This paper presents analyses and test results of engine management system’s operational architecture with an artificial neural network (ANN). The research involved several steps of investigation: theory, a stand test of the engine, training of ANN with test data, generated from the proposed engine control system to predict the future values of fuel consumption before calculating the engine speed. In our paper, we study a small size 1.5 liter gasoline engine without direct fuel injection (injection in intake manifold). The purpose of this study is to simplify engine and vehicle integration processes, decrease exhaust gas volume, decrease fuel consumption by optimizing cam timing and spark timing, and improve engine mechatronic functioning. The method followed in this work is applicable to small/medium size gasoline/diesel engines.The results show that the developed model achieved good accuracy on predicting the future demand of fuel consumption for engine control unit (ECU). It yields with the error rate of 1.12e-6 measeured as Mean Square Error (MSE) on unseen samples.

A Predictive Model of Artificial Neural Network for Fuel Consumption in Engine Control System / Aliev, Khurshid; Narejo, Sanam; Pasero, EROS GIAN ALESSANDRO; Inoyatkhodjayev, Jamshid - In: Multidisciplinary Approaches to Neural Computing / Anna Esposito, Marcos Faudez-Zanuy, Francesco Carlo Morabito, Eros Pasero. - STAMPA. - [s.l] : Springer International Publishing, 2018. - ISBN 978-3-319-56904-8. - pp. 213-222 [10.1007/978-3-319-56904-8]

A Predictive Model of Artificial Neural Network for Fuel Consumption in Engine Control System

ALIEV, KHURSHID;NAREJO, SANAM;PASERO, EROS GIAN ALESSANDRO;
2018

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This paper presents analyses and test results of engine management system’s operational architecture with an artificial neural network (ANN). The research involved several steps of investigation: theory, a stand test of the engine, training of ANN with test data, generated from the proposed engine control system to predict the future values of fuel consumption before calculating the engine speed. In our paper, we study a small size 1.5 liter gasoline engine without direct fuel injection (injection in intake manifold). The purpose of this study is to simplify engine and vehicle integration processes, decrease exhaust gas volume, decrease fuel consumption by optimizing cam timing and spark timing, and improve engine mechatronic functioning. The method followed in this work is applicable to small/medium size gasoline/diesel engines.The results show that the developed model achieved good accuracy on predicting the future demand of fuel consumption for engine control unit (ECU). It yields with the error rate of 1.12e-6 measeured as Mean Square Error (MSE) on unseen samples.
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