Opportunities for Composites In the Global Aerospace Market 2011-2030

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Opportunities for Composites In the Global Aerospace Market 2011-2030

Opportunities for Composites In the Global Aerospace Market 2011-2030
Background

According to a new market study conducted by Lucintel, the huge demand for new aircraft and high composites penetration (upto 52% of structural weight) will drive significant demand for composites in the aerospace market. The report claims that the total demand for composites in commercial aerospace, regional jets, defense, general aviation, helicopter and other segments of aerospace market is expected to be worth $41.8 billion over the next 10 years.

As per the study, although composites usage varies between aircraft types, the trend going forward is greater use of composites in all the aircraft. For the Boeing 787, composites are estimated to comprise 50% of the total structural weight of the aircraft, while the Airbus 380 has 22% of its total structural weight comprised from composites. Though aluminum is currently the predominant material used in the overall aerospace industry, aerospace companies are showing increased interest in composite materials because of a desire for more fuel-efficient and corrosive-resistant aircraft.

Lucintel’s analysis finds that the wide body aircraft will contain more than double amount of composites as compared to narrow body aircraft in next 10 years. Lucintel assumes that narrow body aircraft will carry approximately 35% composites of their structural weight by 2018. The development of narrow body aircraft is expected to start by 2013-2015 and production by 2018.

This Lucintel research report provides insights regarding various aerospace markets, its background and characteristics. The market is analyzed both in terms of segments and regions. It details manufacturing process analysis, evolution of composite applications and their market. This report profiles the leading players and their market share in detail. It also addresses trends, forecasts, key drivers and challenges in the aerospace market

This unique report from Lucintel is expected to provide valuable information, insights, and tools needed to identify new growth opportunities and operate your business successfully in this market. This report is estimated to save hundreds of hours of your own personal research time and is anticipated to significantly help in expanding your business in this market. In today’s unstable economy, you need every advantage that you can find to keep you ahead in your business.

Features of this Report

To make any investment, business or strategic decisions, you need adequate and timely information. This market report fulfills this core need. This is an indispensable reference guide for composite material suppliers, product manufacturers, investors, researchers, engineers, distributors and many more who are dealing with aerospace industry. Some of the features of this market report are:
  • Global aerospace market intelligence with special emphasis on narrow-body and wide-body aircraft in the commercial aerospace industry
  • Market size estimates in terms of ($) value and number of units delivered in various market segments of the aerospace industry
  • Regional Analysis: Aerospace market breakdown by key regions
  • Competitive analysis: Market shares of the industry leaders in various segments of the aerospace market.
  • Growth trends for last 10 years and forecasts for next 20 years in terms of dollar shipment and units delivered for the total aerospace market and also for various industry segments
  • Materials Analysis: Amount of materials consumed by aerospace manufacturers, by market segments.
  • Composite material shipments (millions of pounds and $ millions) into aerospace markets
  • Application Analysis: Lists of composite parts and primary structures in more than 100 aircraft makes with type of reinforcements and resins used in the manufacturing processes. Composite materials shipment (millions of pounds and $ millions) in different structures
  • Raw Materials Analysis: Composite materials shipped by type of reinforcements for various market segments of the aerospace industry.
  • Manufacturing process analysis: Manufacturing processes used in making a variety of parts for over 100 aircraft makes. Composite materials shipments by type of manufacturing processes
  • Trends in composite materials shipment (millions of pounds and $ millions) for various market segments of the aerospace industry for the last 10 years.
  • Forecasts in composite materials for the next 20 years in terms of dollar shipment and volume shipment for the total aerospace market and also for industry segments
1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2. AEROSPACE MARKET ANALYSIS

2.1: Macro level comparative economic analysis
2.2: Global aerospace market overview
2.3: Regional analysis
2.3: Recent trends in the aerospace market
2.4: Forecasts for the aerospace market

3. COMMERCIAL AEROSPACE MARKET ANALYSIS

3.1: Overview of the commercial aerospace market
3.2: Commercial aerospace market size
  3.2.1: Narrow–body aircraft
  3.2.2: Wide-body aircraft
3.3: Market leaders and market shares
3.4: Commercial aerospace market trend
  3.4.1: Narrow–body aircraft
  3.4.2: Wide-body aircraft
3.5: Commercial aerospace market forecast

