!!!!"Using Computer Strategies for Fuel Trim - Control"
"Using Computer Strategies for Fuel Trim - Control"
Calibration Insights - An inside look at the controller strategies for fuel control and more.
This seminar will talk about strategies manufacturers use to achieve objectives such as predicting/measuring cylinder air for fuel control, catalyst warm-up, engine noise management, torque management, NVH, power enrichment, and more. We will focus heavily on taking an inside look at the actual calibration tables from vehicles of the past and compare them to the current day. We'll investigate many of the functions taking place in the background which will provide some new perspectives for anyone tasked with solving driveability and emission problems on today’s vehicles.
Scott Brown: Scott automotive career began after graduating from Arizona Automotive Technical Institute in 1983.With a strong focus on engine performance and analysis of onboard computerized engine controls, Scott began collaborating with other industry professionals online in the early ’90s.In 1992, he helped organize the first online technical automotive waveform database on CompuServe. He later began a dial-up automotive-themed bulletin board service [pre-Internet] for fellow automotive service industry professionals. In 1993, he became the owner of Connie & Dick’s Service Center Inc. located in Southern California. Scott became highly involved with engine controller calibration for both OEM and aftermarket systems supporting pro level race teams and retro-street rods running late model OEM controllers. Scott has spent a lot of time studying ECM controllers and their calibrations. Today, Scott and his wife Cindy continue to operate the business with seven employees.
In 1995, he joined in to help build, launch and support the International Automotive Technicians Network, (iATN) where he retired as company president in February 2018. Scott is an ASE Certified Master Automobile Technician, SAE member, Director: NASTF (National Automotive Service Taskforce) and ASCCA (Automotive Service Councils of California) and is a member of a host of other industry groups and associations. He and his wife have two adult daughters.
Scott is now focusing his efforts on Diagnostic Network, a modern online community he launched mid-2018. The Diagnostic Network mission is to connect professional technicians to enable successful repair of complex vehicles through peer discussion, partner collaboration, and education.
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- Members - $30.00
- Non-Members - $40.00