YAMAMOTO Toshiaki

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Name
YAMAMOTO Toshiaki
Degree
Ph.D.

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Professor, Tokyo City University Faculty of Engineering, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
 
1997
   
 
- Osaka Prefecture University
 
1984
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1996
Research Triangle Institute
 
1981
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1984
University of Denver(CO, U.S.A)
 
1973
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1981
United McGill Corporation(OH, U.S.A.)
 

Awards & Honors

 
2003
IEEE Industry Application Society Prof. James Melcher Prize Paper Award
 

Misc

 
Methane Decomposition in Barium Titanate Packed-Bed Nonthermal Plasma Reactor
Plasma Chemistry and Plasma Processing   18(3) 363-373   1998
Decomposition of VOCs Using an Adsobent-Hybrid Plasma Reactor
Annual Meeting of Japanese Chemical Society, March 13      1998
Decomposition and Optimization of Benzene Using Nonthermal Plasma Reactor
Institute of Electrostatic Japan, March 13      1998
Soft Plasma for HAP Decomposition
Proceedings of the NEDO Symposium on Non-Thermal Discharge Plasma Technology for Air Pollution Control 1997, Oita University, Beppu, Oita, Dec. 22-23   38-48   1997
Destruction of Benzene Using Alumina-Hybrid Plasma Reactor
Proccedings of the NEDO Symposium on Non-Thermal Discharge Plasma Technology for Air Pollution Control 1997, Oita University, Beppu, Oita, Dec. 22-23   95-99   1997

Research Grants & Projects

 
Control of Hazardous Air Pollutants using Nonthermal Plasma Technology.
Odor Control using Nonthermal Plasma Technology
Behavior of Aerosols in Electrohydrodynamic Field
Simultaneous Removal of particulates, NOx and SOx from Power station
Pollution Control,
Project Year: 1973 - 2012

Patents

 
Electrochemical methods for Removing Fine Metal Particles in Cooling Oil,Japanese Patent filed August 1999.
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Plasma Chemical Hybrid Process for NOx Control,Japanese Patent filed August 1998 and 1999.
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Plasma Desorption for Controlling Hazardous Air Pollutant,Japanese Patent filed October 1998.
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Methods and Apparatus for Controlling Toxic Compounds Using Catalysis-Assisted Non-Thermal Plasma US Patent 5,843,288,December 1, 1998.
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Decomposition of Fluorine Compounds using Corona Discharge and Dielectric Barrier Discharge Combined With Adsorbent,Japanese Patent filed February 1997.
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