Advanced Structural Carbon Products: Fibers, Foams & CompositesPublished:September2011No.Of Pages:239Price:US $ 4850Report Summary* Coverage of the technological, economic, and business conditions in thestructural carbons industry* Analyses of market trends, with data from 2010, estimates for 2011, andprojections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2016* Explanations of the types of materials in the industry, including carbonfibers, carbon foams, monolithic structural graphite, and carbon-reinforcedcarbon composites* A focus on the U.S. market, but analysis and forecasts also are providedfor global markets* Discussion of international aspects of the industry with respect to all thegeographic regions and types of material* Comprehensive company profiles of major manufacturers.INTRODUCTIONSTUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVESThe overall goal of this study is to provide a comprehensive understanding ofadvances in structural carbon materials manufacturing, their commercialapplications, and worldwide markets. For the purposes of this report, thesematerials are defined to include all types of carbon fibers, carbon foams,monolithic structural graphite, carbon-reinforced carbon composites, andcertain graphene materials.Specific objectives of the study include describing the major types ofstructural carbon materials, including key physical and chemical properties,raw materials, and manufacturing processes. Commercial applications inwhich these materials are used will be discussed.Present consumption and future demand for these materials will beevaluated for the United States and other major geographical markets.
Trends in technology will be analyzed and forecasted. The impact ofgovernmental regulations will be assessed. The dynamics of the structuralcarbons industry will be outlined along with profiles of key manufacturers.REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDYThis study is an update of an earlier BCC report that was published in 2009.The structural carbon materials industry and markets have continued todevelop in the two and a half years since the previous edition was published.The structural carbon materials industry serves mature markets such asdefense and aerospace, with a wide variety of products satisfying therequirements of well-established applications. However, continuous technicalinnovations and efforts to make structural carbon technologies available fornew applications (at affordable prices) are leading to the development ofnew markets.Corporations in the structural carbons industry need understand thesignificance of these trends to manage their enterprise and resourceseffectively. Users of structural carbons must also understand the effect ofthese changes in order to select the most cost-effective option among newlyavailable products and technologies prior to committing significant capitalresources.Browse All Chemicals Market Research ReportsINTENDED AUDIENCEOver the next half-decade significant change will take place in globalstructural carbon products and applications. Technological advances inimproving structure-property relationships of advanced carbon materials andbreakthroughs in the manufacturing processes—resulting in lower costs—willlead to novel applications. This study analyzes the driving forces that willshape the structural carbons industry over next few years.Consequently, the information presented in this study should be useful to:Members of the financial community who must understand, assess, and ratethe effect of forthcoming changes in the structural carbons industry basedupon the financial performance of the companies active in this marketsegment Chief executive officers who must effectively manage the assets oftheir company so as to benefit from forthcoming changes in the structuralcarbons industry Directors of planning who must incorporate anticipated
changes in the structural carbons industry into corporate planningdocuments Directors of manufacturing who must implement new structuralcarbons technology and products into their operations Directors ofengineering, research, and development who must incorporate the latest instructural carbons technology and products into their designs and projectsDecision makers at major structural carbons consumers, such as theDepartment of Defense contractors involved in aerospace and aircraftmanufacturing Executives at companies engaged in developing competitivematerials and technologies such as other reinforcement fibers like Kevlar orcomposites manufactured with other matrix materials such as ceramics ormetal.SCOPE OF REPORTThe report Advanced Structural Carbon Products: Fibers, Foams &Composites covers technological, economic, and business conditions in thestructural carbons industry. Although this report is primarily a study of theU.S. market, analysis and forecasts are also provided for global markets.Included in this report are descriptions of market forces relevant to thestructural carbons industry and their areas of application.The U.S. market is presented by type of structural carbons along withgrowth forecasts through 2016. The driving forces in the industry and thestructure of the industry are also examined.International aspects of the structural carbons industry are discussed withrespect to all the geographic regions and type of structural carbon material.Lastly, brief profiles of the major manufacturers are presented.METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCESThe report’s findings and conclusions are based on information gatheredfrom a wide range of primary and secondary sources, including vendors,users, and engineering and consulting firms. Interview data were combinedwith information gathered through an extensive review of secondary sourcessuch as trade publications, trade associations, company literature, andonline databases to produce the projections contained in this report.The base year for analysis and projection is 2010. With 2010 as a baseline,market projections were developed for 2011 to 2016. These projections arebased on a combination of a consensus among industry sources, combinedwith BCC’s understanding of the key market drivers and their impact from ahistorical and analytical perspective.
