LNU-FUZZY NETWORK AS A MATHEMATICAL ADAPTIVE MODEL OF A HYDRAULIC SYSTEM

Abstract

Model adaptive controllers such as Model Predictive Control or Model Reference Adaptive Control need a precise mathematical model of the controlled system adaptable in real-time. Systems consisting of a hydraulic 4-way proportional valve and a linear motor have non-linear behaviour such as hysteresis of and valve, death zone of a valve spool, time delay of a data transfer and control unit, dependence on coils temperature and oil temperature and nonlinear flow characteristics. This paper introduces modified Neuro-Fuzzy network as a mathematical adaptive model of a hydraulic system with above mentioned properties. The paper presents the basic architecture of Neuro-Fuzzy network which consists of artificial neural units a fuzzy layer and introduces modifications focused on identification. The basic real-time learning method such as Normalized Gradient Descent is introduced specially for the designed Neuro-Fuzzy Network. Identification and real time learning abilities of the model were tested on the hydraulic stand.

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