Work Package 8: Intelligent Engine

Objectives

  • Development of an extended adaptive engine control with cylinder individual control algorithms applicable to diesel as well as multi-fueled engines at extreme operating conditions e.g. very low load, overtorque and rapid load changes.
  • Expected fuel savings due to an extended adaptive engine control up to 3g/kWh, depending on the operating conditions.
  • Development of signal evaluation criteria and diagnosis algorithms for new sensor types, e.g. in-cylinder pressure sensors.
  • Sensor prototype for health monitoring of core components.
  • Development and validation of algorithms to predict performance, faults and operating behavior as well as the definition of appropriate countermeasures.
  • Confirmation of a prototype system in in-house tests.

 

Work Package Highlights

Final Results and Achievements WP8 December 2014

Work Package Progress Highlights WP8 June 2014

Work Package Progress Highlights WP8 February 2014

Work Package Progress Highlights WP8 June 2013

Work Package Progress Highlights WP8 February 2013

Work Package Progress Highlights WP8 June 2012

Partners

National Technical University of Athens

FEV GmbH

MAN Diesel & Turbo SE

Technische Universitaet Graz