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氣凝膠技術、市場、預測:2018-2029年

Aerogels 2019-2029: Technologies, Markets and Players

出版商 IDTechEx Ltd. 商品編碼 408658
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 214 Slides
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氣凝膠技術、市場、預測:2018-2029年 Aerogels 2019-2029: Technologies, Markets and Players
出版日期: 2019年03月31日內容資訊: 英文 214 Slides
簡介

目前氣凝膠市場規模為2億2,000萬美元,不過,預計至2029年達到5億3,000萬美元。

本報告提供全球氣凝膠市場相關的總括性調查,各應用及材料的種類、形式的十年的市場預測,及企業簡介。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 簡介

  • 氣凝膠是什麼?
  • 氣凝膠的做法為何?
  • 氣凝膠的簡歷
  • 超臨界乾燥工程:概要
  • 超臨界乾燥工程:封閉迴路型
  • 超臨界乾燥工程:高壓釜加載
  • 超臨界乾燥的進步
  • 周圍壓力乾燥工程:Cabot Corporation
  • 氣凝膠製造工程比較
  • 二氧化矽氣凝膠的特徵
  • 氣凝膠的各種泡沫
  • 二氧化矽氣凝膠的特徵:各純形式
  • 先進二氧化矽氣凝膠的特徵
  • 二氧化矽氣凝膠的前驅體
  • 氣凝膠樹:各類型

第3章 氣凝膠市場概要、預測

  • 氣凝膠廠商:各種類、成熟度
  • 超臨界氣凝膠製造工程的開發
  • 氣凝膠的雙極點:各應用領域
  • 專利侵害新聞、展望
  • 氣凝膠專利分析:主要企業
  • 氣凝膠搜尋趨勢
  • 市場預測資訊、概要
  • 市場預測:各產品部門
  • 市場預測:各氣凝膠類型
  • 氣凝膠製造商收益、製造能力
  • 中國企業、情形
  • 氣凝膠製造的地區分佈
  • 氣凝膠的電子商務網站

第4章 二氧化矽氣凝膠產品

第5章 有機氣凝膠產品

第6章 政策、資金獎勵

  • 政府的促進因素
  • 耐火性
  • 減少排放廢氣:輕量化
  • 減少排放廢氣:混合引擎
  • 財務支援、資金

第7章 氣凝膠的應用

  • 石油、天然氣
  • 工業用隔熱材料
  • 建築物、建設
  • 窗戶用隔熱材料
  • 地區能源
  • 運輸
  • 熱電發電機
  • 服裝、鞋子
  • 包裝
  • 美容、化妝品
  • 環境影響解決方案
  • 醫療
  • 運動用品
  • 食品和飲料
  • 儲能
  • 催化劑
  • 能源、催化劑
  • 電子產品
  • 天線
  • 基礎研究用途

第8章 企業簡介

  • Active Aerogels
  • Aerogel Technologies
  • Aerogel UK
  • Aspen Aerogel
  • BASF
  • Blueshift International Materials
  • Bronxculture
  • Cabot Corporation
  • Empa
  • Enersens
  • Entropy Labs
  • Green Earth Aerogel Technologies
  • Guangdong Alison Hi-Tech Co
  • Guizhou Aerospace Wujiang Electro-Mechanical Equipment Co.
  • JIOS Aerogel
  • Keey Aerogel
  • Nano High Tech
  • SunThru
  • Svenska Aerogel
  • Tiem Factory Inc

第9章 附錄

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目錄

Title:
Aerogels 2019-2029: Technologies, Markets and Players
Lightweight advanced nanoporous materials including: silica monolith, granule, powder and composite forms; organic polymer; supercritical and ambient pressure drying manufacturing processes.

The aerogel market will exceed $530m by 2029.

This report provides the most comprehensive and authoritative view of the global aerogel market, giving detailed ten-year market forecasts segmented by application and both material type and form, including full company profiles based on IDTechEx's interview-based primary research. The research within this report values the market at present at just over $220 million and anticipates it to marginally exceed $530 million by 2029 for the aerogel manufacturers.

There has been seemingly no limit to the hype and over-inflated proposed market infiltration surrounding the properties and proposed applications for this class of material. To date, the high price-tag has meant that the unique properties aerogels possess have only been valued by a few industries. The market leaders, Aspen Aerogel, have lost over $300 million across the past decade, which alongside others, has in part enabled this market to finally come of age and allow for a more diverse profitable market to be on the cusp of emerging.

