Sol-Gel Processing of Ceramics and Glass

Sol-Gel Processing of Ceramics and Glass

BCC, Date of Publication: Jun 10, 2014, 222 Pages
US$6,650.00
GB-AVM016G

The total global market for sol-gel products was valued at $1.6 billion in 2013. This market is expected to grow to $1.7 billion in 2014 and $2.5 billion in 2019, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.8% from 2014 to 2019.

This report provides:

  • An overview of the market for sol-gel processing of ceramics and glass, and related technologies.
  • Analyses of global market trends, with data from 2013, estimates for 2014, and projections of CAGRs through 2019.
  • Information on the various commercial products made with the sol-gel process and their applications.
  • Identification of the technological and business issues related to the development and commercial production of these products.
  • Comprehensive profiles of major companies in the industry.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1: INTRODUCTION - Complimentary 4 $0

STUDY BACKGROUND
STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
INTENDED AUDIENCE
SCOPE AND FORMAT
METHODOLOGY AND INFORMATION SOURCES
ANALYST'S CREDENTIALS
DISCLAIMER

Chapter 2: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 2 $250

Table Summary : U.S. AND WORLD MARKETS FOR SOL-GEL PRODUCTS, THROUGH 2019
Figure Summary : U.S. AND WORLD MARKETS FOR SOL-GEL PRODUCTS,

Chapter 3: INDUSTRY AND MARKET OVERVIEW 8 $418

U.S. MARKET
WORLD MARKET
COMPETITION
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
U.S. INDUSTRY STRUCTURE
Table 3 : U.S. COMPANIES INVOLVED IN SOL-GEL

Chapter 4: TECHNOLOGY OVERVIEW 73 $3812

HISTORY
DESCRIPTION OF THE ALKOXIDE SOL-GEL PROCESS
ADVANTAGES
DISADVANTAGES
Table 6 : ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF THE CONVENTIONAL SOL-GEL PROCESS
THE AQUEOUS SOL-GEL PROCESS
END PRODUCTS
POROUS SOLIDS
POWDERS
Oxide Powders
Pigments
Nonoxide Powders
Table 10 : POWDER PRECURSORS AND RESULTANT COMPOSITIONS
COATINGS AND THIN FILMS
Application Methods
Thick Coatings
Heat Treatments
Process Parameters
Dense Coatings
Porous Coatings
Applications
Table 11 : COATING PRECURSORS AND RESULTANT COMPOSITIONS
GLASS
Silica
Silicates
Nonsilicates
Table 17 : APPLICATIONS OF SOL-GEL GLASSES
MONOLITHS
Aerogels
Colloidal Inks That Form Self-Supporting Scaffolds through Robocasting
Hydrogel Nanoparticles for Optically Tunable Photonic Crystals
Monolithic Dry Gels Produced Using Sol-Gel Technology
FIBERS
Compositions
Properties
COMPOSITES
Control of Microstructure
Interfacial Coatings
Infiltration for Densification
Glass Matrix
Ceramic Matrix
Nanocomposites
Figure 14 : COMPOSITE PROCESS INCORPORATING DIFFERENT
Figure 15 : FLOWCHART FOR MAKING FIBER LAMINATE COMPOSITES
ORGANIC/INORGANIC HYBRIDS
Figure 4 : GENERIC FLOWCHART OF THE SOL-GEL PROCESS
Table 9 : CHARACTERISTICS OF SOL-GEL PRODUCTS

