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Automotive Air Conditioning: Optimization, Control and Diagnosis

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This book presents research advances in automotive AC systems using an interdisciplinary approach combining both thermal science, and automotive engineering. It covers a variety of topics, such as: control strategies, optimization algorithms, and diagnosis schemes developed for when automotive air condition systems interact with powertrain dynamics. In contrast to the rapid advances in the fields of building HVAC and automotive separately, an interdisciplinary examination of both areas has long been neglected. The content presented in this book not only reveals opportunities when interaction between on-board HVAC and powertrain is considered, but also provides new findings to achieve performance improvement using model-based methodologies.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9783319335896
ISBN-10: 3319335898
Pagini: 378
Dimensiuni: 155 x 235 x 22 mm
Greutate: 0.72 kg
Ediția: 1st ed. 2016
Editura: Springer
Colecția Springer
Locul publicării: Cham, Switzerland

Cuprins

Preface2
Section I: Model Development
Chapter 1.CFD-based Modeling of Heat Transfer in a Passenger Compartment (Tiezhi Sun, Harbin Institute of Technology)
Chapter 2.Model Development for Air Conditioning System in Heavy Duty Trucks (John Kessels)
Chapter 3.Aggregation-based Thermal Model Reduction (Kun Deng, University of Illinois)
Section II: Control
Chapter 4.Robust H_infty Switching Control of Polytopic Parameter-Varying Systems via Dynamic Output Feedback (Chang Duan, Prairie View A&M University
Chapter 5.Output Feedback Control of Automotive Air Conditioning System using H∞ Technique (Quansheng Zhang, the Ohio State University)
Chapter 6.Improving Tracking Performance of Automotive Air Conditioning System via µSynthesis
 (Quansheng Zhang, the Ohio State University)
Chapter 7.Mean-Field Control for Improving Energy Efficiency (Kun Deng, University of Illinois)
Chapter 8.Pseudospectral Optimal Control for Constrained Nonlinear Systems (Shengbo Li, Tsinghua University)
Section III: Optimization
Chapter 9.Multi-objective Supervisory Controller for Hybrid Electric Vehicles (Simona Onori, Clemson University)
Chapter 10.Energy-Optimal Control of an Automotive Air Conditioning System for Ancillary Load Reduction (Quansheng Zhang the Ohio State University)
Chapter 11.Storage Evaporator  (Quansheng Zhang, the Ohio State University)
Chapter 12.Cruising Control of Hybridized Powertrain for Minimized Fuel Consumption
 (Shengbo Li, Tsinghua University)
Section IV: Fault Diagnosis
Chapter 13.Fault Detection and Isolation with Applications to Vehicle Systems (Pierluigi Pisup, Clemson University)
Chapter 14.Fault Detection and Isolation of Automotive Air Conditioning Systems using First Principle Models (Quansheng Zhang, the Ohio State University)
Chapter 15.Evaluating the Performance of Automated Fault Detection and Diagnosis Tools (David Yuill, University of Nebraska)
Index


Notă biografică

Dr. Quansheng Zhang holds a Ph.D in Mechanical Engineering from The Ohio State University. He is currently a research engineer in the Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, MI, USA. He specializes in the development of energy management strategy for electric vehicles and the optimization and control of automotive HVAC systems.

Dr. Shengbo Eben Li was a postdoctoral research fellow in Mechanical Engineering from University of Michigan-Ann Arbor. He is currently an associate professor in Department of Automotive Engineering at Tsinghua University, China. He specializes in the optimization and control of autonomous vehicles, driver behavior and assistance, optimal control and estimation.

Dr. Kun Deng
holds a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. He is currently a research engineer at Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, MI, USA. He specializes in modeling and control of stochastic systems, optimization and control of building HVAC systems, and control system development of automated driving vehicles.

Textul de pe ultima copertă

This book presents research advances in automotive AC systems using an interdisciplinary approach combining both thermal science, and automotive engineering. It covers a variety of topics, such as: control strategies, optimization algorithms, and diagnosis schemes developed for when automotive air condition systems interact with powertrain dynamics. In contrast to the rapid advances in the fields of building HVAC and automotive separately, an interdisciplinary examination of both areas has long been neglected. The content presented in this book not only reveals opportunities when interaction between on-board HVAC and powertrain is considered, but also provides new findings to achieve performance improvement using model-based methodologies.

Caracteristici

Presents control-oriented models of automotive AC systems
Features controller design for output tracking of automotive AC systems
Features benchmark solutions for optimization of automotive AC systems for fuel economy improvement
Demonstrate the feasibility of fault detection and isolation on complex thermofluid system
Includes techniques for optimization and control in electrified powertrain of road vehicles