4. REGIONAL JET MARKET ANALYSIS

4.1: Overview of the regional jet market
4.2: Regional jet market size
4.3: Market leaders and market shares
4.4: Regional jets market trend
4.5: Regional jets market forecast

5. GENERAL AVIATION MARKET ANALYSIS

5.1: Overview of the general aviation market
5.2: General aviation market size
  5.2.1: Piston aircraft
  5.2.2: Turboprop aircraft
  5.2.3: Business jet aircraft
5.3: Market leaders and market shares
5.4: Regional analysis
5.5: General aviation market trends
5.6: General aviation market forecast

6. HELICOPTER MARKET ANALYSIS

6.1: Overview of the helicopter market
6.2: Helicopter market size
6.3: Market leaders
  6.3.1: Civil helicopter market
  6.3.2: Military helicopter market
6.4: Helicopter market trends
6.5: Helicopter market forecast

7. DEFENSE MARKET ANALYSIS

7.1: Overview of the defense market
7.2: Defense market size
7.3: Regional analysis
7.4: Defense market trend
7.5; Defense market forecast

8. MANUFACTURING PROCESS ANALYSIS

8.1: Overview
  8.1.1: Hand Lay-Up
  8.1.2: Automated Tape Placement (ATP)
  8.1.3: Filament Winding
  8.1.4: Roll Wrapping
8.2: Market size by manufacturing process
8.3: Commercial aircraft manufacturing process
8.4: General aviation manufacturing process
8.5: Helicopter manufacturing process
8.6: Defense manufacturing process

