PID controller design for fractional-order systems with time delays
Systems and Control Letters
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Classical proper PID controllers are designed for linear time invariant plants whose transfer functions are rational functions of sα, where 0<α<1, and s is the Laplace transform variable. Effect of inputoutput time delay on the range of allowable controller parameters is investigated. The allowable PID controller parameters are determined from a small gain type of argument used earlier for finite dimensional plants.
Fractional order systems
Linear time invariant plant
PID controller design
Electric control equipment
Three term control systems
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