C program with Fuzzy Logic Controller

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    hi everybody...does anybody could give me the c program with fuzzy logic controller to control the speed of DC motor??please...i want it desperately.

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    That is a ridiculous, impossible, and greedy request.

    It's like you think there is only one type of DC motor on the planet, and only one possible way one could somehow attach one to a computer and control it, and only one possible place to get the logic inputs from, and only one possible thing you could ever make a fuzzy logic algorithm do.

    We cannot help with vastly open-ended requests. You may as well be asking for someone to get you a metal 'thing' for a red car.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss Fine View Post
    hi everybody...does anybody could give me the c program with fuzzy logic controller to control the speed of DC motor??please...i want it desperately.
    Welcome to the forum, Miss Fine!

    Have you thoroughly tried to get help from both Google and the maker of the motor?

    Because DC motors are quite different in characteristics, and so their controllers logic will vary widely, as well. What works for one OK, might burn up another type.

    With the C program, we can help you over most any problem you are having, but divining what you need for the characteristics of your motor - no. We're very doubtful on that.

    You may as well be asking for someone to get you a metal 'thing' for a red car.
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    You could use a stepper motor to have a fine control over the speed of the motor. But since you're asking for completed code, I'm guessing this won't be of much help to you.

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    Look-up PWM Pulse Width Modulation it might be what you want.
    It also, might be the wrong direction to take.

    Some, MCU support PWM and some do not.
    Some DC motor work great with PWM, I have never used PWM (except for a simple lab exercise) no idea if there are DC motor that do not work with it.

    No idea, what fuzzy logic mean when it applies to driving DC motors.

    Feedback logic applies to driving DC motors.
    Or non-Feedback logic applies to driving DC motors.

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