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2017-0223-03
Manufacturing Technology Energy
posted:2017/02/23

Development of a Simple Fabrication Process for a Printable Piezoelectric Energy Harvest Device

SEKIGUCHI, Tetsushi Senior Researcher (Research Council (Research Organization) Institute for Nanoscience & Nanotechnology)
collaborative researchers:鎌田 裕樹 , YOON, Donghyun Junior Researcher , 佐々木 敏夫 , 野﨑 義人 , 山浦 真一 , 中嶋 宇史 , SHOJI, Shuichi Professor
● A metal nanoink and a household printer is used for electrode Fabrication and lamination method is used for Assembly of the device  ● Electric power of ∼ 1.12 μJ was obtained
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2017-0223-02
Energy
posted:2017/02/23

Development of Scalable Micro Thermoelectric Devices

WATANABE, Takanobu Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Fundamental Science and Engineering Department of Electronic and Photonic Systems)
● Si nanowire is used as the thermoelectric material. ● Miniaturized TE device fabricated by the Si-LSI process capable of mass-production
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2017-0223-01
Energy
posted:2017/02/23

Research on High-efficiency Thin-film Solar Cell using Quantum Effect

MAKIMOTO, Toshiki Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
● There exists a bandgap energy suitable for a single-junction solar cell.  ● A superlattice structure (Fig. 2) produces a stable exciton (Fig. 3) using its quantum effect.● A stable exciton absorbs solar light efficiently.
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Energy
posted:2015/10/23

海洋鉱物資源の調査装置

SAITO, Akira Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering) (retired)
海底下の金属鉱物資源を電磁探索する装置である。
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2015-0303-09
Nanotechnology / Materials Energy
posted:2015/03/03

Power Generation Micro Device using Fe-Co Metal Alloy

SEKIGUCHI, Tetsushi Senior Researcher (Research Council (Research Organization) Institute for Nanoscience & Nanotechnology)
collaborative researchers:佐々木 敏夫 , 山浦 真一 , 中嶋 宇史
・New Fe-Co based magnetostrictive material (Developer; Hirosaki Univ, Tohoku Univ, Tohoku Steel Co., Ltd.) ・Vibrational power generating device with high electrical efficiency 
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2011-0906-02
Nanotechnology / Materials Energy
posted:2014/05/21

The controlling of light energy with precious metal nanoparticles (plasmonic substances)

IMURA, Kohei Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
Using a near-field optical microscope allows the observation and visualization of the plasmon of plasmonic substances. Plasmonic substances demonstrate a variety of behavior through their interaction with light, the progress of which can be tracked in high time and spatial res...
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2011-0906-03
Nanotechnology / Materials Energy
posted:2014/05/21

Organic-air rechargeable batteries

OYAIZU, Kenichi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
We developed an organic rechargeable battery that uses air for the cathode. It can be recharged in a short time (a few seconds). It’s capacity also remained almost unchanged through 500 charge-discharge cycles.An organic polymer material was used to replace the anthraquinone i...
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2011-0920-04
Energy
posted:2014/05/21

Energy-saving and environmental techniques that use vapor compression heat pumps

AMANO, Yoshiharu Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Waseda Research Institute for Science and Engineering)
We have been conducting research and development into revolutionary energy-saving vapor compression and condensation (VCC) technologies that compress vapor produced in the evaporation process, and continually recover condensation latent heat to reuse in evaporation; the theore...
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2011-0922-01
Energy
posted:2014/05/21

Development of energy control techniques for the realization of a smart grid

HAYASHI, Yasuhiro Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Advanced Science and Engineering Department of Electrical Engineering and Bioscience)
Advanced methodologies will be developed through computer simulations and next-generation smart grid simulations, in order to enable total design of a suitable next-generation electrical energy supply configuration by which both of the above can be achieved continuously.
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2012-0220-01
Energy
posted:2014/05/21

Technology that uses numerical calculation to elucidate the internal transport mechanism inside lithium ion batteries

KUSAKA, Jin Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering)
Using a lithium ion battery for HEV (hybrid electric vehicle), designed using a general-purpose numerical calculation software program BDS (Battery Design Studio), simulations of “constant current experiments on actual equipment” can be implemented. From the charge/discharge c...
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2012-0312-02
Energy
posted:2014/05/21

