TRM GmbH operates a flywheel dynamometer named DYANA (Dynamometer for the Analysis of Car Brakes) at the Institute of Automotive Enigneering of the Technische Universität Darmstadt, which is used for research purposes for tasks of the university. In the research-free phases, we can offer you professional contract testing. The dynamometer is operated by the Testcenter Rhein-Main GmbH on the basis of a cooperation contract with TU Darmstadt.
|Field of application||Passenger cars up to heavy SUVs|
|Measuring range braking torque:||0 – 5.000 Nm|
|Measuring range residual braking torque:||0 – 50 Nm|
|Continuous drag torque:||800 Nm|
|Max. rotational speed||2.000 min-1 (abt. 260 kph at r_dyn = 0,35 m)|
|Max. braking torque||200 bar|
|Max. pressure build-up gradient:||250 bar/s|
|Brake control system||Digital brake controller|
|Max. flywheel mass:||90 kgm² plus electrical mass simulation|
|Supply / exhaust air:||1.800 / 1.900 m³/h|
We can offer you all the usual, standardized tests (AK-Master, AMS test, HFT test, heat crack test, etc.). In addition, individual test programs tailored to your needs are of course also possible.
Scientific questions and brake development
Thanks to the close cooperation with the Institute of Automotive Engineering (FZD) at the TU Darmstadt (Prof. Dr. rer. Nat. H. Winner), we are also able to deal with scientific questions for you. We would be happy to make you an individual offer on request.
To discuss your scientific question, please contact Dr. Norbert Fecher.