AHSS Guidelines

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FROM STARS TO CARS

 

The element that helped shape the planet can help save it.  Watch this video and get the Kindle book to find out how.

NATURE’S WAY TO MOBILITY

 

FutureSteelVehicle takes green vehicles to a whole new level.  A light weight Advanced High-Strength Steel body structure combined with electrified powertrains reduces total life cycle greenhouse gas emissions by up to 70%, without blowing the budget.  A complete set of engineering reports tells how.

Why Use LCA?

This brief animation gives a simple explanation about what life cycle assessment is and why it’s important for measuring vehicle carbon footprint.

RETHINK EMISSIONS

 

We believe that the only way to truly low emissions vehicles is to evaluate emissions over the entire life cycle—a life cycle assessment.  Measuring only tailpipe emissions will eventually leave half of vehicle emissions unaccounted for and unregulated.  LCA is the best way to a smaller vehicle carbon footprint.  Learn about it.

News & Press

Free Illustrated Posters of Worldwide Crash Regulations

WorldAutoSteel is constantly studying the automotive marketplace.  No surprise since our members supply the auto industry.  We recently commissioned a survey of all crash regulations around the world, conducted by Forschungsgesellschaft Kraftfahrwesen mbH (fka), Aachen, Germany.  The information was compiled into two posters, covering current regulations for Europe, the United States, Australia, China, India, Japan and South […]

AHSS Guidelines V5 NOW Available for Digital Readers

We’re happy to announce that Advanced High-Strength Steels Application Guidelines V5 is available now at many popular digital reader stores. You can get your copy for use on your tablet or digital reader at any of the following locations, either free of charge or for a very small fee, depending on the rules at the […]

New Mass Benchmarking Method Helps OEMs Set Better Vehicle Weight Targets

Enables investigation of A2MAC1 vehicle tear-down database over a range of vehicle sizes DETROIT, April 23, 2015 – A new benchmarking method, presented today at the Society of Automotive Engineers International World Congress and Exhibition, provides automakers with a more comprehensive means to compare vehicle subsystem weights for better mass reduction target setting. The methodology […]

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