Automotive Control Systems For Engine, Driveline, and Vehicle

ISBN-10: 3540231390
ISBN-13: 9783540231394
Edition: 2nd 2005 (Revised)
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Book details

Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Springer
Publication date: 4/13/2005
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 512
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.046
Language: English

Advances in automotive control systems continue to enhance safety and comfort and to reduce fuel consumption and emissions. Reflecting the trend to optimization through integrative approaches for engine, driveline, and vehicle control, this valuable book enables control engineers to understand engine and vehicle models necessary for controller design, and also introduces mechanical engineers to vehicle-specific signal processing and automatic control. The emphasis on measurement, comparisons between performance and modeling, and realistic examples derive from the authors unique industrial experience (e.g. Bosch) and interactions within IFAC and SAE. The second edition offers new or expanded topics such as diesel-engine modeling, diagnosis and anti-jerking control, and vehicle modeling and parameter estimation. The book addresses professional engineers as well as students. With only a few exceptions, the approaches are close to those utilized in actual vehicles, rather than being theoretical constructs.

Introduction
Overall demands
Historic remark
Perspectives
Thermodynamic Engine Cycles
Ideal Combustion Engines
Spark-ignited (SI) Engine
Diesel Engine
Seiliger Process
Comparison of Different Engine Concepts
Alternative Combustion Engines
Gas Turbine
Stirling Engine
Steam Engine
Potential of Different Fuels and Propulsion Systems
Engine Management Systems
Basic Engine Operation
Effective Work
Air-Fuel Ratio
Engine Concepts
Inflammation of Air-Fuel Mixtures
Flame Propagation
Energy Conversion
Fuel Control
Emissions of Internal Combustion Engines
Fuel Measurement
Intermittent Fuel Injection
Injection Time Calculation
Air Mass per Combustion Cycle
Intake Manifold Dynamics
Compensation of Wall Wetting
Ignition Control in SI Engines
Ignition Angle Control
Optimisation of Engine Maps
Ignition Power Amplifier
Dwell Angle Control
Ignition Angle Errors in Transients
Engine Control Systems
Lambda Control
Stochiometric Operation of SI Engines
Oxygen Sensor
Engine Model for Lambda Control
Lambda Control Circuit
Measurement Results
Adaptive Lambda Control
Idle Speed Control
Energy Conversion Model and Torque Balance
State Space Control
Measurement Results
Knock Control
Knocking at SI Engines
Knock Sensors
Signal Processing
Knock Control
Adaptive Knock Control
Combustion Torque Estimation
Crankshaft Moment of Inertia
Crankshaft Torque Balance
Transformation into Linear System Representation
Kalman Filter Design
Results
Cylinder Balancing
Residues at Stationary Engine Operation
Residues at Engine Transients
Adaptation of Injection Map
Driveline Control
Driveline Modeling
Basic Driveline Equations
An Illustrative Modeling Example
Modeling of Neutral Gear
Stationary Gear-Shift Experiments
Dynamical Gear-Shift Experiments
A Decoupled Model
Driveline Control
Background
Field Trials for Problem Demonstration
Goals of Driveline Control
Comment on Architectures for Driveline Control
State-Space Formulation
Controller Formulation
Some Feedback Properties
Driveline Control with LQG/LTR
Driveline Speed Control
RQV Control
Problem Formulation
Speed Control with Active Damping and RQV Behavior
Influence from Sensor Location
Simulations
Speed Controller Experiments
Summary
Driveline Control for Gear-Shifting
Internal Driveline Torque
Transmission-Torque Control Criterion
Transmission-Torque Control Design
Influence from Sensor Location
Simulations
Gear-Shift Controller Experiments
Vehicle Modelling
Introduction
Co-ordinate Systems
Wheel Model
Wheel Ground Contact Point Velocities
Wheel Slip and Tire Side Slip Angle
Friction Co-efficient Calculation
Calculation of Friction Forces
Tire Characteristics
Definition of the Wheel Radius
The Complete Vehicle Model
Chassis Translatory Motion
Chassis Rotational Motion
Suspension
Reduced Nonlinear Two-track Model
Vehicle Stability Analysis
Validation of the Vehicle Model
Validation Procedure
Validation Results
Vehicle Parameters and States
Vehicle Velocity Estimation
Sensor Data Pre-processing
Kalman Filter Approach
Short Introduction to Fuzzy Logic
Fuzzy Estimator
Results of Velocity Estimators
Identification of Vehicle Parameters
Friction Characteristics
Mass Moments of Inertia
Road Gradient
Shock Absorber Characteristics
Vehicle Body Side Slip Angle Observer
Basic Theory of a Nonlinear Observer
Observer Design
Approximation of other Vehicle Parameters
Calculation of Wheel Ground Contact Forces
Adaptation of the Tire Side Slip Constants
Approximation of Pitch and Roll Angles
Approximation of Vehicle Mass
Vehicle Control Systems
ABS Control Systems
Torque Balance at wheel-road contact
Control Cycles of the ABS System
Control of the Yaw Dynamics
Derivation of Simplified Control Law
Derivation of Reference Values
Road and Driver Models
Road Model
Requirements of the Road Model
Definition of the Course Path
Road Surfaces and Wind Strength
PID Driver Model
Hybrid Driver Model
Vehicle Control Tasks
Characteristics of the Human as a Controller
Information Handling
Complete Driver Model
Model of Human Information Acquisition
Inter-event Arrival and Service Times
Reference Value Calculation
Longitudinal and Lateral Control
Appendix
Introduction to Thermodynamics
First Thermodynamic Law
Specific Heat Constant
State Changes of Ideal Gases
Thermodynamic Cycles
Jacobian Matrices/ Nonlinear Two-track Model
Design of GPC Controllers
The Process Model
Recursion of the Diophantine Equation
The Control Law
Choice of the Controller Parameters
Driver Model: Constants and Weighting Factors
Least Squares Parameter Estimation
Parameter Estimation Via the Least Squares Method
Parameter Estimation Using Recursive Least Squares
Discrete Root Filter Method in Covariant Form
Nomenclature
Mathematical Definitions
Physical variables
Abbreviations
Units
Bibliography

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