[Gmecm] Auto-tune algorithm for real-time tuning programs
mmansur at hotmail.com
Fri Aug 26 18:11:35 CDT 2005
I sure have. The next version of TunerPro has the first step implemented -
that of correlating ALDL data with editor data. Realtime auto-tuning
(there's a good pun there, eh?) is another logical step of evolution. Look
for it soon.
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From: "William Lucke" <william.lucke at highspeedlink.net>
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Sent: Friday, August 26, 2005 4:07 PM
Subject: [Gmecm] Auto-tune algorithm for real-time tuning programs
> The latest generation of AEM EMS's have an "autotune" feature that allows
> the computer to dial in its own fuel map based on the readings of a wide
> band O2 sensor.
> The only portion of that algorithm that is not currently available for DIY
> tuning of GM computers is a feedback loop linking BLM's to VE table
> values. This still has to be done manually. I wouldn't think it would be
> terribly difficult to add that algorithm to a real-time tuning suite like
> TunerPro RT or TunerCAT RT. The software could look at the datastream and
> after the BLM value in a given cell has stabilized, would modify the
> corresponding VE table entries to reflect the value of that BLM cell. I
> know that each BLM cell accounts for multiple VE cells, so some smoothing
> and conditioning and interpolation would be involved, but the problem is
> pretty simple computationally.
> That way, you just drive around with an emulator in your computer and a
> laptop in your passenger seat and the fuel map basically dials itself in
> as the BLM's change. It will still require tuning of the spark table and
> final manual adjustments/smoothing to the VE tables, but it would save a
> whole lot of time and effort.
> Has anyone else been thinking of this?
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