9/6/2013 - The study defines engine performance and weight improvements that are possible when an engine is designed with steel components while at a lower cost.
11/1/2010 - A tool that provides engineers with component fatigue life predictions, allowing them to optimize critical powertrain and chassis component designs.
11/26/2009 - The University of Toledo Executive Summary outlines its test results of the fatigue performance of forged steel vs. ductile cast iron crankshafts.
4/9/2009 - A tool for automotive engineers to generate calculations on the machining productivity of various carbon and alloy steels in carbide tooling applications.
11/20/2007 - This study evaluated and compared the fatigue performance of two competing manufacturing technologies for automotive crankshafts.
11/19/2007 - This study investigated weight and cost reduction opportunities for a forged steel crankshaft.
9/15/2005 - An AISI sponsored study confirming the benefits of using C-70 steel that can reduce the cost for making forged connecting rods by 25 percent, and can reduce mass about 10 percent, ...
3/9/2005 - This study by the University of Toledo examines manufacturing technologies in order to compare fatigue performance and to develop methodology for durability assessment and ...
5/25/2004 - A technical paper on standard practices for obtaining and archiving quantitative steel transformation kinetic data and thermal strain data that will greatly assist endusers ...