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PID efficiency and Feedback

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PID efficiency and Feedback

PID efficiency and feedback

 

  • When using a well-tuned PID, it is sometimes interesting to know its performance (energy saving, waste reduction) compared to the disturbance rejection and other controllers that could be obtained by simply replacing a PID, IMC, PFC, MPC  by the #relaxc controller.

    The free site http://relaxc.appedge.com allows to calculate a well balanced PID with its performance index and at the same time the Relaxc ( #relaxctuner) setting with its performance index.
  • This site is also for the 220 people who downloaded the trial version of #relaxc to evaluate it.

https://shop.exchange.se.com/en-US/apps/55444/relaxc---critical-process-loop-control---trial-version
For those who want the last version (V5) more powerful, write me


Do not hesitate to send me your feedback on the quality of this original PID tuning and your comparison results with #Relaxc.

Thank

 

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