SERIES 2001-01-0937 On a Model-based Control of a Three-way Catalytic Converter

@inproceedings{Balenovi2001SERIES2O,
  title={SERIES 2001-01-0937 On a Model-based Control of a Three-way Catalytic Converter},
  author={Mirta Balenovi{\'c} and A. C. P. M. Backx and J. H. B. J. Venderbosch Hoebink},
  year={2001}
}
Though very important for the system performance, the dynamic behavior of the catalytic converter has mainly been neglected in the design of exhaust emission control systems. Since the major dynamic effects stem from the oxygen storage capabilities of the catalytic converter, a novel model-based control scheme, with the explicit control of the converter’s oxygen storage level is proposed. The controlled variable cannot be measured, so it has to be predicted by an on-line running model… CONTINUE READING

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