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自動車部門向け軽金属の将来

Future of Lightweight Metals in the Automotive Sector

発行 Frost & Sullivan 商品コード 662150
出版日 ページ情報 英文 54 Pages
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自動車部門向け軽金属の将来 Future of Lightweight Metals in the Automotive Sector
出版日: 2018年06月30日 ページ情報: 英文 54 Pages
概要

二酸化炭素排出量の削減に関する厳しい法律によって、エネルギー効率の良い自動車を求める世界的動向が、自動車のOEMに圧力をかけています。法律の基準を満たすには、軽量化された自動車を製造する必要があります。

当レポートでは、自動車部門向け軽金属の将来について調査分析し、概要、技術のスナップショット、技術開発、主要企業、IP分析など、体系的な情報を提供しています。

第1章 エグゼクティブサマリー

第2章 軽量化:自動車部門の主な優先事項

  • 自動車の重量削減に向けて
  • OEMが実装している軽量化戦略
  • OEMもライフサイクル全体の排出量を評価すべき
  • 軽量化の世界的規制
  • 自動車の軽量化の主要促進要因
  • 自動車の軽量化の主要課題
  • OEMは複数の方法で軽量化を実現
  • 先進の製造と生産工程で自動車の軽量化を促進
  • 生産工程としてAMに関心

第3章 自動車部門向け軽金属:技術のスナップショット

  • 自動車部門の軽金属の概要
  • 車体に軽金属を実装して重量を削減
  • 従来のスチールの代わりに、さまざまな金属を検討中
  • 従来のスチールの代替として、ハイブリッド材料も検討中
  • アルミニウム合金が導入で先導
  • アルミニウム合金が望ましい機械・化学特性を達成
  • マグネシウムの使用で自動車重量を大幅に削減
  • 特性に応じて、マグネシウム合金が自動車構造に応用される
  • 車体の特殊用途に、スチールの代わりにチタンを
  • 小型乗用車用の実行可能な金属として、ベリリウムが関心を集める
  • 超高強度の軽量化鋼が、良好な成形性特性を提供
  • 車内の特殊部品用に、幅広いAHSSの利用可能性
  • 特性に応じて、高強度鋼が自動車構造の特殊用途に
  • スチールとアルミニウムを使用するハイブリッド材料によって、材料性能が向上
  • 性能特性はさまざまな自動車部品の導入に影響を与える

第4章 技術開発と導入イニシアティブ

  • 材料加工とリサイクル工程を目標とした資金調達イニシアティブ
  • 実装の成功例が軽金属の導入を促進する

第5章 注目すべきイノベーションと企業

  • 技術開発が要件を満たす重要な役割を果たす
  • ステークホルダーは先進の合金開発に焦点を当てる
  • 先進の製造技術がさまざまな金属と合金の早期導入を促す

第6章 知財 (IP) 分析

  • 自動車向け軽金属の特許活動
  • 金属の3Dプリンティング
  • USPTOが先導
  • 材料サプライヤー

第7章 アナリストの見通し

第8章 主な連絡先

目次
Product Code: D857

Growth Opportunities for Lightweight Metals in Automotive Industry are Driven by Strict Regulations for Reduction in CO2 Emissions

Global trends targeted towards more energy efficient vehicles driven by the strict legislations regarding reduction of carbon dioxide emissions are putting pressure on the car OEMs. In order to achieve higher energy-efficiency and meet the legislative requirements, lighter cars must be built. One of the ways to achieve the lightweighting is to replace conventionally used materials such as traditional steel with lighter metal alloys, with no compromise in the materials' performance.

This research service titled “Future of Lightweight Metals in the Automotive Sector” discusses the possibilities of introducing novel lightweight metals into car design and the benefits it can bring towards lighter, safer, and less emissive cars. We present a benchmarking analysis of metal alloys: aluminum, magnesium, beryllium, titanium, and advanced high-strength steel (AHSSS) and their potential use in the car design.

The key properties of each material that act as indicators for performance factors are identified and presented in detail. Application scope within the car is assessed, indicating which elements can be potentially replaced with aforementioned metals. Assessment of needs from different application segments in automotive industry is carried out in order to identify the gaps and assess the future opportunities.

A listing of key innovations, best practice examples, stakeholder initiatives, and patent filing trends in automotive industries is included to give an indication of the road ahead for novel materials and its' manufacturing techniques to watch.

