E3S Web Conf.
Volume 140, 2019International Scientific Conference on Energy, Environmental and Construction Engineering (EECE-2019)
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Section||Power Consumption Management|
|Published online||18 December 2019|
Optimization of parameters for diesel shaft speed control system
Bauman Moscow State Technical University, Moscow, Russian
2 OOO “PPP Dizelavtomatika”, Saratov, Russia
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
This work presents a fuel supply electronic control system (model ESUVT.01) developed by Dizelavtomatika (Saratov) for the D50 (6 CHN 31.8/33) locomotive diesel engine manufactured by Penzadieselmash. In this system, the fuel supply process is controlled by a high-speed electro-hydraulic valve installed in the high-pressure line of the fuel system. A set of electrically controlled high pressure fuel pumps (mode 4ETN.03) with electro-hydraulic valves for the diesel was manufactured. This system can also control the engine speed. It was noted that the best quality indicators of the speed regulating process are provided by the PID control law. It was shown that for a diesel with high inertia, it is advisable to use the PI control law. Experimental studies were conducted to assess the influence of structure and parameters of this control system on the dynamic qualities of this diesel engine. The object of bench testing was a 1-PDG4D-type diesel-generator from the above-mentioned diesel engine and MPT-84/39 traction generator. The dependences of the duration of the transient process, the overspeed and the period of natural oscillations of the regulated parameter on the PI controller parameters were obtained. The necessity of optimizing the coefficients of proportional (P) and integral (I) components of the PI control law was confirmed. A method for optimizing the coefficients of proportional and integral components of the PI control law was proposed. The optimized coefficients for the transient acceleration process of the diesel engine according to the locomotive characteristic were obtained.
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