High-strength steel for chassis applications – learn about its mechanical properties and behaviour27 September 2017 | Natasha Warne
Across various chassis and suspension applications, several grades of steel are available.This webinar defines the differences between them, focusing on the mechanical properties that directly affect application behaviour to identify the right material for the right application.
The presentation also features information on improvement of edge ductility, such as pre-piercing, and will address questions around changes in cutting clearance, pre-piercing process delays and laser-cutting.
This Webinar was recorded on Thursday 19th October
This webinar is presented by:
Robert has worked for SSAB for more than ten years supporting automotive customers exploring methods in lighter and stronger applications. He has a MSc in mechanical engineering with former crash simulation experience from BMW.
SSAB is a global leader in value-added, high-strength steel. SSAB offers products developed in close co-operation with its customers to reach a stronger, lighter and more sustainable world. With production plants in Sweden, Finland, USA and capacity to process and finish the various steel products in China and a number of other countries, SSAB employs approximately 17,300 people in 50 countries.
For more information www.ssab.com