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自己修復材料市場 2017–2024年

Markets for Self Healing Materials: 2017–2024

 

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n-tech Research (NanoMarkets)
エヌテックリサーチ - ナノマーケッツ
2016年12月US$3,995
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米国調査会社エヌテックリサーチ(n-tech Research)の調査レポート「自己修復材料市場 2017–2024年」は、大きな市場可能性のあるスマートコーティングと材料分野の自己修復に関する市場を調査している。2015年5月に出版した前回の調査レポートの予測を上回り、この市場は大きく成長している。この調査レポートは、エレクトロニクス、建設、自動車エネルギー、医療、軍事、航空宇宙用途の自己修復材料の市場を査定している。

 

Descriptions

This new report from n-tech revisits the market potential for self-healing materials from our last full market report that was issued in May of 2015.   Self-healing is an area of smart coatings and materials with significant market potential.  In our previous analysis we projected a market potential of $2.7 billion ($US) by 2020.  However, in any market with significant upside there are new developments, entrants, approaches and insights.  The analysis within the report accounts for these and more.
 
This report quantifies the markets for self-healing materials in electronics, construction, automotive energy, medical, military and aerospace applications.  The types of materials covered comprise reversible polymers, shape memory materials, vascular systems, capsule-based systems and biologically based materials.  We also take a look at newer types of self-healing materials.  In the analysis we evaluate how individual markets have evolved as well as the progress and suitability of the various technical approaches new and old. 
 
The report provides eight-year revenue forecasts for self-healing materials in all of the applications covered with breakouts for the various types of self-healing materials.  We also discuss the business models currently being employed by the firms focused on opportunities in the self-healing materials space, as well who we think will enter this space in the next few years. 


目次

Executive Summary
 
E.1 Self-healing Materials Market at an Inflection Point:  Core Opportunities for Self-Healing Materials
E.1.1 Ten-Year Forecast of Self-Healing Materials Revenues by End User Type/Application
E.2 Beyond Reversible Polymers:  Emergence of New Types of Self-Healing Mechanisms
E.2.1 The Microencapsulation and Vascular Path to Self-healing
E.2.2 Ten-Year Forecast of Self-Healing Materials Revenues by Healing Mechanism
E.2.3 Self-healing Materials by Geographic Distribution of End User
E.3 Self-healing in Novel Materials
E.3.1 Self-healing Composites:  The Next Big Thing in Self-Healing Materials?
E.3.2 Self-healing Metals and Other Materials
E.4 With a Little Help from Nanotubes and Biomaterials: Opportunities for the Specialty Chem Sector
E.4.1 Biomaterials and Self-healing
E.4.2 A Role for Carbon Nanotubes and Other Nanostructures
E.5 The Dawn of Self-Healing Electronics
 
Chapter One: Introduction
 
1.1 Background to this Report
1.1.1 Better Self-Healing Mechanisms:  Microencapsulation and Vascular Technology
1.1.2 New Classes of Self-Healing Materials:  Concrete, Composites and Metals
1.1.3 Coming Next: Self-healing Electronics
1.1.4 A Bottom Line
1.2 Goals and Scope of this Report
1.3 Methodology and Information Sources
1.4 Plan of this Report
 
Chapter Two: Self-Healing Materials Technologies and Products
 
2.1 Future Developments in Self-Healing Materials
2.2 Broadening the Market with New Self-Healing Mechanisms
2.2.1 Reversible Polymer-based Systems
2.2.2 Better Self-Healing Mechanisms:  Microencapsulation and Vascular Technology
2.2.3 Capsule-based Self-healing Materials Systems:  R&D and Commercialization Trends
2.2.4 Vascular-based Self-healing Materials Systems:  R&D and Commercialization Trends
2.3 Novel Materials Platforms for Self-healing Technology:  A New Opportunity
2.3.1 Self-healing Concrete
2.3.2 Self-healing Composites
2.3.3 Self-healing Metals
2.3.4 Self-healing Fabrics
2.3.5 Self-healing Ceramics
2.3.6 Carbon Nanotubes
2.3.7 Biologically-based Self-healing Materials
2.3.8 Shape Memory Materials for Self-healing Surfaces
2.3.9 Self-healing Materials for Additive Manufacturing
2.4 A Future with Self-healing Electronics
2.4.1 Self-healable Batteries
2.4.2 Self-healable Dielectric Material:  Penn State
2.4.3 Self-healing Sensors
2.4.4 Self-healing Skin for Robotics
2.4.5 Other R&D in Self-healing Electronics
2.5 Key Points from this Chapter
 