ANALYSTS CREDENTIALSThis report is an update of an earlier report prepared by Dr. RavindraDeshpande. Dr. Deshpande has over 13 years of research and productdevelopment experience in the manufacturing industry. He holds a Ph.D. inChemical Engineering along with an MBA. Dr. Deshpande has publishedseveral papers in peer-reviewed journals and is lead inventor on severalpatents.The analyst responsible for updating the report is Andrew McWilliams, apartner in the Boston-based international technology and marketingconsulting firm, 43rd Parallel, LLC. Mr. McWilliams is the author of numerousother BCC studies of advanced materials and their applications, includingMaterials and Devices for High-Performance Sports Products (AVM053A);Advanced Materials and Technologies for Public Works InfrastructureProjects (AVM062A); Nanocomposites, Nanoparticles, Nanoclays, andNanotubes (NAN021D); Lightweight Materials in Transportation(AVM056B);Advanced Materials and Devices for Renewable Energy (EGY053B); TheMarket for Thermal Management Technologies (SMC024G); and Graphene:Technologies, Applications, and Markets (AVM075A).Table Of ContentsCHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTIONSTUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVESREASONS FOR DOING THE STUDYINTENDED AUDIENCESCOPE OF REPORTMETHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCESANALYST’S CREDENTIALSRELATED BCC REPORTSBCC ONLINE SERVICESDISCLAIMERCHAPTER TWO: SUMMARYSUMMARY TABLE U.S. MARKET FOR STRUCTURAL CARBON MATERIALS BYUSER SEGMENT, THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS)SUMMARY FIGURE U.S. MARKET FOR STRUCTURAL CARBON MATERIALS BYUSER SEGMENT, 2010-2016 ($ MILLIONS)CHAPTER THREE: INDUSTRY AND MARKETS OVERVIEWUNITED STATES MARKETFIGURE 1 UNITED STATES MARKET FOR ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CARBONS
BY TYPE, 2010 (TOTAL = $1.96 BILLION)FIGURE 2 PROJECTED GROWTH RATE IN U.S. STRUCTURAL CARBONSMARKET, 2011-2016 (CAGR%)GLOBAL MARKETSFIGURE 3 GLOBAL ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CARBONS MARKET BY TYPE,2010 (TOTAL = $4.9 BILLION) (%)FIGURE 4 GLOBAL STRUCTURAL CARBONS CONSUMPTION BY WORLDREGION, 2010 (%)RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY TRENDSINDUSTRY STRUCTURECHAPTER FOUR: TECHNICAL OVERVIEWINTRODUCTION TO ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CARBON PRODUCTSIMPORTANCE OF MECHANICAL PROPERTIESCARBON FIBERSRAW MATERIALS FOR CARBON FIBERSTypes of Raw MaterialsRayonPANPitchRaw Material and Fiber Properties RelationshipTABLE 1 DEPENDENCE OF CARBON FIBER PROPERTIES ON RAW MATERIALSPAN-Based FibersPitch-Based FibersRayon-Based FibersMANUFACTURING PROCESSPAN Carbon Fiber ProcessPrecursor PreparationPolymerizationSpinning and StretchingStabilizationCarbonizationSurface TreatmentSizingPitch Carbon Fiber ProcessPrecursor PreparationPitch RefiningIsotropic PitchAnisotropic or Mesophase PitchThermal ModificationsSolvent ModificationChemical ModificationCatalytic Modification
