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Kudo Shinji Last modified date:2023.01.04

Associate Professor / Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Engineering Sciences / Department of Advanced Device Materials / Institute for Materials Chemistry and Engineering

1. Phatchada Santawaja, Shinji Kudo, Atsushi Tahara, Shusaku Asano, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Dissolution of Iron Oxides Highly Loaded in Oxalic Acid Aqueous Solution for a Potential Application in Iron-Making, ISIJ International, 10.2355/isijinternational.ISIJINT-2020-726, 62, 2466-2475, 2022.12.
2. Yasuhiro Saito, Aska Mori, Shinji Kudo, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Hot Strength of Coke Prepared by Briquetting and Carbonization of Lignite, ISIJ International, 10.2355/isijinternational.ISIJINT-2022-143, 62, 2511-2515, 2022.12.
3. Takuya Kiyozumi, Shinji Kudo, Aska Mori, Riku Mizoguchi, Atsushi Tahara, Shusaku Asano, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Synthesis of Oxalate from CO2 and Cesium Carbonate Supported Over Porous Carbon, ISIJ International, 10.2355/isijinternational.ISIJINT-2022-159, 62, 2476-2482, 2022.12.
4. Fu Wei, Shinji Kudo, Shusaku Asano, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Torrefaction of woody biomass and in-situ pyrolytic reforming of volatile matter: Analyses of products and process heat demand, Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis, 10.1016/j.jaap.2022.105658, 167, 105658, 2022.10.
5. Fu Wei, Shinji Kudo, Xinyu Wang, Shusaku Asano, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Low Temperature Pyrolysis of Woody Biomass under Steam for Selective Production of Coniferyl Aldehyde, Engineering Sciences Reports, Kyushu University, 44, 22-29, 2022.09.
6. Shinji Kudo, Xin Huang, Sakura Sakai, Shusaku Asano, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Hydrolysis of Anhydrosugars over a Solid Acid Catalyst for Saccharification of Cellulose via Pyrolysis, Key Engineering Materials, 10.4028/p-3800i8, 932, 3-10, 2022.09.
7. Aditya Wibawa, U. P. M. Ashik, Shinji Kudo, Shusaku Asano, Yusuke Dohi, Tetsuya Yamamoto, Yuki Kimura, Xiangpeng Gao, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Preparation of Formed Coke from Biomass by Sequence of Torrefaction, Binderless Hot Briquetting and Carbonization, ISIJ International, 10.2355/isijinternational.ISIJINT-2022-013, 62, 1629-1638, 2022.08.
8. Qianli Wang, Shinji Kudo, Shusaku Asano, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Fabrication of Densified Rice Husk by Sequential Hot-Compressed Water Treatment, Blending with Poly(vinyl alcohol), and Hot Pressing, ACS Omega, 10.1021/acsomega.2c03286, 7, 27638-27648, 2022.07.
9. Fu Wei, Shinji Kudo, Shusaku Asano, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Staged Pyrolytic Conversion of Acid-Loaded Woody Biomass for Production of High-Strength Coke and Valorization of Volatiles, Energy & Fuels, 10.1021/acs.energyfuels.2c01352, 36, 6949-6958, 2022.06.
10. S. Saragai, S. Kudo, J. Sperry, U. P. M. Ashik, S. Asano, J. I. Hayashi, Catalytic deep eutectic solvent for levoglucosenone production by pyrolysis of cellulose, Bioresource Technology, 10.1016/j.biortech.2021.126323, 344, 126323, 2022.01, This work presents the selective production of the versatile bio-based platform levoglucosenone (LGO) using deep eutectic solvents (DESs) as catalysts during cellulose pyrolysis. Among 18 types of DESs examined, those containing p-toluenesulfonic acid as a hydrogen bond donor possessed the requisite thermal stability for use in the pyrolysis of cellulose. When those DESs were combined with cellulose, the pyrolysis temperature could be reduced which led to greater selectivity for LGO, the highest yield being 41.5% on a carbon basis. Because of their thermal stability, the DESs could be recovered from the pyrolysis residue and reused. The DESs recovery reached 97.9% in the pyrolysis at a low temperature with the LGO yield of 14.0%. Thus, DES-assisted cellulose pyrolysis is a promising methodology for LGO production..
11. Qianli Wang, Shinji Kudo, Shusaku Asano, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Hot-Compressed Water Treatment and Subsequent Binderless Hot Pressing for High-Strength Plate Preparation from Rice Husk, ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 10.1021/acssuschemeng.1c07877, 10, 1932-1942, 2022.01.
12. T. Liu, X. Gao, A. Z. Mofrad, S. Kudo, S. Asano, J. I. Hayashi, Leaching Char with Acidic Aqueous Phase from Biomass Pyrolysis: Removal of Alkali and Alkaline-Earth Metallic Species and Uptakes of Water-Soluble Organics, Energy & Fuels, 10.1021/acs.energyfuels.1c01889, 35, 12237-1251, 2021.07.
