Proportional Plus Integral Control

When proportional plus integral control is used, the output response to an error gives rise to a slightly higher initial deviation in the output signal compared with that which would be obtained with proportional control on its own (Fig. 8.17). This is due to a contribution in the signal from integral control. However, the oscillations are soon reduced and there is finally no offset. This mode of control finds wide applications since the proportional component is ideal in a process where there are moderate changes, whereas the integral component will allow for large load changes and eliminate the offset that would have occurred.

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