Contents

- Control
- Good control
- Feedback control
- Program control
- PID control
- Control cycle
- Time division proportional operation
- Operating gap
- Dead time
- Responsibility
- Rise
- Overshoot
- Disturbance
- Cycling
- hunting
- Well-balanced state
- Stability
- Offset steady-state deviation
- Heat capacity
- Heater capacity
- SP: Abbreviation of set point
- PV: Abbreviation of present value
- e: deviation, difference between set value SV and present value PV
- P: Proportional width or proportional control
- I: Integration time or integration control
- D: Differentiation time or differential operation
- AT: Auto tuning

### Control

Control is derived from the Latin contrarotulare, where contra means “to” and rotarye means “scroll”. When these are combined, the control comes from the fact that “if there is a difference, it will be corrected according to the authority (standard) described on the scroll”.

In JIS terms, control is defined as “adding necessary operations to a target object so as to fit a certain purpose.”

### Good control

Good control is control that does not change and does not violate.

1. Fewer transients = better responsiveness, less overshoot to hunting

2. Fast transition to steady state = good stability

3. No steady-state error (Offset)

There are three features.

### Feedback control

What should be done next after measuring the manipulated effects? How to think and control

### Program control

Control that changes the set value every time set in the program

### PID control

Proportional action ( P action) that outputs an output proportional to the deviation between the present value (PV) and the set point (SP);

Integral action ( I action) that outputs an output proportional to the integral of the deviation,

Control method that outputs the sum of Derivative Action (D action) that outputs an output proportional to the derivative of the deviation

### Control cycle

According to the preset time period, it is turned on for a certain time and turned off for the remaining time. This preset time period is called the control period. It seems that there are many things that can be set freely from 10 to 0.5 seconds.

### Time division proportional operation

A method that turns on for a certain time and turns off for the remaining time according to the control cycle

Controlled by SSR

### Operating gap

(1) The gap for ON-0FF operation.

From turning off the heater temporarily until turning it on again

Also called Hysteresis

② The difference between the temperature at which the temperature turned off at the set temperature and the temperature at which the temperature decreases and turns on again

Also referred to as differential

### Dead time

Heating operation is delayed for a certain time

Dead time appears when the operation point and the detection point are separated to some extent.

The longer the dead time, the more likely the control result is hunting or over-shoot. For temperature control, it is necessary to minimize the dead time as much as possible.

### Responsibility

When the control starts or when the target value is changed, how to respond quickly

### Rise

Heated from room temperature to the set temperature in the initial state

### Overshoot

The temperature goes beyond the set value

### Disturbance

Outside work to disturb something in a stable state

### Cycling

Keep small fluctuations near the set value.

Temperature fluctuations are generally not preferred. It wastes power and fuel and wastes time.

In addition, the heating object may become useless because the heating object temporarily becomes higher than the setting.

However, narrow cycling is normal if within acceptable limits.

### hunting

Even if cycling continues to fluctuate greatly beyond the allowable range and is not desirable for control

### Well-balanced state

Overshoot → Hunting state (transient state) subsides and stable state

### Stability

Transition from a transient state to a steady state and enter a stable state

### Offset steady-state deviation

A deviation in which the manipulated variable becomes too small and the controlled side remains unresponsive.

① Stable deviation from the set value.

(2) In the proportional operation, a certain error occurs even if a stable state is reached due to the heat capacity and heater capacity of the control target. This error value.

When this condition is corrected, it is said to be “filling the offset (reaching the set value)”.

### Heat capacity

Thermal size required by the object to be heated

### Heater capacity

Heating power of heater