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Light & Engineering 26 (2)

Light & Engineering 26 (2)

Volume 26
Date of publication 07/01/2018
Pages 167-173


LED Industrial Spatial Structure and its Evolution Trend in Hangzhou Bay Area, China . L&E 26 (2) 2018
Articles authors:
Haiwei Fu

Doctor of Engineering, Associate Professor. Graduated from the Shanghai Maritime University. Fellow of the Ningbo University of Technology of China

The numbers of spatial scale structural dimensions and associated structural dimensions in the light emitting diode (LED) industry in Hangzhou Bay Area, China since 2002 were estimated through the fractal method for the prediction of the future evolution trend of the industry. We found that the spatial structure of the LED industry in that area is of strong monopoly but tends to be generally optimal and stable. The morphology in which the main enterprises concentrate in a linear space contributes to the interactions among the enterprises; future spatial structure of LED industry in Hangzhou Bay Area will be a stable state. Changes in external environments and the interaction between internal industrial factors constitute the basic dynamic mechanism for the formation and evolution of LED industrial spatial structure in the Hangzhou Bay Area.
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