A Recent Electronic Control Circuit to a Throttle Device
2. Theoretical Framework of the Electronic Control Circuit Design for the Mechanical Throttle System and the Main Control Problem Statement
Remarks on the Mathematical Model of the Throttle Mechanism
- The throttle mechanical dynamic friction.
- The gearbox non-linearity disturbance.
- The complex return spring torque and non-linear behavior.
3. Electronic Control Circuit Design, Experimental Results, and Discussions
- Our control approach is well-situated for electronic realization.
- Our control design does not use a dense data flow algorithm. For instance, in , its basic genetic algorithm (GA) requires a fitness calculation and selecting some GA individual objects.
- Our control structure has fewer control parameters to tune. For instance, in , there are 14 parameters to adjust.
- In , the next performance index on the tracking error during the experiment-time action can be read as:However, in other experiments realized in , this error was about Rad. In our case, we have:The above number could be a disadvantage of our control design. However, a human outer-control loop exists in real automotive control driving to overcome this disadvantage.
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Acho, L.; Pujol-Vázquez, G.; Gibergans-Báguena, J. A Recent Electronic Control Circuit to a Throttle Device. Electronics 2020, 9, 191. https://doi.org/10.3390/electronics9010191
Acho L, Pujol-Vázquez G, Gibergans-Báguena J. A Recent Electronic Control Circuit to a Throttle Device. Electronics. 2020; 9(1):191. https://doi.org/10.3390/electronics9010191Chicago/Turabian Style
Acho, Leonardo, Gisela Pujol-Vázquez, and José Gibergans-Báguena. 2020. "A Recent Electronic Control Circuit to a Throttle Device" Electronics 9, no. 1: 191. https://doi.org/10.3390/electronics9010191