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how to design fractional order pid controller in matlab using simulink?

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sakthi siva
sakthi siva on 6 Feb 2014
Commented: Daud sibtain on 8 Sep 2020
design of fractional order pid controller in matlab


Daud sibtain
Daud sibtain on 8 Sep 2020
There is a FOMCON block add this block into your library of your matlab and then enjoy. Or you can also write a code just like PID and can also integrate into the simulink block.

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Yazan Qiblawey
Yazan Qiblawey on 17 Nov 2017
Hi, you may check this website, it includes a toolbox for that, it works in MATLAB/SIMULINK


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Mukhtiar Ahmad
Mukhtiar Ahmad on 18 Sep 2019
Dear sir, I am an engineering student and struggling to install the FOMCON toolbox in the MATLAB 2016a.
Please help me the steps i need to follow to install it. If there is any tutorial please help me sir.
Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson on 20 Sep 2019
Mukhtiar Ahmad:
Click on "Download from GITHUB". Save the file that comes up in a convenient directory that is not underneath where MATLAB itself is installed.
Now use your system utilities to expand the .zip file, which will create a new directory named AlekseiTepljakov-fomcon-matlab-e78e310
Now in MATLAB, give the command pathtool . When it comes up, click on "Add with subfolders" and use your system navigation features to navigate to the directory AlekseiTepljakov-fomcon-matlab-e78e310 that you created a moment ago. Click to "Open" that directory. This will bring up a number of names in the "MATLAB search path list".
Now before doing anything else, go to the left side of that window and click "Move to bottom", Now you can click Save and then Close.
The toolbox is now available for you to use from any directory.
Mukhtiar Ahmad
Mukhtiar Ahmad on 24 Sep 2019
@Walter Roberson
Thanks a lot for kind considersation and guidance, i follow all your instructiona and i got these things that i attach with it.
Thanks & Best Regards

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