- Category Technical paper
- Edition SIA
- Date 12/04/2013
- Author J. C.Wurzenberger, T. Banjac - AVL | R. Heinzle - Austrian Academy of Sciences & MathConsult | T. Katranik - University of Ljubljana
- Language English
Type PDF file (563.4 Ko)
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- Number of pages 8
- Code R-2013-06-07
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This work presents a simulation study on engine cold start applying a system engineering model for the domains engine (including combustion, pollutant formation and exhaust aftertreatment), thermal management, drivetrain and control. Dedicated solver techniques are applied based on a time-scale analysis of the different domains. The reduced computational effort ensures fast results in office studies and, in addition, the real-time capability of the engine model enables its application on HiL environments. The model is validated for specific parts with steady-state and transient measurement data. The model is applied to investigate engine, cooling and exhaust aftertreatment performance during a real-world driving cycle.
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