Reportlinker Adds Growth Opportunities in the Carbon Fiber Market 2010-2015

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Growth Opportunities in the Carbon Fiber Market 2010-2015

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The carbon fiber is a new breed of high-strength material. In recent decades, carbon fibers have found wide applications in commercial aircraft (up to 50% of the structure as composites), along with recreational (about 50% penetration in golf and fishing pole as units) and industrial (low penetration with high growth) markets, as the price of carbon fiber has stabilized and technologies have matured. The market for carbon fiber has experienced a good growth in recent years except year 2009 due to the recession in various part of the world and economic chaos. The growth rate for the last 23 years was about 10%.

Significant changes have taken place in carbon fiber market in last 4-5 years. There was shortage of carbon fiber during 2005-2006, however market scenario has rapidly changed due to global economic downturn. From the perspective of carbon fiber suppliers, demand has slipped noticeably in first three quarters of 2009 as the global economy has worsened. At the same time, supply has increased to the degree some manufacturers now have ample supply of carbon fiber with relatively low lead times to consumers. According to Lucintel, global carbon fiber market is estimated to reach $2.3 billion in 2015. Lucintel has identified the best and worst performing markets in 2009. For the next five years, the global carbon fiber market is expected to grow 13% per year, however, individual results vary greatly from low single digit growth to high double digit growth per year. Discover which applications will grow the fastest and how changing penetration trends will affect the marketplace.

Features of This Report:

To make business, investment, or strategic decisions, you need timely and adequate information. This market report fulfills this core need. This 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 (2004-2009) for the overall carbon fiber market and for its categories

• Forecasts (2010-2015) for various market segment and applications in these segments