9. EVOLUTION OF COMPOSITE APPLICATIONS IN THE AEROSPACE, MARKET

9.1: Evolution of composite applications

10. COMPOSITE APPLICATIONS IN THE AEROSPACE MARKET

10.1: Application of composites in commercial aircraft market
  10.1.1: A 340 Carbon composites tail structure
    10.1.1.1: Application description
    10.1.1.2: Molder name and address
    10.1.1.3: Material used
    10.1.1.4: Manufacturing process
  10.1.2: A340-600 Airbus Access panels
    10.1.2.1: Application Description
    10.1.2.2: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.1.2.3: Materials Used
  10.1.3: Ailerons and the keel beam
    10.1.3.1: Application Description
    10.1.3.2: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.1.3.3: Materials Used
    10.1.3.4: Advantages
    10.1.3.5: Manufacturing Process Used
  10.1.4: Floor Panel – A320
    10.1.4.1: Application Description
    10.1.4.2: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.1.4.3: Material Used and Supplier’s Name
    10.1.4.4: Advantages
    10.1.4.5: Manufacturing Process
  10.1.5: Pressure Bulkhead – A340
    10.1.5.1: Application Description
    10.1.5.2: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.1.5.3: Material Used and Supplier’s name
    10.1.5.4: Manufacturing Process
  10.1.6: Brake Systems
    10.1.6.1: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.1.6.2: Material Used
    10.1.6.3: Manufacturing Process
  10.1.7: Horizontal Stabilizer – A320
    10.1.7.1: Application Description
    10.1.7.2: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.1.7.3: Material Used
    10.1.7.4 Manufacturing Process
  10.1.8: Torsion Boxes
    10.1.8.1: Application Description
    10.1.8.2: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.1.8.3 Material used
    10.1.8.4: Manufacturing Process
  10.1.9: Stringers
    10.1.9.1: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.1.9.2: Material used
    10.1.9.3: Manufacturing Process
  10.1.10: Pylon aft Secondary Structures A380
    10.1.10.1: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.1.10.2: Material Used
    10.1.10.3: Manufacturing Process
  10.1.11: Kevlar Duct
    10.1.11.1: Application Description
    10.1.11.2: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.1.11.3: Material Used
    10.1.11.4: Manufacturing Process
  10.1.12: A380 Vertical Tail Stringers & Stiffeners
    10.1.12.1: Application Description
    10.1.12.2: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.1.12.3: Material Used
    10.1.12.4: Manufacturing Process
  10.1.13: B787 Nose Section
    10.1.13.1: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.1.13.2: Material Used
    10.1.13.3: Manufacturing Process
10.2: Application of Composites in Regional Jet Aircraft
  10.2.1: Floor panels - Gulfstream V
    10.2.1.1: Application Description
    10.2.1.2: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.2.1.3: Material Used
    10.2.1.4: Manufacturing Process
  10.2.2: Floor Panels - Fokker 100
    10.2.2.1: Application Description
    10.2.2.2: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.2.2.3: Material Used
    10.2.2.4: Manufacturing Process
  10.2.3: Ice Protection Plates
    10.2.3.1: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.2.3.2: Material used
    10.2.3.3: Manufacturing Process
  10.2.4: Jet engine stator vane
    10.2.4.1: Application Description
    10.2.4.2: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.2.4.3: Material Used
    10.2.4.4: Manufacturing Process
10.3: Application of Composites in General Aviation
  10.3.1: Rudder Trailing Edges - Gulfstream IV and V
    10.3.1.1: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.3.1.2: Material Used
    10.3.1.3: Manufacturing Process
  10.3.2: Pressure Bulkheads - Gulfstream V
    10.3.2.1: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.3.2.2: Material Used
    10.3.2.3: Manufacturing Process
  10.3.3: Rudder ribs - Gulfstream IV and V
    10.3.3.1: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.3.3.2: Material Used
    10.3.3.3: Manufacturing Process
  10.3.4: Ice Protection Plates - Fairchild Dornier 328
    10.3.4.1: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.3.4.2: Material Used
    10.3.4.3: Manufacturing Process
  10.3.5: Flap ribs - Fairchild Dornier 328
    10.3.5.1: Application Description
    10.3.5.2: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.3.5.3: Material Used
    10.3.5.4: Manufacturing Process
  10.3.6: Dyn'Aero - Wing Structure
    10.3.6.1: Application Description
    10.3.6.2: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.3.6.3: Material Used and Supplier’s Name
    10.3.6.4: Manufacturing Process
10.4: Application of Composites in Helicopters
  10.4.1: Rotor Blades - Helibus
    10.4.1.1: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.4.1.2: Material Used
    10.4.1.3: Manufacturing Process
  10.4.2: Enclosed Fantail – RAH66
    10.4.2.1: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.4.2.2: Material Used
    10.4.2.3: Manufacturing Process
10.5: Application of Composites in Defense
  10.5.1: Boeing C-17 Torque Box
    10.5.1.1: Application Description
    10.5.1.2: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.5.1.3: Material Used
    10.5.1.4: Manufacturing Process
  10.5.2: Nose Gear Doors - F-22 Raptor aircraft
    10.5.2.1: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.5.2.2: Material used
    10.5.2.3: Manufacturing Process
  10.5.3: Launch Tubes (or Canisters) for the PAC-3
    10.5.3.1: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.5.3.2: Material Used
    10.5.3.3: Manufacturing Process:
10.6: Application of Composites in Space
  10.6.1: Parabolic Reflector
    10.6.1.1: Application Description
    10.6.1.2: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.6.1.3: Material Used
    10.6.1.4: Manufacturing Process
  10.6.2: Spacecraft Solar-Array Panels and Space-Launcher Engine Frames
    10.6.2.1: Molder’s Name and Address
    10.6.2.2: Material Used
    10.6.2.3 Manufacturing Process

11.COMPOSITE MATERIALS MARKET ANALYSIS

11.1 Composite materials overview
11.2 Business issues with composite materials
11.3 Buy and fly weight analysis
11.4 Composites shipments by raw material type
11.5 Composite shipments by market segments
  11.5.1 Composite materials in the commercial aerospace market
  11.5.2 Composite materials in the regional jet market
  11.5.3 Composite materials in general aviation market
  11.5.4 Composite materials in helicopter market
  11.5.5 Composite materials in defense market

12. COMPOSITE MATERIALS IN AEROSPACE MARKET BY REGION

12.1 Composite materials by region

13.TREND FOR COMPOSITES IN THE AEROSPACE MARKET

13.1 Trend overview
13.2 Trends in composites in global aerospace market by segments
13.3 Trend in composites in global aerospace market by reinforcement
13.4 Trend in composites in global aerospace market by region

14.FORECAST FOR COMPOSITES IN THE AEROSPACE MARKET

14.1 Forecast overview
14.2 Forecast for composites in commercial aerospace market
14.3 Forecast for composites in regional jet market
14.4 Forecast for composites in general aviation market
14.5 Forecast for composites in helicopter market
14.6 Forecast for composites in defense aircraft market
14.7 Forecast for composites by reinforcement
14.8 Forecast in composites in global aerospace market by region

