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In-Cylinder Pressure Sensing and Model-Based Control of a Spark Ignition Engine
Published May 23, 2001 by Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan in Japan
Event: JSAE Spring Conference
Global demands of fuel economy and lower emissions are having an increasing impact on the development of automotive Engine Management Systems (EMS). Cylinder Pressure-based EMS (CPEMS) technology has attracted much attention in recent years since it provides many benefits in engine performance and reliability. The AENEAS Project aims to demonstrate these benefits and provide a cost-effective solution to the application of CPEMS technology. This is made possible by combining new robust sensing technology with model-based control algorithms.
This paper describes the background to this project. Results are included to demonstrate some of the benefits of CPEMS technology.
- Claudio Cavalloni - Kistler Instrumente AG
- Marco Gnielka - Kistler Instrumente AG
- Rainer Müller - DaimlerChrysler AG
- Martin Hart - DaimlerChrysler AG
- Gerhard Krötz - EADS AG
- Christoph Richter - EADS AG
- Anthony Truscott - Ricardo Consulting Engineers Ltd.
- Andrew Noble - Ricardo Consulting Engineers Ltd.
- Ashu Akoachere - Ricardo Consulting Engineers Ltd.