Growth Opportunities in Carbon Fiber Market 2011 - 2016, September 2011

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Growth Opportunities in Carbon Fiber Market 2011 - 2016, September 2011
Background:

The global carbon fiber market has experienced significant growth over the last five years and is expected to continue its growth momentum, reaching approximately US $2.8 billion by 2016 with a CAGR of 12% over the next five years.

Lucintel’s research indicates great demand for carbon fiber driven by new commercial aircraft such as the Boeing 787, Airbus A380, and A350 XWB; weight reductions in automobiles for greater performance and fuel efficiency; and growing use of carbon fiber in wind energy and offshore oil and gas development.

The global carbon fiber market’s anticipated double-digit growth through 2016 will be led by industrial and aerospace markets; however, the sporting goods market is likely to witness the lowest growth of 3%. The industrial market will be driven by wind energy, CNG tanks, civil structures, transportation, and various compound applications in the electrical and electronics industry. Greater competition from offshore suppliers such as from China and India may ultimately drive down the cost of end products.

The report, which provides trend scenarios and forecast statistics for 2011–2016; details industry drivers and challenges; compares properties and prices; and highlights major carbon fiber suppliers, also describes various carbon fiber properties, manufacturing processes, and more.

This unique report from Lucintel is designed to provide you with valuable information and tools to operate your business successfully within the carbon fiber market. This report can save hundreds of hours of your own personal research time and significantly benefit you in expanding your business in the carbon fiber market. In today’s turbulent economy, you need every advantage that you can find to keep ahead in your business. Using this report, you can learn about current and future trends, identify key players, and explore the directions the carbon fiber market is heading.

Features of This Report:

To make business, investment, or strategic decisions, you need timely, practical information. This market report fulfills this core need. It is an indispensable reference guide for fiber suppliers, resin suppliers, molders, OEMs, investors, researchers, executives, distributors and many more, who are dealing with the carbon fiber market.

Some of the features of this market report are:
  • Properties and price comparison of various kinds of carbon fiber. current and future price ($/lb) in aero and non-aero grade carbon fiber
  • Global carbon fiber market analysis with special emphasis on precursor. market estimates for PAN-based, pitch-based carbon fiber
  • Regional market analyses have been provided
  • Carbon fiber shipments in various markets and applications have been provided
  • Trends (2005-20010) for the overall carbon fiber market and for its categories
  • Forecasts (2011‒2016) for various market segment and applications in these segments

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2. EVOLUTION OF THE CARBON FIBER MARKET

2.1: Overview of past and present
2.2: Future of the carbon fiber market

3. PROPERTIES AND PRICE COMPARISON

3.1: Type of material
  3.1.1: Continuous fiber
  3.1.2: Chopped fiber
  3.1.3: Milled fiber
  3.1.4: Metal coated fiber
3.2: Properties of continuous carbon fiber
3.3: Properties of chopped carbon fiber
3.4: Properties of milled carbon fiber
3.5: Properties of metal-coated fiber
3.6: Price versus property of different kinds of carbon fiber
3.7: Price and property comparison of different kinds of fiber

4. CARBON FIBER SUPPLIERS

4.1: Key material suppliers and their market shares
4.2: Company overview
  4.2.1: Toray Industries Inc.
  4.2.2: Hexcel Composites
  4.2.3: Teijin Ltd.
  4.2.4: Formosa Plastics Corporation
  4.2.5: Zoltek Corp.
  4.2.6: Mitsubishi Rayon Co. Ltd.
  4.2.7: SGL Group – The Carbon Company
  4.2.8: Mitsubishi Plastics Composites America, Inc.
  4.2.9: Nippon Graphite Fiber Corporation
  4.2.10: Cytec Industries Inc.
  4.2.11: Kureha Corporation
  4.2.12: Donac Co. Ltd.

