Updated on 2023/10/19

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MATSUDA Keigo
 
Organization
Graduate School of Informatics Department of Complex Systems Science 5 Professor
Graduate School
Graduate School of Informatics
Undergraduate School
School of Informatics Department of Natural Informatics
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Professor
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Degree 1

  1. Doctor of Engineering ( 2005.3   Tokyo Institute of Technology ) 

Research Interests 4

  1. 計算科学

  2. 熱力学

  3. プロセス工学

  4. 化学工学

Research Areas 4

  1. Manufacturing Technology (Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Chemical Engineering) / Chemical reaction and process system engineering

  2. Energy Engineering / Earth resource engineering, Energy sciences

  3. Environmental Science/Agriculture Science / Sound material-cycle social systems

  4. Informatics / Computational science

Current Research Project and SDGs 3

  1. CO2分離回収技術開発

  2. 液相窒素化合物資源化技術開発

  3. 再生可能熱エネルギー利活用技術

Research History 8

  1. Nagoya University   Graduate School of Informatics   Professor

    2023.3

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  2. Ternary Systems LLC   CEO

    2023.1

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  3. Tohoku University   Graduate School of Engineering Department of Chemical Engineering   Designated associate professor

    2021.4 - 2023.2

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  4. Waseda University   Research Institute for Science and Engineering   Designated associate professor

    2020.4 - 2023.2

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  5. 産業技術総合研究所   再生可能エネルギー研究センター   クロスアポイントメントフェロー

    2015.4 - 2020.3

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  6. Yamagata University   Graduate School of Science and Engineering   Associate professor

    2010.12 - 2023.2

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  7. Yamagata University   Graduate School of Science and Engineering   Assistant Professor

    2007.4 - 2010.11

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  8. 産業技術総合研究所   環境化学技術研究部門   特別研究員

    2005.4 - 2007.3

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Education 1

  1. Tokyo Institute of Technology   Graduate School of Science and Engineering   Department of Chemical Engineering

    - 2005.3

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    Country: Japan

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Professional Memberships 5

  1. American Institute of Chemical Engineers

    2007.8

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  2. 石油学会

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  3. 分離技術会

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  4. 化学工学会

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  5. 日本機械学会

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Committee Memberships 7

  1. 石油学会東北支部   幹事  

    2024.3   

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  2. 化学工学会ダイナミックプロセス応用分科会   副分科会長  

    2023.9   

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  3. 化学工学会分離プロセス部会   幹事  

       

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  4. 化学工学会蒸留分科会   分科会長  

       

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  5. 国際電気標準会議(IEC)PC126(Binary Power Generation Systems)   国際議長  

       

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  6. 分離技術会総務委員会   委員  

       

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  7. 化学工学会SIS部会   幹事  

       

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Awards 1

  1. 標準化奨励賞

    2022.10   一般財団法人日本規格協会  

 

Papers 83

  1. Synergistic Effects of Adding a Rinse Step and Investigating Adsorbents in PVSA Systems for Enhanced CO2 Separation Performance in Post-Combustion Invited Reviewed

    Fujii, Yota; Yamamoto, Aguru; Matsuda, Keigo

    Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research     2023.11

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  2. Synthesis of hybrid membrane distillation processes with optimal structures for ethanol dehydration Invited Reviewed

    Mizuki Moriwaki, Josué J. Herrera Velázquez, Julián Cabrera Ruiz, Keigo Matsuda, J. Rafael Alcántara-Avila

    Computers & Chemical Engineering     2023.10

  3. Reaction rate enhancement of three‐phase hydrogenation using the Taylor flow reactor Invited Reviewed

    Takafumi Horie, Kenta Hirai, Norihisa Kumagai, Keita Taniya, Yuichi Ichihashi, Naoto Ohmura, Keigo Matsuda, Hideyuki Matsumoto, Makoto Sakurai, Yoshihide Watabe

    Journal of Advanced Manufacturing and Processing     2022.3

  4. Applicability study of micro Kalina cycle for regional low grade geothermal heat in Japan Invited Reviewed

    Akimoto Ryosuke, Yamaki Takehiro, Nakaiwa Masaru, Matsuda Keigo

    CASE STUDIES IN THERMAL ENGINEERING   Vol. 28   2021.12

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    In this study, the micro Kalina cycle (Micro KC) was designed as 10 kW class power generation system to utilize the low grade thermal heat sources (hot spring) at a temperature of 373 K with applying characteristic of the Lorenz cycle. The utilization of low grade geothermal energy which is not currently the focus of attention, is important as an energy source for distributed energy systems in small villages in mountainous areas of Japan. In the case of low grade geothermal heat utilization, it is difficult to utilize for power generation due to its large temperature gradient caused by the low temperature and small flow rate of the heat source. This condition is suitable for applying the Lorenz cycle. It was found that micro KC could generate 9.42–11.0 kW of electricity under realistic hot spring water conditions (373 K, 4000 kg/h) of Japan. The micro KC showed in 50% higher power performance than a micro ORC using R245fa.

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  5. Evaluation of a power generation system that integrates multiple Kalina cycles and absorption heat pumps

    Ryosuke Akimoto, Takehiro Yamaki, Masaru Nakaiwa, Keigo Matsuda

    Case Studies in Thermal Engineering   Vol. 28   page: 101363 - 101363   2021.12

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  6. Feasibility Study of Micro Kalina Cycle for Hot Spring Power Generation Invited Reviewed

    Ryosuke Akimoto, Takehiro Yamaki, Yasuhiko Suzuki, Masaru Nakaiwa, Keigo Matsuda

    Kagaku Kogaku Ronbunshu   Vol. 47 ( 5 ) page: 143 - 147   2021.9

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    A model-based approach was employed to examine the applicability of a micro-Kalina cycle of up to 20 kW (about 373 K) with a working fluid of ammonia/water for low-grade geothermal heat energy. It was found possible to generate 15‒24 kW using hot springs (353‒393 K, 10,000 kg/h). It was also found that the micro-Kalina cycle shows a temperature glide like a Lorenz cycle under the simulation conditions, and that it had higher power generation performance than the organic Rankin cycle.

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  7. Microwave-assisted heating reactions of N-acetylglucosamine (GlcNAc) in sulfolane as a method generating 1,6-anhydrosugars consisting of amino monosaccharide backbones

    Kaga H., Enomoto M., Shimizu H., Nagashima I., Matsuda K., Kawaguchi S., Narumi A.

    Molecules   Vol. 25 ( 8 )   2020.4

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    The microwave-assisted heating reaction of N-acetyl glucosamine (GlcNAc) in sulfolane is described. The reaction produces two major products that are assignable to 1,6-anhydro-2-acetamido-2-deoxy-β-d-glucopyranose (AGPNAc) and 1,6-anhydro-2-acetamido-2-deoxy-β-d-glucofuranose (AGFNAc). In order to reveal a general feature of the system, the 3, 5, and 10 min reactions were performed at 140, 160, 180, 200, and 220 ◦C to clarify the time course changes in the conversion of GlcNAc and the yields of the two produced 1,6-anhydrosugars. Temperature is a crucial factor that significantly affects the conversion of GlcNAc. The yields of AGPNAc and AGFNAc are also drastically changed depending on the reaction conditions. The 5-min reaction at 200 ◦C is shown to be the optimal condition to generate the 1,6-anhydrosugars with a high efficiency in which AGPNAc and AGFNAc are produced in the yields of 21% and 44%, respectively. Consequently, the microwave-assisted heating reaction of GlcNAc in sulfolane is shown to be a simple and promising pathway to generate 1,6-anhydrosugars consisting of amino monosaccharide backbones, which have high potentials as raw materials leading to biological oligosaccharides and biomimetic polysaccharides.

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  8. Effects of steam on toluene hydrogenation over a Ni catalyst

    Atsumi R., Kobayashi K., Xieli C., Nanba T., Matsumoto H., Matsuda K., Tsujimura T.

    Applied Catalysis A: General   Vol. 590   2020.1

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    The catalytic toluene hydrogenation over Ni/SiO2 was carried out using H2 or a H2/H2O mixture. The toluene conversion and MCH selectivity were evaluated under partial steam pressures 0−10 kPa, at H2/toluene molar ratios 1–5, and at temperatures 393−453 K. In the absence of steam, toluene conversion increased with increasing H2 partial pressure, and the MCH selectivity decreased with increasing temperature. In the presence of steam, the toluene conversion showed near-constant activities over the entire range of steam partial pressures, and the MCH selectivity increased with increasing steam partial pressure. This result indicated that the addition of steam inhibited byproduct formation. To clarify the effects of steam on the side-reaction, the byproducts composition was analyzed using a gas chromatograph. The results showed that the addition of steam inhibited demethylation, the ring-opening reaction of MCH, the disproportionation of toluene, and isomerization to convert six-membered ring compounds into five-membered ring compounds.

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  9. Effect of Chemical and Physical Properties of Titanium Oxide Support Surface During Nitrogen Monoxide Reduction by Carbon Monoxide in Presence Water over Titanium Oxide Supported Platinum Catalyst Reviewed

    Kobayashi, K, S. Ogawa, Hideyuki Matsumoto, Keigo Matsuda, Tetsuya Namba

    J. Japan. Petrol. Inst   Vol. 63 ( 1 ) page: 28 - 37   2020.1

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  10. A Study on the Regional Value Creation by Impression Evaluation Method of Hot Spring Qualities Reviewed

    Yumi Takasawa, Naoki Kodama, Keigo Matsuda

    Journal of the Japan Association of Regional Development and Vitalization     2019.3

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  11. Energy Saving Performances of the Internal Heat Integrated Batch Distillation for Non-Ideal Mixture Reviewed

    Yasuhiko Suzuki, Takehiro Yamaki, Akira Endo, Hideyuki Matsumoto, Takafumi Horie, Keigo Matsuda

    Journal of Chemical Engineering of Japan   Vol. 52 ( 2 ) page: 215 - 221   2019.2

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    Batch distillation is a useful separation technique for obtaining a pure product from a multi-component mixture. However, it is less energy-efficient than continuous distillation. This paper describes the system we developed for an internally heat-integrated batch distillation column (Batch or Semi-batch HIDiC) to minimize the energy consumption of the batch distillation process. We simulated the isopropyl alcohol dehydration process as a non-ideal system. The applicability of the system was examined using a commercial process simulator, Aspen Plus Dynamics (R) to evaluate energy-saving performance. The energy evaluations of the Batch and the Semi-batch HIDiC model were compared against the conventional batch distillation model. It was found that with the Semi-batch HIDiC, this system has the potential to reduce process time and energy consumption more effectively than with conventional batch distillation.

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  12. Design and Economic Evaluation of the Separation Processes using Inorganic Membrane Technology Reviewed

    Kei Takane, Kenta Suzuki, Keigo Matsuda, Takahiro Yamaki, Akira Endo

    Membrane   Vol. 44 ( 4 ) page: 163 - 168   2019.1

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  13. Kinetic Analysis of Support Effects of Pt-Loaded Catalysts on Toluene Hydrogenation using Rate-based Model Reviewed

    Atsumi, R, S. Xieli, Hideyuki Matsumoto, K. Kobayashi, Keigo Matsuda, T. Tsujimura, Tetsuya Namba

    J. Japan. Petrol. Inst   Vol. 62 ( 1 ) page: 28 - 36   2019.1

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  14. Operation Range of Modified Petlyuk Process for Separation of Benzene, Toluene and p-Xylene Mixture Reviewed

    Takehiro Yamaki, Kei Takane, Ryousuke Akimot, Keigo Matsuda

    J. Japan. Petrol. Inst   Vol. 62 ( 1 ) page: 45 - 51   2019.1

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  15. Operability of the modified petlyuk process for separation of benzene, toluene, and p-xylene ternary mixture

    Yamaki T., Akimoto R., Takane K., Matsuda K.

