The initial control algorithms as well as the vehicle used for the experimental results was built up during the IGF research project 17733 N / 1 ’Prädiktive Steuerung für hochaufgeladene Ottomotoren’ of the FVV. Details about this project can be found in the final report: „Erweiterung des Motorsteuerungsmodells für Motoren mit Hochaufladung und Entwicklung von speziellen Dynamikfunktionen“, FVV Vorhaben 1153, 2015. The IGF project 17733 N / 1 of the research association Forschungskuratorium Maschinenbau e.V. - FKM. Lyoner Straße 18, 60528 Frankfurt am Main, was financially supported by the AiF within the framework of the development program for Industrial Community Research (IGF) of the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy based on a decision of the German Bundestag. The authors like to thank the AiF, the FVV and the corresponding committee of the FVV for their financial support, expertise and discussions during the working group meetings.
Ongoing research concerns the development of nonlinear model-predictive control. Details about the used model, and simulation results for nonlinear model-predictive control can be found in the following publications:
T. Albin, D. Ritter, D. Abel, N. Liberda, R. Quirynen and M. Diehl, “Nonlinear MPC for a two-stage turbocharged gasoline engine airpath,” 2015 54th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control (CDC), Osaka, 2015, pp. 849-856. doi:10.1109/CDC.2015.7402335
T. Albin, D. Ritter, N. Liberda, S. Pischinger, D. Abel, “Two-Stage Turbocharged Gasoline Engines: Experimental Validation of Model-based Control”, IFAC-PapersOnLine, Volume 48, Issue 15, 2015, Pages 124-131. doi:10.1016/j.ifacol.2015.10.018