Application Assessment of Carbon Fibers (TechVision)

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The carbon fibers market is expected to grow significantly in the next 5 to 7 years primarily driven by the automotive sector due to regulatory pressure to improve fuel efficiency and reduce the weight of the vehicles. Presently, they are primarily used in the aerospace industry and in high-end cars manufactured by companies such as BMW and Lamborghini. However, high cost of carbon fibers hinders its wide scale adoption in high-volume applications. Therefore, key research focus is on the development of low-cost carbon fibers and low cost precursors, which can boost adoption not only in the automotive sector, but also in other high-volume industries such as rail, trucks, consumer durables, and even medical devices.
This research service titled, “Application Assessment of Carbon Fibers (TechVision)”, provides an overview of carbon fibers, its manufacturing process, the key technology and market drivers and challenges, and different application industries for carbon fibers. It also provides a detailed value chain analysis and and regional trends in North America, Europe, and Asia-Pacific along with key innovations across industries.
The research service also includes a detailed analysis of low-cost fibers, typical price ranges of carbon fibers, and the manufacturing methods of low-cost carbon fibers along with a technology development and adoption roadmap across industries.

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 Research Process and Methodology1.3.1 Key Findings: Automotive is Expected to Drive Carbon Fibers Market in the Next Three Years1.3.2 Key Findings: Low-cost Carbon Fibers Emerge as a Key Research Focus Area2.0 Carbon Fibers – A Snapshot2.1 Technology Snapshot: Carbon Fibers Known for Lightweighting Characteristics with High Strength and Stiffness Properties2.2 Technology Snapshot: Carbon Fibers Are Conventionally Manufactured Using a Three-step Process2.3 Key Drivers and Restraints: Regulations Act as a Key Driver While High Cost of Carbon Fibers is a Major Challenge for Large Scale Adoption2.4 Industry Value Chain: Supply Chain Integration is Quite High in the Last Three Years2.5.1 Key Stakeholders: Carbon Fiber Industry is Dominated by a Few Major Participants Who Hold around 85–90% of the Total Market Share2.5.2 Key Stakeholders: Tier 1 Carbon Fiber Producers Have a Global Focus2.6 Key Emerging Stakeholders: Most of the Emerging Companies Have a Regional Focus3.0 Application Landscape of Carbon Fibers3.1 Application Landscape: Carbon Fibers Have Adoption Potential in a Wide Array of Industries3.2 Aerospace & Defense: Largest Application Sector with Regards to Carbon Fibers Consumption3.3 Need for High-strength, Lightweight Materials Drive Adoption in Automotive Sector3.4 Carbon Finds Increasing Use in Offshore Wind Energy3.5 Carbon Fibers Expected to Have Immense Potential in Infrastructure Applications in Mid Term3.6 Carbon Fiber Composite-based Pressure Vessels Have Significant Advantage over Metal Ones3.7 Carbon Fibers Expected to Find Adoption in Consumer Goods and Healthcare Applications4.0 Industry Overview4.1.1 Regional Trends – North America is the Biggest Market for Carbon Fibers4.1.2 Regional Trends – Key Research Focus Areas Are Recycling of Carbon Fibers and Developing Alternative Precursors4.1.3 Regional Trends – Focus in Asia-Pacific towards Manufacturing High Performance Fibers4.2 IP Landscape Analysis: The US Patent Office Has the Highest Number of Patent Filings4.3 Market Potential: Development of Low Cost Precursors is Expected to Boost Market Revenues in Next Three Years4.4 Partnerships and Joint Ventures Are Prominent in the Carbon Fiber Industry5.0 Innovation Ecosystem5.1 Key Disruptive Innovations – North America5.2 Key Disruptive Innovations – Europe5.3 Key Disruptive Innovations – Asia-Pacific6.0 Hybrid Glass Carbon Fibers – An Overview6.1 Hybrid Carbon Fibers Are Considered as Cost Effective Alternative for Carbon Fibers6.2 Key Stakeholders: Acrylic Fiber Manufacturers Are Trying to Enter the Carbon Fiber Space6.3 Key Innovations Are Focused on Developing Different Properties in Hybrid Composites for Various Applications7.0 Low-cost Carbon Fibers – A Snapshot7.1 More Than 50% of the Total Cost of Carbon Fiber Production is Attributed to the Cost of the Precursor7.2 Stakeholders Utilize Varied Approaches to Reduce the Cost of Carbon Fibers8.0 Carbon Fibers – Future Outlook8.1 Research on Alternative Precursors and Recycling of Carbon Fibers Expected to Gain Momentum9.0 Key Patents9.1 Key Patents – North America9.2 Key Patents – North America and Europe9.3 Key Patents – Europe9.4 Key Patents – Asia-Pacific10.0 Key Contacts10.1 Key Contacts Legal Disclaimer11.0 The Frost & Sullivan Story11.1 The Frost & Sullivan Story11.2 Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career11.3 Global Perspective11.4 Industry Convergence11.5 360º Research Perspective11.6 Implementation Excellence11.7 Our Blue Ocean Strategy




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