    Journal of the Japan Petroleum Institute   Vol. 62 ( 1 ) page: 45 - 51   2019

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    A modified Petlyuk process with a reboiler at the bottom of the prefractionator eliminates the need for a vapor interconnection between the main column and the prefractionator and thus improves operability. However, the effect of this configuration on the operability has not been clarified. To elucidate this, the operability of a modified Petlyuk process with a reboiler at the bottom of the prefractionator for the separation of benzene, toluene, and p-xylene ternary mixture. The effect of the bottom-out to feed ratio of the prefractionator on the separation characteristics of the modified Petlyuk process was investigated for different feed flow rates. The operation range of the modified Petlyuk process was clarified by presenting the conditions satisfying the product specifications as a contour plot for the feed flow rate and the bottom-out to feed ratio of the prefractionator. The operability of the modified Petlyuk process was compared with that of the original Petlyuk process. A dynamic simulation verified that the product specifications can be satisfied simply by adjusting the bottom-out to feed ratio of the prefractionator for a disturbance of the feed flow rate.

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  16. Intensification of reactive distillation for TAME synthesis based on the analysis of multiple steady-state conditions

    Yamaki T., Matsuda K., Na-Ranong D., Matsumoto H.

    Processes   Vol. 6 ( 12 )   2018.12

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    Our previous study reported that operation in multiple steady states contributes to an improvement in reaction conversion, making it possible to reduce the energy consumption of the reactive distillation process for tert-amyl methyl ether (TAME) synthesis. This study clarified the factors responsible for an improvement in the reaction conversion for operation in the multiple steady states of the reactive distillation column used in TAME synthesis. The column profiles for those conditions, in which multiple steady states existed and those in which they did not exist, were compared. The vapor and liquid flow rates with the multiple steady states were larger than those when the multiple steady states did not exist. The effect of the duty of the intermediate condenser, which was introduced at the top of the reactive section, on the liquid flow rate for a reflux ratio of 1 was examined. The amount of TAME production increased from 55.2 to 72.1 kmol/h when the intermediate condenser was operated at 0 to -5 MW. Furthermore, the effect of the intermediate reboiler duty on the reaction performance was evaluated. The results revealed that the liquid and vapor flow rates influenced the reaction and separation performances, respectively.

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  17. Separation of 2-Propanol/Water/n-Hexane Ternary System using the Batch Distillation Commercial Plant Reviewed

    Yasuhiko Suzuki, Takahiro Yamaki, Ryosuke Akimoto, Keigo Matsuda

    Kagaku Kogaku Ronbunshu   Vol. 44 ( 6 ) page: 350 - 354   2018.11

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  18. Economic evaluation of heat-pump-assisted distillation systems Reviewed

    Kenta Suzuki, Kei Takane, Takehiro Yamaki, Toshihiro Wakabayashi, J. Rafael Alcantara Avila, Hideyuki Matsumoto, Takafumi Horie, Masaru Nakaiwa, Keigo Matsuda

    Kagaku Kogaku Ronbunshu   Vol. 44 ( 5 ) page: 303 - 307   2018.10

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    © 2018 The Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan. Heat-pump-assisted distillation columns such as the vapor recompression column (VRC), self-heat recuperation column (SHRC), and heat integration column (HIDiC) have attracted attention in industry because of their strong impact on energy savings in chemical processes. Compared to conventional distillation columns, these systems have the advantage of reducing operation and construction costs, but little work has been done to evaluate the cost of these systems. This study employed the commercial process simulator Aspen Plus® to evaluate energy saving and economic performances. The heat-pump-assisted distillation distillation systems were economically superior to the conventional process for separation of a propylene-propane mixture. In particular, a thermally optimized HIDiC reduced energy consumption and total annual cost by 64 and 56% respectively in comparison with the conventional distillation process.

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  19. Kinetics, isotherm and thermodynamics of sterol adsorption on styrene-divinylbenzene anion-exchange resins

    Ladadok C., Yamaki T., Matsuda K., Matsumoto H., Na-Ranong D.

    ScienceAsia   Vol. 44 ( 5 ) page: 346 - 354   2018.10

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    Phytosterols can be recovered from natural resources using molecular distillation, cold crystallization, which require large energy consumption. Adsorption was considered as a feasible alternative method. In this study, kinetics, isotherm and thermodynamics of stigmasterol adsorption on styrene-divinylbenzene with two different functional groups, strong base (SB-R) and weak base (WB-R), were investigated using a model solution of stigmasterol in n-heptane. Isothermal adsorption experiments were performed in temperature range of 298-313 K and concentration range of 0.3-6.0 mg/gsol. For both SB-R and WB-R cases, kinetics of adsorption was analysed based on pseudofirst- order and pseudo-second-order models and the results revealed that pseudo-second-order model agreed with the experimental data much better than pseudo-first-order model. Analysis of isotherm data based on Langmuir, Freundlich and linear models showed that Freundlich was the best model that could predict behaviour of sterol adsorption for both SB-R and WB-R cases. In addition, thermodynamics parameters (δG, δH andδS) indicated that the sterol adsorptions on these adsorbents were spontaneous, exothermic and favourable at low temperature.

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  20. Kinetics, Isotherm and Thermodynamics of Adsorption of Sterol on Strong Acid Ion Exchange Resin Reviewed

    Chinakrit Ladadok, Taehiro Yamaki, Keigo Matsuda, Hideyuki Matsumoto, Na-Ranong Duangkamo

    Chemical Engineering Transactions   Vol. 70   page: 1075 - 1080   2018.9

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  21. Energy-saving performance of reactive distillation process for TAME synthesis through multiple steady state conditions

    Yamaki T., Matsuda K., Na-Ranong D., Matsumoto H.

    Chemical Engineering and Processing - Process Intensification   Vol. 130   page: 101 - 109   2018.8

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    We have previously reported the existence of steady-state solutions where reaction conversion is improved within multiple steady states, which appear in the reactive distillation column for tert-amyl methyl ether (TAME) synthesis. In the present study, we examined the energy-saving performance of a reactive distillation process that comprises a reactive distillation column and two recovery distillation columns for multiple steady state conditions using steady-state process simulation. Bifurcation analysis revealed that the multiple steady state did not exist under a reflux ratio of 1, but existed under reflux ratios of 2, 3, and 4. The reboiler duty required to obtain high-purity TAME increased with increase in reflux ratio. The evaluation of energy consumption revealed that the reboiler duties of the second recovery column at the steady-state solutions in the multiple steady state were lower than that at the steady-state solution of reflux ratio 1. Due to the high reaction conversion and reduction of the reboiler duty in the second recovery column, the energy inputs per mole of TAME product at steady-state solutions of the multiple steady state with reflux ratios of 2, 3, and 4 reduced by 17, 12, and 6%, respectively, compared to that for reflux ratio 1.

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  22. Improvement of separation performance by fluid motion in the membrane module with a helical baffle Reviewed

    Takaaki Akagi, Takafumi Horie, Hayato Masuda, Keigo Matsuda, Hideyuki Matsumoto, Naoto Ohmura, Yushi Hirata

    SEPARATION AND PURIFICATION TECHNOLOGY   Vol. 198   page: 52 - 59   2018.6

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    Pressure-driven membrane filtration processes such as microfiltration and ultrafiltration are still hindered by concentration polarization and membrane fouling. Generally in these filtration processes, concentration polarization causes decline of permeate flux and rejection, and fouling leads to permeate flux decline with the increase of rejection. The use of high shear stress for cross flow filtrations has long been considered one of the most efficient methods for overcoming these problems. However, circumferential fluid motion of the hollow fiber membrane surface is also important to avoid formation of a high concentration layer on the surface. In this study, ultrafiltration of humic acid aqueous solution using a polyethersulfone hollow fiber membrane was selected as a model case, and a membrane module with a helical baffle installed around the membrane was used. With the insertion of the baffle, normalized permeate flux and rejection became higher than those without the baffle at the wide range of the feed flow rate. In order to identify the cause of the improvement, CFD simulation was conducted for different baffle geometries. Swirling flow motion generated by the helical baffle around the membrane became more dominant with the lower aperture ratio of the cross sectional area, and there existed the optimum value for the swirling flow generation in terms of the variation of the helical baffle pitch length. The intensity of this fluid motion was characterized by Swirl number and it was found out that high separation performance was obtained at the high Swirl number. (C) 2017 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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  23. Ring-Expansion/Contraction Radical Crossover Reactions of Cyclic Alkoxyamines: A Mechanism for Ring Expansion-Controlled Radical Polymerization Reviewed

    Atsushi Narumi, Tetsuya Kobayashi, Masatsugu Yamada, Wolfgang Binder, Keigo Matsuda, Montaser Shaykoon, Kazushi Enomoto, Moriya Kikuchi, Seigou Kawaguchi

    Polymers   Vol. 10 ( 6 ) page: 638 - 638   2018.6

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  24. Amperometric sensing of H2O2 and glucose using wet-chemically deposited MnO2 thin films Reviewed

    Terukazu Kondo, Yuta Matsushima, Keigo Matsuda, Hidero Unuma

    Journal of the Ceramic Society of Japan   Vol. 126 ( 4 ) page: 260 - 262   2018.4

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    Herein, we report that -MnO2 thin films wet-chemically deposited on electro-conductive substrates exhibited good sensing abilities toward hydrogen peroxide and glucose without the assistance of immobilized enzymes, as well as the excellent supercapacitic performance described in our previous paper. High-sensitivity values of 380mA/(M·cm2) (H2O2) and 300mA/(M·cm2) (glucose) were attained with low detection limits of 0.7-mol/dm3 (H2O2) and 0.6-mol/dm3 (glucose). The good sensitivities and low detection limits were attributed to the large surface area of accumulated MnO2 nanosheets and their firm adhesion to the substrates. The method presented herein can be used for facile film deposition with good controllability and reproducibility.

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  25. Fabrication of hybridized microparticles composed of mesoporous manganese dioxide and fullerene C60 nanocrystals Reviewed

    Yuma Matsukubo, Nobuhiro Shimamura, Ayaka Toba, Toshihiko Arita, Tsukasa Yoshida, Hiroshi Yabu, Keigo Matsuda, Akito Masuhara

    Chemistry Letters   Vol. 47 ( 3 ) page: 347 - 349   2018

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    Hybridized microparticles composed of mesoporous manganese dioxide (MPMO) core and fullerene C60 nanocrystal (NCs) shell were fabricated by co-reprecipitation method. Double layer capacitance as well as fast surface redox reaction of MPMO contributes to increase the energy density, whereas C60 NCs contributes to the reduction of IR loss to enhance the power density. The coating of MPMO with C60 NCs resulted in a greatly improved pseudocapacitor performance, owing to the improved conductivity to allow fast charging/ discharging.

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  26. Separation of 2-propanol/water/n-hexane ternary system by batch distillation in a commercial plant

    Suzuki Y., Yamaki T., Akimoto R., Matsuda K.

    Kagaku Kogaku Ronbunshu   Vol. 44 ( 6 ) page: 350 - 354   2018

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    Process data of a commercial-scale batch distillation column for separation of a ternary mixture of 2-propanol/ water/n-hexane was analyzed, and a simulation model capable of predicting dynamic conditions was developed. The developed model was applied to batch distillation in a commercial plant, and the operation performances were studied. By adjusting the conventional operating conditions, it was found possible to improve the function and performance of the process and achieve energy-saving.

