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NEW YORK, April 23, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:
Technical and Advanced Structural Ceramics: North American Markets
The North American technical and advanced structural ceramics market reached nearly $3.6 billion in 2012. This market is expected to grow to nearly $3.7 billion in 2013 and $4.8 billion in 2018 with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.4% over the five-year period 2013 to 2018.
This report provides:
An overview of the market for technical and advanced structural ceramics in North America.
Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2012, estimates for 2013, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2018.
Analysis of ceramic material properties such as wear resistance, corrosion resistance, high temperature resistance, and light weight or low density composition
Information pertaining to end-use applications of advanced ceramic materials such as power generation, aerospace, transportation, and military applications.
Comprehensive profiles of leading generics companies, and updates on mergers and acquisitions.
This market research report is an update of a 2012 BCC Research report that analyzes the market, materials and recent developments in advanced structural ceramics. The report includes an overview of advanced ceramic materials and discusses production technologies, new applications and competitive issues. The various businesses entering the field of advanced structural ceramics are presented, and the barriers to entry are discussed. Market projections are given for the next five years. Advanced structural ceramics have the potential to resolve many material-based challenges in process industry, power generation, aerospace, transportation and military applications. Their wear resistance, corrosion resistance, high temperature resistance and light weight represent a superior combination of qualities. These materials may help to decrease energy consumption and minimize pollution. Breakthroughs in advanced ceramics technology are having a vast impact on global business and society.
Entities that may be interested in this report include:
Developers, manufacturers and suppliers of advanced ceramic materials.
Manufacturers, suppliers and users of advanced ceramic raw materials.
Manufacturers, suppliers and users of advanced ceramic powders.
Developers and manufacturers of advanced ceramic components.
Engine component manufacturers.
Cutting tool insert manufacturers.
Manufacturers of wear parts and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) suppliers.
Manufacturers and suppliers of dental crowns, ceramic posterior materials and ceramic hip implants.
Manufacturers and suppliers of armor.
Manufacturers and suppliers of ceramic kiln furniture, recuperators and heat exchangers.
Chemical firms interested in diversification or acquisitions.
Venture capitalists, angel investors and financial institutions interested in attractive new investments and acquisitions.
SCOPE OF REPORT
The report analyzes materials used in each structural ceramic application category and their respective properties, processing technologies, properties, prices and U.S. markets. The qualitative and quantitative judgments in this report represent a valuable contribution to the knowledge of advanced structural ceramic materials, components, processing techniques, applications and markets.
INFORMATION SOURCES AND METHODOLOGY
Both primary and secondary research methodologies were used to prepare this study. Findings are based on information derived from interviews with developers, producers and potential producers of advanced structural ceramic materials, components and powders; industry experts; and people who perform research and development (R&D) on monolithic ceramic and ceramic matrix composites. End users were contacted to evaluate the projected demand for technical and advanced structural ceramics.Secondary data were obtained from trade publications, technical journals, government statistics and BCC Research databases. Financial values are presented in constant dollars. Historical financial values are for the years given.
Chapter- 1: INTRODUCTION
SCOPE OF REPORT
INFORMATION SOURCES AND METHODOLOGY
RELATED BCC RESEARCH REPORTS
BCC RESEARCH ONLINE SERVICES
Chapter- 2: SUMMARY 2
NORTH AMERICAN TECHNICAL AND ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CERAMICS MARKET BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2018
Figure Summary : NORTH AMERICAN TECHNICAL AND ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CERAMICS MARKET BY APPLICATION, 2012-2018
Chapter- 3: OVERVIEW 14
MAJOR CERAMIC MATERIALS
ADDITIONAL STRUCTURAL CERAMIC INFORMATION SOURCES
SUMMARY OF 2012 ESTIMATES FOR STRUCTURAL CERAMIC MAJOR COMPOSITIONS
Chapter- 4: CERAMIC TECHNOLOGY 44
PROCESSING ADVANCED CERAMICS
ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CERAMICS
COMPARISON OF STRUCTURAL CERAMIC STRENGTHS
CERAMIC MATRIX COMPOSITES
CONSOLIDATION AND FORMING
Chapter- 5: RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES 16
ULTRA-FINE PARTICLES USING HIGH-PRESSURE MILL
FABRICATION PROCESS CONTROL
ADVANCING STRUCTURAL CERAMIC TECHNOLOGY
Chapter- 6: CUTTING TOOLS AND TOOL INSERTS 11
MATERIALS AND PROPERTIES
Chapter- 7: WEAR-, EROSION- AND CORROSION-RESISTANT CERAMICS 27
MATERIALS AND PROPERTIES
Chapter- 8: BIOCERAMICS 21
MATERIALS AND PROPERTIES
Chapter- 9: ENERGY AND HIGH-TEMPERATURE-RESISTANT PARTS
Chapter- 10: AIRCRAFT AND AEROSPACE CERAMICS
NORTH AMERICAN AIRCRAFT AND AEROSPACE CERAMIC MARKET
Chapter- 11: ADVANCED ARMOR AND MILITARY APPLICATIONS
APPLICATIONS FOR STRUCTURAL CERAMICS IN THE MILITARY
STRUCTURAL CERAMICS USED IN ADVANCED ARMOR AND MILITARY APPLICATIONS MARKET
Chapter- 12: COMPANY PROFILES
ADVANCED COMPOSITE MATERIALS
ASAHI GLASS CO.
