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|Abstract||Rapid Prototyping of embedded hardware/software systems is important, because it shortens the path from specification to the final product. Prototypes play a major role in decision making, concept and design validation, feature and limit exploration, as well as design verification in every phase of the product development cycle, including product planning, requirement engineering, and product development. Rapid prototyping of embedded systems can emulate different kind of processes, through the mathematical modelling that represent their dynamic characteristics. This make easier to emulate different control strategies, which can interact with the real signals of the embedded process, making a better approach of the real response than a simple simulation. This paper presents the results of the emulation of the dynamic behaviour in the study case to work, in order to validate control strategies like PID and Fuzzy, using the concepts of rapid prototyping and hardware-in-the-loop (HIL). To achieve this objective, two embedded systems were employed, the first one to emulate the dynamics of the process, and the second one to implement the control strategy. Both systems were interconnected using the Controller Area Network protocol (CAN). The principal contribution of this work is the methodological development in the application of the control strategies through HIL|
|Item Type||Journal Article|
|Title||Rapid Prototyping using HIL, PID and Fuzzy Logic Controller|
|Author||Daw M Alzentani|
Almokhtar M Alzhari
|Publication||International Journal of Control|
|Tags||HIL, CAN bus, Fuzzy controller, PID controller|