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The Global Market for Smart Materials to 2027

  • ID: 4564632
  • Report
  • Region: Global
  • 200 Pages
  • Future Markets, Inc
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Traditional materials and structures are designed for certain performance requirements such as bearing loads, reacting to speed and movement and lifespan. They are generally unable to modify their specifications if their environment changes.

Smart materials however can adapt and survive in demanding and unpredictable environments and maintain their performance. The last decade has seen a huge growth in the market for smart materials and structures as manufacturers seek solutions to regulatory and consumer requirements in aerospace, automotive, electronics, healthcare, construction etc. industries. Smart materials are able to detect and respond to any number of changes (e.g. pressure, temperature, electric and magnetic fields, chemicals etc.) and respond accordingly before reverting to their original state. This 200 page report highlights the latest innovations and products in the Smart Materials market, developed by large companies, research institutes, university groups and start-ups.

Report contents include:

  • Technology and materials analysis: Piezoelectric, photochromic, thermochromic, electrochromic, shape memory, smart fluids, self-healing, thermo and ph-responsive polymers, Magnetocaloric, Poly (ionic liquid)s, Metal-organic frameworks, shape memory
  • Market analysis: Analysis of end user markets for smart materials:
    • Buildings, windows and glass.
    • Aerospace
    • Smart coatings
    • Automotive
    • Energy harvesting
    • Sensors
    • Textiles
    • Electronics
    • Healthcare
  • Market revenues forecasts: Detailed forecasts of the Smart Materials sector, by end user markets (revenues $ millions), to 2027
  • Producer profiles: Smart materials product developer profiles (Profiles of >150 companies).
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1 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
1.1 Market opportunity analysis
1.2 Market challenges rating system

2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

3 TYPES OF SMART MATERIALS
3.1 Traditional versus smart
3.2 What is a smart material?
3.3 Stimuli
3.4 Types-Active and passive
3.5 PIEZOELECTRIC SMART MATERIALS
3.5.1 Properties
3.5.2 Applications
3.6 PHOTOCHROMIC
3.6.1 Properties
3.6.2 Applications
3.7 THERMOCHROMIC
3.7.1 Properties
3.7.2 Applications
3.8 ELECTROCHROMIC
3.8.1 Properties
3.8.2 Applications
3.9 SHAPE MEMORY MATERIALS
3.9.1 Alloys
3.9.2 Polymers
3.9.3 Applications
3.10 SMART FLUIDS
3.10.1 Ferrofluids
3.10.1.1 Properties
3.10.1.2 Applications
3.10.2 Electro-Rheological (ER) fluids
3.10.2.1 Properties
3.10.2.2 Applications
3.10.3 Magnetorheological fluids (MRFs)
3.10.3.1 Properties
3.10.3.2 Applications
3.11 SELF-HEALING MATERIALS
3.11.1 Polyurethane clear coats
3.11.1.1 Properties
3.11.1.2 Markets
3.11.2 Micro-Nanocapsules
3.11.2.1 Properties
3.11.2.2 Markets
3.11.3 Microvascular networks
3.11.3.1 Properties
3.11.3.2 Markets
3.11.4 Reversible polymers
3.11.4.1 Properties
3.11.4.2 Markets
3.11.5 Click polymerization
3.11.5.1 Properties
3.11.5.2 Markets
3.11.6 Carbon nanotubes
3.11.6.1 Properties
3.11.7 Graphene and other 2D materials
3.11.7.1 Properties
3.11.8 Polyampholyte hydrogels
3.11.8.1 Properties
3.12 THERMO AND PH-RESPONSIVE POLYMERS
3.12.1 Properties
3.12.2 Applications
3.13 MAGNETOCALORIC MATERIALS
3.13.1 Properties
3.13.2 Applications
3.14 POLY(IONIC) LIQUID)
3.14.1 Properties
3.14.2 Applications
3.15 METAL-ORGANIC FRAMEWORK (MOF) COATINGS
3.15.1 Properties
3.15.2 Applications
3.16 SHAPE MEMORY

