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Development of Motorcycle Engine Starting System Simulation Considering Air-Fuel Ratio Control
Published November 05, 2017 by Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan in Japan
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Recently the response of the engine speed at starting has more importance than ever for quick start satisfying rider’s needs, as well as exhaust emissions. We have developed a simulation for studying engine and starter specifications, engine control algorithm and other engine control parameters. This system can be utilized to realize appropriate starting time by considering air-fuel ratio under various conditions.
This paper addresses what are taken account of in our method. Examples applying this to a conventional motorcycle engine are shown.
CitationItou, Y., Itou, D., and Iida, M., "Development of Motorcycle Engine Starting System Simulation Considering Air-Fuel Ratio Control," SAE Technical Paper 2017-32-0045, 2017.
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