Modeling and control of electronic throttle trive: a practical approach – from experimental characterization to adaptive control and application

Pavković, Danijel and Deur, Joško (2011) Modeling and control of electronic throttle trive: a practical approach – from experimental characterization to adaptive control and application. = Modeling and control of electronic throttle trive: a practical approach – from experimental characterization to adaptive control and application. Lambert Academic Publishing, Saarbrücken, Njemačka, -. ISBN 978-3-8443-1628-5

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Abstract

The automotive drive-by-wire or electronic throttle system has facilitated notable improvements in fuel economy of internal combustion engines and enhanced performance of other vehicle systems such as automatic transmissions and traction control systems. The book presents a comprehensive and experimentally verified approach to modeling, identification, and position control of the electronic throttle DC drive. Since the electronic throttle is characterized by notable nonlinear effects due to gearbox friction and a dual return spring, and is also subject to production deviations and parameter variations, special attention is given to compensation of friction and return spring nonlinearities, and on-line adaptation of the control system. The overall nonlinear control strategy is embedded and experimentally examined within a spark-ignition engine idle speed control system. The book may be useful for researchers and practitioners within the fields of automotive systems and industrial servodrives, as well as to engineering educators dealing with electrical servodrives, automotive mechatronics, and control system applications. Even though the book focuses on low-power DC drive control, it can be widely used for designing positioning systems of other similar drives, such as brushless dc drives and ac drives.

Item Type: Book
Keywords (Croatian): electronic throttle, DC drive control, modeling, friction compensation, auto-tuning, self tuning, damping optimum, idle speed control automotive applications
Subjects: TECHNICAL SCIENCE > Mechanical Engineering
Divisions: 900 Department of Robotics and Production System Automation > 910 Chair of Engineering Automation
Date Deposited: 15 Apr 2016 13:30
Last Modified: 10 Sep 2018 10:36
URI: http://repozitorij.fsb.hr/id/eprint/5693

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