Vesa Manninen, Steve Weingarth and Julian Hobbins

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Mechatronics and Motion Control June 1, 2006

Test stands benefit from direct torque control

Rigs constructed to test rotating machines like gears, engines, and complete cars require high accuracy and dynamic load control. Torque control capability in ac motors that drive the test stands is particularly useful for newer, complex electronic functions (such as antilock brake system, electric power steering, or dual-clutch transmissions for automotive applications).

By Vesa Manninen, Steve Weingarth and Julian Hobbins
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