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Hall K()

Hall K, Day 1 | Hall K, Day 2 | Hall K, Day 3
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Title / AuthorsKeywordsTopic codeAck.
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Hall K(), Day 1(Mar. 20)
1. Fundamental properties
13:0013:20K113Interfacial modification of liquid-liquid system by energy concentration of microwave irradiation
(U. Hyogo) Sonobe Satoshi, Shibata Yosuke, *(Reg)Asakuma Yusuke, (Curtin U.) Hyde Anita, Phan Chi
Microwave
Interfacial modification
Interfacial tension
1-a168
(13:20–14:40) (Chair: Seto Hirokazu, Tatemoto Yuji)
13:2013:40K114Analysis of Hydration Properties inside the Nanochannels of Self-Assembled Ionic Liquid Crystals by Using Molecular Dynamics Simulation
(U. Hyogo) *(Reg)Ishii Yoshiki, (Osaka U.) (Reg)Matubayasi Nobuyuki, (Kitasato U.) Watanabe Go, (U. Tokyo) Harada Yoshihisa, Kato Takashi, (U. Hyogo) Washizu Hitoshi
Ionic Liquid Crystal
Self-Assembly
Nanochannels
1-a351
13:4014:00K115Modification of interaction number parameters for pure components in new activity coefficient equation and its application to multicomponent systems
(Kyushu U.) (Reg)Iwai Yoshio
interaction number parameter
new activity coefficient equation
multicomponent system
1-a89
14:0014:20K116Temperature dependence of parameters of Wilson equation
(Tokyo U. Sci.) (Reg)Ohe Shuzo
vapor-liquid equilibria
Wilson parameter
temperature dependence
1-a358
14:2014:40K117Evaluation of Solid-Liquid Equilibria for Drug + Cyclodextrin + Water System Using Activity Coefficient Equation
(Nihon U.) *(Reg)Tochigi Katsumi, (Reg)Matsuda Hiroyuki, (Stu)Sakuma Yuuto, (Reg)Kurihara Kiyofumi
Solid-Liquid Equilibria
Drug Containing System
Activity Coefficient Equation
1-a198
(15:00–16:20) (Chair: Yasuda Masahiro, Miyagawa Masaya)
15:0015:20K119Measurement and prediction of 1-butene solubility and diffusivity in propylene copolymers with different crystallinity and composition
(Tohoku U.) (Stu·PCEF)Aoyama Yuki, (Tohoku Inst. Tech.) *(Reg)Sato Yoshiyuki, (Tohoku U.) (Reg)Inomata Hiroshi
Crystallinity
Solubility
Diffusivity
1-a432
15:2015:40K120Estimation of Thermal Conductivities for Liquid Mixtures Using ASOG-ThermConduct Model
(Nihon U.) *(Reg)Tochigi Katsumi, (Reg)Matsuda Hiroyuki, (Reg)Kurihara Kiyofumi, (Chuo U.) (Reg)Funazukuri Toshitaka, (GNAU U.) V. K. Rattan
Thermal Conductivity
ASOG-ThermConduct model
Prediction
1-a137
15:4016:00K121A prediction method of vapor pressure of pure substance
(Tokyo U. Sci.) (Reg)Ohe Shuzo
vapor pressure
boiling point
organic compound
1-a360
16:0016:20K122Evaluation of transient rheological properties by ultrasonic velocity profiling
(Hokkaido U.) *(Reg)Tasaka Yuji, Yoshida Taiki, (Stu)Ohie Kohei, Murai Yuichi
Rheometry
Transient properties
Ultrasonic wave
1-a164
16:2016:40K123A quantum chemical study for the intermolecular interactions between ionic liquids and non aqueous solvents toward designing gas separation liquids
(Chuo U./JST ACT-X) *(Reg)Kuroki N., (Chuo U.) (Stu)Watanabe S., (Chuo U./IMS) (Reg)Mori H.
