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Interactive Visual Analysis Supporting Design, Tuning, and Optimization of Diesel Engine Injection

Kresimir Matkovic, Denis Gracanin, Mario Jelovic, Helwig Hauser

ARTICLE, Proceedings of IEEE Visualization 2011 (Discovery Exhibition), 2011

Abstract

Design and optimization of modern, complex systems is unimaginable without simulation. Although the design goals are known in advance, finding an optimal combination of input parameters is a long and tedious task. Simulation of car engine injection systems is a relatively short process. It is possible to run many simulations and then to explore the parameter space. Efficient tools and techniques for parameter space exploration and optimization are needed. We have developed an interactive visual analysis tool, ComVis, and related techniques. We illustrate how ComVis is used to explore the parameter space and to tune and optimize car engine injection systems. The collaboration between domain experts and visualization experts resulted in a new workflow for injection system design, and in development of new, commercially available tools.

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Proceedings of IEEE Visualization 2011 (Discovery Exhibition)

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BibTeX

@article{Matkovic11InteractiveVisual,
  author = {Kresimir Matkovic and Denis Gracanin and Mario Jelovic and Helwig Hauser},
  title = {Interactive Visual Analysis Supporting Design, Tuning, and Optimization of Diesel Engine Injection},
  year = {2011},
  journal = {Proceedings of IEEE Visualization 2011 (Discovery Exhibition)},
  abstract = {Design and optimization of modern, complex systems is unimaginable
   without simulation. Although the design goals are known in advance, finding
   an optimal combination of input parameters is a long and tedious task.
   Simulation of car engine injection systems is a relatively short process.
   It is possible to run many simulations and then to explore the parameter
   space. Efficient tools and techniques for parameter space exploration and
   optimization are needed. We have developed an interactive visual analysis
   tool, ComVis, and related techniques. We illustrate how ComVis is used to
   explore the parameter space and to tune and optimize car engine injection
   systems. The collaboration between domain experts and visualization experts
   resulted in a new workflow for injection system design, and in development
   of new, commercially available tools.},  
  url = {http://www.discoveryexhibition.org/pmwiki.php/Entries/2011Matkovic},


}






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