Adaptable dynamometer system set to replace self-build test rigs

A UK company has committed to resetting the standards of accuracy for dynamometers, ahead of the increasing demand driven by the worldwide interest in improving engine efficiency and performance. Its technology is based on a new torque measuring technology, also...

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Drehmomentsensor verbessert Effizienz eines Stadtautos

Available in other languages: Seit 2005 arbeiten die Teams des Eco-Runner Delft (TU Delft) am Bau des weltweit effizientesten wasserstoffbetriebenen Autos. Gleiche Aufgabe, neues Team: Jedes Jahr übernimmt ein neues Studententeam die Aufgabe, ein wasserstoffbetriebenes Auto zu konstruieren und zu...

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Torque Sensor improves efficiency hydrogen-powered city car

Available in other languages: Eco-Runner Team Delft (TU Delft) is working on building the world’s most efficient hydrogen-powered car. This has been their goal since they were founded in 2005. Each year, a new team takes on the challenge to...

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British Engineering experts provide ultra-marathon tests for aircraft parts

An aerospace componentry dynamometer test rig that can run continuously for 3,000 hours and longer has been built by Manchester’s Automated Technologies Ltd, to its philosophy of using as many British-made components as possible. Among the key components are a TorqSense...

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Automotive Innovations torque up manufacturing revival

The automotive sector is proving to be a powerbase for the reviving manufacturing economy. Volume car makers have full order books and specialists builders are enjoying record exports. But to maintain this vital economic activity, constant innovation is needed particularly...

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Ensuring Accurate Feel to Power Steering

A dynamometer for testing 180 motors per hour for vehicle electrohydraulic power assisted steering, uses a non-contact torque transducer from Sensor Technology of Banbury for ensuring complete accuracy of the readings. Installed in a Tier 1 supply company, the dynamometer...

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