transmission dynamometer


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transmission dynamometer

[tranz′mish·ən ‚dī·nə′mäm·əd·ər]
(engineering)
A device for measuring torque and power (without loss) between a propulsion power plant and the driven mechanism, for example, wheels or propellers.
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Electrically powered automatic transmission dynamometer capable of load-testing the GM 4160E family of transmissions with two (2) power absorption units (PAU s) for future expansion of capabilities to test front wheel drive transmissions.
Along with the transmission dynamometer, a model 250 test stand from Aidco, Inc.
Fully equipped workshops with engine and transmission dynamometers, allow for major overhauls of components such as engines and transmission devices in addition to normal repairs," says Lewis.
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