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Yusuke Shiratori Last modified date:2018.06.08

Associate Professor / Hydrogen Utilization Engineering / Department of Mechanical Engineering / Faculty of Engineering


Presentations
1. Y. Shiratori, N.T.G. Huong, M. Sakamoto, T.D. To, T.C.D. Doan, C.M. Dang, Development of paper-structured catalyst for biogas reforming and the progress of Vietnam-Japan joint research on solid oxide fuel cell, The 6th International Workshop on Nanotechnology and Application (IWNA 2017), 2017.11.
2. Y. Shiratori, Sustainable development of rural area by effective utilization of bio-wastes with highly efficient fuel cell technology, Workshop on Applications of Nanotechnology in Agriculture (WANA2017), 2017.11.
3. D.L. Tran, A. Kubota, M. Sakamoto, Q.T. Tran, K. Sasaki, Y. Shiratori, Advanced direct internal reforming concepts for solid oxide fuel cell running with biogas, 15th International Symposium on Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC-XV), 2017.07.
4. T.G.H. Nguyen, T.D. To, M. Sakamoto, D.C.T. Doan, M.C. Dang, Q.T. Tran, K. Sasaki, Y. Shiratori, Development of flexible catalyst material for internal dry reforming, 15th International Symposium on Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC-XV), 2017.07.
5. Y. Shiratori, Paper-structured catalyst for SOFC to realize direct conversion of biogas into electricity, The Third International Workshop on Nano Materials for Energy Conversion (NMEC-3), 2017.05.
6. Y. Shiratori, Sustainable development of rural area by effective utilization of bio-wastes with highly efficient fuel cell technology, Workshop on Applications of Nanotechnology in Agriculture (WANA2016), 2016.12.
7. TRAN LONG DANG, TRAN QUANG TUYEN, 白鳥 祐介, NGUYEN THI GIANG HUONG, A Novel Approach for the Modeling of Internal Reforming SOFCOperated by CH4-based Fuel, Asian SOFC Symposium 2016, 2016.09.
8. NGUYEN THI GIANG HUONG, TRAN QUANG TUYEN, TRAN LONG DANG, 坂本 美緒, 白鳥 祐介, Ni-loaded ceria-dispersed paper-structured catalyst for internal reforming solid oxide fuel cell, Asian SOFC Symposium 2016, 2016.09.
9. 甲斐田 拓, 坂本 美緒, 楽豪, TRAN QUANG TUYEN, 白鳥 祐介, Paper-structured catalyst for the stable operation of direct-internal reforming SOFC running on biofuels, 12th European SOFC & SOE Forum 2016, 2016.07.
10. TRAN LONG DANG, TRAN QUANG TUYEN, 白鳥 祐介, Numerical Evaluation of Direct Internal Reforming SOFC Operated with Biogas, 12th European SOFC & SOE Forum 2016, 2016.07.
11. Tran Dang Long, TRAN QUANG TUYEN, Yusuke Shiratori, Catalytic and Electrochemical Behaviour of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Operated with Simulated Biogas-Mixtures, 2015 Regional Conference on Energy Engineering, 2015.11.
12. Yusuke Shiratori, Sustainable Development of Rural Area by Effective Utilization of Bio-wastes with Highly Efficient Fuel Cell Technology, International Symposium of SATREPS-programs on Sustainable Aquatic Bioresources, 2015.11.
13. Yusuke Shiratori, Mio Sakamoto, Tomomi Uchida, Hao Le, Taku Kaida, TRAN QUANG TUYEN, Flexible Structured-Catalyst for Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Technology, The 5th International Workshop on Nanotechnology and Application (IWNA-2015), 2015.11.
14. Y. Shiratori, Sustainable development of rural area by effective utilization of bio-wastes with highly efficient fuel cell technology, Workshop on Applications of Nanotechnology in Agriculture (WANA2015), 2015.11.
15. Yusuke Shiratori, Mio Sakamoto, TRAN QUANG TUYEN, Yasuyuki Uchiyama, Naoki Uchiyama, Performance of SOFC Power Unit Assisted by Paper-Structured Catalyst, 14th International Symposium on Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC-XIV), 2015.07.
16. D.S. Rivera, Takayoshi Ishimoto, Yusuke Shiratori, TRAN QUANG TUYEN, Michihisa KOYAMA, Theoretical Study of Inorganic Carbonaceous Species Reaction with the Surfaces of BaTiO3(001), 14th International Symposium on Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC-XIV), 2015.07.
17. Tran Quang-Tuyen, 甲斐田 拓, 坂本 美緒, 内田 友美, 楽 豪, 白鳥 祐介, 佐々木 一成, Impact of paper-structured catalyst on SOFC operated by liquid biofuel, 第55回電池討論会, 2014.11.
18. Y. Shiratori, Q.T. Tran , Y. Wakita, M. Sakamoto, K. Sasaki , Application of Paper-Structured Catalyst to Solid Oxide Fuel Cell, 20th World Hydrogen Energy Conference 2014, 2014.06.
19. Y. Shiratori, M. Sakamoto, Y. Takahashi, Y. Wakita, M. Takada, T. Ogura, H. Nakajima, K. Sasaki, Development of Direct Internal Reforming SOFC Integrated with Paper-Structured Catalyst Fuelled by Biofuels, Thirteenth International Symposium on Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC-XIII), 2013.10, Flexible Ni-loaded paper-structured catalysts (PSCs) were prepared by the simple paper-making process. Stable performance of DIRSOFC fuelled by simulated biogas mixture (CH4/CO2 = 1) was demonstrated by the integration of electrolyte-supported cell with PSC array which leads to uniform in-plane reaction distribution. Anode-supported cell stacked with PSC exhibited maximum power density of 820 mW cm-2 and degradation rate of 1.4 %/1000 h at 750 oC in the direct feed of biogas mixture without humidification..
