SIMULATION SOLUTIONS TEST SYSTEM SOLUTIONS Electrification Battery Test Systems E-Motor Test Systems Power Electronics Test Systems Component Test Systems MBD on the virtual testbed Engine Test Systems End of Line Test Systems Real Life Test Systems Driveline Test Systems Fuel and Lube Test Systems Emission Test Systems and Certification Vehicle Test Systems Racing Test Systems TESTING EQUIPMENT Dynamometers and Actuators Vehicle Testbeds Test Cell Mechanics and Control Rooms Media Conditioning Consumption Measurement Injection Testing Combustion Measurement Emission Analysis and Measurement In Vehicle Measurement TESTING EQUIPMENT SIMULATION TOOLS TESTING TOOLS CUSTOMER SERVICES Combustion Measurement Technology APPROACH Based on detailed knowledge and experience in the methodology of combustion analysis, AVL has developed practical tools and devices to make the complex thermodynamic processes of an engine visible and understandable. To support all phases of development, AVL offers different solutions for different tasks in combustion development, / 150 application and calibration. Perfectly integrated and matched components are the benefits offered to customers by the only complete combustion analysis measurement solution available worldwide. BENEFITS AT A GLANCE • Complete indicating measurement chain with consistent communication, the only one of its kind • Flexible solutions for multiple applications • Perfect integration and communication with testbed and application systems • Data security through integration into the testbed data management system • High precision measurement through inbuilt plausibility checks • Open, homogeneous solutions for user-specific adaptations TASK Today, legislation acts as a major driving force in the automotive market and is largely responsible for current development needs and trends. In the future effective drive systems with the lowest pollutant emission possible at moderate costs will be in high demand for all engines sizes. At the same time, the market is changing rapidly as a result of new manufacturers of engines/models appearing on the market and intensifying the competitive pressure on all OEMs. All these circumstances lead to a general trend of radically shortened development cycles. Combustion analysis will increasingly become a central test focus again, because future engines will have to incorporate several combustion concepts in parallel. Therefore, all test engineers, calibration engineers and development engineers, as well as test-field managers, are facing increasing complexity. Engineers also face new challenges in the need for stronger interaction and correlation between combustion analysis results in engine automation and control systems faster than ever before.
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