Melt SpinningStabilizationCarbonizationGraphitizationViscose Rayon Carbon Fiber ProcessVapor-Grown Carbon FibersCHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL PROPERTIESStructural Property Relationship for Carbon FibersDensityModulusImpact of Fiber DiameterElectrical and Thermal ConductivityThermal StabilityTABLE 2 STRUCTURAL PROPERTY RELATIONSHIPS FOR CARBON FIBERSDERIVED FROM VARIOUS PRECURSORSCARBON FIBER PRODUCT FORMSCarbon Fiber Product GradesPAN-Derived FibersPitch-Derived FibersTowCarbon Fiber ClothPrepregRECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGIESMicrowave-Assisted Plasma (MAP) ProcessLow Cost Carbon Fiber from Renewable ResourcesLow Cost Carbon Fiber from PolyolefinUltraviolet (UV) Stabilization of PAN-based CarbonFibersRapid Oxidation StepSurface Modification of Carbon FibersCarbon Nanotube Reinforcement of Carbon FibersContinuous Carbon Fiber Produced from CarbonNanotubesCarbon NanofibersActivated Carbon FibersMANUFACTURERS OF PAN-BASED FIBERSSmall-Tow ManufacturersCytec’s Carbon Fiber ProductionHexcel’s Carbon Fiber ProductionOther ManufacturersLarge-Tow Carbon Fiber ManufacturersZoltek Companies, Inc.Toho Tenax America
SGL Carbon Fibers and CompositesMANUFACTURERS OF PITCH-BASED CARBON FIBERSCARBON FIBER COMPOSITESCarbon-Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Composites (CFRP)Manufacturing ProcessesMolding ProcessesRoving ProcessesMechanical PropertiesTABLE 3 TYPICAL MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CARBON-FIBERREINFORCEDPOLYMER COMPOSITESCarbon-Fiber-Reinforced Metal Composites (CFRM)Manufacturing ProcessesMechanical PropertiesTABLE 4 TYPICAL MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CARBON-FIBERREINFORCEDMETAL COMPOSITESCARBON FOAMS RAW MATERIALSTABLE 5 PROPERTIES OF PITCH RAW MATERIALS USED FOR CARBON FOAMMANUFACTURING (°C /%)MANUFACTURING PROCESSFlash ProcessBlowing GasesSol-Gel ProcessCHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL PROPERTIESTABLE 6 PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF PITCH-DERIVED CARBON FOAMSRECENT TRENDS IN CARBON FOAM TECHNOLOGYUniform-Density-Gradient Carbon FoamsReinforced Carbon FoamsHigh-Thermal-Conductivity Carbon FoamsMagnetic Carbon NanofoamsLow-Cost Carbon FoamsMANUFACTURERS OF CARBON FOAMSHoneywellPOCO GraphiteTouchstone Research LaboratoryUniversity of Dayton and Wright U.S. Air ForceLaboratory AllianceSTRUCTURAL GRAPHITETYPES AND MANUFACTURING OF GRAPHITE MATERIALSNatural GraphiteSynthetic GraphiteFIGURE 5 SCHEMATIC OF MANUFACTURING PROCESS FOR SYNTHETICGRAPHITE
PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIESCrystalline StructureFIGURE 6 CRYSTALLINE STRUCTURE OF GRAPHITELubricationThermal PropertiesOxidation ResistanceChemical ResistanceMechanical PropertiesTABLE 7 PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF GRAPHITE MATERIALSEMERGING TECHNOLOGIESPorous GraphiteHigh-Temperature Graphite ProcessExpandable GraphiteCARBON-CARBON STRUCTURAL COMPOSITESTYPES OF STRUCTURAL COMPOSITE MATERIALSTypes of Structural Composite … (Continued)CARBON-REINFORCED CARBON MATRIX COMPOSITESTABLE 8 ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF CARBONCARBONCOMPOSITESDIFFERENCES BETWEEN GRAPHITE AND CARBONCARBON COMPOSITESTABLE 9 COMPARISON OF PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF GRAPHITE ANDCARBON-CARBON COMPOSITESCHEMICAL AND PHYSICAL PROPERTIESREINFORCEMENT ARCHITECTUREOne-Dimensional ArchitectureTwo-Dimensional ArchitectureThree-Dimensional ArchitectureMultidimensional ArchitectureFoam ReinforcementMANUFACTURING PROCESSESInfiltration of Matrix PhaseRaw Materials for Matrix PhaseChemical Vapor Infiltration ProcessTemperature Gradient ProcessIsothermal ProcessPressure Gradient ProcessLiquid Pitch Infiltration ProcessRaw MaterialsManufacturing ProcessLow-Pressure ProcessHigh-Pressure ProcessThermosetting Resins as Matrix PrecursorsFIGURE 7 REPRESENTATION OF CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITE
