Technical Paper and Specialist Articles

Together with development partners and universities, we regularly publish technical articles and professional contributions. In this way we share our knowledge and expertise. Here you can find our current articles.

Title: Lighter, stronger, more ductile: Modern steels offer a range of benefits for automotive manufacturers

Authors:  Dr.-Ing. Martin Holzweissig, Project Leader Materials Development, BENTELER Automotive, Paderborn; Serge Reitz, Coordinating Project Engineer, BENTELER Automotive, Paderborn; Dr. Andreas Frehn, BENTELER

This article was published on September 22, 2020 in STAHL + TECHNIK, issue 8/2020.

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In order to reduce CO2 emissions, lightweight construction in the automobile is crucial. In this technical paper, you get further details on the approach for the design of hybrid components in a load-compliant and resource-efficient manner jointly developed by BENTELER and the University of Paderborn.

Title: Enhancement of Longitudinal Energy Absorption Efficiency in FMVSS 301

Authors: Atsushi Hasegawa, Takayuki Fujii, and Norikazu Matsuura (Honda R & D) and Tomohiro Shimizu (Benteler Automotive Corp.)
This article was published in SAE International

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Hot-formed vehicle components using BENTELER multizone technology are helping Honda meet new US crash requirements. BENTELER has co-authored a technical paper with Honda about the innovative solution.

Title: Stress-optimized, resource-friendly design of hybrid components

Authors: Dr.-Ing. Christian Hielscher, R&D Manager Julian Grenz, M.Sc., R&D Project Engineer BENTELER Automobiltechnik GmbH (BAT), Research and Development
Alan A. Camberg, M.Sc., Team Leader Simulation Nils Wingenbach, M.Sc. Research Associate Simulation Paderborn University, Institute for Lightweight Design with Hybrid Systems, Automotive Lightweight Design (LiA)

This article was published on July 10, 2020 in ATZ 7/8 2020.

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In order to reduce CO2 emissions, lightweight construction in the automobile is crucial. In this technical paper, you get further details on the approach for the design of hybrid components in a load-compliant and resource-efficient manner jointly developed by BENTELER and the University of Paderborn.