1986-03-01

Electronic Control of Diesel In-Line Injection Pump-Analysis and Design 860144

The Electronic Governor RED III for diesel in-line injection pumps was developed by Diesel Kiki, and introduced onto the market in 1983 as COPEC(Computed PE Control), which is a system for vehicles in combination with an electro-hydraulic timer. It has been well received by users because of its additional functions, i.e., auto-cruising etc, which enable the improvement of engine performance, drive-ability etc.
This report presents firstly an analysis of the stability of the engine-governor system, and secondly an outline of the COPEC system from the point of view of engine stability, reliability, etc.
Additionaly a growing need exists for electronic control of various functions, such as generator and construction machine operation. In this paper is also described how the control unit (C/U) answers these various needs, as the second stage of the first generation electronic control system.

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