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スマートコンポジット市場:2015-2022年

Markets for Smart Composites: 2015-2022

発行 n-tech Research, a NanoMarkets company 商品コード 340665
出版日 ページ情報 英文 49 Pages
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スマートコンポジット市場:2015-2022年 Markets for Smart Composites: 2015-2022
出版日: 2015年10月08日 ページ情報: 英文 49 Pages
概要

スマートコンポジットは重要な各種産業分野や用途において今後ますますその役割を増していくでしょう。スマートコンポジットの多くは多機能性を持ち、最先端のスマート複合材料技術では、材料にプログラマビリティを組み込め、エレクトロニクスの組込みなしでロボットのような行動を可能にする能力の実現を示唆しています。

当レポートでは、主要産業部門におけるスマートコンポジットの利用について調査し、スマートコンポジット技術の概要、主なタイプと機能性、将来性と課題、主要産業部門における用途、産業部門・用途別の8カ年市場成長予測、その他の用途における可能性などについてまとめています。

エグゼクティブサマリー

第1章 イントロダクション

第2章 スマートコンポジット技術

  • 先進複合材料の将来とスマート性
    • 最先端の複合材料技術
    • 複合材料のスマート化
  • 次世代スマートマテリアルとしてのスマートコンポジット
    • 多機能性へのシフト
    • 組込みセンサーによるスマートコンポジット
    • スマート塗料とスマートコンポジット
    • スマートコンポジットにおける生物学的材料の利用
  • スマートコンポジットにおけるナノテクノロジーの役割
    • ナノマニュファクチャリングプロセス
    • スマートコンポジットにおけるカーボンナノチューブの役割
  • スマートコンポジットの重要な技術要件
    • スマートコンポジットの商業化:ルートと課題
  • スマートコンポジットと4Dプリンティング
    • University of Colorado
    • MIT Self-Assembly Lab
  • 本章のポイント

第3章 航空宇宙産業におけるスマートコンポジット

  • 航空宇宙産業部門:最大のスマートコンポジットユーザーに
    • 現在・未来の複合材料の利用:スマートコンポジットにとっての意味
    • 航空宇宙産業へのスマートマテリアルの販売
  • 知的航空宇宙構造物:スマートコンポジット利用の道を切り開く
    • 構造ヘルスモニタリング
    • 構造ヘルスモニタリングシステム+自己修復
    • NASAにおけるスマートコンポジット:Aurora Flight Sciences・Nanosonic
  • 8カ年予測
  • 本章のポイント

第4章 自動車産業におけるスマートコンポジット

  • 現在の複合材料の利用:スマートコンポジットにとっての意味
    • 複合材料の用途とメリット
    • 複合材料の利用パターン
    • 利用における課題
    • 今後の可能性
  • スマートマテリアル利用:自動車産業におけるスマートコンポジット利用の道を開く
  • 8カ年予測
  • 本章のポイント

第5章 建設業におけるスマートコンポジット

  • 建設業におけるスマートコンポジットの多様性
  • スマートコンクリート
    • 自己修復機能付きコンクリート・さらに高機能のコンクリート
    • バクテリアベースの自己修復機能付きコンクリート
  • スマートアスファルト
    • 最先端
    • University of Delft
  • スマート木材
    • スマートフロアにおける空気浄化
  • 構造ヘルスモニタリング
    • 自己診断 (自己モニタリング) 繊維強化複合材料
  • 8カ年予測
  • 本章のポイント

第6章 その他の産業部門におけるスマートコンポジット

  • その他の市場
  • ロボティクス:不明確なスマートコンポジットの将来性
  • 衣料品・ファブリック:ニッチ市場か?
  • スマートコンポジットを利用したエネルギーストレージの将来性のある市場
  • 8カ年予測:その他のスマートコンポジット用途
  • 用語・略語
  • 著者について

図表

目次
Product Code: Nano-847

Smart composites leverage the commercial success of the composite technology model and apply it specifically to smart materials. In regular composites two materials are combined to create a new material with functionality that is significantly different to the original materials. Typically, a smart composite is a smart material embedded in polymer, textiles, metal or concrete. In a few cases, smart composites are fabricated from two “dumb” materials that become smart only when they are combined.

n-tech's analysis suggests that these smart composites will have a growing role in a number of important applications and industry sectors. Many smart composites are inherently multifunctional and the latest smart composite technology even promises the ability to embed programmability into materials, enabling robotics-like behavior without embedded electronics.

