KATO Shohei

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Name
KATO Shohei
Affiliation
Toyo University
Section
Faculty of Science and Engineering, Department of Electrical Electronic and Computer Engineering
Degree
(BLANK)
Research funding number
80103571

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1976
Graduate School, Division of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
 
 
 - 
1971
Faculty of Engineering, Yokohama National University
 

Misc

 
Application of Finite Element Method to the Analysis of Distributed Constant Circuit
Trans. IEE of Japan   106A(5)    1986
Electric Field Computation Errors on Electrode in Charge Simulation Method
Trans. IEE of Japan   108A(1)    1988
Electric Field Computation Errors on Dielectric Boundary in Charge Simulation Method
Trans. IEE of Japan   108A(1)    1988
A Method of Numerical Calculation of Electric Field Line in Axisymmetrical Three Dimensional Problem
Trans. IEE of Japan   105A(8)    1985
Finite Element Method using the Potential and Electric Field for the Unknown Variables
Trans. IEE of Japan   105A(11)    1985

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Cooling Characteristics of Saline under Alternating Electric Field
KATO Shohei
Annual meeting of IEE Japan   18 Mar 2016   
Surge Analysis of Single Layer Winding Power Transformer Model by Method of Moment
KATO Shohei
JIEE Workshop in High Voltage Engineering   29 Jan 2016   
Surge Analysis of Power Transformer Model by Numerical Electromagnetic Field Computation
KATO Shohei
26 Aug 2015   
Thawing of Fish Meat under High Voltage Electric Field: 2nd Report
KATO Shohei
Annual meeting of IEE Japan   18 Mar 2015   
Surge Analysis for Winding of Transformer Model by Numerical Electric Field Computation
KATO Shohei
JIEE Workshop in High Voltage Engineering   19 Feb 2015   

Works

 
Nearby Lightning in Distribution Line
2000
Lightning Surge Characteristic of Buiding
1999

Research Grants & Projects

 
Lightning Surge Analysis by Numerical Electromagnetic Field Analysis
Project Year: 1991   
Grounding of Electrical Facilities and Systems
Project Year: 1994   
Over Voltage by Lightning
EMC in Electric Power Apparatus