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Superconductivity: The 7th Era and Coming Revolution in Power, Energy, Electronics, Computers, Communications, Transportation, Space and Beyond – Technologies, Applications, Markets, Competitors and Opportunities: 2011-2020 Analysis and Forecasts

Description:
Superconductivity is the absence of electrical resistance in certain materials at very low temperatures. It has been 100 years since the initial discovery of superconductivity in 1911. Since then only one major commercial application of superconductivity 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.

The superconductor industry has gone through six eras in the last one hundred years and has just entered a new one - the seventh. Major improvements in technology and applications are expected to bring a renaissance of superconductivity during the next 10–15 years. This will be based not on incremental progress in the existing technologies like MRI and HTS (High Temperature Superconductors), but rather on a radical breakthrough in a different, highly attractive and rapidly growing industry; possibly power, clean energy, electronics, communications, transportation, defense, space and beyond.

Due to this rapid growth and major changes in technology, the superconductivity industry landscape will undergo a profound change, bringing huge increases in demand, profits in the billions of US dollars, and competitive upheaval.

This report provides a detailed look at the global superconductivity market in all its aspects, including:

- The last 100 years of superconductivity in terms of science, technology and industry.
- Global market for superconductivity in MRI, Research and Technological Development, New Large-Scale Applications, New Electronic Applications: 2007–2019.
- Global market for superconductivity in Low-Tc Superconductors and High-Tc Superconductors: 2007–2019.
- Total addressable market and growth rates for superconductivity in electric power generation equipment, electric power transmission and distribution equipment, large electric motors, smart grid battery storage: 2000–2019.
- High Temperature Superconductor (HTS) technology and market overview.
- Major opportunities.
- Challenges ahead.
- Price trends.
- Competitive landscape.
- Key strategic issues.

Additionally, profiles of 60 leading foreign and US manufacturers are given, along with 10 tables and 79 figures.
 
Contents:
Executive Summary
– Introduction
– Background
– Methodology and Sources
– Statistical Notes

First 100 Years: Science, Technology and Industry Overview
– Original Discovery
– 100 Year History of Superconductivity by Period
– Era of Science and Discovery
– Era of Technology and Innovation
– Era of Entrepreneurship
– Intermagnetics General Corporation
– Oxford Instruments
– Era of Products and Profits
– Emergence and Rise of Mri
– Evolution of Oxford Instruments
– Ge Re–Enters the Business
– Evolution of Ge Medical Systems Business
– Evolution of Igc
– Era of New Materials and Applications
– American Superconductor Corporation
– Continuing Evolution of Oxford Instruments
– Continuing Evolution of Igc
– Era of Industry Consolidation
– Status of Superconductivity in 2004
– Siemens Acquires Oxford Instruments' Stake
– Acquisition of Igc by Philips
– Future of Superconductivity Technology
– Predicting the Second Superconductivity Breakthrough Application
– Kondratiev Waves and Technology Innovation
– Superconductivity Technology Waves
– Bust Phase of Technology Cycle
– Helium Supply Issues
– Role of Technology Development Centers
– Triple Helix Approach
– Conclusions

Superconductivity Market Overview
– What is Superconductivity?
– 7th Era Begins
– Tres Amigas
– Superconductivity Market Forecasts
– Meti Outlook
– Superconductive Technologies Road Map
– Shift to Dc and the Development of a Superconductivity Market
– Superconductive Zero Electrical Resistance Achievable with Dc but not with Ac
– Power Revolution: Global Power Networks Switch from Ac to Dc for the First Time in 100 Years
– Superconductive Cables–the Energy Superhighway
– Superconductor Cable Market Finally Beginning to Grow
– Mri Superconductor Market
– Magnetic Resonance Imaging Technology Development
– Installed Mri Base
– Mri Field Strength
– Mri Refrigeration
– Future Mri Technology Opportunities
– Global Imaging Equipment Market Size by Modality
– Global Imaging Equipment Market Growth by Modality
– Global Imaging Equipment Market by Region
– Global Imaging Equipment Competitive Landscape
– Global Imaging Equipment Competitive Landscape
– Electric Power Equipment Superconductor Market
– Electric Power Generation Market
– Wind Turbines
– Outlook for Wind Power Generation Technology
– Electric Power Transmission and Distribution Market
– Fault Current Limiters
– Electric Power Large Motor Market
– Superconducting Magnetic Energy Storage
– Wireless Communications Equipment
– Superconductor Wire Price / Technology Trends
– Present Status of Superconductor Wire Price
– Strategies for Superconductor Wire Price Cost Reduction
– Superconductor Wire Price Improvements in 2010
– Goals for Superconductor Wire Performance Improvements
– Superconductor Wire Price Improvements for 2011
– Competitive Environment
– Technology Development Issues
– Strategy Recommendations