• Carbon fiber market distribution by manufacturing processes

• And manufacturing processes for PAN and pitch based carbon fiber

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

2. EVOLUTION OF THE CARBON FIBER MARKET

2.1 OVERVIEW OF PAST AND PRESENT

2.2 THE FUTURE OF THE CARBON FIBER MARKET

3. PROPERTIES AND PRICE COMPARISON

3.1 TYPES OF MATERIAL

3.1.1 Fiber Type 1

3.1.2 Fiber Type 2

3.1.3 Fiber Type 3

3.2 PROPERTIES OF CARBON FIBER TYPE 1

3.3 PROPERTIES OF CARBON FIBER TYPE 2

3.4 PROPERTIES OF CARBON FIBER TYPE 3

3.5 PROPERTIES OF CARBON FIBER TYPE 4

3.6 PRICE VS. 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 DESCRIPTIONS

4.2.1 Supplier 1

4.2.2 Supplier 2

4.2.3 Supplier 3.

4.2.4 Supplier 4

4.2.5 Supplier 5.

4.2.6 Supplier 6.

4.2.7 Supplier 7

4.2.8 Supplier 8

4.2.9 Supplier 9

4.2.10 Supplier 10

4.2.11 Supplier 11

4.2.12 Supplier 12

5. CARBON FIBER MARKET BY PRECURSOR

5.1 CARBON FIBER MARKET BY PRECURSOR

5.2 PAN BASED CARBON FIBER MARKET ANALYSIS

5.2.1 PAN based carbon fiber by market segments

5.3 PITCH BASED CARBON FIBER MARKET ANALYSIS

5.3.1 Pitch based carbon fiber by market segments

6. CARBON FIBER MARKET BY REGION

6.1 CARBON FIBER BY REGION

6.1.1 Carbon fiber demand by region

6.1.2 Carbon fiber capacity by region

6.2 CARBON FIBER CAPACITY IN NORTH AMERICA BY PRECURSOR

6.3 CARBON FIBER CAPACITY IN EUROPE BY PRECURSOR

6.4 CARBON FIBER CAPACITY IN REST OF WORLD BY PRECURSOR

7. CARBON FIBER MARKET BY APPLICATIONS

7.1 CARBON FIBER BY MARKET SEGMENTS

7.2 CARBON FIBER IN THE INDUSTRIAL MARKET

7.3 CARBON FIBER IN THE AEROSPACE MARKET

7.4 CARBON FIBER IN THE SPORTING GOODS MARKET

8. MARKET TRENDS

8.1 MARKET TRENDS

8.1.1 Growth trends in global carbon fiber shipment

8.1.2 Growth trends in PAN based carbon fiber

8.1.3 Growth trends in pitch based carbon fiber

8.1.4 Trends in Supply and Demand

8.1.5 Trends by Applications

8.1.6 Trends by Region

8.1.7 Trends in Carbon Fiber Price

9. MARKET FORECAST

9.1 MARKET FORECAST

9.1.1 Key Forecast

9.1.2 Forecast by Capacity

9.1.3 Forecast by Market

9.1.4 Forecast by Region

9.1.5 Value Chain Analysis

10. APPLICATIONS OF CARBON FIBER MATERIALS

10.1 EVOLUTION OF CARBON FIBER APPLICATIONS

10.2 AEROSPACE APPLICATIONS

10.2.1 Application 1

10.2.2 Application 2

10.2.3 Application 3

10.2.4 Application 4

10.2.5 Application 5

10.2.6 Application 6

10.2.7 Application 7

10.2.8 Application 8

10.2.9 Application 9

10.2.10 Application 10

10.2.11 Application 11

10.2.12 Application 12

10.2.13 Application 13

10.2.14 Application 14

10.2.15 Application 15

10.2.16 Application 16

10.2.17 Application 17

10.2.18 Application 18

10.2.19 Application 19

10.2.20 Application 20

10.2.21 Application 21

10.2.22 Application 22

10.2.23 Application 23

10.2.24 Application 24

10.2.25 Application 25

10.2.26 Application 26

10.2.27 Application 27

10.3 AUTOMOTIVE APPLICATIONS

10.3.1 Application A

10.3.2 Application B

10.3.3 Application c

10.3.4 Application D.

10.3.5 Application E

10.3.6 Application F

10.3.7 Application G

10.3.8 Application H

10.3.9 Application I

10.3.10 Application J

10.3.11 Application K

10.3.12 Application L

10.3.13 Application M

10.4 THE INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS

10.4.1 Application 1

10.4.2 Application 2

10.4.3 Application 3

10.4.4 Application 4

10.4.5 Application 5

10.4.6 Application 6

10.4.7 Application 7

10.4.8 Application 8

10.4.9 Application 9

10.4.10 Application 10

10.4.11 Application 11

10.4.12 Application 12

10.4.13 Application 13

10.4.14 Application 14

10.4.15 Application 15

10.4.16 Application 16

10.4.17 Application 17

10.4.18 Application 18.

10.4.19 Application 19

10.4.20 Application 20

10.4.21 Application 21

10.4.22 Application 22

10.4.23 Application 23

10.4.24 Application 24

10.4.25 Application 25

10.4.26 Application 26

10.4.27 Application 27

10.4.28 Application 28

10.4.29 Application 29

10.4.30 Application 30

10.4.31 Application 31

10.5 MARINE APPLICATIONS

10.5.1 Application I

10.5.2 Application II

10.5.3 Application III

10.5.4 Application IV

10.5.5 Application V

10.5.6 Application VI

10.5.7 Application VII

10.5.8 Application VIII

10.5.9 Application IX

10.5.10 Application X

10.5.11 Application XI

10.5.12 Application XII

10.5.13 Application XIII

10.5.14 Application XIV

10.6 MEDICAL APPLICATIONS

10.6.1 Application x

10.6.2 Application y

10.6.3 Application z

10.6.4 Application w

10.7 THE RECREATIONAL ITEMS

10.7.1 Recreational Application 1

10.7.2 Recreational Application 2l

10.7.3 Recreational Application 3

10.7.4 Recreational Application 4

10.7.5 Recreational Application 5

10.7.6 Recreational Application 6

10.7.7 Recreational Application 7

10.7.8 Recreational Application 8

10.7.9 Recreational Application 9

10.7.10 Recreational Application 10

10.7.11 Recreational Application 11

10.7.12 Recreational Application 12

10.7.13 Recreational Application 13

10.7.14 Recreational Application 14

