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A continuous time model of the heat exchanger rig previously installed in the engineering workshops at Manchester Metropolitan University is described by Thomson et al. (1989) and simulation and control work carried out on the system is described by Twigg and Thomson (1995).
This assignment is to:
1. develop a discrete model of the heat exchanger rig using Matlab to demonstrate the system's performance;
2. demonstrate how you would achieve accurate control of the temperature output;
3. Implement and test the controller using Matlab and CoDeSys environments.
· Data analysis of the temperature output indicated that the noise component was approximately 5% and consisted of coloured (random walk) noise and with white noise.
· For the purposes of this study it is acceptable to alter the model deadtime or transport lag and select one that simplifies the model, e.g. you could use a lag that is twice the sample time.
Thomson, M., Cassidy, P.G., and Sandoz, D. J. (1989) 'Automatic tuning of PID controllers using a combined time andfrequency domain method.' Transactions of the Institute of Measurement and Control, 11(1): pp. 4047.
Twigg, P.M. and Thomson, M. (1995) ‘OnLine Noise Estimation for Adaptive SPC Loop Control.’ Transactions of the Institute of Measurement and Control , 17(3): pp. 112119.
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You are required to submit an individual report for this assessment that clearly describes the design, implementation and testing of your controller, including:
· Identification of approximate model for controller design;
· Other signal elements;
· Model response;
· Control strategy;
· Implementation strategy.
Report Structure and Style
guidance on writing reports published in the Student Toolkit on the School of
Engineering Students Moodle area.
o Literature survey
o References (see below)
o Appendices, including details of programming and any supporting material and copy of presentation slides
Your report should include at least 5 references to support your design/conclusions, with at least one of each of the following types of reference (use the MMU Harvard style):
1. A published journal paper
2. A standard book