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    Title: 以超穩定性理論設計模式追蹤型PID 控制器之研究
    Authors: 魏榮輝
    Contributors: 崑山科技大學
    Keywords: 模式追蹤
    PID 控制器
    Model Following
    PID Controller
    Adaptive Control
    Hyperstability Theory
    Date: 2004-12
    Issue Date: 2010-11-05 17:46:39 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 崑山科技大學
    Abstract: 本文主要係針對以超穩定性理論設計模式追蹤型PID 控制器進行研究,其中參考模式選擇為PID 控制系統,而使得參考模式之選擇變得非常實用。本文係以超穩定性理論發展一修正後之模式追蹤控制器,此控制器之控制法則可產生一修正信號疊加至傳統PID 控制迴路上,以保證模式追蹤控制之性能。當這修正信號為零時,此模式追蹤控制系統為傳統之PID 控制系統。
    A model-following PID controller design using the hyperstability theory for a nonlinear plant is described in this paper. The reference model in this paper is chosen as a PID control system. This provided a very useful guide for selecting a reference model. In this article, a modified MFC system is developed via the hyperstability theory. A new control algorithm is proposed whereby the supplementary loop gengerates a correction signal and is superposed on the conventional PID control signal to ensure the performances of the MFC. When the supplementary loop signal is null, the MFC system is the conventional PID control system.
    Relation: 崑山科技大學學報第一卷第一期
    Appears in Collections:[崑山科技大學學報] 第1期

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