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Light & Engineering 26 (2)

Light & Engineering 26 (2)

Volume 26
Date of publication 07/01/2018
Pages 52-59


Optimization of Intelligent Illumination in University Classroom Based on FMRAS Control Algorithm . L&E 26 (2) 2018
Articles authors:
Wenhao DUN

On-the-job Doctorate, Lecturer. Graduated from the School of Civil Engineering and Architecture of Wuhan University of Technology. The research direction is lighting design for underground engineering. He is the Fellow of Indian Society of Lighting Engineers (ISLE), member of The Institution of Engineers (India), and member of IESNA

Based on the FMRAS control algorithm, the optimization of the intelligent illumination in the classroom was studied, aiming at optimizing the classroom illumination and improving the energy utilization. The FMRAS control algorithm, based on technology, was used to design a fuzzy control system of intelligent illumination in college classroom. The analysis is based on the improved adaptive algorithm Ц FMRAS. After the PWM code is automatically generated, the system can automatically control the lighting of the lamps. Through the research, the result has been obtained: the method designed can meet the needs of the optimization of intelligent lighting in the classroom, and can further improve the efficiency and intelligence of classroom lighting in universities.
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