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先進的構造用炭素製品:炭素繊維・炭素発泡体・炭素複合材

Advanced Structural Carbon Products: Fibers, Foams & Composites

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先進的構造用炭素製品:炭素繊維・炭素発泡体・炭素複合材 Advanced Structural Carbon Products: Fibers, Foams & Composites
出版日: 2016年01月01日 ページ情報: 英文 194 Pages
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概要

当レポートでは、世界の先進的構造用炭素製品の市場を米国を中心に調査分析し、主要な構造用炭素製品のタイプと特徴、原材料、製造プロセス、主要アプリケーション、世界および米国の市場規模実績・予測、地域・材料タイプ別の市場予測(世界)、主要企業のシェア、主要企業のプロファイルなどをまとめ、概略下記の構成でお届けいたします。

第1章 イントロダクション

第2章 サマリー

第3章 産業・市場概要

  • 米国市場
  • 世界市場
  • 研究・技術動向
  • 産業構造

第4章 技術概要

  • 先進的構造用炭素製品:イントロダクション
  • 機械的特性の重要性
  • 炭素繊維(カーボンファイバー)
    • 原材料
    • 製造工程
    • 化学および物理的特性
    • 製品形態
    • 製造技術における最近の発展
    • PAN系炭素繊維のメーカー
    • ピッチ系炭素繊維のメーカー
    • 炭素繊維複合材料
  • 炭素発泡体(カーボンフォーム)
    • 原材料
    • 製造工程
    • 化学および物理的特性
    • 炭素発泡体技術における最近の動向
    • 炭素発泡体のメーカー
  • 構造用黒鉛
    • 黒鉛材料の種類と製造
    • 物理および化学的特性
    • 新興技術
  • 炭素/炭素構造用複合材料
    • 構造用複合材料の種類
    • 炭素強化炭素複合材料
    • 黒鉛と炭素/炭素複合材料の違い
    • 化学および物理的特性
    • 強化材料
    • 製造工程
    • 構造と特性の関係
    • 炭素/炭素複合材料の酸化防止
    • 技術動向
  • 黒鉛(グラファイト)
    • 特性
    • 原材料と製造工程
    • 黒鉛構造材料の開発企業

第5章 商業用途

  • 炭素繊維
    • 航空宇宙・防衛産業
    • 陸上輸送
    • 工業用
    • 風力発電
    • スポーツ用品
    • インフラ
    • 熱管理
    • その他
    • 炭素繊維市場の成長
  • 炭素発泡体
    • 航空宇宙・防衛産業
    • 陸上輸送
    • 工業用
    • エネルギー
    • その他
    • 炭素発泡体市場の成長
  • 構造用黒鉛
    • 航空宇宙・防衛産業
    • 陸上輸送
    • 工業用
    • エネルギー
    • 構造用黒鉛市場の成長
  • 炭素/炭素複合材料
    • 航空宇宙
    • 工業用
    • エネルギー
    • その他
    • 炭素/炭素複合材料市場の成長
  • 構造用グラフェン
    • 工業用
    • エネルギー
    • その他
    • 構造用グラフェン市場の成長
  • 先進的構造用炭素の市場

第6章 産業構造・市場牽引因子

  • 構造用炭素材料の市場
  • 市場牽引因子
  • 構造用炭素産業における競合戦略

第7章 知的財産・技術動向

  • 知的財産分析
  • 技術開発動向

第8章 構造用炭素事業の国際的側面

第9章 製造業者のプロファイル

  • 米国
  • その他

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Product Code: AVM038F

REPORT HIGHLIGHTS

The U.S. market for advanced structural carbon materials totaled $2.3 billion in 2014. The market should reach over $2.4 billion in 2015 and $3.3 billion in 2020, demonstrating a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.3% from 2015 to 2020.

This report provides:

  • An overview of the market for advanced structural carbon products, defined in this report to include all types of carbon fibers, carbon foams, monolithic structural graphite, carbon-reinforced carbon composites, and certain graphene materials.
  • Analyses of market trends, with data from 2014, estimates for 2015, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2020.
  • Evaluations of current consumption and future demand for these materials for the United States and other major geographic markets.
  • Analysis of the market's dynamics, specifically growth drivers, inhibitors, and opportunities.
  • Discussion of trends in technology and the impact of governmental regulations.
  • Profiles of major players in the market.

SCOPE OF REPORT

This report covers technological, economic and business conditions in the structural carbons industry. Although this report is primarily a study of the U.S. market, analysis, forecasts are also provided for global markets. Included in this report are descriptions of market forces relevant to the structural carbons industry and their areas of application.

