Publication detail

COMPUTATIONAL MODEL OF THE AVIATION DIESEL ENGINE FOR HIL TESTING

KUČERA, P. PÍŠTĚK, V. SVÍDA, D. BERAN, M.

Original Title

COMPUTATIONAL MODEL OF THE AVIATION DIESEL ENGINE FOR HIL TESTING

English Title

COMPUTATIONAL MODEL OF THE AVIATION DIESEL ENGINE FOR HIL TESTING

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

This article deals with the development of a computational diesel engine model for the aerospace industry and HIL testing. The model is assembled from the blocks of own libraries in the Simulink software. To verify functionality, it was implemented on hardware for HIL testing, and responses to inputs generated by a simple real-time control algorithm were monitored. The aim was to verify and optimize the computational model for subsequent HIL testing with the prototype ECU.

English abstract

This article deals with the development of a computational diesel engine model for the aerospace industry and HIL testing. The model is assembled from the blocks of own libraries in the Simulink software. To verify functionality, it was implemented on hardware for HIL testing, and responses to inputs generated by a simple real-time control algorithm were monitored. The aim was to verify and optimize the computational model for subsequent HIL testing with the prototype ECU.

Keywords

computational model, diesel engine, control algorithm, (HIL) Hardware in the Loop, Simulink, NI VeriStand

Released

28.12.2018

Publisher

PERNER'S CONTACTS

Location

University of Pardubice

ISBN

1801-674X

Periodical

Perners' Contacts

Year of study

XIII

Number

4

State

CZ

Pages from

4

Pages to

10

Pages count

7

URL

Documents

BibTex


@article{BUT154071,
  author="Pavel {Kučera} and Václav {Píštěk} and David {Svída} and Martin {Beran}",
  title="COMPUTATIONAL MODEL OF THE AVIATION DIESEL ENGINE FOR HIL TESTING",
  annote="This article deals with the development of a computational diesel engine model for the aerospace industry and HIL testing. The model is assembled from the blocks of own libraries in the Simulink software. To verify functionality, it was implemented on hardware for HIL testing, and responses to inputs generated by a simple real-time control algorithm were monitored. The aim was to verify and optimize the computational model for subsequent HIL testing with the prototype ECU.",
  address="PERNER'S CONTACTS",
  chapter="154071",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="PERNER'S CONTACTS",
  number="4",
  volume="XIII",
  year="2018",
  month="december",
  pages="4--10",
  publisher="PERNER'S CONTACTS",
  type="journal article - other"
}