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Reliability Question of New Material Used in Vehicle Engineering

Pubblicato online: 05 Aug 2021
Volume & Edizione: Volume 14 (2021) - Edizione 1 (April 2021)
Pagine: 71 - 76
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Abstract

In-vehicle engineering, several types of materials can be used to build vehicles of different sizes and for different uses. Traditionally those materials can be iron, aluminium, steel, rubber, glass, copper, leather, and others. These materials have been in constant development over the years, and this development has accelerated during the last ten years as manufacturers strive to compete on the issue of reliability of these new innovative materials. Reliability requires the production of materials with minimal (or well-known) variations in properties or dimensions. Parts made from these materials must be manufactured using processes that have also been proven to be reliable. This aim of this paper is to explain how reliability criteria can only be obtained if there are means of control suited to the most used materials (metals and polymers).

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