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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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.
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.
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2) Heon-Su Ryu, Ki-Young Jung, Jeong-Do Park, Young-Hyun Moon, Hong-Woo Rhew, "Extended Integral Control for Load Frequency Control with the Consideration of Generation-Rate Constraints", 2000 IEEE.
Therefore the response with integral control is slow during the transient period.
The ECB and the Bank of Japan use a proportional and integral control rule that stabilises the price level.