2. Materiali
3. Tecnologie
4. Requisiti di progettazione
CAPITOLO 4 - REQUISITI DI PROGETTAZIONE
BIBLIOGRAFIA

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E.Lutz, “Sicherheit mit Aluminuimstrukturen am Automobil: Seitenaufprallträger, Stossfänger und Crash Box”, Alusuisse Technology & Management Ltd, Switzerland, 2001.

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A.Frangi, "Lightweighting and Alternative Vehicle Propulsion Systems", Presentation for the Steering Committee Meeting, Materials Systems Laboratory, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, April 19-20, 2001.

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P.Furrer, “Recycling of Aluminum in Cars – Today and Tomorrow”, SAE Technical Paper 951846, Total Life Cycle Conference, Vienna, Austria, October 16-19, 1995.

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