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Old 24th August 2009, 22:17   #1
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Hello All,

I am Sadanand (Sad + Anand = my login name) and i am 27 years of age. By profession, I develop Engine Management software for diesel trucks. I have been accessing this community since almost an year, and i finally decided to login as a new member. I find this community very informative,
and most importantly this is the most active automotive community I have ever come across.

I access this site so often for information, that i know a few login names very well, like GTO, Jaggu, KHAN_SULTAN, V-16, Rudrasen, Samurai...hopefully i will meet some of you some day soon.

I am more interested into off-roading, vintage restorations and technical discussion. Much of the off-roading intrest comes from my friend "star_aqua", who often forwards the new link to new OTRs attended by him...

Nice to be a part of such an active automotive community..
I wish to learn and contribute more to this comunicty.
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Welcome Sad would have liked a more cheerful name though man. Anyways welcome to the team man. The off roading guys are a different class of their own and I also dream of joining them sometime. Wish you a great time here. Cheers
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Welcome to tbhp your screen name drew me in to welcome you
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Thanks Sammyboy, Thanks athalaga !

@Sammy boy : True, off roading is really a different class.
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Welcome to the team man,
you show us that being sad and happy at the same time is possible (:-))
or they are two sides of same coin.
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Welcome sar , nice handle . Do you get to drive the trucks to debug your code ? .
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Welcome to TBHP.

Dont implement what you read here about error codes and design at your work place :P
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Thanks black12rr, Thanks jkds,
Unfortunately, we don't get to test our code on the trucks :-(. If we are allowed to test them on vehicles, you will witness all sorts of misadventures on Bangalore roads. We test it on vehicle simulators.
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Welcome to the team-bhp family

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I develop Engine Management software for diesel trucks
Interesting. Could you please share more details.
How you do it ?
Is it like c/c++ ? or do you have some proprietary tools/language ?

How do you test the "code" ? -- EDIT : Just saw that last post. I got the answer for this.
Is the same (I mean the basic "funda") used in other diesel engines (read : the new generation CRDI engines)

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Yes, Basically it is C programming, flashed over the controller in the ECU.
And Yes, the funda is to control the engines by controlling the fuel as desired. And not all diesel engines are CRDI.
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