Building a Highly Dynamic, High Power Test Bench for Electric Powertrains

Mathias Jaksch & Hans-Christian Reuss
As the automotive industries’ focus is shifting towards the development of BEVs (battery electric vehicles), the requirements for powertrain testing and powertrain testing methods have also changed considerably. Differences in powertrain behaviour like high rotational engine speeds, available torque output or harmonic distortions in the power electronics, but also new powertrain concepts like wheel hub drives create new requirements towards components and testing methods. In order to fulfill these requirements, a multitude of challenges have...
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