Emergent Market Dealers Serviceability Challenges in Vehicles with PHS Structure

Paper #:
  • 2016-36-0325

Published:
  • 2016-10-25
Citation:
Diniz, F., Morais, C., Luiz, A., Simplício, A. et al., "Emergent Market Dealers Serviceability Challenges in Vehicles with PHS Structure," SAE Technical Paper 2016-36-0325, 2016.
Abstract:
Based on automotive concerns related to global warming, CO2 emissions, safety and fuel efficiency, a trend to use High Strength Steels was stablished in order to meet these concerns and enhance the Body In White (BIW) performance.The usage of Press Hardened Steel (PHS) on the BIW is greatly broadcasted by the automotive industry, however OEMs should consider other important aspects for the vehicle lifecycle, such as repair and serviceability in the occasion of vehicle collision.This paper addresses a repair procedure that meets regular performance characteristics. The study was based on the conditions available on emergent markets dealers to perform an optimized repair. This procedure ensures the proper serviceability of PHS parts on BIW systems and supports the usage of High Strength Steels technology in today’s emergent market vehicles.
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