Multi-input transient fuel control with auto-calibration

  title={Multi-input transient fuel control with auto-calibration},
  author={Mrdjan J Jankovic and Stephen W. Magner and Dave Hagner and Yanying Wang},
  journal={2007 American Control Conference},
Most engine transient fuel control methods use the mass of injected fuel to drive the compensator dynamics. This works well in conventional engines because several other main factors that affect the fuel puddle, such as mass air-flow and manifold air pressure (MAP), are coupled closely with the injected fuel. In variable cam timing (VCT) engines, MAP and mass of injected fuel are decoupled to the point that they may move in opposite directions under certain conditions. To circumvent this… CONTINUE READING
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