The U.S. market is presented by type of structural carbons along with growth forecasts through 2020. The driving forces in the industry and the structure of the industry are also examined.

International aspects of the structural carbons industry are discussed with respect to all the geographic regions and type of structural carbon material. Lastly, brief profiles of the major manufacturers are presented.

ANALYST'S CREDENTIALS

This report is an update of an earlier report prepared by Dr. Ravindra Deshpande. Dr. Deshpande has over 13 years of research and product development experience in the manufacturing industry. He holds a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering along with an MBA. Dr. Deshpande has published several papers in peer-reviewed journals and is lead inventor on several patents.

The analyst responsible for updating the report is Andrew McWilliams, a partner in the Boston-based international technology and marketing consulting firm, 43rd Parallel LLC. Mr. McWilliams is the author of numerous other BCC studies of advanced materials and their applications.

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1 - INTRODUCTION

  • STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
  • REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDY
  • INTENDED AUDIENCE
  • SCOPE OF REPORT
  • METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES
  • ANALYST'S CREDENTIALS
  • RELATED BCC RESEARCH REPORTS
  • BCC RESEARCH WEBSITE
  • DISCLAIMER

CHAPTER 2 - SUMMARY

  • SUMMARY TABLE: U.S. MARKET FOR ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CARBON PRODUCTS BY USER SEGMENT, THROUGH 2020 ($ MILLIONS)
  • SUMMARY FIGURE U.S. MARKET FOR ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CARBON PRODUCTS BY USER SEGMENT, 2014-2020 ($ MILLIONS)

CHAPTER 3 - INDUSTRY AND MARKETS OVERVIEW

  • UNITED STATES MARKET
    • FIGURE 1: U.S. MARKET FOR ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CARBONS BY TYPE, 2014 (%)
    • FIGURE 2: PROJECTED GROWTH RATE IN U.S. STRUCTURAL CARBONS MARKET, 2014-2020 (CAGR%)
  • GLOBAL MARKETS
    • FIGURE 3: GLOBAL ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CARBON PRODUCTS MARKET BY TYPE, 2014 (%)
    • FIGURE 4: GLOBAL STRUCTURAL CARBON PRODUCTS MARKET SHARE BY REGION, 2014 (%)
  • RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY TRENDS
  • INDUSTRY STRUCTURE

