Thermally Conductive Polymers--An Assessment of Technology Trends (Technical Insights)

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This research service profiles important emerging developments and trends related to thermally conductive polymers for thermal management applications across different sectors including electronics, appliances, food, medical and so on.

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Thermally Conductive Polymers--An Assessment of Technology Trends (Technical Insights), Executive summaryScope and MethodologyScopeMethodologyOverview and Study HighlightsOverviewStudy HighlightsThermally Conductive Polymers--An Assessment of Technology Trends (Technical Insights), Technology PrimerIntroduction to TCPWhat are TCPs?Significance of TCP MaterialsDifferent TCP MaterialsPolypropyleneAcrylonitrile Butadiene StyrenePolycarbonateNylonLiquid Crystalline PolymersPolyphenylene SulfidePolyetheretherketoneThermally Conductive Polymers--An Assessment of Technology Trends (Technical Insights), Classification and Applications of Thermally Conductive Polymer CompoundsThermally Conductive Polymer Compounds VariantsThermal Conductive GreasesThermal Conductive AdhesivesThermally Conductive TapesThermal Conductive CoatingsThermally Conductive EncapsulantsApplicationsElectronics and Lighting SectorsAppliancesFibers and FabricsMedicalFood Contact Material and ProcessingThermally Conductive Polymers--An Assessment of Technology Trends (Technical Insights), Key Innovations/BreakthroughsKey Innovations/Breakthroughs in the North American RegionImproved Dispersion of Aluminum Nitride Particles in Epoxy Resin by Adsorption of Two-Layer SurfactantsAdvanced Thermal Interface MaterialsA New Line of Thermally Conductive Compounds for Thermal Management SystemsEffect of Single-Walled Carbon Nanotube Purity on the Performance of Nanotube-Based Composites for Thermal ManagementModification of Polymers to Provide Thermal Solutions in Heat Generating ApplicationsHigh-Thermal Conductivity in Organic AdhesivesLiquid Crystalline Polymer for Preparation and Storage of FoodstuffOther Key DevelopmentsKey Innovations/Breakthroughs in the European RegionThermally Conductive Interface Materials–Achieving Optimal Thermal DischargeThermally Conductive Adhesives for Microelectronics--Barriers of Heat TransportTemperature Dependent Thermal Conductivity of Carbon Nanotube/Epoxy CompositesReduction of Energy Consumption by Using High-Performance Thermoplastics in Light Emitting DevicesKey Innovations/Breakthroughs in the Asia Pacific RegionNovel Heat-Conductive Composite Silicone Rubber and its PropertiesThermal Characterization of Thermally Conductive Underfill for a Flip-Chip Package Using Novel Temperature Sensing TechniqueThermally Conductive Silicone Rubber Sheet with Super-Low HardnessThermally Conductive Polymers--An Assessment of Technology Trends (Technical Insights), Technology Adoption Factor AnalysisTechnology Drivers Advanced Properties of Thermally Conductive PolymersMetal or Ceramic Filler Content Makes Polymers BetterEasy Processibility of Custom-Made ProductsHeat Sink Technology and Packaging of Microprocessor ComponentsEnergy LossesThermal Modeling and PrototypingLow-CTE Mismatch in IC PackagesIndustry ChallengesElevated Temperature--A Concern for Passive Component ManufacturersSilicone-Based Materials TechnologyLack of New MaterialsCost Considerations in Manufacturing ProcessTrendsCurrent TrendsFuture TrendsApplication Trend AnalysisIntroductionElectronics SectorAutomotive SectorAerospace SectorThermally Conductive Polymers--An Assessment of Technology Trends (Technical Insights), Key Patents and ContactsRecent PatentsUS PatentsOther PatentsContactsCorporatesUniversitiesThermally Conductive Polymers--An Assessment of Technology Trends (Technical Insights), Decision Support DatabaseCritical Reference TablesPrinted Circuit Board (PCB) Sales--World (2002 to 2012)Office Equipment Contribution to Electronic Industry (2002 to 2012)Semiconductor Market and Semiconductor Equipment Market (2002 to 2012)

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