Control of Air-to-Fuel ratio of spark ignited engine using super twisting algorithm

  title={Control of Air-to-Fuel ratio of spark ignited engine using super twisting algorithm},
  author={Ahmed Yar and A. I. Bhatti},
  journal={2012 International Conference on Emerging Technologies},
Mean Value Engine Model of Spark Ignited Internal Combustion Engine (fourth order) suitable for the control of Air-to-Fuel ratio has been developed. Air-to-Fuel ratio plays a key role in engine operation concerning numerous aspects of the performance. These include fuel efficiency, smooth operation, components of engine exhaust, torque output and many others. Aforementioned are aspects of performance which are prettily affected by degraded Air-to-Fuel ratio both during transient and steady… CONTINUE READING
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