13. Shinji Kudo, Xin Huang, Shusaku Asano, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Catalytic Strategies for Levoglucosenone Production by Pyrolysis of Cellulose and Lignocellulosic Biomass, Energy & Fuels, 10.1021/acs.energyfuels.1c01062, 35, 9809-9824, 2021.05.
14. J. X. Wang, J. -i. Hayashi, S. Asano, S. Kudo, Analysis of Primary Reactions in Biomass Oxidation with O2 in Hot-Compressed Alkaline Water, ACS Omega, 6, 4236-4246, 2021.02.
15. Xin Huang, Daiki Mitsuyama, Shinji Kudo, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Fast Synthesis of Hydroxymethylfurfural from Levoglucosenone by Mixing with Sulphuric Acid and Heating in a Microtube Reactor, MATEC Web of Conferences, 333, 05005, 2021.01.
16. Shinji Kudo, Eriko Honda, Shingo Nishioka, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Formation of p-Unsubstituted Phenols in Base-catalyzed Lignin Depolymerization, MATEC Web of Conferences, 333, 05006, 2021.01.
17. Rory Devlin, Shinji Kudo, Jonathan Sperry, Jiangrine-like scaffolds from biorenewable platforms, Tetrahedron Letters, 61, 152538, 2020.10.
18. Xin Huang, Shinji Kudo, Shusaku Asano, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Improvement of levoglucosenone selectivity in liquid phase conversion of cellulose-derived anhydrosugar over solid acid catalysts, Fuel Processing Technology, 212, 106625, 2020.09.
19. Xin Huang, Tianlong Liu, Jingxian Wang, Fu Wei, Jingyu Ran, Shinji Kudo, Selective hydrogenation of levoglucosenone over Pd/C using formic acid as a hydrogen source, Journal of the Energy Institute, 93, 2505-2510, 2020.08.
20. Phatchada Santawaja, Shinji Kudo, Aska Mori, Atsushi Tahara, Shusaku Asano, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Sustainable Iron-Making Using Oxalic Acid: The Concept, A Brief Review of Key Reactions, and An Experimental Demonstration of the Iron-Making Process, ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 8, 13292-13301, 2020.08, Global iron and steel production continues to expand. The iron-making industry is, however, one of the main contributors to global warming due to its reliance on fossil fuel-based high temperature processes. Therefore, alternative green approaches to iron-making are highly desired. Herein, we propose a new concept of iron-making, which consists of a sequence of known reactions: the dissolution of iron from iron ore using oxalic acid to obtain a Fe(III) oxalate aqueous solution, followed by the photochemical reduction of Fe(III) oxalate to Fe(II) oxalate as a solid precipitate, and the pyrolytic reduction of Fe(II) oxalate to metallic iron. By harnessing the chemical characteristics of oxalic acid and iron oxalates, the method is expected to produce high-quality iron at low temperatures. Moreover, the recovery of carbon oxides, generated during iron-making, for the synthesis of oxalic acid enables the iron-making without having carbon in the stoichiometry. The present study explains the key chemical concepts of the process, experimentally demonstrates the iron-making, and discusses the challenges and barriers to industrial application. In the experiment, according to the proposed scheme, three different iron sources were successfully converted into metallic iron. The yield and quality (purity) of the iron product depended on the metallic composition of the feedstock. In the absence of impurity metals, near-complete recovery of pure iron was possible. Alkaline earth and transition metals were identified as impurities that affected process performance and product quality. The iron dissolution needed a relatively long reaction time to achieve sufficient conversion under the conditions employed in this study, rendering it a rate-determining step that influenced overall iron productivity..
21. Tianlong Liu, Shusaku Asano, Shinji Kudo, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Sequential conversion of lignite in alkaline water by oxidative degradation, dissolution and catalytic gasification, Fuel, 278, 118329, 2020.06.
22. Tianlong Liu, Asuka Mori, Ryohei Arai, Shusaku Asano, Shinji Kudo, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Selective Production of Phenolic Monomers and Biochar by Pyrolysis of Lignin with Internal Recycling of Heavy Oil, Energy & Fuels, 34, 7138-7189, 2020.05.
23. Xin Huang, Shinji Kudo, U. P. M. Ashik, Hisahiro Einaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Selective Hydrodeoxygenation of γ-Valerolactone over Silica-supported Rh-based Bimetallic Catalysts, Energy & Fuels, 34, 7190-7197, 2020.05.
24. U.P.M. Ashik, Hazzim F. Abbas, Faisal Abnisa, Shinji Kudo, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, W.M.A. Wan Daud, Methane decomposition with a minimal catalyst: An optimization study with response surface methodology over Ni/SiO2 nanocatalyst, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 45, 14383-14395, 2020.04.
25. Xin Huang, Kento Yamasaki, Shinji Kudo, Jonathan Sperry, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Influence of ionic liquid type on porous carbon formation during the ionothermal pyrolysis of cellulose, Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis, 145, 104728, 2020.01.
