ebusplan supports development of standardized test methods for electrified heavy-duty drives
Led by the Institute for Machine Elements and System Engineering (MSE) at RWTH Aachen University, the eTestHiL consortium project, which is supported by the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Climate Protection, began in September. The aim of the project is to develop standardized and validated test methods for electrified heavy-duty drives, ranging from component to vehicle level.
Efficient test methods are of great importance for the early detection of errors in the development of such new systems. One particularly effective method for this is hardware-in-the-loop (HiL) testing, in which parts of the system behavior are mapped virtually in models.
We are proud to be able to support the project team in the development with our know-how in the simulation of energy consumption of large commercial vehicles.