Transient Air-Fuel Ratio Control Using Artificial Intelligence 970618
In order to reduce emissions of spare ignition engines using a three way catalyst, a stoichiometric air-fuel ratio must be guaranteed in stationary and transient operation of the engine. This aim can be reached by using a specific feed-forward structure for the control of the paths of air and fuel based on identification abilities of Artificial Intelligence.
As approximators for multidimensional nonlinear static functions we will use specific Neural Networks (NN) together with sophisticated stability-proven learning structures. The acquired knowledge within the NN determines our control action mainly through using feed-forward structures.
Our investigations are based on the so-called mean-value-modelling approach of SI engines; it is our aim to present this strategy.