Diab Control System
Sammanfattning: In order to control a system or process a PID-regulator is often used although they can be diﬃcult to tune so that they give the system a preferred behaviour. The goal with this project is to tune a PID-controller that controls the temperature of a large water tank. The initial systems temperature ﬂuctuates around the set temperature by +/- 1◦C and our goal is to reduce it to +/- 0.5◦C. The project will use the parametric method of a step response in order to evaluate the systems behaviour into a transfer function model that can be PID-tuned. The system was modeled into a a ﬁrst order model that matches the heating and cooling separately although not together since they have diﬀerent time constants. Therefore a second order model was made. This model did not match the collected data very good but is used to get a better understanding of the system and ﬁgure out what kind of parameters that are required in order to create a better matching model. The ﬁnal conclusion is that in order to get a matching transfer function of the plant a second order model or higher must be uses and also that more data distributed along more parameters need to be logged in order to understand the entire system behaviour.
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