CHAPTER 4 - TECHNICAL OVERVIEW

  • INTRODUCTION TO ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CARBON PRODUCTS
  • IMPORTANCE OF MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
  • CARBON FIBERS
    • RAW MATERIALS FOR CARBON FIBERS
      • Types of Raw Materials
        • Rayon
        • PAN
        • Pitch
      • Raw Material and Fiber Properties Relationship
        • TABLE 1: DEPENDENCE OF CARBON FIBER PROPERTIES ON RAW MATERIALS
        • PAN-Based Fibers
        • Pitch-Based Fibers
        • Rayon-Based Fibers
    • MANUFACTURING PROCESS
      • PAN Carbon Fiber Process
        • Precursor Preparation
        • Polymerization
        • Spinning and Stretching
        • Stabilization
        • Carbonization
        • Surface Treatment
        • Sizing
      • Pitch Carbon Fiber Process
        • Precursor Preparation
        • Pitch Refining
        • Isotropic Pitch
        • Anisotropic or Mesophase Pitch
          • Thermal Modifications
          • Solvent Modification
          • Chemical Modification
          • Catalytic Modification
        • Melt Spinning
        • Stabilization
        • Carbonization
        • Graphitization
      • Viscose Rayon Carbon Fiber Process
      • Vapor-Grown Carbon Fibers
  • CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
    • Structural Property Relationship for Carbon Fibers
      • Density
      • Modulus
        • Impact of Fiber Diameter
      • Electrical and Thermal Conductivity
      • Thermal Stability
        • TABLE 2: STRUCTURAL PROPERTY RELATIONSHIPS FOR CARBON FIBERS DERIVED FROM VARIOUS PRECURSORS
  • CARBON FIBER PRODUCT FORMS
    • Carbon Fiber Product Grades
      • PAN-Derived Fibers
      • Pitch-Derived Fibers
    • Tow
    • Carbon Fiber Cloth
    • Prepreg
  • RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGIES
    • Microwave-Assisted Plasma (MAP) Process
    • Low-cost Carbon Fiber from Renewable Resources
    • Low-cost Carbon Fiber from Polyolefin
    • Converting Polyethylene into Carbon Fiber
    • Ultraviolet (UV) Stabilization of PAN-based Carbon Fibers
    • Rapid Oxidation Step
    • Surface Modification of Carbon Fibers
    • Carbon Nanotube Reinforcement of Carbon Fibers
    • Continuous Carbon Fiber Produced from Carbon Nanotubes
    • Carbon Nanofibers
    • Activated Carbon Fibers
    • Diamond Nanofibers
  • MANUFACTURERS OF PAN-BASED FIBERS
    • Small-tow Manufacturers
      • Cytec's Carbon Fiber Production
      • Hexcel's Carbon Fiber Production
      • Other Manufacturers
    • Large-Tow Carbon Fiber Manufacturers
      • Zoltek Companies Inc.
      • Toho Tenax America
      • SGL Carbon Fibers and Composites
  • MANUFACTURERS OF PITCH-BASED CARBON FIBERS
  • CARBON FIBER COMPOSITES
    • Carbon-Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Composites (CFRP)
      • Manufacturing Processes
        • Molding Processes
        • Roving Processes
      • Mechanical Properties
        • TABLE 3: TYPICAL MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CARBON-FIBER-REINFORCED POLYMER COMPOSITES
    • Carbon-Fiber-Reinforced Metal Composites (CFRM)
      • Manufacturing Processes
      • Mechanical Properties
        • TABLE 4: TYPICAL MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CARBON-FIBER-REINFORCED METAL COMPOSITES
  • CARBON FOAMS
    • RAW MATERIALS
      • TABLE 5: PROPERTIES OF PITCH RAW MATERIALS USED FOR CARBON FOAM MANUFACTURING (<C/%)
  • MANUFACTURING PROCESS
    • Flash Process
    • Blowing Gases
    • Sol-Gel Process
  • CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
    • TABLE 6: PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF PITCH-DERIVED CARBON FOAMS
  • RECENT TRENDS IN CARBON FOAM TECHNOLOGY
    • Uniform-Density-Gradient Carbon Foams
    • Reinforced Carbon Foams
    • High-Thermal-Conductivity Carbon Foams
    • Magnetic Carbon Nanofoams
    • Low-cost Carbon Foams
  • MANUFACTURERS OF CARBON FOAMS
    • Honeywell
    • POCO Graphite
    • Touchstone Research Laboratory
    • University of Dayton and Wright U.S. Air Force Laboratory Alliance
  • STRUCTURAL GRAPHITE
  • TYPES AND MANUFACTURING OF GRAPHITE MATERIALS
    • Natural Graphite
    • Synthetic Graphite
      • FIGURE 5: SCHEMATIC OF MANUFACTURING PROCESS FOR SYNTHETIC GRAPHITE
  • PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
    • Crystalline Structure
      • FIGURE 6: CRYSTALLINE STRUCTURE OF GRAPHITE
      • Lubrication
      • Thermal Properties
      • Oxidation Resistance
      • Chemical Resistance
      • Mechanical Properties
        • TABLE 7: PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF GRAPHITE MATERIALS
  • EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES
    • Porous Graphite
    • High-Temperature Graphite Process
    • Expandable Graphite
  • CARBON-CARBON STRUCTURAL COMPOSITES
    • TYPES OF STRUCTURAL COMPOSITE MATERIALS
    • CARBON-REINFORCED CARBON MATRIX COMPOSITES
      • TABLE 8: ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITES
    • DIFFERENCES BETWEEN GRAPHITE AND CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITES
      • TABLE 9: COMPARISON OF PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF GRAPHITE AND CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITES
  • CHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL PROPERTIES
  • REINFORCEMENT ARCHITECTURE
    • One-Dimensional Architecture
    • Two-Dimensional Architecture
    • Three-Dimensional Architecture
    • Multidimensional Architecture
    • Foam Reinforcement
  • MANUFACTURING PROCESSES
    • Infiltration of Matrix Phase
      • Raw Materials for Matrix Phase
      • Chemical Vapor Infiltration Process
        • Temperature Gradient Process
        • Isothermal Process
        • Pressure Gradient Process
      • Liquid Pitch Infiltration Process
        • Raw Materials
        • Manufacturing Process
          • Low-Pressure Process
          • High-Pressure Process
      • Thermosetting Resins as Matrix Precursors
        • FIGURE 7: REPRESENTATION OF CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITE MANUFACTURING PROCESS
  • STRUCTURE AND PROPERTY RELATIONSHIPS
    • Microstructural Features
      • TABLE 10: COMPARISON OF CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITES PROPERTIES MANUFACTURED BY VARIOUS PROCESSING ROUTES
    • Mechanical Properties
      • Young's Modulus
      • Strength
      • Fatigue and Creep
      • Effect of Temperature on Mechanical Properties
      • Effect of Oxidation on Mechanical Properties
    • Thermal Properties
    • Friction and Wear Properties
  • OXIDATION PROTECTION FOR CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITES
  • TECHNOLOGY TRENDS
    • Oxidation Inhibition of Carbon-Carbon Composites
    • Rapid-Oxidative-Stabilization Composites
    • High-purity Carbon-Carbon Composites
    • High-density Carbon-Carbon Composites
    • Elimination of Need for Oxidative Stabilization of Carbon Composites
    • High Thermal Conductivity Carbon-Carbon Composites
    • Sequential Deposit of Carbon Matrix and In Situ Polymerization
    • Rapid Processing of Carbon-Carbon Composites
    • Protective Coatings
    • Detecting Flaws in the Carbon Composites
    • Carbon-Carbon Composites from Densified Carbon Foam
    • Low-Temperature Densification Using Sugar Pyrolysis
    • Thick Three-dimensional Preforms for Carbon-Carbon Composites
    • High-Strength Composites Developed by NASA and JPL
    • Carbon-Carbon Frictional Composites for Elevator Brakes
    • Joining Carbon-Carbon Composites
    • Nanotubes in Carbon-Carbon Composites
    • Low-cost Production of Carbon-Carbon Composites
  • GRAPHENE
    • PROPERTIES
    • RAW MATERIALS AND PRODUCTION PROCESSES
      • Established Technologies
        • "Scotch Tape" Method
        • Epitaxial Method
        • Graphite Oxide Reduction Method
      • Experimental Approaches
        • Metal-Carbon Melt Method
        • Pyrolysis of Sodium Ethoxide Method
        • Production of Graphene from Carbon Nanotubes
        • Production of Graphene from Table Sugar
        • Dissolving Graphite in Chlorosulphonic Acid
        • "Molecular Wedge" Method
        • Radio Frequency Catalytic Chemical Vapor Deposition
        • Atmospheric Pressure Chemical Vapor Deposition
        • Carbon Dioxide Reduction
        • Dry Ice-Based Production Processes
  • COMPANIES DEVELOPING GRAPHENE STRUCTURAL MATERIALS
    • Allotropica Technologies
    • General Motors
    • Graftech
    • Graphene Devices Ltd.
    • Graphenea

