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AVL ROADSIM EMC TRUCK™ Chassis Dynamometer

It is designed for light trucks and trucks in applications like EMC analysis.

AVL Approach

The cradle mounted DC motors are arranged beside the rollers. The whole chassis dynamometer can be rotated to align the vehicle to e.g. the electromagnetic field. The road load simulation uses the mechanical base inertia together with electrical inertia simulation


Benefits at a Glance

  • Extreme low electromagnetic emissions chassis dynamometer
  • Reliable EMC optimized components ensure immunity to interference
  • Proven record of numerous installations worldwide (> 25 years experience)
  • Excellent working relationship with all major chamber suppliers
  • Local service capability with short response time

Technical Data

The following specification shows typical values and is subject to change. Alternative technical configurations are available upon request.

Performance

 

Nominal tractive
force in motor mode
(per roller)

4,277N @ v≤90km/h

Nominal power
in motor mode
(per roller)

108kW @ v≥90km/h

Max. speed

200km/h

Dimensions

 

Roller diameter

955mm

Distance between
outer roller edges

2,700mm

Distance between
inner roller edges

900mm

Wheel base

1,800mm … 6,200mm

Axle load

 

Max. axle load

10,000kg

Inertia simulation range

 

Inertia simulation range

400kg … 4,500kg

Measurement accuracy data

 

Tolerance of tractive
force measurement

±0.2% of full scale

Tolerance of
speed measurement

±0.02km/h

Control accuracy data

 

Tolerance of tractive force control

±0.22% of full scale

Tolerance of speed control

±0.03km/h

Road load simulation

 

Tolerance of inertia and road load simulation

±1% of calculated value
(but not better than force control)

 


Measuring Principle

Tractive force
The tractive force is measured by a strain gauge sensor supporting the cradle mounted motor.

Speed
The speed is measured by an incremental encoder with two 90° shifted tracks with detection of the direction of rotation.