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Magnetic Field


As per available reports about 3 relevant Journals and 2 Conferences are presently dedicated exclusively to Magnetic resonance and about 45 open-access articles and 142 conference proceedings are being published on Magnetic resonance. 

A magnetic field is generated when electric charge carriers such as electrons move through space or within an electrical conductor. The geometric shapes of the magnetic flux lines produced by moving charge carriers (electric current) are similar to the shapes of the flux lines in an electrostatic field. But there are differences in the ways electrostatic and magnetic fields interact with the environment.

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Scope and Importance

All the materials in this universe may be classified either magnetic or non-magnetic. Magnetic materials are those which are affected by magnetic field and non magnetic materials are those which are not affected or slightly affected by magnetic field. Maximum types of materials fall under category of non – magnetic material. Non-magnetic material can further be classified as diamagnetic and paramagnetic materials. Some of the non magnetic materials exhibit very slight magnetic effect but it is extremely difficult to detect. Practically, all these materials are referred as totally non-magnetic. On the other hand, all the materials which exhibit magnetic effect strongly are referred as magnetic materials or ferromagnetic materials. The materials based on iron, cobalt and ferrites are normally ferromagnetic materials.

Market Analysis

The growth of the magnetic resonance field sensor market is being propelled due to many reasons such as growing automobile productionmarkets, increasing demand in gaming consoles, increasing popularity of electronic compasses, and continuous demand for computer and computing peripherals. The existing competition within the technologies, inconsistency in the magnetic field strength, and unavailability of a strong aftermarket are acting as the restraints for the market. The market size of the magnetic field sensor market is expected to grow from the $1.6 billion that it accounted for in 2013 to $2.9 billion by 2020, at an estimated CAGR of 8.04% from 2014 to 2020. The volume of the magnetic sensors is currently estimated to be 5.9 billion units and is expected to rise up to 9.6 billion units at an estimated CAGR of 6.75% from 2014 to 2020.

List of Best International Conferences

  1. Physics Conference,
    June 27-29, 2016 New Orleans, USA
  2. Atomic and Nuclear Physics Conference,
    November 17-19, 2016 Atlanta, USA
  3. 2016 Joint MMM-Intermag Conference,
    January 11-15, 2016, San Diego, USA
  4. 2016 Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials,
    October 31-November 4, 2016, New Orleans, USA
  5. 2016 Joint Magnetism and Magnetic Materials - INTERMAG Conference,
    January 11-15, 2016 San Diego, USA

Relevant Society and Associations

  1. The Italian Association of Magnetism
  2. APS Group on Magnetism and itsApplications
  3. The IEEE Magnetics Society
  4. International Union of Pure and Applied Physics
  5. The Korean Magnetics Society
  6. Magnetic Microsphere
  7. Magnetic North
  8. Commission on Magnetic Structures
  9. Magnetics Society of India
  10. The Asian Union of Magnetic Societies

Companies

  1. CROCUS Technology
  2. INNOMAG
  3. Magnetics magazine
  4. Melexis
  5. NTN-SNR
  6. Seagate
  7. Sensitec
  8. Siemens
  9. Vacuumschmelze
  10. Magnets - Master Magnetics, Inc.

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This page was last updated on 12th Sep, 2015

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