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2009 apr saewc_pres
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2009 apr saewc_pres
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2009 apr saewc_pres
2009 apr saewc_pres
2009 apr saewc_pres
2009 apr saewc_pres
2009 apr saewc_pres
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  • 1. Total Vehicular Energy Use Management Randall Scheps Marketing Director, Alcoa Ground Transportation Chairman, The Aluminum Association’s Auto & Light Truck Group www.autoaluminum.org
  • 2. Aluminum Builds a Better CarMass Reduction Better Fuel Economy Infinitely Reduced Recyclable Emissions Enhanced Performance Improved Safety 2
  • 3. Aluminum Helps Reduce CO2• Aluminum already saving 300M = Billions of Metric Tons 12% of Global Emissions metric tons of CO2 annually• Bigger reductions possible• Highly complimentary with advanced drivetrains 700 GHG Emissions 650 Transport Savings 600 550 CO2 emissions from 500 aluminum industry Mt CO2e• Carbon neutral by 2025 450 400 350 Savings from 300 transport 250 200 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 3
  • 4. Aluminum Delivers Life Cycle CO2 Savings• Most CO2 emissions occur in the use phase• Aluminum production represents only 5% of the life cycle energy• Each pound of aluminum replacing steel saves 22.9 pounds of CO2 net• Cradle to cradle sustainable 4
  • 5. Ricardo Study: Aluminum Provides Fuel Economy Benefits Gasoline 15 13 % Fuel Economy Improvement 11 9 Weight reduction & resizing 10% 6-7% 7 5 3 1 0 5 10 15 20 25 % Weight Reduction Small Car - Resized Engine Mid Size Car - Resized Engine Small SUV - Resized Engine Large SUV - Resized Engine Truck - Resized Engine Small Car - Baseline Engine Mid Size Car - Baseline Engine Small SUV - Baseline Engine Large SUV - Baseline Engine Truck - Baseline EngineSource: Ricardo 5
  • 6. Secondary Weight Savings Add Value Mass and Cost Savings by Component SecondarySource: IBIS Associates 6
  • 7. IBIS Study: Aluminum Adds Value to Alternative Powertrains Percent Increase in MPG Cost per 1 MPG Increase 60.0% $300 50.0% $250 40.0% $200 30.0% $150 20.0% $100 10.0% $50 0.0% $0 Baseline Diesel Hybrid Baseline Diesel Hybrid Steel Body Aluminum Body Steel Body Aluminum BodySource: IBIS Associates 7
  • 8. Leading Experts Agree: Lightweighting “Very Important” to Reach CAFE Levels• 25% – Fuel economy improvement to come from weightsavings, as predicted by material experts and bodyengineers• 50% – Fuel economy improvement to come from weightsavings, as predicted by powertrain experts• Lightweighting is the only option that improves safety andfuel economy simultaneously “We’ll need to spend more resources to develop lightweight structures to boost fuel mileage – but we won’t necessarily need expensive and exotic materials like carbon composites.” -Gerhard Schmidt Chief Technical Officer & Vice President Ford Motor Company 8
  • 9. Aluminum vs. Other Materials Strength Applications Stiffness Applications 900 120 800 Mild Steel Baseline Composite 100 700 Aluminum offersPerformance vs. Cost Performance vs. Cost 600 greater total weight 80 Aluminum offers the save potential than highest weight save 500 steel 60 HSS potential vs. other 400 Aluminum 7xxx Composite metals Aluminum 6xxx 300 40 HSS Aluminum 6xxx 200 Aluminum 7xxx Mild Steel Baseline Mg 20 100 Mg 0 0 0 20 40 60 80 100 0 20 40 60 80 100 Weight Saved Weight Saved Strength-Constrained Areas of the Body 9
  • 10. Aluminum’s Economics Tell Positive Story Price Development Aluminum vs. Steel 7 6 LME / SteelAluminum vs. Steel Cost Ratio Ratio 5 4 3 2 1 Source: - Al: EAA LME 3 months - Steel: MEPS 0 International 2008 10
  • 11. Auto Aluminum Use At All-Time High North American Light Vehicle Aluminum Content Continues to Climb12% 10.4% 9.6%10% 8.8% 8.6% 7.8%8% 6.9% 6.1%6% 5.1% 4.5% 3.9%4% 2.0% 2.1%2%0% 1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2009 2010F 2015F 2020F Aluminum Share as Percentage of Curb Weight 11
  • 12. Aluminum Success Stories and Growth Opportunities Component Aluminum Share » Heat exchangers 100% » Pistons 100%Success Stories » Transmission cases > 98% » Cylinder heads > 98% » Wheels > 69% » Engine blocks > 69% » Drive shafts > 50% » Knuckles > 39% » Hoods > 22%Growth Areas » Control Arms > 15% » Bumper > 11% » Cradles/sub-frames > 10% » Body in White » Wiring Harness 12
  • 13. Aluminum Builds a Better Car• Light• Strong• Safe• Saves fuel and CO2• Cradle to cradle sustainable• Economic Audi TT• Part of the solution 13
  • 14. Total Vehicular Energy Use Management Randall Scheps Marketing Director, Alcoa Ground Transportation Chairman, The Aluminum Association’s Auto & Light Truck Group www.autoaluminum.org

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