In this report, n-tech discusses the latest products and R&D developments in smart composites from a business perspective and how product/market strategies related to these materials are emerging at both the largest specialty chemical and glass companies, and at as startups.

Materials and Technology

This report provides complete coverage of the opportunities for smart composites examining the role of both the smart materials and substrates into which they are encapsulated. Components for smart materials that are analyzed in this report include:

  • Piezoceramics
  • Shape memory alloys
  • Magneto-restrictive materials
  • Electro-restrictive materials
  • Carbon and optical fiber
  • Thermoelectric and thermally responsive materials
  • Others.

The report also looks at how smart composites compare with conventional smart materials and how smart composite fabrication technology is evolving. In particular, we examine the commercial potential of so-called 4D printing technology to take smart composites to a new level of intelligence within the context of smart material applications.

Applications and Markets for Smart Composites

This report also includes an analysis of the application areas where n-tech sees smart composites generating significant revenues in the next decade. These areas include:

  • Energy storage,
  • Sensing and diagnostics
  • Self-healing surfaces
  • Robotics
  • Clothing and fabrics
  • Smart structures for the construction and aerospace industries.

Eight-Year Forecasts

This report contains detailed forecasts of the smart composites market including

  • Revenue ($ Millions)
  • Volume (square meters or Kgs)
  • Breakout by application
  • Breakout by materials and technology

Strategic profiles

In this report n-tech also examines the product/market strategies of the firms to watch in smart composites including their current R&D programs. Coverage includes both smart composites activities of leading composites firms such as DuPont, 3M and Teijin, as well as innovative small firms and start-ups.

The evaluation of smart composites markets in this report is based on interviews with key influencers in smart materials markets, as well as numerous secondary resources. It also draws on n-tech's insider knowledge of the smart materials business.

We believe that this report will be invaluable reading for marketing and business development specialists in coatings firms, specialty chemical companies and glass firms, electronics and robotics OEMs, as well as sophisticated investors interested in this space.

Table of Contents

Executive Summary

  • E.1. Eight-Year Forecasts by End-User Sector: Aerospace as Leader
  • E.2. Eight-Year Forecasts of Smart Composites by Functionality
    • E.2.1. Approaches to Segmentation of the Smart Composite Market
    • E.2.2. Eight-Year Forecasts
  • E.3. Analysis of Smart Composites Market by Functionality
  • E.4. Eight-Year Forecasts of Smart Composite Markets by Volume

Chapter One: Introduction

  • 1.1. Objective of this Report
  • 1.2. Scope of this Report
  • 1.3. Forecasts and Methodology
  • 1.4. Plan of this Report

Chapter Two: Smart Composite Technologies

  • 2.1. Why the Future of Advanced Composites will be Smart
    • 2.1.1. Composite Technology: State of the Art
    • 2.1.2. A Shift to Smartness in Composites
  • 2.2. Smart Composites as Next-Generation Smart Materials
    • 2.2.1. The Shift towards Multi-functionality
    • 2.2.2. Smart Composites with Embedded Sensors
    • 2.2.3. Smart Coatings and Smart Composites
    • 2.2.4. The Use of Biological Materials in Smart Composites
  • 2.3. The Role of Nanotechnology in Smart Composites
    • 2.3.1. Nanomanufacturing Processes
    • 2.3.2. A Role for Carbon Nanotubes in Smart Composites
  • 2.4. Important Technical Requirements for Smart Composites
    • 2.4.1. Commercialization of Smart Composites: Routes and Issues
  • 2.5. Smart Composites and 4D Printing
    • 2.5.1. University of Colorado
    • 2.5.2. MIT Self-Assembly Lab
  • 2.6. Key Points from this Chapter

