Browse Publications Technical Papers 2005-01-3894
2005-10-24

Analytical Assessment of Simplified Transient Fuel Tests for Vehicle Transient Fuel Compensation 2005-01-3894

Good air/fuel ratio (A/F) control is essential to high quality combustion performance, drivability and emissions in internal combustion engine powered vehicles. Cold start and transient fuel wall wetting effects cause significant A/F control challenges in port fuel injected (PFI) engines. Transient fuel compensation (TFC) strategies are used to help control the A/F during cold starts and transient load and RPM conditions for good vehicle performance, but developing optimum TFC strategies and calibrations in a vehicle with many competing effects is very difficult. Thus, simplified transient tests such as fuel or throttle perturbation tests are often used to develop and validate new strategies or calibrations for use in vehicle. This paper will illustrate the use of a validated physical model to analytically assess the value of fuel and throttle perturbation tests for developing a TFC calibration for vehicle use.

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