High Temperature Superconductor Technology and Market Overview
– Hts Technology Platforms
– Superconductor Wire Overview
– Bscco–Based 1g Wire
– Ybco–Based 2g Wire
– Ibad and Rabits Wire Manufacturing
– Doe Hts Wire Performance Goals
– Wire Performance and Price Requirements
– Near / Mid / Long–Term 2g Wire Performance Goals
– Cryogenics and Cryostats Overview
– Near / Mid / Long–Term Cryogenics and Cryostats Performance Goals
– Dielectrics Overview
– Hts Technology and Engineering Challenges
– Hts Platforms Research Initiatives
– Us Doe Hts Project Areas
– Hts Applications Issues
– Near–Term Potential Hts Applications
– Hts Performance Attributes
– Hts Cost / Performance
– Hts Market Entry / Market Size
– Hts Utility / Energy Applications Value Proposition Summary
– Hts Utility / Energy Applications Performance Attributes
– Hts Utility / Energy Applications Cost / Performance
– Hts Utility / Energy Applications Market Entry Timeframe
– Generalized Technology Commercialization Framework
– Hts Technology Commercialization Framework
– Hts Power Cable Commercialization Timeline
– Other Hts Utility / Energy Applications (Synchronous Condensers, Fault Current Limiters, Industrial Motors, Utility Generators, Wind Generators, Transformers) Commercialization Timelines
– Hts Utility / Energy Us Market Forecast by Application
– Hts Utility / Energy Row Market Forecast by Application
– Hts Utility / Energy Global Market Forecast by Application

Tables
– Global Market for Superconductivity: 2007–2019
– Global Market for Superconductivity in MRI: 2007–2019
– Global Market for Superconductivity in Research and Technological Development: 2007–2019
– Global Market for Superconductivity in New Large-Scale Applications: 2007–2019
– Global Market for Superconductivity in New Electronic Applications: 2007–2019
– Global Market for Low–Tc Superconductors: 2007–2019
– Global Market for High–Tc Superconductors: 2007–2019
– Typical Parameters of Cylindrical MRI Magnets
– Global Power Generation Market: Coal–Fired / Gas–Fired / Nuclear / Hydro / Renewables (USD Billions / Market Shares / Cagr): 2000–2004, 2005–2009, 2010–2014, 2015–2019
–Global Power Generation Market: Coal–Fired (USD Billions / Market Shares / Cagr): 2000–2004, 2005–2009, 2010–2014, 2015–2019
–Global Power Generation Market: Gas–Fired (USD Billions / Market Shares / Cagr): 2000–2004, 2005–2009, 2010–2014, 2015–2019
–Global Power Generation Market: Nuclear (USD Billions / Market Shares / Cagr): 2000–2004, 2005–2009, 2010–2014, 2015–2019
–Global Power Generation Market: Hydro (USD Billions / Market Shares / Cagr): 2000–2004, 2005–2009, 2010–2014, 2015–2019
–Global Power Generation Market: Renewables (USD Billions / Market Shares / Cagr): 2000–2004, 2005–2009, 2010–2014, 2015–2019
–US Power Generation Market: Coal–Fired / Gas–Fired / Nuclear / Hydro / Renewables (USD Billions / Market Shares / Cagr): 2000–2004, 2005–2009, 2010–2014, 2015–2019
–European Power Generation Market: Coal–Fired / Gas–Fired / Nuclear / Hydro / Renewables (USD Billions / Market Shares / Cagr): 2000–2004, 2005–2009, 2010–2014, 2015–2019
–Emerging Asia Power Generation Market: Coal–Fired / Gas–Fired / Nuclear / Hydro / Renewables (USD Billions / Market Shares / Cagr): 2000–2004, 2005–2009, 2010–2014, 2015–2019
–Rest of World Power Generation Market: Coal–Fired / Gas–Fired / Nuclear / Hydro / Renewables (USD Billions / Market Shares / Cagr): 2000–2004, 2005–2009, 2010–2014, 2015–2019
– Global Cumulative Wind Power Capacity (MW): 2007–2030
– Electric Power Transmission and Distribution Equipment Product Categories: Transformers, Switchgear, Insulators & Fittings, Cables & Lines, Control Systems, Turnkey Engineering, Civil Engineering, Utility Management
– Global Electric Power Transmission and Distribution Equipment Market by Product Category (USD Million, Market Share): 2010–2014, 2015–2019, 2010–2019
– Global Electric Power Transmission Equipment Market by Product Category (USD Millions, Market Share): 2010–2014, 2015–2019, 2010–2019
– Global Electric Power Distribution Equipment Market by Product Category (USD Millions, Market Share): 2010–2014, 2015–2019, 2010–2019
– Large Electric Motors for Power Generation Global Market: 2009–2019
– Smart Grid Storage Battery Market: 2009–2019
– Rapidly Decreasing Price of 2G HTS Wire through Technology Advancements: 2004–2010
– Performance Targets of HTS Cable for Practical Use
– Performance Targets of HTS Cable for Asahi Substation
– Schedule of Yokohama Project: 2007–2012
– NEDO Required Specifications for Joint and Termination
– Schematic View of “3–in–One” HTS Joint
– 30–Meter HTS Cable System Configuration
– Cooling System Specifications

