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2003-10-27

Improvement of Neural Network Accuracy for Engine Simulations 2003-01-3227

Neural networks have been used for engine computations in the recent past. One reason for using neural networks is to capture the accuracy of multi-dimensional CFD calculations or experimental data while saving computational time, so that system simulations can be performed within a reasonable time frame. This paper describes three methods to improve upon neural network predictions. Improvement is demonstrated for in-cylinder pressure predictions in particular. The first method incorporates a physical combustion model within the transfer function of the neural network, so that the network predictions incorporate physical relationships as well as mathematical models to fit the data. The second method shows how partitioning the data into different regimes based on different physical processes, and training different networks for different regimes, improves the accuracy of predictions. The third method shows how ensembling different networks based on engine operating parameters can provide greater accuracy than each of the individual networks. Although these methods have been implemented for engine computations, they might hold promise for other applications too.

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