Design and operation of smart communities / Eco-towns that are resistant to natural disasters

YOKOYAMA, Ryuichi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Graduate School of Environment and Energy Engineering) (retired)
Essential to the construction of local energy supply systems for using renewable energy, which is readily affected by the weather, is the technology ensuring a stable supply of power. In our laboratory, we are able to design, construct and evaluate local energy supply systems ...
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2012-0313-02
Energy
posted:2014/05/21

Heat extraction rate maximized by the use of nanofluid in heat exchangers

MOROOKA, Shinichi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering)
Mixing TiO2 nanoparticles into the media (water) inside a heat exchanger and conducting several hours of preliminary steam generator operation, causes the nanofluid to adsorb onto the inside of the heat transfer tube and a nanostructure to be formed. So doing increases the hea...
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2012-0313-03
Energy
posted:2014/05/21

Design, production, and performance evaluation of environment-conscious electric vehicles

KAMIYA, Yushi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Graduate School of Environment and Energy Engineering)
This research laboratory has been developing electric buses and different types of electric vehicles up to this point. Research has progressed to the level of commercial use for electric buses in particular. Based on such findings, it is possible to conduct evaluations on the ...
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2012-0712-01
Energy
posted:2014/05/21

Long-life negative silicon anode synthesis for next-generation lithium-ion batteries

OSAKA, Tetsuya Senior Research Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
This technology has successfully produced composite products merging silicon and organo-mineral complex substances at the micro-level through the simultaneous reductive decomposition of organic solvents and reduction of silicon. The resulting silicon electrodes are composed of...
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2012-0712-02
Energy
posted:2014/05/21

Evaluating lithium-ion battery (LIB) cell degradation using an impedance measurement

OSAKA, Tetsuya Senior Research Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
This technology aims to establish a “usable” battery evaluation method for currently marketed LIBs using impedance analysis. While thinking about the structural aspects of the battery leading to such issues as electrolyte resistance, interface reactions between the batteries n...
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2012-0712-03
Energy
posted:2014/05/21

Production technology development for the creation of a next-generation laminated lithium-ion battery

OSAKA, Tetsuya Senior Research Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering)
This technology makes it possible to supply 50 to 1,000 mAh next-generation laminated lithium-ion batteries. The laminated cells are constructed under laboratory conditions within a dry-air environment (supplied air – dew point at <-95 Celsius, room dew point when non-opera...
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2012-0807-01
Energy Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Innovative Energy-Saving Technology Based on Heat Pumps

SAITO, Kiyoshi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Fundamental Science and Engineering)
This technology is characterized by two principles. First, heat moves from hot things to cold things. Secondly, if gas is spewed out all at once from a high-pressure area to a low-pressure area, then the gas is cooled rapidly. This technology is expected to have significant en...
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2012-0903-01
Energy
posted:2014/05/21

Experiment Using High Quality Beams

WASHIO, Masakazu Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Waseda Research Institute for Science and Engineering)
The Washio Laboratory conducts research on PEMFC. It is also working on the development of materials which can be used as an electrolyte membrane for a Polymer Electrolyte Fuel Cell (PEFC) that is capable of having a compact and light weight design.
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2012-0903-02
Energy
posted:2014/05/21

Uncovering the Initial Process of Radiation Chemical Reactions: Pulse Radiolysis Experiment

WASHIO, Masakazu Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Waseda Research Institute for Science and Engineering)
The Washio Laboratory is developing the world’s smallest pulse radiolysis system using a compact photocathode RF electron gun. At present, the laboratory has nearly completed the development of a nanosecond resolution system and picosecond resolution system.  The nanoseco...
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2012-0903-03
Energy
posted:2014/05/21

Maskless Direct Etching Technique Using Focused Ion Beams (FIB)

WASHIO, Masakazu Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering Waseda Research Institute for Science and Engineering)
This research attempts to carry out maskless direct etching using focused ion beams (FIB) in order to study the nanoscale microfabrication of cross-linked PTFE. An image of the fabricated microscopic structure FE-SEM is shown in a diagram. 
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