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松本 広重(まつもと ひろしげ) データ更新日:2018.01.24

教授 /  カーボンニュートラル・エネルギー国際研究所 電気化学エネルギー変換研究部門


著書
1. Hiroshige Matsumoto, 再生可能エネルギーによる水素製造, S&T出版, 第2節 プロトン伝導性酸化物を用いた水蒸気電解による水素製造、P89-P93, 2016.09, [URL].
2. HIROSHIGE MATSUMOTO, KWATI LEONARD, Hydrogen Energy Engineering: A Japanese Perspective, Springer, 2016.08, [URL].
3. HIROSHIGE MATSUMOTO, Energy Technology Roadmaps of Japan Future Energy Systems Based on Feasible Technologies Beyond 2030, Springer, "Hydrogen Production" Pages 147-165
"Infrastructure for Next-Generation Vehicles" Pages 217-235, 2016.06, [URL].
4. Kimura Seiichiro, HIROSHIGE MATSUMOTO, Infrastructure for next-generation vehicles
, Springer Japan , Pages 217-235, 2016.01, During and after the intense growth period of the economy in Japan around the 1960s, the number of fuel filling stations increased with the rapid spread of automobiles. However, two oil crises in the 1970s triggered the introduction of “next-generation vehicles.” Examples include battery electric vehicles (BEVs), compressed natural gas vehicles (CNGVs), and hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs). After the 1990s, CNGVs began to be introduced, and the development of BEVs and FCEVs accelerated. However, penetration of these next-generation vehicles was not fully successful, owing to their inferior performance (range, acceleration, durability, economic efficiency, and other factors) compared with conventional internal combustion engine vehicles (ICEVs) and a lack of infrastructure, e.g., insufficient CNG stations for CNGVs. Since around 2010, the introduction of next-generation vehicles has progressed gradually. The higher price and shorter cruising range relative to ICEVs has been improved, and their infrastructure has expanded. FCEVs are scheduled to be on the market in 2015, and their hydrogen infrastructure is also being developed. This study discusses next-generation vehicles’ fuel supply infrastructure, particularly its technical goals, challenges, and risks, and surveys Japan’s past approaches and efforts and future prospects. © Springer Japan 2016..
5. HIROSHIGE MATSUMOTO, Kimura Seiichiro, Itaoka Kenshi, Inoue Gen, Hydrogen production
, Springer Japan, Pages 147-165, 2016.01, Hydrogen production methods to meet hydrogen demand as a future fuel are considered. Current hydrogen production methods are described, and energy efficiency, CO2 emissions, and cost are discussed. After estimating possible future hydrogen use and demand, various hydrogen production methods meeting future hydrogen demand are addressed and their prospects considered. A brief conclusion is that future demand for hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles can be met by conventional fossil fuel-based hydrogen production methods, but novel low-carbon techniques for this production using biomass, renewable energybased electrolysis, thermochemical methods, and photoelectrochemical water splitting are important to reduce CO2 emissions. The introduction of hydrogen energy provides benefits of energy saving, renewable energy use, and stabilization of energy security. © Springer Japan 2016..
6. Hiroshige Matsumoto, 電気化学便覧第6版 12.2.2高温水蒸気電解, 丸善, 2013.01.
7. Hiroshige Matsumoto, 電気化学便覧第6版 7.8固体イオニクスの関連する現象, 丸善, 2013.01.
8. 松本広重, 燃料電池材料 4.5プロトン伝導性酸化物(II)中・低温, 日刊工業新聞社, pp.189-195, 2007.01.
9. 松本広重, ナノイオニクス-最新技術とその展望-第12章金属ヘテロ界面における高温型プロトン伝導体の新規イオン機能の探索, シーエムシー出版, 第II編、第12章、pp.134-143, 2008.01.
10. 松本広重, 希土類の材料技術ハンドブック第4章 第2節 プロトン伝導体セリア系ペロブスカイト, 株式会社エヌ・ティー・エス, 第4章、第2節、pp.253-258, 2008.01.

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