TBT_汎用DB:ソリューション詳細(英語)

Measuring the engine position and posture while moving

Measuring the engine position and posture while moving

Mission

Measure the engine position and posture while the vehicle is moving to implement a more efficient simulation analysis With conventional methods such as wire-type displacement gauges, and clay to check for interference, only engine’s range of behavior (maximum value) could be analyzed. With this solution, analyzing any changes in posture (to 6 degrees of freedom) along a time series and the trajectory of a 3D engine is possible.

Solution

EngineWatch can monitor and analyze engine behavior while the vehicle is moving or on a test bench using a camera to measure marker information attached to the engine. It enables non-contact measurement to 6 degrees of freedom. The camera constantly monitors an adapter installed on the engine together with a reference plate (with reference points) to measure the actual behavior of the engine even if the camera shakes. Multiple target points are provided so that the behavior can be monitored. This allows various types of behavior tests to be implemented together during a single running test, which makes the measurement process more efficient. The measurement results can then be loaded into your simulation tool allowing you to freely perform tasks such as interference analysis and envelope analysis.

System Configuration

System Configuration

System Image

Specifying coordinates for non-visible areas on the measurement surface enable

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