Table of Contents

1.0. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • 1.1. Research Scope
  • 1.2. Research Methodology
  • 1.3. Adoption Potential for Advanced Metal Alloys Expected to Rise Steadily

2.0. LIGHTWEIGHTING -KEY PRIORITY OF THE AUTOMOTIVE SECTOR

  • 2.1. Automotive Sector Working Towards Mass Reduction of Vehicles
  • 2.2. Lightweighting Strategies Implemented by OEMs Customized According to Targeted Segments
  • 2.3. OEMs Also Need to Assess the Total Life Cycle Emissions While Implementing Lightweighting Strategies
  • 2.4. Global Regulations in Favour of Lightweighting With EU leading the Way
  • 2.5. Key Drivers in Favor of Vehicle Lightweighting
  • 2.6. Key Challenges for Reduction Of Car Weight
  • 2.7. OEMs Achieve Lightweighting in Multiple Ways
  • 2.8. Advances in Manufacturing and Production Processes Facilitating Automotive Lightweighting
  • 2.9. Additive Manufacturing Gaining Interest as a Production Process as it Enables Customization

3.0. LIGHTWEIGHT METALS FOR AUTOMOTIVE SECTOR- TECHNOLOGY SNAPSHOT

  • 3.1. Overview of Lightweight Metals for Automotive Sector
  • 3.2. Lightweight Metals are Implemented in a Car's Body Reduce its Weight
  • 3.3. Various Metals are Being Considered as a Replacement for Traditional Steel
  • 3.4. Hybrid Materials are Also Being Considered as an Alternative for Traditional Steel
  • 3.5. Aluminum Alloys Lead in Adoption Amongst Various Metals
  • 3.6. Aluminum Alloys Used to Achieve Desired Mechanical and Chemical Properties
  • 3.7. Use of Magnesium Enables High Level of Reduction of Car Weight
  • 3.8. Depending on the Properties, Magnesium Alloys Find Applications in Car Structures
  • 3.9. Titanium to Replace Steel in Highly Specific Applications in the Car Body
  • 3.10. Beryllium is Gaining Interest as a Viable Metal for Use in Small Passenger Cars
  • 3.11. Ultra-high Strength, Lightweight Steel Provides Good Formability Characteristics
  • 3.12. Availability of Wide Range of AHSS Facilitates Tailored Use for Specific Components Within the Vehicle
  • 3.13. High Strength Steel Depending on the Properties can Find Specific Application Within the Car Structure
  • 3.14. Hybrid Materials Developed Using Steel and Aluminum can Improve Material Performance
  • 3.15. Performance Characteristics Influence Adoption in Various Automotive Components

4.0. TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT AND ADOPTION INITIATIVES

  • 4.1. Funding Initiatives Targeted on Materials' Processing and Recycling Process on a Global Scale
  • 4.2. Success Stories of Implementation Help Increase Adoption of Lightweight Metals

5.0. NOTEWORTHY INNOVATIONS AND COMPANIES TO WATCH OUT

  • 5.1. Technology Development Plays a Key Role in Meeting Industry Requirements
  • 5.2. Stakeholders Focused on Developing Advanced Alloys
  • 5.3. Advanced Manufacturing Techniques Facilitate Quicker Adoption of Various Metals and Alloys

6.0. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ANALYSIS

  • 6.1. Patent Activity for Lightweight Metals for Automotive Applications is Witnessing Stable Growth
  • 6.2. Metal 3D Printing Has the Highest Patent Activity
  • 6.3. USPTO Continues to Lead in Global Patent Filings with China Gaining Momentum
  • 6.4. Material Suppliers Hold Highest Number of Patents in Applications of Interest

7.0. ANALYST'S PERSPECTIVES

  • 7.1. Long-term Transition to Low Emission Mobility Accelerated by Lightweight Metals
  • 7.2. Increasing Performance Requirements Key for Adoption of Alternatives to Steel
  • 7.3. To Achieve Lightweighting Goals, Collaboration Between Stakeholders in Value Chain is Crucial
  • 7.4. Opportunities for Growth Focused on Meeting Customer Requirements and Achieving Emission

8.0. KEY CONTACTS

  • 8.1. Key Contacts
  • Legal Disclaimer
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