Tag Archive: scaling

Aug
19

Fuzzy Logic Control – Example

In this fuzzy logic control workshop contained in Chapter 6 of Advanced Control Foundation – Tools, Techniques, and Applications, the control performance of fuzzy logic control is be compared to the performance of PID control. For this example, the control objective is to reach setpoint in minimum time with no overshoot. Two identical process heaters …

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Aug
12

Fuzzy Logic Control – Commissioning

To allow consistent implementation of control applications, fuzzy logic control may be implemented as a function block. The fuzzy rules and membership functions can be predefined except for the scaling of the membership functions for error, change in error, and change in output.  As addressed in Chapter 6 of Advanced Control Foundation – Tools, Techniques, …

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Aug
05

Fuzzy Logic Control – Implementation

To minimize the time needed to apply fuzzy logic control, most manufacturers offer a version of fuzzy logic control in which the rules and membership functions are pre-defined. As described in Chapter 6 of Advanced Control Foundation – Tools, Techniques, and Applications, , a manufacturer can provide support for auto-tuning by restricting the fuzzy logic …

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Jul
29

Fuzzy Logic Control

Fuzzy logic is a relatively new control technology. In the mid-1970s Mamdani began to investigate fuzzy logic as an alternative to the PID controller and sparked the first practical applications of fuzzy logic in the process control industry. The controller followed rules that generated an output by evaluating the error and the change in error. …

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