Chapter Three: Aerospace Markets for Smart Composites

  • 3.1. Aerospace will become the Largest User of Smart Composites
    • 3.1.1. Current and Future Use of Composites by the Aerospace Industry: Implications for Smart Composites
    • 3.1.2. Marketing Smart Materials in the Aerospace Industry
  • 3.2. Intelligent Aerospace Structures Pave the Way to Use of Smart Composites
    • 3.2.1. Structural Health Monitoring
    • 3.2.2. Structural Health Monitoring Plus Self-Healing
    • 3.2.3. Smart Composite Work at NASA: Aurora Flight Sciences and Nanosonic
  • 3.3. Eight-Year Forecasts of Smart Composites in the Aerospace Industry
  • 3.4. Key Points from this Chapter

Chapter Four: Smart Composites in the Automotive Industry

  • 4.1. Current Use of Composites in the Automotive Industry: Implications for Smart Composites
    • 4.1.1. Benefits and Uses of Composites in the Automotive Sector: Can Smart Composites Expand Markets?
    • 4.1.2. Patterns of Use for Composites in the Automotive Sector: Smart Not Yet to the Fore
    • 4.1.3. Challenges to the Use of Smart Composites in the Automotive Sector
    • 4.1.4. Why We Think that the Automotive Industry Will Embrace Smart Composites over Time
  • 4.2. How Smart Materials Usage is Paving the Way for Smart Composites in the Automotive Industry
  • 4.3. Eight-Year Forecasts of Smart Composites in the Automotive Industry
  • 4.4. Key Points from this Chapter

Chapter Five: Smart Composites in the Construction Industry

  • 5.1. Why Smart Composites in the Construction Industry are Different
  • 5.2. Smart Concrete
    • 5.2.1. Self-Healing Concrete and Beyond
    • 5.2.2. Bacteria-based Self-Healing Concrete
  • 5.3. Smart Asphalt
    • 5.3.1. State-of-the-Art
    • 5.3.2. University of Delft
  • 5.4. Smart Wood
    • 5.4.1. Air Purification in Smart Floors
  • 5.5. Structural Health Monitoring
    • 5.5.1. Self-Diagnosing (or Self-Monitoring) Fiber Reinforced Composites
  • 5.6. Eight-Year Forecasts of Smart Composites in the Construction Industry
  • 5.7. Key Points from this Chapter

Chapter Six: Other Markets for Smart Composites

  • 6.1. Other Markets
  • 6.2. Robotics: A Doubly Uncertain Future for Smart Composites
  • 6.3. Clothing and Fabrics: Niche Market?
  • 6.4. A Possible Future Market for Energy Storage using Smart Composites.
  • 6.5. Eight-Year Forecast of Other Smart Composite Applications
  • Acronyms and Abbreviations Used In this Report
  • About the Author

List of Exhibits

  • Exhibit E-1: Eight-Year Forecast of Smart Composites by Application ($ Million)
  • Exhibit E-2: Eight-Year Forecast of Smart Composites Markets by Functionality ($ Millions)
  • Exhibit E-3: Opportunities in the Smart Composite Business by Type of Supplier
  • Exhibit 2-1: Selected Types of Composites
  • Exhibit 2-2: Emergence of Smartness in Composites
  • Exhibit 3-1: Eight-Year Forecast of Smart Aerospace Composites by Application
  • Exhibit 4-1: Forecast of Smart Composites Used in the Automotive Industry ($ Millions)
  • Exhibit 5-1: Smart Composites Used in the Construction Industry
  • Exhibit 5-2: Forecast of Smart Composites Used in the Construction Industry
  • Exhibit 6-1: Forecast of Smart Composites Used in Other Applications ($ Millions)
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