LIST OF FIGURES AND CHARTS

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Figure 1.1: Porter’s Five Forces Analysis of Global Aerospace Industry
2. AEROSPACE MARKET ANALYSIS
Figure. 2.1: Real GDP year-over-year quarterly evolution.
Figure 2.2: Consumer Confidence Index.
Figure 2.3: World population in 2008 and 2020. Source: U.S. Bureau of Census
Figure 2.4: US: budget deficit and surplus from 2003-2010 by months. Source: www.fms.treas.gov/MTS/
Figure 2.5: Global aerospace market by various segments.
Figure 2.6: Global aerospace market ($ bill) by segment (commercial, regional jets, general aviation, defense, and space) in 2010.
Figure 2.9: Total fleet (commercial and regional jet aircraft, unit) by region in 2030.
Figure 2.10: General aviation aircraft production (unit) by region in 2010.
Figure 2.11: General aviation aircraft production (unit) by region and by make in 2010.
Figure 2.12: Trend in total unit shipment in various market segments of the aerospace industry.
Figure 2.13: Trend in total $ shipment in various market segments of the aerospace industry.
Figure 2.14: Global aerospace market ($ bill) by industry (commercial, regional jets, general aviation, defense, space) in 2005.
Figure 2.15: Global aerospace market ($ bill) by industry (commercial, regional jets, general aviation, defense, and space) in 2010.
Figure 2.16: Global aerospace composites industry by various segment (end product market, $ M) in 2010.
Figure 2.17: Trend & forecast in total $ shipment in various market segments of the aerospace industry
Figure 2.18: Forecast for total $ shipment in global aerospace market.
3. COMMERCIAL AEROSPACE MARKET ANALYSIS
Figure 3.1: Classification of commercial aerospace market.
Figure 3.2: Commercial aircraft order (units shipment) by make in 2010.
Figure 3.3: Commercial aircraft order ($ M) by make in 2010.
Figure 3.4: Commercial aircraft delivery (units shipment) by make in 2010.
Figure 3.5: Commercial aircraft order (units shipment) by body type in 2010.
Figure 3.6: Trend in order (units) by Boeing and Airbus in commercial aerospace market.
Figure 3.7: Trend in delivery (units) by Boeing and Airbus in commercial aerospace market.
Figure 3.8: Trend in commercial aircraft order (unit).
Figure 3.9: Trend in commercial aircraft delivery (unit).
Figure 3.10: Trend in order (units) by narrow-body and wide-body aircraft.
Figure 3.11: Trend in delivery (units) by narrow-body and wide-body aircraft.
Figure 3.12: Empty weight saving per seat for 787 and A350XWB compare to 777.
Figure 3.13: Forecast in unit shipment in commercial aircraft delivery
Figure 3.14: Trend and forecast for commercial aerospace market (units) by body type for last 10 years, 5 years and next 5, 10 and 20 years.
Figure 3.15: Trend and forecast for commercial aerospace market ($ bill) by body type for last 10 years, 5 years and next 5,10 and 20 years.
4. REGIONAL JET MARKET ANALYSIS
Figure 4.1: Classification of the regional jet market.
Figure 4.2: Evolution of regional jet market. Source: Back Aviation.
Figure 4.3: Regional jet (units) by type (turboprop and jets) in 2010.
Figure 4.4: Regional jet market (units) by manufacturers in 2010.
Figure 4.5: Regional jet market ($ bill) by manufacturers in 2010.
Figure 4.6: Monthly Frequency for turboprop and regional jet according to OAG.
Figure 4.7: Soaring fuel price favor turboprops economics. Source: OAG
Figure 4.8: Fuel price and Type 2 order relationship.
Figure 4.9: Regional jet (units) by type (turboprop and jets) delivered in 2005
Figure 4.10: Regional jet (units) by type (turboprop and jets) delivered in 2010.
Figure 4.11: Trend (2005-2010) in regional jet shipment ($ and units).
Figure 4.12: Forecast in shipment in regional jets market segments of the aerospace industry.
Figure 4.13: Trend and forecast for regional jet market ($ bill) for last 10 years, 5 years and next 5, 10 and 20 years.
Figure 4.14: Trend and forecast for regional jet market (units) for last 10 years, 5 years and next 5, 10 and 20 years.
