Engine test cells

  • 03-Sep-2008 11:17 EDT
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IAV Automotive Engineering's four fully transient test cells offer a range of maximum power and torque capacity from 330 kW (440 hp) to 660 kW (885 hp) and can handle fuels including gasoline, diesel, biodiesel, and ethanol. Each cell is equipped for combustion analysis capability and continuous measurement of gaseous emissions. For diesel engines under test, partial dilution particulate sampling will be augmented with continuous opacity and smoke measurements. A multispecies FTIR spectroscope enables advanced catalyst behavior studies.

For more information, visit 2008 SAE ComVEC booth 1123

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