Fuel injection quantity control

Fuel injection quantity control is a process during which the injection quantity is determined. This is done by taking the basic injection quantity calculated based on engine and operating conditions and calibrating it depending on factors such as water temperature, fuel temperature, intake air temperature, and intake pressure.
Although the fuel injection quantity is determined based on the position of the control rack connected to the governor in the case of mechanical fuel systems, in the case of common rail systems, the fuel injection quantity is controlled by the ECU. For this reason, common rail systems are not dependent upon the engine speed when determining the injection quantity.

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