10.7.15 Recreational Application 15

10.7.16 Recreational Application 16

10.7.17 Recreational Application 17

10.7.18 Recreational Application 18

10.7.19 Recreational Application 19

10.7.20 Recreational Application 20

10.7.21 Recreational Application 21

10.7.22 Recreational Application 22

10.7.23 Recreational Application 23

10.7.24 Recreational Application 24

10.7.25 Recreational Application 25

10.7.26 Recreational Application 26

10.7.27 Recreational Application 27

10.7.28 Recreational Application 28

10.7.29 Recreational Application 29

10.7.30 Recreational Application 30

10.7.31 Recreational Application 31

10.7.32 Recreational Application 32

10.7.33 Recreational Application 33

10.7.34 Recreational Application 34

10.7.35 Recreational Application 35

10.7.36 Recreational Application 36

10.7.37 Recreational Application 37

10.7.38 Recreational Application 38

10.7.39 Recreational Application 39

10.8 CIVIL ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION MARKET

10.8.1 Const. Application 1

10.8.3 Const. Application 2

10.8.4 Const. Application 3

10.8.5 Const. Application 4

10.8.6 Const. Application 5

10.8.7 Const. Application 6

11. MARKET BY MANUFACTURING PROCESS

11.1 THE RECREATIONAL GOODS MANUFACTURING PROCESSES

11.1.1 Overview of the processes

11.2 THE INDUSTRIAL PARTS MANUFACTURING PROCESSES

11.2.1 Overview of the processes

11.3 THE AEROSPACE PRODUCTS MANUFACTURING PROCESSES

11.3.1 Overview of the processes

12. MANUFACTURING OF CARBON FIBER

12.1 CARBON FIBERS FROM PRECURSOR

12.1.1 Carbon fibers from polyacrylonitrile (PAN)

12.1.2 Carbon fibers from rayon:

12.1.3 Carbon fibers from pitch:

12.2 CARBON FIBERS IN MELT-BLOWN NONWOVENS

12.2.1 Carbon fibers from isotropic pitch

12.2.2 Carbon fibers from anisotropic mesophase pitch

List of Figures

A total of 275 figures / charts and 63 tables as below are provided in this report for your business presentation and business plan.

1. Executive Summary

Fig. 1.1: Porter's Five Forces Analysis of Global carbon fiber Industry

Fig. 1.2: Revenue and profit/loss for Zoltek from 1999-2008.

2. Overview of the Carbon Fiber Market

Fig. 2.1: Evolution in carbon fiber applications.

3. Properties and Price Comparison

Fig. 3.1: Classification of carbon fiber materials.

Fig. 3.2: Fabrication and applications of different carbon fiber materials.

Fig. 3.3: A photograph of typical Carbon Fiber Type 1.

Fig. 3.4: A photograph of a typical Carbon Fiber Type 2.

Fig. 3.5: A photograph of a typical metal (nickel)-coated carbon fiber.

Fig. 3.6: Tensile modulus comparison of different type of carbon fiber.

Fig. 3.7: Comparison of tensile strength for various carbon fiber materials.

Fig. 3.8: Comparison of elongation at break for various carbon fiber materials.

Fig. 3.9: Comparison of density for various carbon fiber materials.

Fig. 3.10: Comparison of tensile modulus for various Carbon Fiber Type 2s.

Fig. 3.11: Comparison of tensile strength for various Carbon Fiber Type 2s.

Fig. 3.12: Comparison of density for various Carbon Fiber Type 2s.

Fig. 3.13: Comparison of elongation for various Carbon Fiber Type 2s.

Fig. 3.14: Comparison of tensile strength for various carbon fiber type 3s.

Fig. 3.15: Comparison of filament diameter for various carbon fiber type 3s.

Fig. 3.16: Comparison of density for various carbon fiber type 3s.

Fig. 3.17: Comparison of tensile modulus for various metal-coated carbon fibers.

Fig. 3.18: Comparison of tensile strength for various metal coated carbon fibers.

Fig. 3.19: Comparison of elongation at break for various metal coated carbon fibers.

Fig. 3.20: Comparison chart of tensile modulus per unit price for various carbon fibers.

Fig. 3.21: Comparison chart of tensile strength per unit price for various carbon fibers.

Fig. 3.22: Comparison chart of tensile strength per unit price for various carbon fibers.

Fig. 3.23: Comparison chart of tensile strength per unit price for various carbon fibers.

4. Material Suppliers

Fig. 4.1: Suppliers of carbon fiber materials.

Fig. 4.2: Market share of industry leaders in total carbon fiber market in terms of million lbs in 2008.

Fig. 4.3: Carbon fiber shipments (million lbs) by industry leaders in 2008.

Fig. 4.4: Market share of industry leaders in PAN & pitch based carbon fiber in terms of $ million in 2008.

Fig. 4.5: Carbon fiber shipments ($ million) by industry leaders in 2008.

Fig. 4.6: A geographic snapshot of carbon fiber manufacturers.

5. Global Carbon Fiber Market Analysis

Fig. 5.1: Percentage distribution of carbon fiber (million lbs) by precursor in 2008.

Fig. 5.2: Carbon fiber shipments (million lbs) by precursor in 2008.

Fig. 5.3: Percentage distribution of carbon fiber ($ million) by precursor in 2008.

Fig. 5.4: Carbon fiber shipments ($ million) by precursor in 2008.

Fig. 5.5: Percentage distribution of PAN based carbon fiber (million lbs) by market segments in 2008.

Fig. 5.6: PAN based carbon fiber shipments (million lbs) by market segments in 2008.

