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Session programs : 5. Chemical reaction engineering

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5. Chemical reaction engineering

Hall K, Day 2 | Hall K, Day 3

TimePaper
ID
Title / AuthorsKeywordsTopic codeAck.
number
Hall K(), Day 2(Mar. 21)
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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