This report details the current status of all the different types and forms of pure and composite aerogel products. The most prevalent of which is silica aerogel with the key property being very high thermal insulation (λ = 15-25 mW/m.K), the commercial applications to date centre almost exclusively around silica composite panels and blankets for their use in thermal management. However, given the abundance and cost of traditional insulators manufacturers have been unable to justify the high price on the superior insulating properties alone. Instead they have looked to the added value of the properties these materials possess be it fire retardancy, low density, hydrophobicity, strength or electrical/acoustic insulation.

IDTechEx has identified organic aerogels, notably polymer panels, as a rapidly emerging area of commercial activity. Many of the promising players will reach production capacity over the 10-year period and there is already significant interest from large end-users across a range of sectors from transportation to building and construction. The aerogel tree below shows the range of materials that have been explored by the aerogel community and will be outlined in the report.

The report also probes key drivers for aerogel products, with insights extending from the innovative multi-functional properties they offer through to legislative incentives concerning restrictions in energy consumption and fire safety particularly within the building and transportation sector. Pricing forecasts are provided for all different types and are predicted to undergo significant shifts as increased capacities and emerging manufacturing processes are anticipated.

Finally, the report looks further into the future, describing the cutting-edge applications and manufacturing techniques. Many applications are reaching a peak of expectation, whereas some have only recently seen the initial trigger that could spawn a future direction for the market. The research also extensively compares and discusses batch and continuous manufacturing processes for both supercritical and ambient pressure drying techniques. This is with consideration to both established methods as well as emerging companies and relevant university research.

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Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

  • 1.1. What is an aerogel?
  • 1.2. Aerogel tree by type
  • 1.3. Silica aerogel properties
  • 1.4. Different forms of aerogels
  • 1.5. Hype curve of aerogel by application
  • 1.6. Aerogel market forecast by form and type
  • 1.7. Silica aerogel market forecast by application
  • 1.8. Polymer aerogel overview and player analysis

2. INTRODUCTION TO AEROGELS

  • 2.1. What is an aerogel?
  • 2.2. How are aerogels made?
  • 2.3. A brief history of aerogels
  • 2.4. Supercritical drying process: overview
  • 2.5. Supercritical drying process: closed loop
  • 2.6. Supercritical drying process: autoclave loading
  • 2.7. Supercritical drying advancements
  • 2.8. Ambient pressure drying process - Cabot Corporation
  • 2.9. A comparison of aerogel manufacturing processes
  • 2.10. Silica aerogel properties
  • 2.11. Different forms of aerogels
  • 2.12. Silica aerogel properties by pure form
  • 2.13. Advanced silica aerogel properties
  • 2.14. Silica aerogel precursors
  • 2.15. Aerogel tree by type

3. MARKET OVERVIEW AND FORECAST

  • 3.1. Aerogel manufacturers by type and maturity
  • 3.2. Development of supercritical aerogel manufacturing processes
  • 3.3. Hype curve of aerogel by application
  • 3.4. Patent infringement news and outlook
  • 3.5. Aerogel patent analysis: main players
  • 3.6. Aerogel google trends
  • 3.7. Market forecast information and overview
  • 3.8. Market forecast by industry sector
  • 3.9. Market forecast by aerogel type
  • 3.10. Revenue and capacity of aerogel manufacturers
  • 3.11. Chinese players and status
  • 3.12. Geographical distribution of aerogel manufacturing
  • 3.13. ecommerce sites for aerogels

4. SILICA AEROGEL PRODUCTS

  • 4.1. Silica composite aerogels - matrix reinforced. Aspen Aerogel products
  • 4.2. Silica composite aerogels - matrix reinforced. Aspen Aerogel manufacturing
  • 4.3. Silica composite aerogels - matrix reinforced. Aspen Aerogel industry overview
  • 4.4. Aspen Aerogel financial overview
  • 4.5. Silica composite aerogels - cost analysis
  • 4.6. Silica composite aerogels - composites formed from powders and granules
  • 4.7. Silica composite aerogels - Armacell and JIOS Aerogel
  • 4.8. Silica composite aerogels - composites formed from powders and granules (2)
  • 4.9. Research into opacifying composite silica aerogel
  • 4.10. Silica composite aerogels - Huntsman and Cabot Corporation case study
  • 4.11. Powder aerogel SWOT analysis
  • 4.12. Granule aerogel SWOT analysis
  • 4.13. "Aerogel-like" products
  • 4.14. Silica aerogel in end-user liquid products
  • 4.15. Silica Aerogel powder manufacturing processes
  • 4.16. Cost optimised ambient pressure drying process - university research
  • 4.17. Powders and granules prepared under ambient pressure - university research
  • 4.18. Organic crosslinkers
  • 4.19. Monolith prepared under ambient pressure
  • 4.20. Rapid supercritical extraction
  • 4.21. 3D printing of aerogels
  • 4.22. Alternative monolithic aerogel manufacturing processes - university research
  • 4.23. Cost progression for powder and granule silica aerogels
  • 4.24. Market share for silica granule and powder manufacturers