MANUFACTURING PROCESSSTRUCTURE AND PROPERTY RELATIONSHIPSMicrostructural FeaturesTABLE 10 COMPARISON OF CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITES PROPERTIESMANUFACTURED BY VARIOUS PROCESSING ROUTESMechanical PropertiesYoung’s ModulusStrengthFatigue and CreepEffect of Temperature on Mechanical PropertiesEffect of Oxidation on Mechanical PropertiesThermal PropertiesFriction and Wear PropertiesOXIDATION PROTECTION FOR CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITESTECHNOLOGY TRENDSOxidation Inhibition of Carbon-Carbon CompositesRapid-Oxidative-Stabilization CompositesHigh-Purity Carbon-Carbon CompositesHigh-Density Carbon-Carbon CompositesElimination of Need for Oxidative Stabilization of CarbonCompositesHigh Thermal Conductivity Carbon-Carbon CompositesSequential Deposit of Carbon Matrix and In SituPolymerizationRapid Processing of Carbon-Carbon CompositesProtective CoatingsDetecting Flaws in the Carbon CompositesCarbon-Carbon Composites from Densified Carbon FoamLow-Temperature Densification Using Sugar PyrolysisThick Three Dimensional Preforms for Carbon-CarbonCompositesHigh-Strength Composites Developed by NASA and JPLCarbon-Carbon Frictional Composites for Elevator BrakesJoining Carbon-Carbon CompositesNanotubes in Carbon-Carbon CompositesGRAPHENEPROPERTIESRAW MATERIALS AND PRODUCTION PROCESSESEstablished Technologies“Scotch Tape” MethodEpitaxial MethodGraphite Oxide Reduction MethodExperimental Approaches
Metal-Carbon Melt MethodPyrolysis of Sodium Ethoxide MethodProduction of Graphene from Carbon NanotubesProduction of Graphene from Table SugarDissolving Graphite in Chlorosulphonic Acid“Molecular Wedge” MethodRadio Frequency Catalytic Chemical VaporDepositionCOMPANIES DEVELOPING GRAPHENE STRUCTURAL MATERIALSGeneral MotorsGraftechGrapheneaCHAPTER FIVE: COMMERCIAL APPLICATIONSCARBON FIBER APPLICATIONSTABLE 11 PROPERTIES AND APPLICATIONS OF CARBON FIBERSAEROSPACE AND DEFENSE INDUSTRYSpace VehiclesUnmanned SpacecraftManned SpacecraftLaunch VehiclesTotal U.S. Space MarketTABLE 12 U.S. SPACE VEHICLE MARKET, THROUGH 2016 ($ BILLIONS)Defense MarketDefense AviationTABLE 13 SALES OF U.S. MILITARY AIRCRAFT, THROUGH 2016 ($BILLIONS)MissilesTABLE 14 U.S. MISSILE SHIPMENTS, THROUGH 2016 ($ BILLIONS)Commercial AviationLarge AircraftTABLE 15 DELIVERIES OF LARGE U.S.-MADE COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT BYTYPE, THROUGH 2016 (UNITS)Carbon Fiber ConsumptionTABLE 16 CONSUMPTION OF CARBON-FIBER-REINFORCED COMPOSITES INU.S.-MADE BOEING COMMERCIAL AIRLINERS GROUND TRANSPORTTrains and LocomotivesMotor VehiclesINDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONSWIND ENERGYTABLE 17 TRENDS IN U.S. WIND POWER CAPACITY, THROUGH 2016 (MW)TABLE 18 U.S. MARKET FOR WIND TURBINE ROTOR BLADES, THROUGH2016 ($ MILLIONS)
