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There are many design decisions that go into the engineering of complex light- and heavy-duty engines that will exceed efficiency and reliability requirements. On their plates and on their computers, engineers must deal with such complexities as determining the right components and subsystems, material choices, aftertreatment options, combustion characteristics, regulation drivers, systems integration, NVH reduction, thermal loads, alternative fuels, and ECUs. And, the right decision is paramount. However, in terms of light- and heavy-duty powertrain engineering, the most important phase is the testing and simulation of the design long before the engine is built in prototype or placed in equipment in the field. Adding complexity to the off-highway and commercial vehicle design process is the fact that beyond such core needs as accurately simulating such important aspects as the combustion process, thermal loads, and systems/component integration, new industry trends such as vehicle electrification call for versatile testing technologies that can help streamline product development and cost-effective product validation.