Superconducting Magnets Market to Grow at 0.88% CAGR During the Period 2017-2021
Category: #world  By Dhananjay Punekar  Date: 2017-05-10
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Superconducting Magnets Market to Grow at 0.88% CAGR During the Period 2017-2021 global superconducting magnets market report that lists top companies as Siemens, Sumitomo Electric Industries, and Columbus Superconductors. Other Prominent Vendors in the market are: Agilent Technologies, American Magnetics, and Bruker. Commenting on the report, an analyst team said: ?One trend in market is partnerships between interventional MRI image guided systems and pharmacological companies. Partnership with pharmaceutical companies and clinical studies to check the efficacy of both MRI image guided system, and pharmacological products can improve the sales of products after the regulatory approval. It is a strategy used by the companies to compete with other companies, which can increase the sales of interventional MRI-guided systems by expanding the range of applications.? According to the report, one driver in market is more power required for smaller spaces. Superconducting materials are a paradigm shift in terms of offering a solution to the problems of efficiency and energy distribution. The increase in energy consumption and the densification of the urban areas is a serious electric utility problem. The superconductor's ability to transact high current densities is a highly compact technological alternative to conventional copper lines. Superconducting cables have a 10 times higher capacity compared to conventional cables carrying transmission-level power at distribution voltages. These features of superconductors are crucial when electricity is produced at a very long distance away from the places it is used. Superconducting cables have a much smaller footprint as compared to traditional distribution and transmission lines. Further, the report states that one challenges in market is limited demand for maglev trains. Japan has intense competition from France and China for high-speed rail transport. The country has not found any buyers for its maglev technology despite its aggressive marketing strategies. Japan has plans to build a high-speed maglev line from Tokyo to Osaka leading on to Nagoya. This construction of this segment in between Tokyo and Nagoya is expected to be completed by 2027 and costs $46 billion. The line to Osaka is expected to be connected by 2045 at an overall project cost of $76 billion. Train technology is dependent on magnetic power to float the cars above the ground preventing friction with the steel tracks. The trains start off by running on wheels and later, and when they pick up speed, the superconducting magnets take over and induce the lift. High construction costs and uncertain demands are the reason for resistance to plans for high-speed rails in the UK and the US. The study was conducted using an objective combination of primary and secondary information including inputs from key participants in the industry. The report contains a comprehensive market and vendor landscape in addition to a SWOT analysis of the key vendors.


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Dhananjay Punekar presently develops content for a slew of portals, including Market Size Forecasters and Algosonline. A post graduate in mathematics and business administration, he worked in Infosys BPO Limited prior to switching his professional genre. As a content wr...

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