Automated Modeling System for Internal Combustion Engines

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Lenar A. Galiullin

Abstract

The widespread use of internal combustion engines (ICE) requires continuous improvement of basic technical, economic and operational characteristics. Creating a competitive internal combustion engine involves the use of promising ways to improve the quality of control, the experimental development of the engine, the reduction of development time and the preparation of its serial production.


In the process of developing the software of the automated test system (ATS) of the engine, one of the main tasks is to determine the mathematical model of the engine, which is necessary for setting the parameters of the ATS. Knowledge of the mathematical model of the internal combustion engine also provides the possibility of taking into account the dynamic properties of the engine when developing an automated test system. In addition, these equations can be used to control the operating modes of the internal combustion engine using a computer during bench tests.

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A. Galiullin, L. A. G. (2019). Automated Modeling System for Internal Combustion Engines. Helix, 9(04), 5227-5232. Retrieved from https://helixscientific.pub/index.php/home/article/view/25
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