20. Q.T. Tran, Y. Shiratori, Y. Kakihara, T. Kitaoka, K. Sasaki, Study on Fuel Composition for the Performance Enhancement of Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Operated with Biodiesel Fuel, Thirteenth International Symposium on Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC-XIII), 2013.10, In principle, direct internal reforming of practical biodiesel fuels (BDFs) in a solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) is viable. However, direct feed of practical BDFs to a SOFC caused severe carbon deposition accompanied by C2H4 formation, which were more significant for higher degree of unsaturation of BDFs. Performance of SOFC running on BDF can be enhanced by increasing the content of a fatty acid methyl ester (FAME) with lower degree of unsaturation. To suppress formation of carbon and C2H4, a flexible catalyst composed of inorganic fiber network was applied for the operation of SOFC running on FAMEs. In this study, rather high power density of 0.84 W cm-2 at 0.7 V was achieved in the feed of a mixture of oleic- and palmitic-FAMEs..
21. T. Ogura, Y. Shiratori, T. Shiraga, H. Tsukikawa, M. Tajima, Detailed Kinetic Modeling for Direct Biogas Reforming on Nickel Catalysts, International Symposium on Innovative Materials for Processes in Energy Systems (IMPRES) 2013, 2013.09.
22. Y. Shiratori, Catalyst Material Development for Internal Reforming SOFC Fuelled by Sustainable Biofuels, 2nd International Symposium on Solid Oxide Fuel Cells for Next Generation Power Plants: SOFCs and Renewable Energy, 2013.04.
23. Tran Tuyen Quang, 白鳥 祐介, 北岡 卓也, 佐々木 一成, Biodiesel fuel conversion to renewable electricity with a new SOFC concept, 第53回電池討論会, 2012.11.
24. 小倉 鉄平, 白鳥 祐介, 月川 久義, 田島 正喜, Kinetic Simulations of Temperature Distribution in Catalytic Hydrogen Production from Biogas, 第28回化学反応討論会, 2012.06, Biomass such as manure, municipal waste, and sewage, etc. has attractive attention as one of renewable energy sources. Biogas produced the anaerobic digestion or fermentation of biomass primarily comprises methane and carbon dioxide. Biogas can be catalytically reformed to hydrogen, which is increasingly demanded as a fuel of fuel cells (FC) and FC vehicles. However, local cooling on reforming catalysts due to the endothermic process causes increase of carbon deposit and degrades the catalysts as a result. Thus, the purpose of this study is to reveal how temperature locally distributes on the catalysts in biogas reforming process. We have simulated the temperature distribution based on kinetic surface modeling and a detailed catalytic mechanism for methane dry reforming..
25. Direct-biogas SOFC was operated by feeding the mixture of CH4 and CO2. Stable operation without carbon deposition (cell voltage of ca. 0.98 V at 200 mA cm-2) was achieved at 900 oC over 200 h. Ni agglomeration during operation was reduced by the addition of MgO to Ni catalyst and Ni0.9Mg0.1O-ScSZ exhibited higher reforming activity than that of NiO-ScSZ.
Degradation caused by H2S poisoning was classified into two stages, initial and second voltage drops. Initial voltage drop corresponded to increase in anodic overvoltage and second voltage drop was accompanied by both of increases in anodic overvoltage and anode-side IR drop. Direct-biogas SOFC with Ni0.9Mg0.1O-ScSZ anode operated at higher temperature was more tolerant to H2S contamination.
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26. Fuel Impurity tolerance of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells,
K. Sasaki, A. Iyoshi, S. Adachi, M. Uchimura, K. Susuki, Y. Shiratori, H. Kusaba, Y. Teraoka,
The 13th FCDIC Fuel Cell Symposium, Tokyo.
27. Discharge characteristics of the internal reforming SOFCs using Ni1-x-yMgxAlyO-ScSZ as anode materials,
Y. Shiratori, Y. Teraoka, K. Sasaki,
The 14th Symposium on Solid Oxide Fuel Cells in Japan, Tokyo.
28. Anode surface structural change of internal reforming SOFCs for hydrocarbons,
N. Imamura, K. Shiozaki, Y. Shiratori, H. Kusaba, Y. Teraoka, K. Sasaki,
The 14th Symposium on Solid Oxide Fuel Cells in Japan, Tokyo.
29. Microstructure and cel voltage stability of SOFC anodes,
S. Adachi, Y. Shiratori, H. Kusaba, Y. Teraoka, K. Sasaki,
The 14th Symposium on Solid Oxide Fuel Cells in Japan, Tokyo.
30. Novel multilayer anodes for the internal reforming SOFCs,
Yusuke Shiratori, Kazunari Sasaki, Yasutake Teraoka,
The 46th Battery Symposium in Japan, Nagoya.
31. SOFC power generation characteristics and changes in anode microstructures by sulfur fuel impurity,
A. Iyoshi, K. Sasaki, Y. Shiratori, H. Kusaba, Y. Teraoka, H. Fuchino, N. Jingo,
The 46th Battery Symposium in Japan, Nagoya.
32. Composite electrolytes based on (3YSZ)1-x-(MgO)x for the fabrication of reliable anode-supported SOFCs
Y. Shiratori, F. Tietz, J. Mertens, W. Herzhof, D. Stoever
(Forschungszentrum Jülich, Institute for Materials and Processes in Energy Systems (IWV-1), 52425 Jülich, Germany)
72th Electrochemical Society Conference in Japan.