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OME 2022-03-26
Tokyo Seikei Univ,
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
[Invited Talk] Development of Lithium-Air Battery
Akihiro Nomura (NIMS) OME2021-66
Lithium-Air Battery (LAB), which delivers electricity using lithium metal and oxygen as active battery materials, develo... [more] OME2021-66
EMD 2019-03-01
Tokyo   Arc Erosion of Brush at Sliding Contacts between Cu commutator and Carbon Brush
Youdai Suzuki, Kaito Niiya, Kouichiro Sawa, Takahiro Ueno (NIT) EMD2018-73
Compact DC motors are used for driving fuel pumps used in automobiles due to their superior cost advantages. From the re... [more] EMD2018-73
CPM 2017-07-21
Hokkaido   [Invited Talk] Private Short History for 40 Years Concerned with Electronic Materials Research
Hiroshi Yamamoto (Nihon Univ.) CPM2017-31
Private electronic materials researches for about 40 years will be reported. As magnetic materials amorphous alloy or el... [more] CPM2017-31
EMD 2016-11-04
Hyogo Awaji Yumebutai International Conference Center Commutation Phenomena and Brush Wear of DC Motor at High Speed Rotation
Masayuki Isato, Koichiro Sawa, Takahiro Ueno (NIT) EMD2016-60
Many DC commutator motors are widely used in automobiles. In recent years, as compact and high output DC motors have bee... [more] EMD2016-60
ED 2016-10-26
Mie   Trials to Clarify the Mechanism of Low Field Emission from Carbon-related Materials -- Through Field Emission from Vacuum Arc-Prepared Carbon Films and C60 --
Masahiro Sasaki, Yoichi Yamada, Toshiharu Higuchi, Ken Asanagi, Manabu Adachi, Yuji Nishiyama, Takuma Mojin (U. of Tsukuba) ED2016-55
From some sorts of carbon-related materials, we have sometimes observed a onset applied field much smaller than that exp... [more] ED2016-55
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Okinawa Okinawa Univ. Carbon nanotube-doped polymer optical waveguide as a passive mode-locking device
Sho Yoshida (Keio Univ.), Weijian Ni, Sze Y. Set, Shinji Yamashita (Tokyo Univ.), Takaaki Ishigure (Keio Univ.) OCS2015-101 OFT2015-60 OPE2015-220
Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) are known to possess a high saturable absorption property and an ultrafast femto-second recovery... [more] OCS2015-101 OFT2015-60 OPE2015-220
pp.7-11(OCS), pp.29-33(OFT), pp.29-33(OPE)
OME 2015-03-17
Tokyo S421, Tokyo Tech. [Invited Talk] Functional design of nanofibrous materials and their applications in energy devices
Hidetoshi Matsumoto, Yuichi Konosu, Sanae Inagaki, Yoshitaka Saito (Tokyo Tech) OME2014-86
Nanofibrous materials, which is one of the one-dimensional (1-D) nanomaterials, have unique properties compared to their... [more] OME2014-86
CPM 2014-10-24
Nagano   Performance of carbon nanotubes with carbyne in the hollow core as an anode material for lithium ion battery
Cheonsoo Kang, Yongil Ko, Sho Inahata, Shun Takagi, Yuki Yamazaki, Hiroki Hiraide, Hiroki Maegawa, Hiroyuki Muramatsu, Takuya Hayashi (Shinshu Univ.) CPM2014-101
Carbyne has one-dimensional structure of carbon atom, and it is expected high electrical conductivity and novel physico-... [more] CPM2014-101
ED 2014-10-21
Hokkaido Hokkaido Univ. (Faculty House Trillium) On the mechanism of enhancement on field emission properties for carbon coated field emitters (Part-3)
Toshiharu Higuchi, Masahiro Sasaki, Shota Horie, Yoichi Yamada (Tsukuba Univ.), Shuji Matsumoto, Shigeki Fukuda (KEK) ED2014-62
To clarify the origin of the superior field emission characteristics of carbon-coated emitters, we have been investigati... [more] ED2014-62
EMD 2011-01-28
Tokyo Japan Aviation Electronics Industry,Limited A Discussion on Carbon Arc V-I Characteristics
Keiichi Suhara (TNCT) EMD2010-135
The author is trying to calculate the transient arc voltage and arc current at breaking carbon contacts in an inductive ... [more] EMD2010-135
EMD 2010-12-17