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  27. Application Method of Rate Based Model to Analysis of Dynamic Behavior of Stirred Tank Reactor for Phase Transfer Catalysis with the Third Liquid Phase Reviewed

    Hideyuki Matsumoto, Shiro Yoshikawa, Keigo Matsuda, Takafumi Horie, Daisuke Kobayashi

    JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING OF JAPAN   Vol. 50 ( 6 ) page: 408 - 414   2017.6

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    In order to intensify a phase transfer catalytic reactor with the third liquid phase, it is necessary to optimize multiple operation variables that are concerned with the mass transfer rate. In the present paper, we propose a systems approach by application of a rate based model for mass transfer between two phases. Application of the developed rate based model performs simulation with higher accuracy than the conventional partition equilibrium model, for numerical analysis of behavior of a batch process for the synthesis of 4-benzyloxy-vanillin by using tetrabutylammonium bromide as the phase transfer catalyst. Moreover, influences of the rotational speed of the impeller on changes in the overall mass transfer coefficients are analyzed by using estimation equations for the Sauter diameter and the specific interfacial area of the dispersed phase. Consequently, it is found that the assumption of spherical droplets for the dispersed phase is not applicable in the application of the estimation equations. Then, the sensitivity analysis based on the rate based model demonstrates that characteristics of liquid-liquid dispersion in the agitated triphase reactor is complex due to the role of the third phase as a surfactant.

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  28. Preparation of Porous Titania by Sol-Gel Method Using Alkylketene Dimers as a Template Reviewed

    Risa Takahashi, Hideyuki Matsumoto, Takafumi Horie, Keigo Matsuda

    JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING OF JAPAN   Vol. 50 ( 6 ) page: 450 - 454   2017.6

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    Porous titania (TiO2) particles were prepared using a sol-gel technique employing Alkylketene Dimers (AKD) as a template. The effects of incremental additions of AKD as a template material on crystal structure, surface and internal morphology, and pore properties were investigated using X-ray diffraction (XRD), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and nitrogen adsorption/desorption. The prepared titania had more than one pore size on its surface and internally. Incremental addition of AKD caused an increase in specific surface area. The prepared porous titania with the addition of AKD at 5 wt% exhibited a high specific surface area of 124 m(2)/g, which is markedly higher than in titania without AKD (53.5 m(2)/g). To quantitatively evaluate the porous structure, we performed fractal analysis over a wide scale using box-counting, small X-ray scattering (SAXS) and the FHH (Frenkel-Halsey-Hill) method. Porous titania showed fractal properties, both on its surface and internally.

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  29. Electrochemical properties of delta- and gamma-MnO2 thin films deposited by a chemical bath technique Reviewed

    Terukazu Kondo, Yuta Matsushima, Keigo Matsuda, Hidero Unuma

    JOURNAL OF MATERIALS SCIENCE-MATERIALS IN ELECTRONICS   Vol. 27 ( 8 ) page: 8001 - 8005   2016.8

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    In this study, gamma- and delta-MnO2 thin films were deposited onto F-doped tin oxide glass substrates via a chemical bath deposition technique in which manganese (II) ions were oxidized by bromate ion in a homogeneous solution. The addition of cetyltrimethylammonium chlorate to the starting solutions resulted in the deposition of the delta-phase. The thin films showed rectangular cyclic voltammograms even at higher scan rates. The delta-phase films showed better specific capacitance than the gamma-phase films. A 200-nm-thick delta-MnO2 film showed an excellent specific capacitance of 750 F/g at a scan rate of 10 mV/s.

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  30. Energy Saving Characteristics of an Internal Heat Integrated Reactive Distillation Process for Methyl Acetate Synthesis Reviewed

    Takehiro Yamaki, Keigo Matsuda, Duangkamol Na-Ranong, Hideyuki Matsumoto

    KAGAKU KOGAKU RONBUNSHU   Vol. 42 ( 2 ) page: 56 - 59   2016.3

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    A model for an internally heat integrated reactive distillation process without a compressor was developed, and the synthesis of methyl acetate from methanol and acetic acid was simulated. The applicability was evaluated by using the process simulator Aspen Plus. The steady state simulation showed that the energy consumption of the heat integrated reactive distillation process was lower than that of conventional reactive distillation.

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  31. Heat and Mass Transfer of Internally Heat Integrated Distillation Column (HIDiC)

    Keigo Matsuda, Koichi Iwakabe, Masaru Nakaiwa

    JOURNAL OF THE JAPAN PETROLEUM INSTITUTE   Vol. 58 ( 4 ) page: 189 - 196   2015.7

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  32. Application methods for a niche genetic algorithm for design of reactive distillation processes Reviewed

    Hideyuki Matsumoto, Kai Tun Lim, Chiaki Kuroda, Takehiro Yamaki, Keigo Matsuda

    Smart Innovation, Systems and Technologies   Vol. 30   page: 313 - 326   2015

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    A purpose of this chapter is to investigate application methods for a niche GA to design of Reactive Distillation (RD) process involving the production and separation of ethyl acetate. First, optimization system based on the Multi- Niche Crowding – Genetic Algorithm (MNC-GA) is demonstrated to be effective in searching preferable designs of RD process using multiple feeds from each reactant. It is seen that the MNC-GA allows the search to yield various design solutions without causing remarkable performance degradation for searching the best design. Thus, authors investigate application methods for utilizing the various design solutions from the viewpoint of analysis of operability of searched process. It is shown that the multiple preferable designs obtained using the MNC-GA are useful for searching more preferable designs by steady-state process simulation and for sensitivity analysis which provides us with insights to the dynamics in RD column. In addition, intermediate simulation results, which are obtained through all the generations, are demonstrated to produce informative distributed plots for the sensitivity analysis, as compared to the normalGA where the tournament-based selection method is used.

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  33. Heat and mass transfer of internally heat integrated distillation column (HIDiC)

    Matsuda K., Iwakabe K., Nakaiwa M.

    Journal of the Japan Petroleum Institute   Vol. 58 ( 4 ) page: 189 - 196   2015

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    A simulator for internally heat integrated distillation columns (HIDiC) with a rate-based model was developed. Using a mass transfer correlation for structured packings and the Chilton-Colburn analogy, heat transfer coefficients for the liquid phase were obtained. Based on the simulation results, the overall heat transfer coefficient U for the internal heat exchange in the HIDiC was estimated. Since the overall heat transfer coefficient obtained was similar to that obtained from the small experimental plant, the simulation with the rate-based model is useful to predict the overall heat transfer coefficient with the mass transfer correlation.

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  34. A Framework for Application of Genetic Algorithm to Model-Based Design of Reactive Distillation Process Reviewed

    Kai Tun Lim, Hideyuki Matsumoto, Takehiro Yamaki, Keigo Matsuda

    JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING OF JAPAN   Vol. 47 ( 2 ) page: 187 - 194   2014

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    In the present study, we investigate a framework for the application of genetic algorithm (GA) methods to reactive distillation (RD) process design. First, a computational method for hybrid simulation is proposed by linking a commercial process simulator with an in-house GA-based optimizer in order to accelerate the search for process designs showing high performance. When developing the hybrid simulation system, detailed methods for the GA operations of crossover, mutation, and selection were investigated to achieve a combination that maximizes the effectiveness of the simulation framework. Next, we investigate the designs obtained from the simulations for a case study, an RD process for acetyl acetate. The proposed GA method is shown to provide not only the lowest total annual cost (TAC) design, but also various alternative design solutions. Since the generation of alternative designs lets us consider many other factors, e. g., the distillate composition and the overall conversion of the product, we believe that the application of techniques such as multi-niche crowding (MNC) GA could be effective for searching simulataneously structural and operational conditions of multifunctional processes.

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  35. Effect of Operating Conditions on the Multiple Steady States in Reactive Distillation Reviewed

    Takehiro Yamaki, Masahiro Shishido, Keigo Matsuda, Hideyuki Matsumoto

    KAGAKU KOGAKU RONBUNSHU   Vol. 40 ( 3 ) page: 244 - 249   2014

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    The effects of operating conditions such as reflux ratio and reboiler duty on the product composition and reaction performance were discussed based on a simulation model of reactive distillation with multiple steady states(MSS). The region of MSS, determined by bifurcation analysis, was found to shift toward higher reboiler duty along with increase of reflux ratio. Separation and reaction performance under the MSS condition was higher than that in the absence of an MSS region.

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  36. The Process Operation of Reactive Distillation for TAME Synthesis through Multiple Steady-State Conditions Reviewed

    Takehiro Yamaki, Tatsuro Ikoshi, Masahiro Shishido, Keigo Matsuda, Hideyuki Matsumoto

    KAGAKU KOGAKU RONBUNSHU   Vol. 40 ( 3 ) page: 240 - 243   2014

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    Process dynamics of reactive distillation with multiple steady states (MSS) was investigated to provide a novel operation procedure. The existence of MSS was first clarified using a simulation model with bifurcation analysis. Dynamic simulations under MSS conditions were next performed and showed that the MSS had both stable and unstable solutions. The dynamic simulation results indicated the potential for operation using multiple steady-state conditions.

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  37. Star polymer with crosslinked core and water-soluble poly(N- hydroxyethylacrylamide)-arms: Synthesis by arm-first method using ATRP and characterizations by SEC-MALS and SAXS measurement in water

    Narumi A., Ohashi Y., Togashi D., Saito Y., Jinbo Y., Izumi Y., Matsuda K., Kakuchi T., Kawaguchi S.

    Journal of Polymer Science, Part A: Polymer Chemistry   Vol. 50 ( 17 ) page: 3546 - 3559   2012.9

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    Core crosslinked star (CCS)-polymers with water-soluble arms composed of poly(N-hydroxyethylacrylamide) (PHEAA) are described. N-Hydroxyethylacrylamide was polymerized by the atom transfer radical polymerization consisting of ethyl 2-chloropropionate, copper(I) chloride (CuCl), and tris[2-(dimethylamino)ethyl] amine in an ethanol/water mixed solvent at 20 °C. The obtained PHEAA-arms were subsequently coupled using N,N'-methylenebisacrylamide as the crosslinking agent and sodium L-ascorbic acid (AscNa) as the reaction activator. A total of 17 representative coupling reactions with diverse conditions are discussed together with the characterizations of the products mainly by size exclusion chromatograph equipped with the multiangle laser light scattering detector (SEC-MALS). Consequently, the coupling reactions provided CCS-polymers with PHEAA-arms (CCS-PHEAAs) having weight averaged-molecular weights determined by SEC-MALS (M w,MALS) ranging from 63.8 kg mol -1 to 832 kg mol -1, which corresponded to the average arm-number (N arm) ranging from 4.1 to 42, respectively. CCS-PHEAA with the M w,MALS of 250 kg mol -1 was isolated and characterized by small angle X-ray scattering measurements in 0.05 M NaNO 3 aq. at 25 °C, which was shown to possess a star-shaped structure and exist as single molecules with a radius of gyration at the infinite dilution condition (<R g2> z,01/2) of 74 ± 4 Å. Copyright © 2012 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

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  38. Recent advances in internally Heat-integrated distillation columns (HIDiC) for sustainable development

    Matsuda K., Iwakabe K., Nakaiwa M.

