FOPID Controller for Heating Furnaces: Meliorating the Heating Furnace System Performance Using PID Controller with Fractional Elements

Amlan Basu, Sumit Mohanty

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Abstract

Over the years the heating furnace has been vulnerable to explosion, takes much time to heat the substances and has high power consumption problem. Therefore, the book demonstrates about how the performance of the heating furnace can be meliorated using FOPID (Fractional Order Proportional Integral Derivative) controllers that are being designed and tuned using various tuning and optimization techniques. The heating furnace has modeled dynamically in both fractional order and integer order and the performance of the both has been analysed. Also the comparison performance of the heating furnace with PID (Proportional Integral derivative) controllers and FOPID (Fractional Order Proportional Integral Derivative) controllers has also been analysed and discussed. Moreover the dynamic modelling of the heating furnace that has been done both in integer order and fractional order has been achieved using the three basic elements i.e. the mass element, the damping element and the spring element. Also in this book it will be clearly seen that the performance of heating furnace using the various controllers being designed and tuned has drastically improved in terms of steady state error, overshoot and settling time i.e. in other words in terms of power consumption, vulnerability of getting exploded and time taken to heat the substances respectively.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationIndia
Number of pages118
Publication statusPublished - 6 Jun 2016

Keywords

  • Fractional Order Proportional Integral Derivative
  • FOPID
  • proportional Integral derivative
  • PID
  • heating furnace
  • power consumption
  • furnace performance

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