non aqueous solutions of ionic liquids
ab initio simulations
intermolecular interaction
1-a472
Hall K(), Day 2(Mar. 21)
5. Chemical reaction engineering
9:009:20K201Preparation of chemical precursors by catalytic hydrogenation of 2-chloropropene
(Tokushima U.) *(Reg)Sugiyama Shigeru, (Stu·PCEF)Endo Shino, (Reg)Shimoda Naohiro, (Reg)Katoh Masahiro
2-chloropropene
hydrogenation
palladium
5-a1
9:209:40K202Selective Production of vicinal-butanediols from erythritol via aqueous phase hydrodeoxygenation over carbon supported Cu catalyst prepared from ion-exchange resin
(Tokyo Tech) *(Int)Wang Weican, Nakagawa Koji, (Reg)Fujitsuka Hiroyasu, (AIST) (Reg)Fumoto Eri, (Hokkaido U.) (Reg)Yoshikawa Takuya, (Reg)Nakasaka Yuta, (Reg)Masuda Takao, (Tokyo Tech) (Reg)Tago Teruoki
erythritol
hydrodeoxygenation
carbon supported Cu catalyst
5-g483
9:4010:00K203Analysis of reaction mechanism of propane dehydrogenation with H2S co-feeding over iron sulfide-based catalyst
(Shizuoka U.) *(Reg)Watanabe Ryo, Yoda Yuta, Hirata Nozomu, Kohno Yoshiumi, (Reg)Fukuhara Choji
Propane dehydrogenation
Redox
Lattice sulfide
5-a414
10:0010:20K204Product composition prediction of catalytic cracking reaction with machine learning and feature engineering
(Shinshu U.) *(Reg)Shimada Iori, (Reg)Osada Mitsumasa, (Reg)Fukunaga Hiroshi, (Reg)Koyama Michihisa
machine learning
feature engineering
catalytic cracking
5-a403
10:4011:00K206Impact of Amount of Cu on CO2 Reduction Performance of Cu/TiO2 with NH3 and H2O
(Mie U.) *(Reg)Nishimura Akira, (Stu)Sakakibara Yoshito, Koshio Akira
Photocatalyst
CO2 Reduction Performance
Reductants Combination
5-c31
11:0011:20K207evaluation for catalytic activity of H2-O2 recombination reaction by first-principle caliculation
(Toshiba ESS) *(Reg)Yamada Akira, (Cor)Tsujii Hideji, (Reg)Yagyu Motoshige, (Cor)Okabe Hirofumi
First-principle caliculation
hydrogen-oxygen recombination reaction
activation energy
5-a463
11:2011:40K208Study on oxidation mechanism of arsenite over supported noble metal catalysts in aqueous solution
(Kyushu U.) *(Reg)Kishida Masahiro, (Stu)Urata Takayuki, (Stu)Itoh Kyogo, Kondo Hiromichi, (Reg)Yamamoto Tsuyoshi
Arsenite oxidation
wastewater treatment
supported noble metal catalysts
5-a598
11:4012:00K209[The SCEJ Award for Outstanding Research Achievement] Investigation of Zeolite Catalyst Design Based on Chemical Reaction Engineering
(Tokyo Tech) (Reg)Tago Teruoki
The SCEJ Award for Outstanding Research Achievement
0-b651
13:0013:20K213[The SCEJ Award for Outstanding Research Achievement] Design of Ordered Nanospace Materials and Their Applications to Reaction and Separation
(Osaka U.) (Reg)Nishiyama Norikazu
The SCEJ Award for Outstanding Research Achievement
0-b652
(13:20–14:40) (Chair: Kawakita Hidetaka, Sano Noriaki)
13:2013:40K214Cold Start for Ammonia Oxidative Decomposition for Rapid Start of Hydrogen Production (2)
(Kyoto U.) *(Reg)Sato Katsutoshi, (Nagoya U.) Matsunaga Takahiro, (Reg)Nagaoka Katsutoshi
hydrogen
energy carrier
renewable energy
5-a367
13:4014:00K215CO2 methanation characteristics in the exhaust gas from generator engine by spiral type structured catalyst system
(Shizuoka U.) *(Reg)Akama Hiroshi, Taniguchi Tomoya, (Reg)Watanabe Ryo, (Reg)Fukuhara Choji
CO2 methanation
Structured catalyst
Engine exhaust
5-a473
14:0014:20K216Reaction field of Ni/CeO2 catalysts for CO2 methanatiom
(Ibaraki U.) *(Reg)Tada Shohei, (U. Tokyo) Nagase Hironori, (Reg)Kikuchi Ryuji
CO2 methanation
Ni
CeO2
5-a329
14:2014:40K217Development of membrane reactor for methane direct decomposition
(RITE) *(Reg)Seshimo Masahiro, Sasa Kazuaki, Yasuhara Ken-ichiro, Yamaguchi Yuichiro, (Reg)Nakao Shin-ichi
Methane decomposition
Membrane reactor
Hydrogen permeable membrane
5-d226
Hall K(), Day 3(Mar. 22)
