Impact of Changing World Trade Patterns on the Supply and Demand of Automotive Metals — Aluminum 670118
For many years aluminum has been widely used in passenger cars for engine, transmission, and trim components despite both technical and economic problems. It now appears that aluminum will be more readily accepted by the industry because these problems have largely been solved. Considerably wider application of aluminum will be made in radiators, engine blocks and heads, electrical systems, and wheels and brakes within the next five years.
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