Dynamic Modeling of a Port Fuel-Injected Engine with Sensitivity Analysis 2004-01-1771
In the last three decades, the dynamic modeling of internal combustion engines has played critical roles in engine management systems design. This paper outlines a nonlinear dynamic engine model of a port-fuel injected engine, which can be used for control algorithm development. This engine model predicts the mean engine brake torque as a function of engine controls (i.e. throttle angle, spark advance, fuel flow rate).The model has been experimentally identified and validated for a 1.6 liter engine called “Paykan”. In addition, the sensitivity analysis of the model with respect to its parameters perturbation has been accomplished.
A. R. Aslani, M. Shahbakhti, A. Sahraeian, S. M. Hoseinalipoor, S. A. Jazayeri
IRAN KHODRO Engine Research, Design and Manufacturing Co. (IPCO), Iran University of Science and Technology & K. N. T. University of Technology
SAE 2004 World Congress & Exhibition
Modelling: Diesel Engines, Multi-Dimensional Engine, and Vehicle and Engine Systems-SP-1826, Heat Exchangers and Their Simulation, Thermal Management, and Fundamental Advances in Thermal and Fluid Sciences-SP-1818