5. GENERAL AVIATION MARKET ANALYSIS
Figure 5.1: Classification of the general aviation aircraft market.
Figure 5.2: General aviation market ($ shipment) by type of aircraft (piston, turboprop and bizjets) in 2010.
Figure 5.3: General aviation market (units) by type of aircraft (piston, turboprop and bizjets) in 2010.
Figure 5.4: General aviation market (unit) by manufacturers in 2010.
Figure 5.5: General aviation aircraft production (unit) by region in 2010.
Figure 5.6: General aviation aircraft production by region (unit) and by make in 2010.
Figure 5.7: General aviation market (units) in terms of type of aircraft (piston, turboprop and bizjets) in 2005.
Figure 5.8: General aviation market (units) by type of aircraft (piston, turboprop and bizjets) in 2010.
Figure 5.9: Trend in general aviation (units and $ bill).
Figure 5.10: Gulfstream product classification and new product by entry into service
Figure 5.11: Business Jet deliveries based on DJIA.
Figure 5.12: Forecast in general aviation segment of the aerospace industry.
Figure 5.13: Trend and forecast for general aviation market ($ bill) for last 10 years, 5 years and next 5, 10 and 20 years.
Figure 5.14: Trend and forecast for general aviation market (units) for last 10 years, 5 years and next 5, 10 and 20 years.
6. HELICOPTER MARKET ANALYSIS
Figure 6.1: Classification of helicopter market.
Figure 6.2: Helicopter market (units) by type of application (civil and military).
Figure 6.3: Helicopter market ($ Ibs) by type of application (civil and military).
Figure 6.4.: Helicopter market (units shipment) by manufacturers.
Figure 6.5: Helicopter market ($ Ibs) by manufacturers.
Figure 6.6: Civil helicopter market (units) by manufacturers in 2010.
Figure 6.7: Military helicopter market distribution (unit) by manufacturers in 2010.
Figure 6.8: Helicopter market (units) by type of application (civil and military) in 2001.
Figure 6.9: Helicopter market (units) by type of application (civil and military) in 2010.
Figure 6.10: Trend (2005-2010) in helicopter market (units) by type of application (civil and military).
Figure 6.11: Trend in total helicopter shipment (units and $ billion).
Figure 6.12: Trend in helicopter production ($ Ibs) by manufacturers.
Figure 6.13: Forecast in shipment in helicopter market segment of the aerospace industry
Figure 6.14: Trend and forecast for helicopter market ($ bill) for last 10 years, 5 years and next 5, 10 and 20 years.
Figure 6.15: Trend and forecast for helicopter market (units) for last 10 years, 5 years and next 5, 10 and 20 years.
7. DEFENSE MARKET ANALYSIS
Figure 7.1: Classification of the defense aircraft market.
Figure 7.2: Defense market (units) by type of aircraft (fighter, ground attacker, bomber, trainer, UAV) in 2010.
Figure 7.3: Defense aircraft (unit) by region.
Figure 7.4: US Defense spending (1940-2010).
Figure 7.5: Trend in defense aircraft shipment (unit and $ bill shipment) by year.
Figure 7.6: Forecast in shipment (unit and $) in defense market segment of the aerospace industry.
Figure 7.7: Trend and forecast for defense aircraft market ($ bill) for last 10 years, 5 years and next 5, 10 and 20 years.
Figure 7.8: Trend and forecast for defense aircraft market (units) for last 10 years, 5 years and next 5, 10 and 20 years.
8. MANUFACTURING PROCESS ANALYSIS
Fig. 8.1: Composites shipment (M lbs) in total aerospace industry by manufacturing process in 2010.
9. EVOLUTION OF COMPOSITE APPLICATIONS IN THE AEROSPACE MARKET
Figure 9.1 Evolution of composite applications in commercial aircraft.
Figure 9.2 Evolution of composite applications in defense market.
10. COMPOSITE APPLICATIONS IN THE AEROSPACE MARKET
Figure 10.1: Photograph of Airbus access panels.
Figure 10.2: Keel beam held by a member of Airbus staff.
Figure 10.4: A photograph of the pressure bulkhead of the Airbus A340 and A380 fuselage.
Figure10.5: Aircraft braking systems Airbus A321 & Boeing 757.
Figure 10.6: A photograph of an aircraft horizontal stabilizer.
Figure 10.7: A photograph of carbon composites tail structure