Fig. 5.7: Percentage distribution of PAN based carbon fiber ($ million) by market segments in 2008.

Fig. 5.8: PAN based carbon fiber shipments ($ million) by market segments in 2008.

Fig. 5.9: Percentage distribution of pitch based carbon fiber (million lbs) by market segments in 2008.

Fig. 5.10: Pitch based carbon fiber shipments (million lbs) by market segments in 2008.

Fig. 5.11: Percentage distribution of pitch based carbon fiber ($ million) by market segments in 2008.

Fig. 5.12: Pitch based carbon fiber shipments ($ million) by market segments in 2008.

6. Regional Analysis

Fig. 6.1: Percentage carbon fiber distribution (million lbs) by region in 2009.

Fig. 6.2: Carbon fiber shipments (million lbs) by region in 2009.

Fig. 6.3: Percentage carbon fiber distribution ($ million) by region in 2009.

Fig. 6.4: Carbon fiber shipments ($ million) by region in 2009.

Fig. 6.5: Percentage carbon fiber distribution (million lbs) by country in 2009.

Fig. 6.6: Carbon fiber production (million lbs) by country in 2009.

Fig. 6.7: Percentage carbon fiber distribution ($ million) by country in 2009.

Fig. 6.8: Carbon fiber production ($ millions) by country in 2009.

Fig. 6.9: Percentage carbon fiber capacity distribution by region in 2009.

Fig. 6.10: Carbon fiber capacity by region in 2009.

Fig. 6.11: Percentage carbon fiber capacity distribution in North America by precursor in 2009.

Fig. 6.12: Carbon fiber capacity in North America by precursor in 2009.

Fig. 6.13: Percentage carbon fiber capacity distribution in Europe by precursor in 2009.

Fig. 6.14: Carbon fiber capacity in Europe by precursor in 2009.

Fig. 6.15: Percentage carbon fiber capacity distribution in Rest of World by precursor in 2009.

Fig. 6.16: Carbon fiber capacity in Rest of World by precursor in 2009.

7. Carbon fiber by Applications

Fig. 7.1: Percentage distribution of carbon fiber shipments (million lbs) by market segments in 2008.

Fig. 7.2: Carbon fiber shipments (million lbs) by market segments in 2008.

Fig. 7.3: Percentage distribution of carbon fiber shipments (million lbs) in the industrial applications in 2009.

Fig. 7.4: Carbon fiber shipments (million lbs) in the industrial applications in 2009.

Fig. 7.5: Percentage distribution of carbon fiber shipments ($ million) in the industrial applications in 2009.

Fig. 7.6: Carbon fiber shipments ($ million) by the industrial applications in 2009.

Fig. 7.7: Percentage carbon fiber distribution (million lbs) in the global aerospace market by segments in 2009.

Fig. 7.8: Carbon fiber shipments (million lbs) in the global aerospace market by segments in 2009.

Fig. 7.9: Carbon fiber shipments ($ million) in the global aerospace market by segments in 2009.

Fig. 7.10: Carbon fiber shipments ($ million) in the global aerospace market by segments in 2009.

Fig. 7.11: Percentage carbon fiber distribution (million lbs) in the sporting goods market by applications in 2009.

Fig. 7.12: Carbon fiber shipments (million lbs) in the sporting goods market by applications in 2009.

Fig. 7.13: Carbon fiber shipments ($ million) in the sporting goods market by applications in 2009.

8. Market Trend

Fig. 8.1: Growth trend in the carbon fiber market in terms of lbs shipments (2003-2008).

Fig. 8.2: Growth trend in the carbon fiber market in terms of $ shipments (2003-2008).

Fig. 8.3: Growth trend in PAN based carbon fiber market (2003-2008) in terms of lbs shipment.

Fig. 8.4: Growth trend in PAN based carbon fiber market (2003-2008) in terms of $ shipment.

Fig. 8.5: Growth trend in pitch based carbon fiber market (2003-2008) in terms of million lbs shipment.

Fig. 8.6: Growth trend in pitch based carbon fiber market (2003-2008) in terms of $ million shipments.

Fig. 8.7: Trend in worldwide PAN carbon fiber demand and capacity (million lbs).

Fig. 8.8: Trend in new capacity (nameplate) installation for PAN carbon fiber by industry players.

Fig 8.9: Average growth rates in important markets for the last 5 years.

Fig. 8.10: Total carbon fiber demand by market (2003-2008) in terms of million lbs shipments.

Fig. 8.11: Total carbon fiber demand by market in 2003 in terms of million lbs shipments.

