Comparison of generalized engine control and MPC based on maximum principle
Automotive engine control has been continuously improved due to the strong demands from the society and the market since introducing electronic controls but not always following control theories. Therefore, it is not easy for researchers from academia and even engineers from the automotive industry to grasp the whole aspect of engine control. To encounter the issue, important features of engine control are extracted and generalized from the standpoint of control engineering. Comparisons of the control and model predictive control (MPC) showed an outstanding performance of the control generalized from engine controls and how to apply MPC in the framework.
KeywordsAutomotive engine history of engine control control design input constraints time delay model predictive control
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