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自動車用ターボチャージャーの世界市場 (2015年)

The Global Market for Automotive Turbochargers: 2015 Edition

発行 ABOUT Publishing Group 商品コード 53279
出版日 ページ情報 英文 90 Pages
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自動車用ターボチャージャーの世界市場 (2015年) The Global Market for Automotive Turbochargers: 2015 Edition
出版日: 2015年10月05日 ページ情報: 英文 90 Pages
概要

昨今、燃費改善・排気ガス削減に関する自動車メーカーへの注文は厳しさを増しており、それが過給機システム (ターボチャージャー) の売上高の拡大につながっています。ターボチャージャーの市場規模が急拡大しているだけでなく、その活用分野も広がりつつあります。全ての自動車メーカーでスーパーチャージャー/ターボチャージャーが搭載され、各々の車種に合った機能を持つターボチャージャーが選択・搭載されています。

当レポートでは、世界の自動車向けターボチャージャーの市場について分析し、技術上の特性や今後の改良事項、環境規制やその他の影響要因、車種別・地域別の詳細な市場動向、今後の市場予測、主要メーカーのプロファイルなどの情報を取りまとめてお届けいたします。

サマリー

第1章 イントロダクション

  • 調査範囲

第2章 技術的な検討事項と傾向

  • イントロダクション
    • ハイブリッド・ターボチャージャー
    • スーパーチャージャー
  • 運用上の制約
  • 過給機
    • ターボチャージング
    • 高度ターボチャージング技術
  • 重機向けターボチャージング技術
  • 高度ターボチャージャー向け材料と設計上の特性
  • 機械式スーパーチャージャー
  • 技術的な考慮事項と傾向

第3章 世界市場

  • 世界市場の動向
    • 規制の促進要因:排出規制と燃費向上への動き
    • 米国で施行中/計画中の規制
      • 将来に向けた動き:Volkswagenと米国市場
    • 欧州で施行中/計画中の規制
      • 影響度:Volkswagenと欧州市場
    • アジア諸国の施行中/計画中の規制
    • 追記と必要条件
      • 商用車向け排出基準の強化
  • 車両生産の主な傾向
  • 小型化の傾向
  • ディーゼル市場の成長
  • 大型車向け部門
    • 大型車向けディーゼルエンジンに関する課題
  • 市場規模
    • 小型車向け部門
      • 欧州
      • 中国
      • 北米
      • 日本
      • インド
      • 他の国々 (RoW)
  • 大型車向け部門
  • 市場規模 (金額ベース)
    • 小型車向け部門
    • 大型車向け部門
  • 市場シェア
    • 乗用車向け市場 (全世界)

第4章 メーカー

  • イントロダクション
  • Honeywell Turbo Technologies
  • BorgWarner
  • IHI
  • 三菱重工業 (MHI)
  • Bosch Mahle Turbo Systems
  • Continental Schaeffler
  • Eaton
  • Cummins Turbo Technologies

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目次

Since the last edition of this report in 2013, the demand on automakers has been relentless in terms of improving fuel economy and reducing emissions - thus driving increased sales of forced induction systems.

The use of pressure charging techniques has therefore expanded significantly, and the number of applications has continued to grow. What we have seen in recent years is the ascendancy of the turbocharger and its use by almost every major manufacturer, as well as the adoption of new arrangements that combine turbocharger and supercharger technologies to deliver characteristics superior to what either technology could deliver individually.

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This exclusive report from ABOUT Automotive provides fresh, unbiased insight in a number of areas, including:

  • The substantial growth in the demand for light-duty turbochargers worldwide, but especially in North America and China, fuelled by the market-wide trend towards engine downsizing;
  • Stricter exhaust emission regulations in all the major vehicle markets and the high price of fuel;
  • The trend towards even more strict vehicle CO2 emissions globally;
  • The state of the diesel market worldwide - from the growth of clean diesel in North America, to the political backlash in Europe; and
  • Further developments in turbocharger technology, such as the increasing cost of high temperature resistant materials.

Report coverage

This fifth edition report reviews the key market drivers for forced induction solutions for both the light vehicle and heavy commercial vehicle markets, providing some forward-looking analysis through to 2020.

Chapter two examines current technology drivers and the innovations that have been recently introduced.

Chapter three analyses product trends and fitment levels for automotive turbochargers in each major vehicle producing region through to 2020. It also provides regional and global volume and value forecasts for turbochargers in both the passenger car and heavy commercial vehicle sectors.

Chapter four provides brief profiles of the major manufacturers of turbochargers, namely BorgWarner, Bosch Mahle Turbo Systems, Continental Schaeffler, Honeywell Turbo Technologies, Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries (IHI), and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI), Cummins Turbo Technologies, plus an overview of the largest manufacturer of mechanical superchargers, Eaton.

