In electric vehicles, powertrain dynamometers are utilized for testing the engine, generator and alternator, battery charge/discharge, electric motor, transmission, and drivetrain as a whole.Global demand for powertrain dynamometers is anticipated to rise as electric vehicles become more common.
The global market for automotive powertrain dynamometers is expanding as car production rises.In addition, there is a strong demand for automobiles due to the global youth population and rising disposable income
Power-enhancing technologies like turbocharging and other types of batteries are included in advanced powertrains, as are additional sensors for progressively sophisticated variable devices, control systems, and power-enhancing technologies.
As the Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) powertrain improves fuel efficiency, reduces carbon emissions, and creates growth opportunities for the transportation sector, key players are focusing on developments in powertrain technology with the goal of a sustainable approach to both ICE powertrains and fuels.
The development of computer- and IT-enabled powertrain testing systems, for example, is anticipated to be the driving force behind the expansion of the automotive powertrain dynamometer market in the not-too-distant future.Testing a vehicle’s powertrain is an essential part of developing and researching new vehicle design innovations.
The global EV powertrain dynamometer market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
SAKOR Advancements Inc., a perceived forerunner in the space of elite execution dynamometer frameworks, declares that it as of late given another test stand to testing grips, move cases, and other force move gadgets for a significant global supplier of powertrain parts.
The torque transfer components of small passenger to medium industrial vehicles will be tested on the powertrain test stand, which is dependable, adaptable, and built for ease of maintenance.
One of six custom-built systems, the SAKOR system has dual 420 kW dynamometers that can spin at up to 6,000 rpm.Maximum continuous torque of 4,010 Nm is provided by the dynamometer system, which can withstand 150 percent overload for up to 30 seconds.
The test stand can be easily adjusted to accommodate the geometry of any torque transfer device or transfer case.DynoLAB, SAKOR’s industry-leading data acquisition and control system, is in charge of controlling the system. DynoLAB offers trustworthy, fully automated test procedures for all customer testing protocols.
The unique adjustable output geometry of the dynamometers lets users adjust the system to take into account various drop angles and input and output shaft center lines.
Testing is made safer, less expensive, and more accurate as a result of this.Additionally, it speeds up system setup.Below the dynamometer is a modular cooling system that is easy to access for maintenance.
The new test stand can collect temperature, pressure, flow, and speed data thanks to its extensive data acquisition channels.
The system can communicate with the smart controllers of the customer through controller area network (CAN) ports, allowing it to shift the unit under test automatically and directly control older devices that do not have CAN communication capabilities.
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