Road-to-Rig (R2R): Automotive Torque Matching

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Overview of Our Torque Matching Road-to-Rig Solution

Our patented RTR torque matching technique uses a novel approach for replicating and emulating real-world conditions in the laboratory.

Torque matching doesn’t require coast down, road gradient, wind tunnel, tire resistance, or direct axle torque measurement because it relies on the principle of matching the inputs and conditions of a road test and a laboratory test. A vehicle’s tractive effort during a road test equals the dyno’s resistive torque during a replication laboratory cycle.

How it works, use cases, and benefits for vehicle, system, and component developers.



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