CHAPTER 5 - COMMERCIAL APPLICATIONS

  • CARBON FIBER APPLICATIONS
    • TABLE 11: PROPERTIES AND APPLICATIONS OF CARBON FIBERS
  • AEROSPACE AND DEFENSE INDUSTRY
    • Space Vehicles
      • Unmanned Spacecraft
      • Manned Spacecraft
      • Launch Vehicles
      • Total U.S. Space Market
        • TABLE 12: U.S. SPACE VEHICLE MARKET, THROUGH 2020 ($ BILLIONS)
    • Defense Market
      • Defense Aviation
        • TABLE 13: U.S. MILITARY AIRCRAFT MARKET, THROUGH 2020 ($ BILLIONS)
      • Missiles
        • TABLE 14: U.S. MISSILE SHIPMENTS, THROUGH- 2020 ($ BILLIONS)
    • Commercial Aviation
      • Large Aircraft
        • TABLE 15: DELIVERIES OF LARGE U.S.-MADE COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT BY TYPE, THROUGH 2020 (UNITS)
      • Carbon Fiber Consumption
        • TABLE 16: CONSUMPTION OF CARBON-FIBER-REINFORCED COMPOSITES IN U.S.-MADE COMMERCIAL AIRLINERS (LBS/%)
  • GROUND TRANSPORT
    • Trains and Locomotives
    • Motor Vehicles
  • INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS
    • WIND ENERGY
      • TABLE 17: U.S. WIND POWER CAPACITY, THROUGH 2020 (MW)
      • TABLE 18: U.S. PRODUCTION OF WIND TURBINE ROTOR BLADES, THROUGH 2020 (NUMBER OF BLADES)
    • SPORTING GOODS
      • Golf Clubs
        • TABLE 19: U.S. MARKET FOR CARBON FIBER COMPOSITE GOLF CLUBS, THROUGH 2020 ($ MILLIONS)
      • Bicycles
      • Recreational Boating
      • Sport Fishing
        • TABLE 20: U.S. SHIPMENTS OF CARBON FIBER FISHING RODS, THROUGH-2020 ($ MILLIONS)
      • Other Applications
  • INFRASTRUCTURE
    • New Bridge Construction
    • Bridge Repairs
      • Column Repairs
      • Seismic Retrofit
    • High-Strength Building Construction
    • Engineered Wood Products
    • Deepwater Oil and Gas Structures Made from Carbon Composites
    • Smarter and Stronger Concrete
    • New Manufacturing Process for Reinforced Concrete
  • THERMAL MANAGEMENT
    • Conductive Plastics
    • Carbon Nanotubes
  • OTHER APPLICATIONS
    • Biocompatibility Applications
    • Electrochemical Applications
    • Static Dissipation Applications
    • Lightweight Telescope Mirrors
    • Hollow Carbon Fibers in Molecular Sieve Applications
    • Emerging Energy Systems
    • Turtle Airship Uses Carbon Composites
  • CARBON FIBERS MARKET GROWTH
    • TABLE 21: U.S. CONSUMPTION OF CARBON FIBERS BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2020 (THOUSAND LBS.)
    • FIGURE 8: U.S. CONSUMPTION SHARE OF CARBON FIBER BY INDUSTRY, 2014 VS. 2020 (%)
    • TABLE 22: U.S. MARKET FOR CARBON FIBERS BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2020 ($ MILLIONS)
    • FIGURE 9: U.S. MARKET SHARE FOR CARBON FIBER BY INDUSTRY, 2014 VS. 2020 (%)
  • CARBON FOAM APPLICATIONS
    • AEROSPACE AND DEFENSE
      • Radiators
      • Fire Barrier Applications
      • Brakes
    • GROUND TRANSPORTATION
      • Automotive Radiators
      • Shock Absorbers and Bumpers
      • Other Automotive Applications
    • INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS
      • Sandwich Panels
      • Electronic Heat Sinks
      • Phase-Change Materials
    • ENERGY
      • Batteries
      • Fuel Cells
        • Radiators
        • Humidifiers
        • Bipolar Plates
        • Supercapacitors
        • Nuclear Reactor Cores
        • Gas Storage
    • OTHER APPLICATIONS
      • Air Filtration Devices
      • Personal Cooling Devices
      • Health Care Applications
      • Acoustic Absorber Materials
    • CARBON FOAM MARKET GROWTH
      • TABLE 23: U.S. CONSUMPTION OF CARBON FOAM, THROUGH 2020 (THOUSAND LBS.)
      • FIGURE 10: U.S. CONSUMPTION SHARE OF CARBON FOAM BY INDUSTRY, 2014 VS. 2020 (%)
      • TABLE 24: U.S. CARBON FOAM MARKET BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2020 ($ MILLIONS)
  • STRUCTURAL GRAPHITE APPLICATIONS
    • AEROSPACE AND DEFENSE
    • GROUND TRANSPORTATION
    • INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS
      • Chemical Industry Applications
      • Mechanical Applications
        • Bearings and Brushes
          • TABLE 25: TYPICAL APPLICATIONS FOR GRAPHITE BEARINGS
        • Seals
        • Friction Materials
      • Metallurgy
      • Glassware
      • Refractory Applications
    • ENERGY
      • Fuel Cells
      • Nuclear Industry Applications
      • Hydrogen Storage
    • STRUCTURAL GRAPHITE MARKET GROWTH
      • TABLE 26: U.S. CONSUMPTION OF STRUCTURAL GRAPHITE BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2020 (THOUSAND LBS.)
      • FIGURE 11: U.S. CONSUMPTION SHARE OF STRUCTURAL GRAPHITE BY INDUSTRY, 2014 VS. 2020 (%)
      • TABLE 27: U.S. MARKET FOR STRUCTURAL GRAPHITE BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2020 ($ MILLIONS)
  • CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITES APPLICATIONS
    • AEROSPACE
      • Space Vehicle Thermal Protection Systems
      • Aircraft Engine Components
      • Aircraft Brakes
      • Other Aerospace Applications
    • GROUND TRANSPORTATION
    • INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS
      • Refractory Structures
      • Glass Industry
      • Corrosion-Resistant Structures
      • Thermal-Management Solutions
    • ENERGY
    • OTHER APPLICATIONS
      • Biocompatible Structures
    • CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITES MARKET GROWTH
      • TABLE 28: U.S. CONSUMPTION OF CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITES BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2020 (THOUSAND LBS.)
      • FIGURE 12: U.S. CONSUMPTION SHARE OF CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITES BY INDUSTRY, 2014 VS. 2020 (%)
      • TABLE 29: U.S. MARKET FOR CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITES BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2020 ($ MILLIONS)
  • STRUCTURAL GRAPHENE APPLICATIONS
    • INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS
      • Thermal Management Solutions
    • ENERGY
      • Hydrogen Storage
        • Oxidized Graphene Sheets
        • Corrugated Graphene
        • Other Developments
      • Batteries
    • OTHER APPLICATIONS
      • TABLE 30: POSSIBLE TYPES OF GRAPHENE COMPOSITES AND THEIR PROPERTIES
  • MARKET GROWTH
    • TABLE 31: U.S. CONSUMPTION OF STRUCTURAL GRAPHENE BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2020 ($ MILLIONS)
  • MARKETS FOR ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CARBONS
    • TABLE 32: U.S. CONSUMPTION OF STRUCTURAL CARBONS BY MATERIAL TYPE, THROUGH 2020 (THOUSAND LBS.)
    • FIGURE 13: U.S. CONSUMPTION SHARE OF STRUCTURAL CARBONS BY MATERIAL TYPE, 2014 VS. 2020 (%)
    • TABLE 33: U.S. MARKET FOR STRUCTURAL CARBON PRODUCTS BY TYPE, THROUGH 2020 ($ MILLIONS)
    • FIGURE 14: U.S. MARKET SHARE FOR STRUCTURAL CARBON PRODUCTS BY TYPE, 2014 VS. 2020 (%)

