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Shuji Hironaka Last modified date:2018.06.09

Assistant Professor / Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering
Department of Chemical Engineering
Faculty of Engineering


Graduate School
Undergraduate School


E-Mail
Homepage
http://chem-eng.kyushu-u.ac.jp/lab4/
Phone
092-802-2774
Fax
092-802-2764
Academic Degree
Ph. D
Field of Specialization
Transport Phenomena, Thermal Engineering, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Porous Media, Environment and Energy
Research
Research Interests
  • Study on the formation of porous structure in the wetting process
    keyword : Transport phenomena, Numerical model, Phase transition, Multiphase flow
    2017.04~2020.03.
Academic Activities
Presentations
1. Shuji HIRONAKA, Gen INOUE, Jun FUKAI, Yhoshifumi TSUGE, Modeling of the evaporation of the polymer slurry in the porous media, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 2017.10.
2. Shuji Hironaka, Saki Manabe, Yuki Fujisawa, Gen Inoue, Yosuke Matsukuma, Masaki Minemoto, The direct numerical simulation of the rising gas bubble with the volume of fluid _VOF_ method, ASME 20111 International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition Congress 2011, 2011.11.
3. Shuji Hironaka, Yuki Fujisawa, Saki Manabe, Gen Inoue, Yosuke Matsukuma, Masaki Minemoto, Study on the behavior of the rising bubbles with the direct numerical simulation, 9th International Symposium on Marine Engineering ISME KOBE 2011, 2011.10.
4. Shuji Hironaka, Yuki Fujisawa, Saki Manabe, Gen Inoue, Yosuke Matsukuma, Masaki Minemoto, The numerical simulation of the multi phase flow on the vertical pipe for the methane hydrate recovery, Second International Symposium on Gasification and Its Application, 2010.12.
5. Shuji Hironaka, Yuki Fujisawa, Saki Manabe, Gen Inoue, Yosuke Matsukuma, Masaki Minemoto, Estimation of the multi-phase flow on the vertical pipe for the methane hydrate recovery, The 6th International Symposium on "Novel Carbon Resource Sciences, 2010.11.
6. Shuji Hironaka, Yuki Fujisawa, Saki Manabe, Gen Inoue, Yosuke Matsukuma, Masaki Minemoto, Evaluation of the improved model to calculate the two-phase flow on the vertical pipe for the methane hydrate recovery, 13th Asia pacific confederation of chemical engineering congress, 2010.10.
7. Shuji Hironaka, Yuki Fujisawa, Saki Manabe, Gen Inoue, Yosuke Matsukuma, Masaki Minemoto, Experiment and simulation of the multi-phase flow on the large-scaled vertical pipe for the methane hydrate recovery, The 5th NCRS International Symposium, 2010.04.
8. Shuji Hironaka, Yuki Fujisawa, Saki, Manabe, Gen Inoue, Yosuke Matsukuma, Masaki Minemoto, Proposition of Calculation Model to Estimate the Gas-liquid Two-phase Flow on the Large Scaled Vertical Pipe for the Methane Hydrate Recovery, The 4th International Symposium on Novel Carbon Resource Sciences, 2009.12.
9. Shuji Hironaka, Yuki Fujisawa, Saki, Manabe, Gen Inoue, Yosuke Matsukuma, Masaki Minemoto, Study on the Simulation Model of the Two-phase Flow on the Large Scale Gas-lift System to Develop Seabed Resources, 8th International Symposium on Marine Engineering, 2009.10.
10. Shuji Hironaka, Masahiro Miwa, Gen Inoue, Yosuke Matsukuma, Masaki Minemoto, Comparison between Experimental Data and Numerical Prediction on Two-phase Flow in Riser Pipe of Gas Lift System, 21th Symposium on Chemical Engineering Kyushu- Taejon Chungnam, 2008.12.
11. Shuji Hironaka, Masahiro Miwa, Gen Inoue, Yosuke Matsukuma, Masaki Minemoto, Experiment and Calculation on Two-Phase Flow in Riser Pipe of Gas Lift System, 2008 Joint of Taiwan/Korea/Kyushu Chemical Engineering Conference, Taiwan, 2008.11.
Membership in Academic Society
  • The Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan
  • The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers
  • The Heat Transfer Society of Japan
  • American Institute of Chemical Engineers
Educational
Educational Activities
Training in the exercise and practical experiment
Thesis adviser
Other Educational Activities
  • 2018.06, In order to help students further understand the content, the author explained them about the related theoretical background before experiment in the the 1st and 2nd students' experiment. .