publication . Article . 2017

ASIL determination for motorbike’s Electronics Throttle Control System (ETCS) mulfunction

Rokhani Fakhrul Zaman; Abdul Rahman Muhammad Taqiuddin; Kamsani Noor Ain; Mohd Sidek Roslina; Saripan M Iqbal; Samsudin Khairulmizam; Hassan Mohd Khair;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2017 Journal: EPJ Web of Conferences, volume 162, page 1,066 (eissn: 2100-014X, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: EDP Sciences
Abstract
Electronics Throttle Control System (ETCS) is the principal electronic unit in all fuel injection engine motorbike, augmenting the engine performance efficiency in comparison to the conventional carburetor based engine. ETCS is regarded as a safety-critical component, whereby ETCS malfunction can cause unintended acceleration or deceleration event, which can be hazardous to riders. In this study, Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment, an ISO26262 functional safety standard analysis has been applied on motorbike’s ETCS to determine the required automotive safety integrity level. Based on the analysis, the established automotive safety integrity level can help to de...
Subjects
free text keywords: Fuel injection, Carburetor, law.invention, law, Functional safety, Throttle control, Automotive Safety Integrity Level, Electronic unit, Engineering, business.industry, business, Electronics, Automotive engineering, Performance efficiency, Physics, QC1-999
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publication . Article . 2017

ASIL determination for motorbike’s Electronics Throttle Control System (ETCS) mulfunction

Rokhani Fakhrul Zaman; Abdul Rahman Muhammad Taqiuddin; Kamsani Noor Ain; Mohd Sidek Roslina; Saripan M Iqbal; Samsudin Khairulmizam; Hassan Mohd Khair;