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Segawa Daisuke

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Mechanical Engineering

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  • College of Engineering

  • Graduate School of Engineering, School of Engineering

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  • Aerospace Engineering

  • Thermal Engineering

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  • (Summary)Emulsified Fuel Combustion Method

    (Keyword)Liquid fuels, Spray combustion, Droplet combustion, Diesel engines, Boilers

  • (Summary)Space Utilization Experiment

    (Keyword)Microgravity environment, Short-term microgravity, Drop facility experiment, Aircraft experiment, Combustion experiments

  • (Summary)Combustion of Alternative Fuels for Crude Oil

    (Keyword)Natural gas, Oxygenated fuels, Hydrogen, Residual fuels, Biomass fuels

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  • Doctor (Engineering)


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  • Emulsified Fuel Combustion Method

  • Space Environment Utilization Experiment

  • Combustion of Alternative Fuels for Crude Oil

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  • Effects of Surfactant Concentration on Internal Behavior and Atomization Behavior of W/O Emulsion Droplets on a Heated Surface, Journal of the Combustion Society of Japan, 2018.11, K. Yamada, H. Kataoka, D. Segawa

  • Effects of Target Position on Direct Initiation of Detonation Using Laser Ablation, Transactions of the JSASS / Aerospace Technology Japan, 2015.11, H. Kataoka, H. Kato, K. Suzuki, S. Ishihara, K. Ishii, D. Segawa

  • Comparison of Atomization Behavior on a Heated Surface between O/W and W/O Emulsified Fuel Droplets, Journal of the Combustion Society of Japan, 2015.11, K. Yamada, H. Kataoka, D. Segawa, T. Kadota

  • Comparison of the Flame Spreading Behavior of Oil-in-water and Water-in-oil Emulsions along Linear Emulsion Droplet Arrays in a Microgravity Environment, Atomization and Sprays, 2015.10, K. Yamada, H. Kataoka, T. Kagami, Y. Unno, D. Segawa, T. Kadota

  • Autoignition Behavior of a Spherical Cluster consisted of a Center Fine Droplet and Surrounding Twelve Fine Droplets, Proceedings of the Combustion Institute, 2015.01, H. Kataoka, H. Yamashita, J. Tada, Y. Oka, Y. Morinaga, M. Itai, D. Segawa, T. Kadota

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Charge of class subject 【 display / non-display

  • Internal Combustion Engines

  • Technical English for Mechanical Engineers

  • Combustion Engineering

  • Internal Combustion Engines

  • Introduction to Mechanical, Aerospace and Marine-System EngineeringI

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