The Powertrain Blockset™ software provides a project template for compression-ignition (CI) engines. Use the template to create engine variants that you can use with the internal combustion engine reference application projects. The project template contains CI engine controller and plant models.
Use the project template to create CI engine variants for these reference applications:
Hybrid electric vehicles
CI engine dynamometer
To open the CI engine project template:
In Simulink®, on the Simulation tab, select File > New > Project > New Project.
In the Simulink start page, browse to Powertrain Blockset and select CI Engine Project.
In the Create Project dialog box, in Project name, enter a project name.
In Folder, enter a project folder or browse to the folder to save the project.
If the folder does not exist, the dialog box prompts you to create it. Click Yes.
The software compiles the project and populates the project folders. All models and supporting files are in place for you to customize your CI or SI engine model.
Controller folder contains the
CiEngineController.slx model. The model uses the CI
Controller block and a
Start Stop Logic subsystem to
control the CI engine plant model.
Plant folder contains models that represent dynamic and mapped
CI engines. By default, the dynamic and mapped engines are configured for a 1.5–L engine
with a variable geometry turbocharger (VGT).
CiEngineCore.slx contains the engine intake system, exhaust system, exhaust
gas recirculation (EGR), fuel system, core engine, and turbocharger subsystems.
CiMappedEngine.slx uses the Mapped
CI Engine block to look up power, air mass flow, fuel flow,
exhaust temperature, efficiency, and emission performance as functions
of engine speed and injected fuel mass.