CHAPTER 6 - INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND MARKET DRIVERS

  • MARKETS FOR STRUCTURAL CARBON MATERIALS
    • MANUFACTURERS OF STRUCTURAL CARBONS
      • Carbon Fibers
        • FIGURE 15: U.S. CONSUMPTION SHARE OF CARBON FIBER BY LEADING SUPPLIERS, 2014 (%)
      • Carbon Foams
        • FIGURE 16: U.S. CONSUMPTION SHARE OF CARBON FOAM BY LEADING SUPPLIERS, 2014 (%)
      • Structural Graphite
        • FIGURE 17: U.S. CONSUMPTION SHARE OF STRUCTURAL GRAPHITE BY LEADING SUPPLIERS, 2014 (%)
      • Carbon-Carbon Composites
        • FIGURE 18: U.S. CONSUMPTION SHARE OF CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITES BY LEADING SUPPLIERS, 2014 (%)
    • SWOT ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURAL CARBONS INDUSTRY
      • Strengths
      • Weaknesses
      • Opportunities
      • Threats
  • MARKET DRIVERS
    • ECONOMIC FACTORS
    • LEGAL AND REGULATORY FACTORS
      • Price-Fixing in the Carbon Fibers and Composites Industry
      • Price-Fixing in the Graphite Industry
    • INDUSTRY FACTORS
      • Capacity Trends
      • Price Trends
      • New Technologies and New Entrants to the Business
      • Influence and Leverage
        • Buyers' Influence and Leverage
        • Suppliers' Influence and Leverage
      • Substitute Products
  • COMPETITIVE STRATEGIES IN THE STRUCTURAL CARBONS INDUSTRY
    • NEW BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
    • COMPETITIVE PRICING
    • VERTICAL INTEGRATION
    • GLOBAL STRATEGIC ALLIANCES
      • SGL-BMW Joint Venture
      • SGL-Mitsubishi Joint Venture
      • Mitsubishi Rayon's Expansion Plans and Alliance with SGL
      • Zoltek-DeWind Supply Agreement
      • Zoltek and Chomarat
      • GrafTech and Ballard Power Systems
      • Zoltek and Leggett & Pratt
      • Hexcel and Airbus Industries
      • Hexcel and Boeing
      • Chinese - Russian Alliance

CHAPTER 7 - INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND TECHNOLOGY TRENDS ANALYSIS

  • INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ANALYSIS
    • TABLE 34: PATENTS ISSUED TO LEADING MANUFACTURES IN STRUCTURAL CARBON MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY, 1996-SEPTEMBER, 2015
  • TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT TRENDS

CHAPTER 8 - INTERNATIONAL ASPECTS OF STRUCTURAL CARBONS BUSINESS

  • TABLE 35: GLOBAL MARKET FOR STRUCTURAL CARBON MATERIALS BY TYPE, 2014 ($ MILLIONS)
  • FIGURE 19: GLOBAL MARKET SHARE FOR STRUCTURAL CARBON MATERIALS BY TYPE, 2014 (%)
  • TABLE 36: GLOBAL STRUCTURAL CARBON MATERIALS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2020 ($ MILLIONS)