5. CARBON FIBER MARKET ANALYSIS

5.1: Supply and Demand analysis
5.2: Carbon fiber by market segments
  5.2.1: Carbon fiber in the industrial market
  5.2.2: Carbon fiber in aerospace market
  5.2.3: Carbon fiber in the sporting goods market
5.3: Carbon fiber market by precursor
  5.3.1: PAN based carbon fiber market analysis
  5.3.2: Pitch based carbon fiber market analysis
5.4: Carbon fiber market by region
  5.4.1: Carbon fiber demand by region
  5.4.2: Carbon fiber capacity by country
  5.4.3: Carbon fiber capacity in North America by precursor type
  5.4.4: Carbon fiber capacity in Europe by precursor type
  5.4.5: Carbon fiber capacity in Rest of World by precursor type

6. MARKET TRENDS

6.1: Growth trends in global carbon fiber shipment
6.2: Growth trends in PAN-based carbon fiber
6.3: Growth trends in pitch-based carbon fiber
6.4: Trends in supply and demand
6.5: Trends by applications
  6.5.1: Industrial market
  6.5.2: Aerospace market
  6.5.3: Sporting goods market
6.6: Trends by region
6.7: Trends in carbon fiber price

7. MARKET FORECAST

7.1: Forecast by capacity
7.2: Forecast by applications
  7.2.1: Industrial market
  7.2.2: Aerospace market
  7.2.3: Sporting goods market
7.3: Forecast by region
7.4: Value chain analysis

8. MANUFACTURING OF CARBON FIBER

8.1: Carbon fibers from precursor
  8.1.1: Carbon fibers from polyacrylonitrile (PAN)
  8.1.2: Carbon fibers from rayon
  8.1.3: Carbon fibers from pitch
8.2: Carbon fibers in melt-blown nonwovens
  8.2.1: Carbon fibers from isotropic pitch
  8.2.2: Carbon fibers from anisotropic mesophase pitch

LIST OF FIGURES

1. Executive Summary
Figure 1.1: Porter’s Five Forces analysis of global carbon fiber industry

2. Overview of the Carbon Fiber Market
Figure 2.1: Evolution in carbon fiber applications

3. Properties and Price Comparison
Figure 3.1: Suppliers of carbon fiber materials
Figure 3.2: Fabrication and applications of different carbon fiber materials
Figure 3.3: A photograph of typical continuous carbon fiber
Figure 3.4: A photograph of a typical chopped carbon fiber
Figure 3.5: A photograph of a typical metal (nickel)-coated carbon fiber
Figure 3.6: Tensile modulus comparison of different type of carbon fiber
Figure 3.7: Comparison of tensile strength for various carbon fiber materials
Figure 3.8: Comparison of elongation at break for various carbon fiber materials
Figure 3.9: Comparison of density for various carbon fiber materials
Figure 3.10: Comparison of tensile modulus for various chopped carbon fibers
Figure 3.11: Comparison of tensile strength for various chopped carbon fibers
Figure 3.12: Comparison of density for various chopped carbon fibers
Figure 3.13: Comparison of elongation for various chopped carbon fibers
Figure 3.14: Comparison of tensile strength for various milled carbon fibers
Figure 3.15: Comparison of filament diameter for various milled carbon fibers
Figure 3.16: Comparison of density for various milled carbon fibers
Figure 3.17: Comparison of tensile modulus for various metal-coated carbon fibers
Figure 3.18: Comparison of tensile strength for various metal coated carbon fibers
Figure 3.19: Comparison of elongation at break for various metal coated carbon fibers
Figure 3.20: Comparison chart of tensile modulus per unit price for various carbon fibers
Figure 3.21: Comparison chart of tensile strength per unit price for various carbon fibers
Figure 3.22: Comparison of tensile modulus per unit price for various carbon fibers
Figure 3.23: Comparison of tensile strength per unit price for various carbon fibers

4. Material Suppliers
Figure 4.1: Suppliers of carbon fiber materials
Figure 4.2: Market share of industry leaders in total carbon fiber market in terms of M
pounds in 2010
Figure 4.3: Carbon fiber shipments (M pounds) by industry leaders in 2010
Figure 4.4: Market share of industry leaders in PAN & Pitch-based carbon fiber in terms
of $ M in 2010
Figure 4.5: Carbon fiber shipments ($ M) by industry leaders in 2010
Figure 4.6: A geographic snapshot of carbon fiber manufacturers