SPORTING GOODSGolf ClubsTABLE 19 U.S. MARKET FOR CARBON FIBER COMPOSITE GOLF CLUBS,THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS)BicyclesRecreational BoatingSport FishingTABLE 20 U.S. SHIPMENTS OF CARBON FIBER FISHING RODS, THROUGH-2016 ($ MILLIONS)Other ApplicationsINFRASTRUCTURENew Bridge ConstructionBridge RepairsColumn RepairsSeismic RetrofitHigh-Strength Building ConstructionEngineered Wood ProductsTension Leg Platform Tethers from Carbon CompositesSmarter and Stronger ConcreteNew Manufacturing Process for Reinforced ConcreteTHERMAL MANAGEMENTConductive PlasticsCarbon NanotubesOTHER APPLICATIONSBiocompatibility ApplicationsElectrochemical ApplicationsStatic Dissipation ApplicationsLightweight Telescope MirrorsHollow Carbon Fibers in Molecular Sieve ApplicationsEmerging Energy SystemsTurtle Airship Uses Carbon CompositesCARBON FIBERS MARKET GROWTHTABLE 21 U.S. CONSUMPTION OF CARBON FIBERS, THROUGH 2016(THOUSAND LBS.)FIGURE 8 U.S. CARBON FIBER CONSUMPTION BY INDUSTRY SEGMENT,2010 VS. 2016 (%)TABLE 22 U.S. MARKET FOR CARBON FIBERS, THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS)FIGURE 9 U.S. CARBON FIBER MARKET BY INDUSTRY, 2010 VS. 2016 (% OFTOTAL MARKET VALUE)CARBON FOAM APPLICATIONSAEROSPACE AND DEFENSERadiatorsFire Barrier Applications
BrakesGROUND TRANSPORTATIONAutomotive RadiatorsShock Absorbers and BumpersOther Automotive ApplicationsINDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONSSandwich PanelsElectronic Heat SinksPhase-Change MaterialsENERGYBatteriesFuel CellsRadiatorsHumidifiersBipolar PlatesSupercapacitorsNuclear Reactor CoresGas StorageOTHER APPLICATIONSAir Filtration DevicesPersonal Cooling DevicesHealth Care ApplicationsAcoustic Absorber MaterialsCARBON FOAM MARKET GROWTHTABLE 23 U.S. CONSUMPTION OF CARBON FOAM, THROUGH 2016(THOUSAND LBS.)FIGURE 10 U.S. CONSUMPTION OF CARBON FOAM BY INDUSTRY SECTOR,2010 VS. 2016 (% TOTAL CONSUMPTION)TABLE 24 U.S. CARBON FOAM MARKET GROWTH BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH2016 ($ MILLIONS)STRUCTURAL GRAPHITE APPLICATONSAEROSPACE AND DEFENSEGROUND TRANSPORTATIONINDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONSChemical Industry ApplicationsMechanical ApplicationsBearings and BrushesTABLE 25 TYPICAL APPLICATIONS FOR GRAPHITE BEARINGSSealsFriction MaterialsMetallurgyGlasswareRefractory Applications
ENERGYFuel CellsNuclear Industry ApplicationsHydrogen StorageSTRUCTURAL GRAPHITE MARKET GROWTHTABLE 26 U.S. CONSUMPTION OF STRUCTURAL GRAPHITE BY INDUSTRY,THROUGH 2016 (THOUSAND LBS.)FIGURE 11 U.S. CONSUMPTION OF STRUCTURAL GRAPHITE BY INDUSTRYSEGMENT, 2010 VS. 2016 (% OF TOTAL LBS. CONSUMED)TABLE 27 U.S. MARKET FOR STRUCTURAL GRAPHITE BY INDUSTRYSEGMENT, THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS)CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITES APPLICATIONSAEROSPACESpace Vehicle Thermal Protection SystemsSpace Vehicle Thermal … (Continued)Aircraft Engine ComponentsAircraft BrakesOther Aerospace ApplicationsGROUND TRANSPORTATIONINDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONSRefractory StructuresGlass IndustryCorrosion-Resistant StructuresThermal-Management SolutionsENERGYOTHER APPLICATIONSBiocompatible StructuresCARBON-CARBON COMPOSITES MARKET GROWTHTABLE 28 U.S. CONSUMPTION OF CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITES BYINDUSTRY, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSAND LBS.)FIGURE 12 U.S. CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITES CONSUMPTION BYINDUSTRY TYPE, 2010 VS. 2016 (%)TABLE 29 U.S. MARKET FOR CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITES BY INDUSTRY,THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS)STRUCTURAL GRAPHENE APPLICATIONSINDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONSThermal Management SolutionsENERGYHydrogen StorageOxidized Graphene SheetsOther DevelopmentsMARKET GROWTHTABLE 30 U.S. CONSUMPTION OF STRUCTURAL GRAPHENE BY INDUSTRY,
