DAT provides a drive control solution for CVT laboratory at University of Technical Education in Ho Chi Minh City
In order to support high-level human resource training efforts, DAT has designed a solution for continuously variable transmission (CVT) belt testing model at Bosch Transmission Lab of University of Technical Education in Ho Chi Minh City.
CVT Transmission Lab project, sponsored by Bosch Group for the University of Technical Education in Ho Chi Minh City, is estimated to cost around 2.5 billion VND. The project includes 01 CVT transmission model, 01 CVT transmission belt testing bench, 01 specialized practice and research room, along with various teaching aids and equipment. DAT participated in designing solution for CVT transmission belt testing bench.
When operational, CVT Transmission Lab will provide students with access to current market technologies, meeting post-graduation job requirements and providing additional career development opportunities.
Continuous variable transmission belts are crucial components for smooth automobile operation. Based on Bosch’s requirements, DAT engineers proposed an effective solution for CVT transmission belt testing bench, meeting application needs in the field of transmission technology research.
Accordingly, DAT provides a system that includes:
- GD350A VFD connected to the PLC via high-speed Profinet communication, controlling the speed and torque of the Primary and Secondary axes.
- PLC system connected to the server via Modbus TCP/IP communication, enabling visual system control and monitoring, as well as easy adjustment of moment, speed, and control modes.
- HPM CLIPX unit receives torque signals at Primary and Secondary axes. PLC is connected to two HPM CLIPX units via Profinet communication, allowing data collection from torque measurement sensors.
- Siemens’ SCALANCE industrial network devices enable system expansion.
- ABB motor with high inertia, integrated with an encoder suitable for force monitoring and speed control.
Through this system, instructors and students can perform various test types, analyze data, and easily understand operating principles of CVT belt.
Demand for highly skilled mechanical engineers is increasing as Automotive and Supporting Industries are rapidly developing worldwide. By contributing to this project, DAT aims to create a favorable environment for training of high-quality human resources in the future.
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