Adaptive neuro fuzzy inference system applications in chemical processes

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2003
Güner, Evren
Neuro-Fuzzy systems are the systems that neural networks (NN) are incorporated in fuzzy systems, which can use knowledge automatically by learning algorithms of NNs. They can be viewed as a mixture of local experts. Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy inference system (ANFIS) is one of the examples of Neuro Fuzzy systems in which a fuzzy system is implemented in the framework of adaptive networks. ANFIS constructs an input-output mapping based both on human knowledge (in the form of fuzzy rules) and on generated input-output data pairs. Effective control for distillation systems, which are one of the important unit operations for chemical industries, can be easily designed with the known composition values. Online measurements of the compositions can be done using direct composition analyzers. However, online composition measurement is not feasible, since, these analyzers, like gas chromatographs, involve large measurement delays. As an alternative, compositions can be estimated from temperature measurements. Thus, an online estimator that utilizes temperature measurements can be used to infer the produced compositions. In this study, ANFIS estimators are designed to infer the top and bottom product compositions in a continuous distillation column and to infer the reflux drum compositions in a batch distillation column from the measurable tray temperatures. Designed estimator performances are further compared with the other types of estimators such as NN and Extended Kalman Filter (EKF). In this study, ANFIS performance is also investigated in the adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy control of a pH system. ANFIS is used in specialized learning algorithm as a controller. Simple ANFIS structure is designed and implemented in adaptive closed loop control scheme. The performance of ANFIS controller is also compared with that of NN for the case under study.

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E. Güner, “Adaptive neuro fuzzy inference system applications in chemical processes,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2003.