Reconstruction of the Cylinder Pressure from Vibration Measurements for Prediction of Exhaust and Noise Emissions in Ethanol Engines 1999-01-1658
There are growing demands for condition monitoring of IC engines, and therefore any method in order to improve the performance of the engines ought to be evaluated. This paper proposes a new approach for the prediction and optimisation of noise and exhaust emissions in IC engines.
The idea is to reconstruct the cylinder pressure from vibration measurements on the engine surface by using the complex cepstrum method [3, 4]. The reconstructed cylinder pressure is further used as input in Multivariate models, based on cylinder pressure, for estimating noise and exhaust emissions. This paper demonstrates the applicability of the method for modelling of noise and exhaust emissions
Citation: Zurita V., G., Ågren, A., and Pettersson, E., "Reconstruction of the Cylinder Pressure from Vibration Measurements for Prediction of Exhaust and Noise Emissions in Ethanol Engines," SAE Technical Paper 1999-01-1658, 1999, https://doi.org/10.4271/1999-01-1658. Download Citation
Grover Zurita V., Anders Ågren, Esbjörn Pettersson
Luleå University of Technology
Noise & Vibration Conference & Exposition
Proceedings of the 1999 Noise and Vibration Conference-P-342