Le Groupe HEI ISA ISEN a pris part au cluster i-MOSYDE (www.imosyde.eu ) depuis février 2014. Ce cluster, financé par le programme Interreg IVA 2 Mers, est  formé par des partenaires des projets i-MOCCA (www.imocca.eu ) (leader du projet ISEN), SCODECE (www.scodece.org ) (leader du projet HEI), SYSIASS (www.sysiass.eu) (leader du projet ISEN) et e-PRAGMATIC ...

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Abstract—Due to its high potential and encouraging results, project-based learning emerges as a highly interesting paradigm in the education systems worldwide. Moreover, robotics is an interdisciplinary field where students could learn and apply their skills in mechanics, electronics, computer science, mathematics and  control engineering. This paper presents a robotics project-based learning methodology which focuses on collaborating with the industry to design, develop,  evaluate, integrate and manage projects designated to be used in real-life applications. This learning method emphasizes and enables the students to ...

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Abstract—Real-time fuzzy logic controllers (RFLC) have been developed for the VGT and EGR control on a heavy-duty diesel engine.  Previous  studies  show  that  compared  to  the  VGT  and EGR  controlled  by  conventional  PID  controllers,  there  is  a increase  of  engine  torque  and  a  reduction  of  engine  emissions
when   the   engine   is   running   on   the   same   condition.   This work  carried  out  robustness  evaluation  of  the  RFLC  control using  the  1D  transient  engine  model  built  in  AVL-BOOST simulation platform.

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Abstract: As their high specific power and long cycle life over conventional batteries, Ultracapacitors have been thought as a good  alternative/supplement for energy storage for city buses which operate considerable fast acceleration, deceleration and stop. In the current study,  the powertrain system for a PEV (Pure Electric Vehicle) bus with batteries and ...

 

The i-MOSYDE (Intelligent Modern System Design) Cluster recently held a successful conference entitled 'Industry 4.0 Talks!', on the 21st of October in Ghent, Belgium. William Wang represents Sussex University in the partnership which is sponsored by the European Union. The one day conference attracted hundreds of attendees from both industry and academia. Session topics covered the main challenges in the transformation of our economy including: human machine interface and remote control learning, embedded control and green applications, network diagnostics and electromagnetic compatibility and network  infrastructure.

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