The single, cascade, and feedforward loop labs are representative of 99% of the industrial processes if you scale the process gains, lags, and delays so that the controller gain setting is approximately the same and integrated errors are multiplied by a correction factor that is ratio of the actual to modeled process reset time setting. The main exception is exceptionally fast processes (e.g. liquid pressure and compressor surge) where the PID module execution time must be less than 500ms.
Note that the process control lab interface uses the term “delay” for “dead time” (time after an input change to the start of the output response) and “lag” for “time constant” (time from the start of the output response to 63% of the final value of the output for self-regulating processes). Note also that process Lag 2 should be set to match the largest time constant in the process. For integrating processes, the integrating process gain has units of %/sec/% or 1/sec and is the ratio of the process gain to process Lag 2. For runaway processes, process Lag 2 is a positive feedback time constant.
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