(9:00–10:20) (Chair: Matsuoka Atsushi, Yamada Tsuyoshi)
9:009:20K301Generation of liquid-liquid slug flow by two interconnected pumps
(Osaka Pref. U.) Abe Hidetaka, *(Reg)Muto Akinori
Slug flow
extraction
tube reactor
5-f371
9:209:40K302Preparation of polymer nanoparticles and their leakage behavior of fluorescence molecule
(Okayama U.) *(Reg)Shimanouchi Toshinori, (Stu)Sato Taichi, (Keio U.) (Reg)Fujioka Satoko, (Reg)Terasaka Koichi, (Okayama U.) (Reg)Kimura Yukitaka
Slug flow
surfactant
extraction
5-f628
9:4010:00K303Ammonia synthesis by synchronizing the pressure swing of N2-H2 plasma with the pulse discharge and gas intake/exhaust cycles
(Tokyo Tech) *(Reg)Mori Shinsuke, (Stu)Sato Shoma
Plasma
Ammonia
Pressure swing
5-c608
10:0010:20K304One-pot synthesis of Cu-CHA zeolite and CO-assisted partial oxidation of methane
(U. Tokyo) *(Reg)Moteki Takahiko, Sogukkanli Sibel, (Reg)Ogura Masaru
one-pot synthesis
zeolite
methane
5-a618
(10:40–12:00) (Chair: Morisada Shintaro, Ikeda Ayumi)
10:4011:00K306Analysis of structure and transport of porous material for PEFC (6) Observation and structural analysis of the microporous layer using electron staining
(Toyota Central R&D Lab.) *(Cor)Matsuoka Yoriko, (Reg)Kato Satoru
MPL
SEM
Electron-Staining
5-i114
11:0011:20K307Reaction characteristics of reactants for hydrogen generated in a severe accident
(Toshiba ESS) *(Cor)Misawa Rena, (Reg)Yamada Akira, (Cor)Tsujii Hideji, (Reg)Yamada Kazuya, (Cor)Okabe Hirofumi, (Cor)Kokami Hiroki
hydorogen oxidation
solid-gas reaction
metal oxide
5-i484
11:2011:40K308Control of Response Temperature of Thermo-responsive Copolymer Using Ultrasonic Irradiation
(Tohoku U.) (Int)Lee Seunghwan, *(Reg)Kubo Masaki, (Reg)Tsukada Takao
ultrasound
polymer
thermo-responsive
5-b500
11:4012:00K309Investigation on the influence of the microbubbles on the ultrasonic cavitation using the flow reactor.
(NIT Nagaoka) *(Reg)Murakami Yoshinori, Tsuchida Kazuki
untrasound
microbobble
active oxygen
5-b420
13:4014:00K315Construction of surface reaction mechanism of carbon species in SiC-CVI process based on theoretical study
(U. Tokyo) *(Reg)Sato Noboru, (Stu)Kondo Yoshifumi, (Stu)Otaka Yuhei, (IHI) (Reg)Fukushima Yasuyuki, (U. Tokyo) (Reg)Deura Momoko, (Reg)Momose Takeshi, (Reg)Shimogaki Yukihiro
SiC CVI
surface reaction mechanism
CH3SiCl3
5-h538
14:0014:20K316Multiscale simulation framework for chemical vapor deposition in nonlinear surface reaction kinetics case
(U. Tokyo) *(Stu)Zhang Jin, (Reg)Deura Momoko, (Reg)Momose Takeshi, (Reg)Shimogaki Yukihiro
multiscale simulation
chemical vapor deposition
nonlinear reaction kinetics
5-h518
14:2014:40K317Conformal growth of SiC onto trenches by CVI from MTS/H2 with using quasi-0th-order reaction and sacrificial layer
(U. Tokyo) *(Stu)Otaka Yuhei, (Reg)Sato Noboru, (Stu)Kondo Yoshifumi, (IHI) (Reg)Fukushima Yasuyuki, (U. Tokyo) (Reg)Deura Momoko, (Reg)Momose Takeshi, (Reg)Shimogaki Yukihiro
SiC
CVD
CVI
5-h383
(15:00–16:20) (Chair: Hoshino Yu, Hagio Takeshi)
15:0015:20K319Si-B film formation using boron trichloride and dichlorosilane gases
(Yokohama Nat. U.) Otani Mana, Muroi Mitsuko, *(Reg)Habuka Hitoshi
Silicon-boron
CVD
BCL3
5-h42
15:2015:40K320Formation mechanism of core-shell Ni-SiO2 catalyst by flame spray pyrolysis
(Yamagata U.) (Reg)Fujiwara Kakeru
Flame spray pyrolysis
Ni catalyst
SiO2 shell
5-h424
15:4016:00K32114-cm-long carbon nanotube forest via in situ supplements of iron and aluminum vapor sources
(Waseda U.) *(Reg)Sugime Hisashi, Sato Toshihiro, Nakagawa Rei, (Shizuoka U.) Hayashi Tatsuhiro, (Reg)Inoue Yoku, (Waseda U.) (Reg)Noda Suguru
carbon nanotube
chemical vapor deposition
catalyst
5-h27
16:0016:20CVD reaction subdivision encouragement award ceremony

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