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ロシアおよび世界における低温超伝導体市場の分析

Low-Temperature Superconductors (LTSC) Market Research in Russia and the World

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ロシアおよび世界における低温超伝導体市場の分析 Low-Temperature Superconductors (LTSC) Market Research in Russia and the World
出版日: 2010年12月31日 ページ情報: 英文

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概要

当レポートでは、ロシアおよび世界における低温超伝導体市場について分析し、超伝導材料の研究と市場、ロシアにおける輸出入状況、主要生産企業のプロファイル、市場およびアプリケーションの発展予測などについて、概略下記の構成で取り上げております。

第1章 超伝導材料:科学研究の発展および世界市場

第2章 ロシアにおける低温超伝導材料・装置の生産・輸入

第3章 世界における低温超伝導材料・装置の生産企業(生産量・市場・価格)

  • Wah Chang Alabama
  • Luvata
  • Alstom Magnets and Superconductors
  • Oxford Instuments
  • Bruker Corporation
  • Kobe Steel, Ltd (JASTEC - Japan Superconductor Technology, Inc)
  • 日立製作所
  • 東芝
  • General Electric Corporation
  • Siemens
  • Royal Philips Electronics of the Netherlands
  • 三菱電機

第4章 ロシア・世界市場における低温・高温超伝導素材の見通し

付録1:連絡先情報

付録2:情報源

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目次

This report is currently available in Russian language only. However, we can provide an English version of the report within 3 weeks after receiving a payment.

This report focuses on market research of low-temperature superconductors in Russia and the world. The report consists of four chapters, contains 119 pages, including 53 tables, 11 figures and annexes (contact data, information sources).

This work is a desk study. As information sources, data of the Federal Customs Service of the Russian Federation, the statistical bodies of the UN, EU, U.S., Japan, scientific periodicals on superconductivity, materials of conferences, seminars and symposia, and websites of superconducting materials market players were used.

The first chapter describes the development of research and global market of superconducting materials.

The second part is devoted to production and import of low-temperature superconducting materials (LTSC) and equipment based on them in Russia. This section provides information about the developers and manufacturers of LTSC in Russia, shows dynamics of Russian imports of magnetic resonance tomographs (MRT) - the main commercial products using superconducting magnets - for the period of 1999-2010.

The third part is devoted to global producers of LTSC and equipment based on them. It describes the basic producers of low-temperature superconductors based on niobium alloys and of magnetic resonance tomographs, shows the global statistics of foreign trade operations in magnetic resonance tomographs for the period of 2002-2009.

In the fourth chapter of the report, prospects of the world and Russian markets of superconducting materials (LTSC and HTSC) and the development trends of their use have been analyzed.

In the Annexes contact data of key market players and information sources are given.

Table of Contents

1. Development of scientific research and the global market of superconducting materials

2. Production and import of low-temperature of superconducting materials and equipment on their base in Russia

3. Global manufacturers of low-temperature superconducting materials and equipment based on them

  • 3.1. Wah Chang Alabama
  • 3.2. Luvata
  • 3.3. Alstom Magnets and Superconductors
  • 3.4. Oxford Instuments
  • 3.5. Bruker Corporation
  • 3.6. Kobe Steel, Ltd (JASTEC - Japan Superconductor Technology, Inc)
  • 3.7. Hitachi
  • 3.8. Toshiba
  • 3.9. General Electric Corporation
  • 3.10. Siemens
  • 3.11. Royal Philips Electronics of the Netherlands
  • 3.12. Mitsubishi Electric

4. The market conditions of low-temperature superconducting materials: manufactured products, the volumes of consumption, prices

5. Prospects for the global and Russian markets of low-temperature and high-temperature superconducting materials

Annex 1: Contact data

Annex 2: Sources of information

List of Tables:

