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稀土永久磁鐵市場:產業趨勢、製造工程、工廠建設、機器、原料、原價與收益

Rare Earth Magnet Market - Industry Trends, Manufacturing Process, Plant Setup, Machinery, Raw Materials, Cost and Revenue

出版商 IMARC Services Pvt. Ltd. 商品編碼 356069
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 49 Pages
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稀土永久磁鐵市場:產業趨勢、製造工程、工廠建設、機器、原料、原價與收益 Rare Earth Magnet Market - Industry Trends, Manufacturing Process, Plant Setup, Machinery, Raw Materials, Cost and Revenue
出版日期: 2016年03月16日 內容資訊: 英文 49 Pages
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本報告提供稀土永久磁鐵製造工廠計劃調查分析,建設工廠的技術、商業性藍圖,業績,製造工程必要條件,計劃的經費、資金援助、經濟性等相關驗證之系統性資訊。

第1章 調查手法

第2章 摘要整理

第3章 簡介

第4章 稀土永久磁鐵產業分析

  • 稀土永久磁鐵產業:整體市場的業績
  • 釹、鐵、硼 (NdFeB) 磁鐵
  • 釤鈷 (SmCo) 磁鐵
  • 稀土永久磁鐵產業:主要的成功、風險要素

第5章 稀土永久磁鐵的加工、製造

  • 稀土永久磁鐵製造工廠:詳細的工程
  • 稀土永久磁鐵製造工廠:各種單位操作
  • 原料必要條件
  • 稀土永久磁鐵製造工廠:主要機器

第6章 計劃詳細內容、必要條件、經費

  • 土地、地點、基地開發
  • 工廠設計
  • 工廠、機器
  • 原料
  • 公共事業
  • 人力資源
  • 其他資本投資

第7章 稀土永久磁鐵製造工廠:貸款、資金援助

第8章 稀土永久磁鐵製造工廠:計劃的經濟性

  • 計劃的資本成本
  • 技術、經濟參數
  • 產品價格
  • 產品包裝
  • 收入預測
  • 支出預測
  • 財務分析

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Product Code: SRP00116BX

Developed in the 1970's and 1980's, rare earth magnets have become extremely popular in a number of industrial applications and currently represent the strongest type of permanent magnets. Rare earth magnets are currently divided into two categories, that is, the SmCo-type magnets and the NdFeB-type magnets. These magnets are composed of the alloys of rare earth elements and hence are known as rare earth magnets. These magnets can produce stronger magnetic fields compared to the ferrite and AlNiCo magnets. They are, however, extremely brittle and also vulnerable to corrosion and hence require coating to protect them from breaking, chipping or crumbling into powder.

NdFeB magnets are well suited for use in electric motors, power tools and other products requiring strong, compact permanent magnets. They offer the highest magnetic field strength and magnetic stability but have a lower curie temperature. Since they tend to be more vulnerable to oxidation than SmCo magnets, protective surface treatments are often applied on them.

Unlike NdFeB magnets, SmCo magnets have a weaker magnetic field strength but a higher curie temperature and are extremely useful for applications requiring high field strength while operating at high temperatures. Another advantage with SmCo magnets is that they have a high resistance to oxidation and can be more susceptible to chipping and cracking. Compared to the wide usage of NdFeB magnets, however, SmCo magnets have limited usage. These magnets are currently used for certain niche applications, particularly in the defense and aerospace sectors.

Globally, China represents the largest producer as well as the consumer of NdFeB and SmCo magnets. Well diversified and increasing industrial applications coupled by the fact that they have limited substitutes are currently driving the global demand of NdFeB magnets. The demand of SmCo magnets, on the other hand, is being driven by the increasing spending on the defense and the aerospace sectors. Government initiatives to promote green technologies in order to decrease carbon emissions are also expected to drive the global demand of rare earth magnets in the coming years.

