Global bio-inspired and nano-engineered surfaces market size was estimated to exceed USD 900 million by 2022 and is anticipated to witness a significant growth from 2015 to 2022. Growing demand for advanced materials with increased resilience to chemical and physical impacts in construction and energy sectors is expected to drive product demand over the forecast period.
Nano-engineered surfaces are expected to enhance performance of various consumer products and industrial processes. Increasing reliance of self-cleaning glass products on photocatalytic coatings is expected to drive product demand over the forecast period. Other markets that have witnessed commercial development of this technology include aviation, biomedical, electronics, energy, textiles, automotive, and architectural materials.
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Recent developments in plant leaves, gecko feet, and crustaceans research are expected to drive bio-inspired structures demand over the forecast period. Product innovations in developing micro/nano-textured materials are expected to gain large scale commercialization in aviation industry.
Research on liquid repelling structures such as lotus leaves has steered the development of nano textured slippery surfaces. Mobility of liquid droplets enhances the performance of heat exchangers and prevention of icing on aircraft wings. While conventional ones cause additional cost for droplet removal, slippery surfaces would enhance droplet mobility and collection.
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Vapor removal in oil & gas refining is a costly setback for the petroleum industry. Pumping of emulsion to the top layer requires additional power supply and time during oil and water separation process. Fabrication of the thermoplastic membrane in addition to chemical treatments would help to control the membrane’s permeability and droplet mobility. Such separation efficiencies would enhance hydrophobicity of the membrane and instigate new research in other filtration and separation applications.
Increasing demand for metallic structures in construction and automotive sectors would be influenced by varying climatic conditions and increase impact of corrosion on metallic surfaces. Cost of corrosion is related to both manufacturing and maintenance of the equipment. This is expected to drive requirement of metal protective and encapsulation systems to provide sonochemically enhanced surfaces with increased durability.
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