Industrialization of Base Calibration Methods for ECU-functions Exemplary for Air Charge Determination 2010-01-0331
Today's calibration process for ECU functions is often based on a wide variety of proprietary tools and individual expert knowledge of calibration engineers. Automatic calibration with an industrialized tool chain provides high potential to reduce testbed time, calibration time and project costs.
Based on an efficient measurement procedure in combination with an offline calibration methodology the capability is validated, e.g. for calibrating the ECU function “Air Charge Determination” for SI engines. In this article the implementation, in a series production project of a major OEM, is shown. The whole workflow - which can also be applied to other calibration tasks - will be described in detail.
Presented here will be how General Motors Corporation (GM) is able to speed up the calibration of the ECU functions, whilst maintaining at least the same quality of calibration as before, by the use of this tool chain.
Citation: Joswa Rajan, H., Kelly, J., Hoetzendorfer, H., Keuth, N. et al., "Industrialization of Base Calibration Methods for ECU-functions Exemplary for Air Charge Determination," SAE Technical Paper 2010-01-0331, 2010, https://doi.org/10.4271/2010-01-0331. Download Citation
Henry Joswa Rajan, Joseph Kelly, Harald Hoetzendorfer, Nikolaus Keuth, Horst Pfluegl, Thomas Winsel, Siegfried Roeck
General Motors Corp. Powertrain, AVL LIST GmbH
SAE 2010 World Congress & Exhibition
Engine Control and Calibration, 2010-SP-2285