Software Algorithm Synthesis for Diesel Electronic Control Unit

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Abstract

Nowadays global engine construction gets significant progress at a technological level, but specified manufacturers do not release any information about the composition, the structure of the algorithms and the software used by their equipment. It is possible to obtain information only fragmentary and, for example, the description of the electronic control unit algorithm is completely missing. This is a barrier for small companies to improve and adjust existing engines for specific purposes. The present paper describes and develops algorithm synthesis for an electronic diesel engine regulator. Mathe-matical modelling of the automatic control system has been carried out within the framework of the research. The results of the research have demonstrated the efficiency and sustainability of automatic electronic control system using the proposed algorithm.

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Latvian Journal of Physics and Technical Sciences

The Journal of Institute of Physical Energetics

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