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    explaining pid controllers

    As title.
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    pid controller c# sourcecode




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    c# pid regulator

    hai...Do U understand well in designing the PID controller. I am also working on designing PID controller for a motion control. It is easy to study theorytically, but when come to the implementation it is quite difficult for the person as me who are new in programing language. I try to develop it by using microsoft foundation VC++ and I still not found a sample code from net to use as a referance. uhm..If u have a source code in C# or C++ or VC++ for P or PI or PID controller please attach it here for me to use as a referance. I have a problem on coding the parameters in programming.

    Ok...tq...bye..

    Agus.



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    c# pid control

    check the link below

    http://www.engin.umich.edu/group/ctm/PID/PID.html

    here tutorial will show you the characteristics of the each of proportional (P), the integral (I), and the derivative (D) controls, and how to use them to obtain a desired response



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    pid control in c++

    PID control refers to a three term controller:

    P: proportional.... P control alone leads to offset (output doesnt reach setpoint)
    I: Integral : I control will remove offset... can introduce oscillations
    D: Derivative: D term can help stabilize system, and but can be sensitive to noise

    Usually used in combination: PI, OR PID depending on situation

    Each term has its own tuning constant.. e.g. so they you can increase the P part, and reduce the I part independently.

    jon



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    pi-controller c#

    agus wrote:

    hai...Do U understand well in designing the PID controller. I am also working on designing PID controller for a motion control. It is easy to study theorytically, but when come to the implementation it is quite difficult for the person as me who are new in programing language. I try to develop it by using microsoft foundation VC++ and I still not found a sample code from net to use as a referance. uhm..If u have a source code in C# or C++ or VC++ for P or PI or PID controller please attach it here for me to use as a referance. I have a problem on coding the parameters in programming.

    Ok...tq...bye..

    Agus.
    for your reference
    http://www.microchip.com/stellent/id...pnote=en021807

    http://www.pvbrowser.org/pvbrowser/s...ontroller.html



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    explain pid controllers

    Try a search on "PID" in the books upload/download section of this forum.
    You ll find some basic explanations as well as advanced topics



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