Investigating the surface quality of the burnished brass C3605—fuzzy rule-based approach
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In this work, prediction of burnished surface roughness (R a) is achieved by using a fuzzy rule-based system. The process state variables used were burnishing speed, feed, and depth. The fuzzy rule-based system has achieved an accuracy of 95.4 % to predict the burnished surface roughness and proved to be convenient in terms of least computational complexity and dealing with nonlinear data such as that obtained in this work.
KeywordsFuzzy logic system Surface roughness Burnishing process Brass C3605
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