• 1. The Changing Relationship between Civil and Military Innovation
  • 2. The Economic of Advanced Material’s Innovation and the Role of”Extreme Businesses”
  • 2.1 Price-Performance Improvements Driving the Application of New Materials
  • 2.2 Unique Customer Demands and Regulatory Forces Driving New Materials
  • 2.3 Understanding the Dynamics of the Innovation Process for New Materials is Critical
  • 3. Advanced Materials in Gas Turbines
  • 3.1 Technical Introduction to Gas Turbines
  • 3.2 Advanced Materials in Gas Turbines for Power Plants
  • 3.3 Materials Innovation in Stationary Gas Turbines
  • 4. Changing Relationship between Stationary Gas Turbines and Aeroengines
  • 4.1 End of the Traditional Pattern: Aero-derivative Technologies
  • 4.2 Price-Performance Improvements of Power Plants as Trigger of Materials Innovation in Stationary GTs
  • 4.3 Regulatory Changes as Trigger of Materials Innovation in Stationary GTs
  • 4.4 Competition amongst Manufactures: The Race for Efficiency
  • 5. Reverse Knowledge Transfer and Innovation Policy
  • References