The AVL Particle Sampling System Aviation is a sampling and dilution system for the measurement of non-volatile Particulate Matter (nvPM) mass and number concentrations in aircraft turbines according to AIR6241.
Quenching is a common heat treatment technique used in the production of cast or otherwise-produced metal components. In particular, immersion or direct quenching process is a widely adopted procedure in the automotive and aerospace industries to minimize the formation of undesirable thermal and transformational gradients, which may lead to increased distortion and cracking.
In order to achieve the aim of reducing weight for better performance and lower fuel consumption, component engineering of engines and powertrains continues to approach the limits of strength and durability.
AVL EXCITE™ is a software for the simulation of rigid and flexible multi-body dynamics of powertrains. It is a specialized tool that calculates the dynamics, strength, vibration and acoustics of combustion engines, transmissions and conventional or electrified powertrains.