Dynamic optimization of a single-stage Diesel air system with exhaust gas recirculation
In this project, the applicability of dynamic optimization methods is examined for industrial applications such as the Diesel air system.
Dynamic optimization methods for nonlinear systems are already widespread in research. These methods offer the substantial advantage that the economic and ecological potential of industrial processes can be exploited efficiently. However, this control concept is not yet established in the industry. One reason is that the implementation of dynamic optimization methods can be complex for real processes.
In this research project, the applicability of dynamic optimization methods is examined for the Diesel air system. By this means, not only the efficiency is improved but also polluting emissions are reduced. A numerically robust formulation is challenging - especially for such a mechatronical system due to fast dynamics and different time constants.
|Funded by:||Robert Bosch GmbH|
|Cooperation:||Robert Bosch GmbH|
|Contact:||Inga Wolf, Holger Scheu|