The rise of industrial automation in recent years has paved the way for increasingly advanced control systems. A central concept underpinning these advancements is ‘adaptive control’. Essentially, adaptive control systems are designed to adjust their own parameters and structure in response to changing conditions or disturbances in the system.
This self-modifying feature enables the system to maintain a high level of performance, even in the face of unexpected or dynamic conditions. This article will discuss the principles of adaptive control systems and their applications in industrial automation.
Fundamental Principles of Adaptive Control Systems
The Concept of Adaptability
The fundamental characteristic that sets adaptive control systems apart from other control strategies is their ability to adapt.…Continue reading