Axle test rigs are used to reproduce different loads applied to the axle elements when a vehicle is traveling over a variety of road surfaces
The dynamic torsion test stand is designed for the operational fatigue testing of torsional vibration dampers under rotational speed.
To test the durability of drive shafts, dynamic torques have to be introduced over the full range of movement and under various environmental conditions.
Driveshafts must be precisely balanced and weighted because they rotate at very high speeds and experience high torque forces. Inferior driveshafts can cause problems that affect the drivability of the vehicle. Determining the torque and rotation properties of driveshafts is critical to determine the performance and quality of these safety critical components.
Shock absorbers used in an automotive suspension assembly can experience impact damage. In real life conditions, these dampers are exposed to multiple impacts and are expected to make vibrations as smooth as possible (e.g. speed bumps).