Fig. 8.12: Total carbon fiber demand by market in 2008 in terms of million lbs shipments.

Fig. 8.13: Total (PAN & pitch) carbon fiber distribution (million lbs) by the industrial market in 2003

Fig. 8.14: Total (PAN & pitch) carbon fiber demand (million lbs) by the industrial market in 2003

Fig. 8.15: Total (PAN & pitch) carbon fiber distribution ($ million) by the industrial market in 2003

Fig. 8.16: Total (PAN & pitch) carbon fiber ($ million) by the industrial market in 2003

Fig. 8.17: Total (PAN & pitch) carbon fiber distribution (million lbs) by the industrial market in 2008

Fig. 8.18: Total (PAN & pitch) carbon fiber demand (million lbs) by the industrial market in 2008

Fig. 8.19: Total (PAN & pitch) carbon fiber distribution ($ million) by the industrial market in 2008

Fig. 8.20: Total (PAN & pitch) carbon fiber demand ($ million) by the industrial market in 2008

Fig. 8.21: CAGR (2003-2008) for total (PAN & pitch) carbon fiber demand (million lbs) for various applications in the industrial market

Fig. 8.22: CAGR (2003-2008) for total (PAN & pitch) carbon fiber demand ($ million) for various applications in the industrial market

Fig. 8.23: Total (PAN & Pitch) carbon fiber distribution (million lbs) in various aerospace market (new & after market) in 2003

Fig. 8.24: Total (PAN & Pitch) carbon fiber demand (million lbs) in various aerospace market (new & after market) in 2003

Fig. 8.25: Total (PAN & Pitch) carbon fiber distribution (million lbs) in various aerospace market (new & after market) in 2008

Fig. 8.26: Total (PAN & Pitch) carbon fiber demand (million lbs) in various aerospace market (new & after market) in 2008

Fig. 8.27: Total (PAN & Pitch) carbon fiber distribution ($ million) in various aerospace market (new & after market) in 2003

Fig. 8.28: Total (PAN & Pitch) carbon fiber demand ($ million) in various aerospace market (new & after market) in 2003

Fig. 8.29: Total (PAN & Pitch) carbon fiber distribution ($ million) in various aerospace market (new & after market) in 2008

Fig. 8.30: Total (PAN & Pitch) carbon fiber demand ($ million) in various aerospace market (new & after market) in 2008

Fig. 8.31: CAGR (2003-2008) for total carbon fiber in various aerospace market (new & after market), million lbs.

Fig. 8.32: CAGR (2003-2008) for total carbon fiber in various aerospace market (new & after market), $ million

Fig. 8.33: The global recreational market distribution by applications in mill lbs shipment in 2003.

Fig. 8.34: The global recreational market by applications in mill lbs shipment in 2003.

Fig. 8.35: The global recreational market distribution by applications in $ mill shipment in 2003.

Fig. 8.36: The global recreational market by applications in $ mill shipment in 2003.

Fig. 8.37: The global recreational market distribution by applications in mill lbs shipment in 2008.

Fig. 8.38: The global recreational market by applications in mill lbs shipment in 2008.

Fig. 8.39: The global recreational market distribution by applications in $ mill shipment in 2008.

Fig. 8.40: The global recreational market by applications in $ mill shipment in 2008.

Fig. 8.41: CAGR (2003-2008) for the recreational market in mill lbs shipment

Fig. 8.42: CAGR (2003-2008) for the recreational market in $ mill shipment

Fig. 8.43: Carbon fiber demand by region in 2003, 2007 and 2008 in terms of million lbs shipments.

Fig. 8.44: Carbon fiber demand by region in 2003, 2007 and 2008 in terms of $ million shipments.

Fig. 8.45: Carbon fiber demand by region in 2003 in terms of million lbs shipments.

Fig. 8.46: Carbon fiber demand by region in 2008 in terms of million lbs shipments.

Fig. 8.47: Price trend in the industrial, aerospace and sporting goods carbon fiber.

9. Forecast

Fig. 9.1: Forecast of carbon fiber in terms of million lbs shipments (2010-2015).

Fig. 9.2: Forecast of carbon fiber in terms of $ million shipments (2010-2015).

Fig. 9.3: Forecast in worldwide PAN carbon fiber nameplate demand and actual capacity (million lbs).

Fig. 9.4: New worldwide capacity (million lbs) installed by various industry players.

Fig. 9.5: Capacity investment pattern ($ million) by major carbon fiber manufacturers.

Fig. 9.6: Sectorial snapshot of major market segments of carbon fiber.

Fig. 9.7: Percentage distribution of carbon fiber by market in 2015 in terms of million lbs shipment.

