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By J. Harris

Fuzzy good judgment is a comparatively new suggestion in technology purposes. Hitherto, fuzzy good judgment has been a conceptual method utilized within the box of threat administration. Its capability applicability is far wider than that, besides the fact that, and its specific suitability for increasing our figuring out of techniques and knowledge in technology and engineering in our post-modern international is simply simply starting to be preferred.

Written as a better half textual content to the author’s prior quantity ''An creation to Fuzzy good judgment Applications'', the publication is aimed toward expert engineers and scholars and people with an curiosity in exploring the possibility of fuzzy common sense as a knowledge processing package with a wide selection of sensible purposes within the box of engineering technology and develops topics and issues brought within the author’s prior text.

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6. Remarks With the steadily widening variety of materials and their combinations available, the Ashby scheme of performance criteria formulation and the associated charts provides an invaluable broad classification method for most types of engineering solids. There is no equivalent at the present time for liquids and gases. The method could also be extended into non-engineering areas such as the medical and catering fields, each with their own specialist performance criteria. In considering the Ashby charts, it will be recalled that material properties, and therefore performance criteria, are also affected by the material’s service environment, such as temperature.

The onus of the decision can be removed from the designer, to a certain extent, by an agreed weighting of each of the criteria according to its relative importance, which means a management input. The onus may be more fully removed by a method of aggregating or combining the criteria and weighting to provide an overall material performance index (MPI). In effect, this moves the decision upstream in the information processing system. One form of aggregation to find an MPI is by summation of the product of performance and weight for each criterion, thus, performance(i, j ) ∗ weight(j ).

Osbourne Reynolds applied laminar flow viscous flow theory to the observations of Beauchamp Towers and obtained the so-called lubrication approximation equations (which neglect fluid inertia effects). Reynolds drew some important basic conclusions from his studies: (i) Friction effects are due to fluid friction alone. (ii) The load bearing capacity depends upon the lubricant viscosity. (iii) The bearing journal is supported only by the lubricant film. Reynolds analysis still forms the basis of most hydrodynamic lubrication theory for steadily loaded journal bearings.

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