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The new material policy leads the future development direction

in 2011, the general report of the 12th Five Year Plan for the development of strategic emerging industries and the relevant plans for the seven major strategic emerging industries, led by the national development and Reform Commission and participated by relevant ministries and commissions, were submitted to the State Council

according to the calculation of China's GDP development speed and scale in recent years, the added value of strategic emerging industries is expected to be about 4.3 trillion yuan by 2015 and 11.4 trillion yuan by 2020. In order to achieve the above development goals, it is expected that strategic emerging industries will achieve an average annual growth rate of 24.1% from 2011 to 2015 and 21.3% from 2016 to 2020

according to the "12th Five Year Plan" for the development of new materials industry, new materials worthy of special attention in the future mainly include: high-performance silicone materials, composites, energy-saving and environmental protection materials, high-performance fluorosilicone materials, etc

in the field of organosilicon, during the "12th Five Year Plan", the state will raise the industrial access threshold for general-purpose, medium and low-end chemical new material products such as organosilicon and polyformaldehyde, and curb low-level repeated construction. On the basis of the success of industrial demonstration, vigorously develop high-end products with high added value and environment-friendly. Encourage advantageous enterprises to carry out mergers and acquisitions, promote the integration, large-scale and large-scale of upstream and downstream industrial chains, and form several new chemical material bases such as special rubber, engineering plastics and high-performance composites

the high-performance composite materials mentioned in the plan refer to new materials with special materials and structures composed of two or more heterogeneous, heterogeneous and heterogeneous materials (one as matrix and the other as reinforcement). Including resin matrix composites, carbon/carbon composites, ceramic matrix composites, metal matrix composites, carbon fibers, aramid fibers, ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene fibers and other high-performance reinforcing fibers. At present, China has made some progress in the fields of carbon fuse fiber, aramid fiber and ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene fiber, but it is still difficult to meet the demand of downstream fields

<3. The sliding surface of the inlaid steel plate in contact with the lining plate and the dovetail groove surface on the lining plate should be kept clean p> the accountability system will be implemented for energy conservation and emission reduction in the 12th Five Year Plan. At the end of 2011, the "12th Five Year Plan" energy conservation and emission reduction targets have been issued to all provinces and cities, and local governments that have not completed the task will be held accountable. In order to improve the quality of economic growth, the domestic economic growth rate fell to 7%-8% during the 12th Five Year Plan period. Binding indicators for energy conservation and emission reduction include a 16% reduction in energy consumption per unit of GDP and a 17% reduction in carbon intensity. Relevant energy-saving materials include polyurethane materials, PS materials, etc

in the field of fluorine-containing materials, the elimination of HCFCs in China in 2030 will bring huge market opportunities. The Chinese government and the Executive Committee of the multilateral fund reached an agreement on reducing the use of hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) in recent days, when creep data can be obtained from tensile tests carried out at high temperatures. As the largest producer and consumer of hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs), China has received US $265million in funding to reduce the use of HCFCs by 2015. In recent years, the use of HCFCs in China has surged, accounting for 58% of the use in developing countries in 2009

in addition, China has made a longer-term commitment, that is, with the support of the multilateral fund, China will completely phase out HCFCs by 2030. The elimination of traditional fluorine-containing refrigerants will bring huge market space to relevant substitutes

in general, policy support determines the development direction and speed of the new material industry With the introduction of relevant supporting policies, various new materials will develop rapidly during the "12th Five Year Plan"

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