DSM to present automotive solutions at AutoEPCON
Peter Schmieg, Senior Application Development Engineer Automotive at DSM, will present “Lightweight Stanyl® polyamide 46 Stator Concept for the Transmission Torque Converter,” at 2:10 p.m. in Amphitheatre 101. The paper addresses the challenges for new fuel C02 emissions requirements, weight reduction, and performance and how DSM is at the forefront addressing these key concerns with solutions like the lightweight development of a Stanyl polyamide 46 transmission torque converter stator.
Russell Bloomfield, Application Development Engineer Automotive at DSM, will be presenting “Assessing Thermoplastic Performance According to the ARO Principle” at 11:10 a.m. in the Auditorium. This paper speaks to the concept of the Absolute Real Operating (ARO) value while offering material performance comparisons.
In addition to presenting, DSM is a premier sponsor of the event and will be exhibiting automotive solutions for emission reduction, weight reduction, and increased fuel efficiency.