Fig. 9.8: Distribution of carbon fiber in different market from 2010 - 2015 in terms of million lbs shipment.

Fig. 9.9 Distribution of carbon fiber in different market from 2010 – 2015 in terms of million $ shipment.

Fig. 9.10: Average percentage growth rate for important segments for next 5 years.

Fig. 9.11: Penetration of 2.5 MW turbines from 2010 to 2012.

Fig. 9.12: Technology roadmap (average turbine capacity) for carbon fiber applications in wind turbine.

Fig. 9.13: Technology roadmap (average blade length) for carbon fiber applications in wind turbine.

Fig. 9.14: Technology roadmap (turbine location) for carbon fiber applications in wind turbine.

Fig. 9.15: Material roadmap (blade modulus) for carbon fiber applications in wind turbine.

Fig. 9.16: Carbon fiber applications in large size wind turbines.

Source: Lucintel Analysis

Fig. 9.17: Multibrid M5000 production targets.

Source: Multibrid

Fig. 9.18: Carbon fiber growth drivers and challenges in roller market.

Fig. 9.19: Carbon fiber potential at different penetration levels.

Source: Lucintel Analysis

Fig. 9.20: CFRP penetration in automotive industry.

Fig. 9.21: Material development in automotive industry.

Fig. 9.23: Stationary fuel cell shipment projections.

Fig. 9.24: Expected launch year of fuel cell vehicle.

Source: AT Kearney & Deutsche bank

Fig. 9.25: Fuel cell shipment projections in transportation

Fig. 9.26: Carbon fiber potential scenarios in bridge rehabilitation.

Source: Lucintel Analysis

Fig. 9.27: Carbon fiber Growth drivers and challenges for civil and construction market.

Source: Lucintel Estimations

Fig. 9.28: Carbon fiber growth drivers and challenges in oil and offshore market.

Fig. 9.29: Carbon fiber growth drivers and challenges in marine industry.

Fig. 9.30: Forecast (2010-2015) in the industrial market by segment, million lbs.

Fig. 9.31: Forecast (2010-2015) in the industrial market by segment, $ million.

Fig. 9.32: Percentage distribution of carbon fiber shipments (million lbs) in the industrial applications in 2010.

Fig. 9.33: Carbon fiber shipments (million lbs) in the industrial applications in 2010.

Fig. 9.34: Carbon fiber distribution (%) by the industrial applications in 2010.

Fig. 9.35: Carbon fiber shipments ($ million) by the industrial applications in 2010.

Fig. 9.36: Total (PAN & pitch) carbon fiber demand distribution (million lbs) by the industrial market in 2015.

Fig. 9.37: Total (PAN & pitch) carbon fiber demand (million lbs) by the industrial market in 2015.

Fig. 9.39: Total (PAN & pitch) carbon fiber demand ($ million) by the industrial market in 2015.

Fig. 9.40: CAGR (2010-2015) for total (PAN & pitch) carbon fiber demand (million lbs) for various applications in the industrial market

Fig. 9.41: CAGR (2010-2015) for total (PAN & pitch) carbon fiber demand ($ million) for various applications in the industrial market

Fig. 9.42: Trend and forecast for average composites content in commercial aerospace market.

Fig. 9.43: Trend and forecast for carbon fiber in commercial aerospace market.

Fig. 9.44: Carbon fiber shipment (mill lbs) in the aerospace market by segments (2010-2015).

Fig. 9.45: Carbon fiber shipment ($ mill) in the aerospace market by segments (2010-2015).

Fig. 9.46: Percentage carbon fiber distribution (million lbs) in the global aerospace market by segments in 2010.

Fig. 9.47: Carbon fiber shipments (million lbs) in the global aerospace market by segments in 2010.

Fig. 9.48: Carbon fiber shipments ($ million) in the global aerospace market by segments in 2010.

Fig. 9.49: Carbon fiber shipments ($ million) in the global aerospace market by segments in 2010.

Fig. 9.50: The aerospace market (million lbs) distribution for total (PAN and Pitch) carbon fiber by applications segments in 2015.

Fig. 9.51: The aerospace market (million lbs) for total (PAN and Pitch) carbon fiber by applications segments in 2015.

Fig. 9.52: The aerospace market ($ million) distribution for total (PAN and Pitch) carbon fiber by applications segments in 2015.

Fig. 9.53: The aerospace market ($ million) shipment for total (PAN and pitch) carbon fiber by applications segments in 2015.

Fig. 9.54: CAGR (2010-2015) for total carbon fiber in various aerospace market (new & after market), million lbs.

