KATSUKI Masashi

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Name
KATSUKI Masashi
Degree
Doctor of Engineering(Osaka University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1965
 - 
1971
Daihatsu Mortors Co. Ltd., R & D Engineer
 
1971
 - 
1981
Osaka University, Research Associate
 
1981
 - 
1982
Osaka University, Lecturer
 
1982
 - 
1995
Osaka University, Associate Professor
 
1995
   
 
- Osaka University, Professor
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1965
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering Science, Osaka University
 

Misc

 
Numerical Prediction of Coaxial Flow Diffusion flames with Radiative Heat Transfer
Japan Society of mechanical Engineers International Journal   33(4)    1990
Measurement of Flame Temperature by Optical Fiber Thermometer
Experiments in Fluids   6(8)    1988

Books etc

 
A Unified Model of Mean Reaction Rate in Turbulent Premixed Flames
Aerothermodynamics in Combustors   1992   
Sound Emission from Turbulent Flame
Twenty-first Symposium (International) on Combustion   1986   
Nonoxidation Direct Heating by a Flame for the Annealing Process at Steel Industry
Energy System, Management and Economics   1989   
Suppression of Combustion of Combustion Oscillation of Premixed by Active Control
Unsteady Combustion   1996   
Structure of Spark-Ignited Spherical Flames Propagating in a Droplet Cloud
Decelopment in Laser Techniques and Applications to Fluid Mechanics   1996   

Works

 
Real time combustion diagnostics by diode laser spectroscopy
1998 - 2000
Elucidation of detailed structure of fuel sprays by advanced optical diagnostics and combustion mechanism
1998 - 2000
Development of high speed spectroscopy with high spacial and wave length resolution and its application to flames
2000

Research Grants & Projects

 
Fine Structure of Turbulent Premixed Flames
Project Year: 1979   
Interaction of Combustion Gas with Metal Surface
Observation of Group Combustion Behavior of Spray Flames
Project Year: 1990   
Nanoscale Optical Sensing of Combustion
Numerical Simulation of Reacting Thermo-fluid Flow