Theeducational appliance Engine Dynamometer was developed specifically forpurposes of teaching and for othermeasurements of engine output. The applianceis designed as an eddy current brake. The magnetic effect uses up the engine power; the rotating torque istransformed into a locked rotor torque and measured. The energy is transformed into heat. The engine output is transmitted by the driveshaft. By means of an intermediate flange, it is screwed to the clutch bellhousing and centered. The compact structure makes it possible to quicklydisconnect the unit from one engine and attach it to another.
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