Figure 10.8: A photograph of a Kevlar duct.
Figure 10.9: A photograph of jet engine stator vane.
Figure 10.10. A photograph of Dyn'Aero - Wing structure.
Figure 10.11: A photograph of parabolic reflector.
11. COMPOSITE MATERIALS MARKET ANALYSIS
Figure 11.1: Total fly materials (M lbs) in various market segments of the aerospace industry in 2010.
Figure 11.2: Total buy materials (M lbs) in various market segments of the aerospace industry in 2010.
Figure 11.3: Total buy weight - all materials vs. composites.
Figure 11.4 Competing materials (aluminum, steel, titanium, composites and other) (%) in commercial aerospace industry by make.
Figure 11.5: Percentage distribution of materials in Airbus A340 for buys and fly cases.
Figure 11.6: Material distribution in Airbus A340 for fly cases.
Figure 11.7: Composites shipment (M lbs) by reinforcement type in various segments of global aerospace industry in 2010.
Figure 11.8: Composites distribution (M lbs) in various market segments of the aerospace industry in 2010.
Figure 11.9: Composites distribution ($ M) in various market segments of the aerospace industry in 2010.
Figure 11.10 Composites shipment (M lbs) in commercial aerospace market for making of new and after market aircraft in 2010.
Figure 11.11: Composite materials shipments (buy weight, M lbs) by type of reinforcement (carbon, glass, Aramid and others) in various commercial aircraft in 2010.
Figure 11.12: Composites percentage in different narrow-body aircraft.
Figure 11.13: Trend in composites (M lbs) in different narrow-body aircraft.
Figure 11.14: Composites percentage in different wide-body aircraft in 2010.
Figure 11.15: Trend in composites in different wide-body aircraft.
Figure 11.16: Composites shipment (M lbs) in regional jet market in 2010.
Figure 11.17: Composites percentage in different regional jet (jet and turboprop) in 2010.
Fig. 11.18: Composites shipment (M lbs) by type of aircraft (jet and turboprop) in regional jet market in 2005.
Figure 11.19: Composites shipment (M lbs) by type of reinforcement (carbon, glass, Aramid and others) in regional jet aircraft in 2010.
Figure 11.20: Composites shipment (M lbs) in general aviation market in 2010.
Figure 11.21: Composites shipment (M lbs) by type of aircraft (piston, turboprop and business jet) in general aviation market in 2010.
Figure 11.22 Composites shipment (M lbs) by type of reinforcement (carbon, glass, Aramid and others) in general aviation market in 2010.
Figure 11.23: Composites shipment (M lbs) in twin jet aircraft by applications (radome, stabilizer, rudder, flaps, flap track fairings, floor panels, and interiors).
Fiure11.24: Composites shipment (M lbs) in turboprop aircraft (Amphibian) by applications. The shipment data is for per aircraft.
Figure 11.25: Composites shipment (M lbs) in business jet by applications (radome, stabilizer, rudder, flaps, flap track fairings, floor panels, and interiors). The shipment data is for per aircraft.
Figure 11.26: Composites shipment (M lbs) in helicopter market in 2010.
Figure 11.27: Composites shipment (M lbs) by type of helicopter (civil & military) in 2010.
Figure 11.28: Distribution (%) of composites in helicopter (new and aftermarket) by manufacturers in 2010.
Figure 11.29 Composites shipment (M lbs) in civil helicopter by applications.
Figure 11.30 Composites shipment (M lbs) in military helicopter by applications.
Figure 11.31: Composites shipment (M lbs) in defense market in 2010.
Figure 11.32: Composites shipment (mill lbs) by type of defense aircraft (fighter, ground attacker, bomber, trainer & UAV) in 2010.
Figure 11.33: Composites shipment (M lbs) for F/A-18 E/F by applications.
Figure 11.34: Composites shipment (%) for C-130J by applications.
Figure 11.35: Composites shipment (%) for Global hawk by applications.
12. COMPOSITE MATERIALS IN AEROSPACE MARKET BY REGION
Figure 12.1: Composites distribution (%) in total aerospace market by region in 2010.
Figure 12.2: Composites distribution ($ M) in total aerospace market by region in 2010.
