Hide menu

Abstract



Mean Value Engine Modeling with Modelica


This thesis is a study of engine modeling in Modelica. It covers the range of models known as mean value engine models that often are used in development of control algorithms and evaluation of new hardware on the systems-level. The purpose is to create a package, a Modelica library, of basic components suitable for such models. The package is designed for a high flexibility with few rigid rules on their use and should be reusable for a range of applications. The components are connected to a functioning engine, a four cylinder turbo diesel, which is verified against an already existing model of the same engine implemented in Simulink. The work has been performed at DaimlerChrysler Research and Technology with assistance from MathCore.

Daniel Silverlind

2001

Download Article (pdf-file)Show BibTeX entry

Page responsible: webmaster
Last updated: 2019-08-05