5. Global Carbon Fiber Market Analysis
Figure 5.1: Global PAN carbon fiber demand and capacity (M lbs) in 2010.
Figure 5.2: Percentage distribution of carbon fiber shipments (M pounds) by market segments in 2010
Figure 5.3: Carbon fiber shipments (M pounds) by market segments in 2010
Figure 5.4: Percentage distribution of carbon fiber shipments (M pounds) in the industrial applications in 2010
Figure 5.5: Carbon fiber shipments (M pounds) in the industrial applications in 2010
Figure 5.6: Percentage distribution of carbon fiber shipments ($ M) in the industrial applications in 2010
Figure 5.7: Carbon fiber shipments ($ M) by the industrial applications in 2010
Figure 5.8: Percentage carbon fiber distribution (M pounds) in the global aerospace market by segments in 2010
Figure 5.9: Carbon fiber shipments (M pounds) in the global aerospace market by segments in 2010
Figure 5.10: Percentage comparison of carbon fiber shipments ($ M) in the global aerospace market by segments in 2010
Figure 5.11: Carbon fiber shipments ($ M) in the global aerospace market by segments in 2010
Figure 5.12: Percentage carbon fiber distribution (M pounds) in the sporting goods market by applications in 2010
Figure 5.13: Carbon fiber shipments (M pounds) in the sporting goods market by applications in 2010
Figure 5.14: Carbon fiber shipments ($ M) in the sporting goods market by applications in 2010
Figure 5.15: Percentage distribution of carbon fiber (M pounds) by precursor in 2010
Figure 5.16: Carbon fiber shipments (M pounds) by precursor in 2010
Figure 5.17: Percentage distribution of carbon fiber ($ M) by precursor in 2010
Figure 5.18: Carbon fiber shipments ($ M) by precursor in 2010
Figure 5.19: Percentage distribution of PAN-based carbon fiber (M pounds) by market segments in 2010
Figure 5.20: PAN-based carbon fiber shipments (M pounds) by market segments in 2010
Figure 5.21: Percentage distribution of PAN-based carbon fiber ($ M) by market segments in 2010
Figure 5.22: PAN-based carbon fiber shipments ($ M) by market segments in 2010
Figure 5.23: Percentage distribution of pitch-based carbon fiber (M pounds) by market segments in 2010
Figure 5.24: Percentage distribution of pitch-based carbon fiber ($ M) by market segments in 2010
Figure 5.25: Pitch-based carbon fiber shipments ($ M) by market segments in 2010
Figure 5.26: Percentage carbon fiber distribution (M pounds) by region in 2010
Figure 5.27: Carbon fiber shipments (M pounds) by region in 2010
Figure 5.28: Percentage carbon fiber distribution ($ M) by region in 2010
Figure 5.29: Carbon fiber shipments ($ M) by region in 2010
Figure 5.30: Percentage carbon fiber distribution (M pounds) by country in 2010
Figure 5.31: Carbon fiber capacity (M pounds) by country in 2010
Figure 5.32: Distribution of carbon fiber production ($ M) by country in 2010
Figure 5.33: Carbon fiber production ($ M) by country in 2010
Figure 5.34: Percentage carbon fiber capacity distribution by region in 2010
Figure 5.35: Carbon fiber capacity by region in 2010
Figure 5.36: Percentage distribution of carbon fiber capacity in North America by precursor in 2010
Figure 5.37: Carbon fiber capacity in North America by precursor in 2010
Figure 5.38: Percentage distribution of carbon fiber capacity in Europe by precursor in 2010
Figure 5.39: Carbon fiber capacity in Europe by precursor in 2010
Figure 5.40: Percentage carbon fiber capacity distribution in Rest of World by precursor in 2010
Figure 5.41: Carbon fiber capacity in Rest of World by precursor in 2010

