Model-Based Calibration Toolbox

Model-Based Calibration Workflow diagram

Modeling the Engine Envelope

Acquiring data and modeling the engine must account for the operating regions of the system that can be physically tested. Model-Based Calibration Toolbox lets you add constraints to your experimental designs and create boundary models that describe the feasible region for testing and simulation. Supported boundary model types include:

  • Convex hull – minimal convex set containing the data points
  • Star-shaped – interpolation of all data points on boundary
  • Range – data range for each input
  • Ellipsoid – minimum volume ellipsoid containing all data points

Two-stage and point-by-point models provide additional boundary models for these types of test plans.

Using the Boundary Editor to define and visualize the feasible testing region and associated test conditions

Using the Boundary Editor to define and visualize the feasible testing region and associated test conditions.

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