Partners from Politecnico di Torino present Fatigue4Light in the European Conference on Fracture Fatigue4Light partners from Politecnico di Torino Andrea Tridello, Carlo Boursier Niutta, Massimo Rossetto and Davide S. Paolino…
Boosting the use of lightweight materials in Electric Vehicles' chassis
New tests and computer simulation methodologies for electric vehicle chassis weight reduction
Fatigue modelling and fast testing methodologies to optimise part design and to boost lightweight materials deployment in chassis parts
Fatigue4Light project is focused on the development of new tests and computer simulation methods to better estimate the fatigue life of chassis components and to select the optimal materials for lighter vehicle chassis.
The project will apply new materials tailored to the requirements of vehicle chassis, such as advanced high-strength steels, special automotive stainless steels, high-strength aluminium alloys and hybrid metal-fibre reinforced polymeric materials.
The goal is to reduce vehicle chassis weight compared to the current solutions, taking into account eco-design and circular economy aspects.
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Fatigue4Light project presented in the International Conference on Steels in Cars and Trucks The Fatigue4Light project was presented during the 6th International Conference on Steels in Cars and Trucks (SCT2022) celebrated from 19th – 23rd of June in Milan (Italy). Project partners from MW, ArcelorMittal and Eurecat participated in the event. During the conference, project…
Presentation of a Fatigue4Light research-poster in the International Conference on Advanced Materials Research (EEIGM)
Presentation of a Fatigue4Light research-poster in the International Conference on Advanced Materials Research (EEIGM) Fatigue4Light partners from Eurecat presented the poster “Fatigue resistance evaluation of high-strength steels through a new method…
Partners from CIMNE present Fatigue4Light project in the ECCOMAS Congress 2022 The Fatigue4Light project, coordinated by CIMNE, has been presented during the 8th European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied…
Presenting Fatigue4Light project during the International Conference “Hot Sheet Metal Forming of High-Performance Steel” (CHS2)
Presenting Fatigue4Light project during the International Conference “Hot Sheet Metal Forming of High-Performance Steel” (CHS2) Fatigue4Light project has been represented during the 8th International Conference on “Hot Sheet Metal Forming…
Fatigue4Light presentation at the REVOLUTION project consortium meeting Fatigue4Light project coordinator Lucia Barbu from CIMNE presented the project during the REVOLUTION’s consortium meeting, one of our sister projects funded by…
Fatigue4Light partners celebrate the first year of the project Fatigue4Light partners met online on February 11th for the project’s first year meeting. During the meeting, partners have reviewed all the…
Eurecat disseminates Fatigue4Light project during the EARPA Online Forum Fatigue4Light project has been presented in the EARPA Form Forum 2021, celebrated as a virtual event from 9th – 10th of…
Fatigue4Light project takes part in the International Colloquium on Mechanical Fatigue of Metals Fatigue4Light project has been represented during the 20th International Colloquium on Mechanical Fatigue of Metals, an international…
Fatigue4Light project celebrates its 1st General Assembly Fatigue4Light partners have met online for the project’s 1st Consortium Meeting on 6th September 2021. During the meeting, partners have reviewed the project…
Presentation of Fatigue4Light-research papers during the VHCF8 conference Fatigue4Light partners Davide Salvatore Paolino and Andrea Tridello, from the Politecnico di Torino, have presented the project in two sessions held within…
Fatigue4Light project to develop new tests and computer simulation methodologies for electric vehicle chassis weight reduction The project’s objective is to optimise the selection of new materials and reduce the…
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