Innovations in Aerogels - High-Tech Materials TOE

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Aerogels are lightweight materials developed by replacing the liquid component of the gel with gas. Aerogels have extremely high thermal resistance as they have very low thermal conductivity and density. Silica-based aerogels are mostly used. Aerogels are used in a wide range of industries such as building and construction, oil and gas, automotive, and aerospace. The use of aerogels in automotive is expected to increase due to the regulations in the US and Europe to reduce the weight of vehicles. The High-Tech Materials TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) provides intelligence on technologies, products, processes, applications, and strategic insights on various materials across industries. Some material technol

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Innovations in Aerogels - High-Tech Materials TOERecent Innovations in AerogelsSilica-based Insulating Material for Use at Elevated TemperaturesPolyimide-based Aerogel with Superior Compressive and Tensile StrengthCellulose-based Aerogel Made from Paper WasteSustainable Process of Manufacturing AerogelsStrategic InsightsCompetitive Landscape and Patent AnalysisAnalyst’s PerspectivesKey PatentsKey PatentsKey Patents (continued)Industry ContactsIndustry Contacts

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