Chapter 5: APPLICATIONS AND MARKETS 78 $4074

OPTICAL/OPTOELECTRONIC APPLICATIONS
COATINGS
CHEMICAL SENSORS
SOLID-STATE DYE LASERS
HIGH-POWER LASERS
NANOMETER-RANGE MEDIA FOR POWDER LASERS
OPTICAL FIBERS AND DEVICES
LUMINESCENT LIGHT/POWER SOURCES
GRADIENT INDEX LENSES
OPTICAL MARKETS
Table 27 : OPTICAL AND OPTO-ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS AND APPLICATIONS
Figure 16 : SCHEMATIC OF THE EMBOSSING PROCESS
ELECTRONIC/ELECTRO-OPTIC APPLICATIONS
FERROELECTRIC THIN FILMS
DIELECTRIC THIN FILMS
ELECTRONIC POWDERS/COMPONENTS
CAPACITORS
SUBSTRATES
PACKAGES AND DEVICES
MAGNETICS
SUPERCONDUCTORS
ELECTRODES AND BATTERIES
ELECTRONIC MARKETS
STRUCTURAL AND HIGH-TEMPERATURE APPLICATIONS
ABRASIVES
PROTECTIVE COATINGS
THERMAL INSULATION
REFRACTORY/HIGH TEMPERATURE
Fibers
Table 35 : PROPERTIES OF NEXTEL FIBERS
Table 36 : APPLICATIONS AND MARKETS FOR NEXTEL FIBERS
Heat Exchangers and Related Applications
BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS
DENTAL SEALANTS AND FILLERS
BIOACTIVE GLASSES
COSMETIC APPLICATIONS
CHEMICAL APPLICATIONS
CATALYSTS
Table 39 : MATERIAL SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS FOR CATALYSTS
NUCLEAR APPLICATIONS
SEPARATION MEMBRANES AND FILTERS
OTHER APPLICATIONS

Chapter 6: OVERALL U.S. MARKETS 4 $209

OPTICAL APPLICATIONS
ELECTRONIC APPLICATIONS
STRUCTURAL APPLICATIONS
CHEMICAL APPLICATIONS
BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS

Chapter 7: FOREIGN COMPETITION 4 $209

JAPAN
EUROPE
WORLD MARKETS

Chapter 8: APPENDIX 18 $940

PROFILES OF SELECTED COMPANIES IN THE BUSINESS OF SOL-GEL TECHNOLOGIES AND PRODUCTS

List of Tables

Summary Table : U.S. AND WORLD MARKETS FOR SOL-GEL PRODUCTS, THROUGH 2019
Table 1 : FORECAST FOR THE U.S. SOL-GEL MARKET BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2019
Table 2 : GLOBAL FORECAST FOR THE SOL-GEL PRODUCTS MARKET BY REGION, THROUGH 2019
Table 3 : U.S. COMPANIES INVOLVED IN SOL-GEL
Table 4 : CHRONOLOGICAL HIGHLIGHTS OF SOL-GEL PRODUCTS
Table 5 : SELECTED COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS AND APPLICATIONS
Table 6 : ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF THE CONVENTIONAL SOL-GEL PROCESS
Table 7 : DOPANTS AND RESULTANT PROPERTIES
Table 8 : CHEMAT TECHNOLOGY'S SOLUBLE POLYMERIC METAL ORGANIC OXOALKOXIDE PRECURSORS
Table 9 : CHARACTERISTICS OF SOL-GEL PRODUCTS
Table 10 : POWDER PRECURSORS AND RESULTANT COMPOSITIONS
Table 11 : COATING PRECURSORS AND RESULTANT COMPOSITIONS
Table 12 : ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF SOL-GEL COATING METHODS
Table 13 : PROCESSES FOR MAKING THICK COATINGS
Table 14 : COMPARISON OF COATING METHODS
Table 15 : COATING THICKNESSES FOR A VARIETY OF COATINGS
Table 16 : APPLICATIONS OF SOL-GEL FILMS AND COATINGS
Table 17 : APPLICATIONS OF SOL-GEL GLASSES
Table 18 : TYPICAL PROPERTIES OF AEROGELS
Table 19 : APPLICATIONS OF AEROGELS
Table 20 : TYPICAL PROPERTIES OF STANDARD AEROGEL PRODUCTS
Table 21 : COMPARISON OF PROPERTIES OF COMMERCIAL REINFORCING FIBERS
Table 22 : TAILORED COMPOSITES USING SOL-GEL
Table 23 : MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF SOL-GEL COMPOSITES
Table 24 : SOL-GEL COATINGS FOR FIBERS
Table 25 : TYPICAL COMPOSITE PROPERTIES MADE FROM FREEZE GELATION
Table 26 : ORGANIC/INORGANIC MATERIAL SYSTEMS AND PROPERTIES
Table 27 : OPTICAL AND OPTO-ELECTRONIC PRODUCTS AND APPLICATIONS
Table 28 : PROPERTIES OF NHC SERIES FOR PROTECTION OF ELECTRODES
Table 29 : SUMMARY OF SOL-GEL LASER SYSTEMS
Table 30 : COMPARISON OF GRIN PROCESSING METHODS
Table 31 : MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS FOR FERROELECTRIC THIN FILMS
Table 32 : COMPARISON OF ABRASIVE PROPERTIES
Table 33 : ADVANTAGES OF SG WHEELS
Table 34 : ANNUAL PERFORMANCE OF FLAT SOLAR COLLECTORS
Table 35 : PROPERTIES OF NEXTEL FIBERS
Table 36 : APPLICATIONS AND MARKETS FOR NEXTEL FIBERS
Table 37 : STRENGTH OF TECHNIWEAVE COMPOSITES
Table 38 : APPLICATIONS OF BIOACTIVE GLASSES AND GLASS-CERAMICS
Table 39 : MATERIAL SYSTEMS AND APPLICATIONS FOR CATALYSTS
Table 40 : TYPICAL APPLICATIONS OF CERAMIC MEMBRANES
Table 41 : COMPARISON OF DECORATIVE COATINGS
Table 42 : FORECAST FOR THE U.S. OPTICAL APPLICATIONS MARKET, THROUGH 2019
Table 43 : U.S. MARKETS FOR SOL-GEL IN ELECTRONIC APPLICATIONS, THROUGH 2019
Table 44 : FORECAST FOR THE U.S. STRUCTURAL APPLICATIONS MARKET, THROUGH 2019
Table 45 : FORECAST FOR THE U.S. CHEMICAL APPLICATIONS MARKET, THROUGH 2019
Table 46 : FORECAST FOR THE U.S. BIOMEDICAL APPLICATIONS MARKET, THROUGH 2019
Table 47 : SOL-GEL PRODUCTS COMMERCIALIZED IN JAPAN
Table 48 : GLOBAL FORECAST FOR THE SOL-GEL PRODUCTS MARKET, THROUGH 2019

