Case Studies on Torque Measurement
HBM is considered the worldwide reference in torque measurement technology. In test benches, calibration tasks and production monitoring, HBM torque transducers guarantee reliable results—for example, in the automotive and shipbuilding industry, in the energy industry for measuring torque at generators, and in many other fields of applications.
Read the latest case studies on HBM torque measurement technology:
Lufthansa Magazine reported in its edition from November 2013 about an actuator testing application using HBM's T20WN torque sensor.
The development and prodcution of high-efficiency electrical motors requires more research. One of the more important areas of testing is in torque measurement.
Automotive OEMs commonly house test stands or special facilities to develop, characterize, and test car engines. As hybrid technology plays an increasing role in vehicle designs, OEMs increasingly use such facilities in the...
The Australian company Dyno Dynamics is working on a new generation of high-speed engine dynamometers. The heart of the dynamometers: The T40B torque transducer from HBM.
Dynosens needed an interface to connect the T40B torque transducer to an EtherCAT fieldbus. The solution: TIM-EC from HBM.
For developing more durable and more capable axles, Finnish manufacturer Sisu Axles equipped its new test stand with torque transducers from HBM.
Allison primarily uses HBM products to handle dynamometer driveline torque and speed measurements for hybrid electric development, powertrain development test stands. They currently use the T10F torque flange, T32 FNA torque...
For testing seat mountings and even complete car seats, Kühne + Vogel have already developed and produced a number of machines for famous automotive suppliers. The deciding quality criterion for user comfort in a car seat is the...
The Chinese company, INVT, has utilized HBM’s T10F torque transducer and MP60 amplifiers to measure torque and speed of an electric motor controlled by a variable frequency drive (VFD) in order to optimize performance.
Vehicle drives are at their optimum when the drive train and engine control match perfectly. The torque at the transition from engine to gears determines the design of the components. However, there is insufficient space to be...
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