Definitions for "Dynamometer"
An apparatus for measuring force or power; especially, muscular effort of men or animals, or the power developed by a motor, or that required to operate machinery.
A machine for measuring the horsepower and torque of an engine.An engine dynamometer measures power delievered to the flywheel; a chassis dynamometer measures power delivered to the drive wheels. Sometimes shortened to dyno.
A device which absorbs and measures the power derived by an internal combustion engine.
A treadmill-like device that simulates vehicle inertia and road load to derive results under conditions similar to everyday driving.
an energy-absorbing device capable of applying a controlled load to a test article
a treadmill-like device that allows a vehicle to power a set of rollers, which spin in sync with the vehicle's rotating tires