  • Table 1. Uses of superconductors and the required values of current density and magnetic field
  • Table 2. Comparative characteristics of the liquid refrigerants
  • Table 3. Superconducting magnets for accelerators
  • Table 4. Advantages and disadvantages of magnets for magnetic resonance tomographs
  • Table 5. Exports of superconducting magnets by the Institute of Nuclear Physics im. Budker of SB RAS in 1999-2010
  • Table 6. Export of superconducting magnets by CJSC SPE (NPP) "Gikom" in 1999-2010
  • Table 7. Imports of superconducting cables and wires in Russia in 1997-2010
  • Table 8. Imports of superconducting magnets by Russia in 1999-2010
  • Table 9. Import of magnetic resonance tomographs by Russia in 1997-2006
  • Table 10. Structure of the import of magnetic resonance tomographs
  • Table 11. Structure of the import of magnetic resonance tomographs
  • Table 12. Supplies of magnetic resonance tomographs to Russia in the 1st half of 2010
  • Table 13. Import supplies of magnetic resonance tomographs with superconducting magnets to Russia (according to the formal description)
  • Table 14. Production of Wah Chang, based on exotic metals (zirconium, hafnium and niobium), 2005-2009
  • Table 15. Finland' s imports of niobium alloys in 2002-2009
  • Table 16. The critical current of wire NbTi / Cu of OST production
  • Table 17. Specifications of NbTi composites
  • Table 18. Specifications of NbTi wire in a copper channel at the diameter of the thread of 50,105 mcm and polyester insulation (of OST production)
  • Table 19. Characteristics of NbTi conductor with filaments
  • Table 20. The critical current of wire Nb3Sn (of OST production)
  • Table 21. Specifications of wire Nb3Sn (of OST production)
  • Table 22. Characteristics of standard solenoid magnet with helium-cooling (of OST production)
  • Table 23. Financial and economic performance of Oxford Instruments in 2002-2009
  • Table 24. Horizontal superconducting magnets Bruker
  • Table 25. Stages of Kobe Steel activity in the field of superconductivity
  • Table 26. Mix of Nb3Sn superconducting wire of production of JASTEC
  • Table 27. Mix of NbTi superconducting wire of production of JASTEC
  • Table 28. Developments of Hitachi Cable Ltd in field of superconductors
  • Table 29. EU exports (EU-27) of products in Commodity Classifier for Foreign Economic Activities code 81.12.99.30 in 2002-2009
  • Table 30. Belgium exports of products in Commodity Classifier for Foreign Economic Activities code 81.12.99.30 in 2002-2009
  • Table 31. Exports of British products in Commodity Classifier for Foreign Economic Activities code 81.12.99.30 in 2002-2009
  • Table 32. EU-27 imports of products in Commodity Classifier for Foreign Economic Activities code 81.12.99.30 in 2002-2009
  • Table 33. EU-27 imports of products in Commodity Classifier for Foreign Economic Activities code 81.12.99.30 in 2002-2009
  • Table 34. German imports of products in Commodity Classifier for Foreign Economic Activities code 81.12.99.30 in 2002-2009
  • Table 35. French imports of products in Commodity Classifier for Foreign Economic Activities code 81.12.99.30 in 2002-2009
  • Table 36. Import by Netherlands of products in Commodity Classifier for Foreign Economic Activities code 81.12.99.30 in 2002-2009
  • Table 37. Finland' s imports of products in Commodity Classifier for Foreign Economic Activities code 81.12.99.30 in 2002-2009
  • Table 38. British imports of products in Commodity Classifier for Foreign Economic Activities code 81.12.99.30 in 2002-2009
  • Table 39. Japan import of alloy NbTi (code 81.12.99-100) in 2007-2010
  • Table 40. The structure of world exports of magnetic resonance tomographs in 2002-2009
  • Table 41. Exports of magnetic resonance tomographs by EU countries (EU-27) in 2002-2009
  • Table 42. Regional structure of export of magnetic resonance tomographs by U.S. in 2002-2009
  • Table 43. Regional structure of magnetic resonance tomographs exports by the Netherlands in 2002-2009
  • Table 44. Regional structure of magnetic resonance tomographs exports by Great Britain in 2002-2009
  • Table 45. Regional structure of magnetic resonance tomographs exports by Germany in 2002-2009
  • Table 46. Regional structure of magnetic resonance tomographs exports by Japan in 2002-2009
  • Table 47. Regional structure of magnetic resonance tomographs exports by China in 2002-2009
  • Table 48. Imports of magnetic resonance tomographs in 2002-2009 by selected countries
  • Table 49. Number of magnetic resonance tomographs by countries of the world
  • Table 50. Classification of magnetic resonance tomographs and their value
  • Table 51. Assessment of the prospects of HTSC technology in the EU up to 2015
  • Table 52. World market of superconductors
  • Table 53. Retrospective and prospects for the use of superconducting materials in magnetic systems of accelerators

List of Figures:

  • Figure 1. Development of designing of superconducting materials
  • Figure 2. ISFTT stands for control of characteristics of the superconducting wire
  • Figure 4. Wire "NbTi / Cu matrix" of OST production
  • Figure 5. NbTi wire in a copper channel (of OST production)
  • Figure 6. Wire Nb3Sn (of OST production)
  • Figure 7. Nb3Sn wires for the project ITER (of OST production)
  • Figure 8. Nb3Sn superconducting wire of production of JASTEC: stabilized inside; stabilized outside; hardened with tantalum
  • Figure 9. NbTi superconducting wire of round and rectangular cross-section of JASTEC production
  • Figure 10. Dynamics of magnetic resonance tomographs exports by producing countries in 2002-2009
  • Figure 11. Forecast of the World Bank on sales of superconductor-based equipment
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