An Introduction to Fuzzy Logic Applications, 1st Edition by John Harris (auth.)
By John Harris (auth.)
Fuzzy common sense presents a special approach to approximate reasoning in a less than perfect international. this article is a bridge to the foundations of fuzzy common sense via an application-focused method of chosen themes in Engineering and administration. the numerous examples element to the richer ideas acquired via fuzzy common sense and to the probabilities of a lot wider functions.
There are particularly few texts on hand at this time in fuzzy good judgment functions. the fashion and content material of this article is complementary to these already to be had. New components of software are offered in a graded method within which the underlying ideas are first defined. The textual content is greatly divided into elements which deal with procedures and fabrics and likewise method purposes.
the extent permits a range of the textual content to be made for the substance of a senior undergraduate point path. there's additionally enough quantity and caliber for the root of a postgraduate path. A extra constrained and really apt choice offers the fabric for a qualified brief course.
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NN = Near Newtonian. Reynolds number SM= Small MS = Medium small. ME = Medium. ML = Medium large. LA=Large. Friction factor LO = Low. ML = Medium low. MH = Medium high. HI = High. The rule-base is generally specific to the fluid type~ suspensions would normally not be included in the same rule-base as solutions. The following example illustrates the FL method when the pressure gradient is unknown. 2 The friction factor is required for an aqueous solution of carboxymethyl cellulose, which is to be pumped through a pipeline at estimated Reynolds number of 6000.
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