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Modern and advanced control systems for internal combustion engines require accurate feedback information from the combustion chamber. Whereas the in-cylinder pressure sensor provides this information through its close thermodynamic ties with the combustion process, drawbacks in its implementation push research towards other non-intrusive sensing methods. This paper suggests alternative methods of combustion phasing detection relying on measured angular crankshaft speed. Method developed,doi:10.2298/tsci120703160m fatcat:2efwmcmw75cjfl5yf4wci2tfay