    Journal of Chemical Engineering of Japan   Vol. 45 ( 6 ) page: 363 - 372   2012.7

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    Internally heat integrated distillation columns (HIDiCs) have attracted industrial attention since HIDiCs are expected to have a strong impact on energy savings in chemical industries. Particularly in Japan, large national research projects for HIDiCs have been conducted, and a HIDiC pilot plant has been constructed. The pilot HIDiC has shown energy savings of more than 60% compared to a conventional distillation column in the separation example of a twelve-component hydrocarbon mixture. In addition, several research projects on HIDiCs have been carried out also in Europe. In this paper, the overview and recent advances in HIDiC technologies of Japan and Europe are introduced. © 2012 The Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan.

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  39. Star Polymer with Crosslinked Core and Water-Soluble Poly(N-hydroxyethylacrylamide)-Arms: Synthesis by Arm-First Method Using ATRP and Characterizations by SEC-MALS and SAXS Measurement in Water Reviewed

    A Narumi, Y. Ohashi, D. Togashi, Y. Sato, Y. Jinbo, Y. Izumi, Keigo Matsuda, T. Kakuchi, S. Kawaguchi

    Journal of Polymer Science   Vol. 50   page: 3546 - 3559   2012.1

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  40. Control of reactive distillation through the multiple steady state conditions Reviewed

    Takehiro Yamaki, Keigo Matsuda

    Chemical Engineering Transactions   Vol. 29   page: 223 - 228   2012

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    In this paper, the controllability of reactive distillation (RD) on the multiple steady states (MSS) was analysed. We used the RD column for tert-amyl methyl ether (TAME) synthesis for a case study. The model was prepared five PI controllers which control liquid level, feed flow rate, pressure of column overhead and bottom product composition. Initial conditions of dynamic simulation were chose three cases each of upper, middle and lower branches on the MSS. Product composition was controlled for the ±10 % disturbances of feed flow rate and reflux ratio. However, pressure disturbance was failed to keep the set point. These phenomena are able to explain the bifurcation diagrams. Copyright © 2012, AIDIC Servizi S.r.l.

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  41. Energy saving performance of internal heat-integrated batch distillation Reviewed

    Yasuhiko Suzuki, Takehiro Yamaki, Keigo Matsuda, Koji Takahashi, Akira Endo, Masaru Nakaiwa

    Chemical Engineering Transactions   Vol. 29   page: 277 - 282   2012

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    A model for an internally heat-integrated batch distillation column (Batch or Semi-batch HIDiC) was developed, and the separation of a benzene-toluene binary mixture was simulated. The applicability of the model was examined by using the commercial process simulator Aspen Plus Dynamics® to evaluate energy-saving performance and process time against the compression ratio and reflux ratio. The batch or semi-batch HIDiC model results were compared with the conventional batch distillation model. It was found that with the semi-batch HIDiC, the model has the potential to reduce process time and energy consumption more precisely than the conventional batch distillation model. Copyright © 2012, AIDIC Servizi S.r.l.

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  42. Recent Advances in Internally Heat-Integrated Distillation Columns (HIDiC) for Sustainable Development

    Keigo Matsuda, Koichi Iwakabe, Masaru Nakaiwa

    JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING OF JAPAN   Vol. 45 ( 6 ) page: 363 - 372   2012

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  43. Separation of binary azeotrope mixture via pressure-swing distillation with heat integration

    Matsuda K., Huang K., Iwakabe K., Nakaiwa M.

    Journal of Chemical Engineering of Japan   Vol. 44 ( 12 ) page: 969 - 975   2011.12

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    This paper addresses the addition of internal heat integration to the pressure-swing distillation (PSD) process used in the separation of binary pressure-sensitive azeotropes. The primary step in the process design is to determine the pressure elevation from the low-to high-pressure distillation columns, followed by the design of internal heat integration between the two distillation columns. A general procedure is suggested and illustrated through the separation of an acetonitrile-water binary mixture, which forms pressure-sensitive minimum-boiling azeotropes. Comparisons are made between the conventional and the internally heat integrated PSD processes. It is demonstrated that breaking pressure-sensitive azeotropic mixtures can be made more economical than the current practice with conventional PSD processes. However, the degree of cost reduction is strongly dependent upon the properties of the mixtures to be separated. © 2011 The Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan.

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  44. One-pot synthesis of manganese oxide nanoparticles from microemulsion systems

    Miyazawa T., Matsuda K., Fujimori A., Nonomura Y.

    Chemistry Letters   Vol. 40 ( 11 ) page: 1262 - 1263   2011.10

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    Manganese oxide nanoparticles can be obtained simply by mixing surfactant/water/oil ternary systems containing dialkyldimethylammonium chloride, manganese(II) nitrate hexahydrate, and n-hexane. This finding is valuable in the design of a one-pot synthesis of nanoparticles from microemulsion systems. © 2011 The Chemical Society of Japan.

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  45. Preparation of electrically conductive film from silver nanocolloid synthesized by reduction of silverthiolate

    Miyashima N., Matsuda K., Shishido M.

    Chemistry Letters   Vol. 40 ( 11 ) page: 1260 - 1261   2011.10

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    We have developed a simple scheme for preparation of silver nanoparticle film. This scheme includes the reaction between octanethiol in the toluene and silver ion in water at toluenewater interface. The electric conductive films would be produced by sintering the coated films of the prepared silver nanoparticles below 200 °C. © 2011 The Chemical Society of Japan.

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  46. A basic study on the applicability of internal heat-integration to batch distillation

    Yamaki T., Suzuki Y., Matsuda K., Shishido M., Takahashi K., Nakaiwa M.

    Kagaku Kogaku Ronbunshu   Vol. 37 ( 3 ) page: 241 - 245   2011.6

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    A model for an internally heat-integrated batch distillation column (Batch or Semi-batch HIDiC) was developed, and the separation of a benzene-toluene binary mixture was simulated. The applicability of the model was examined by using the commercial process simulator Aspen Plus Dynamics® to evaluate energy-saving performance and process time against the compression ratio and reflux ratio. The batch or semi-batch HIDiC model results were compared with the conventional batch distillation model. It was found that with the semi-batch HIDiC, the model has the potential to reduce process time and energy consumption more precisely than the conventional batch distillation model. © 2011 The Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan.

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  47. Effect of gas-liquid slug flow on continuous preparation of ZnS : Mn nanocrystals in thin tube reactor

    Shishido M., Abe H., Matsuda K.

    Kagaku Kogaku Ronbunshu   Vol. 37 ( 2 ) page: 96 - 99   2011.4

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    Continuous preparation of Mn-doped ZnS nanocrystals, which exhibit photoluminescence properties, by the hot-soap method was conducted in a thin tube flow reactor. The hot-soap method is a reactive crystallization from organometallic reagents dissolved in hot surfactant (tri-n-octylphosphine oxide : TOPO). While rapid mixing is generally essential for reactive crystallization, in the case of laminar flow in a thin tube reactor, diffusion-based slow mixing is expected to be dominant in the reaction field. In this study, the effect of introducing gasliquid slug flow into the thin tube reactor was examined, with the expectation that the mixing performance would be improved by the internal circulating in the liquid slug. As the result, the reaction period (residence time) was found to be reduced compared to that without slug flow. © 2011 The Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan.

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  48. Steady state simulation of reactive distillation for TAME synthesis

    Matsuda K., Ikoshi T., Yamaki T., Shishido M., Iwakabe K., Ohmori T., Nakaiwa M.

    Kagaku Kogaku Ronbunshu   Vol. 37 ( 2 ) page: 104 - 109   2011.4

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    The present work proposes a method for process intensification of the reaction-separation process. A model of the reactive distillation (RD) system involving a prereactor was developed by use of an equilibrium stage model, and the reaction-separation of a multicomponent mixture was simulated by use of a simulator that was capable of predicting steady-state conditions. The developed model was applied to an RD system with multi-feed, and the reaction-separation and operation performance were examined. As a result, the RD system was found to be usable for reaction-separation interaction phenomena. This process improved the function and performance of conventional reaction-separation process and could be miniaturized. © 2011 The Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan.

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  49. Effect of heat transfer characteristics on the compression process for an internally heat-integrated distillation column

    Matsuda K., Iwakabe K., Yamaki T., Suzuki Y., Shishido M., Wakabayashi T., Nakaiwa M.

    Kagaku Kogaku Ronbunshu   Vol. 37 ( 2 ) page: 100 - 103   2011.4

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    The present work discusses a method for process intensification of the distillation process of separation. A model of an internally heat-integrated distillation column (HIDiC) of concentric type was developed using a rate-based model, and the separation of a binary mixture was simulated in a simulator which is capable of predicting steady-state conditions. The developed model was applied to a concentric-type HIDiC, and the heat transfer and operation performances were compared. This process improved the function and performance of conventional distillation separation process and could be miniaturized. In addition, the HIDiC showed highly energy saving performance compared with the conventional distillation processes. © 2011 The Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan.

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  50. Effect of Gas-Liquid Slug Flow on Continuous Preparation of ZnS:Mn Nanocrystals in Thin Tube Reactor Reviewed

    Masahiro Shihido, H. Abe, Keigo Matsuda

    KAGAKU KOGAKU RONBUNSHU   Vol. 37 ( 2 ) page: 96 - 99   2011.1

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    Miyashima N, Masahiro Shishido, Keigo Matsuda

    Chem. Lett   Vol. 40   page: 1260 - 1261   2011.1

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  52. One-pot Synthesis of Manganese Oxide Nanoparticles from Microemulsion Systems Reviewed

    T. Miyazawa, Keigo Matsuda, A. Fijimori, Y. Nonomura

    Chem. Lett.   Vol. 40   page: 1262 - 1263   2011.1

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  53. A Basic Study on the Applicability of Internal Heat-Integration to Batch Distillation Reviewed

    Takehiro Yamaki, Yasuhiko Suzuki, Keigo Matsuda, Masahiro Shishido, Koji Takahashi, Masaru Nakaiwa

    KAGAKU KOGAKU RONBUNSHU   Vol. 37 ( 3 ) page: 241 - 245   2011

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    A model for an internally heat-integrated batch distillation column (Batch or Semi-batch HIDiC) was developed, and the separation of a benzene-toluene binary mixture was simulated. The applicability of the model was examined by using the commercial process simulator Aspen Plus Dynamics (R) to evaluate energy-saving performance and process time against the compression ratio and reflux ratio. The batch or semi-batch HIDiC model results were compared with the conventional batch distillation model. It was found that with the semi-batch HIDiC, the model has the potential to reduce process time and energy consumption more precisely than the conventional batch distillation model.

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  54. Effect of Heat Transfer Characteristics on the Compression Process for an Internally Heat-Integrated Distillation Column Reviewed

    Keigo Matsuda, Koichi Iwakabe, Takehiro Yamaki, Yasuhiko Suzuki, Masahiro Shishido, Toshihiro Wakabayashi, Masaru Nakaiwa

    KAGAKU KOGAKU RONBUNSHU   Vol. 37 ( 2 ) page: 100 - 103   2011

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    The present work discusses a method for process intensification of the distillation process of separation. A model of an internally heat-integrated distillation column (HIDiC) of concentric type was developed using a rate-based model, and the separation of a binary mixture was simulated in a simulator which is capable of predicting steady-state conditions. The developed model was applied to a concentric-type HIDiC, and the heat transfer and operation performances were compared. This process improved the function and performance of conventional distillation separation process and could be miniaturized. In addition, the HIDiC showed highly energy saving performance compared with the conventional distillation processes.

