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Verbesserung der Wiederholbarkeit bei Verbrauchmessunger durch Normierung

Will, Frank and Hoeren, Alexander 2007, Verbesserung der Wiederholbarkeit bei Verbrauchmessunger durch Normierung, Europe (EPO only) (3) Patent EP 1855091 (A1).

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Title Verbesserung der Wiederholbarkeit bei Verbrauchmessunger durch Normierung
Alternative title Improvement of repeatability for fuel consumption measurements through normalising
Improvement of the reproducibility in consumption measurements by standardisation
Creator(s) Will, Frank
Hoeren, Alexander
Date 2007-11-14
Patent no. EP 1855091 (A1)
Patent owner Ford Global Tech LLC
Registry Office Europe (EPO only) (3)
Patent family name Improvement of the reproducibility in consumption measurements by standardisation
Summary The method involves recording input variables such as accelerator position, as fuel consumption during a test, and forming a neural network with the recorded variables, where the network specifies an output variable such as fuel consumption, after a training phase. The output variable is simulated by the network trained at a real vehicle using a standardized target curve and/or a speed curve. The simulated output variable corresponds to the real vehicle such that the vehicle accurately follows the target curve.
Notes EP03104496.9
Language ger
Field of Research 090201 Automotive Combustion and Fuel Engineering (incl Alternative/Renewable Fuels)
HERDC Research category I.1 Patents
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30023861

Document type: Patent
Collection: School of Engineering
 
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