Postlethwaite, Bruce (1994) Model-based fuzzy controller. Chemical Engineering Research and Design, 72A. pp. 38-46. ISSN 0263-8762Full text not available in this repository. (Request a copy from the Strathclyde author)
Most fuzzy controllers developed to date have been of the rule-based type, where the rules in the controller attempt to model the operators response to particular process situations. These controllers require considerable 'knowledge engineering' in that someone has to gather a collection of rules from knowledgeable operators and then condense them into a consistent rule-base for the controller. An alternative approach to using fuzzy logic in a controller is described in this paper. Instead of attempting to model the operator's decision making process, this controller design uses a fuzzy model of the process itself and imbeds this in a relatively conventional model-based controller. The paper also describes two tests of the controller design. The first is a simple level control simulation, and the second is the temperature control of a laboratory heat exchanger. The results of this work indicate that the fuzzy-model-based controller described here can equal or even exceed the performance of more traditional control techniques, even on quite simple processes.
|Keywords:||fuzzy control, model based control, Chemical engineering, Chemical Engineering(all), Chemistry(all)|
|Subjects:||Technology > Chemical engineering|
|Department:||Faculty of Engineering > Chemical and Process Engineering|
|Depositing user:||Dr. Bruce Postlethwaite|
|Date Deposited:||29 Jun 2010 09:05|
|Last modified:||24 Mar 2017 05:46|