IMARC's latest study "Rare Earth Magnet Market - Industry Trends, Manufacturing Process, Plant Setup, Machinery, Raw Materials, Cost and Revenue" provides a techno-commercial roadmap for setting up a rare earth magnets manufacturing plant. The study, which has been done by one of the world's leading research and advisory firms, covers all the requisite aspects of the rare earth magnet market. This ranges from macro overview of the market to micro details of the industry performance, processing and manufacturing requirements, project cost, project funding, project economics, expected returns on investment, profit margins, etc. This report is a must-read for entrepreneurs, investors, researchers, consultants, business strategists, and all those who have or plan to have any kind of stake in the rare earth magnet market.

Key Questions Answered in This Report?

  • What are the key success and risk factors in the rare earth magnets industry?
  • How has the rare earth magnets market performed so far and how will it perform in the coming years?
  • What is the structure of the rare earth magnets industry and who are the key players?
  • What are the various unit operations involved in a rare earth magnet plant?
  • What is the total size of land required for setting up a rare earth magnet plant?
  • What are the machinery requirements for setting up a rare earth magnet plant?
  • What are the raw material requirements and composition for setting up a rare earth magnet plant?
  • What are the utility requirements for setting up a rare earth magnet plant?
  • What are the manpower requirements for setting up a rare earth magnet plant?
  • What are the infrastructure costs for setting up a rare earth magnet plant?
  • What are the capital costs for setting up a rare earth magnet plant?
  • What are the operating costs for setting up a rare earth magnet plant?
  • What should be the pricing mechanism of various rare earth magnet products?
  • What will be the income and expenditures for a rare earth magnet plant?
  • What is the time required to break-even?

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Table of Contents

1 Research Methodology

2 Executive Summary

3 Introduction

4 Rare Earth Magnets Industry Analysis

  • 4.1 Rare Earth Magnets Industry: Overall Market Performance
    • 4.1.1 Current, Historical and Future Market Trends
    • 4.1.2 Market Breakup by Magnet Type
    • 4.1.3 Market Breakup by Application
    • 4.1.4 Major Players in the Rare Earth Magnet Industry
  • 4.2 Neodymium-Iron-Boron (NdFeB) Magnets
    • 4.2.1 Current and Historical Market Trends
    • 4.2.2 Market Breakup by Region
      • 4.2.2.1 China
      • 4.2.2.1 Japan
      • 4.2.2.1 Europe
      • 4.2.2.1 Others
    • 4.2.3 Market Forecast
  • 4.3 Samarium-Cobalt (SmCo) Magnets
    • 4.3.1 Current and Historical Market Trends
    • 4.3.2 Market Breakup by Region
      • 4.3.2.1 China
      • 4.3.2.1 US
      • 4.3.2.1 Europe
      • 4.3.2.1 Others
    • 4.3.3 Market Forecast
  • 4.4 Rare Earth Magnets Industry: Key Success and Risk Factors
    • 4.4 Rare Earth Magnets Industry: Value Chain Analysis

5 Processing and Manufacturing of Rare Earth Magnets

  • 5.1 Rare Earth Magnets Manufacturing Plant: Various Types of Unit Operations Involved
  • 5.2 Rare Earth Magnets Manufacturing Plant: Detailed Process Flow
  • 5.3 Raw Material Requirements
    • 5.3.1 NdFeB Magnet: Raw Material Requirements
    • 5.3.2 SmCo Magnet: Raw Material Requirements
  • 5.4 Rare Earth Magnet Manufacturing Plant: Major Machinery Pictures

6 Project Details, Requirements and Costs Involved

  • 6.1 Land, Location and Site Development
  • 6.2 Plant Layout
  • 6.3 Plant Machinery
  • 6.4 Raw Materials
  • 6.5 Utilities
  • 6.6 Manpower
  • 6.7 Other Capital Investments

7 Rare Earth Magnets Manufacturing Plant: Loans and Financial Assistance

8 Rare Earth Magnets Manufacturing Plant: Project Economics

  • 8.1 Capital Cost of the Project
  • 8.2 Techno-Economic Parameters
  • 8.3 Product Pricing
  • 8.4 Product Packaging
  • 8.5 Income Projections
  • 8.6 Expenditure Projections
  • 8.7 Financial Analysis

