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WO/2006/111841A1
In a starting system of an internal combustion engine including a fuel injection valve that directly injects fuel into a corresponding cylinder and a spark plug that ignites an air-fuel mixture in the cylinder, injection of the fuel from...  
WO/2006/107525A1
Methods and systems for controlling a diesel engine using a combined fuel and air-side controller are disclosed. An illustrative method may include the steps of providing a combined fuel and air-side controller adapted to coordinate both...  
WO/2006/104434A1
Method for combustion engine control comprising an engine, at least one sensor and at least one engine control unit (200) arranged to control the engine (100) by the use of real time sensor data S(k) characterised in that a prior (P1(k, ...  
WO/2006/098133A1
A valve gear (48) of an internal combustion engine (10), wherein intake valves (36) fitted to cylinders are drivingly opened and closed by motors (54A, 54B). The intake valves (36) are driven by the motors (54A, 54B) for each of a plural...  
WO/2006/096424A2
A method is provided for control of a direct-injection engine operated with controlled auto-ignition (HCCI) during load transient operations between modes of lean combustion low load (HCCI/Lean) and stiochiometric combustion medium load ...  
WO/2006/096423A2
A direct injection controlled auto-ignition engine is operated at steady state, within a homogeneous charge compression-ignition (HCCI) load range and with fuel-air-diluent mixtures at predetermined conditions, for each speed and load, o...  
WO/2006/092946A1
In one embodiment of an exhaust emission control device, when the deposited amount of particulate matters in a DPF (33) exceeds a specified amount and an engine exhaust gas temperature is less than a regenerative operation-enabled temper...  
WO/2006/090884A1
An internal combustion engine (10) has a fuel injection valve (37) for injecting gasoline fuel into a combustion chamber (25) and has an ignition plug (35). When the internal combustion engine is operated in a low load region, operation ...  
WO/2006/085496A1
When one of the conditions, i.e. fuel cut start condition, indicating unnecessariness of engine cooling with cooling water being delivered from a radiator (400) is satisfied, an engine ECU(1000) directs a circulation network to select a ...  
WO/2006/080570A1
In a hybrid vehicle where an engine (22), a first motor (MG1), and a driveshaft are all connected to a planetary gear mechanism and the driveshaft is further linked to a second motor (MG2), when a battery (50) is in an unchargeable state...  
WO/2006/080472A1
In an engine 5 including an in-cylinder injector (50), the valve timing of an intake valve (80) is retarded by VVT (Variable Valve Timing) controlled by an engine ECU (300) to decompress in a combustion chamber (30) at engine startup. In...  
WO2006039452A8
An engine control strategy that ensures that NOx emissions from the engine will be maintained at an acceptable level. The control strategy is based on a two-dimensional fuel-air curve, in which air manifold pressure (AMP) is a function o...  
WO2005051713A3
A motor vehicle (20) has a diesel engine (22) and one or more sources (30, 36) providing data (CAN_TSC_OCM, CAN_TSC_OCM_SA11) relevant to operations of the vehicle that are external to the engine (22) but potentially influential on fueli...  
WO/2006/071523A1
A multivariable controller that models the interaction between groups of sensors and groups of actuators during the operation of an engine. By accounting for the interactive effects that a group of actuators has on a sensor or group of s...  
WO/2006/067900A1
In the determination of multiple abnormalities with respect to an aqueous solution of reducing agent, etc., it is intended to avoid misjudgments attributed to any time lag between abnormality detection and abnormality determination. When...  
WO/2006/062257A1
Upon the setting of a gearshift position SP to a drivable gear position, for example, a drive position for general forward drive or a braking position for applying brake on downslope, when an engine rotation speed Ne decreases to or belo...  
WO/2006/062250A1
When a crank angle CAa of a specific cylinder, which was expected to stop in a fuel injection stop range over an intake stroke to a compression stroke at a full stop of an engine and received fuel injection, actually exceeds the fuel inj...  
WO/2006/059789A1
An air/fuel ratio control apparatus for smoothening variation of air/fuel ratio among a plurality of cylinders of an internal combustion engine is provided. The apparatus comprises a sensor for measuring output of the internal combustion...  
WO/2006/054417A1
In an internal combustion engine capable of controlling exhaust gas recirculation amount during fuel cut (F/C) at the time of deceleration, deterioration in combustion or misfire is prevented at the time of forced resetting from fuel cut...  
WO/2006/054794A1
The ECU (20) of an internal combustion engine (1) estimates the quantity of air corresponding to the demand on the internal combustion engine (1), controls an injector (12) to inject an initial injection quantity of fuel determined such ...  
WO/2006/045186A1
An engine controller system employs angular position sensors which are operable to very accurately determine the position of rotating engine members. Information about the angular position of the engine members is used to alter operation...  
WO/2006/043875A1
The present invention relates to an arrangement and a method for controlling an HCCI engine. The arrangement comprises a control unit (21) adapted to initiating closure and/or opening of the inlet valve (8) and/or the exhaust valve (11) ...  
WO/2006/043622A1
A saddle riding-type vehicle (30) having a vehicle frame (31), an engine (1) mounted on the vehicle frame (31), a combustion adjustment device (fuel injection valves (14, 15), ignition device, device for adjusting suction/exhaust valve o...  
WO/2006/043397A1
A control device for an internal combustion engine, capable achieving both excellent driveability and reduction in impact force at the time when a movable section comes into contact with a restriction section. A control device (1) has a ...  
WO/2006/043679A1
The internal combustion engine control technique of the invention computes a TDC pass rotation speed Ntdc, which represents the rotation speed of an engine when one of multiple cylinders of the engine passes over a top dead center TDC (s...  
