How to Reduce Discontinuities, Nonlinearities and Oscillations in Split Range Control

Update 3: Here’s Greg’s review of the demo/seminar.

Update 2: The video player was having issues so I’ve removed the embedded version.

Update and bump: Here is the video recording (546Mb download).

Here are the slides (download) for today’s presentation:

Original post: Modeling and Control blog’s Greg McMillan resumes his online demonstration / seminar (a.k.a. deminar) series this Wednesday, March 9, 2011. The subject will be PID and PIDPlus Split Range Control–How to reduce the discontinuity, nonlinearity, and oscillations across the split range point.

The deminar will begin at 10am North American Central time (16:00 UTC). To join us live, visit http://bit.ly/JC-LiveMeeting. Computer audio will be available. Should you encounter any audio difficulties, here are dial in alternatives:

  • Toll-free: +1 (877) 771-7176
  • Toll: +1 (225) 383-1099
  • Participant code: 264679

This will be Greg’s 12th deminar. The prior 11 have been recorded and are available for viewing on demand. Here’s list with links to the recording and presentation available for download:

Greg shares quite a bit of his wisdom in these seminars to help you improve the performance of your plant. We hope you’ll be able to join us live, or if not, take advantage of one or more of the recorded versions. I’ll update this post with the recorded version once it’s uploaded and available.

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