Static internal combustion engine operating states in vehicle driving tests

2/2019 (177) - CE-2019-209
Autorzy: Monika ANDRYCH-ZALEWSKA, Zdzisław CHŁOPEK, Jerzy MERKISZ, Jacek PIELECHA
The article presents the compression-ignition engine test results of static operating states in driving tests: NEDC (New European Driving Cycle), RDE (Real Driving Emissions) and the Malta custom test cycle, developed at the Poznan University of Technology. The NEDC and Malta tests were carried out as drive cycle simulations on the engine test bench, the RDE test was carried out in the real driving conditions. The engine operating states are described by the physical quantities of speed and torque. For each of the tests, zero- -dimensional characteristics of the values describing the engine operation states were determined, including: mean value and average standard deviation and coefficient of variation. Histograms of quantities describing the engines operating states for considered tests and driving conditions were also determined. A large diversity of zero-dimensional characteristics of the quantities describing the engines operating states for the considered driving tests and driving conditions was found.  
Słowa kluczowe: combustion engines, drive tests, engine operating conditions


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