Global Aircraft Auxiliary Power Unit Market report information by Aircraft Type (Fixed Wing (Wide body, Narrow body, others), Rotary Wing, UAV), Platform (Commercial, Military), by Product (Battery, Electric Ground Power), & by Region-Forecast till 2023| “Aircraft Auxiliary Power Unit Market is estimated to witness a CAGR of more than 4% during the forecast period 2018 to 2023.”
An auxiliary power unit (APU) is a device on an aircraft that supplies energy for various purposes other than thrust force for engine. The primary function of an aircraft APU is to provide power to start the main engines of an aircraft. Turbine engines in aircraft must be propelled to a high rotational speed to provide necessary air compression to maintain a desired efficiency of the engine. Smaller jet engines are generally given initial propulsion by an electric motor, while larger engines are generally propelled by an air turbine motor. Before the start of engines, the APU is triggered, generally by a battery. As soon as the APU starts running, it supplies power to start the airplane’s main engines.
The APU can also act as a back-up power generator, in exceptionally rare circumstances when both engines fail. Aircraft APUs generally produce 115 V alternating current (AC) at 400 Hz, used to power the electrical systems of the aircraft. APUs can deliver power through a single-phase or a three-phase system.
On the basis of Aircraft type, the market can be segmented into fixed wing aircraft segment, and wide body aircraft segment. Airbus has thoughtfully moved towards “more-electric” aircraft systems, and accordingly it replaced one of the three hydraulic systems in A380 with two electric systems. This “two-plus-two” systems architecture was then recurrent on the A350. This shift from hydraulic systems to electric systems by various aircraft companies will tend to increase the aircraft auxiliary power unit market in upcoming years.
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On the basis of platforms, the two segments are military and commercial. Within the military aircraft segment, fighter jets are usually considered to have an average life span between 40 to 50 years, while the average life span for an APU is between five to seven years; this means that an aircraft will have more than six retro fitments of APU on average, during its serviceable life. The integration of newer onboard weapon systems and avionics systems have also augmented the demand for retro-fitment of newer and powerful APU.
Moreover, cost of a military aircraft ranges in hundreds of millions, which makes it difficult for budget conscious defense ministries to acquire newer aircraft on a regular basis and increases their dependency on retrofitting of aircrafts.
The emergence of 3D printing technologies will be one of the key trends that will contribute to the growth of the aircraft APU market during the forecast period. 3D printing or additive manufacturing is increasingly implemented by aircraft part manufacturers to develop cabin interiors and complex engine parts for their commercial aircrafts. The application of 3D printing reduces warehouse management, ensures less wastage of materials, and decreases production costs. Moreover, the implementation of 3D printing in aerospace manufacturing will also offer long-term sustainability and ensure better performance of the aircraft APU.
The usage of APU to crank up the aircraft engines has been extremely helpful, but the noise and vibration produced causes uneasiness to both the cabin as well as the cockpit members. To overcome this challenge, APU Original Equipment Manufacturers, in cooperation with aircraft manufacturers, have been carrying out significant research; this has led to the introduction of APU arrangement support systems on an aircraft. However, technological advancement is also a threat to this market, as the move towards electric-powered flight may make switching the APU with high-power battery systems possible within the next two decades. Airbus and Boeing have already started using batteries to start the APU, and the next step may very well be replacing the APU itself.
Aircraft Auxiliary Power Unit Market is estimated to witness a CAGR of more than 4% during the forecast period 2018 to 2023.
North America is projected to lead the aircraft auxiliary power unit market due to presence of key manufacturers in the region. European market, led by Germany, France, U.K and Russia, is also projected to observe substantial growth in aircraft auxiliary power unit market during the forecast period. Increasing number of noise control mandates at the airports by the government authorities is a key driving factor for aircraft auxiliary power unit global market.
Asia Pacific aircraft auxiliary power unit market will witness strong growth due to increasing demand from commercial and military aircrafts. Growing population, along with high productivity attained in aviation industry, are the key factors for industry growth. Moreover, favorable government policies encouraging investment in military and civil aviation sector will further benefit the aircraft auxiliary power unit market in the coming years.
Latin American market, headed by Mexico, Brazil and Argentina, is likely to witness significant growth during the forecast period. Growing investments in the region and favorable trade policies will fuel the business growth in the region.
The key players in aircraft auxiliary power unit market are AEGIS Power Systems, Inc. (U.S.), AEROSILA (Russia), Honeywell International Inc (U.S.), Hamilton Sundstrand Corp (U.S.), Kinetics Ltd. (Israel), Technodinamika (Russia), Safran Power Units (France), Rolls-Royce plc. (England), UNITED TECHNOLOGIES (U.S.), and United Technologies Corporation—Pratt & Whitney Division (U.S.).
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LIST OF TABLES:
Table 1 Global Aircraft Auxiliary Power Unit Market: By Region, 2018-2024
Table 2 North America Aircraft Auxiliary Power Unit Market: By Country, 2018-2024
Table 3 Europe Aircraft Auxiliary Power Unit Market: By Country, 2018-2024
Table 4 Asia Pacific Aircraft Auxiliary Power Unit Market: By Country, 2018-2024
Table 5 Middle East & Africa Aircraft Auxiliary Power Unit Market: By Country, 2018-2024
Table 6 South America Aircraft Auxiliary Power Unit Market: By Country, 2018-2024
Table 7 Global Aircraft Auxiliary Power Unit Market, By Aircraft Type, By Regions, 2018-2024
Table 8 North America Aircraft Auxiliary Power Unit Market, By Aircraft Type, By Country, 2018-2024
Table 9 Europe Aircraft Auxiliary Power Unit Market, By Aircraft Type, By Country, 2018-2024
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