CHAPTER 9 - PROFILES OF MANUFACTURERS

  • U.S. MANUFACTURERS
    • ADVANCED CARBON TECHNOLOGIES INC.
    • ADVANCED COMPOSITES INC.
    • AEROSPACE COMPOSITE PRODUCTS CO.
    • ALBANY ENGINEERED COMPOSITES
    • APPLIED SCIENCES INC.
    • ASBURY CARBONS
    • BOEING CO.
    • CARBON-CARBON ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES INC.
    • CHOMARAT NORTH AMERICA
    • CYTEC CORP.
    • FIBER MATERIALS INC.
    • GENERAL MOTORS CO.
    • GRAPHITE METALLIZING CORP.
    • GRAPHITE SALES INC.
    • GRAFTECH INTERNATIONAL LTD.
    • GRAPHTEK LLC
    • HELWIG CARBON PRODUCTS INC.
    • HEXCEL CORP.
    • HITCO CARBON COMPOSITES INC.
    • HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL INC.
    • KIRKWOOD HOLDING INC.
    • MER CORP.
    • MINERALS TECHNOLOGIES INC.
    • MITSUBISHI RAYON CARBON FIBER AND COMPOSITES.
    • MORGAN ADVANCED MATERIALS
    • POCO GRAPHITE INC.
    • ROC CARBON CO.
    • SCHUNK GRAPHITE TECHNOLOGY LLC
    • SGL GROUP - THE CARBON COMPANY
    • SIOUX MANUFACTURING CORP.
    • SPENCER COMPOSITE CORP.
    • ST. MARYS CARBON CO.
    • SUPERIOR GRAPHITE CO.
    • TOHO TENAX AMERICA INC.
    • TORAY CARBON FIBERS AMERICA INC.
    • TOUCHSTONE RESEARCH LABORATORY LTD.
    • TPI COMPOSITES INC.
    • ULTRAMET INC.
    • UTC AEROSPACE SYSTEMS
    • V2 COMPOSITE INC.
    • ZOLTEK COMPANIES INC.
  • INTERNATIONAL MANUFACTURERS
    • ANAORI CARBON CO. LTD.
    • ATLAS COMPOSITES LTD.
    • GRAPHENEA
    • GRUPO ANTOLIN INGENIERIA S.A
    • MERSEN GROUP
    • MITSUBISHI CHEMICAL CORP.
    • MITSUBISHI RAYON CO. LTD.
    • NIPPON GRAPHITE FIBER CORP
    • TAIWAN CARBON TECHNOLOGY CO. LTD.
    • TOHO TENAX CO. LTD.
    • TORAY INDUSTRIES INC.

LIST OF TABLES

  • SUMMARY TABLE: U.S. MARKET FOR ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CARBON PRODUCTS BY USER SEGMENT, THROUGH 2020 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 1: DEPENDENCE OF CARBON FIBER PROPERTIES ON RAW MATERIALS
    • TABLE 2: STRUCTURAL PROPERTY RELATIONSHIPS FOR CARBON FIBERS DERIVED FROM VARIOUS PRECURSORS
    • TABLE 3: TYPICAL MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CARBON-FIBER-REINFORCED POLYMER COMPOSITES
    • TABLE 4: TYPICAL MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CARBON-FIBER-REINFORCED METAL COMPOSITES
    • TABLE 5: PROPERTIES OF PITCH RAW MATERIALS USED FOR CARBON FOAM MANUFACTURING (<C/%)
    • TABLE 6: PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF PITCH-DERIVED CARBON FOAMS
    • TABLE 7: PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF GRAPHITE MATERIALS
    • TABLE 8: ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITES
    • TABLE 9: COMPARISON OF PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF GRAPHITE AND CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITES
    • TABLE 10: COMPARISON OF CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITES PROPERTIES MANUFACTURED BY VARIOUS PROCESSING ROUTES
    • TABLE 11: PROPERTIES AND APPLICATIONS OF CARBON FIBERS
    • TABLE 12: U.S. SPACE VEHICLE MARKET, THROUGH 2020 ($ BILLIONS)
    • TABLE 13: U.S. MILITARY AIRCRAFT MARKET, THROUGH 2020 ($ BILLIONS)
    • TABLE 14: U.S. MISSILE SHIPMENTS, THROUGH- 2020 ($ BILLIONS)
    • TABLE 15: DELIVERIES OF LARGE U.S.-MADE COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT BY TYPE, THROUGH 2020 (UNITS)
    • TABLE 16: CONSUMPTION OF CARBON-FIBER-REINFORCED COMPOSITES IN U.S.-MADE COMMERCIAL AIRLINERS (LBS/%)
    • TABLE 17: U.S. WIND POWER CAPACITY, THROUGH 2020 (MW)
    • TABLE 18: U.S. PRODUCTION OF WIND TURBINE ROTOR BLADES, THROUGH 2020 (NUMBER OF BLADES)
    • TABLE 19: U.S. MARKET FOR CARBON FIBER COMPOSITE GOLF CLUBS, THROUGH 2020 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 20: U.S. SHIPMENTS OF CARBON FIBER FISHING RODS, THROUGH-2020 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 21: U.S. CONSUMPTION OF CARBON FIBERS BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2020 (THOUSAND LBS.)
    • TABLE 22: U.S. MARKET FOR CARBON FIBERS BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2020 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 23: U.S. CONSUMPTION OF CARBON FOAM, THROUGH 2020 (THOUSAND LBS.)
    • TABLE 24: U.S. CARBON FOAM MARKET BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2020 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 25: TYPICAL APPLICATIONS FOR GRAPHITE BEARINGS
    • TABLE 26: U.S. CONSUMPTION OF STRUCTURAL GRAPHITE BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2020 (THOUSAND LBS.)
    • TABLE 27: U.S. MARKET FOR STRUCTURAL GRAPHITE BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2020 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 28: U.S. CONSUMPTION OF CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITES BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2020 (THOUSAND LBS.)
    • TABLE 29: U.S. MARKET FOR CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITES BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2020 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 30: POSSIBLE TYPES OF GRAPHENE COMPOSITES AND THEIR PROPERTIES
    • TABLE 31: U.S. CONSUMPTION OF STRUCTURAL GRAPHENE BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2020 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 32: U.S. CONSUMPTION OF STRUCTURAL CARBONS BY MATERIAL TYPE, THROUGH 2020 (THOUSAND LBS.)
    • TABLE 33: U.S. MARKET FOR STRUCTURAL CARBON PRODUCTS BY TYPE, THROUGH 2020 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 34: PATENTS ISSUED TO LEADING MANUFACTURES IN STRUCTURAL CARBON MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY, 1996-SEPTEMBER, 2015
    • TABLE 35: GLOBAL MARKET FOR STRUCTURAL CARBON MATERIALS BY TYPE, 2014 ($ MILLIONS)
    • TABLE 36: GLOBAL STRUCTURAL CARBON MATERIALS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2020 ($ MILLIONS)

