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Impacts of Acceleration Calculation Methods on Onroad Vehicle Engine Power Estimation

@inproceedings{Jun2006ImpactsOA,
  title={Impacts of Acceleration Calculation Methods on Onroad Vehicle Engine Power Estimation},
  author={Jungwook Jun and Joonho Ko and Seungju Yoon and Randall Guensler},
  year={2006}
}
  • Jungwook Jun, Joonho Ko, +1 author Randall Guensler
  • Published 2006
  • Engineering
  • Speed and acceleration rates are primary parameters in the estimation of instantaneous engine power demand, which can be employed to estimate gram/second emissions in modal activity-based emission rate models. Unlike speed, which is typically measured directly by onboard monitoring systems, acceleration is usually a derived parameter, calculated from consecutive speed measurements. Load predictions are very sensitive to acceleration rates, as the acceleration parameter applies to all inertial… CONTINUE READING

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