WO/2006/038601A1
A diesel engine controller in which a normal injection mode for realizing normal combustion and a premix injection mode for realizing premix combustion are set, the normal injection mode is carried out when the actual operating state of ...  
WO/2006/038500A1
A diesel engine having a reentrant cavity (11) provided in the top section of a piston (4), a fuel injection means (9) for injecting fuel toward the cavity (11), an exhaust gas recirculation means (19) for recirculating a part of exhaust...  
WO/2006/038306A1
A device and a method for controlling an internal combustion engine, wherein the spark-retard of an ignition timing is started for warming a catalyst after the engine is started, and value 1 is set to a fuel amount increasing flag (F1) t...  
WO/2006/038600A1
A controller for controlling the injection amount and injection timing of fuel being injected into the cylinder of a diesel engine, comprising a means for altering the target value V1 of one control mode gradually to the target value V2 ...  
WO/2006/039452A2
An engine control strategy that ensures that NOx emissions from the engine will be maintained at an acceptable level. The control strategy is based on a two-dimensional fuel-air curve, in which air manifold pressure (AMP) is a function o...  
WO/2006/030876A1
On the start of a fuel cut, valve timing is moved to increase the amount of internal EGR (FIG. 2C). A throttle opening degree (TA) is controlled to be not less than a basic idle opening degree (TA0) until a sufficient amount of internal ...  
WO/2006/030707A1
A vehicle control system capable of prolonging a foot-brake life by being provided with a proper engine brake force at a deceleration request. A control system (1) for a vehicle V which controls at least one of a valve lift Liftin, a cam...  
WO/2005/124131A1
A device for controlling an internal combustion engine in which a catalyst is provided in an exhaust system. The device has fuel cut execution means for performing fuel cut when a vehicle mounted with the internal combustion engine is in...  
WO/2005/124135A1
An internal combustion engine control device capable of properly performing an air/fuel ratio control and an ignition timing control according to an actual suction air amount even when reliability of the detection result of the operating...  
WO/2005/121530A1
A control device for an engine has an EGR device (10) that connects an exhaust path (Ex) and a suction path (I) of the engine (1) and in which an EGR valve (24) is installed, a suction throttle (41) that is installed in the suction path ...  
WO2005028833A3
A method is provided for close control and adjustment of in-cylinder oxygen concentration levels together with boost adjustments to minimize harmful emissions during transients in engines which utilize late direct cylinder injection of f...  
WO/2005/116605A1
The invention relates to a system and method for continuously controlling an internal combustion engine (3), wherein said system comprises at least one actuator connected to an engine operating member, an electronic card (3) comprising a...  
WO/2005/108766A1
A technique which, when at least one of status values representing the status of an internal combustion engine has an abnormality, can specify a member which really has the abnormality. When the amount of new suction air is being feedbac...  
WO/2005/108760A1
Under a switchover operation of an EGR valve from OFF to ON or from ON to OFF, the control procedure of the invention keeps an engine power demand Pe*, which is to be output from an engine and is set corresponding to a torque demand Tr* ...  
WO/2005/106226A1
A controller of an internal combustion engine capable of increasing the accuracies of fuel control and ignition timing control even when the reliability of a calculated intake air amount may be lowered and also enabling a reduction in ma...  
WO/2005/103472A1
An engine management apparatus for an internal combustion engine of a vehicle includes a microprocessor that is operable on adjustment mechanisms of the vehicle. The vehicle has a torque sensor for sensing torque generated by the engine ...  
WO/2005/103483A1
An ignition timing controller of an internal combustion engine capable of preventing defective acceleration from occurring by the correction of ignition timing to excessive-retard angle or knocking from occurring by the correction of ign...  
WO/2005/098222A1
In an exhaust gas control apparatus for an internal combustion engine, including a supercharger which is provided in an exhaust passage at a position upstream of a catalyst having an oxidizing ability; turbine rotation energy amount adju...  
WO/2005/098554A1
A controller capable of enhancing both control stability and control accuracy when the output of a controlled object is controlled by feedback by means of a plurality of control inputs. An ECU (2) of the controller (1) controls engine sp...  
WO/2005/098220A1
Parallelly arranged exhaust paths of an internal combustion engine each have a catalyst. A flow rate regulating section regulates the flow rate of exhaust gas discharged from a first exhaust path to the downstream side and the flow rate ...  
WO/2005/093230A1
A warm-up system is provided for an internal combustion engine (1) equipped with a CO2 absorbing and releasing agent (15) that absorbs CO2 at a temperature in a first temperature range and releases the CO2 at a temperature in a second te...  
WO/2005/085616A1
An air intake-controlling device has intake valve lift amount-regulating means for regulating the amounts of lift of intake valves; means for detecting differences, between cylinders, of the amounts of air sucked into the individual cyli...  
WO/2005/071245A1
A variable compression ratio internal combustion engine whose compression ratio is varied by varying the volume of a combustion chamber, where disorder of an air-fuel ratio involved by the variation in the compression chamber volume can ...  
WO/2005/071236A1
It is intended to efficiently remove particulate substances, such as NOx and soot, without poisoning by SOx, etc. from dilute-combustion effecting internal combustion engines, combustion equipment, etc. There is provided an exhaust gas p...  
WO/2005/068808A1
An internal combustion engine has a throttle controlling mechanism, a valve characteristics varying mechanism for controlling an internal EGR rate by controlling an overlap time (Pa) and a non-overlap time (Pb), and output setting means ...  

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