Factory PID
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Factory PID

TI

TI

PI

LE

LT

PI

FI

TI

TI

FCV

F Y

FT

T Y

TCV

TI

PI

PI

LCV

FI

LY

6

8

9

7

4

3

6

LCV

LY

FI

TI

5

6

6

7

Ti

Pi

2

6

TI

PY

PCV

PT

PE

7

9

TI

1

7

5

5

5

LAH

LAL

LIC

TAL

TAH

TRC

TT

FAL

FAH

FE

PAL

PRC

PAH

LAH

LAL

LT

LE

LIC

3"Sch 40 CS

T-101

FRC

3"Sch 40 CS

E-106

6"Sch 40 CS

4"Sch 40 CS

2"Sch 40 CS

4"Sch 40 CS

P-102A

4"Sch 40 CS

P-102B

2"Sch 40 CS

Toluene

2"Sch 40 CS

E-104

4"Sch 40 CS

4"Sch 40 CS

4"Sch 40 CS

Fuel Gas

12"Sch 10 CS

TE

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publish time: 2021-06-04
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A factory proportional-integral-derivative controller (PID controller or a three-term controller) is a control loop mechanism employing feedback widely used in industrial control systems and a variety of other applications requiring continuously modulated control. PID controllers are the workhorse of modern process control systems, as they automate regulation tasks that otherwise would have to be done manually. The control task done by the operator is called feedback control because the operator changes the firing rate based on feedback from the process via the temperature gauge. To explore the application of PID controllers to the room temperature and humidity control system, a factory engineer can consider a single-zone cooling system, as shown in the attached diagram.

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