A PID tuned for maximum disturbance rejection in a composition, temperature, and gas pressure loop will exhibit excessive overshoot in the setpoint response unless one of several PID features is used. The options are relatively easy to configure. Here we discuss performance metrics and test results.
What are the relative merits of different PID structures, a setpoint (SP) filter, and analog output (AO) setpoint rate (velocity) limits? Should I seek a general solution I can use all the time and each knob fits a particular purpose, or a controller with fewer knobs that does exactly what...
Anti-reset windup (ARW) protection is a standard feature of industrial PID controllers. In some DCS, ARW limits are adjustable besides output limits. The ARW limits may not be at their best values. ARW default values may not match up with output limits as output scale and engineering units change.