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A control orientated combustion model

Abstract:

The control of Internal Combustion (IC) engines is dominated by conventional controllers that regulate the engine operating condition to set-points, which are usually derived from steady-state testing. A significant issue is that IC engines can spend much of their time operating under transient conditions, which take the engine away from their optimized steady-state operating conditions. Currently, a variety of ad-hoc methodologies are used to compensate for transient operation, by modifying ...

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Fussey, PM More by this author
Limebeer, DJN More by this author
Journal:
IFAC Proceedings Volumes (IFAC-PapersOnline)
Pages:
490-497
Publication date:
2012
DOI:
ISSN:
1474-6670
URN:
uuid:b5cdd460-63f4-4d42-a3b3-0a0402c00e6b
Source identifiers:
417324
Local pid:
pubs:417324

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