Advanced Materials for Transportation (AMT TCP)
Activities of the AMT TCP are focused on improving vehicle energy efficiency without compromising safety, durability, performance or comfort.
- Integrated surface technology to reduce engine friction
- Model-based design of coating systems
- Multiple-material joining for lightweight vehicles
- Thermoelectric materials for waste heat recovery
- Automotive glazing
Contracting Parties: 10
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