Extra control coefficient additive ECCA-PID for control optimization of electrical and mechanic system


  • Erol Can Erzincan Binali Yıldırım University, School of Civil Aviation, Department of Aviation Electric-Electronics, Erzincan, Turkey




ECCA-PID, decision-making unit, satisfactory response


Proportional Integral Derivative (PID) controllers are frequently used control methods for mechanical and electrical systems. Controller values are chosen either by calculation or by experimentation to obtain a satisfactory response in the system and to optimise the response. Sometimes the controller values do not quite capture the desired system response due to incorrect calculations or approximate entered values. In this case, it is necessary to add features that can make a comparison with the existing traditional system and add decision-making features to optimise the response of the system. In this article, the decision-making unit created for these control systems to provide a better control response and the PID system that contributes an extra control coefficient called ECCA-PID is presented. First, the structure and design of the traditional PID control system and the ECCA-PID control system are presented. After that, ECCA-PID and traditional PID methods’ step response of a quadratic system
are examined. The results obtained show the effectiveness of the proposed control method.


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