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  55. Steady State Simulation of Reactive Distillation for TAME Synthesis Reviewed

    Keigo Matsuda, Tatsuro Ikoshi, Takehiro Yamaki, Masahiro Shishido, Koichi Iwakabe, Takao Ohmori, Masaru Nakaiwa

    KAGAKU KOGAKU RONBUNSHU   Vol. 37 ( 2 ) page: 104 - 109   2011

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    The present work proposes a method for process intensification of the reaction-separation process. A model of the reactive distillation (RD) system involving a prereactor was developed by use of an equilibrium stage model, and the reaction-separation of a multicomponent mixture was simulated by use of a simulator that was capable of predicting steady-state conditions. The developed model was applied to an RD system with multi-feed, and the reaction-separation and operation performance were examined. As a result, the RD system was found to be usable for reaction-separation interaction phenomena. This process improved the function and performance of conventional reaction-separation process and could be miniaturized.

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  56. Separation of Binary Azeotrope Mixture via Pressure-Swing Distillation with Heat Integration Reviewed

    Keigo Matsuda, Kejin Huang, Koichi Iwakabe, Masaru Nakaiwa

    JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING OF JAPAN   Vol. 44 ( 12 ) page: 969 - 975   2011

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    This paper addresses the addition of internal heat integration to the pressure-swing distillation ( PSD) process used in the separation of binary pressure-sensitive azeotropes. The primary step in the process design is to determine the pressure elevation from the low-to high-pressure distillation columns, followed by the design of internal heat integration between the two distillation columns. A general procedure is suggested and illustrated through the separation of an acetonitrile-water binary mixture, which forms pressure-sensitive minimum-boiling azeotropes. Comparisons are made between the conventional and the internally heat integrated PSD processes. It is demonstrated that breaking pressure-sensitive azeotropic mixtures can be made more economical than the current practice with conventional PSD processes. However, the degree of cost reduction is strongly dependent upon the properties of the mixtures to be separated.

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  57. Modification of LiMn₂O₄ Surface using Surfactant Micelles Reviewed

    Keigo Matsuda, E. Kimura, Akira Endo, Masahiro Shishido, M. Kimata, T. Nishina

    Trans. Mater. Res. Soc. Japan   Vol. 35 ( 4 ) page: 883 - 836   2010.1

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    A simple technique has been developed to surface modification from liquid solution by the solvent evaporation method. Using this technique, the preparation of lithium manganese oxide, LiMn<sub>2</sub>O<sub>4</sub>, which are the most promising cathode materials for lithium secondary battery, has been carried out for various operating conditions. The as-prepared samples exhibited a monophobic cubic spinel structure (fd3m) without any impurities in the XRD patterns, and the chemical composition of as-prepared powders showed in a good agreement with the one of precursor solution.<br>The as-prepared sample was used as cathode active materials for lithium secondary battery and their charge/discharge properties have been investigated. Test experiments in the electro chemical cell Li|1M LiPF6 in EC with DEC|LiMn2O4 demonstrated that the sample, prepared by the solvent evaporation method, was a promising cathode material for 4V lithium secondary batteries.

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  58. Preparation of Copper Particles in Concentric Microreactor and Bach Reactor Reviewed

    Kimata, M, K. Hirohara, Keigo Matsuda, M. Hasegawa

    Trans. Mater. Res. Soc. Japan   Vol. 35 ( 4 ) page: 837 - 840   2010.1

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    Copper particles were synthesized in a batch reactor and concentric microreactor by the reduction-precipitation method. The products were observed by scanning electron microscopy, and their composition and crystal structure were measured by energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy elemental analysis and powder X-ray diffraction (XRD), respectively. Spherical copper nanoparticles were prepared using a concentric microreactor. It was found that these particles had diameter less than 100 nm and contained copper and cuprous oxide. In addition, polyhedral particles were prepared in the batch reactor. Cubic particles could also be synthesized under certain conditions, and the size of the polyhedral and cubic particles was about 1 μm. Compared with the microreactor, the batch reactor produced particles that were larger and more varied in shape. However, the crystal structure of the particles prepared in each type of reactor was similar, as determined by XRD. The oxygen content changed with reaction time and the molar ratio of the reactants.

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  59. Dynamic Behavior of an Internally Heat-Integrated Distillation Column (HIDiC) Reviewed

    Keigo Matsuda, Koichi Iwakabe, Takao Ohmori, Masaru Nakaiwa

    PRES 2010: 13TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PROCESS INTEGRATION, MODELLING AND OPTIMISATION FOR ENERGY SAVING AND POLLUTION REDUCTION   Vol. 21   page: 127 - 132   2010

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    This paper reports the analysis of the energy saving for design of an internally heat integrated distillation column (HIDiC) conducted in the second-phase of Japanese national research project for energy conservation in multicomponent petroleum distillation. The practical commercial scale distillation column separating cyclopentane from a multicomponent mixture consisting of mainly C5 hydrocarbons was selected as a target of the application of HIDiC technology. By choosing the compression ratio, the number of the theoretical stages, and the heat transfer rate as design and operating variables, temperature, pressure, flow rates, and composition profiles were computed as well as the reboiler heat duty of the HIDiC by Pro/II. The energy consumption of the HIDiC was compared with that of the practical conventional distillation column operated at the minimal reflux ratio. It was confirmed that at least 25 % of energy saving can be achieved by means of the HIDiC system. A pilot plant of the HIDiC was designed based on the results obtained in this study. It was constructed and has been in operation since 2005. The pilot HIDiC shows more than 50 % of energy savings compared to the conventional distillation column, validating the analysis of this study.

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  60. Energy saving characteristics of the internally heat integrated distillation column (HIDiC) pilot plant for multicomponent petroleum distillation

    Horiuchi K., Yanagimoto K., Kataoka K., Nakaiwa M., Iwakabe K., Matsuda K.

    Journal of Chemical Engineering of Japan   Vol. 41 ( 8 ) page: 771 - 778   2008.9

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    Internally heat-integrated distillation columns (HIDiCs) are one of the most attractive alternatives for the conventional distillation columns (CDiCs) since HIDiCs have very high potential to separate a mixture with smaller energy consumption compared to CDiCs. In order to prove the energy saving characteristics of HIDiCs, a pilot plant of HIDiC was constructed for the separation of multicomponent hydrocarbon mixture. The HIDiC pilot plant was operated at zero external reflux condition, and achieved more than 50% reduction in the energy consumption compared to the simulation results of the existent CDiC. Copyright © 2008 The Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan.

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  61. Evaluation of economical and environmental performance of an internally Heat-Integrated Distillation Column (HIDiC)

    Horiuchi K., Matsuda K., Iwakabe K., Nakaiwa M.

    Kagaku Kogaku Ronbunshu   Vol. 34 ( 4 ) page: 444 - 447   2008.8

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    Optimum operation, energy saving, carbon-dioxide emission and cost estimation of a pilot plant of an internally heat-integrated distillation column (HIDiC) separating a twelve-component hydrocarbon mixture to obtain residue-product of crude cyclopentane were studied. From the operation results of the HIDiC at zero external reflux and reboiler free operation, the reduction in CO2 emission by the HIDiC was 56.6 kg/h (453 t/y), which is 63.5% of the total CO2 emission of the conventional distillation column. The HIDiC pilot plant is expected to be reasonable in view of the inflation of the steam cost. The cost estimation results were also compared with those obtained from the conventional column, which showed that the HIDiC pilot plant can provide a strikingly shorter payback time. Copyright © 2008 The Society of Chemical Engineers.

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  62. Evaluation of Economical and Environmental Performance of an Internally Heat-integrated Distillation Column (HIDiC) Reviewed

    Kinpei Horiuchi, Keigo Matsuda, Koichi Iwakabe, Masaru Nakaiwa

    KAGAKU KOGAKU RONBUNSHU   Vol. 34 ( 4 ) page: 444 - 447   2008.7

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    Optimum operation, energy saving, carbon-dioxide emission and cost estimation of a pilot plant of ail internally heat-integrated distillation column (HIDiC) separating a twelve-component hydrocarbon mixture to obtain residue-product of crude cyclopentane were studied. From the operation results of the HIDiC at zero external reflux and reboiler free operation, the reduction in CO(2) emission by the HIDiC was 56.6 kg/h (453 t/y), which is 63.5% of the total CO(2) emission of the conventional distillation column. The HIDiC pilot plant is expected to be reasonable in view of the inflation of the steam cost. The cost estimation results were also compared with those obtained from the conventional column, which showed that the HIDiC pilot plant can provide a strikingly shorter payback time.

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  63. Development of a high performance distributor for an internally heat-integrated distillation column

    Nakanishi T., Adachi N., Aso K., Iwakabe K., Matsuda K., Horiuchi K., Nakaiwa M., Takamatsu T.

    Kagaku Kogaku Ronbunshu   Vol. 34 ( 2 ) page: 224 - 229   2008.4

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    To analyze the effect of the maldistribution of vapor and liquid flows among tube units of an internally heat-integrated distillation column (HIDiC) on its separation performance, a simulator was developed with an equilibrium stage model. The simulation study indicated that the maldistribution of vapor and liquid flows among tube units would influence the top product specification. From the simulation results, the acceptable difference between the maximum and the minimum liquid flow rates was determined to be less than 3%. The design strategy for the high performance liquid distributor for the pilot-scale HIDiC with seven tube units was discussed. The distribution system developed was validated by experiments. Furthermore, the distributor was applied to the pilot HIDiC. Since there is no temperature distribution between tube units, the distributor seems to achieve a maldistribution rate of less than 2.5%. Copyright © 2008 The Society of Chemical Engineers.

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  64. Consider heat integration to improve separation performance

    Huang K., Iwakabe K., Nakaiwa M., Matsuda K., Horiuchi K., Nakanishi T.

    Hydrocarbon Processing   Vol. 87 ( 3 ) page: 101 - 108   2008.3

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  65. Intensification of the process flow in the pilot plant of an internally heat-integrated distillation column (HIDiC)

    Horiuchi K., Nakaiwa M., Iwakabe K., Matsuda K., Toda M.

    Kagaku Kogaku Ronbunshu   Vol. 34 ( 1 ) page: 70 - 75   2008.2

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    Operation and energy savings in the separation of a twelve-component hydrocarbon mixture by the pilot plant of an internally heat-integrated distillation column (HIDiC) were studied. Based on the operation results, a HIDiC simulator was developed using the commercial process-simulation software. The operation and simulation results showed that zero external reflux and zero reboiler heat duty operation were the most economical operation conditions, and that energy reduction of 62% compared to the conventional distillation column is achievable under these conditions. With the HIDiC simulator developed, a process flow involving heat exchange between the overhead vapor and the feed was studied, and the possibility of further energy-saving operation of the HIDiC was suggested. Copyright © 2008 The Society of Chemical Engineers.

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  66. Simulation of multicomponent separation in internally heat integrated distillation column using the compact heat exchanger system

    Matsuda K., Iwakabe K., Nakaiwa M., Kosuge H., Kataoka S., Yamamoto T., Ohmori T.

    Kagaku Kogaku Ronbunshu   Vol. 34 ( 1 ) page: 64 - 69   2008.2

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    The present work discusses a method for process intensification of the distillation process of separation. A model of an internally heat-integrated distillation column (HIDiC) with concentric and compact heat exchanger types was developed using a rate-based model and the separation of multicomponent mixture was simulated in a simulator which is capable of predicting steady-state conditions. The developed model was applied to concentric and compact heat exchanger types of HIDiC, and their separation and operation performances were compared. It was found that the HIDiC compact heat exchanger process can also be used for zero reflux and/or no reboil operation. This process improved the function and performance of conventional distillation separation process and could be miniaturized. In addition, the HIDiC compact heat exchanger showed highly energy saving performance compared with the conventional distillation processes. Copyright © 2008 The Society of Chemical Engineers.

