AIZAWA Otohiko

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Name
AIZAWA Otohiko
Affiliation
Former Institution / Organization Musashi Institute of Technology, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Chemistry and Energy Engineering
Job title
Professor
Degree
Doctor of Engineering(Tokyo Institute of Technology), (BLANK)

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
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1968
Graduate School, Division of Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology
 
 
 - 
1963
Faculty of Electro Communications, The University of Electro-Communications
 

Misc

 
A Theoretical Approach to Whole-Body Macrodosimetry for BNCT
18    1992
Improvement of Neution Irradiation Field of Research Reactors for BNCT
The Third Asian Symposium on Research Reactor      1991
Neutron Beam Optimization for Boron Neutron Capture Therapy at the Musashi Reactor
Proceedings of the Second Asian Symposium on Research Reactors   II    1989
Doppler and Self-Shielding Effects of Resonances in Unresolved Energy Region of Niobium
J. Nucl. Sci. Technol.   23(3)    1986
Otohiko AIZAWA, Tetsuo MATSUMOTO, Hiroyuki KADOTANI
J. Nucl. Sci. Technol.   20(9) 713-721   1983

Books etc

 
Study on the Best Design of Neutron Irradiation Facility for BNCT
Progress in Neutron Capture Therapy for Cancer   1992   
Research on Neutron Beam Design for BNCT at the Musashi Reactor
Neutron Beam Design, Development, and Performance for Neutron Capture Therapy   1990   
Utilization of the Low-Power Musashi Reactor - Multi-purpose beam experiments
Multipurpose Research Reactors   1988   
Evaluation of Neutron Irradiation Field for BNCT by Using Absorbed Dose in a Phantom
Advances in Neutron Capture Therapy, Plenum Press, New York   1993   
A THEORETICAL APPROACH TO WHOLE-BODY MACRODOSIMETRY FOR BNCT
Topics in Dosimetry & Treatment Planning for Neutron Capture Therapy   1994   

Works

 
Integral Evaluation of Nuclear Data for U-233
2000 - 2001

Research Grants & Projects

 
Burnup characteristics on plutonium-Thorium Mixed Oxide Core
Study on the Analyses of Reactor Characteristics
Study on the Incineration of Minor Actinide