ModelBased Estimation of Cylinder Pressure Sensor Offset using LeastSquares Methods
(2001) In Proceedings of the 40th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, 2001. 4. p.37403745 Abstract
 Two methods for estimating the sensor offset of a cylinder pressure transducer are developed. Both methods fit the pressure data during precombustion compression to a polytropic curve. The first method assumes a known polytropic exponent, and the other estimates the polytropic exponent. The first method results in a linear leastsquares problem, and the second method results in a nonlinear leastsquares problem. The nonlinear leastsquares problem is solved by separating out the nonlinear dependence and solving the singlevariable minimization problem. For this, a finite difference Newton method is applied. Using this method, the cost of solving the nonlinear leastsquares problem is only slightly higher than solving the linear... (More)
 Two methods for estimating the sensor offset of a cylinder pressure transducer are developed. Both methods fit the pressure data during precombustion compression to a polytropic curve. The first method assumes a known polytropic exponent, and the other estimates the polytropic exponent. The first method results in a linear leastsquares problem, and the second method results in a nonlinear leastsquares problem. The nonlinear leastsquares problem is solved by separating out the nonlinear dependence and solving the singlevariable minimization problem. For this, a finite difference Newton method is applied. Using this method, the cost of solving the nonlinear leastsquares problem is only slightly higher than solving the linear leastsquares problem. Both methods show good statistical behavior. Estimation error variances are inversely proportional to the number of pressure samples used for the estimation. The method is computationally inexpensive, and well suited for realtime control applications (Less)
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 Tunestål, Per ^{LU} ; Hedrick, J. K. and Johansson, Rolf ^{LU}
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 2001
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 published
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 keywords
 pressure transducers, parameter estimation pressure sensors, least squares approximations, internal combustion engines, Newton method, finite difference methods
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 Proceedings of the 40th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control, 2001.
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 4
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 3740  3745
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 IEEEInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
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 Scopus:0035709703
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 0780370619
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 10.1109/.2001.980445
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 English
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