Fig. 9.55: CAGR (2010-2015) for total carbon fiber in various aerospace market (new & after market), $ million

Fig. 9.56: Forecast in the recreational market in mill lbs shipment, 2010-2015

Fig. 9.57: Forecast in the recreational market in $ mill shipment, 2010-2015

Fig. 9.58: CAGR (2010-2015) for the recreational market in mill lbs shipment.

Fig. 9.59: CAGR (2010-2015) for the recreational market in $ mill shipment.

Fig. 9.60: Percentage carbon fiber distribution (million lbs) in the sporting goods market by applications in 2010.

Fig. 9.61: Carbon fiber shipments (million lbs) in the sporting goods market by applications in 2010.

Fig. 9.62: Carbon fiber shipments ($ million) in the sporting goods market by applications in 2010.

Fig. 9.63: Percentage carbon fiber distribution (million lbs) in the sporting goods market by applications in 2015.

Fig. 9.64: Carbon fiber shipments (million lbs) in the sporting goods market by applications in 2015.

Fig. 9.65: Carbon fiber shipments ($ million) in the sporting goods market by applications in 2015.

Fig. 9.66: Percentage distribution of carbon fiber by region in 2015 in terms of million lbs shipment.

Fig. 9.67: Distribution of carbon fiber by region in 2009, 2010, 2014 and 2015 in terms of million lbs shipment.

Fig. 9.68: Distribution of carbon fiber by region in 2009, 2010, 2014 and 2015 in terms of million $ shipment.

Fig. 9.69: Dollar ($) and gross margin flow chart in carbon fiber market in 2009.

Fig. 9.70: Percentage distribution of gross profit in various nodes of value chain in 2009.

Fig. 9.71: Percentage distribution of gross profit in various nodes of value chain in 2009.

Fig. 9.72: Dollar ($) and gross margin flow chart in carbon fiber market in 2015.

10. Applications of Carbon Fiber Materials

More than 60 figures for different type important applications such as aerospace, industrial, sporting goods, construction are included in this chapter.

Fig. 10.1: Photograph of Airbus access panels.

Fig. 10.2: Keel beam hold by an Airbus staff.

Fig. 10.3: A photograph of Pressure bulkhead of the Company X and Company Y.

Fig. 10.4: Aircraft braking systems – Company Z.

Fig. 10.5: A photograph of Product 1

Fig. 10.6: A photograph of Product 2

Fig. 10.7: A photograph of Product 3

Fig. 10.8: A photograph of Product 4.

Fig. 10.9: A photograph of Product 5.

Fig. 10.10: A photograph of Product 6

Fig. 10.11: A photograph of typical formula 1 car showing the repairing cost in a year.

Fig. 10.12: Carbon fiber hood of Company xyz.

Fig. 10.13: A photograph of Application B

Fig: 10.14: A photograph of Application D.

Fig: 10.15: A photo graph of Product xyz.

Fig. 10.16: Carbon fiber hood of Product Z.

Fig. 10.17: A photograph of Product ABC

Fig. 10.18: A photograph of The Application I.

Fig. 10.19: A photograph of Product 7 with carbon prepreg roof.

Fig. 10.20: Photographs of Product 8.

Fig. 10.21: A photograph of Application 2.

Fig. 10.22: A photograph of Product 9.

Fig. 10.23: A photograph of product 10.

Fig: 10.24: A photograph of Product 11 and Product 12

Fig: 10.25: A photograph of Product 13.

Fig: 10.26: A photograph of Application 7.

Fig: 10.27: A photograph of Application 8.

Fig: 10.28: A photograph of Application 9.

Fig: 10.29: A photograph of Application 10.

Fig: 10.30: A photograph of Application 11.

Fig: 10.31: A photograph of Product 14.

Fig: 10.32: A photograph of Product 15.

Fig: 10.33: A photograph of Product 16.

Fig. 10.34: A photograph of Application 18.

Fig: 10.35: A photograph of Product 17.

Fig. 10.36: Application 20.

Fig. 10.37: Application 22.

Fig. 10.38: Application 23.

Fig. 10.39: Photograph of Application 25.

Fig: 10.40: A photograph of Product 18

Fig: 10.41: A photograph of Product 19.

Fig. 10.42: A photograph of Application I.

Fig. 10.43: A photograph of Application II.

Fig. 10.44: A photograph of Application IV.

Fig. 10.45: A photograph of Application V.

Fig. 10.46: A photograph of Application VI.

Fig. 10.47: A photograph of Application VII.

