Presentation on theme: "Nanotechnology - A Transformative Opportunity Learn about: What is nanotechnology? How can the forest products industry use nanotechnology? What are cellulose."— Presentation transcript:
Nanotechnology - A Transformative Opportunity Learn about: What is nanotechnology? How can the forest products industry use nanotechnology? What are cellulose nanomaterials? nanotechnology? How can the forest products industry use
Open our Minds… Maniac World The Forest Products Industry is poised to unlock big innovations using the tiny yet powerful science of nanotechnology. to new possibilities. See the world differently.
What is nanotechnology? The science, engineering, and technology conducted a the nanoscale – about 1-100 nanometers (1 meter = 1 billion nanometers). U.S. National Nanotechnology Initiative:
How can it help the Forest Products Industry? Producing & Using Renewable and Sustainable Nanomaterials Cellulose Nanomaterials Extracted from woody biomass, grasses Bacterial, algae and tunicate sources also being studied Clays & Minerals Working on layer-by-layer deposition and have shown improved strength with Kaolin clays on coated papers Applications include: barriers, tougher coatings, flame resistance, higher stiffness on lighter weight coated paper and board
Cellulose nanomaterials from trees Whispering Crane Institute Trees are made of the most abundant biopolymer on earth – cellulose. New technology allows us to access the basic components of cellulose called cellulose nanomaterials. These components can be used to develop amazing new products that will change our lives and help sustain our planet.
Oxygen Carbon Dioxide Water There are more forests today than 100 years ago in the U.S. Annually, there are over 1.5 BILLION trees planted in the U.S. alone, and Europe experiences similar growth and sustainability. These new trees generate oxygen and remove carbon dioxide to help the earth combat climate change. These trees also become the source of thousands of diverse products we depend on every day… Why trees?
Cliff Haven Church Blog Innovation Opportunity Cellulose nanomaterials can produce renewable materials for a broad range of applications Cellulose fibers in trees are also a source for making everyday products better, and creating new classes of sustainable products that protect the environment and create jobs. Cellulose nanocrystals, as small as a few atoms, are exceptionally strong structures -- even more so than steel -- yet very light. They are the key to creating high-tech materials for cutting-edge, biodegradable products of the future.
Cellulose Nanomaterials can be produced in tens of millions of ton quantities Opportunities For Renewable Nanomaterials Light Weight Nano Composites Batteries and Super-Capacitors High Efficiency Filters Reinforced Polymers Bio Plastics Nano Coatings Sensors Flexible Displays Photonic Devices Nano Membranes Multifunctional Packaging
Wood Composites Wood Construction Packaging Printing Chemical Industry Energy Services Consulting Automation Machinery Aerospace Industry Automotive Industry Academia Information Technology
High Volume Cellulose Nanomaterials - Potential Applications- World Market and/or Application Estimates extrapolated using GDP (except Cement and Automotive Applications) Market Penetration Low Tonnes (Millions) Reasonable Tonnes (Millions) High Tonnes (Millions) Cement04.138.25 Automotive Body188.8.131.52 Automotive Interior0.40.60.7 Packaging Coatings4.05.36.3 Paper Coatings184.108.40.206 Paper Filler220.127.116.11 Packaging Filler18.104.22.168 Replacement for Plastic Packaging22.214.171.124 Plastic Film Replacement126.96.36.199 Hygiene and Absorbent Products188.8.131.52 Textiles for Clothing184.108.40.206 TOTALS18.332.856.5 Reference: John Cowie, E.M. (Ted) Bilek, Theodore H. Wegner, and Jo Anne Shatkin, "Projections of Cellulose Nano-Material Enabled Products - Part 2. Volume Estimates," in press 2013.
