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Technical Paper
2017-03-28
Author(s): Leek, V., Ekberg, K., and Eriksson, L.
1 Today’s need for fuel efficient vehicles, together with increasing engine component complexity, makes optimal control a valuable tool in the process of finding the most fuel efficient contr....
Journal Article
2017-03-28
Author(s): Cavina, N., Ranuzzi, F., De Cesare, M., and Brugnoni, E.
Abstract The most recent European regulations for two- and three-wheelers (Euro 5) are imposing an enhanced combustion control in motorcycle engines to respect tighter emission limits, and Air-Fuel Ra....
Technical Paper
2017-03-28
Author(s): Song, P., Xie, S., Zhong, Y., and Gao, B.
Abstract This paper presents a unified creep-speed controller specifically designed for the automated parking system of an automated manual transmission vehicle, whereby the engine management system, ....
Journal Article
2017-03-28
Author(s): Zhu, Q., Prucka, R., Prucka, M., and Dourra, H.
Abstract This research proposes a control system for Spark Ignition (SI) engines with external Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) based on model predictive control and a disturbance observer. The propose....
Journal Article
2017-03-28
Author(s): Pervez, N., Kue, A., Appukuttan, A., Bogema, J. et al.
Abstract Designing a control system that can robustly detect faulted emission control devices under all environmental and driving conditions is a challenging task for OEMs. In order to gain confidence....
Technical Paper
2017-03-28
Author(s): Wiese, A., Stefanopoulou, A., Buckland, J., and Karnik, A.
Abstract Low-Pressure Exhaust Gas Recirculation (LP-EGR) has been shown to be an effective means of improving fuel economy and suppressing knock in downsized, boosted, spark ignition engines. LP-EGR i....
Journal Article
2017-03-28
Author(s): D'Amato, A., Wang, Y., Filev, D., and Remes, E.
Abstract Government regulations for fuel economy and emission standards have driven the development of technologies that improve engine performance and efficiency. These technologies are enabled by an....
Technical Paper
2017-03-28
Author(s): Friedrich, C., Compera, Y., Auer, M., Stiesch, G. et al.
Abstract Improving fuel efficiency while meeting relevant emission limits set by emissions legislation is among the main objectives of engine development. Simultaneously the development costs and deve....
Journal Article
2017-03-28
Author(s): Cuapio Espino, V., Bichkar, A., and Osorio, J.
Abstract Software development for automotive application requires several iterations in order to tune parameters and strategy logic to operate accordantly with optimal performance. Thus, in this paper....
Journal Article
2017-03-28
Author(s): Kokotovic, V. and Buckman, C.
Abstract With the trending electrification of vehicle accessory drives brings new control concepts useful in many cases to optimize energy management within the powertrain system. Considering that dir....
Technical Paper
2017-03-28
Author(s): Li, H., Butts, K., Zaseck, K., Liao-McPherson, D. et al.
Abstract The development of advanced model-based engine control strategies, such as economic model predictive control (eMPC) for diesel engine fuel economy and emission optimization, requires accurate....
Technical Paper
2017-03-28
Author(s): Petrovich, S., Ebrahimi, K., and Pezouvanis, A.
Abstract This paper surveys publications on automotive powertrain control, relating to modern GTDI (Gasoline Turbocharged Direct Injection) engines. The requirements for gasoline engines are optimisin....
Journal Article
2017-03-28
Author(s): Guo, Y.
Abstract Misfire is generally defined as be no or partial combustion during the power stroke of internal combustion engine. Because a misfired engine will dramatically increase the exhaust emission an....
Journal Article
2017-03-28
Author(s): Amini, M., Razmara, M., and Shahbakhti, M.
Electronic throttle control is an integral part of an engine electronic control unit (ECU) that directly affects vehicle fuel economy, drivability, and engine-out emissions by managing engine....
Journal Article
2017-03-28
Author(s): Ravaglioli, V., Stola, F., De Cesare, M., Ponti, F. et al.
Abstract Upcoming more stringent emission regulations throughout the world pose a real challenge, especially in regard to Diesel systems for passenger cars, where the need of additional after-treatmen....
Technical Paper
2017-03-28
Author(s): Xiao, B., Hellstrom, E., Wang, Y., Buckland, J. et al.
Abstract Turbocharger compressors are susceptible to surge – the instability phenomena that impose limitations on the operation of turbocharged engines because of undesired noise, engine torque capabi....
Technical Paper
2017-03-28
Author(s): Arsie, I., Di Leo, R., Pianese, C., and De Cesare, M.
Abstract The development of more affordable sensors together with the enhancement of computation features in current Engine Management Systems (EMS), makes the in-cylinder pressure sensing a suitable ....
Technical Paper
2017-03-28
Author(s): Holmbom, R., Liang, B., and Eriksson, L.
1 Turbocharging plays an important role in the downsizing of engines. Model-based approaches for boost control are going to increasing the necessity for controlling the wastegate flow more ac....
Technical Paper
2017-03-28
Author(s): Thomasson, A., Llamas, X., and Eriksson, L.
1 In modern turbocharged engines the power output is strongly connected to the turbocharger speed, through the flow characteristics of the turbocharger. Turbo speed is therefore an important ....
Technical Paper
2017-03-28
Author(s): Itabashi, S., Murase, E., Tanaka, H., Yamaguchi, M. et al.
Abstract Toyota Motor Corporation has developed a new series of engines under the Toyota New Global Architecture (TNGA) design philosophy, which aims to satisfy customer requirements for both fun-to-d....
Technical Paper
2017-03-28
Author(s): Ranga, A., Surnilla, G., Thomas, J., Sanborn, E. et al.
Abstract Dual fuel injection systems, like PFI+DI (port fuel injection + direct injection system) are being increasingly used in gasoline engine applications to increase the engine performance, fuel e....
Journal Article
2017-03-28
Author(s): Gurel, C., Ozmen, E., Yilmaz, M., Aydin, D. et al.
Abstract Emissions and fuel economy optimization of internal combustion engines is becoming more challenging as the stringency of worldwide emission regulations are constantly increasing. Aggressive t....
Journal Article
2017-03-28
Author(s): Shirai, H., Nakada, H., Matsunaga, A., and Tominaga, H.
Abstract In real-world automotive control, there are many constraints to be considered. In order to explicitly treat the constraints, we introduce a model-prediction-based algorithm called a reference....
Journal Article
2017-03-28
Author(s): Kim, H., Shin, J., and Sunwoo, M.
Abstract With fuel efficiency becoming an increasingly critical aspect of internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles, the necessity for research on efficient generation of electric energy has been grow....
Journal Article
2017-03-28
Author(s): Mohd Azmin, F., Mortimer, P., and Seabrook, J.
Abstract With the introduction in Europe of drive cycles such as RDE and WLTC, transient emissions prediction is more challenging than before for passenger car applications. Transient predictions are ....
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