Calibration Methodologies for Online Optimisation of Diesel Engines with Regard to Emissions, NVH and Performance 2003-26-0008
The ever increasing complexity of engine control systems demands upon the application of new tools and methodologies. For the online optimisation of diesel engines on test beds a number of aspects have to be considered and optimised in parallel to achieve the best compromise for emissions, performance, NVH, etc. For this complex development process Design of Experiments (DoE) is only a first step to be performed. By its implementation into the test bed software the complex process can be effectively handled online. Additional software tools are combined in this development process to exploit the entire potential of HSDI engine control systems with the additional benefit of reducing in parallel the engine development time. Examples of a successful application of these methodologies in series development projects and the results hence achieved are presented.
Citation: Bachler, J., Mathis, P., and Rzehorska, M., "Calibration Methodologies for Online Optimisation of Diesel Engines with Regard to Emissions, NVH and Performance," SAE Technical Paper 2003-26-0008, 2003, https://doi.org/10.4271/2003-26-0008. Download Citation
Johann Bachler, Peter Mathis, Martin Rzehorska
AVL List GmbH, Graz, Austria
Symposium on International Automotive Technology~SIAT 2003