Fuzzy logic-based decision support system for selection of optimum input shaping techniques in point-to-point motion systems
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CitationHuseyin Bilgic, H., Conker, C., & Yavuz, H. (2021). Fuzzy logic–based decision support system for selection of optimum input shaping techniques in point-to-point motion systems. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part I: Journal of Systems and Control Engineering, 235(6), 795–808. https://doi.org/10.1177/0959651820965705
In this study, a novel fuzzy logic-based decision support system approach to provide assistance in the selection of suitable input shaping techniques is presented. The proposed approach selects the suitable input shaping technique for point-to-point motion type of systems such as precise positioning, crane operations, flexible robotic systems and so on. The problem solution addressed is the selection of the input shaping technique and the settings for the selection of the input shaper. Some of these design issues require extensive expertise in command shaping and system modeling studies. To overcome these problems and the necessity for such an expertise in these application areas, the proposed technique is provided as a solution. The presented study also provides a review of input shaping methods as well as their advantages and disadvantages in terms of vibration elimination performance, traveling time and robustness features. In the final section of the study, the details of the simulations, as well as experimental results, are provided to validate the achieved high performance of the proposed technique. The experimental studies are conducted on a Quanser IP02 Gantry Crane experimental setup.