Low Volume Cellulose Nanomaterials - Potential Applications- World Market and/or Application Estimates extrapolated using GDP (except Cement and Automotive Applications) Market Penetration Low Tonnes (Millions) Reasonable Tonnes (Millions) High Tonnes (Millions) Wallboard Facing0.0250.0510.076 Insulation0.2220.5560.778 Aerospace Structures0.0030.0080.013 Aerospace Interiors0.0230.0320.046 Aerogels for the Oil and Gas Industry0.6941.3892.083 Architectural Paint0.0230.0560.093 Special Purpose Paint0.0560.0830.111 Paint for OEM Applications0.0280.0560.083 TOTALS1.0752.2303.284 Reference: John Cowie, E.M. (Ted) Bilek, Theodore H. Wegner, and Jo Anne Shatkin, "Projections of Cellulose Nano-Material Enabled Products - Part 2. Volume Estimates," in press 2013.
Performance (logarithmic scale) Cost (logarithmic scale) Nanomaterials Cost versus Performance Wood flour $0.10 - $0.20/kg Cellulose Nano Crystals Organoclays ~ $2.00/kg Carbon Nanotubes Up to $100,000/kg
Division Mission Why We are Here Division Mission To serve as the leading global forum for the community of individuals, organizations and institutions seeking to collectively advance the use of nanotechnology within the forest products industry, and support the development, production and use of renewable or sustainable nanomaterials for all industries. ConceptLab Scale Demo Scale Product
Division Vision What Is Important To Us The International Nanotechnology Division works to: Advance Research and Development Educate and Network Develop Applications, Standards & Resources Division Top Priority: Raise Awareness
Division Leadership Chair Sean Ireland Verso Paper Corp. Co-Chair Phil Jones Imerys Secretary Ted Wegner USDA Forest Service
The Technical Program Team Team Activities Guide Annual Conference Planning Recommend Locations and Co-chairs for future conferences Coordinating with Division Leadership Identify/Coordinate Special Topic Symposiums ACS-Cellulose Session e.g. Colloids, biocomposites, etc. Identify/Coordinate Course for Development or Offering TAPPI, Other Societies, Associations Sessions at Conferences, online tools Technical: (processing, applications characterization, etc. Robert Moon US Forest Service Team Leaders Yaman Boluk University of Alberta
Marketing and Promotions Team Team Activities Promoting Nanotechnology Developing materials to promote the Division and Nanotechnology Campus Outreach (University, High School, Middle School) Developing grade-level materials and curriculum to promote nanotechnology Industry Outreach Engaging professionals from the forest products and other industries Patrice Mangin University of Quebec-Tres Revoirs Team Leaders John Cowie Cowie & Company LLC
Product Resources & Development Team Team Activities Books and Publications Cellulose Nanomaterials Book Standards and TIPs Development TAPPI Terminology Standard International Nanotechnology Standards Coordination Committee Hosting 3 rd Workshop Education – Webinars, Course Development Webinar Series Nano360 Newsletter Mike Bilodeau, University of Maine Team Leader Vacant: Co Team Leader from Europe or South America Webinar Coordinator Sandeep Kulkarni Pepsico
NANO360° i s a free e-mail resource providing members and non-members with comprehensive knowledge of global events, publications and announcements on sustainable nanomaterials. The mission of Nano360° is to provide our members with knowledge of global events, publications and announcements on sustainable nanomaterials. This newsletter is a great way to stay informed. Topics include: Research and Discoveries New Reports New Peer-Reviewed Publications Nanocellulose in the News Nano Happenings across the Globe Other Content Submissions should be emailed to email@example.com
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SAVE THE DATE! 2014 International Nanotechnology Conference on Renewable Materials 23-26 June, 2014 Fairmont Hotel Vancouver Vancouver, BC Canada "We All Meet at the Atom!" Sean Ireland
Nanotechnology, Forest Products and the Future: Small Technology. Big Impact for Our Planet. The world will continue to demand more sustainable, green products, and the forest products industry is ready to provide them while ensuring sound environmental stewardship. The TAPPI International Nanotechnology Division is ready for this challenge
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