Tokyo Tamagawa University Arc Duration at Opening Carbon Contacts -- Comparison of Measured and Calculated Values at Opening Speed of about 0.9 m/s --
Keiichi Suhara (TNCT) EMD2010-129
A study has been made on usability of Ayrton’s carbon arc V-I characteristics and the author’s arc V-I characteristics i... [more] EMD2010-129
SANE 2010-07-30
Tokyo Electric Navigation Research Institute Development of Compact and High Performance 76GHz Millimeter-Wave Radar System for Autonomous Unmanned Helicopters
Shunichi Futatsumori, Akiko Kohmura, Naruto Yonemoto (ENRI) SANE2010-54
This report discusses the research progress of the 76 GHz millimeter-wave radar system for autonomous unmanned helicopte... [more] SANE2010-54
EMD 2009-11-20
Tokyo Nippon Institute of Technology, Kanda Campus, Tokyo, Japan Arc Duration at Carbon Contacts Interrupting DC Current in an Inductive Circuit -- Measurement and Calculation --
Keiichi Suhara (Tokyo Nat Coll. of Tech.) EMD2009-98
Direct currents from 0.5A to 5A in an inductive circuit were interrupted by opening carbon contacts; and the arc duratio... [more] EMD2009-98
ICD, SDM 2009-07-17
Tokyo Tokyo Institute of Technology [Invited Talk] Nanotechnology supporting to realize information society friendly to humans and the earth
Shuichi Tahara (NEC Corp.) SDM2009-115 ICD2009-31
NEC is pushing innovations of ICT by nanotechnologies from the viewpoint of BIT/ECO. By innovating materials and devices... [more] SDM2009-115 ICD2009-31
SANE 2009-06-25
Ibaraki Tsukuba Space Center (JAXA) [Special Talk] New Space Transportation System - Space Train (Elevator) -- World trends and Japanese Space Train Concept --
Akira Tsuchida, Amie Allison (Earth-Track Corp) SANE2009-31
The Space Elevator concept is to hang a ribbon in space, reaching down to Earth, and attach to it a vehicle that climbs ... [more] SANE2009-31
EMD 2008-12-19
Tokyo Tamagawa Univ. Duration of Carbon Arcs at Electrode Gaps Shorter than 2.0mm and Currents Lower than 0.2A
Keiichi Suhara, Minori Watanabe (Tokyo Nationalo College. of Tech.) EMD2008-106
Metallic arcs become unstable at currents near the minimum arc current; and their duration becomes short. This study in... [more] EMD2008-106
EMD 2008-11-16
Miyagi Tohoku Bunka Gakuin University (Sendai) Break Arc Duration at Carbon Contacts in an Inductive Circuit -- Discussion on Carbon Arc V-I Characteristics --
Keiichi Suhara (Tokyo National College of Tech.) EMD2008-102
Two different arc V-I characteristic equations are discussed about their applicability to calculation of break arc volta... [more] EMD2008-102
MVE 2008-03-23
Fukuoka Industry & Academia Cooperation Ctr, Kitakyushu Sci & Research Pk User Context Recognition for Use in Wearable Learning Systems Based on Congestion Level Estimation of the Inside of a Train Using a Carbon Dioxide Sensor
Tomonori Nakamura (Osaka Univ.), Takefumi Ogawa (Tokyo Univ.), Kiyoshi Kiyokawa, Haruo Takemura (Osaka Univ.) MVE2007-89
In this paper, we have investigated a user context recognition mechanism for a wearable system that provides a context-b... [more] MVE2007-89
EMD 2008-01-25
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. V-I Characteristics Equation for Break Arc at Carbon Electrodes -- Comparison between Newly Proposed Equation and Ayrton's Equation --
Keiichi Suhara (TNCT) EMD2007-109
On {\it V-I }characteristics of arc at cabon electrodes, Mrs Ayrton's reserach is famous and the Ayrton equation is well... [more] EMD2007-109
EMCJ 2007-01-26
Kagoshima   Research and development of lightweight solid human phantom using Silicone Rubber
Takashi Hikage, Yuki Sakaguchi, Toshio Nojima (Hokkaido Univ.), Yuji Koyamashita (Fine Rubber Lab.) EMCJ2006-100
A lightweight human phantom material that has a specific gravity below 1.0 is newly developed and a full sized realistic... [more] EMCJ2006-100
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