Figures
– Electrical Resistance of Mercury Displaying Superconductivity When Cooled to Low Temperatures
– Superconducting Critical Temperatures and the Discovery of New Compounds: 1911–2000
– Critical Superconductor Parameters of Magnetic Field, Temperature, and Current Density
– Major New Technologies as Related to Kondratiev Waves (1780–2007)
– Tres Amigas Superstation
– Superconductivity Market by Application: 2010–2050
– Superconductivity Market Diffusion Assumptions: 2010–2050
– Application Scenarios for Superconductive Technologies: Energy, Electricity
– Application Scenarios for Superconductive Technologies: Industry, Transportation
– Application Scenarios for Superconductive Technologies: Diagnostic, Medical
– Application Scenarios for Superconductive Technologies: Information, Communications
– Conventional and Superconductive Cable Comparison
– Applications and Benefits of High–Temperature Bismuth Superconductive Cable
– MRI Procedures in Developed Countries per Modality: 2007
– Delivered Superconducting MRI Systems by Field Strength: 2008
– Principal Schematic of ZBO Refrigeration
– Medical Imaging Systems Global Market Split by Modality: 2009
– Global Outpatient Medical Imaging Volume Growth by Modality: 2007–2012
– Medical Imaging Systems Global Market Split by Region: 2009
– Medical Imaging Market: List of Key Industry Participants and offerings (Global)
– Fault Current Limiter
– SMES Device
– HTS Technology Platforms
– BSCCO–Based 1G Wire
– 2G YBCO Wire
– IBAD and RABiTS Wire Manufacturing
– DOE HTS Wire Performance Goals
– Wire Performance and Price Requirements for Various Utility Device Applications
– Near / Mid / Long–Term Cryogenics and Cryostats Performance Goals
– HTS Technology and Engineering Challenges by Application
– HTS Wire R&D Initiatives
– HTS Cryogenics and Dielectrics R&D Initiatives
– Examples of DOE HTS Project Areas
– Importance of Performance Attributes by HTS Applications
– HTS Life Cycle Cost vs. Importance of Performance Attributes
– Time Frame for HTS Wire Sales by Application
– HTS Utility / Energy Applications Value Proposition Summary
– HTS Utility / Energy Applications Performance Attributes by Product Category
– HTS Utility / Energy Applications Performance Attributes by Product Category
– HTS Utility / Energy Technology Attribute by Product Category Market Entry Timeframe
– Generalized Technology Commercialization Framework
– HTS Technology Commercialization Framework
– HTS Power Cable Commercialization Timeline
– Other HTS Utility / Energy Applications (Synchronous Condensers, Fault Current Limiters, Industrial Motors, Utility Generators, Wind Generators, Transformers) Commercialization Timelines
– HTS Utility / Energy US Market Forecast by Application: 2030
– HTS Utility / Energy ROW Market Forecast by Application
– HTS Utility / Energy Global Market Forecast by Application
– VASIMR® Schematic
– Tres Amigas SuperStation
– Tres Amigas SuperStation HVDC Terminals
– Tres Amigas SuperStation DC Superconductor Ring, and Energy Storage Battery
– AMSC Power Converters & Complete Design Services
– AMSC's DVAR- an Integrated Array of Dynamic Power Converters
– AMSC Programmable Power Module
– HTS Power Cable Using Cold Dielectric Design
– Selected AMSC Windtec Customers
– Wind Development Projects Planned In China by 2020
– Global Wind Turbine OEM Market Shares: 2009
– AMSC's Chinese Customers
– AMSC Windtec's Global Customer Base
– AMSC's Current & Future Businesses
– Competitive Landscape for Wind Turbine Design & Engineering Services
– Competitive Landscape for Wind Electrical System Components
– 10 Strand Continuously Transposed Cable 66
– General Architecture of 2G HTS Wire
– STI Reactive Co–Evaporation Process
– STI SuperLink® Rx
– STI AmpLink™
– STI Sapphire Cryocooler
– STI HTS Wire Demonstration Unit
– Configuration of the Demonstration System in Asahi Substation
– Transition Temperatures of Superconductors
– Global High–Temperature Superconductive Cable Projects
– SuperPower 2G HTS Wire