List of Figures

Summary Figure : U.S. AND WORLD MARKETS FOR SOL-GEL PRODUCTS,
Figure 1 : U.S. SOL-GEL MARKET SHARES BY APPLICATION, 2013-2019
Figure 2 : GLOBAL MARKET SHARE BY COUNTRY/REGION, 2013 AND 2019
Figure 3 : PROCESS FOR WATER-BASED ZIRCONIA SOLS
Figure 4 : GENERIC FLOWCHART OF THE SOL-GEL PROCESS
Figure 5 : FLOWCHART FOR THE FLAKE MANUFACTURING PROCESS
Figure 6 : FLOWCHART FOR MAKING VANADIUM-BASED PIGMENTS
Figure 7 : PROCESS FOR MAKING PINK PIGMENTS
Figure 8 : PROCESS FOR MAKING YELLOW-GREEN PIGMENTS
Figure 9 : SCHEMATIC OF DIP-COATING
Figure 10 : SCHEMATIC OF SPIN COATING
Figure 11 : SCHEMATIC OF MENISCUS COATING
Figure 12 : SCHEMATIC OF LIQUID PHASE DEPOSITION
Figure 13 : PROCESS FOR MAKING 3M CERAMIC FIBERS
Figure 14 : COMPOSITE PROCESS INCORPORATING DIFFERENT
Figure 15 : FLOWCHART FOR MAKING FIBER LAMINATE COMPOSITES
Figure 16 : SCHEMATIC OF THE EMBOSSING PROCESS
Figure 17 : SCHEMATIC OF TITANIA SOLAR CELL
Figure 18 : SCHEMATIC FOR MAKING OPTICAL FIBER
Figure 19 : FLOW DIAGRAM FOR SRAL2O4: EU, DY VIA SOL-GEL
Figure 20 : FLOWCHART OF SBT FILM PROCESS
Figure 21 : METHOD FOR MAKING ZNO POWDERS
Figure 22 : SCHEMATIC OF CUBITRON 321 PROCESS
Figure 23 : PROCESS FOR MAKING SILICA-TITANIA FILMS
Figure 24 : PROCESS FLOWCHARTS FOR MAKING SOL-GEL MEMBRANES

Date of Publication:
Jun 10, 2014
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