A model-based calibration method of automotive electronic control unit
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This paper presents a systematic method of designing the calibration toolbox of automotive electronic control unit (ECU) based on real-time workshop (RTW). To break the strong coupling of each functional layer, the hierarchical architecture of the calibration system is divided into the bottom driver layer, the intermediate interface layer and the top application layer. The driver functions meeting the specification of the automotive open system are sent and received in the intermediate interface layer. To reduce the development costs, the portable user codes are generated by RTW which provides a development environment from system simulation to hardware implementation. Specifically, the calibration codes yielded from the controller area network (CAN) calibration protocol (CCP) module are integrated into the control codes, called by a compiler in the daemons to build a corresponding project, and then downloaded into the object board to provide the A2L file. The experiments illustrate that the different drive modules are only needed to be replaced for the implementation of the calibration system applied in different hardware platforms.
Key wordscalibration system electronic control unit hierarchical architecture real-time workshop
CLC numberTP 217
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