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Neural Network-based Optimal Control for Advanced Vehicular Thermal Management Systems

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Advanced vehicular thermal management system can improve engine performance, minimize fuel consumption, and reduce emissions by harmoniously operating computer-controlled servomotor components. In this paper, a neural network-based optimal control strategy is proposed to regulate the engine temperature through the advanced cooling system.

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Asma Al Tamimi, Hashemite University

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