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Global Aerospace Materials Market- By Material Type, By Aircraft Type, By Region; Trend Analysis, Competitive Market Share & Forecast, 2017-2027

  • ID: 4990225
  • Report
  • April 2021
  • Region: Global
  • 180 pages
  • Blueweave Consulting & Research Pvt Ltd

FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Alcoa Corporation
  • AMG N.V.
  • ATI METALS
  • CONSTELLIUM SE
  • DuPont de Nemours Inc.
  • Hexcel Corporation
  • MORE

Global Aerospace Materials Market is All Set to Boom: Expected to Reach USD 20,974.8 Million by 2027


A study, recently conducted recently revealed that in 2020, the global aerospace materials market was valued at USD 15,769.3 million, with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 4.45% during the forecast period (2021-2027). The market is predicted to reach a valuation of USD 20,974.8 million by 2027. The market's growth is fueled by factors such as the rising demand for lighter and more efficient aircraft, as well as the growing demand for civil aircraft. Reduced defense spending in developing economies, as well as a restricted range of material alternatives due to complex requirements are some of the barriers faced by the market. Besides, the industry is anticipated to benefit shortly from the high demand for aircraft.

The global aerospace materials market is divided into two categories: material type and aircraft type. By material type, the market can be bifurcated into a composite, steel, titanium, aluminum, and others, whereas by aircraft type, the market can be segregated as civil aircraft, military aircraft, and others.

Driver: Increasing Use of Composite Materials & Super Alloys


Composite materials are a combination of two or more materials of different physical and chemicals properties. Composite materials have been an essential part of the aerospace industry since the 1950s. The Boeing 707 passenger jet was built in the 1950s using a composite material known as fiberglass. In the 1960s, Rolls-Royce developed the compressor blades of the RB211 jet engine using carbon fiber, another composite material. Boeing, a global giant in the aerospace industry, uses composite materials in aircraft production with Boeing 787 Dreamliner having a 50% fraction of composite materials. In the aerospace industry, advanced composite materials with a combination of high-strength stiff fibers embedded in a common matrix material are being increasingly used. A major advantage of composite material is that it significantly reduces the weight of aircraft, which eventually results in better performance and less fuel consumption. Apart from weight loss and better fuel consumption efficiency, composite materials have higher strength at a lower weight, high impact resistance, high thermal stability, high fatigue/corrosion resistance, and ease of assembling.

Superalloys are a group of nickel, cobalt, and iron-nickel alloys used in jet engines. Superalloys have superior heat-resistant properties than the traditional alloys of aluminum and titanium. These materials can retain their stiffness, strength, toughness, and dimensional stability at much-elevated temperatures than normal metal alloys. Apart from these, superalloys possess high resistance to corrosion & oxidation, even at high temperatures. Nickel-based superalloys are the most common types of superalloys used in the aerospace industry owing to their excellent performance for a long duration even at 800-10000C. Superalloys are generally used for engine components such as high-pressure turbine blades, discs, combustion chambers, afterburners, and thrust reversers in both aircraft and spacecraft. All these factors are contributing to the increasing use of composite materials & superalloys in structural applications and components of spacecraft & aircraft. The same factors are expected to drive the growth of the global aerospace materials market during the forecast period.

Challenge: Growing Environmental Concerns Related to the Use of Large Aircrafts


Large aircraft require high quality and quantity of fuel, and with the increase in the weight of the aircraft, the fuel consumption-ability of an aircraft goes down. For example, an Airbus A321neo, which has a capacity of 32,940 liters of fuel, burns 0.683 liter per second, which turns out to be almost 2,500 liters per hour. Boeing 787 Dreamliner consumes 18 liters per passenger per hour and it carries 300 passengers. Per hour fuel consumption of Boeing 787 Dreamliner stands at about 5,400 liters. With such high fuel consumption, aircraft release greenhouse gases into the atmosphere and contribute towards global warming with about 8% of global greenhouse gas emissions coming from traveling. Air travel consists ofaround 1 gigaton of CO2 to the Earth’s atmosphere each year. Flights produced 915 million tons of CO2 in 2019 with aviation being responsible for around 12% of total CO2 produced by all transportation sources and the international civil aviation organization has set a target to reduce aviation emissions by 50% by 2050.

