Lightweight Materials--Global Developments and Growth Opportunities (Technical Insights)

 

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Reports on lightweight materials used in key industries

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Lightweight Materials--Global Developments and Growth Opportunities (Technical Insights), Executive SummaryIntroduction and Highlights of This StudyIntroduction to This StudyKey FindingsStudy Scope and MethodologyStudy ScopeMethodologyLightweight Materials--Global Developments and Growth Opportunities (Technical Insights), Technology AnalysisEngineering IssuesFactors for ConsiderationHow Innovation Works in the Industrial Chain Leading to Weight ReductionMaterials for ResearchAluminum and Magnesium AlloysLow-cost Composite MaterialsUltralight Sandwich Structures and Metal-Matrix Composites Lightweight Materials--Global Developments and Growth Opportunities (Technical Insights), Technology Developments and Analysis--AutomobilesDescriptionIntroductionRole of Engineered Plastics in the Automotive IndustryDevelopments in North AmericaIraq Shows Need for Composite Light Metal TrucksStarfire Gets the Go on Brake DevelopmentThe Race To Produce Inexpensive TitaniumAsahi and CSI--Companies Team on Silicon Nitride FiltersCoors--Replacing Metal Armor with CeramicsLow-cost Carbon FiberCeradyne Will Armor Lincoln Town CarDevelopments in EuropeVolvo--Increasing Use of Hemp Biocomposites in the Automotive IndustryPlastics To Build Lighter CarsDevelopments in AsiaAdvanced Lightweight Braking Systems--AustraliaCSIRO--Magnesium Could Be the Preferred Choice for Lightweight Recyclable Cars of the FutureBenefits and ChallengesBenefitsChallengesLightweight Materials--Global Developments and Growth Opportunities (Technical Insights), Technology Developments and Analysis--DefenseDescriptionIntroductionKey Findings/AnalysisDevelopments in North AmericaHarder Than a Speeding BulletNano-Reinforced Armor TestedNano-Fiber Armor Takes Repeated Hits Simula Launches Shaped ArmorMIT Aims To Outfit Combat Troops with Integrated Nanoscience CapabilitiesNorthrop Studies Composite ShipsFoster-Miller Receives 5-year Contract for Composite Components The Silk RoadLightweight Materials--Global Developments and Growth Opportunities (Technical Insights), Technology Developments and Analysis--AerospaceDescriptionIntroductionLightweight Material in SpaceDevelopments in North AmericaBoeing 7e7 Commits to 50% CompositesNovel Ceramics Withstand Ultra-high TemperaturesLighter Lens Harvests Light More Efficiently--Entech Inc.Lightweight Material Developed by NASA to Be Used in Exhaust NozzlesLightweight Materials--Global Developments and Growth Opportunities (Technical Insights), Technology Developments and Analysis--Electronics and ComputersDescriptionNanotubesNanowires and NanolasersApplications and ChallengesDevelopments in North AmericaNanowire Electronics on Glass and PlasticsElectronic Paper Advance--E Ink Corp.Plastic Magnet DevelopedDevelopments in EuropeSpintronics at Room Temperature--SwedenSuperconducting Transformer Advance--NetherlandsLightweight Materials--Global Developments and Growth Opportunities (Technical Insights), Technology Developments and Analysis--Structural EngineeringDescriptionHoneycomb OverviewComposite Power's Composite CablesDevelopments in North AmericaHardcore Completes First Bridge Wind FairingPowertrusion; Composite Pole Maker Finds DistributorCTC; Composite Cable Pultrusion Equipment ReadyComposite Cables Earn RecognitionDevelopments in EuropeUsing New Lightweight and High Resistance Synthetic Fibers To Save Europe's Decaying Buildings--UKWind Turbine Tower Design Based on the Use of Fiber-reinforced Composites--ItalyLightweight Materials--Global Developments and Growth Opportunities (Technical Insights), Analysis of Other SectorsDescriptionOverviewNew Lightweight MaterialDevelopments in North AmericaORNL--Exploring Carbon NanotubesKonarka--Lightweight Suits at WorkplaceLightweight Foampads for HelmetsArgonne--Fuel Cells to Get Low-cost Hydrogen GeneratorStronger Ceramics Provides Thermal BarrierCallaway Drops C4--Launches Fusion DriverSmart Blending Process Enables Better PlasticsDevelopments in EuropeSee-Through Magnets Hang Tough--SpainNovel Composites Make Safer Lamp Posts--UKLightweight Materials--Global Developments and Growth Opportunities (Technical Insights), Contact Details and PatentsCompany List and Contact Details of ResearchersCompany ListingContact DetailsResearch Institutions and UniversitiesResearch InstitutionsUniversitiesPatentsKey Patents--2003Key Patents--2002 and BeforeLightweight Materials--Global Developments and Growth Opportunities (Technical Insights), Frost & Sullivan's Science and Technology 2004 AwardsExcellence in TechnologyAward DescriptionAward RecipientTechnology LeadershipAward DescriptionAward RecipientLightweight Materials--Global Developments and Growth Opportunities (Technical Insights), Decision Support DatabaseVehicles in Operation--Aluminum Consumption--Steel ConsumptionGlobal Analysis of the Number of Vehicles in Operation--Segmented by CountryGlobal Analysis of Aluminum Consumption--Segmented by CountryGlobal Analysis of Steel Consumption--Segmented by CountryAerospace and Defense Decision Support ResearchGlobal Analysis of the Number of Aircraft in Operation--Segmented by CountryGlobal Analysis of Military R&D Expenditure--Segmented by CountryElectronics and Computers Decision Support ResearchAnalysis of Camcorder Unit Shipments in the United StatesAnalysis of Personal Digital Assistant Sales in North AmericaAnalysis of Digital Camera Unit Shipments in North America




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