6. Market Trends
Figure 6.1: Growth trend in the carbon fiber market in terms of pounds shipments (2005-2010)
Figure 6.2: Growth trend in the carbon fiber market in terms of dollar shipments (2005-2010)
Figure 6.3: Growth trend in PAN-based carbon fiber market (2005-2010) in terms of pounds shipments
Figure 6.4: Growth trend in PAN-based carbon fiber market (2005-2010) in terms of dollar shipments
Figure 6.5: Growth trend in pitch-based carbon fiber market (2005-2010) in terms of M pounds shipment
Figure 6.6: Growth trend in pitch-based carbon fiber market (2005-2010) in terms of $ M shipments
Figure 6.7: Trend in worldwide PAN carbon fiber demand and capacity (M pounds)
Figure 6.8: Trend in new capacity (nameplate) installation for PAN carbon fiber by major players
Figure 6.9: Average growth rates in important markets for the last five years
Figure 6.10: Total carbon fiber demand by market (2005-2010) in terms of M pounds of shipments
Figure 6.11: Total carbon fiber demand by market in 2005 in terms of M pounds shipments
Figure 6.12: Total carbon fiber demand by market in 2010 in terms of M pounds shipments
Figure 6.13: Total (PAN & Pitch) carbon fiber distribution (M pounds) by the industrial market in 2005
Figure 6.14: Total (PAN & Pitch) carbon fiber demand (M pounds) by the industrial market in 2005
Figure 6.15: Total (PAN & Pitch) carbon fiber distribution ($ M) by the industrial market in 2005
Figure 6.16: Total (PAN & Pitch) carbon fiber demand ($ M) by the industrial market in 2005
Figure 6.17: Total (PAN & Pitch) carbon fiber distribution (M pounds) by the industrial market in 2010
Figure 6.18: Total (PAN & Pitch) carbon fiber demand (M pounds) by the industrial market in 2010
Figure 6.19: Total (PAN & Pitch) carbon fiber distribution ($ M) by the industrial market in 2010
Figure 6.20: Total (PAN & Pitch) carbon fiber demand ($ M) by the industrial market in 2010
Figure 6.21: CAGR (2005-2010) for total (PAN & Pitch) carbon fiber demand (M pounds) for various applications in the industrial market
Figure 6.22: CAGR (2005-2010) for total (PAN & Pitch) carbon fiber demand ($ M) for various applications in the industrial market
Figure 6.23: Total (PAN & Pitch) carbon fiber distribution (M pounds) in various aerospace market (new & aftermarket) in 2005
Figure 6.24: Total (PAN & Pitch) carbon fiber demand (M pounds) in various aerospace market (new & aftermarket) in 2005
Figure 6.25: Total (PAN & Pitch) carbon fiber distribution (M pounds) in various aerospace market (new & aftermarket) in 2010
Figure 6.26: Total (PAN & Pitch) carbon fiber demand (M pounds) in various aerospace market (new & aftermarket) in 2010
Figure 6.27: Total (PAN & Pitch) carbon fiber distribution ($ M) in various aerospace market (new & aftermarket) in 2005
Figure 6.28: Total (PAN & Pitch) carbon fiber demand ($ M) in various aerospace market (new & aftermarket) in 2005
Figure 6.29: Total (PAN & Pitch) carbon fiber distribution ($ M) in various aerospace market (new & aftermarket) in 2010
Figure 6.30: Total (PAN & Pitch) carbon fiber demand ($ M) in various aerospace market (new & aftermarket) in 2010
Figure 6.31: CAGR (2005-2010) for total carbon fiber in various aerospace market (new & aftermarket), M pounds
Figure 6.32: CAGR (2005-2010) for total carbon fiber in various aerospace market (new & aftermarket), $ M
Figure 6.33: The global sporting goods market distribution by applications in M pounds shipment in 2005
Figure 6.34: The global sporting goods market by applications in M pounds shipment in 2005
Figure 6.35: The global sporting goods market distribution by applications in $ M shipments in 2005
Figure 6.36: The global sporting goods market by applications in $ M shipments in 2005
Figure 6.37: The global sporting goods market distribution by applications in M pounds shipment in 2010
Figure 6.38: The global sporting goods market by applications in M pounds shipment in 2010
Figure 6.39: The global sporting goods market distribution by applications in $ M shipments in 2010
Figure 6.40: The global sporting goods market by applications in $ M shipments in 2010
Figure 6.41: CAGR (2005-2010) for the sporting goods market in M pounds shipment
Figure 6.42: CAGR (2005-2010) for the sporting goods market in $ M shipment
Figure 6.43: Carbon fiber demand by region in 2005 and 2010 in terms of M pounds shipments
Figure 6.44: Carbon fiber demand by region in 2005 and 2010 in terms of $ M shipments
Figure 6.45: Carbon fiber demand by region in 2005 in terms of M pounds shipments
Figure 6.46: Carbon fiber demand by region in 2010 in terms of M pounds shipments
Figure 6.47: Price trend in the industrial, aerospace, and sporting goods carbon fiber

