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Combustion Control of Diesel Engines Using Injection Timing

Abstract : We propose a model-based control strategy to adapt the injection settings according to the airpath dynamics of a conventional Diesel engine. This approach complements existing airpath and fuelpath controllers, and aims at accurately controlling the middle of combustion. For that purpose, start of injection is adjusted based on a combustion model and intake manifold conditions. In particular, no in-cylinder sensor is used. Simulation results are presented, which stress the relevance of the approach.
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Mathieu Hillion, H. Buhlbuck, Jonathan Chauvin, Nicolas Petit. Combustion Control of Diesel Engines Using Injection Timing. Society Automotive Engine World Congress 2009, Apr 2009, Detroit, United States. pp.2009-01-0367. ⟨hal-00486069⟩

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