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  67. Development of High Performance Distributor for Internally Heat Integrated Distillation Column Reviewed

    Nakanishi, T, N. Adachi, K. Aso, Koichi Iwakabe, Keigo Matsuda, K. Horiuchi, Masaru Nakaiwa, Takeichirou Takamatsu

    KAGAKU KOGAKU RONBUNSHU   Vol. 34   page: 224 - 229   2008.1

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  68. Energy Saving Characteristics of the Internally Heat Integrated Distillation Column (HIDiC) Pilot Plant for Multicomponent Petroleum Distillation Reviewed

    Horiuchi K, Y. Shibata, K. Yanagimoto, K. Kataoka, Masaru Nakaiwa, Koichi Iwakabe, Keigo Matsuda

    JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING OF JAPAN   Vol. 41 ( 8 ) page: 771 - 778   2008.1

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  69. Rate-based Modeling for Internally Heat-integrated Distillation Column (HIDiC) in Binary System Reviewed

    Keigo Matsuda, Koichi Iwakabe, K. Kubo, A. Horiguchi, Y. Weifang, H. Kosuge, S. Kataoka, T. Yamamoto, Takao Ohmori, Masaru Nakaiwa

    J. Japan. Petrol. Inst   Vol. 50 ( 3 ) page: 162 - 168   2007.1

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  70. Interpreting design of an ideal heat-integrated distillation column through exergy analysis

    Huang K., Matsuda K., Iwakabe K., Takamatsu T., Nakaiwa M.

    Journal of Chemical Engineering of Japan   Vol. 39 ( 9 ) page: 963 - 970   2006.9

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    Exergy analysis of an ideal heat-integrated distillation column is conducted in this paper. It is found that the process is most favourable to the separation of binary close-boiling mixtures. Pressure elevation from stripping section to rectifying section appears to be a critical design variable that can affect the thermodynamic efficiency of the process. Feed composition presents almost no effect upon internal heat integration between the rectifying section and the stripping section. Although an implicit limitation has been imposed on the process throughput, it can be obviated through a careful trade-off between capital investment and operating cost during process development. Comparison against a conventional distillation column is also conducted, which shows the great potential of internal beat integration between the rectifying section and the stripping section. Copyright © 2006 The Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan.

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  71. Simulation of tenary distillation in a heat integrated distillation column (HIDiC) with a rate-based model

    Matsuda K., Huang K., Nakaiwa M., Ohmori T., Endo A., Yamamoto T., Kataoka S., Iwakabe K., Nakanishi T., Kataoka K., Takamatsu T.

    Journal of the Chinese Institute of Chemical Engineers   Vol. 37 ( 5 ) page: 467 - 474   2006.9

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    The proposed of the present work is to develop a method for rigorous prediction of separation performance of the HIDiC. A process simulator (gPROMS) for prediction of performance of the HIDiC with random packing is developed by rate-based model using Maxwell-Stefan equations. The vapor and liquid flow rates of HIDiC increased from the bottom to the top in the stripping section. In the rectifying section, however, the flow rates decreased from the bottom to the top. Evaporation of liquid in the stripping section and the condensation of vapor in the rectifying section take place. Comparison was made observed data from a bench-scale separation (benzene-toluene system) HIDiC plant, about 16 m in height and 254 mm in diameter (concentric R&A sections) and simulation results. The energy-saving ratio shows a good agreement with observed data. The bench HIDiC showed about 40% reduction of energy consumption compared with the conventional distillation column. The effect of nonequilibrium of temperature in the HIDiC is also discussed.

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  72. Choosing more controllable configuration for an internally heat-integrated distillation column

    Huang K., Matsuda K., Iwakabe K., Takamatsu T., Nakaiwa M.

    Journal of Chemical Engineering of Japan   Vol. 39 ( 8 ) page: 818 - 825   2006.8

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    Seeking internal heat integration between the whole rectifying section and the whole stripping section gives rise to two alternatives for the arrangement of a reboiler in an internally heat-integrated distillation column. One is to locate it at the bottom of the process (scheme A) and the other on the pipeline of the feed flow (scheme B). Although the former appears to be less thermodynamically efficient than the latter, it is generally preferable to scheme B from the viewpoint of process dynamics and operation. A detailed simulation study justifies the conclusion. Copyright © 2006 The Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan.

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  73. Graphical synthesis of an internally heat-integrated distillation column

    Huang K., Matsuda K., Iwakabe K., Takamatsu T., Nakaiwa M.

    Journal of Chemical Engineering of Japan   Vol. 39 ( 7 ) page: 703 - 708   2006.7

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    With the aid of the McCabe-Thiele diagram, heuristic synthesis of an internally heat-integrated distillation column is addressed in this work. A new scheme for internal heat integration between a rectifying section and a stripping section is derived with the introduction of double-feed arrangement. The process configuration is characterized by its high thermodynamic efficiency and strong resilience to changes in operating conditions. Separation of a binary close-boiling mixture is conducted and the results obtained corroborate the advantages. Copyright © 2006 The Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan.

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  74. Preparation of LiMn<inf>2</inf>O<inf>4</inf> powders via spray pyrolysis and fluidized bed hybrid system

    Taniguchi I., Matsuda K., Furubayashi H., Nakajima S.

    AIChE Journal   Vol. 52 ( 7 ) page: 2413 - 2421   2006.7

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    A novel technique has been developed to directly produce fine ceramic powders from liquid solution using a spray pyrolysis and fluidized bed hybrid system. Using this technique, the preparation of lithium manganese oxides LiMn2O4, which are the most promising cathode materials for lithium-ion batteries, has been carried out for various superficial gas velocities U0 = 0.30-0.91 m/s, static bed heights Ls = 50-150 mm, and medium particle sizes dpm,g = 294-498 μm. The resulting powders had spherical nano-structured particles that comprised primary particles with a few tens of nanometer in size, and they exhibited a pure cubic spinel structure without any impurities in the XRD patterns. Moreover, the as-prepared powders showed better crystallinity and smaller specific surface area than those by conventional spray pyrolysis. The effects of process parameters on powder properties, such as specific surface area and crystallinity, were investigated for a wide range of superficial gas velocities and static bed heights. An as-prepared sample was used as cathode active materials for lithium-ion batteries and the cell performance has been investigated. Test experiments in the electrochemical cell Li/1M LiClO 4 in PC/LiMn2O4 demonstrated that the sample prepared by the present technique was superior to that by the conventional spray pyrolysis and solid-state reaction method. © 2006 American Institute of Chemical Engineers.

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  75. The influences of pressure distribution on an ideal heat-integrated distillation column (HIDiC) Reviewed

    Kejin Huang, Keigo Matsuda, Takeichiro Takamatsu, Masaru Nakaiwa

    JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING OF JAPAN   Vol. 39 ( 6 ) page: 652 - 660   2006.6

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    In this paper, the static and dynamic influences of pressure distribution are examined on an ideal heat-integrated distillation column. In the aspect of process design, pressure distribution is found to have an effect upon the thermodynamic efficiency and it appears beneficial to explore an optimum pressure distribution during process development. From the viewpoint of process operation, the dynamics of pressure distribution may give rise to a severe deterioration on process controllability. Therefore, it should be taken into account in control system design for an ideal HIDiC.

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  76. A simple method for modeling process asymmetry

    Huang K., Matsuda K., Takamatsu T., Nakaiwa M.

    Journal of Chemical Engineering of Japan   Vol. 39 ( 4 ) page: 448 - 452   2006.4

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    Process asymmetry often introduces severe difficulties to process modeling and worsens control system performance. In this work, a simple modeling framework is proposed, which can effectively tradeoff the difference between positive and negative process dynamics. It is characterized by small modeling effort in the consideration of process asymmetry. Modeling and control of a nonlinear high-purity ideal heat-integrated distillation column is conducted and the results obtained demonstrate the effectiveness of the modeling method proposed. Copyright © 2006 The Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan.

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  77. An Internally Heat-Integrated Distillation Column (HIDiC) in Japan Reviewed

    Kouichi Iwakabe, Masaru Nakaiwa, Kejin Huang, Keigo Matsuda, T Nakanishi, Takao Ohmori, Akira Endo, T Yamamoto

    Inst. Chem. Eng   Vol. 152   page: 900 - 911   2006.1

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  78. Interpreting Design of an Ideal Heat-Integrated Distillation Column through Exergy Analysis Reviewed

    Kejin Huang, Keigo Matsuda, Kouichi Iwakabe, T Takamatsu, Masaru Nakaiwa

    JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING OF JAPAN   Vol. 39 ( 9 ) page: 963 - 970   2006.1

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  79. Method of Design for Packed Column Type HIDiC Reviewed

    T. Nakanishi, K. Aso, Masaru Nakaiwa, Keigo Matsuda, S. Hasebe, Takeichiro Takamatsu

    Inst. Chem. Eng.   Vol. 152   page: 851 - 853   2006.1

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  80. Synthesis of Spinel LiMn₂O₄ Powders by the Drip Pyrolysis in Fluidized Bed Reactor Reviewed

    Keigo Matsuda, H Furubayashi, I Taniguchi

    JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING OF JAPAN   Vol. 38 ( 5 ) page: 316 - 321   2005.1

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  81. エアロゾルプロセスを用いたマンガン酸リチウムの合成とそのリチウム二次電池特性 Reviewed

    松田圭悟

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  82. Relationship between the electrochemical and particle properties of LiMn<inf>2</inf>O<inf>4</inf> prepared by ultrasonic spray pyrolysis

    Matsuda K., Taniguchi I.

    Journal of Power Sources   Vol. 132 ( 1-2 ) page: 156 - 160   2004.5

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    Spinel LiMn2O4 particles were successfully synthesized by an ultrasonic spray pyrolysis method from the precursor solutions; various combinations of nitrate, acetates or formats of lithium and manganese were stoichiometrically dissolved in distilled water. The product characteristics, such as crystallinity, specific surface area, particle morphology and interior structure of particles, were examined with X-ray diffraction (XRD), the Brunauer-Emmet-Teller (BET) method, field emission scanning electron microscopy (FE-SEM) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM). All the samples exhibited a pure cubic spinel structure without any impurities in the XRD patterns, while the surface morphology of as-prepared powders was classified into four patterns and the interior structure three patterns. The as-prepared samples were then used as cathode active materials for lithium-ion battery, and electrochemical studies were carried out on the charge/discharge characteristics of the Li/LiMn2O4 cells. The effect of LiMn2O4 particle properties such as crystallite size, specific surface area and particle morphology on the electrochemical properties were also discussed in details. © 2004 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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  83. Particle properties of LiMn<inf>2</inf>O<inf>4</inf> fabricated by ultrasonic spray pyrolysis method

    Matsuda K., Taniguchi I.

