With the auto industry's switch from steel to alternative materials already happening slower than what sometimes is portrayed, results from a two-year study sponsored by a consortium of steel companies may further retard the advancement of aluminum, plastic and other substances into traditional steel applications. Conducted by U.K.-based Lotus Engineering Services Inc., the report, released last Wednesday (May 17), focused on auto suspensions, an area of automotive architecture heartily ...
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