How to make front seats 20% lighter with advanced high strength steels17 April 2018 | Natasha Warne
In this webinar you will discover how advanced high strength steels (AHSS) can be used to achieve significant weight reduction for vehicle front seats.
Our newly ArcelorMittal S-in motion study shows that the weight of front seats can be cut by almost 20 percent while maintaining safety and performance at an affordable cost.
This is possible by using a range of innovative steels, including advanced Dual Phase and Complex Phase steels. Fortiform, ArcelorMittal’s range of 3rd Generation AHSS for cold forming, is also considered as it is particularly suitable for automotive parts with complex shapes which require crash resistance. The use of AHSS is combined with redesigning parts to take maximum advantage of the advanced mechanical characteristics of the new steels.
This webinar will give seat makers inspiration about various options to achieve a compromise between weight savings and cost while maintaining safety.
Thursday 24th May 2018 15.00 CEST (Europe) | 8.00 CDT (US) | 9.00 EDT (US)
About the presenters:
This webinar is presented by Georges Lovato and Ahmed Belhadj from ArcelorMittal’s Global R&D team.
Georges Lovato has been working in ArcelorMittal’s Automotive Advanced Engineering Global R&D since almost 10 years.
As Technical Support & Client Relationship Manager, he is in charge of co-engineering/co-designing modules/components with automotive components/modules sub-contractors supporting the use of advanced high strength steel lightweight solutions.
As the New Product Manager, he is in charge of the development and promotion of cold rolled Complex Phase, Dual Phase and Martensitics grades with different coatings across plants in Europe. He is also in charge of AHSS hot rolled products such dual phase, ferrite bainitics and complex phases.
ArcelorMittal is the world’s leading steel and mining company. It is the leading supplier of quality steel products in all major markets including automotive. ArcelorMittal is present in more than 60 countries and has an industrial footprint in over 20 countries. ArcelorMittal develops automotive steel products and solutions to optimise the weight and cost of vehicles and reduce carbon emissions while ensuring high standards of safety.
For more information visit automotive.arcelormittal.com