The chassis dynamometer segment held the largest share in the dynamometer market in 2021 and is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 4.9% by revenue through the forecast period 2021-2027, as it is the most important validation tools in a commercial and industrial vehicle production and/or repair center. A chassis dynamometer is often used in the automotive facilities as it tests every rotating portion of the drivetrain, confirms the power and torque provided by the engine, can aid in the evaluation of performance as well as noise or safety issues, and can simulate a real world application of the equipment. To fulfil the demand for chassis dynamometers from the automotive industry various market players are working on research and development and continuously launching new products in the market. This is contributing towards price increase, company competition, and more. For instance, in September 2019, Dyne Systems (a division of Taylor Dynamometer) proudly announced today the launch of its new, portable, AC Chassis Dynamometer, the TD-24-AC-T. In August 2020, Sakor Technologies of Michigan has designed a dynamometer testing system for an OEM that includes a 42kW AccuDyne AC motoring dynamometer and a DynoLAB test automation controller. The new system uses CANbus technology to communicate with the customer's ECU and was designed to test starter-alternators for hybrid/electric vehicle (H/EV) applications.
The 100.1kW to 500kW segment held the largest share in the dynamometer market in 2021 and is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 3.9% by revenue through the forecast period 2021-2027. In August 2021, Roto Pumps Ltd. announced that it has started construction activities of new manufacturing facility of downhole Pumps for artificial lift and Mud Motors for drilling of wells in oil & gas industry. In June 2021, Kirloskar Brothers Limited (KBL), a leading pump manufacturer, has opened a new production division in Maharashtra for high-end technology products, primarily for nuclear applications. It's a one-stop-shop for high-pressure and high-temperature machining, quality control checks, assembly, and testing. Such projects are estimated to directly impact the dynamometer market growth as the dynamometer in this range is often used for mounting and testing large vertical pump and motors that are primarily used in the power generation, oil & gas, and other industries.
In the automotive industry, manufacturers, use engine dynamometers to regulate engine performances. The adoption of electric vehicles globally is constantly rising to create better air quality, reduce noise pollution, enhance energy security, and reduce greenhouse emissions in combination with a low carbon power generation mix. Therefore, the constant investment in the sector is impacting the growth of the dynamometer market. For instance, the Dutch Dynostar company purchased Dynamometer ETB76 from Nordhavn, which is now installed in their test center. The dynamometer fits all diesel engines. It has a maximal effect on 1250 kW and max 5000 rpm, making the dynamometer ideal for testing high revving engines. Furthermore, the manufacturers of the dynamometer are investing more in the research and development center as the demand for more advanced dynamometers is rising. Companies like Mustang Dynamometer, AVL continue to allocate substantial capital into Research and Development. For instance, AVL company's ongoing research on developing AVL ROADSIM combined with a human or robot driver running the test vehicle is one of the examples of R&D. This includes the chassis dynamometer, designed for transient testing requirements. In addition, it consists of an AC dynamometer designed explicitly for vehicle testing. An encoder mounted on the dynamometer shaft provides highly accurate speed measurement. Tractive force is measured using a load cell. A second axle for all-wheel-drive vehicles can upgrade it.
On the other hand, China has developed an R&D Center that leads new technological development with advanced equipment, including the four-post road simulator. It is composed of the 4-wheel drive chassis dynamometer in the actual vehicle hemi-anechoic room (background noise 18dB). It is a vehicle driving evaluator that reproduces actual road driving conditions of the vehicle in the anechoic room. Similarly, several developments are taking place across the companies for advanced application of dynamometer, thus positively affecting the market growth in the forecast period.
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Dynamometer Market Growth Drivers:
Government Regulations of NVH (Noise, Vibration and Harness) and Emission Control
The government has imposed strict laws for noise and emission control from vehicles in a different region; a new field is being created called NVH (noise, vibration, and harness), where the design of engine and powertrain in a vehicle is continuously modified and upgraded. Therefore, a dynamometer is the one significant device available to validate the improved performance parameters. Vehicles have become so reliable that now consumers make purchase decisions based on more subtle details like cockpit noise. This has driven automotive manufacturers to develop NVH test facilities around the world. To serve the market more effectively, major investments were made to develop the next generation of NVH dynamometers. For example, a 50 dB pass-by NVH dynamometer was installed at the PATAC (Pan Asia Technical Automotive Center) facility.
The modern brake noise dynamometer has become a sophisticated test platform for identifying the propensity of a brake to generate squeal and diagnosing squeal noise problems. For instance, Greening Associates, Inc. has developed Greening Model 1620 NVH Dynamometer, designed to detect noise and vibration in corner and axle brake fixtures. This machine can recreate the conditions that cause brake noise. The system utilizes the latest state-of-the-art technology to simulate actual operating conditions closely. Furthermore, dynamometer can be used for emissions measurement, Miles Accumulation Chassis Dynamometer (MACD), Noise-Vibration-Harshness application, Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) testing, end of line (EOL) tests. The rise in the market is due to the constant development and investment for the improvement of the dynamometer. In June 2021, the Spanish government forwarded a US$4.2 billion stimulus program for the country’s automotive sector, designed to boost the sale of low-emission vehicles as chassis-dynamometer-based testing can provide a repeatable experiment and precise emission evaluation under various driving conditions.
The Major Players in this Market Include
Major players in Dynamometer Market include Horiba Ltd., Meidensha, Power Test, Phoenix Dynamometer Technologies, Dynomerk Controls, Froude, Biodex Medical Systems, Mustang Dynamometer and AVL List GmbH among others. In March, 2021 SAKOR Technologies Inc., a recognized leader in the area of high-performance dynamometer systems, announced that it has developed a series of dynamometer systems ideal for customers required to test and verify the level of efficiency of electric motors in accordance with a variety of national and international standards, including IEC 60034-2-1; IEEE 112B; and Canadian standard C390-93.
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