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2015-0302-03
Life sciences
posted:2015/03/02

Haptic Interface for Navigation of the Visually Impaired

FUJIE, Masakatsu Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering) (retired)
・A haptic interface for navigation・The generated centrifugal force using two eccentric weights is transmitted the user・It is possible to indicate in any direction
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2015-0302-02
Life sciences
posted:2015/03/02

Robot of Gait Training Assisted by Physical Therapist

FUJIE, Masakatsu Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering) (retired)
・Robot of gait training assisted by physical therapist・Modeling based on assisted movement ・Control robot adapted to individual difference of hemiplegia patient
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2015-0302-01
Life sciences
posted:2015/03/02

Walk Rehabilitation Support Robot for Symmetrizing Stance Phase

FUJIE, Masakatsu Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering) (retired)
・Walk rehabilitation support robot for symmetrizing stance phase・Real-time induction of stance phase・Split belt treadmill with differential velocity
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Environment Social Infrastructure
posted:2014/06/18
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アルミニウム合金選別システム

OWADA, Shuji Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering) (retired)
合金系別にアルミニウム合金を判別し回収出来るシステムです。アルミニウムあるいはアルミニウム合金は、省資源化と低コスト化の観点からリサイクルされています。迅速かつ大量にアルミニウムおよびアルミニウム合金を他の金属から選別して回収する中で、アルミニウム合金は添加される金属ごとに合...
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2011-0909-03
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Techniques for separation and recovery of CO2 using lithium silicate

NAKAGAKI, Takao Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering)
“Lithium silicate” (Li4SiO4), developed by Toshiba, is a solid absorption material that can be used repeatedly to absorb CO2 at 600º and release CO2 at over 800º. It has excellent properties, such as higher absorption speed in the presence of water vapor, the ability to separa...
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2011-0909-04
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Increase in thermal energy quality through chemical regeneration

NAKAGAKI, Takao Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering)
While thermal energy can be obtained easily and in large volume, it is irreversible, making it difficult to maintain a high-exergy-rate state. To address this, we can use chemical regeneration. Exergy-lowering processes like vapor reformation and partial oxidation chemically d...
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2011-0920-01
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Accelerating environmental cleanup processes

TOKORO, Chiharu Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering)
Through detailed solid analysis techniques, including XAFS, and geochemical simulations involving surface complex models and reaction kinetics, it is possible to construct optimal processing processes and set conditions, according to the respective contamination conditions. In...
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2011-0920-02
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Optimization of pulverization and physical separation technology by powder simulation

TOKORO, Chiharu Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering)
It is possible to use a certain type of powder simulation, the Discrete Element Method (DEM) to ascertain in detail, the positions and speeds of each particle in the apparatus, and collision energies between particles and between particles and the walls.
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2011-0920-03
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Constructing a process for recycling valuable resources from waste

TOKORO, Chiharu Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering)
A low-environmental-load type valuables recycling process can be proposed, in which, after various types of pulverization are conducted as preprocessing, a number of separation methods are combined, based on specific weight, electrical and magnetic properties, wettability, sha...
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2011-1031-01
Life sciences Manufacturing Technology
posted:2014/05/21

Biofeedback-type perception support robot technology for cognitive-neuro rehabilitation

IWATA, Hiroyasu Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering)
Accumulation of developmental knowledge and clinical data on perception support robot technology (RT) to aid in the rehabilitation of hemiplegic patients. A mechanism devised for communicating the ground conditions under the paralyzed foot to the healthy side by a unit that di...
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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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2012-0301-01
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Design process management technology for sustainable buildings

TAKAGUCHI, Hiroto Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering)
Analyzing the building design process using a DSM (Design Structure Matrix) and suggesting an optimized design allows the improvement of the current design process. Furthermore, it enables organization of the matters to be considered when introducing a new technology into a bu...
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2012-0319-01
Life sciences
posted:2014/05/21

Development of hemiplegic gait simulation tools for educational purposes

UESUGI, Shigeru Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering)
This project is drawing attention to the gaps between movement and sensation experienced by those with hemiplegia, such as the feeling of being unable to move even though the patient wants to move the body parts, or the feeling that body parts are moving on their own. The proj...
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2012-0321-01
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Micro heat pipes to turn nano fluid into hydraulic fluid

KATSUTA, Masafumi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering) (retired)
This project will improve heat conductivity by using a hydraulic fluid containing silver nano-particles in a micro heat pipe.
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2012-0618-01
Manufacturing Technology
posted:2014/05/21

Life-cycle simulation technology for the realization of recycling-oriented production

TAKATA, Shozo Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering) (retired)
This project creates life-cycle planning and life-cycle simulation technology in order to plan and evaluate entire product lifecycles, from design, production, specification, collection, and recycling, all in order to build in measures to reduce environmental burdens from the ...
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2012-0619-03
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Technology for evaluation, exploration, and collection at final disposal of waste sites for urban mines

KAMURA, Kazuo Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering) (retired)
This technology elucidates the types and quantity of metals buried within final disposal of waste sites, as well as the presence of minerals, and specifies which metals would be beneficial to collect. The technology makes it possible to use electric detection to measure zones ...
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2012-0619-04
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Energy-saving and low-cost purification material development using high-quality regional soil

KAMURA, Kazuo Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering) (retired)
Usage of volcanic soil as environmental purification materials.
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2012-0625-01
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Self-filling concrete using sea water and sea sand

KIYOMIYA, Osamu Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering) (retired)
This project developed self-filling concrete using sea water as mixing water, sand as aggregate, and a new admixture that can provide these materials with superior fluidity and appropriate viscosity (A high-performance AE water reducing agent with a one-pack type thickener con...
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2012-0629-01
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Development of new coast defense structures resistant to tsunamis and high tide

SHIBAYAMA, Tomoya Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering) (retired)
In line with the rebuilding of coastline defense structures across the country as each location reaches its scheduled upgrade period, there is a need to shift the structural format used for coastal defense. This project proposes a new structural format that considers knowledge...
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2012-1001-01
Environment
posted:2014/05/21

Realizing Thermal Comfort by Spot Air Conditioning and Personal Air Conditioning Systems

TANABE, Shinichi Professor (Faculty of Science and Engineering School of Creative Science and Engineering)
The purpose of our research is to evaluate the comfort level and intellectual productivity provided by personal air conditioning systems, which allow for individual adjustments of the air current. Specifically, we carried out an actual measurement study at offices that install...
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