Event Title

Analysis and Applications of Software System for Calibration of Vehicles

Session

Computer Science and Communication Engineering

Description

This research study aims to evaluate the analysis and application of vehicle calibration software and to measure the power of vehicles before calibration and after calibration. To accomplish this topic, a descriptive method was used which describes in detail the operation of the Engine Control Unit (ECU) and WINOLS, as well as the analytical method to analyze and show the results before and after ECU modification or calibration. The sample in this research considered four cars: Passat CC, Golf 6, BMW and Audi A3. The research results show that cars before calibration, ie. with software that are calibrated by the manufacturer, have the power assigned, so we did pre-calibration measurement if everything is OK with the machine. The analysis has shown that after the software recalibration we have achieved 10% - 30% more power from the same engine only by recalibration of the original software from the manufacturer.

Keywords:

ECU, WINOLS, calibration, vehicles, software calibration, analyses of recalibration.

Session Chair

Edmond Jahjaga

Session Co-Chair

Ramiz Hoxha

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-19-2

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

26-10-2019 11:00 AM

End Date

26-10-2019 12:30 PM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2019.262

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Analysis and Applications of Software System for Calibration of Vehicles

Pristina, Kosovo

This research study aims to evaluate the analysis and application of vehicle calibration software and to measure the power of vehicles before calibration and after calibration. To accomplish this topic, a descriptive method was used which describes in detail the operation of the Engine Control Unit (ECU) and WINOLS, as well as the analytical method to analyze and show the results before and after ECU modification or calibration. The sample in this research considered four cars: Passat CC, Golf 6, BMW and Audi A3. The research results show that cars before calibration, ie. with software that are calibrated by the manufacturer, have the power assigned, so we did pre-calibration measurement if everything is OK with the machine. The analysis has shown that after the software recalibration we have achieved 10% - 30% more power from the same engine only by recalibration of the original software from the manufacturer.