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Analysis of different dynamic modeling techniques for use in simulation environment (Hardware in the Loop-HIL)

TORRIGO, Eduardo ; KAWAMOTO, Alexandre ; MANGUINO, Henrique ; ROSSETTI, Pedro ; , ;

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Many times the most effective way to develop and test a new engine application is to install the engine into the real vehicle or machine, however depending on the complexity and number of systems to be tested then the required effort and investment can be very high that in some cases such approach could be considered economically unfeasible specially if applied for a small production volume (units/year).

Hardware in the Loop (HIL) equipments have the ability to emulate the engine and vehicle behavior (static and dynamic) by sensing the engine actuators connected to HIL and stimulating the engine and vehicle sensors according to signals calculated by representative engine/vehicle models that can provide a realistic well controlled virtual environment for vehicle systems test. In some cases it can be more efficient than the real vehicle test environment because of elimination of random test noise sources.

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DOI: 10.5151/engpro-simea2016-PAP47

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TORRIGO, Eduardo; KAWAMOTO, Alexandre; MANGUINO, Henrique; ROSSETTI, Pedro; , ; "Analysis of different dynamic modeling techniques for use in simulation environment (Hardware in the Loop-HIL)", p. 322-341 . In: Anais do XXIV Simpósio Internacional de Engenharia Automotica - SIMEA 2016 [=Blucher Engineering Proceedings].. São Paulo: Blucher, 2016.
ISSN 2357-7592, DOI 10.5151/engpro-simea2016-PAP47

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