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IDA Tamio

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FacultyResearch Institute of Bio-coke / Graduate School of Science and Engineering Research
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Last Updated :2020/09/01

Education and Career

Education

  •  - 1987 , Toyohashi University of Technology
  •  - 1987 , Toyohashi University of Technology, Graduate School of Engineering
  •  - 1985 , Toyohashi University of Technology, Faculty of Engineering
  •  - 1985 , Toyohashi University of Technology, School of Engineering

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Manufacturing technology (mechanical, electrical/electronic, chemical engineering), Thermal engineering

Research Interests

  • Renewable Energy, Combustion Engineering, Micro-flame, Combustion Engineering

Published Papers

  • Effect of moisture content, forming temperature and structural components on Biocoke solidification from various biomass resources, Nami TAGAMI, Tamio IDA, DOI(10), 1 - 10, Apr. 2018 , Refereed
  • COMMINUTION ENERGY AND ASSESSMENT OF TRANSPORT PROPERTY OF SEMI-CARBONIZED WOODY BIOMASS, Proceedings of the International Conference on Power Engineering-09, Proceedings of the International Conference on Power Engineering-09, 1, 219 - 224, Nov. 2009
  • Comminution and Combustion Properties of Mixture of Semi-Carbonized Woody Biomass and Coal, Journal of JSEM, Journal of JSEM, 9, 36 - 41, Sep. 2009
  • Comminution and Combustion Properties of Mixture of Semi-Carbonized Woody Biomass and Coal, Proceedings of ISEM-08, Proceedings of ISEM-08, 1 - 6, Dec. 2008
  • Effect of citric acid addition on transportation of semi-carbonized fuel, Toru Sawai, Takeshi Kajimoto, Takako Honjyo, Hiroshi Sano, Tamio Ida, Manabu Fuchihata, Masuo Kaji, Nihon Enerugi Gakkaishi/Journal of the Japan Institute of Energy, Nihon Enerugi Gakkaishi/Journal of the Japan Institute of Energy, 83(10), 782 - 787, 2004
    Summary:"Semi-carbonization" pyrolysis was studied for cellulose, citric acid, and their mixtures. The acid additives promoted dehydration of cellulose and affected the weight yield of char derived from cellulose within the temperature region of the semi-carbonization pyrolysis. The transportation analysis model of the semi-carbonized fuel was presented to evaluate the optimum weight yield for a given transportation distance. The acid additives reduced the weight yield at a given pyrolysis temperature and contributed to improving the transportation of the semi-carbonized fuel.
  • Effect of Acid Additives on “Semi-Carbonization” Pyrolysis of Woody Biomass, Proceedings of the International Conference on Power Engineering : ICOPE 2003(3), Proceedings of the International Conference on Power Engineering : ICOPE 2003(3), 3-73 - 3-78, Nov. 2003
  • Combustion speed comparison of semi-charcoal pellet with simple bio-pellet, Sep. 2002
  • Time-dependent mezzo scale lagrangian process in turbulent diffusion flames observed using an ultrahigh speed video system, Oct. 2000
  • Macroscopic Turbulent Diffusion Flame Structures Observed using an Ultrahigh Speed Video System, Oct. 1998
  • Time-dependent lagragian process in turbulent diffusion flames observed using an ultrahigh speed video system, 318 - 321, May 1997

Books etc

  • Engineering of Thermal Energy and Environment Conservation,   2002

Conference Activities & Talks

  • Woody Biomass Resources of the Kii peninsula and estimate Method of its export quantity,   2003 06
  • New Fuel BCDF: Hot briquetting method of cellulose, apanese cypress sawdust and KAIZUKAIBUKI,   2003 06
  • Reappraisal of cascading rank for utility value of biomass,   2003 06
  • Woody biomass resources of the Ki peninsula and estimate method of its export quantity,   2003 06
  • Energy potential of forestry biomass in moutainous area,   2002 12
  • The possibility and the ripple effect of a energy independent city,   2002 06
  • Thermal energy of aste Resource in Rural Area,   2002 06