Analysis, testing, and redesign of an environmental control system for an engine dynamometer Public

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  • This project analyzes, tests, and redesigns an environmental control system for Global Formula Racing’s (GFR) dynamometer. It seeks to develop a working system to test GFR’s car engine under air conditions similar to those faced during competition. A model is developed to predict the performance of the environmental control system, and the model is validated through comparison to physical testing. Based on the model and testing results, a new vapor compression system is recommended to replace the existing unit for future testing. Key Words: Environmental Controls, Test Cell, Dynamometer Testing
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