    Kagaku Kogaku Ronbunshu   Vol. 29 ( 2 ) page: 232 - 237   2003.3

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    Spinel lithium manganese oxide powders were prepared directly by a continuous droplet-to-particle conversion process using an ultrasonic spray pyrolysis method. Nine kinds of precursor solutions were used to synthesize LiMn2O4 powders. The aqueous precursor solutions were made from various combinations of Li-salt, such as Li(HCOO) · H2O, Li(CH3COO) · 2 H20, Li(NO3), were Mn(HCOO)2·2 H20, Mn (CH3COO)2·4 H2O or Mn(NO3) · 6 H2O. The total concentration of metal ion is 0.54 mol/dm3. The particle properties of as-prepared LiMn204 powders were examined by X-ray diffraction (XRD), the Brunauer-Emmet-Teller (BET) method, transmission electron microscopy (TEM) and field emission scanning electron microscopy (FE-SEM). The chemical composition of the powders was determined by inductively coupled plasma spectroscopy (ICP). As the results, the powders were identified as single-phase spinel LiMn2O4, and the observed chemical compositions showed, good agreement with the stoichiometry one of LiMn2O4 for all samples. However, the particle morphology could be classified into four patterns depending on the original salts. The as-prepared particles were then used as cathode active materials for lithium-ion batteies and their charge/discharge properties were investigated. Their electrochemical properties in terms of cycle performance were also examined.

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  1. Evaluation of Economic Performance of Co<inf>2</inf> Separation Process Using Mixed Matrix Membrane

    Fujita K., Akimoto R., Suzuki Y., Ogasawara Y., Nakaiwa M., Matsuda K.

    Computer Aided Chemical Engineering  2022.1 

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    A multi-stage CO2 capture process using Mixed Matrix Membrane (MMM) could separate molecules with similar molecular diameter such as CO2 and N2 by dissolution and diffusion. The required energy and the membrane area were investigated based on the membrane performance such as CO2 permeance and CO2/N2 selectivity. In this multi-stage CO2 capture process, the feed gas fed into the first and second membranes. The gas permeated through the second membrane was recycled to Feed. The permeate gas from the first membrane was fed to the adsorption column to separate H2O. The CO2-rich dry gas was liquefied by using a compressor and a condenser. The residual gas was separated using a membrane, and the permeate gas was recycled to the dry gas. The flue gas assumed from a coal-fired power plant containing 11.6 mol% CO2. When the CO2 permeance of 1000 GPU and CO2/N2 selectivity of 50 were used for the first and second membranes of the multi-stage CO2 capture process, the required energy was 139 MW and the membrane area was 3.6 × 106 m2, respectively. From these results, the operation, construction, and membrane skid costs were calculated. The CO2 capture cost per ton of CO2 was found to be $38/ton-CO2. In addition, the membrane area of the second was large, and the membrane area could be reduced by using a membrane with high CO2 permeance and low CO2/N2 selectivity. Therefore, a membrane with CO2 permeance of 1000 GPU and CO2/N2 selectivity of 50 was used in the first. A membrane with CO2 permeance of 3000 GPU and CO2/N2 selectivity of 30 was used in the second. As a result, it was clarified that the required energy was 141 MW, and the membrane area was 1.25 × 106 m2. The CO2 capture cost was $29/ton-CO2.

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  2. Development of Micro Scale PRC Using Low Grade Geothermal Thermal Energy

    Akimoto R., Suzuki Y., Ogasawara Y., Nakaiwa M., Matsuda K.

    Computer Aided Chemical Engineering  2022.1 

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    In order to enhance the versatility, we proposed a design method in which a micro ORC of 10 kW class. The micro ORC is small scale power generation system for using renewable thermal energy such as hot springs. However, such thermal energy is of very low grade and involves temperature variations, so it is necessary to develop a versatile small power generation cycle. In this study, the design conditions of heat exchanger, expander, and pump were fixed for the micro ORC, and the power generation performance was investigated using six different working fluids for multiple heat source conditions. The heat source flow rate set to be 3,000 kg/h and the heat source temperature was 393 K. The heat sink flow rate set to be 18,000 kg/h and the temperature was 293 K. The pump discharge pressure was 1,500 kPa. As a result, Among the selected working fluids, butane showed the highest power generation performance of 12.9 kW. To predict the power generation performance of the micro ORC, we correlated the power generation of each working fluid with the thermophysical properties of the working fluid, but low correlation was obtained. Therefore, we introduced new parameter, Exergy Parameter Index (EPI), for predicting the power generation of a micro ORC. It was found to be a very reliable parameter for forecasting the power generation of a micro ORC.

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  3. プロセス強化(PI)の技術

    松田圭悟( Role: Contributor ,  「蒸留分離プロセス」を担当)

    三恵社  2017.11 

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  4. Energy technology roadmaps of Japan : future energy systems based on feasible technologies beyond 2030

    加藤, 之貴, Koyama, Michihisa, Fukushima, Yasuhiro, Nakagaki, Takao( Role: Contributor)

    Springer  2016.6  ( ISBN:9784431559498

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  5. Geothermal power generation

    Matsuda K.

    Energy Technology Roadmaps of Japan: Future Energy Systems Based on Feasible Technologies Beyond 2030  2016.1  ( ISBN:9784431559498

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    Geothermal heat is a huge amount of thermal energy obtained from the inside of the earth and emits a small amount of greenhouse effect gas (GHG) when used as energy. In addition, unlike other natural energies such as solar or wind, geothermal power is not affected by weather. Therefore, it is put to a variety of applications from power generation to heat downcycling as a clean energy source. Geothermal power generation is largely divided into two types: steam power generation based on a heat source of about 200 AC and the other binary generation based on a heat source of about 100 AC. Recently, more attention is drawn to binary power generation that uses a lower-temperature heat source. This chapter discusses the road map of geothermal-based power generation system and application of binary power generation technology.

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  6. 分離技術のシーズとライセンス技術の実用化

    松田圭悟( Role: Contributor ,  「蒸留」を担当)

    分離技術会  2014.11 

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  7. いま必要な蒸留技術

    化学工学会, 化学工学会分離プロセス部会( Role: Contributor ,  「反応蒸留」を担当)

    化学工学会関東支部,三恵社 (発売)  2012.12  ( ISBN:9784864870238

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  8. いま必要な蒸留技術 (最近の化学工学 62)

    松田圭悟( Role: Contributor)

    三恵社  2012 

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  9. 分離プロセス工学の基礎

    化学工学会分離プロセス部会( Role: Contributor ,  第3章「蒸留」を担当)

    朝倉書店  2009.2  ( ISBN:9784254252569

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  1. コンビナート・地域連携によるカーボンニュートラル推進

    かん蔗寂樹, 能村貴宏, 則永行庸, 松田圭悟, 久保田伸彦

    化学工学会年会研究発表講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 86th   2021

  2. 高分子膜を用いたCO<sub>2</sub>分離プロセスのテクノエコノミック解析

    藤田翔, 鈴木泰彦, 松田圭悟

    化学工学会年会研究発表講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 86th   2021

  3. 熱交換ネットワークを用いた有機ランキンサイクルのエネルギー統合プロセス開発

    秋元良祐, 秋元良祐, 鈴木泰彦, 松田圭悟

    化学工学会年会研究発表講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 86th   2021

  4. プロセス機器開発の新展開 カリーナ複合サイクルを用いた発電技術開発

    秋元良祐, 松田圭悟

    ケミカルエンジニヤリング   Vol. 65 ( 2 )   2020

  5. 高分子膜を用いたCO<sub>2</sub>分離回収プロセス設計と経済性評価

    藤田翔, 秋元良祐, 鈴木泰彦, 松田圭悟

    化学工学会年会研究発表講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 85th   2020

  6. 気液接触型熱交換構造を有するバイナリー発電システムの開発

    秋元良祐, 秋元良祐, 小笠原由季, 鈴木泰彦, 松田圭悟

    化学工学会秋季大会研究発表講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 51st   2020

  7. 温泉発電技術の社会実装と産学連携マネジメント

    松田圭悟

    化学工学   Vol. 83 ( 1 )   2019.1

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  8. VLE measurement and Thermodynamic modeling of ETBA+Ethanol+TBA system for ETBE process design and Evaluation

    大場茂夫, 前田若奈, 佐藤敏幸, 日秋俊彦, 松田圭悟

    化学工学会年会研究発表講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 84th   2019

  9. プロセスシミュレーションを用いた新たな再生可能エネルギー利用システムの創成

    松本秀行, 松本秀行, 松田圭悟, 松田圭悟

    ペトロテック   Vol. 42 ( 8 )   2019

  10. 無機膜を用いた高効率分離プロセスの設計と経済性評価

    松田圭悟, 松田圭悟, 高根慧, 山木雄大, 遠藤明

    日本膜学会年会講演要旨集   Vol. 41st   2019

  11. 多重定常状態での操作による反応蒸留プロセスの省エネルギー化検討

    山木雄大, 松田圭悟, 松田圭悟, NA-RANONG Duangkamol, 松本秀行, 大場茂夫

    化学工学会年会研究発表講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 84th   2019

  12. 分離膜を用いたバイナリー発電プロセスの開発

    秋元良祐, 高根慧, 鈴木泰彦, 松田圭悟, 松田圭悟

    化学工学会年会研究発表講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 84th   2019

  13. プロセス強化の最近の進展 強化された蒸留分離プロセスの経済性

    山木雄大, 松田圭悟

    化学工学   Vol. 83 ( 12 )   2019

  14. Development of Cascade Rankine Cycle and their Power Generation Performances

    秋元良祐, 鈴木泰彦, 中岩勝, 松本秀行, 松本秀行, 松田圭悟, 松田圭悟

    化学工学会秋季大会研究発表講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 50th   2018

  15. Three-dimensional structural analysis of porous TiO<sub>2</sub> aiming for catalyst support

    大谷雅輝, 鈴木泰彦, 松田圭悟, 松田圭悟

    化学工学会秋季大会研究発表講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 50th   2018

  16. Feasibility Study of the Methylcyclohexane Dehydrogenation Process using Reactive separation methods

    高根慧, 鈴木泰彦, 山木雄大, 松本秀行, 松本秀行, 松田圭悟, 松田圭悟

    化学工学会秋季大会研究発表講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 50th   2018

  17. プロピレン/プロパン2成分系分離を対象とした蒸留-膜ハイブリッドプロセスの経済性評価

    松田圭悟, 高根慧

    化学工学会年会研究発表講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 83rd   2018

  18. プロピレン-プロパン分離を対象とした膜分離-蒸留ハイブリッドプロセスの分離特性

    山木雄大, 吉宗美紀, 原伸生, 根岸秀之, 高根慧, 松田圭悟

    石油・石油化学討論会講演要旨   Vol. 48th   2018

  19. システム・情報・シミュレーション

    桜井誠, 野田賢, 山下善之, 松田圭悟, 杉山弘和, 黒岡武俊

    化学工学   Vol. 82 ( 10 )   2018

  20. ハイブリッドナノ粒子で構成されたキャパシタ電極の開発

    島村宣寛, 松久保侑馬, 飯野達哉, 松田圭悟, 増原陽人

    ケミカルエンジヤリング   Vol. 62 ( 12 )   2017.12

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  21. 分離操作・蒸留

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    化学工学     2017.10

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  22. MCH脱水素化反応を指向したPt/TiO<sub>2</sub>粒子構造体触媒の合成とマルチスケール解析