7. Market forecast
Figure 7.1: Forecast of carbon fiber in terms of M pounds shipments (2011-2016)
Figure 7.2: Forecast of carbon fiber in terms of $ M shipments (2011-2016)
Figure 7.3: Forecast in worldwide PAN carbon fiber nameplate demand and actual capacity (M pounds)
Figure 7.4: New worldwide capacity (M pounds) installed by various industry players
Figure 7.5: Capacity investment pattern ($ M) by major carbon fiber manufacturers
Figure 7.6: Sectorial snapshot of major market segments of carbon fiber
Figure 7.7: Percentage distribution of carbon fiber by market in 2016 in terms of M pounds shipment
Figure 7.8: Forecast of carbon fiber in different market in terms of M pounds shipment
Figure 7.9: Forecast of carbon fiber in different market in terms of M dollars shipments
Figure 7.10: Average percentage growth rate for important segments for the next 5 years
Figure 7.11: Penetration of 2.5 MW turbines in 2010 and 2012
Figure 7.12: Technology roadmap (average turbine capacity) for carbon fiber applications in wind turbine
Figure 7.13: Technology roadmap (average blade length) for carbon fiber applications in wind turbine
Figure 7.14: Technology roadmap (turbine location) for carbon fiber applications in wind turbine
Figure 7.15: Material roadmap (blade modulus) for carbon fiber applications in wind turbine
Figure 7.16: Carbon fiber applications in large size wind turbines
Figure 7.17: Carbon fiber growth drivers and challenges in roller market
Figure 7.18: Carbon fiber potential at different penetration levels
Figure 7.19: CFRP penetration in automotive industry
Figure 7.20: Material development in automotive industry
Figure 7.21: Key Challenges in usage of composites in CNG tanks
Figure 7.22: Stationary fuel cell shipment projections
Figure 7.23: Expected launch year of fuel cell vehicle
Figure 7.24: Fuel cell shipment projections in transportation
Figure 7.25: Carbon fiber potential scenarios in bridge rehabilitation
Figure 7.26: Carbon fiber Growth drivers and challenges for civil and construction
Figure 7.27: Increase in average well depth in feet
Figure 7.28: Carbon fiber growth drivers and challenges in oil and offshore market
Figure 7.29: Carbon fiber growth drivers and challenges in marine industry
Figure 7.30: Forecast (2011-2016) in the industrial market by segment, M pounds
Figure 7.31: Forecast (2011-2016) in the industrial market by segment, $ M
Figure 7.32: Percentage distribution of carbon fiber shipments (M pounds) in the industrial applications in 2011
Figure 7.33: Carbon fiber shipments (M pounds) in the industrial applications in 2011
Figure 7.34: Carbon fiber distribution (%) by the industrial applications in 2011
Figure 7.35: Carbon fiber shipments ($ M) by the industrial applications in 2011
Figure 7.36: Total (PAN & pitch) carbon fiber demand distribution (M pounds) by the industrial market in 2016
Figure 7.37: Total (PAN & pitch) carbon fiber demand (M pounds) by the industrial market in 2016
Figure 7.38: Total (PAN & pitch) carbon fiber demand distribution ($ M) by the industrial market in 2016
Figure 7.39: Total (PAN & pitch) carbon fiber demand ($ M) by the industrial market in 2016
