Review Report on Cooling System and Control Model for Improved Engine Thermal Management ijtsrd
Advanced thermal management systems for combustion engines will improve fluid temperature regulation and servomotor power consumption to positively impact the pipage emissions, fuel economy, and parasitic losses by better regulating the combustion method with multiple computer controlled parts. Advanced automotive thermal management systems integrate electro mechanical components for improved fluid flow and thermodynamic control action. Progressively, the design of ground vehicle heating and cooling management systems require analytical and empirical models to establish a basis for real time control algorithms. One of the key elements in this computer controlled system is the smart thermostat valve which replaces the traditional wax based unit. This paper gives a review of the cooling system and control model for improved engine thermal management and related work.
BY Ankush Tandel | Amit Kaimkuriya “Review Report on Cooling System and Control Model for Improved Engine Thermal Management”
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-5 , August 2019,
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