choice of Tc has on the robustness of the closed-loop system to changes in steady-state gain K?

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