Figure 12.3: Composites distribution (%) in commercial aircraft by region in 2010.
Figure 12.4: Composites distribution (%) in regional jet market by region in 2010.
Figure 12.5: Composites distribution (%) in general aviation aircraft by region in 2010.
Figure 12.6: Composites distribution (%) in helicopter market by region in 2010.
Figure 12.7: Composites distribution (%) in defense market by region in 2010.
13. TREND FOR COMPOSITES IN THE AEROSPACE MARKET
Figure 13.1 Composites shipment (M lbs) in various market segments of the aerospace industry for 2005.
Figure 13.2 Composites shipment (M lbs) in various market segments of the aerospace industry for 2010.
Figure 13.3 Composites shipment ($ M) in various market segments of the aerospace industry for 2005.
Figure 13.4 Composites shipment ($ M) in various market segments of the aerospace industry for 2010.
Figure 13.5 Trends in total composites consumption (M lbs) in the global aerospace industry by segments.
Figure 13.6 Trends in total composites consumption ($ M) in the global aerospace industry by segments.
Figure 13.7: Trend (2005-2010) in composites shipment in global aerospace market (M Ibs) by reinforcement type.
Figure 13.8: Trend (2005-2010) in composites (M lbs) distribution in global aerospace market by region.
Figure 13.9: Growth trend in composites from 2005-2010 by region
Figure 13.10: Composites (M lbs) distribution in global aerospace market by region, 2005
Figure 13.11: Composites (M lbs) distribution in global aerospace market by region, 2010
Figure 13.12: Composites ($ M) distribution in global aerospace market by region, 2010
14. FORECAST FOR COMPOSITES IN THE AEROSPACE MARKET
Figure 14.1: Total composites shipment (M lbs) in global aerospace market for last 10, 5 years and next 5, 10 and 20 years.
Figure 14.2: Total composites shipment ($ M) in global aerospace market for last 10, 5 years and next 5, 10 and 20 years.
Figure 14.3: Trend in composites shipment (M lbs) in various segments of worldwide aerospace market.
Figure 14.4: Trend in composites shipment ($ M) in various segments of worldwide aerospace market.
Figure 14.5: Average annual composites shipment (M lbs) in commercial aerospace market.
Figure 14.6: Average annual composites shipment ($ M) in commercial aerospace market.
Figure 14.7: Total composites shipment M lbs) in commercial aerospace market by body type in last 10, 5 and next 5, 10 and 20 years.
Figure 14.8: Total composites shipment ($ M ) in commercial aerospace market by body type in last 10, 5 and next 5, 10 and 20 years.
Figure 14.9: Total composites shipment (M lbs) in commercial aerospace market by OEM in last 10, 5 and next 5, 10 and 20 years.
Figure 14.10: Total composites shipment ($ M) in commercial aerospace market by OEM in last 10, 5 and next 5, 10 and 20 years.
Figure 14.11: Composites shipment (M lbs) in wide body aircraft and rest of the aerospace market in last 10 years and next 10 years.
Figure 14.12: Total composites shipment (M lbs) in regional jet market.
Figure 14.13: Total composites shipment ($ bill) in regional jet aerospace market.
Figure 14.14: Total composites shipment (M lbs) in general aviation market.
Figure 14.15: Total composites shipment ($ bill) in general aviation market.
Figure 14.16: Total composites shipment (M lbs) in helicopter market.
Figure 14.17: Total composites shipment ($ bill) in helicopter market.
Figure 14.18: Total composites shipment (M lbs) in defense aircraft market.
Figure 14.19: Total composites shipment ($ bill) in defense aircraft market.
Figure 14.20: Forecast (2011-2016) in composites (M lbs) distribution in global aerospace market by region.
Figure 14.21: Growth forecast in composites from 2011-2016 by region
Figure 14.22: Composites (M lbs) distribution in global aerospace market by region, 2011
Figure 14.23: Composites (M lbs) distribution in global aerospace market by region, 2016
Figure 14.24: Composites ($ M) distribution in global aerospace market by region, 2016

