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  • Fuel consumption per 100 km
    16.09.2014
  • KULI-System

    This subsystem calculates the averaged consumption per 100 km. The input data is based on the current fuel consumption of the engine model and the track length. To convert the consumption from kg/s to a volume flow (liters per 100 km), it’s necessary to input the fuel density.

    This subsystem demonstrates how easy the actual fuel consumption of the engine can be converted into fuel consumption in liters per 100 km. Therefore a PID controller containing an Integrator is used to get the overall consumption in kg. To convert the mass into a volume, the value is divided by the fuel density (user input). Also the track length – which is a necessary input for the simulation – can be calculated by integrating the driving velocity (if necessary this must be additionally added by the user). 

    The output of that subsystem is the overall fuel consumption [kg] and the fuel consumption per 100 km.

    Usable from release: KULI 9.1-0.01
    Necessary modules: KULI base + KULI drive


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