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ISO 1585

Road Vehicles - Engine Test Code - Net Power

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 1 January 1992
Status: inactive
Page Count: 29
ICS Code (Internal combustion engines for road vehicles in general): 43.060.01
scope:

This International Standard specifies a method for testing engines designed for automotive vehicles. It applies to the evaluation of their performance with a view, in particular, to presenting curves of power and specific fuel consumption at full load as a function of engine speed.

It applies only to net power assessment.

This International Standard concerns internal combustion engines used for propulsion of passenger cars and other motor vehicles, excluding motorcycles, mopeds and agricultural tractors (see the note in the foreword), normally travelling on roads and included in one of the following categories:

- reciprocating internal combustion engines (sparkignition or compression-ignition) but excluding free piston engines;

- rotary piston engines.

These engines may be naturally aspirated or pressure-charged, either using a mechanical supercharger or turbocharger.

Document History

July 1, 2020
Road vehicles — Engine test code — Net power
This document specifies a method for testing engines designed for automotive vehicles. It applies to the evaluation of their performance with a view, in particular to presenting curves of power and...
ISO 1585
January 1, 1992
Road Vehicles - Engine Test Code - Net Power
This International Standard specifies a method for testing engines designed for automotive vehicles. It applies to the evaluation of their performance with a view, in particular, to presenting curves...

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