Introduction to current and future engine systems and their control systems
Introduction to methods of control and optimization of dynamic systems. Application to real engines. Understand the structure and behavior of drive train systems and their quantitative descriptions.
Physical description and mathematical models of components and subsystems (mixture formation, load control, supercharging, emissions, drive train components, etc.). Case studies of model-based optimal design and control of engine systems with the goal of minimizing fuel consumption and emissions.
Introduction to Modeling and Control of Internal Combustion Engine Systems Guzzella Lino, Onder Christopher H. 2010, Second Edition, 354 p., hardbound ISBN: 978-3-642-10774-0
Prerequisites / Notice
Combined homework and testbench exercise (air-to-fuel-ratio control or idle-speed control) in groups
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