Dao Nam Cao


In general, each software has its own advantage in a certain field, BOOST software is capable of calculating detailed parameters inside the engine in a detailed and reliable way but not flexible, not flexible, but must run separately for each case then reconnect. The MATLAB SIMULINK software has the ability to control and be flexible in all activities, in a more detailed way, it is to control the elements of BOOST to make the BOOST software work more accurately and softly. more flexible. But with MATLAB SIMULINK alone, it is impossible to accurately calculate the processes that take place inside the engine. Therefore, combining this two software is essential, it can help us take advantage of this software to compensate for the weaknesses of the other software, it helps to simulate more accurate and intuitive, more flexible, can study both internal and external engine parameters, making it easier for researchers to take time.

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