Optimal PID Controller Tuning using Simulated Annealing based Internal Model Control

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In this paper, simulated annealing (SA), a heuristic algorithm is used to tune PID based Internal Model Control (IMC) for large and small / systems. PID tuning is effected with SA optimizer. The IMC technique requires tuning of a single parameter, filter constant which in turn is used to find the PID controller parameters: proportional gain, reset time and derivative time. The proposed method uses SA for tuning the filter constant. The proposed method is verified in systems with different / ratio.

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Durairaj*, U., Murugananthan, V., … Lakshmi, R. (2019). Optimal PID Controller Tuning using Simulated Annealing based Internal Model Control. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 9(2), 4536–4539. https://doi.org/10.35940/ijitee.b9021.129219

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