The high fuel consumption of aircraft is majorly due to the heavyweight of the aircraft. A 20% weight loss for a Boeing 787 Dreamliner can increase the fuel efficiency of aircraft by 10-12%. Aluminum, steel, and titanium are heavy metals that are used extensively in aircraft manufacturing. The use of these materials significantly increases the weight of the aircraft which leads to reduced fuel performance by the aircraft. Apart from adding weight, titanium's inherent behavior is unstable, making it delicate and prone to damage. Titanium, which is known for its high strength-to-weight ratios and innate corrosion resistance characteristics can become as fragile as glass if a minimum of three oxygen atoms is merged in with its 1,000 natural atoms. As companies look to reduce the carbon emission of their aircraft, weight loss is one of the ways out for them, but the high weight of metals like aluminum, titanium, and steel, along with the unstable innate behavior of titanium presents a big challenge for the global aerospace material industry.

Civil Aircraft segment is the largest in the Aircraft Type


The civil aircraft segment accounted for the largest market share of 58.27% in 2020, with a market value of USD 9,189.0 million. It is expected to have a CAGR of 4.16% during the forecast period. Factors such as rising air passenger numbers, low airfares, and increased acceptance of the airway as a mode of transportation have boosted aircraft manufacturing investments, propelling the aircraft market to grow over the forecast period. The military aircraft segment is expected to develop significantly during the forecast era, owing to rising military and defense expenditure in countries such as China, India, the United States, Germany, the United Kingdom, France, and Russia.

Global Aerospace MaterialsMarket: Regional Insights


Based on region, the global aerospace materials market has been segmented into- North America, Europe, the Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East and Africa. North America and Europe dominate the aerospace materials industry. North America and Europe have the highest business demand and general aviation fleets, while Asia-Pacific and Latin America are projected to remain more or less stagnant over the forecast period. The United States is the world's largest consumer of Aerospace materials. The region is expected to grow as a result of a large number of mergers, as well as acquisitions and expansions by some major players. North America accounted for the largest market share of 38.11% in 2020, with a market value of USD 6,008.9 million. It is expected to register a CAGR of 3.87% during the forecast period.

Impact of COVID-19 Outbreak


COVID-19 triggered a domino effect for the global aerospace materials market, starting with lockdowns and ending with the collapse of the aerospace materials industry and a severely disrupted supply chain for the global aerospace materials market. Global aircraft manufacturing giants, Airbus and Boeing delivered 42% fewer jet deliveries in 2020 compared to 2019 owing to the effects of COVID-19 across the supply chain. As a result, aerospace materials' availability was severely affected. Additionally, China, a major producer of aluminum, titanium, and graphite, went under lockdown, which resulted in smelters being shut down or operating at reduced capacity. As a result, prices were expected to soar to new heights but the demand for materials took a massive hit as well, and the prices of all materials were affected differently.

Key Market Players: Some of the leading market players include: Toray Industries, AMG N.V., Solvay S.A., CONSTELLIUM SE, DuPont de Nemours, Inc., Alcoa Corporation,Teijin Limited, Hindalco Industries Limited, Kobe Steel Limited,ATI METALS, Hexcel Corporation, and other prominent players.

The in-depth analysis of the report provides information about growth potential, upcoming trends, and statistics of global aerospace materials market size & forecast. The report promises to provide recent technology trends of the global aerospace materials market and industry insights to help decision-makers make sound strategic decisions. Furthermore, the report also analyses the growth drivers, challenges, and competitive dynamics of the market.


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FEATURED COMPANIES

  • Alcoa Corporation
  • AMG N.V.
  • ATI METALS
  • CONSTELLIUM SE
  • DuPont de Nemours Inc.
  • Hexcel Corporation
  • MORE
1 Executive Summary
1.1 Market Synopsis

2 Scope of the Report
2.1 Market Definition
2.2 Scope of the Study
2.3 List of Assumptions
2.4 Market Structure

3 Market Research Methodology
3.1 Research Methodology
3.2 Secondary Research
3.3 Primary Research
3.4 Breakdown of Primary Respondents
3.5 Research Methodology for Market Size Estimation

4 Market Factor Analysis
4.1 Value Chain Analysis / Supply Chain Analysis
4.1.1 Raw Material Supply
4.1.2 Manufacturing
4.1.3 Distribution
4.1.4 End-Use
4.2 Porter’s Five Forces Model
4.2.1 Threat of New Entrants (Low)
4.2.2 Intensity of Competitive Rivalry (Low)
4.2.3 Threat of Substitutes (Moderate)
4.2.4 Bargaining Power of Suppliers (High)
4.2.5 Bargaining Power of Buyers (Low)
4.3 Pricing Analysis
4.3.1 Aluminum
4.3.2 Titanium
4.3.3 Steel
4.3.4 Composite Material
4.3.5 Others
4.3.5.1 Super Alloys
4.3.5.2 Carbon Nanotubes
4.3.5.3 Graphite
4.4 COVID-19 Impact

