Electronic engine control apparatus

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The Hitachi, Ltd. patent solves the following problem:

The present invention relates to an electronic machine control equipment, and especially in an electronic engine control apparatus wherein the driving characteristics of a car that adjust to match the intent of a driver how by driving the car. That is, the driving characteristics that adjust according to an driving around in a car and / or a driver in the way he drives the car.

Our analysis of this patent is as follows:

Hitachi, Ltd.’s patent US 5189621 A deals with Electronic engine control apparatus.
An electronic engine control apparatus includes: a plurality of first sensor to recognize the driving actions taken according to the purpose of a driver; a plurality of second sensor to recognize the operating condition of a vehicle and a machine; a plurality of actuators for controlling the machine; a unit of the doubt that the purpose of the driver how to drive the vehicle based on the output signal from the first and second sensors; and a control unit on the machine to match the driver's intention to selectively adjust at least one of the actuators, according to the driver's intention to prejudice.

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Sensor for sensing the presence of electrolyte solution

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The Murata Mfg. Co., Ltd. patent solves the following problem:

This invention relates to a liquid sensor, and particularly to a liquid sensor for non-contact discrimination between the presence and absence of an electrolyte solution flowing through a pipeline or tube.

Our analysis of this patent is as follows:

Murata Mfg. Co., Ltd.’s patent US 5187444 A deals with Sensor for sensing the presence of electrolyte solution.
A liquid sensor recognition, in a non-contact manner, if an electrolyte solution is flowing through a pipeline. A pair of electrodes, an AC voltage is impressed, flew to the outer surface of a pipeline formed of a material with a high dielectric constant, such as a ceramic, and a discrimination between the presence and absence of the electrolyte solution in the pipeline was based on the difference between the capacitance between the electrodes. Before the electrolyte solution flowing through the pipeline, the capacitance between the electrodes for high conductivity of the electrolyte solution. In the absence of electrolyte solution flowing through the pipeline, the capacitance is determined by wind and, therefore, low. Because the electrodes are maintained in a non-contact relationship with the electrolyte solution, deterioration in characteristics due to corrosion is obviated. The loss of intermediates, if present, causes a reduction in the detection sensitivity ensures a very high accuracy of detection.

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