These systems have been engineered to validate and test different types of electric motor, with particular attention to the hybrid powertrain world and more generally to the endothermic and electrical engine combinations.
The test is a durability test and is normally carried out in a climatic chamber to simulate the most severe temperature and humidity conditions provided by the regulations for different applications. The aim is to put the engine under stress by simulating a series of states and conditions as close as possible to real ones. CustoM 2.0 for this type of application uses National Instruments control and acquisition tools (PXI, compactRIO, compactDAQ), managing various torque, speed, voltage, current, temperature, humidity, pressure, and coolant flow rates.
The bench is interfaced with a cooling fluid conditioning system that simulates the radiator circuit mounted on the vehicle and is able to control pressures and flow rates on individual DUTs.
The bench is equipped with a HMI that allows the operator to generate, load, and analyze test sequences so that they can be configured for different applications and test-cases specifications.
- Electric motors test bench
- Flow control system water and glycol
- Engine brake test bench
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