Advances in Automotive Plastics (Technical Insights)

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This research service outlines the key developments in the field of automotive plastics and associated technologies.

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Advances in Automotive Plastics (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryOverviewOverviewGlobal Technology Highlights (North America; Europe; and Asia)Scope and MethodologyScopeMethodologyAutomotive Plastics Webwatch DirectoryAdvances in Automotive Plastics (Technical Insights), Automotive Plastics Introduction (North America; Europe; and Asia)Advanced Automotive Plastics OverviewPlastics to Automotive Market BasicsWidespread Automotive Plastics ProgressAutomotive Plastics Technology TrendsAutomotive–Electronic–Consumer Product Convergence EmergingSmart Materials Shaping up Automotive PlasticsGlobal Automotive Plastics Market Drivers‘Greening’ of Automotive Plastics UnderwayAutomotive Plastics Redefining Pedestrian SafetyAdvances in Automotive Plastics (Technical Insights), Automotive Plastics Technology and Applications Viewpoint (North America; Europe; and Asia)Advances in Automotive ApplicationsPlastics Development Advances Use in Automotive ApplicationsCorvette ‘Pop-Free’ SMC Body PanelsGMC’s Game Changing Smart Materials ApplicationsPlastics Applications in Automotive SafetyAdvances in Automotive SafetySystems to Reduce Pedestrian Limb InjuryPeugeot 207’s Designed Pedestrian Safety BeamsQuadrant Composites’ Fabricated Sheet Pedestrian Beam ApproachBASF’s Unique Plastic Lower Bumper Stiffener Protects PedestriansBASF’s Neopolen Equipped Bumpers Further Protect PedestriansCar Body Reinforcement ElementsStructural Blowmolded SeatbackAutomotive Electrical and ElectronicsPlastics Advances in Automotive Electronics SystemsUltrathin Halogen-Free Automotive CableLiquid Crystal Polymer in New Auto Climate SensorsRenewable/Sustainable Resourced Automotive ProductsAutomakers Growing Use of Biobased MaterialsNatural Fiber Composite for Mercedes-Benz Spare Tire CoverHonda Bio-Fabric for Auto InteriorsSoy Use in Automotive SeatingLear–Ford SoyFoam Seating ApplicationsJohnson Controls' Soy-Based Foam for Auto SeatsGlass-Free Vehicle HeadlinersRecycle and Automotive ProductsFord’s More Sustainable Fabric Seating SolutionRenault’s Environmentally Friendly Twingo ConceptConcept Car ApplicationsPlastics Extensive Use in Volt ConceptHyundai’s Eco and Safety Focused ‘QarmaQ’ Driving MachineStackable; Shareable; Electric; Two Passenger Concept CarAdvances in Automotive Plastics (Technical Insights), Enabling Material and Process Technology Adoption in Automotive Plastics (North America; Europe; Asia)Advanced Composite MaterialsIntroductionAdoption of Thermoset Composites by the Automotive IndustryLow-Mass ‘Nanoclay Optimized’ SMCPowder Primed Class A Surface SMCThermoplastic Composites in AutomotiveHorizontal Body Panel Thermoplastic CompositesLightweight Glass-Free ‘GMT’Development of Self-Reinforced Polypropylene‘PURE’ Self Reinforced Thermoplastic MFT CompositeSelf Reinforcing ‘Curv’ HomopolypropyleneComposite FibersBasalt Fiber Competes with Glass in Automotive CompositesAutomotive Relies on Long Fiber Reinforced Thermoplastics (LFRTs)Natural Fibers in Reinforced Automotive CompositesShape Memory PolymersShape Memory Polymers to Enable New GM Vehicle FeaturesNovel Triple Shape Polymers in DevelopmentGreen Automotive Plastic MaterialsGE Plastics' PBT-Based Polymers from Postconsumer Plastic BottlesDuPont Renewably Sourced High Performance ThermoplasticsAutomotive Plastics RecycleCooperative Development of ASR RecyclingChemical Recycling ASR Mixed Polyurethane FoamAdvances in Automotive Plastics (Technical Insights), Advances in Automotive Plastics Technology and Market Assessment (North America; Europe; and Asia)Advances in Automotive PlasticsAcademic Research Advances in Automotive PlasticsAutomotive Plastics Business DynamicsUK Consortium RECYCLEDaimlerChrysler’s ‘Global Sustainability Network’ Abaca Fibers ProjectAutomotive Industry Cooperative Business ArrangementsAdvanced Automotive Plastics Materials StrategiesAzdel’s Thermoplastic Body Panel Composite Product Development ThrustAOC’s Expanding Class A Surface Technology Strategy for Medium/Heavy DutyTrucksSudaglass’ High Tech Natural Fiber Composite Strategic ApproachAdvanced Automotive Plastics Applications StrategiesGE Plastics’ Strategic Partnership Approach in Automotive MaterialsDaimlerChrysler’s High-End Sustainable Applications Development StrategyDelphi’s Space Efficient Environmentally Friendly Cable Development ThrustAdvances in Automotive Plastics (Technical Insights), Advances in Automotive Plastics Critical Reference TablesKey Patent Lists and Industrial Company Sourceguide Key Patents ListsIndustrial Company Sourceguide (North America; Europe; Asia)Appendices CAFE Reform Light Truck Fuel EconomyPedestrian Safety LegislationEuropean Union End-of Life-Vehicle (ELV) LegislationJapan’s Automobile Recycling LawNorth AmericaAdvances in Automotive Plastics Glossary and Additional Plastics ResourcesAdvances in Automotive Plastics GlossaryAdditional Plastics ResourcesAdvances in Automotive Plastics (Technical Insights), Decision Support DatabaseDatabase TablesCar Production--World (2002 to 2012)LCV Production--World (2002 to 2012)Bus Production--World (2002 to 2012)Heavy Truck Production--World (2002 to 2012)Total Vehicle Production--World (2002 to 2012)




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