Market Research Report
Advanced Ceramics and Nanoceramic Powders
|Published by||BCC Research||Product code||203839|
|Published||Content info||159 Pages
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|Advanced Ceramics and Nanoceramic Powders|
|Published: March 10, 2016||Content info: 159 Pages||
The global market for advanced and nanoscale ceramic powders will grow from nearly $14.6 billion in 2016 to $22.3 billion by 2021 with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8.9% for the period of 2016-2021.
For the various advanced ceramic and nanoscale powder types (oxides, carbides, nitrides, borides), the report provides an analysis of the material types in each category along with processing technologies, properties, applications, suppliers, prices and markets.
The technologies utilized in current commercial advanced ceramic powders and nanoscale powders reviewed in the report are categorized as being chemical and vapor- or gas-phase methodologies. The bulk of the technologies used in commercial production, such as the precipitation and sol-gel methods, are chemical based.
The qualitative and quantitative determinations embodied in this report are a valuable contribution to the current knowledge of advanced and nanoscale ceramic powders and their processing techniques, applications and markets. This information would be useful to companies that are facing decisions about their strategies for expansion or entering new business sectors.
The original BCC Research report on this topic was authored by Dr. Thomas Abraham, who was previously Vice President and Director of the Advanced Materials Group of BCC Research. He authored BCC Research reports on a number of advanced materials technologies including advanced ceramic components, synthetic diamonds, magnetic materials, high-performance coatings and high-temperature superconductors.
The analyst responsible for updating the report is Andrew McWilliams, a partner in the Boston-based international technology and marketing consulting firm, 43rd Parallel LLC. Mr. McWilliams is the author of numerous other BCC studies, including those in ceramic-related fields.