The requirements for vehicles and engines/drivetrain rise steadily and lead to increasing complexity in the development. The engine test bench had and has a central role in the development process and must be adapted for this new who test bench must already in the design on these requirements. It is to understand the principles and to use from planning to implementation, as well as in the use of the system. Gerald Hankins, AVL in his seminar in Munich offers a practice-oriented introduction to the engine test bench technology, design, and configuration of a test bench, trends in the engine attempt and their impact on the testing technology and environment. The seminar participants receive a comprehensive overview of the structure of an engine test bench with the necessary facilities to a motor to develop and certify. After this seminar are participants able active to test plans and loads stapler position to participate and can allocate all system components required in a test.
The participants will be on the Future topics in the engine test area made aware and can position and explain these issues in their companies. This seminar addressed shopping, design engineers and project engineers to specialists in motor development, test engineers, test laboratory operators, technical from the automotive and supplier industry. As well as to students in the disciplines of mechanical engineering, internal combustion engines and automation. “The engine test bench systems Seminar takes place on the 2nd 3.12.2013 in the Haus der Technik in Munich. Information and registration: W-H130-12-038-3 press contact and more information: Eva Beldiman Head Branch Office Munich Haus der Technik r RT 302 80687 Munich Tel.