Carbon Fibre Production from a Polymer via Carbonization

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Analysis Basis : Germany

Period of Analysis : Q3 2019

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This report presents a detailed cost analysis of carbon fibre production from a polymer using carbonization. Before carbonization, the long strands of fibre are drawn to form a polymer filament yarn. This yarn is then heated at a very high temperature to promote carbonization, as heating expels most of the non-carbon atoms. Thus, spinning, stabilizing, carbonizing, treating the surface, and sizing, results in the formation of carbon fibres.

 

The project economic analysis provided in the report discusses a Germany-based plant and encorporates:

 

  • Manufacturing Process
    • Process Flow
    • Material Flow
    • Material Balance
  • Raw Material and Product/s Specifications
    • Raw Material Consumption
    • Product and Co-Product Generation
    • Capital Investment
  • Land and Site Cost
    • Offsites/Civil Works
    • Equipment Cost
    • Auxiliary Equipment Cost
    • Contingency
    • Engineering and Consulting Charges
    • Working Capital
  • Variable Cost
    • Raw Material
    • Utilities
  • Fixed Cost
    • Labor Requirement & Wages
    • Overhead Expenses
    • Maintenance Charges
  • Financing Costs
    • Interest on Working Capital
    • Interest on Loans
  • Depreciation Charges
  • General Sales and Admin Costs
  • Production Cost Summary

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