4 MARKET ANALYSIS FOR SMART MATERIALS
4.1 AEROSPACE
4.1.1 Market drivers
4.1.2 Applications
4.1.2.1 Smart thermal protection
4.1.2.2 Smart icing prevention coatings
4.1.2.3 Smart conductive and anti-static coatings
4.1.2.4 Smart corrosion-resistant coatings
4.1.2.5 Smart windows
4.1.2.6 Self-healing
4.1.3 Global market size and opportunity
4.1.4 Companies
4.2 AUTOMOTIVE
4.2.1 Market drivers
4.2.2 Applications
4.2.2.1 Coatings
4.2.2.2 Smart windows and mirrors
4.2.2.3 Smart composites
4.2.3 Global market size and opportunity
4.2.4 Companies
4.3 BUILDINGS, WINDOWS AND GLASS
4.3.1 Market drivers
4.3.2 Applications
4.3.2.1 Smart cities
4.3.2.2 Smart windows and glass
4.3.2.3 Nanomaterials in smart glass
4.3.2.4 Construction coatings
4.3.3 Global market size and opportunity
4.3.4 Companies
4.4 COATINGS
4.4.1 Market drivers
4.4.2 Applications
4.4.2.1 Anti-corrosion smart coatings
4.4.2.2 Anti-icing smart coatings
4.4.2.3 Anti-fouling and easy-to-clean smart coatings
4.4.2.4 Anti-microbial smart coatings
4.4.2.5 Hydrophobic smart coatings
4.4.2.6 Superhydrophobic smart coatings
4.4.2.7 Oleophobic and omniphobic smart coatings
4.4.3 Global market size and opportunity
4.4.4 Companies
4.5 ENERGY HARVESTING
4.5.1 Market drivers
4.5.2 Applications
4.5.3 Global market size and opportunity
4.5.4 Companies
4.6 SENSORS
4.6.1 Market drivers
4.6.2 Applications
4.6.3 Global market size and opportunity
4.6.4 Companies
4.7 TEXTILES
4.7.1 Market drivers
4.7.2 Applications
4.7.3 Global market size and opportunity
4.7.4 Companies
4.8 OTHER MARKETS
4.8.1 Electronics
4.8.1.1 Applications
4.8.1.2 Global market size and opportunity
4.8.1.3 Companies
4.8.2 Healthcare
4.8.2.1 Applications
4.8.2.2 Global market size and opportunity
4.8.2.3 Companies

5 REFERENCES

LIST OF TABLES
Table 1 Market drivers for smart materials
Table 2 Piezoelectric smart materials applications by market
Table 3 Photochromic smart materials applications by market
Table 4 Thermochromic smart materials markets and applications
Table 5 Electrochromic smart materials applications by market
Table 6 Shape memory smart materials applications by market
Table 7 Ferrofluid smart materials applications by market
Table 8 Electro-Rheological (ER) fluids smart materials applications by market
Table 9 Magnetorheological fluids applications by market
Table 10 Properties of graphene
Table 11 Thermo and ph-responsive smart materials applications by market
Table 12 Magnetocaloric smart materials applications by market
Table 13 Applications of poly (ionic liquid)
Table 14 Applications of MOF
Table 15 Market drivers and trends for smart materials in the aerospace industry
Table 16 Types of smart materials utilized in aerospace and application
Table 17 Market size for smart materials in aerospace
Table 18 Market opportunity assessment for smart materials in aerospace
Table 19 Market drivers for smart coatings in the automotive industry
Table 20 Applications of smart materials in automotive
Table 21 Smart coatings applied in the automotive industry
Table 22 Technologies for smart windows and mirrors in automobiles
Table 23 Addressable market size and opportunity for smart materials in automotive
Table 24 Market drivers for smart materials in buildings, windows and glass
Table 25 Smart materials in buildings, windows and glass
Table 26 Types of smart windows and glass
Table 27 Technologies for smart windows in buildings
Table 28 Addressable market size and opportunity for smart materials in buildings, windows and glass
Table 29 Cross-section of Electro Kinetic Film
Table 30 Market drivers for smart materials in coatings
Table 31 Market drivers for smart materials in coatings
Table 32 Anti-corrosion smart coatings-Advanced materials used, principles, properties and applications
Table 33 Anti-corrosion smart coatings markets and applications
Table 34 Anti-icing smart coatings-Advanced materials used, principles, properties, applications
Table 35 Anti-icing smart coatings-Markets and applications
Table 36 Anti-fouling and easy-to-clean smart coatings-Advanced materials used, principles, properties and applications
Table 37 Anti-fouling and easy-to-clean smart coatings markets and applications
Table 38 Anti-microbial smart coatings-Advanced materials used, principles, properties and applications
Table 39 Anti-microbial nanocoatings markets and applications
Table 40 Contact angles of hydrophilic, super hydrophilic, hydrophobic and superhydrophobic surfaces
Table 41 Superhydrophobic coatings-Markets and applications
Table 42 Applications of oleophobic & omniphobic coatings
Table 43 Addressable market size and opportunity for smart materials in coatings
Table 44 Market opportunity assessment for smart materials in coatings
Table 45 Applications of smart materials in energy harvesting
Table 46 Addressable market size and opportunity for smart materials in energy harvesting
Table 47 Types of smart sensors
Table 48 Addressable market size and opportunity for smart materials in sensors
Table 49 Types of smart textiles
Table 50 Addressable market size and opportunity for smart materials in textiles
Table 51 Applications of smart materials in electronics
Table 52 Addressable market size and opportunity for smart materials in electronics
Table 53 Applications of smart materials in healthcare
Table 54 Addressable market size and opportunity for smart materials in healthcare
 
LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 1 Micro/nano capsules incorporated within a coating matrix
Figure 2 Typical smart materials and associated stimulus response
Figure 3 Thermochromic smart windows schematic
Figure 4 Vertical insulated glass unit for a Suntuitive® thermochromic window
Figure 5 Electrochromic smart glass schematic
Figure 6 Alteos Interactive Window Systems
Figure 7 Examples of electrochromic smart windows each in fully coloured (left) and bleached state (right)
Figure 8 Schematic of the self-healing concept using microcapsules with a healing agent inside
Figure 9 Schematic of single-walled carbon nanotube
Figure 10 Potential addressable market for smart materials in aerospace
Figure 11 Revenues for smart materials in aerospace 2015-2027, high and conservative estimates, USD
Figure 12 Nissan Scratch Shield
Figure 13 Market opportunity assessment for smart materials in automotive
Figure 14 Potential addressable market for smart materials in the automotive sector
Figure 15 Revenues for smart materials in automotive 2015-2027, high and conservative estimates, USD
Figure 16 Nanocrystal smart glass that can switch between fully transparent, heat-blocking, and light-and-heat-blocking modes
Figure 17 Potential addressable market for smart materials in buildings, windows and glass
Figure 18 Market opportunity assessment for smart materials in buildings, windows and glass
Figure 19 Revenues for smart coatings in buildings, windows and glass 2015-2027, high and conservative estimates, USD
Figure 20 CoverLight by Chromogenics
Figure 21 Schematic of the blistering and delamination mechanism
Figure 22 2000-hour salt fog results for Teslan nanocoatings
Figure 23 AnCatt proprietary polyaniline nanodispersion and coating structure
Figure 24 Schematic of anti-corrosion via superhydrophobic surface
Figure 25 Carbon nanotube based anti-icing/de-icing device
Figure 26 Nanocoated surface in comparison to existing surfaces
Figure 27 CNT anti-icing nanocoating
Figure 28 NANOMYTE® SuperAi, a Durable Anti-ice Coating
Figure 29 (a) Water drops on a lotus leaf
Figure 30 A schematic of (a) water droplet on normal hydrophobic surface with contact angle greater than 90° and (b) water droplet on a superhydrophobic surface with a contact angle > 150°
Figure 31 Contact angle on superhydrophobic coated surface
Figure 32 SLIPS repellent coatings
Figure 33 Omniphobic coatings
Figure 34 Potential addressable market for smart materials in coatings
Figure 35 Revenues for smart coatings in coatings 2015-2027, high and conservative estimates, USD
Figure 36 Potential addressable market for smart materials in energy harvesting
Figure 37 Market opportunity assessment for smart materials in energy harvesting
Figure 38 Revenues for smart coatings in energy harvesting 2015-2027, high and conservative estimates, USD
Figure 39 Potential addressable market for smart materials in sensors
Figure 40 Market opportunity assessment for smart materials in sensors
Figure 41 Revenues for smart coatings in sensors 2015-2027, high and conservative estimates, USD
Figure 42 Potential addressable market for smart materials in textiles
Figure 43 Market opportunity assessment for smart materials in textiles
Figure 44 Revenues for smart coatings in textiles 2015-2027, high and conservative estimates, USD
Figure 45 Self-healing dielectric material for wearable electronics
Figure 46 Self-healing patent schematic
Figure 47 Self-healing coating on glass
Figure 48 Self-healing glass developed at the University of Tokyo

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