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Engine

Development

The development of an engine is initiated by engineering targets for the future vehicle fleet. To secure the technical data each development starts with the design of the combustion process itself. This is followed by R&D activities such as Mechanical Development and Performance and Emission Development.
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Measure and control

Research Engines and Compact Testbeds

Single cylinder research engines and compact testbeds and accessories with a view into the combustion chamber

For development of engines, components, alternative fuels and lubes; with transparent access into the combustion chamber. Compact test bed solution...

Modular design for future development tasks

AVL Engine TS™ Performance and Emission

Hybrid and IC-Engine Calibration for low pollutant emissions with minimum CO2 and maximum performance

Steady state and transient testing towards engine performance, fuel economy and emission reduction (engine out and/or tailpipe).

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AVL Engine TS™ VVETB

Taking co-simulation on the engine testbed to the next level

The Virtual Vehicle Engine Testbed (VVETB) is designed to enable the engineer to observe the engine under its real cyclic behavior where at the...

Proving technology

Mechanical Development and Validation

Verification and validation from concept through to SOP

AVL offers mechanical testing for the verification and validation of engines, transmissions, exhaust gas aftertreatment and hybrid systems....