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Fall Semester

Outline of lecture
This course presents knowledge on fundamentals for energy science together with the state-of-art technologies in the field. It includes the fundamental knowledge on energy systems and applications of the related technologies.
Purpose of lecture
This course presents knowledge on fundamentals for energy science together with the state-of-art technologies in the field. It includes the fundamental knowledge on energy systems and applications of the related technologies.
Plan of lecture
Oct. 9 Guidance / Advanced Energy Conversion Technology (Y.Okuno)
Oct.15 Inertial Confinement Fusion and Beam-Plasma Interactions (J.Hasegawa)
Oct.22 Numerical simulations of thermal fluid dynamics (F.Xiao)
Oct.29 Applications of Superconductivity and Cryogenics for Energy Science Research (T.Kuriyama)
Nov. 5 Electrostatic Actuator as Artificial Muscle (K.Saneyoshi)
Nov.12 Distributed Energy System (Y.Hasegawa)
Nov.19 Measurement of Urban Roadside Particulate Matter Using MeV Ion Beams (Y.Oguri)
Nov.26 Advanced Plasma Processing (T.Watanabe)
Dec. 3 Renewable Energy Cycle by Sun and Magnesium (T.Yabe)
Dec.10 Introduction to Space Launch Vehicles and their Propulsion System (S.Tomioka)
Dec.17 Air-breathing Engines for Future Launch Vehicles (S.Tomioka)
Jan. 7 Medical Application of Heavy Ion Beams (T.Kohno)
Jan.17 Ultra low energy beam physics: "Cold neutral atom and molecules (H.Kanamori)
Jan.21 Geological storage of carbon dioxide (T.Suekane)
Jan.28 Exercise (tentative)
Textbook and reference
The reference books etc. are specified by each lecturer.
Related and/or prerequisite courses
Related subject or stipulations are specified by each lecturer.
Evaluation
The grade will depend on your attendance rate and report.
Submit 4 reports on different 4 themes (among topic or task provided by each lecturer)
 Due date : January 31, 2013
 Location : P.O.Box G3-38 (G3 Bldg. 1F) or G3-408 (Okuno’s Office)
If any question, please contact Prof. Y. Okuno (yokuno@es.titech.ac.jp).

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