On the Aspects of crash Box Performance from Material PerspectiveA case study on improving TWIP steel performance and its assessment using component guided tensile tests and multiscale simulations
The increasing worldwide concerns about the danger of climate change have pushed governments to strictly regulate CO2 emissions of automobiles. This development has led the auto industry to focus on design concepts that can reduce fuel consumption, and subsequently emissions. The power generation and transmission systems, which lead the fuel consumption inefficiency in a car, are the leading factorsfor high emissions. The conventionally bulky structure of automobiles comes second. Thus improvements on autobody design can decrease emissions significantly.