Chapter Three:  Consumer Markets for Self-Healing Materials
 
3.1 Opportunity Assessment for Self-Healing Materials in Consumer Markets
3.2 Consumer Electronics:  Self-healing Cell Phones and Beyond
3.2.1 Pace of Market Development:  Still Quite Slow
3.2.2 Self-healing Coatings for Displays
3.2.3 Self-healing Coatings for Covers and Cases
3.2.4 A Note on Wearables
3.3 Furniture and the Future of Self-healing wood:
3.3.1 Current Self-healing Products in the Furniture Market
3.4 Self-healing Metals and Components for Consumer Products
3.4.1 Self-healing Metals
3.4.2 Self-healing Components for Consumer Electronics
3.5 Ten-year Forecasts of Self-Healing Materials used in Consumer Markets
3.5.1 Forecast by Type of Consumer Product and Application Area
3.6 Key Points from this Chapter
 
Chapter Four:  Automotive and Transportation Markets for Self-healing Materials
 
4.1 Assessment of Self-Healing Opportunities in the Automotive and Transportation Sector
4.2 Self-healing Paints and Surfaces Currently in Use
4.2.1 Products and Projects
4.3 Self-healing Automotive Glass
4.4 Self-healing Transportation Interiors
4.5 Self-healing Tires
4.6 Ten-year Forecasts of Self-healing Materials Used in Automotive Markets
4.7 Key Points from this Chapter
 
Chapter Five:  Self-healing in the Energy Generation Market
 
5.1 Opportunities for Self-Healing Materials in Energy Generation
5.2 Wind Turbines
5.2.1 Self-healing Materials for Wind Turbine Blades
5.3 Steam Turbines
5.3.1 The SAMBA Project
5.4 Self-healing and Solar Panels
5.4.1 MIT and the Masdar Institute
5.4.2 Solar Technology International
5.4.3 Self-healing in Perovskite Cells
5.5 Ten-year Forecasts of Self-healing Materials Used in the Energy Sector
5.5.1 Forecast by Energy Generation Technology
5.6 Key Points from this Chapter
 
Chapter Six: Self-Healing Materials in Construction
 
6.1 Opportunities for Self-Healing Surfaces in the Construction Industry
6.2 Self-healing Concrete
6.2.1 TU Delft
6.2.2 Cardiff University: M4L
6.2.3 University of Victoria
6.2.4 University of Ghent
6.2.5 Other Methods
6.3 Self-Healing Paints and Siding for Buildings
6.3.1 Autonomic Materials (AMI)
6.3.2 NEI
6.4 Self-healing Cabling
6.4.1 Gnosys Global
6.4.2 Penn State University
6.5 Ten-year Forecasts of Self-healing Materials used in the Energy Sector
6.5.1 Forecast by Type of Product
6.5.2 Forecast by type of Self-healing Material
6.6 Key Points from this Chapter
 
Chapter Seven: Medical and Military Applications for Self-Healing Materials
 
7.1 Market Evolution:  Sources of Ideas for the Future of the Self-Healing Products
7.2 Self-Healing in the Medical Sector
7.2.1 Current Products
7.3 Military and Aerospace Markets for Self-healing Materials
7.3.1 NASA and Self-healing Materials
7.3.2 Self-healing Aircraft Wing Technology
7.3.3 Self-healing Fuel Tanks
7.3.4 Self-healing Wearables
7.3.5 Self-healing Vehicle “Skins” – U.S. Marines
7.3.6 Smart Structures – U.S. Army
7.3.7 Ten-year Forecasts for Self-healing Materials for Defense and Aerospace Applications
7.4 Key Points from this Chapter
 
