Sensors move into a virtual world

  • 10-Mar-2009 09:18 EDT
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General Motors’ 3.6-L V6 engine uses an oxygen sensor to determine the level of ethanol in fuel.

It has usually been the rule that monitoring another para­meter meant adding another sensor. The advent of virtual sensing has changed that.

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