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Test stand design and automated sequences implementation



dc.contributor.advisorAchtenová Gabriela
dc.contributor.authorWach Maxime
dc.date.accessioned2019-02-20T11:18:47Z
dc.date.available2019-02-20T11:18:47Z
dc.date.issued2019-02-03
dc.identifierKOS-983413815305
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10467/81256
dc.description.abstractThe actual methods to provide an average consumption of a certified vehicle are the standard driving test. As different standards exist according to the country, they have in common to test vehicle on laboratory on test benches. The use of test benches is motivated since it allows to simulate the road conditions in a repeatable way and under specific conditions providing consistency of the measurement. The emulation of the road conditions has to be transferred to the bench were the car can spend its power. The use of chassis dynamometer allows to produce a resistive torque to the car’s wheel in accordance with the road load simulation model. This master’s thesis aims in his turn to assess car consumption on driving test but specifically for a 1:10 RC electric car. This car has basically been built for an endurance race. Given that it is a specific vehicle, no standards are defined, and this thesis proposed a simplified driving cycle which give specifications to design an adapted chassis dynamometer car allowing to emulate a road load conditions. The use of an industrial PLC computer allows the automation of the tests as the same time as the assessment of the mechanical and electrical power. The presented results report the chassis dynamometer design under PTC CREO, assembly and test. The simulation of the road load adapted to a 1:10 car along a driving cycle. The acquisition of the motor rotational speed, battery voltage, under TwinCAT PLC using the I/O communication EtherCAT. Further, method of system identification has been tested with Simulink toolbox for PMSM/converter speed control.cze
dc.description.abstractThe actual methods to provide an average consumption of a certified vehicle are the standard driving test. As different standards exist according to the country, they have in common to test vehicle on laboratory on test benches. The use of test benches is motivated since it allows to simulate the road conditions in a repeatable way and under specific conditions providing consistency of the measurement. The emulation of the road conditions has to be transferred to the bench were the car can spend its power. The use of chassis dynamometer allows to produce a resistive torque to the car’s wheel in accordance with the road load simulation model. This master’s thesis aims in his turn to assess car consumption on driving test but specifically for a 1:10 RC electric car. This car has basically been built for an endurance race. Given that it is a specific vehicle, no standards are defined, and this thesis proposed a simplified driving cycle which give specifications to design an adapted chassis dynamometer car allowing to emulate a road load conditions. The use of an industrial PLC computer allows the automation of the tests as the same time as the assessment of the mechanical and electrical power. The presented results report the chassis dynamometer design under PTC CREO, assembly and test. The simulation of the road load adapted to a 1:10 car along a driving cycle. The acquisition of the motor rotational speed, battery voltage, under TwinCAT PLC using the I/O communication EtherCAT. Further, method of system identification has been tested with Simulink toolbox for PMSM/converter speed control.eng
dc.language.isoENG
dc.publisherČeské vysoké učení technické v Praze. Vypočetní a informační centrum.cze
dc.publisherCzech Technical University in Prague. Computing and Information Centre.eng
dc.rightsA university thesis is a work protected by the Copyright Act. Extracts, copies and transcripts of the thesis are allowed for personal use only and at one?s own expense. The use of thesis should be in compliance with the Copyright Act http://www.mkcr.cz/assets/autorske-pravo/01-3982006.pdf and the citation ethics http://knihovny.cvut.cz/vychova/vskp.htmleng
dc.rightsVysokoškolská závěrečná práce je dílo chráněné autorským zákonem. Je možné pořizovat z něj na své náklady a pro svoji osobní potřebu výpisy, opisy a rozmnoženiny. Jeho využití musí být v souladu s autorským zákonem http://www.mkcr.cz/assets/autorske-pravo/01-3982006.pdf a citační etikou http://knihovny.cvut.cz/vychova/vskp.htmlcze
dc.subjectchassis dynamometer,road load,speed control,driving cyclecze
dc.subjectchassis dynamometer,road load,speed control,driving cycleeng
dc.titleKonstrukce a automatizace zkušebního stanovištěcze
dc.titleTest stand design and automated sequences implementationeng
dc.typediplomová prácecze
dc.typemaster thesiseng
dc.date.accepted2019-02-08
dc.contributor.refereeBiák Martin
theses.degree.disciplineAdvanced Powertrainscze
theses.degree.grantorústav automobilů, spalovacích motorů a kolejových vozidelcze
theses.degree.programmeMaster of Automotive Engineeringcze


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