THROUGH 2016 (THOUSAND LBS.)MARKETS FOR ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CARBONSTABLE 31 U.S. CONSUMPTION OF STRUCTURAL CARBONS BY TYPE OFMATERIAL, THROUGH 2016 (THOUSAND LBS.)FIGURE 13 STRUCTURAL CARBON PRODUCT SHARES OF TOTALU.S. STRUCTURAL CARBON CONSUMPTION, 2010 VS. 2016 (%)TABLE 32 U.S. MARKET FOR STRUCTURAL CARBON MATERIALS BY TYPE OFMATERIAL, THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS)FIGURE 14 STRUCTURAL CARBON PRODUCT SHARES OF TOTAL U.S.STRUCTURAL CARBON CONSUMPTION, 2010 VS. 2016 (%)CHAPTER SIX: INDUSTRY STRUCTURE AND MARKET DRIVERSMARKETS FOR STRUCTURAL CARBON MATERIALSMANUFACTURERS OF STRUCTURAL CARBONSCarbon FibersFIGURE 15 LEADING U.S. CARBON FIBER SUPPLIERS’ SHARE OF TOTAL U.S.CONSUMPTION, 2010 (%)Carbon FoamsFIGURE 16 LEADING U.S. CARBON FOAM SUPPLIERS’ SHARE OF TOTAL U.S.CONSUMPTION, 2010 (%)Structural GraphiteFIGURE 17 LEADING U.S. STRUCTURAL GRAPHITE SUPPLIERS’ SHARE OFTOTAL U.S. CONSUMPTION, 2010 (%)Carbon-Carbon CompositesFIGURE 18 LEADING U.S. CARBON-CARBON COMPOSITE SUPPLIERS’ SHAREOF TOTAL U.S. CONSUMPTION, 2010 (%)SWOT ANALYSIS OF STRUCTURAL CARBONS INDUSTRYStrengthsWeaknessesOpportunitiesThreatsMARKET DRIVERSECONOMIC FACTORSLEGAL AND REGULATORY FACTORSPrice-Fixing in the Carbon Fibers and CompositesIndustryPrice-Fixing in the Graphite IndustryINDUSTRY FACTORSCapacity TrendsPrice TrendsNew Technologies and New Entrants to the BusinessInfluence and LeverageBuyers’ Influence and Leverage
Suppliers’ Influence and LeverageSubstitute ProductsCOMPETITIVE STRATEGIES IN THE STRUCTURAL CARBONS INDUSTRYNEW BUSINESS DEVELOPMENTCOMPETITIVE PRICINGVERTICAL INTEGRATIONGLOBAL STRATEGIC ALLIANCESSGL - BMW Joint VentureSGL-Mitsubishi Joint VentureMitsubishi Rayon’s Expansion Plans and Alliance withSGLZoltek-DeWind Supply AgreementZoltek and ChomaratGrafTech and Ballard Power SystemsZoltek and Leggett & PrattHexcel and Airbus IndustriesHexcel and BoeingCHAPTER SEVEN: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND TECHNOLOGYTRENDS ANALYSISINTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ANALYSISTABLE 33 PATENTS ISSUED TO LEADING MANUFACTURES IN STRUCTURALCARBON MATERIALS TECHNOLOGY, 1996-2010TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT TRENDSCHAPTER EIGHT: INTERNATIONAL ASPECTS OF STRUCTURALCARBONS BUSINESSTABLE 34 GLOBAL MARKET FOR STRUCTURAL CARBON BY TYPE OFMATERIAL, 2010 ($ MILLIONS)FIGURE 19 COMPARISON OF ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CARBONSCONSUMPTION IN WORLD REGIONS BY TYPE OF MATERIAL, 2010 (%)TABLE 35 GLOBAL STRUCTURAL CARBONS MARKET GROWTH BY REGION,THROUGH 2016 ($ MILLIONS)CHAPTER NINE: PROFILE OF MANUFACTURERSU.S. MANUFACTURERSAAR COMPOSITESADVANCED CARBON TECHNOLOGIES, INC.ADVANCED COMPOSITES, INC.AEROSPACE COMPOSITE PRODUCTS CO.ALBANY ENGINEERED COMPOSITESAPPLIED SCIENCES, INC.ASBURY CARBONS
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