HelloDragonfly wrote:There are more qualified people on this forum, so let them explain the details. meanwhile I thing that not only 3D but multi-dimensional maps are used even on ordinary road cars. Or am I wrong?
and sorry formy poor english-I thinkthe 3D term regards the number of input values
used to calculate the output value.
During the turbo areathe maps worked on 3 sensor readings - revs / throttle / and boost. This makes it possible to work with the back pressure value of the engine.
So if you take a normal alpha/n map and use for example the change of the lambda
signal, you can take this signal to implement a traction control.
All in all the ECU side is not controllable - never was.
kind regards Peter