Acronyms and Abbreviations Used In this Report
About the Author
 
 
List of Exhibits
 
Exhibit E-1:  Main Opportunities in Self-healing Materials 
Exhibit E-2:  Revenues from Self-healing Materials by End-User Industry ($ Millions) 
Exhibit E-3:  Revenues from Self-healing Materials by Healing Mechanism ($ Millions) 
Exhibit E-4:  Revenues from Self-healing Materials by Location of End User ($ Millions) 
Exhibit 2-1:  Selected Approaches to Microencapsulation for Self-healing. 
Exhibit 2-2: Alternate Approaches to Develop Self-healing Composites 
Exhibit 3-1: Addressable Market for Self-Healing Material into Consumer Products Markets (Millions of square meters) 
Exhibit 3-2:  Penetration of Self-Healing Material into Consumer Products Markets (Percent) 
Exhibit 3-3: Installed Base of Self-healing Materials (Millions of square meters) 
Exhibit 3-4: Shipments for Self-Healing Material into Consumer Products (Millions of square meters) 
Exhibit 3-5: Shipments for Self-Healing Material into Consumer Products by Type of Material ($ Millions) 
Exhibit 3-6: Shipments for Self-Healing Material into Consumer Products by Self-healing Mechanism ($ Millions) 
Exhibit 4-1:  Opportunities for Self-Healing Materials in the Automotive Industry  
Exhibit 4-2:  Customer Complaints Concerning Automotive Interiors 
Exhibit 4-3: Addressable Market for Self-Healing Material into Automotive Products Markets (Millions of square meters) 
Exhibit 4-4:  Penetration of Self-Healing Material into Automotive Products Markets (Percent) 
Exhibit 4-5: Installed Base of Self-healing Materials (Millions of square meters) 
Exhibit 4-6: Shipments for Self-Healing Material into Automotive Products (Millions of square meters) 
Exhibit 4-7: Shipments for Self-Healing Material into Automotive Products  by Type of Material ($ Millions) 
Exhibit 4-8: Shipments for Self-Healing Material into Automotive Products by Self-healing Mechanism ($ Millions) 
Exhibit 5-1: Challenges for Self-healing Products in Wind Turbine Sector 
Exhibit 5-2:  Project SAMBA Workgroups 
Exhibit 5-3: Revenues from Self-Healing Material into Energy Generation Markets by Type of Product ($ Millions) 
Exhibit 5-4: Shipments for Self-Healing Material into Energy Generation Products by Self-healing Mechanism ($ Millions) 
Exhibit 6-1: Addressable Market for Self-Healing Material into Construction Products Markets (Billions of square meters) 
Exhibit 6-2:  Penetration of Self-Healing Material into Construction Products Markets (Percent) 
Exhibit 6-3: Installed Base of Self-healing Materials (Millions of square meters) 
Exhibit 6-4: Shipments for Self-Healing Material into Construction Products (Millions of square meters) 
Exhibit 6-5 Shipments for Self-Healing Material into Construction Products by Type of Material ($ Millions) 
Exhibit 6-6: Shipments for Self-Healing Material into Energy Construction Products by Self-healing Mechanism ($ Millions) 
Exhibit 7-1: Revenues from Self-Healing Material into Aerospace Markets by Type of Product ($ Millions) 
Exhibit 7-2: Shipments for Self-Healing Material into Aerospace Markets by Self-healing Mechanism ($ Millions)

 

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Self-healing Materials Market to Reach $2.4 billion by 2022

Glen Allen, Virginia:  Industry analyst firm n-tech Research today announced the release of a new report titled “Markets for Self-healing Materials 2017-2024”. The report states that the market for self-healing materials will reach $2.4 billion by 2022.  Although some applications for self-healing materials have not taken off since n-tech’s previous report on the subject in 2015, automotive and construction uses are already generating significant revenues.

About the report:

Self-healing materials includes both coatings and surfaces with integrated self-healing mechanisms. In this report we cover applications for such materials in consumer products, automotive, energy generation, construction, military, medical and aerospace. Materials covered include reversible polymers, shape memory materials, vascular systems, capsule-based systems and biomaterials among others.  

The report also provides ten-year revenue forecasts for self-healing materials in all of the applications covered with breakouts by type of application, self-healing mechanism, and customer geography.  In addition, we critically assess the business models employed by the firms focused self-healing materials space.

Highlights:

Reversible polymers dominate the self-healing materials market at present, and will still account for 37 percent of the market by 2022.  However, the big growth opportunities will come from self-healing systems based on microencapsulation or vascular systems. Self-healing materials using microencapsulation systems will generate revenues of $1.1 billion in revenues in 2022. 

The automotive sector already uses self-healing aftermarket coatings, but has begun to sample much higher performing self-healing materials that can comply with the industry’s demanding coatings requirements.  The rapidly growing use of relatively fragile composites in the automotive sector is a strong driver for the development of self-healing composites. There are similar trends in the construction sector, with self healing concrete undergoing commercialization.  Although, it will take until 2019 to take off, we expect sales of self-healing materials for construction to reach $475 million by 2022. 

Composites are not the only materials that are becoming self-healing. Interesting work is being done on self-healing metals – although at an early stage, a market for self-healing metals can hardly be doubted.  We are also witnessing a concerted effort to create self-healing ceramics – these will have an important role to play for engines and electrical generators. Carbon nanotubes have been envisioned for sensors that can detect cracks and initiate a self-healing process. CNTs could also be used as thermal guides to heal reversible polymers.

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