List of Figures

  • Figure 4 1: Global: Rare Earth Magnets Market: Sales Volume (in Tons), 2008-2015
  • Figure 4 2: Global: Rare Earth Magnets Market Forecast: Sales Volume (in Tons), 2016-2021
  • Figure 4 3: Global: Rare Earth Magnets Market: Breakup by Magnet Type (in %), 2015
  • Figure 4 4: Global: Rare Earth Magnets Market: Breakup by Application (in %), 2015
  • Figure 4 5: Global: Neodymium-Iron-Boron (NdFeB) Magnets Market: Sales Volume (in Tons), 2008-2015
  • Figure 4 6: Global: Neodymium-Iron-Boron (NdFeB) Magnets Market: Breakup by Region (in %), 2015
  • Figure 4 7: Global: Neodymium-Iron-Boron (NdFeB) Magnets Market Forecast: Sales Volume
  • Figure 4 8: Global: Samarium-Cobalt (SmCo) Magnets Market: Sales Volume (in Tons),
  • Figure 4 9: Global: Samarium-Cobalt (SmCo) Magnets Market: Breakup by Region (in %), 2015
  • Figure 4 10: Global: Samarium-Cobalt (SmCo) Magnets Market Forecast: Sales Volume (in Tons), 2016-2021
  • Figure 5 1: Rare Earth Magnets Manufacturing Process: Detailed Process Flow
  • Figure 5 2: Neodymium-Iron-Boron (NdFeB) Magnet Manufacturing Process: Flow Diagram
  • Figure 5 3: Samarium-Cobalt (SmCo) Magnet Manufacturing Process: Flow Diagram
  • Figure 6 1: Rare Earth Magnets Manufacturing Plant: Proposed Plant Layout
  • Figure 8 1: Rare Earth Magnets Manufacturing Plant: Breakup of Capital Costs (in %)

List of Tables

  • Table 4 1: Global: Rare Earth Magnets Market: Volume Breakup by Magnet Type
  • Table 4 2: China: Key Rare Earth Magnet Manufacturers
  • Table 4 3: USA: Key Rare Earth Magnet Manufacturers
  • Table 4 4: Japan: Key Rare Earth Magnet Manufacturers
  • Table 4 5: Europe: Key Rare Earth Magnet Manufacturers
  • Table 6 1: Rare Earth Magnets Manufacturing Plant: Costs Related to Land and Site Development (in US$)
  • Table 6 2: Rare Earth Magnets Manufacturing Plant: Costs Related to Civil Works (in US$)
  • Table 6 3: Rare Earth Magnets Manufacturing Plant: Costs Related to Plant Machinery (in US$)
  • Table 6 4: Rare Earth (NdFeB) Magnets Manufacturing Plant: Raw Materials Requirements
  • Table 6 5: Rare Earth (SmCO) Magnets Manufacturing Plant: Raw Materials Requirements
  • Table 6 6: Rare Earth Magnets Manufacturing Plant: Costs Related to Salaries and Wages
  • Table 6 7: Rare Earth Magnets Manufacturing Plant: Costs Related to Other Capital
  • Table 7 1: Details of Financial Assistance Offered by Financial Institutions
  • Table 8 1: Rare Earth Magnets Manufacturing Plant: Capital Costs (in US$)
  • Table 8 2: Rare Earth Magnets Manufacturing Plant: Techno-Economic Parameters
  • Table 8 3: Rare Earth Magnets Manufacturing Plant: Income Projections (in US$)
  • Table 8 4: Rare Earth Magnets Manufacturing Plant: Expenditure Projections (in US$)
  • Table 8 5: Rare Earth Magnets Manufacturing Plant: Cash Flow Analysis without Considering the Income Tax Liability
  • Table 8 6: Rare Earth Magnets Manufacturing Plant: Cash Flow Analysis on Considering the Income Tax Liability
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