High-Temperature Superconducting Wires in the Asia-Pacific Region - Major Attributes, Developments and Key Vendors

High-Temperature Superconducting Wires in the Asia-Pacific Region - Major Attributes, Developments and Key Vendors
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Summary

High-Temperature Superconducting (HTS) wires are used in advanced utility cables, motors and power applications. Since HTS wires have the potential to carry larger currents, they can produce stronger magnetic fields within a specified amount of space. The basic value proposition of superconducting wire is to reduce electrical loss, as well as the accompanying heat. This enables the transmission of huge amounts of electricity in an efficient manner, with materials and equipment that are smaller in size and weight than the equivalent required amount of conventional copper wire. A number of HTS wire developments, including general announcements, product launches, and acquisitions, have taken during place in recent years in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region, in which manufacturers include Sumitomo Electric Industries (Sumitomo), Furukawa Electric (Furukawa), American Superconductor Corporation (AMSC), Fujikura, and SuNam. Among the key APAC countries in the HTS market are Japan and South Korea.

Scope

  • Major applications of HTS wires
  • Key players involved in the APAC HTS Market.
  • Emerging Trends in the APAC HTS Market.

Reasons to Buy

  • Gain insight into the recent trends and happnings in the APAC HTS Market
  • Comprehend the characteristics involved with HTS wires
  • Identifying the key industry players involved in the APAC HTS Market

Date Published

March, 2014

Format / Pages

PDF / 11