Speed Control of an Autonomous Robot for Improved Output in an Industrial Packing Section Using Fuzzy
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- January 21, 2022
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The decrease in the quantity of crates conventionally packed in a brewery industry has necessitated the introduction of speed control of an autonomous robot for improved output in an industrial packing section using fuzzy. This is done in this manner, characterizing the study environment and studying the identified dynamic properties of a robotic system (speed and position), designing a Simulink model for the characterized environment, designing a rule base in the environment, designing a Simulink model for Autonomous robot non-linear system speed control in an industrial packing section for an increased output using fuzzy and validating and justifying the quantity of product packed when conventional and when fuzzy is incorporated in the system. The results obtained are 40 crates which are conventionally packed and 66.61 crates packed when fuzzy is in cooperated in the system. With these results obtained, it shows that using fuzzy increased the quantity of crates packed by 24.96%.
Keywords: Non-Linear System, Fuzzy, Autonomous Robot, Packing Section, Simulink Model
Eze, Ukamaka.J.1, Ezeagwu, Christopher Ogwugwuam2 and Ejimofor, Ihekeremma Adindu3 | Full PDF