    松田圭悟, 松田圭悟, 高橋理沙, 大谷雅輝, 高根慧, 熱海良輔, 松本秀行, 難波哲哉, 辻村拓

    化学工学会秋季大会研究発表講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 49th   2017

  23. P-4-9 Evaluation of 5kw class steam power generator for fluctuating thermal input condition

    河澄あかね, 堂守佑希, 前田哲彦, 和泉孝明, 矢野聖也, 浅見淳一, 藤岡完, 松田圭悟

    日本エネルギー学会大会講演要旨集(Web)   Vol. 26   2017

  24. カスケード型バイナリーサイクルの開発とその発電特性

    秋元良祐, 堂守佑希, 松田圭悟, 松田圭悟

    化学工学会秋季大会研究発表講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 49th   2017

  25. 蒸留-膜ハイブリッドプロセスの経済性評価

    高根慧, 鈴木健太, 山木雄大, 松田圭悟, 松田圭悟

    化学工学会秋季大会研究発表講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 49th   2017

  26. 膜分離と蒸留のハイブリッド化によるプロピレン-プロパン分離の省エネルギー化

    山木雄大, 吉宗美紀, 原伸生, 根岸秀之, 遠藤明, 鈴木健太, 松田圭悟

    化学工学会年会研究発表講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 82nd   2017

  27. 温泉熱発電技術の社会実装のための産学連携マネジメント

    松田圭悟

    化学工学会秋季大会研究発表講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 49th   2017

  28. 再生可能水素エネルギーの拡大を目的としたMCH脱水素プロセスの合成

    熱海良輔, 松本秀行, 松田圭吾, 小島宏一, 辻村拓

    化学工学会秋季大会研究発表講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 49th   2017

  29. 再生可能エネルギー電力を利用するMCH製造プロセスにおける変動操作の影響解析

    松本秀行, 熱海良輔, 崔協力, 小島宏一, 松田圭悟, 難波哲哉, 辻村拓

    化学工学会秋季大会研究発表講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 49th   2017

  30. バイナリー地熱発電における熱源有効ユニットの開発

    丸毛謙次, 名和博之, 増井龍也, 坂東芳行, 上田和則, 松田圭悟

    化学工学会年会研究発表講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 82nd   2017

  31. カリーナサイクルを用いた低温熱源による発電プロセスのシミュレーション

    堂守佑希, 松田圭悟, 松田圭悟, 前田哲彦, 松本秀行, 中岩勝

    化学工学会年会研究発表講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 82nd   2017

  32. 分離操作・蒸留

    松田圭悟

    化学工学     2016.10

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  33. 蒸留と膜もしくは吸着をハイブリッドした分離プロセスの展開

    松田圭悟

    化学工学   Vol. 80 ( 9 )   2016.9

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  34. フラクタル構造を有する多孔質チタニアの創製とその材料特性

    高橋理沙, 松田 圭悟

    Colloid & Interface Communication     2016.3

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  35. ヒートポンプ系省エネルギー蒸留システムの比較 : SUPERHIDICの優れた省エネルギー性

    若林敏佑, 松田圭悟

    ペトロテック   Vol. 39 ( 1 )   2016.1

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  36. C3splitterを対象とした蒸留-膜ハイブリッドプロセスの操作・設計条件に関する検討

    鈴木健太, 山木雄大, 松田圭悟, 松田圭悟

    化学工学会秋季大会研究発表講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 48th   2016

  37. イオン液体を利用した環境調和型CO<sub>2</sub>吸収分離再生プロセスの開発

    児玉大輔, 松田圭悟, 牧野貴至, 金久保光央

    化学工学会秋季大会研究発表講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 48th   2016

  38. 触媒担体を指向したフラクタル多孔質TiO<sub>2</sub>の合成とその微細構造解析

    高橋理沙, 松田圭悟, 松田圭悟

    化学工学会秋季大会研究発表講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 48th   2016

  39. Development of Binary-Heat Pump Hybrid Cycle Power Generation via Hot Spring Thermal Energy

    松田圭悟

    化学系学協会東北大会プログラムおよび講演予稿集   Vol. 2016   2016

  40. 中低温熱源利用小型バイナリーサイクルの発電シミュレーション

    堂守佑希, 和泉孝明, 伊藤洋, 藤岡完, 前田哲彦, 松田圭悟

    化学工学会年会研究発表講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 81st   2016

  41. プロピレン-プロパン分離を対象とした膜と蒸留のハイブリッド方法と省エネルギー性

    山木雄大, 吉宗美紀, 原伸生, 鈴木健太, 松田圭悟, 松田圭悟, 根岸秀之, 遠藤明

    化学工学会秋季大会研究発表講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 48th   2016

  42. オープンイノベーション手法を用いた再生可能エネルギー技術の社会実装

    松田圭悟, 松田圭悟, 武田哲, 齋藤祐輔, 小野浩幸, 高橋幸司, 高橋幸司

    産学連携学会大会講演予稿集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 14th   2016

  43. 分離操作・蒸留

    松田圭悟

    化学工学     2015.10

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  44. 45周年記念 5年間の分離技術レビュー:蒸留・吸収

    松田圭悟

    分離技術   Vol. 45 ( 5 ) page: 292 - 296   2015.4

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  45. IPA脱水プロセスに対する吸着-バッチ蒸留ハイブリッドシステムの省エネルギー性

    山木雄大, 松田圭悟, 松田圭悟, 遠藤明

    化学工学会秋季大会研究発表講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 47th   2015

  46. AKDを用いた多孔質TiO<sub>2</sub>の合成とそのフラクタル性に関する検討

    高橋理沙, 松田圭悟, 松田圭悟

    化学工学会秋季大会研究発表講演要旨集(CD-ROM)   Vol. 47th   2015

  47. ヒートポンプを適用した蒸留システムの分離系とコスト評価に関する検討

    鈴木健太, 若林敏祐, 松田圭悟, 松田圭悟

    石油・石油化学討論会講演要旨   Vol. 45th   2015

  48. 石巻復興を目指したIT-デザイン-ものづくり融合による新産業創生

    松田圭悟, 樋口健志, 増原陽人, 落合文吾, 高橋幸司, 柳澤郷司, 長谷川琢也, 武居秀和

    産学連携学会大会講演予稿集   Vol. 11th   2013

  49. 化学工学の技術史

    松田圭悟

    化学工学     2011.9

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  50. マイクロ蒸留技術の展開

    松田 圭悟, 宍戸昌広

    分離技術     2011

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  51. マイクロ蒸留技術の最新動向

    松田圭悟

    配管技術   Vol. 53 ( 8 ) page: 1 - 4   2011

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  52. WCCE8(Symposium of Energy Saving Distillation Technologies)に参加して

    松田圭悟

    化学工学     2010.4

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  53. 内部熱交換型蒸留塔(HIDiC)のシミュレーション

    松田 圭悟, 中岩勝

    ケミカルエンジニヤリング   Vol. 55 ( 11 ) page: 842 - 846   2010

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  54. 省エネルギー蒸留技術

    松田圭悟

    分離技術200     2009.11

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  55. 内部熱交換型蒸留塔の実用化

    松田圭悟

    化学工学     2009.5

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  56. 国際会議報告,2008 AIChE Annual Meeting Philadelphia, PA in Celebration of AIChE’s Centennial

    松田圭悟

    分離技術     2009.4

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  57. 速度論モデルを用いた内部熱交換型蒸留当(HIDiC)のシミュレーション

    松田圭悟, 岩壁幸市, 中岩勝

    ペトロテック     2009.4

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  58. 最近の蒸留研究

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    化学工学     2008.11

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Presentations 13

  1. A Rate-Based Model Approach To Internally Heat Integrated Distillation Columns (HIDiC) International conference

    Koichi Iwakabe, Keigo Matsuda, Masaru Nakaiwa, Kinpei Horiuchi, Toshinari Nakanishi, Akio Horiguchi, Kazuya Kubo, Takao Ohmori, Takuji Yamamoto, Sho Kataoka

    AIChE Annual Meeting 2007  2007.11.4  AIChE

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  2. Process Intensification for the Distillation with Heat-Integration International conference

    Keigo Matsuda, Koichi Iwakabe, Masaru Nakaiwa, Takeshi Higuchi, Masayuki Toda

    AIChE Annual Meeting 2007  2007.11.4  AIChE

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  3. Dynamic Behavior of Reactive Distillation with Heat-Integration International conference

    K. Matsuda, T. Ohmori, K. Iwakabe, A. Endo, T. Yamamoto, K. Huang, M. Nakaiwa

    Fifth International conference on un-steady state processes in catalysis  2006.11.23 

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  4. A Rate-Based Model Approach to the Separation of Twelve-Component Hydrocarbons Mixture International conference

    K. Iwakabe, K. Matsuda, M. Nakaiwa, K. Horiuchi, K. Iuchi, S. Hodumi, T. Nakanishi, T. Ohmori, A. Endo, T. Yamamoto, S. Kataoka

    AIChE Annual Meeting 2006  2006.11.12 

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  5. Towards the Practical Application of the Internally Heat-Integrated Distillation Columns (HIDiC) International conference

    M. Nakaiwa, K. Huang, K. Iwakabe, K. Matsuda, T. Ohmori, A. Endo, T. Yamamoto, S. Kataoka

    AIChE Annual Meeting 2006  2006.11.12 

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  6. Modeling and Process Design of an Internally Heat-Integrated Distillation Column International conference

    K. Matsuda, K. Iwakabe, M. Nakaiwa, T. Nakanishi, T. Ohmori, A. Endo, T. Yamamoto, S. Kataoka

    AIChE Annual Meeting 2006  2006.11.12 

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  7. Heat-integrated distillation International conference

    K. Matsuda

    PSE Japan User Meeting 2006  2006.9.19 

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  8. Modelling and Process design of the Heat-Integrated Distillation Column (HIDiC) with a Rate-Based approach International conference

    K. Matsuda, K. Iwakabe, M. Nakaiwa, T. Nakanishi, T. Ohmori, A. Endo, T. Yamamoto, S. Kataoka

    International Workshop on Process Intensification in Fluid and Particle Engineering  2006.9.15 

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  9. An Internally Heat-Integrated Distillation Column (HIDiC) in Japan International conference

    K. Iwakabe, M. Nakaiwa, K. Huang, K. Matsuda, T. Nakanishi, T. Ohmori, A. Endo, T. Yamamoto

    Distillation & Absorption 2006  2006.9.4 

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  10. Method of Design for Packed Column Type HIDiC International conference

    T. Nakanishi, K. Aso, M. Nakaiwa, K. Matsuda, S. Hasebe, T. Takamatsu

    Distillation & Absorption 2006  2006.9.4 

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  11. Mass and Heat Transfer in Heat Integrated Distillation Column (HIDiC) with a Rate-Based Model International conference

    K. Matsuda, T. Nakanishi, K. Huang, K. Iwakabe, T. Yamamoto, A. Endo, T. Ohmori, M. Nakaiwa

    17th International Congress of Chemical and Process Engineering (CHISA)  2006.8.27 

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  12. Preparation of Spherical Nanostructured Particles of Lithum Manganese Oxides by a Spray Pyrolysis and Fluidized Bed Hybrid System International conference

    I. Taniguchi, H. Furubayashi, K. Matsuda, S. Nakajima

    the Fifth World Congress on Particle Technology  2006.4.23 

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  13. Simulation of Ternary Distillation in a Heat Integrated Distillation Column (HIDiC) with a Rate-Based Model International conference

    K. Matsuda, T. Nakanishi, K. Huang, K. Iwakabe, T. Yamamoto, A. Endo, T. Ohmori, M. Nakaiwa

    AIChE National Spring Meeting 2006  2006.4.23 

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KAKENHI (Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research) 1

  1. サイバーフィジカルシステムを用いたスマート化学プロセスの設計

    Grant number:16K06842  2016.4 - 2019.3

    日本学術振興会  科学研究費補助金  基盤研究(C)

    松田 圭悟

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    Grant amount:\4810000 ( Direct Cost: \3700000 、 Indirect Cost:\1110000 )

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Teaching Experience (On-campus) 4

  1. アルゴリズムⅡ

    2023

  2. プロセス情報特論Ⅰ

    2023

  3. プロセス情報特論Ⅱ

    2023

  4. 計算情報学7

    2023