The specification for the idle control problem for automotive engines is to maintain the crankshaft speed within a given range in the presence of load changes. A new cycle-detailed hybrid model of the engine that captures well the interactions between the discrete phenomena of torque generation and spark ignition, and the continuous evolution of the power-train and air dynamics, is proposed. The idle control problem is formalized as a safety specification problem on the hybrid system. The Tomlin-Lygeros-Sastry procedure [12] is applied to compute the maximal controlled invariant set that satisfies the safety specification.

Maximal safe set computation for idle speed control of an automotive engine / A., Balluchi; Benvenuti, Luca; M. D., Di Benedetto; G. M., Miconi; U., Pozzi; T., Villa; H., Wong Toi; A. L., Sangiovanni Vincentelli. - 1790(2000), pp. 32-44. ((Intervento presentato al convegno 3rd International Workshop on Hybrid Systems: Computation and Control tenutosi a PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA nel MAR 23-25, 2000.

Maximal safe set computation for idle speed control of an automotive engine

BENVENUTI, Luca;
2000

Abstract

The specification for the idle control problem for automotive engines is to maintain the crankshaft speed within a given range in the presence of load changes. A new cycle-detailed hybrid model of the engine that captures well the interactions between the discrete phenomena of torque generation and spark ignition, and the continuous evolution of the power-train and air dynamics, is proposed. The idle control problem is formalized as a safety specification problem on the hybrid system. The Tomlin-Lygeros-Sastry procedure [12] is applied to compute the maximal controlled invariant set that satisfies the safety specification.
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