Fig. 10.48: A photograph of Product 20

Fig. 10.49: A photograph of a VTM Application IX

Fig. 10.50: Medical Application xyz.

Fig. 10.51: A photograph of Otto Bock Application y.

Fig. 10.52: A photograph of a Application z.

Fig. 10.53: A photograph of medical application product x.

Fig. 10.54: Company ABC Recreational Application 1.

Fig. 10.55: Company XYZ Recreational Application 2l.

Fig. 10.56: Company EFG Recreational Application 3.

Fig. 10.57: Photograph of a Recreational Application 4.

Fig. 10.58: Lightweight Recreational Application 5.

Fig. 10.59: Recreational Application 6.

Fig. 10.60: A photograph of Recreational Application 7

Fig. 10.61: A photograph of carbon fiber Product 1

Fig. 10.62: A photograph of carbon fiber Product 2.

Fig. 10.63: A photograph of carbon fiber Product 3

Fig. 10.64: A photograph of carbon fiber Product 4.

Fig. 10.65: A photograph of carbon fiber Recreational Application 24.

Fig. 10.66: A photograph of carbon fiber Recreational Application 25.

Fig. 10.67: A photograph of carbon fiber Recreational Application 26.

Fig. 10.68: A photograph of carbon fiber Product 5.

Fig. 10.69: A photograph of bicycle made with Product xyz

Fig. 10.70: A photograph of Recreational Application 34

11. Market Analysis by Manufacturing Process

Fig. 11.1: Manufacturing processes used in the carbon fiber product.

Fig. 11.2: Worldwide carbon fiber shipments in million lbs by manufacturing process in 2008.

Fig. 11.2: Worldwide percentage distribution of carbon fiber in million lbs by manufacturing process in 2008.

Fig. 11.3: Worldwide carbon fiber shipments in the recreational industry in million lbs by manufacturing process in 2008.

Fig. 11.4: Worldwide carbon fiber shipments in the recreational industry in $ million by manufacturing process in 2008.

Fig. 11.5: Worldwide percentage distribution of carbon fiber in the recreational industry in million lbs by manufacturing process in 2008.

Fig. 11.6: Worldwide carbon fiber shipments in the industrial market in million lbs by manufacturing process in 2008.

Fig. 11.7: Worldwide carbon fiber shipments in the industrial market in $ million by manufacturing process in 2008.

Fig. 11.8: Worldwide percentage distribution of carbon fiber in the industrial market in million lbs by manufacturing process in 2008.

Fig. 11.9: Worldwide carbon fiber shipments in the aerospace market in million lbs by manufacturing process in 2008.

Fig. 11.10: Worldwide carbon fiber shipments in the aerospace market in $ million by manufacturing process in 2007.

Fig. 11.11: Worldwide percentage distribution of carbon fiber in the aerospace market in million lbs by manufacturing process in 2008.

12. Manufacturing of Carbon Fiber

Fig. 12.1: Schematic representation of carbon fiber preparation from PAN fibers.

Fig. 12.2: Manufacturing process schematic for pitch-based carbon fibers.

List of Tables

1. Executive Summary

Table 1.1: Applications by performance (above average growth) in 2009.

Table 1.2 Carbon fiber market parameters and attributes: materials perspective.

Table 1.3 Carbon fiber market parameters and attributes – end product market perspective.

3. Properties and Price Comparison

Table 3.1: Typical properties for Carbon fiber 1.

Table 3.2: Typical Properties of XYZ Carbon Fiber

Table 3.3: Typical Properties of ABC Carbon Fiber

Table 3.4: Properties of Hexcel Fiber Type 1.

Table 3.5: Properties of Carbon Fiber 2.

Table 3.6: Properties of Carbon Fiber 3

Table 3.7: Properties of Carbon Fiber 4.

Table 3.8: Properties of Carbon Fiber 5.

Table 3.9: Properties of Carbon Fiber 6.

Table 3.10: Properties of Carbon Fiber 7

Table 3.11: Properties of Carbon Fiber 6

Table 3.12: Properties of Carbon Fiber 8

Table 3.13: Properties of Carbon Fiber 9

Table 3.14: Properties of Carbon Fiber 10

Table 3.15: Properties of Carbon Fiber 11 Type 1.

Table 3.16: Properties of Carbon Fiber 12

Table 3.17: Uses of company X PAN based Carbon Fiber Type 2.

Table 3.18: Properties of XYZ Fiber Type 2.

Table 3.21: Properties of Carbon Fiber 6 Type 2.

Table 3.22: Properties of Carbon Fiber 6 Type 2.

Table 3.23: Properties of Carbon Fiber 13 T

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