LIST OF FIGURES

  • SUMMARY FIGURE: U.S. MARKET FOR ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CARBON PRODUCTS BY USER SEGMENT, 2014-2020 ($ MILLIONS)
    • FIGURE 1: U.S. MARKET FOR ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CARBONS BY TYPE, 2014 (%)
    • FIGURE 2: PROJECTED GROWTH RATE IN U.S. STRUCTURAL CARBONS MARKET, 2014-2020 (CAGR%)
    • FIGURE 3: GLOBAL ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CARBON PRODUCTS MARKET BY TYPE, 2014 (%)
    • FIGURE 4: GLOBAL STRUCTURAL CARBON PRODUCTS MARKET SHARE BY REGION, 2014 (%)
    • FIGURE 5: SCHEMATIC OF MANUFACTURING PROCESS FOR SYNTHETIC GRAPHITE
    • FIGURE 6: CRYSTALLINE STRUCTURE OF GRAPHITE
    • FIGURE 7: REPRESENTATION OF CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITE MANUFACTURING PROCESS
    • FIGURE 8: U.S. CONSUMPTION SHARE OF CARBON FIBER BY INDUSTRY, 2014 VS. 2020 (%)
    • FIGURE 9: U.S. MARKET SHARE FOR CARBON FIBER BY INDUSTRY, 2014 VS. 2020 (%)
    • FIGURE 10: U.S. CONSUMPTION SHARE OF CARBON FOAM BY INDUSTRY, 2014 VS. 2020 (%)
    • FIGURE 11: U.S. CONSUMPTION SHARE OF STRUCTURAL GRAPHITE BY INDUSTRY, 2014 VS. 2020 (%)
    • FIGURE 12: U.S. CONSUMPTION SHARE OF CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITES BY INDUSTRY, 2014 VS. 2020 (%)
    • FIGURE 13: U.S. CONSUMPTION SHARE OF STRUCTURAL CARBONS BY MATERIAL TYPE, 2014 VS. 2020 (%)
    • FIGURE 14: U.S. MARKET SHARE FOR STRUCTURAL CARBON PRODUCTS BY TYPE, 2014 VS. 2020 (%)
    • FIGURE 15: U.S. CONSUMPTION SHARE OF CARBON FIBER BY LEADING SUPPLIERS, 2014 (%)
    • FIGURE 16: U.S. CONSUMPTION SHARE OF CARBON FOAM BY LEADING SUPPLIERS, 2014 (%)
    • FIGURE 17: U.S. CONSUMPTION SHARE OF STRUCTURAL GRAPHITE BY LEADING SUPPLIERS, 2014 (%)
    • FIGURE 18: U.S. CONSUMPTION SHARE OF CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITES BY LEADING SUPPLIERS, 2014 (%)
    • FIGURE 19: GLOBAL MARKET SHARE FOR STRUCTURAL CARBON MATERIALS BY TYPE, 2014 (%)
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