This lab is an application of feedback control for temperature control. In particular, this lab teaches:
The difference between manual and automatic control
Step tests to generate dynamic data
Fitting dynamic data to build a simple First Order Plus Deadtime (FOPDT) model
Obtaining parameters for a PID control from standard tuning rules
Tuning the PID controller to improve performance
Dynamic modeling with first principles
Dynamic data reconciliation
Model Predictive Control
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This lab is featured in the Dec 2014 issue of CACHE (Compter Aids in Chemical Engineering) News. Below is a link to the article with information on modifications to improve student experience.
We're interested in continuing to improve the lab experience. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for suggestions or comments.
Suthakaran, check out this page for more information on connecting MATLAB / Arduino: http://www.mathworks.com/hardware-support/arduino-matlab.html
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Updated MATLAB interface GUI. Automatically detects COM port.
Added image of Arduino board
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