The cumulative output of aluminum alloy in China i

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In the first three quarters of 2012, China's cumulative aluminum alloy output reached 3.283 million tons

energy saving, environmental protection, safety, comfort, intelligence and networking are the trends of automotive technology development, especially energy saving and environmental protection, which are major issues related to human sustainable development. Reducing the vehicle mass (vehicle lightweight) is one of the most effective measures to reduce fuel consumption and emissions. There are two ways to reduce the weight of automobile: one is to optimize the automobile frame structure; In addition, it ranks first among the seven national high-tech industrial bases of new material industry in China. The first one is the use of lightweight materials in car body manufacturing. At present, the commonly used lightweight material is aluminum alloy

with the development of China's economy and the improvement of people's living standards during the experiment of automatic completion, there is an increasing demand for vehicles. Therefore, there is still a large space for the development of aluminum alloy materials in China's transportation industry. According to the "analysis and development forecast report of China's aluminum alloy industry in" released by China business intelligence, in the first three quarters of 2012, China's aluminum alloy output reached 3.283 million tons, a year-on-year increase of 12.49%. In September 2012, China produced 389000 tons of aluminum alloy, an increase of 8.22% year on year

significant changes have taken place in the connotation of environment and conditions. In terms of the output of provinces and cities, the output of aluminum alloy in Hebei Province reached 362800 tons in June 2012, an increase of 8.85% year-on-year, accounting for 11.05% of the total output of the country. Followed by Tianjin, Jiangsu and Henan, accounting for 10.81%, 10.5% and 9.09% of the total output respectively

the application prospect of aluminum alloy in the automotive industry is very good, but carbon fiber reinforced composites are gradually applied in the aviation industry because of their excellent properties. Therefore, the application of aluminum alloy materials in many industrial sectors will also be severely challenged by other new materials. It is necessary to continuously develop new aluminum alloy varieties and new processing technologies to further improve the performance of materials and meet new challenges

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