I don’t understand the last item in that list. Unless they mean feedback from the output shaft SS it is used to ensure things like the new part throttle fuel usage constraint.siskue2005 wrote: ↑Fri Sep 04, 2020 5:07 pmThanks for clearing it uphenry wrote: ↑Fri Sep 04, 2020 5:00 pmI’m afraid you’re wrong.
The engine is the ICE.
The internal combustion engine including ancillaries and actuator systems necessary for its proper function.
These are the things the so-called ICE mode to be the definition of the following parameters in engine management:
Fuel flow rate
Pressure in the pneumatic valve system, crankcase
Wastegate valve timing and MGU-H working time
Control of the power measured on the output shaft
https://www.auto-motor-und-sport.de/for ... direktive/
I think Wastegate valve timing and MGU-H working time probably refers to anti lag operation. That is MGU-H operation in relation to the ICE rather than the ERS. But I could be completely wrong.
There are 3 other things that are referred to a modes:
PU operation modes, mixing ICE and ERS components, ICE, MGU-K, MGU-H and ES to achieve different power levels ERS energy flows.
Self sustain plus
Strategy mode. Selecting which of the PU modes is used at what point on a lap to match the ERS mode and prior to this weekend the overall power level.
I am not sure how all this will knit together under the new rules regime. I would expect attack and defend operations will be softer, since the ICE power variation is now constrained. But what effect this will have on other operations of the PU is difficult to forecast.