LIST OF TABLES

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
Table 1.1: Aerospace market parameters and attributes – end product market perspective.
Table 1.2: Aerospace market parameters and attributes – materials perspective.
2. AEROSPACE MARKET ANALYSIS
Table 2.1: GDP and unemployment rate for leading countries. (Source: The Economist)
Table 2.2: The spending in research and development (in Q1 of 2011) by country.
Table 2.3: Interest and exchange rates for leading countries. Interest rate % p.a. (May 20th 2011)
Table 2.4: Emerging market indicators (Economy and financial market). (Source: The Economist)
Table 2.5: Weight and price of various aircraft.
Table 2.6: Trend in aerospace market ($ shipment) by industry sector.
Table 2.7: Trend in aerospace market in terms of units delivered.
Table 2.8: Forecast for various aircraft in next 10 years (2011-2020) and 20 years (2011-2030) in terms of new aircraft delivered and revenue.
Table 2.9: Regional jet forecast for next 20 years (2011-2030) in terms of new aircraft delivered by seat segment.
3. COMMERCIAL AEROSPACE MARKET ANALYSIS
Table 3.1: Specifications of narrow-body aircraft.
Table 3.2: Specifications of wide-body aircraft.
Table 3.3: Short term 2011 outlook for commercial aerospace market
Table 3.4: Long term 2011 outlook for commercial aerospace market
Table 3.5: Forecast for various aircraft in next 10 years (2011-2020) and 20 years (2011-2030) in terms of new aircraft delivered and revenue.
4. REGIONAL JET MARKET ANALYSIS
Table 4.1: Short term 2011 outlook is negative due to the following factors
Table 4.2: Long term 2011 outlook is negative due to the following factors
Table 4.3: Forecast for regional jets in next 10 years (2011-2020) and 20 years (2011-2030) in terms of new aircraft delivery and revenue.
5. GENERAL AVIATION MARKET ANALYSIS
Table 5.1: Segmentation of Bizet market by size.
Table 5.2: Airplane Shipments by Type: Manufactured Worldwide in 2010.
Table 5.3: Airplane Shipments by Type: Manufactured in the U.S. during 2010.
Table 5.4: Specifications of single-engine (Cessna-Skyhawk) aircraft.
Table 5.5: Specifications of multi-engine (Baron58 - Raytheon) aircraft.
Table 5.6: Specifications of turboprop (Cessna-Caravan) aircraft.
Table 5.7: Specifications of business jet(Cessna- Citation X) aircraft.
Table 5.8: Production of general aviation by region.
Table 5.9: Major New General Aviation entry by year:
Table 5.10: Lucintel’ forecast for general aviation in next 10 years (2011-2020) and 20 years (2011-2030) in terms of new aircraft delivered and revenue.
6. HELICOPTER MARKET ANALYSIS
Table 6.1: Classification of the helicopter market by engine type.
Table 6.2: Forecast for helicopter in next 10 years (2011-2020) and 20 years (2011-2030) in terms of new aircraft delivered and revenue.
7. DEFENSE MARKET ANALYSIS
Table 7.1: Major military aircraft production rates.
Table 7.2: Forecast for defense market in next 10 years (2011-2020) and 20 years (2011-2030) in terms of new aircraft delivered and revenue.
9. EVOLUTION OF COMPOSITE APPLICATIONS IN THE AEROSPACE MARKET
Table 9.1: Evolution of composite material applications at Airbus.
10. COMPOSITE APPLICATIONS IN THE AEROSPACE MARKE
Table 10.1: Aerospace structures made of composites.
Table 10.2: Selected materials and processes for Airbus A380.
11. COMPOSITE MATERIALS MARKET ANALYSIS
Table: 11.1 Airlines’ key requirements.
Table: 11.2 Aircraft manufacturers’ key requirements.
Table 11.3 Total materials consumption (buy weight of all materials) in various market segments in 2010.
Table 11.4 Raw material distribution in different commercial aircraft.
Table 11.5 Estimated buy to fly ratio for different materials used in a typical commercial aircraft (A340).
Table 11.6 Summary of Composite Usage in Boeing aircraft in 2010
Table 11.7 Summary of Composites Usage in Company X Production.
Table 11.8 Summary of Composites Usage in General aviations in 2010
Table 11.9: Summary of Composites Usage in Helicopter in 2010.
Table 11.10 Composites percentage for various defense aircraft.
Table 11.11: Summary of Composite Material Usage in Military Aircraft Production Market in 2010.
Table 11.12: Leader L Aircraft Production Sites.
Table 11.13 Composite material breakdown by applications in F/A-18 E/F.
13. TREND FOR COMPOSITES IN THE AEROSPACE MARKET
Table 13.1: Trend in composites in volume and value shipment, (2005-2010).
Table 13.2: Trend (2005-2010) in composites shipment in global aerospace market (M lbs) by reinforcement type.
14. FORECAST FOR COMPOSITES IN THE AEROSPACE MARKET
Table 14.1: Forecast (2011-2030) in composites shipment in global aerospace market (M lbs) by reinforcement type
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