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Electromagnetic Strip Stabilization Control in a Continuous Galvanizing Line using Mixture of Gaussian Model Tuned Fractional PID Controller
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 Title & Authors
Electromagnetic Strip Stabilization Control in a Continuous Galvanizing Line using Mixture of Gaussian Model Tuned Fractional PID Controller
Koo, Bae-Young; Won, Sang-Chul;
 
 Abstract
This paper proposes a fractional-order PID (Proportional-Integral-Derivative) control used electromagnetic strip stabilization controller in a continuous galvanizing line. Compared to a conventional PID controller, a fractional-order PID controller has integration-fractional-order and derivation-fractional-order as additional control parameters. Thanks to increased control parameters, more precise controller adjustment is available. In addition, accurate transfer function of a real system generally has a fractional-order form. Therefore, it is more adequate to use a fractional-order PID controller than a conventional PID controller for a real world system. Finite element models of a strip, which were extracted using a commercial software ANSYS were used as simulation plants, and Gaussian mixture models were used to find optimized control parameters that can reduce the strip vibrations to the lowest amplitude. Simulation results show that a fractional-order PID controller significantly reduces strip vibration and transient response time than a conventional PID controller.
 Keywords
fractional-order proportional-integral-derivative controller;mixture of Gaussian model method;zinc galvanizing line;
 Language
Korean
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