Published on : May 30, 2016
ALBANY, New York, May 30, 2016: A new report, titled ‘Global Commercial Aircraft Turbine Blades and Vanes Market 2016-2020,’ featured on ResearchMoz.us states that the market is expected to expand at a 5.85% CAGR during the period between 2016 and 2020 owing to the constant rise in the sales of aircrafts and aero-engines.
Turbine blades and vanes are primarily present in the low-pressure turbine (LPT) and high-pressure turbine (HPT) sections. As they need to operate at very high pressure and temperatures, turbine blades and vanes are made up of superalloys. These superalloys can survive severe operating conditions.
Blades are primarily responsible for extracting energy from high-pressure and high-temperature gas that is formed by the combustor. Turbine blades are the limiting components of gas turbines. To survive in difficult environments, turbine blades use materials such as superalloys and various cooling methods such as boundary layer cooling, thermal barrier coatings, and internal air channels. High dynamic stress causes blade fatigue failure in steam turbines. Friction dampers are commonly used to protect turbine blades from high dynamic stresses.
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Over the past few years, there has been tremendous demand for commercial aircraft turbine blades and vanes across the globe. The constant rise in the number of aircraft sold is the main reason behind the growing demand for commercial aircraft turbine blades and vanes. With technological advancements, leading players in the global market are expected to introduce advanced commercial aircraft turbine blades and vanes. With the entry of new companies, the global market for commercial aircraft turbine blades and vanes is expected to be highly competitive in the years to come. This will also promote the introduction of new aircraft turbine blades and vanes by leading players and the new entrants.
However, technical difficulties in restoring and repairing turbine blades and vanes of commercial aircraft are predicted to hamper the growth of the global market in the years to come. Going forward, leading players in the global commercial aircraft turbine blades and vanes market are expected to use new materials to make these products more efficient and durable.
The global commercial aircraft turbine blades and vanes market is segmented on the basis of region and aircraft size configuration. By region, the global commercial aircraft turbine blades and vanes market is divided into the Americas, EMEA, and Asia Pacific. GE Aviation, GKN Aerospace, Rolls Royce, Turbocam, UTC Aerospace, Chromalloy, Hi-Tek Manufacturing, Moeller Aerospace, Snecma, and Turbocam International are some of the prominent players operating in the global commercial aircraft turbine blades and vanes market.
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