Figure 7.40: CAGR (2011-2016) for total (PAN & Pitch) carbon fiber demand (M pounds) for various applications in the industrial market
Figure 7.41: CAGR (2011-2016) for total (PAN & Pitch) carbon fiber demand ($ M) for various applications in the industrial market
Figure 7.42: Trend and Forecast for average composites content in commercial aerospace market
Figure 7.43: Trend and forecast for carbon fiber in commercial aerospace market
Figure 7.44: Carbon fiber shipment (M pounds) in the aerospace market by segments (2011-2016).
Figure 7.45: Carbon fiber shipment ($ M) in the aerospace market by segments (2011-2016)
Figure 7.46: Percentage carbon fiber distribution (M pounds) in the global aerospace market by segments in 2011
Figure 7.47: Carbon fiber shipments (M pounds) in the global aerospace market by segments in 2011
Figure 7.48: Percentage comparison of carbon fiber shipments ($ M) in the global aerospace market by segments in 2011
Figure 7.49: Carbon fiber shipments ($ M) in the global aerospace market by segments in 2011
Figure 7.50: The aerospace market (M pounds) distribution for total (PAN and Pitch) carbon fiber by applications segments in 2016
Figure 7.51: The aerospace market (M pounds) for total (PAN and Pitch) carbon fiber by applications segments in 2016
Figure 7.52: The aerospace market ($ M) distribution for total (PAN and pitch) carbon fiber by applications segments in 2016
Figure 7.53: The aerospace market ($ M) shipment for total (PAN and pitch) carbon fiber by applications segments in 2016
Figure 7.54: CAGR (2011-2016) for total carbon fiber in various aerospace market (new & aftermarket), M pounds
Figure 7.55: CAGR (2011-2016) for total carbon fiber in various aerospace market (new & aftermarket), $ M
Figure 7.56: Forecast in the sporting goods market in M pounds shipment, 2011-2016
Figure 7.57: Forecast in the sporting goods market in $ M shipment, 2011-2016
Figure 7.58: CAGR (2011-2016) for the sporting goods market in M pounds shipment
Figure 7.59: CAGR (2011-2016) for the sporting goods market in $ M shipment
Figure 7.60: Percentage carbon fiber distribution (M pounds) in the sporting goods market by applications in 2011
Figure 7.61: Carbon fiber shipments (M pounds) in the sporting goods market by applications in 2011
Figure 7.62: Carbon fiber shipments ($ M) in the sporting goods market by applications in 2011
Figure 7.63: Percentage carbon fiber distribution (M pounds) in the sporting goods market by applications in 2016
Figure 7.64: Carbon fiber shipments (M pounds) in the sporting goods market by applications in 2016
Figure 7.65: Carbon fiber shipments ($ M) in the sporting goods market by applications in 2016
Figure 7.66: Percentage distribution of carbon fiber by region in 2016 in terms of M pounds shipment
Figure 7.67: Distribution of carbon fiber by region in 2011 and 2016 in terms of M pounds shipment
Figure 7.68: Demand of carbon fiber by region in 2010, 2011, 2016 in M $ shipment
Figure 7.69: Dollar ($) and gross margin flow chart in carbon fiber market in 2010
Figure 7.70: Gross profit distribution in various nodes of value chain in 2010
Figure 7.71: Gross profit in various nodes of value chain in 2010
Figure 7.72: Dollar ($) and gross margin flow chart in carbon fiber market in 2016