5 Market Dynamics of the Global Aerospace Materials Market
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Drivers
5.2.1 Growing Use of Aircrafts for Passenger and Freight Transportation
5.2.2 Increasing Use of Composite Materials & Super Alloys
5.2.3 Satellite Broadband, Space Exploration, and Militarization to Drive Growth
5.3 Restraints
5.3.1 Growing Geopolitical Tensions
5.3.2 Strict Legal and Government Regulations
5.4 Opportunities
5.4.1 Developing Infrastructure and Manufacturing Shift Towards Asia-Pacific
5.4.2 Need to Strengthen the Defences With Increasing Investment
5.4.3 Investment in the Space Sector
5.5 Challenges
5.5.1 Growing Environmental Concerns Related to the Use of Large Aircrafts

6 the Global Aerospace Materials Market
6.1 Introduction
6.2 by Material Type
6.2.1 Composite
6.2.2 Steel
6.2.3 Titanium
6.2.4 Aluminum
6.2.5 Others
6.3 by Aircraft Type
6.3.1 Civil Aircraft
6.3.2 Military Aircraft
6.3.3 Others
6.4 by Region

7 North America Aerospace Materials Market
7.1 Introduction
7.2 by Material Type
7.3 by Aircraft Type
7.4 by Country
7.4.1 US
7.4.1.1 Introduction
7.4.1.2 by Material Type
7.4.1.3 by Aircraft Type
7.4.2 Canada
7.4.2.1 Introduction
7.4.2.2 by Material Type
7.4.2.3 by Aircraft Type

8 Europe Aerospace Materials Market
8.1 Introduction
8.2 by Material Type
8.3 by Aircraft Type
8.4 by Country
8.4.1 Germany
8.4.1.1 Introduction
8.4.1.2 by Material Type
8.4.1.3 by Aircraft Type
8.4.2 France
8.4.2.1 Introduction
8.4.2.2 by Material Type
8.4.2.3 by Aircraft Type
8.4.3 Italy
8.4.3.1 Introduction
8.4.3.2 by Material Type
8.4.3.3 by Aircraft Type
8.4.4 Spain
8.4.4.1 Introduction
8.4.4.2 by Material Type
8.4.4.3 by Aircraft Type
8.4.5 U.K
8.4.5.1 Introduction
8.4.5.2 by Material Type
8.4.5.3 by Aircraft Type
8.4.6 Russia
8.4.6.1 Introduction
8.4.6.2 by Material Type
8.4.6.3 by Aircraft Type
8.4.7 Poland
8.4.7.1 Introduction
8.4.7.2 by Material Type
8.4.7.3 by Aircraft Type
8.4.8 Rest of Europe
8.4.8.1 Introduction
8.4.8.2 by Material Type
8.4.8.3 by Aircraft Type

9 Asia-Pacific Aerospace Materials Market
9.1 Introduction
9.2 by Material Type
9.3 by Aircraft Type
9.4 by Country
9.4.1 China
9.4.1.1 Introduction
9.4.1.2 by Material Type
9.4.1.3 by Aircraft Type
9.4.2 India
9.4.2.1 Introduction
9.4.2.2 by Material Type
9.4.2.3 by Aircraft Type
9.4.3 Japan
9.4.3.1 Introduction
9.4.3.2 by Material Type
9.4.3.3 by Aircraft Type
9.4.4 Australia
9.4.4.1 Introduction
9.4.4.2 by Material Type
9.4.4.3 by Aircraft Type
9.4.5 New Zealand
9.4.5.1 Introduction
9.4.5.2 by Material Type
9.4.5.3 by Aircraft Type
9.4.6 Rest of Asia-Pacific
9.4.6.1 Introduction
9.4.6.2 by Material Type
9.4.6.3 by Aircraft Type

