Estimate of IC Engine Torque from Measurement of Crankshaft Angular Position

Paper #:
  • 932410

Published:
  • 1993-09-01
Citation:
Rizzoni, G. and Connolly, F., "Estimate of IC Engine Torque from Measurement of Crankshaft Angular Position," SAE Technical Paper 932410, 1993, https://doi.org/10.4271/932410.
Pages:
13
Abstract:
Crankshaft angular position measurements are fundamental to all modern automotive engines. These measurements are required to control fuel injection timing as well as ignition timing. However, many other functions can be performed from such measurements through the use of advanced signal processing. These additional functions are essentially diagnostic in nature although there is potential for substitution of primary fuel and ignition control functions. This paper illustrates the application of crankshaft angular position measurement to the estimation of individual cylinder indicated and/or brake torque in IC engines from measurement of crankshaft position/velocity.
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