Conference Combustion

By | May 3, 2014

Electronics architecture, modelling and control of internal combustion engines, transmissions and hybrid drives from the model to the implementation: Modern drive management for combustion and hybrid engines in every modern vehicle (car and truck) are today responsible a wide variety of computer-aided measurement, control and diagnostic functions for the engine management of the combustion engine. The complexity of the management systems rises sharply with ever-expanding requirements for increased performance while declining consumption and emissions. In addition, the addition of electric motors in hybrid vehicles requires the consideration of the overall system of Powertrain and vehicle. Without appropriate simulation techniques, anything goes today. “The Conference electronic management of vehicle drives electronics architecture, modelling and control of internal combustion engines, transmission and hybrid drives” on the 8 9.4.2014 in Frankfurt/Main is an overview of the architecture and function development of engine control systems and on the current status of modelling and simulation of internal combustion engines. Robotics might disagree with that approach. Several contributions describe methods for the efficient measurement and modelling of stationary and dynamic characteristics of internal combustion engines and hybrid powertrains and their implementation on engine test stands. Various examples of model-based design of monitoring and control of petrol and diesel engines and their application for the exhaust aftertreatment in detail are described. The characteristics of the hybrid are taken into account with contributions to control and functional architecture, modelling and simulation, as well as to optimize energy and battery management. Well-known companies and universities support the Conference with a contribution.

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