1978-02-01

Application of Automotive Sensors to Engine Control 780210

This paper describes the application of automotive sensors to electronic control of the internal-combustion engine, with emphasis on sensor-signal characteristics and utilization. Manifold absolute pressure, crankshaft position, throttle position, temperature, and exhaust-gas recirculation are among the parameters monitored to electronically regulate engine inputs. Also presented are a number of control concepts realized with these sensors.

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