NEDC


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NEDC

abbreviation for
(Economics) (the former) National Economic Development Council. Also (informal): Neddy
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NEDC

[ˌɛniːdiːˈsiː] n abbr (Brit) =National Economic Development CouncilC.N.E.L. m =Consiglio Nazionale dell'Economia e del Lavoro
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It now offers a range of up to 280km NEDC, 60 per cent more than previously, with unchanged cargo space and capacity and a single-shift transmission that makes driving easier and safer.
13, by Carol Sommerfelt, embryology lab director at the NEDC.
The results are presented in Figure 10 for the NEDC (top), [WLPC.
The test protocol for the NEDC (Figure 1) is described in the policy 93/116/EG and is used for fuel and emission certification in the EU.
2] reduction) potential, for example during the WLTP (Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedure); especially during real-world driving scenarios not captured by WLTP or NEDC.
Two different approaches were used to simulate the case of the standard mechanical pump and the one of the controlled coolant flow rate during the NEDC, whose main characteristics are reported in figure 2 for the engine under consideration (dashed lines).
Thermal management simulation is effective to show the energy flow and fuel consumption under the influence of new technology under NEDC cycle.
PWRDF has allowed NEDC to develop a program that maximizes benefits with specific priorities to exploit every dollar.
The first is the NEDC (New European Driving Cycle), whereas the second is the FTP-72 (Federal Test Procedure) driving cycle.
The introduction of the WLTC test cycle in place of NEDC will not change real-world emissions ("Tests on trial," PENovember).
THE Volkswagen Golf GTE promises some faintly absurd-looking efficiency measures, emitting 35g/ km of CO2 and managing 188mpg on the NEDC fuel economy tests.