Knock Control of Gasoline Engines-A Comparison of Solutions and Tendencies, with Special Reference to Future European Emission Legislation 850298
The different demands with respect to electronic knock control in the USA, Japan and Europe are compared. Available systems to suit the special European requirements of turbocharged and naturally aspirated engines are presented in detail. The influence of the new European emission standards currently under discussion and their effect on the requirements of such systems are considered. Alternative approaches for future systems are discussed.
Citation: Decker, H. and Gruber, H., "Knock Control of Gasoline Engines-A Comparison of Solutions and Tendencies, with Special Reference to Future European Emission Legislation," SAE Technical Paper 850298, 1985, https://doi.org/10.4271/850298. Download Citation
Heinz Decker, Hans-Ulrich Gruber
SAE International Congress and Exposition
Developments in Electronic Engine Management and Driveline Controls-SP-0609, SAE 1985 Transactions-V94-85