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Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Faculty of Engineering
Course: Mechanical Engineering Science, Mechano-Informatics and Systems
Department of Mechanical Science and Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering

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High-temperature energy conversion engineering group

Development of global and regional sustainable high efficient energy conversion technology

  • (Concurrent)Prof. Ichiro Naruse
  • Assoc. Prof. Ryo Yoshiie
  • (Concurrent) Assist. Prof. Yasuaki Ueki

In order to establish sustainable society, energy conversion technologies play an important role. Under the present situation, however, huge amount of fossil fuels have been consumed to sustain the society. Therefore, CO2 and trace elements are emitted a lot. To minimize or keep their emission, we conduct development and essential research of ecological high efficient energy conversion technologies especially for fossil fuels, wastes, biomass and so forth.

High-temperature energy conversion engineering group
  • a) Picture of heat exchanger tube
  • b) Picture of ash deposition after 30 min
  • c) Picture of heat exchanger tube in vertical ash deposition furnace

◆Development of Oxy-Fuel combustion technology for reduction of CO2 emission
◆Development of high efficient utilization technology of biomass
◆Development of environmental harmony type waste energy utilization technology
◆Control of ash deposition in solid fuel fired boiler
◆Elucidation of particle and trace element behavior in combustion and gasification process and development of reduction technology

Movie:High-temperature energy conversion engineering group

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