研究室紹介

Thermal Energy Systems

Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering

Department of Chemical Systems and Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering

Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Chemical Engineering Course, School of Engineering

We aim at securing necessary energy without excessive use of fossil fuels and preventing environmental destruction due to waste; in other words, our goal is utilizing energy effectively and conserving resources. Therefore, the development of technology for effective utilization of thermal energy and unused energy and the development of systems for energy conversion which can contribute to the reduction of CO2 emissions are studied. Moreover, the development of manufacturing processes of electric devices which save energy and resources is studied because conventional manufacturing processes consume large amounts of energy.

Visualized flow pattern in an evaporating droplet on a substrate

Thermal Energy Systems

System regenerating high-temperature steam from unutilized hot water

Staff

Prof. Jun Fukai
Asst.Prof. Shuji Hironaka

The Main Research Topics

  • Development of equipment for thermal energy recovery, storage and transport
  • Control and analysis of thin film formation using inkjet method
  • Analysis of drying behaviors of nanoscale material coating
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