BERKELEY ADVANCED BIOMATERIALS
HOOVER PRECISION PRODUCTS
M CUBED TECHNOLOGIES
MOMENTIVE PERFORMANCE MATERIALS INC.
MORGAN TECHNICAL CERAMICS
WRIGHT MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY
List of Tables
NORTH AMERICAN TECHNICAL AND ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CERAMICS MARKET BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2018
Table 1 : ADVANCED AND STRUCTURAL CERAMIC APPLICATIONS OVERVIEW
Table 2 : NORTH AMERICAN ALUMINA-BASED TECHNICAL AND ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CERAMICS MARKET BY APPLICATION, 2012
Table 3 : NORTH AMERICAN ZIRCONIA-BASED TECHNICAL AND ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CERAMICS MARKET BY APPLICATION, 2012
Table 4 : NORTH AMERICAN SILICON CARBIDE TECHNICAL AND ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CERAMICS MARKET BY APPLICATION, 2012
Table 5 : NORTH AMERICAN BORON CARBIDE TECHNICAL AND ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CERAMICS MARKET BY APPLICATION, 2012
Table 6 : NORTH AMERICAN SILICON NITRIDE AND SIALONS TECHNICAL AND ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CERAMICS MARKET BY APPLICATION, 2012
Table 7 : NORTH AMERICAN SILICA-BASED TECHNICAL AND ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CERAMICS MARKET BY APPLICATION, 2012
Table 8 : NORTH AMERICAN TITANIUM DIBORIDE TECHNICAL AND ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CERAMICS MARKET BY APPLICATION, 2012
Table 9 : NORTH AMERICAN GLASS CERAMICS MARKET BY APPLICATION, 2012
Table 10 : NORTH AMERICAN MIXED AND SPECIALTY TECHNICAL AND ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CERAMICS MARKET BY APPLICATION, 2012
Table 11 : NORTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR TECHNICAL AND ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CERAMICS BY MATERIAL, 2012
Table 12 : COMMONLY USED ADVANCED CERAMIC MATERIALS
Table 13 : BASIC PROPERTIES OF COMPOUNDS USED IN STRUCTURAL CERAMICS
Table 14 : COMMERCIAL ALUMINA PROPERTIES
Table 15 : COMMERCIAL ZIRCONIA PROPERTIES
Table 16 : TYPICAL SILICON NITRIDE PROPERTIES
Table 17 : HOT-PRESSED BORON NITRIDE PROPERTIES
Table 18 : AVERAGE CERAMIC STRENGTHS
Table 19 : SELECTED CERAMIC WHISKER PROPERTIES
Table 20 : TYPICAL FIBER PROPERTY RANGES
Table 21 : ALUMINA AND MULLITE MATRIX COMPOSITE APPLICATIONS AND BENEFITS
Table 22 : OXIDE MATRIX COMPOSITE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
Table 23 : SILICON CARBIDE MATRIX CONTINUOUS FIBER-REINFORCED CERAMIC COMPOSITE BENEFITS AND APPLICATIONS
Table 24 : NON-OXIDE MATRIX COMPOSITE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
Table 25 : MOLYBDENUM DISILICIDE COMPOSITE APPLICATIONS
Table 26 : DISCONTINUOUSLY REINFORCED CERAMIC APPLICATIONS BY TYPE
Table 27 : CONTINUOUSLY REINFORCED CERAMIC APPLICATIONS BY TYPE
Table 28 : CRYSTALLINE CERAMIC PROCESS STAGES
Table 29 : POWDER CONSOLIDATION AND SHAPE FORMING TECHNIQUES
Table 30 : LEADING STRUCTURAL CERAMIC CUTTING TOOL MATERIAL PROPERTIES
Table 31 : ALUMINA COMPARISONS
Table 32 : NORTH AMERICAN CERAMIC CUTTING TOOL AND INSERT MANUFACTURERS AND SUPPLIERS
Table 33 : NORTH AMERICAN MARKET SHARE OF LEADING COMPANIES IN CERAMIC CUTTING TOOLS AND INSERTS, 2012
Table 34 : CARBIDE AND CERAMIC TOOL INSERT PRICES, 1987-2013
Table 35 : U.S. CERAMIC CUTTING TOOL AND TOOL INSERT MARKET BY MATERIAL TYPE, THROUGH 2018
Table 36 : CERAMIC CUTTING TOOL AND INSERT MARKET SHARE BY MATERIAL TYPE, 2012
Table 37 : MATERIAL SELECTIONS FOR WEAR-, EROSION- AND CORROSION-RESISTANT APPLICATIONS
