integral control

integral control

[′int·ə·grəl kən‚trōl]
(control systems)
Use of a control system in which the control signal changes at a rate proportional to the error signal.
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Rotork has increased the versatility of the CK range of modular electric valve actuators with the introduction of the CK Atronik, an intermediate level integral control option, providing a ready-to-operate actuation solution to meet the standard requirements of many plant specifications.
The technique of integral control is another type of technique of placing the poles.
The importance of NCS and its delay motivates the delay dependant controller, static state feedback integral control. This controller describes the modeling and the stability analysis NCS.
In contrast to proportional feedback control, integral control requires that the output of the controller be related to the time integral of the error signal (i.e., what feeds into the controller is the cumulative past history of the error signal rather than the present state of the controlled variable).
This open board temperature controller is specifically designed with a proportional integral control algorithm to provide the most precise control to thermoelectric (Peltier effect) modules at an economical price.
The state of air-conditioned zone reaches the set state through proportional control, integral control, and differential control.
It works either off a car socket (an integral control system prevents the vehicle battery from draining) or from the mains via the transformer and runs very quietly on both supplies.
Sira-Ramirez, "Sliding modes, delta-modulators, and generalized proportional integral control of linear systems", Asian Journal of Control, vol.
Mainly due to its very slow dynamics, the introduction of an integral mechanism produces large integral control actions.
The daily light integral control provides 17 mol [m.sup.-2] [day.sup.-1](6205 mol [m.sup.-2][year.sup.-1]).