5. ORGANIC AEROGEL PRODUCTS

  • 5.1. Polymer aerogels - introduction
  • 5.2. Polymer aerogels - Aerogel Technologies
  • 5.3. Polymer aerogels - Blueshift International Materials
  • 5.4. Polymer aerogels - BASF
  • 5.5. Research into polymer aerogels
  • 5.6. Research into polymer aerogels - NASA
  • 5.7. Polymer aerogels used alongside graphene
  • 5.8. Market forecast of polymer aerogels by application
  • 5.9. Carbon aerogel - manufacturing and properties
  • 5.10. New research into carbon aerogels
  • 5.11. Graphene and graphite aerogel
  • 5.12. 3D Printing of organic aerogels - carbon and graphene
  • 5.13. Aerogels used alongside graphene
  • 5.14. Emerging aerogel materials
  • 5.15. Natural sources of aerogel - introduction
  • 5.16. Natural sources of aerogel - cellulose
  • 5.17. Natural and recycled sources of aerogel - cotton
  • 5.18. Early stage materials

6. LEGISLATIVE POLICY AND FUNDING INCENTIVES

  • 6.1. Governmental drivers
  • 6.2. Fire safety
  • 6.3. Reducing vehicle emissions - lightweighting
  • 6.4. Reducing vehicle emissions - hybrid engines
  • 6.5. Financial support and funding

7. APPLICATIONS OF AEROGELS

  • 7.1. Oil and Gas - refineries
  • 7.2. Oil and Gas - pipelines
  • 7.3. Industrial insulation
  • 7.4. Building and construction - overview
  • 7.5. Building and construction - panels and blankets
  • 7.6. Building and construction - coatings and paints
  • 7.7. Building and construction - plaster, concrete and bricks
  • 7.8. Window insulation - Cabot Corporation
  • 7.9. Window insulation - emerging research
  • 7.10. District energy applications
  • 7.11. Transportation - silica aerogel
  • 7.12. Transportation - polymer aerogel
  • 7.13. Thermoelectric generators - General Motors
  • 7.14. Apparel and footwear
  • 7.15. Packaging - food, chemicals and consumer items
  • 7.16. Beauty and cosmetics
  • 7.17. Environmental impact solutions - air and liquid filtration
  • 7.18. Environmental impact solutions - oil-spill remediation and desalination
  • 7.19. Environmental impact solutions - transportation
  • 7.20. Medical applications
  • 7.21. Bone tissue engineering
  • 7.22. Sports equipment
  • 7.23. Food and drink
  • 7.24. Energy storage - supercapacitors
  • 7.25. Energy storage using 3D printed aerogels
  • 7.26. Catalysis
  • 7.27. Energy and catalysts - university research
  • 7.28. Electronics - thermal insulation
  • 7.29. Electronics - thermal dissipation
  • 7.30. Knudsen pumps
  • 7.31. Antennas - polymer aerogels
  • 7.32. Fundamental research purposes

8. COMPANY PROFILES

  • 8.1. Active Aerogels
  • 8.2. Aerogel Technologies
  • 8.3. Aerogel UK
  • 8.4. Aspen Aerogel
  • 8.5. Aerogelex
  • 8.6. BASF
  • 8.7. Blueshift International Materials
  • 8.8. Bronxculture
  • 8.9. Cabot Corporation
  • 8.10. Empa
  • 8.11. Enersens
  • 8.12. Entropy Labs
  • 8.13. Green Earth Aerogel Technologies
  • 8.14. Guangdong Alison Hi-Tech Co
  • 8.15. Guizhou Aerospace Wujiang Electro-Mechanical Equipment Co.
  • 8.16. JIOS Aerogel
  • 8.17. Keey Aerogel
  • 8.18. Nano High Tech
  • 8.19. SunThru
  • 8.20. Svenska Aerogel
  • 8.21. Tiem Factory Inc

9. APPENDIX

  • 9.1. Aerogel Market Forecast - Type
  • 9.2. Silica Aerogel Market Forecast - Application
  • 9.3. Silica Aerogel Manufacturers
  • 9.4. Organic Aerogel Market Forecast - Application