10 Middle East & Africa Aerospace Materials Market
10.1 Introduction
10.2 by Material Type
10.3 by Aircraft Type
10.4 by Country
10.4.1 Turkey
10.4.1.1 Introduction
10.4.1.2 by Material Type
10.4.1.3 by Aircraft Type
10.4.2 Israel
10.4.2.1 Introduction
10.4.2.2 by Material Type
10.4.2.3 by Aircraft Type
10.4.3 South Africa
10.4.3.1 Introduction
10.4.3.2 by Material Type
10.4.3.3 by Aircraft Type
10.4.4 Gcc (Gulf Corporation Council)
10.4.4.1 Introduction
10.4.4.2 by Material Type
10.4.4.3 by Aircraft Type
10.4.5 Rest of Middle East & Africa
10.4.5.1 Introduction
10.4.5.2 by Material Type
10.4.5.3 by Aircraft Type

11 Latin America Aerospace Materials Market
11.1 Introduction
11.2 by Material Type
11.3 by Aircraft Type
11.4 by Country
11.4.1 Brazil
11.4.1.1 Introduction
11.4.1.2 by Material Type
11.4.1.3 by Aircraft Type
11.4.2 Argentina
11.4.2.1 Introduction
11.4.2.2 by Material Type
11.4.2.3 by Aircraft Type
11.4.3 Mexico
11.4.3.1 Introduction
11.4.3.2 by Material Type
11.4.3.3 by Aircraft Type
11.4.4 Rest of Latin America
11.4.4.1 Introduction
11.4.4.2 by Material Type
11.4.4.3 by Aircraft Type

12 Competitive Landscape
12.1 Introduction
12.2 Market Key Strategies
12.3 Key Development Analysis
12.3.1 New Product Launch/Service Deployment
12.4 Competitive Benchmarking

13 Company Profile
13.1 Toray Industries
13.1.1 Company Overview
13.1.2 Financial Overview
13.1.3 Products/Services Offered
13.1.4 Key Developments
13.1.5 Toray Industries: SWOT Analysis
13.1.6 Key Strategies
13.2 Alcoa Corporation
13.2.1 Company Overview
13.2.2 Financial Overview
13.2.3 Products/Services Offered
13.2.4 Key Developments
13.2.5 SWOT Analysis
13.2.6 Key Strategies
13.3 Solvay S.A.
13.3.1 Company Overview
13.3.2 Financial Overview
13.3.3 Products/Services Offered
13.3.4 Key Developments
13.3.5 SWOT Analysis
13.3.6 Key Strategies
13.4 Dupont De Nemours, Inc.
13.4.1 Company Overview
13.4.2 Financial Overview
13.4.3 Products/Services Offered
13.4.4 Key Developments
13.4.5 SWOT Analysis
13.4.6 Key Strategies
13.5 Teijin Limited
13.5.1 Company Overview
13.5.2 Financial Overview
13.5.3 Products/Services Offered
13.5.4 Key Developments
13.5.5 SWOT Analysis
13.5.6 Key Strategies
13.6 Ati Metals
13.6.1 Company Overview
13.6.2 Financial Overview
13.6.3 Products/Services Offered
13.6.4 Key Developments
13.6.5 SWOT Analysis
13.6.6 Key Strategies
13.7 Constellium Se
13.7.1 Company Overview
13.7.2 Financial Overview
13.7.3 Products/Services Offered
13.7.4 Key Developments
13.7.5 SWOT Analysis
13.7.6 Key Strategies
13.8 Kobe Steel Limited
13.8.1 Company Overview
13.8.2 Financial Overview
13.8.3 Products/Services Offered
13.8.4 Key Developments
13.8.5 SWOT Analysis
13.8.6 Key Strategies
13.9 Hindalco Industries Limited
13.9.1 Company Overview
13.9.2 Financial Overview
13.9.3 Products/Services Offered
13.9.4 Key Developments
13.9.5 SWOT Analysis
13.9.6 Key Strategies
13.10 Amg N.V.
13.10.1 Company Overview
13.10.2 Financial Overview
13.10.3 Products/Services Offered
13.10.4 Key Developments
13.10.5 SWOT Analysis
13.10.6 Key Strategies
13.11 Hexcel Corporation
13.11.1 Company Overview
13.11.2 Financial Overview
13.11.3 Products/Services Offered
13.11.4 Key Developments
13.11.5 SWOT Analysis
13.11.6 Key Strategies
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A selection of companies mentioned in this report includes:

  • Toray Industries
  • AMG N.V.
  • Solvay S.A.
  • CONSTELLIUM SE
  • DuPont de Nemours Inc.
  • Alcoa Corporation
  • Teijin Limited
  • Hindalco Industries Limited
  • Kobe Steel Limited
  • ATI METALS
  • Hexcel Corporation
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