Quality Model and Artificial Intelligence Base Fuel Ratio Management with Applications to Automotive Engine

Farzin Piltan, Mansour Bazregar, Marzieh Kamgari, Mojdeh Piran, Mehdi Akbari

Abstract


In this research, manage the Internal Combustion (IC) engine modeling and a multi-input-multi-output artificial intelligence baseline chattering free sliding mode methodology scheme is developed with guaranteed stability to simultaneously control fuel ratios to desired levels under various air flow disturbances by regulating the mass flow rates of engine PFI and DI injection systems. Nevertheless, developing a small model, for specific controller design purposes, can be done and then validated on a larger, more complicated model. Analytical dynamic nonlinear modeling of internal combustion engine is carried out using elegant Euler-Lagrange method compromising accuracy and complexity. The fuzzy inference baseline sliding methodology performance was compared with a well-tuned baseline multi-loop PID controller through MATLAB simulations and showed improvements, where MATLAB simulations were conducted to validate the feasibility of utilizing the developed controller and state estimator for automotive engines. The proposed tracking method is designed to optimally track the desired FR by minimizing the error between the trapped in-cylinder mass and the product of the desired FR and fuel mass over a given time interval.


Keywords


IC engine modeling,Nonlinear methodology to control,Chattering free baseline sliding,Mode methodology,Artificial intelligence,Sliding mode methodology,Baseline methodology,Fuzzy inference engine

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijai.v3.i1.pp36-48
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