Table of Contents

Summary

Chapter 1: Introduction

  • 1.1: Report coverage

Chapter 2: Technical considerations and trends

  • 2.1: Introduction
    • 2.1.1: Hybrid turbochargers
    • 2.1.2: Superchargers
  • 2.2: Operating constraints
  • 2.3: Forced induction devices
    • 2.3.1: Turbocharging
    • 2.3.2: Advanced turbocharging technologies
  • 2.4: Heavy vehicle turbocharging technologies
  • 2.5: Advanced turbocharger materials and design capability
  • 2.6: Mechanical supercharging
  • 2.7: Technical considerations and trends

Chapter 3: The global market

  • 3.1: Global trends
    • 3.1.1: Regulatory drivers: Emissions regulations and the drive for fuel efficiency
    • 3.1.2: U.S. current and planned regulation
    • 3.1.2.1: Going forward - Volkswagen and the U.S. market
    • 3.1.3: European current and planned regulation
    • 3.1.3.1: Implications - Volkswagen and the market in Europe
    • 3.1.4: Asian current and planned regulation
    • 3.1.5: Additional notes and requirements
    • 3.1.5.1: Tightening emissions standards for commercial vehicles
  • 3.2: Major vehicle production trends
  • 3.3: The downsizing trend
  • 3.4: Diesel market growth
  • 3.5: The heavy-duty sector
    • 3.5.1: Challenges to the diesel engine in the heavy-duty sector
  • 3.6: Market size
    • 3.6.1: The light-duty sector
    • 3.6.1.2: Europe
    • 3.6.1.3: China
    • 3.6.1.4: North America
    • 3.6.1.5: Japan
    • 3.6.1.6: India
    • 3.6.1.7: Rest of the world
  • 3.7: The heavy-duty sector
  • 3.8: Market values
    • 3.8.1: Light-duty sector
    • 3.8.2: Heavy-duty sector
  • 3.9: Market shares
    • 3.9.1: Worldwide market - passenger car applications

Chapter 4: Manufacturers

  • 4.1: Introduction
  • 4.2: Honeywell Turbo Technologies
  • 4.3: BorgWarner
  • 4.4: Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries (IHI)
  • 4.5: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI)
  • 4.6: Bosch Mahle Turbo Systems
  • 4.7: Continental Schaeffler
  • 4.8: Eaton
  • 4.9: Cummins Turbo Technologies

List of tables

  • Table 1: Projected fleet-wide emissions compliance levels under the footprint-based CO2 standards and corresponding fuel economy
  • Table 2: EU emissions standards for passenger cars
  • Table 3: Emissions standards for light commercial vehicles
  • Table 4: CO2 emissions and weight in 2011 by manufacturer with 2015 and 2020 CO2 targets
  • Table 5: China emission limits for China III, IV and 5
  • Table 6: Emissions standards for light commercial vehicles
  • Table 7: EU emissions standards for heavy-duty diesel engines
  • Table 8: EU emissions standards for heavy goods vehicles
  • Table 9: Comparison of turbo diesel vs non-turbo petrol
  • Table 10: Comparison of petrol vs non-turbo petrol
  • Table 11: Light vehicle engine production by region to 2020 (million units)
  • Table 12: Turbocharger demand to 2020 (million units)
  • Table 13: Turbocharger market, medium- and heavy-duty vehicles by region to 2020
  • Table 14: Light vehicle turbocharger market value by region to 2020 (million USD)
  • Table 15: Commercial vehicle turbocharger market value by region to 2020 (million USD)

List of figures

  • Figure 1: Aeristech electric compressor prototype
  • Figure 2: Centrifugal supercharger
  • Figure 3: Valeo Electric Supercharger
  • Figure 4: Whipple-type supercharger
  • Figure 5: Roots-type supercharger
  • Figure 6: Passenger car CO2 emissions and fuel consumption, normalized to NEDC
  • Figure 7: Europe turbocharger demand to 2020: Gasoline & Diesel (thousand units)
  • Figure 8: China turbocharger demand to 2020: Gasoline & Diesel (thousand units)
  • Figure 9: North America turbocharger demand to 2020: Gasoline & Diesel (thousand units)
  • Figure 10: Japan turbocharger demand to 2020: Gasoline & Diesel (thousand units)
  • Figure 11: India turbocharger demand to 2020: Gasoline & Diesel (thousand units)
  • Figure 12: Rest of the world turbocharger demand to 2020: Gasoline & Diesel (thousand units)
  • Figure 13: Global market shares for OEM engine turbochargers for passenger car diesel and gasoline engines, 2013 vs 2015 (% volume)
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