Tuning of PID Controllers MCQ’s

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This set of Control Systems Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Tuning of PID Controllers”.

1. Phase lag controller:
a) Improvement in transient response
b) Reduction in steady state error
c) Reduction is settling time
d) Increase in damping constant

2. Addition of zero at origin:
a) Improvement in transient response
b) Reduction in steady state error
c) Reduction is settling time
d) Increase in damping constant

3. The input of a controller is
a) Sensed signal
b) Error signal
c) Desired variable value
d) Signal of fixed amplitude not dependent on desired variable value

4. Derivative output compensation:
a) Improvement in transient response
b) Reduction in steady state error
c) Reduction is settling time
d) Increase in damping constant

5. Lag compensation leads to:
a) Increases bandwidth
b) Attenuation
c) Increases damping factor
d) Second order

6. Lag-lead compensation is a:
a) Increases bandwidth
b) Attenuation
c) Increases damping factor
d) Second order

7. Derivative error compensation:
a) Improvement in transient response
b) Reduction in steady state error
c) Reduction is settling time
d) Increase in damping constant

8. Lead compensation leads to:
a) Increases bandwidth
b) Attenuation
c) Increases damping factor
d) Second order

9. Rate compensation :
a) Increases bandwidth
b) Attenuation
c) Increases damping factor
d) Second order

10. Negative exponential term in the equation of the transfer function causes the transportation lag.
a) True
b) False

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