Chapter 8 Manufacturing of Carbon Fiber
Figure 8.1: Schematic representation of carbon fiber preparation from PAN fibers
Figure 8.2: Manufacturing process schematic for pitch-based carbon fibers

LIST OF TABLES

Table 1.1 Carbon fiber market parameters and attributes: materials perspective
Table 1.2 Carbon fiber market parameters and attributes – end product market perspective
Table 3.1: Typical properties for Thornel carbon fibers
Table 3.2: Typical properties of GRAFIL carbon fiber
Table 3.3: Typical properties of PYROFIL carbon fiber
Table 3.4: Properties of Hexcel continuous fiber
Table 3.5: Properties of Dialead® Standard Grades carbon fiber
Table 3.6: Properties of PANOX carbon fiber
Table 3.7: Properties of SIGRAFIL T carbon fiber
Table 3.8: Properties of SIGRAFIL C carbon fiber
Table 3.9: Properties of Tenax carbon fiber
Table 3.10: Properties of Pyromex carbon fiber
Table 3.11: Properties of TENAX carbon fiber
Table 3.12: Properties of PYRON carbon fiber
Table 3.13: Properties of PYRON Single & Multi-ply Yarns
Table 3.14: Properties of PANEX Single & Multi-ply Yarns
Table 3.15: Properties of Nippon – Granoc Continuous fiber
Table 3.16: Properties of ThermalGraph Fiber
Table 3.17: Uses of Hexcel PAN-based chopped carbon fiber
Table 3.18: Properties of Grafil chopped fiber
Table 3.19: Properties of Pyrofil chopped fiber
Table 3.20: Properties of Dialead chopped carbon fiber
Table 3.21: Properties of Tenax chopped carbon fiber
Table 3.22: Properties of TENAX chopped carbon fiber
Table 3.23: Properties of PANEX 35 chopped carbon fiber
Table 3.24: Properties of Nippon – Granoc Chopped fiber
Table 3.25: Properties of PANOX milled fiber
Table 3.26: Properties of SIGRAFIL C milled fiber
Table 3.27: Properties of Dialead® milled fiber
Table 3.28: Properties of HTA Nickel coated filament yarn
Table 3.29: Properties of TENAX nickel-coated filament yarn
Table 3.30: Typical properties of common structural materials
Table 3.31: Price and property comparison of carbon fiber supplied by different companies in 2010
Table 3.32: Price and property comparison for different kinds of fiber
Table 4.1: Comparison of applications of carbon fiber material by suppliers
Table 4.2: Major segments served by main carbon fiber manufacturers
Table 5.1: Evolution of carbon fiber applications in different segments by year
Table 5.2: A list of carbon fiber applications in various markets in combination with other materials
Table 5.3: Ranking of PAN-based carbon fiber suppliers according to their nameplate
Table 5.4: Ranking (based on revenue from carbon fiber business) of pitch-based carbon fiber manufacturers in 2010
Table 5.5: Material suppliers by region
Table 6.1: Price ($/pounds) and market trend in carbon fiber markets
Table 6.2: Racing boat model and boat manufacturers
Table 6.3 Structural fabric repair system
Table 7.1: Nominal capacity trends and forecast in PAN-based carbon fiber
Table 7.2: Price ($/pounds) and market forecast for carbon fiber industry by segments
Table 7.3: Wind Energy Markets Impact Analysis
Table 7.4: Challenges in carbon fiber adoption in wind energy market
Table 7.5: Features, advantages, and benefits of carbon composites rollers
Table 7.6: Mass saving properties of CFRP
Table 7.7: Carbon fiber usage criteria for automotive applications vs. wind energy applications. Source: ORNL
Table 7.8: Weight comparison steel verses carbon composites structures used in offshore and oil industry
Table 7.9: Major drivers behind the growth of carbon fiber in the aerospace market
Table 7.10: Major challenges of carbon fiber in the aerospace market
Table 7.11: Major drivers for carbon fiber usage in the sporting goods market
Table 7.12: Major challenges for carbon fiber usage in the sporting goods market
Table 7.13: Price ($/pounds) and regional forecast for carbon fiber industry
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