Detecting injector deactivation failure modes in diesel engines using time and order domain approaches
This paper documents the investigation of fuel injector fault detection methods for a seven liter diesel engine. This effort was conducted for the Tank Automotive Research Development Engineering Center (TARDEC) Condition Based Maintenance (CBM) team. The task was to develop algorithms capable of real-time detection of injector misfire events. The purpose of this task was to enable TARDEC’s Engine Control Management (ECM) research and development efforts to evaluate the technical feasibility of integrating automated on-board condition monitoring algorithms with future ECM monitoring and control operations.
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Diagnostics, diesel engine, prognostics, time-domain analysis, order-domain analysis
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