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Low And High Temperature Superconductor Wire: Beyond Magnetic Resonance Imaging To Electrical Equipment And Then Fusion Power - Global Markets, Technologies and Competitors: 2015-2020 Analysis And Forecasts
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|Low And High Temperature Superconductor Wire: Beyond Magnetic Resonance Imaging To Electrical Equipment And Then Fusion Power - Global Markets, Technologies and Competitors: 2015-2020 Analysis And Forecasts|
|Published: December 8, 2015||Content info: 323 Pages||
Superconductivity-the absence of electrical resistance in certain materials at very low temperatures-continues to be of great scientific, technological and commercial interest. The purpose of Superconductors is to generate high magnetic fields. And in terms of magnetic fields, Superconductors rule.
It has been 104 years since the initial discovery of superconductivity in 1911. Since then, only one, major commercial application has developed: Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) in the 1980s. Even so, MRI along with other superconductor applications has developed into a global market worth billions.
A renaissance of superconductivity applications could appear in the next 3-7 years (2018-2023) and will be based not on incremental progress in the existing technologies but rather on a radical breakthrough in a different, highly attractive and rapidly growing industries, including clean energy and electric power equipment.
The primary focus of this report is Superconductor Wire-both Low Temperature and High Temperature. Superconductor Wire is what makes Superconductivity applications possible.
The secondary focus of this report is on applications for Superconductor Wire. The major application for Superconductor Wire to date is magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanners. MRI technologies and markets are thus examined in detail in this report.
The question is: what will be the next generation commercial applications for Superconductor Wire? At present, the new applications are thought to be electrical equipment and nuclear fusion power. So, both these technologies and potential markets are discussed in detail in this report.
Included in the report are detailed analyses of:
The report also includes comprehensive evaluations of:
Additionally, profiles of 24 leading foreign and U.S. Superconductor wire manufacturers are given, along with 30 tables and 115 figures.