Suleiman Q. Abu-Ein
The high cabin air temperature for vehicle parked at a location exposed to day long sunlight often causes thermal heatstroke to inside passengers and a negative effect on the cars air-conditioning systems. This work focuses on the design of the urgent cabin climate control system and develop microcontroller program to monitor and control the temperature and weight inside the parked vehicle to serve and adjust the cabin conditions. The system consists of three individual circuit boards that work together to build and form an overall system. The proposed microcontroller program will control on actuators which receives signals from several sensors at different positions inside the vehicle cabin. The work was carried on chosen parked switched off and under sunlight vehicle of TOYOTA Corolla, 2006 (E120) with 1.6 Liter of engine displacement.
Cabin air temperature, vehicle heat stroke, thermal comfort, design patterns
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Suleiman Q. Abu-Ein. (2022) Optimization of Electronic Automobile Urgent Cabin Climate Control System (EAUCCCS). International Journal of Circuits and Electronics, 7, 32-40