Traction Control (ASR) Using Fuel-Injection Suppression - A Cost Effective Method of Engine-Torque Control 920641
Traction control (ASR) is the logical ongoing development of the antilock braking system (ABS). Due to the high costs involved though, the widespread practice of reducing the engine power by electronic throttle control (or electronic enginepower control) has up to now prevented ASR from becoming as widely proliferated as ABS. A promising method has now been developed in which fuel-injection suppression at individual cylinders is used as a low-price actuator for a budget-priced ASR.
First of all, an overview of the possibilities for influencing wheel-torque by means of intervention at the engine and/or brake as a means of reducing driven wheel slip is presented. Then, the system, the control strategy, and the demands on the electronic engine-management system with sequential fuel injection are discussed. The system's possibilities and its limitations are indicated, and fears of damaging effects on the catalytic converter are eliminated.
Citation: Böning, B., Folke, R., and Franzke, K., "Traction Control (ASR) Using Fuel-Injection Suppression - A Cost Effective Method of Engine-Torque Control," SAE Technical Paper 920641, 1992, https://doi.org/10.4271/920641. Download Citation