Table 38 : MATERIAL SELECTION PROPERTIES FOR WEAR-, EROSION- AND CORROSION-RESISTANT APPLICATIONS
Table 39 : SILICON NITRIDE-BEARING COMPONENT PROPERTIES
Table 40 : COORS HIGH-DENSITY CERAMIC MEDIA PROPERTIES
Table 41 : CANDIDATE STRUCTURAL CERAMIC SEAL PROPERTIES
Table 42 : NORTH AMERICAN PRODUCERS AND SUPPLIERS OF CERAMIC COMPONENTS FOR WEAR-RESISTANT AND INDUSTRIAL-RELATED APPLICATIONS BY MARKET SHARE, 2012
Table 43 : NORTH AMERICAN TECHNICAL AND ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CERAMICS FOR WEAR-, EROSION- AND CORROSION-RESISTANT INDUSTRIAL COMPONENTS MARKET, THROUGH 2018
Table 44 : NORTH AMERICAN TECHNICAL AND ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CERAMIC MATERIALS USED FOR WEAR-, EROSION- AND CORROSION-RESISTANT INDUSTRIAL COMPONENTS MARKET, 2012
Table 45 : NORTH AMERICAN CERAMIC BEARING AND BEARING COMPONENTS MARKET BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018
Table 46 : NORTH AMERICAN CERAMIC GRINDING MEDIA MARKET BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018
Table 47 : NORTH AMERICAN CERAMIC GRINDING MEDIA MARKET SHARES BY MATERIAL TYPE, 2012
Table 48 : NORTH AMERICAN CERAMIC NOZZLE MARKET BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018
Table 49 : NORTH AMERICAN STRUCTURAL CERAMIC NOZZLE MARKET BY MATERIAL TYPE, 2012
Table 50 : NORTH AMERICAN CERAMIC SEALS, VALVES AND RELATED PRODUCT MARKET BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018
Table 51 : NORTH AMERICAN MARKET FOR CERAMIC SEAL, VALVE AND RELATED PRODUCT MARKET BY MATERIAL TYPE, 2012
Table 52 : NORTH AMERICA CERAMIC DIE, GUIDE, PULLEY AND RELATED PRODUCT MARKET, THROUGH 2018
Table 53 : NORTH AMERICAN CERAMIC MATERIALS USED FOR CERAMIC DIES, GUIDES, PULLEYS AND RELATED PRODUCTS MARKET BY MATERIAL TYPE, 2012
Table 54 : BIOACTIVE GLASS AND GLASS CERAMIC APPLICATIONS
Table 55 : U.S. DENTISTS BY SPECIALTY, 2006 AND 2018
Table 56 : U.S. BIOCERAMICS DENTAL MARKET BY TYPE, THROUGH 2018
Table 57 : U.S. BIOCERAMICS MARKET, THROUGH 2018
Table 58 : U.S. BIOCERAMIC MATERIALS MARKET BY APPLICATION, 2012
Table 59 : NORTH AMERICAN COMPANIES SUPPLYING CERAMIC COMPONENTS IN ENERGY AND HIGH-TEMPERATURE APPLICATIONS
Table 60 : LEADING CERAMICS FOR ENERGY AND HIGH-TEMPERATURE-RESISTANT APPLICATIONS SUPPLIERS BY MARKET SHARE, 2012
Table 61 : U.S. TECHNICAL AND ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CERAMIC ENERGY AND HIGH-TEMPERATURE-RESISTANT COMPONENT MARKET BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2018
Table 62 : U.S. TECHNICAL AND ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CERAMIC MATERIALS FOR ENERGY AND HIGH-TEMPERATURE-RESISTANT COMPONENT MARKET BY MATERIAL, 2012
Table 63 : SIGNIFICANT GLASS-CERAMIC MATERIALS
Table 64 : U.S. GLASS CERAMICS USED IN AIRCRAFT AND AEROSPACE APPLICATIONS MARKET, THROUGH 2018
Table 65 : U.S. CERAMIC ARMOR MARKET SHARE BY COMPANY, 2012
Table 66 : U.S. TECHNICAL AND ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CERAMICS FOR ADVANCED ARMOR AND MILITARY APPLICATIONS MARKET, THROUGH 2018
Table 67 : U.S. CERAMIC ARMOR MARKET SHARE BY MATERIAL TYPE, 2012
List of Figures
Figure : NORTH AMERICAN TECHNICAL AND ADVANCED STRUCTURAL CERAMICS MARKET BY APPLICATION, 2012-2018
Figure 1 : SLIP CASTING PROCESS SCHEMATIC
Figure 2 : EXTRUSION PROCESS SCHEMATIC
Figure 3 : INJECTION MOLDING PROCESS SCHEMATIC
Figure 4 : SPECTRA SHIELD COMPOSITE CONSTRUCTION
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