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2005-04-11

Development of a Rule-based Calibration Method for Diesel Engines 2005-01-0044

An alternative calibration logic for engine control maps of the modern diesel engine has been developed for efficient engine calibration. This logic consists of both a fuzzy rule-based calibration and numerical optimization with DoE, (design of Experiments). This logic reduced more than 50% of calibration time against DoE. In this paper, we describe the concept and performance of the logic in detail. Especially, the details of the calibration algorithm are described.

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