SETTING UP FUZZY MODELING OF PLASTIC SURFACE DEVELOPMENTS

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ZAHID H. I. KHOKHAR

Abstract

Modeling is an art to develop relationships. Experiments were carried out in an open atmosphere. Samples were prepared of various percentages of different additives which were blended from same sheet plastic. Equally sized samples were presented to sun light at a definite elevation and facing. Day by day the effects were noted. Information supposed as of field is put into a fuzzy interface of inputs: Time and additive with output: development considering gust and sun light averagely constant. Memberships are assigned to each variable. Selecting an additive at moment; its percentage addition time effects are expressed in ready surface view. Type of additive may be incorporated.

Keywords:
Fuzzy interface model, additive, sun light, plastic, surface developments, healthy products.

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I. KHOKHAR, Z. H. (2019). SETTING UP FUZZY MODELING OF PLASTIC SURFACE DEVELOPMENTS. Journal of Basic and Applied Research International, 25(6), 278-282. Retrieved from http://www.ikprress.org/index.php/JOBARI/article/view/4795
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Short Research Articles

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