On-line controller tuning by matlab using real system responses

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2004
Pektaş, Seda
This thesis attempts to tune any controller without the mathematical model knowledge of the system it is controlling. For that purpose, the optimization algorithm of MATLAB® 6.5 / Nonlinear Control Design Blockset (NCD) is adapted for real-time executions and combined with a hardware-in-the-loop simulation provided by MATLAB® 6.5 / Real-Time Windows Target (RTWT). A noise-included model of a DC motor position control system is obtained in MATLAB® / SIMULINK first and simulated to test the modified algorithm in some aspects. Then the presented methodology is verified using the physical plant (DC motor position control system) where tuning algorithm is driven mainly by the real system data and the required performance parameters specified by a user defined constraint window are successfully satisfied. Resultant improvements on the step response behavior of DC motor position control system are shown for two case studies.

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S. Pektaş, “On-line controller tuning by matlab using real system responses,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2004.