Powertrain testing

  • 03-Sep-2008 11:11 EDT

D2T provides vehicle powertrain testing and calibration services, on-site technical support, test center engineering, as well as test bed equipment software and hardware. Its engineers are experienced in product integration, automation systems, combustion analysis, emission benches and dynamometers, and data management. The firm's US transient package provides solutions for approval and certification in accordance with EPA standards. Meeting the standards is enabled via the MORPHEE system, which can manage simple components and test cells, through complex, highly dynamic tests including real-time simulation and calibration.

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