dynamometer


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measuring instrument designed to measure power

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Lawson and others, evaluating the relative performance of the new-fangled dynamometer and the old-fashioned BAR-90, found that the BAR-90 performed about as well as dynamometers in identifying the real gross polluters.
The tests were conducted on a light-duty chassis dynamometer test cell featuring a twin-roll Clayton dynamometer.
The hub dynamometer direct couples to the wheel hubs and applies a precisely controlled hydraulic load.
Such statistics, though, are but just the tip of the iceberg for a car that completed 30,000 test kilometers before the start of the race and an additional 1,500 hours on the engine dynamometers which had to be specially adapted to withstand the unusual forces.
At more than $40,000 per system, the dynamometer equipment necessary to perform NOx testing represents a substantial investment for smog stations.
Jim Green, senior project leader, NREL, said, "We are pleased to leverage Broadwind's state-of-the-art equipment and their understanding of wind gearing for this dynamometer upgrade project.
SYSPRO, the leading provider of visionary, pragmatic ERP software, announced today that Taylor Dynamometer, a Milwaukee-based company that engineers, manufactures and markets reliable, durable equipment for the performance testing of engines and related applications, has selected SYSPRO ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) software to integrate departmental operations, plan production and track inventory.
Dynamometer Must Be Electric/Air Cooled Not Water Cooled.
Test Integrator to Triple Size of its Detroit-area Office, Investing in Engineering Talent, Dynamometer Technology, and Automotive Industry
Although you're probably looking at the Porsche, what you're really looking at is a Porsche in a new chassis noise dynamometer that has gone into use at the Akebono Corp.
Using a high-tech treadmill called a dynamometer, the new testing process is designed to give mechanics a better idea of how much pollution a car emits on the road.
1) used by vehicle manufacturers in establishing alternative dynamometer power absorber settings is concerned with the 72 to 88 km/hr speed range.
Swiencki, who has worked at EPA and CARB recognized emission testing facilities, has tested Tornado using a dynamometer in the lab using 4, 6, and 8 cylinder vehicles following EPA test protocols.
Contract notice: Supply and installation of a Dynamometer and Battery Emulator at CUHECG.
Consequently, BOBCAT 2 features an enhanced integrated digital dynamometer and engine controller to provide excellent torque and speed control for hydraulic, eddy current and AC dynamometers.