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Analysis and dynamic calibration of the transient of an SI-engine equipped with turbocharger

  • Mehdi Keshavarz
  • Amir-Hasan Kakaee
  • Hamidreza Fajri
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Abstract

Transient is considered an important operation mode of an engine since most of its working cycles happen in this mode. In this paper, GT-Power software is used to model the engine and the turbocharger; moreover, the experimental results from the IPCO Company are used for validation and calibration. The simulation is calibrated for the engine’s steady state in the part- and full-load conditions. Then, since the transient simulation cannot be performed based on the steady-state settings, the engine transient simulation is calibrated. Upon the performed simulation, the calibration differences of the transient and the steady state are investigated. These differences are analyzed during four processes of combustion, injection, heat transfer in the exhaust manifold and the turbocharger performance; then the various parameters’ effect on the engine transient are studied. The considered transient is the one during which the engine load increases with the throttle opening at a constant engine speed. It is concluded that the produced maps of the combustion and injection parameters, which are achieved from the quasi-steady conditions, can properly predict these parameters’ behavior. However, the turbocharger performance and the heat transfer inside the exhaust manifold must be calibrated, transiently. With this procedure for model calibration, the error between the model and the experimental results were decreased significantly. For example, in the speed of 1900 rpm, the error between the model and the experimental data for transient simulation is reduced from 1.57 to 0.18%. The studied engine is 1.65 L EF7-TC which is a spark ignition engine equipped with a turbocharger.

Keywords

Spark ignition engine Turbocharger Transient response Dynamic calibration PSO algorithm 

List of symbols

aTDC

After top dead center

BMEP

Brake mean effective pressure (bar)

CAD

Crank angle degree

CA50

50% Burned fuel point (°)

HTM

Heat transfer multiplier

IMEP

Indicated mean effective pressure (bar)

IPCO

Iran Khodro Powertrain Company

MVEM

Mean value engine model

PSO

Particle swarm optimization

QS

Quasi-steady

SI

Spark ignition

SS

Steady state

TEM

Turbine efficiency multiplier

TC

Turbocharger

VGT

Variable geometery turbin

VVT

Variable valve timing

VNT

Variable nozzle turbine

WG

Wastegate

WGD

Wastegate effective diameter (mm)

WOT

Wide open throttle

λ

1/Equivalence ratio

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Mehdi Keshavarz
    • 1
  • Amir-Hasan Kakaee
    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
  • Hamidreza Fajri
    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
  1. 1.Department of Mechanical Engineering, Khomeinishahr BranchIslamic Azad UniversityKhomeinishahrIran
  2. 2.School of Automotive EngineeringIran University of Science and TechnologyTehranIran
  3. 3.Iran Khodro Powertrain Co. (IPCO)TehranIran

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