Photos
– Structure of “3–in–One” HTS Cable
– DI–BSCCO (Type HT and Type ACT)
– “3–in–One” HTS Joint
– “3–in–One” HTS Termination
– Completed 30–Meter HTS Cable System
– Cooling System
 
Companies Mentioned
- AD Astra Rocket Company
- Advanced Energy Systems
- Agilent Technologies
- Air Liquide Sa
- Alstom SA
- American Magnetics
- American Superconductor Corporation
- Applied Superconductor Ltd.
- Argonne National Laboratory
- Asg Superconductors S.P.A.
- Babcock Noell
- Brookhaven National Lab
- Bruker Corporation
- Buckley Systems Ltd.
- Chart Industries, Inc
- Columbus Superconductors Spa
- Converteam Group Sas
- Communications & Power Industries Llc
- Cryoelectra Gmbh
- D–Wave Systems Inc.
- Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction Company
- Ettore Zanon Spa
- Fujikura Ltd.
- General Electric Company
- General Cable Superconductors Ltd.
- Hts–110
- Hypres Inc.
- International Business Machines Corp.
- Innova Superconductor Technology Co., Ltd.
- Industrial Research Ltd.
- Japan Superconductor Technology, Inc
- Jeol Ltd.
- Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd.
- Los Alamos National Laboratory
- Ls Cable Industrial Systems Co., Ltd.
- Luvata Pori Oy
- Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
- Nano–Optonics Energy, Inc.
- National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
- Nexans Sa
- National Institute Of Science And Technology
- Oak Ridge National Laboratory
- Oxford Instruments Plc
- Koninklijke Philips Electronics Nv
- Qdrive
- Sandia National Laboratories
- Sci Engineered Materials Inc.
- Shi Cryogenics Group
- Siemens Ag
- Superconductor Technologies Inc.
- Stirling Cryogenics Bv
- Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd.
- Sunam Co., Ltd.
- Superpower Inc.
- Teco–Westinghouse Motor Company
- Thales Sa
- Theva
- Toshiba Corporation
- Waukesha Electric Systems, Inc.
- Zenergy Power Plc
- Bultmann
- Cobham Technical Services
- E.On
- Etel Distribution Transformers
- Fabrum Solutions
- General Atomics
- Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity
- Intermagnetics General Corporation
- Kalsi Green Power Systems
- Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
- Kema
- Korea Economic Research Institute
- Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute
- Korean Ministry Of Education, Science and Technology
- Mayekawa Mfg. Co., Ltd.
- New Energy And Industrial Technology Development Organization (Nedo)
- New Zealand High Temperature Superconductor Industry Association
- Nissin Ion Equipment Co., Ltd.
- Pb Power
- Silesian University of Technology
- Stelar
- Unison
- Vector
- Wellington Institute of Technology
- Weseralu Gmbh & Co. Kg
- Wilson Transformers
 
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