26. Nurulhuda Halim, Akira Tajima, Shusaku Asano, Shinji Kudo, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Change in Catalytic Activity of Potassium during CO2 Gasification of Char, Energy & Fuels, 34, 225-234, 2020.01.
27. UPM Ashik, Shusaku Asano, Shinji Kudo, Doan Pham Minh, Srinivas Appari, Hisahiro Einaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, The Distinctive Eects of Glucose-Derived Carbon on the Performance of Ni-Based Catalysts in Methane Dry Reforming, catalysts, 10, 2020.01.
28. Shinji Kudo, Jun Okada, Shiho Ikeda, Takuya Yoshida, Shusaku Asano, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Improvement of Pelletability of Woody Biomass by Torrefaction under Pressurized Steam, Energy and Fuels, 10.1021/acs.energyfuels.9b02939, 2019.10.
29. Li Chen, Rei Nakamoto, Shinji Kudo, Shusaku Asano, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Biochar-Assisted Water Electrolysis, Energy & Fuels, 33, 11246-11252, 2019.10.
30. Shusaku Asano, Cheolyong Choi, Kentaro Ishiyama, Shinji Kudo, Xiangpeng Gao, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Re-examination of Thermogravimetric Kinetic Analysis of Lignite Char Gasification, Energy & Fuels, 33, 10913-10922, 2019.10.
31. Ashley C. Lindsay, Shinji Kudo, Jonathan Sperry, Cleavage of lignin model compounds and ligninox using aqueous oxalic acid, Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry, 10.1039/c9ob01452g, 17, 31, 7408-7415, 2019.08.
32. Kenya Uchida, Shinji Kudo, Aska Mori, U. P.M. Ashik, Koyo Norinaga, Yusuke Dohi,Kazuya Uebo,Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Production of High-strength Cokes from Non- And Slightly Caking Coals. Part II
Application of sequence of fine pulverization of coal, briquetting and carbonization to single coals and binary blends, isij international, 10.2355/isijinternational.ISIJINT-2018-847, 59, 8, 1449-1456, 2019.08.
33. Masahiro Matoba, Shinji Kudo, Aska Mori, Koyo Norinaga, Kenya Uchida, Yusuke Dohi, Kazuya Uebo, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Production of high-strength cokes from non-/slightly caking coals. Part I
Effects of coal pretreatment and variables for briquetting and carbonization on coke properties, isij international, 10.2355/isijinternational.ISIJINT-2018-819, 59, 8, 1440-1448, 2019.08.
34. Nurulhuda Halim, U. P.M. Ashik, Xiangpeng Gao, Shinji Kudo, Edy Sanwani, Koyo Norinaga, Hayashi Jun-Ichiro, Quantitative Description of Catalysis of Inherent Metallic Species in Lignite Char during CO2 Gasification, Energy and Fuels, 10.1021/acs.energyfuels.9b00465, 33, 7, 5996-6007, 2019.07.
35. Xin Huang, Shinji Kudo, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Two-step conversion of cellulose to levoglucosenone using updraft fixed bed pyrolyzer and catalytic reformer, Fuel Processing Technology, 191, 29-35, 2019.04.
36. Xin Huang, Shinji Kudo, Jonathan Sperry, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Clean Synthesis of 5-Hydroxylmethylfurfural and Levulinic Acid by Aqueous Phase Conversion of Levoglucosenone over Solid Acid Catalysts, ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, 7, 5892-5899, 2019.03.
37. Cheolyong Choi, Kentaro Shima, Shinji Kudo, Koyo Norinaga, Xiangpeng Gao, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Continuous monitoring of char surface activity toward benzene, Carbon Resources Conversion, 2, 43-50, 2018.12.
38. Cheolyong Choi, U. P. M. Ashik, Shinji Kudo, Kazuya Uebo, Koyo Norinaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Effect of SiO2 on loss of catalysis of inherent metallic species in CO2 gasification of coke from lignite, Carbon Resources Conversion, 2, 13-22, 2018.09.
39. Shi-wei Kim, Edward T. Ledingham, Shinji Kudo, Ben W. Greatrex, Jonathan Sperry, Bio-based Chiral Amines via Aza-Michael Additions to (-)-Levoglucosenone Under Aqueous Conditions, European Journal of Organic Chemistry, DOI 10.1002/ejoc.201800388, 2018.03.
40. Yuki Furutani, Yuki Dohara, Shinji Kudo, Jun-Ichiro Hayashi, Koyo Norinaga, Computational Study on the Thermal Decomposition of Phenol-Type Monolignols, International Journal of Chemical Kinetics, 50, 304-316, 2018.02.
41. Yuki Furutani, Shinji Kudo, Hayashi Jun-ichiro, Koyo Norinaga, Predicting molecular composition of primary product derived from fast pyrolysis of lignin with semi-detailed kinetic model, Fuel, 212, 515-522, 2018.01.
42. Yuki Furutani, Yuki Dohara, Shinji Kudo, Hayashi Jun-ichiro, Koyo Norinaga, Theoretical Study on Elementary Reaction Steps in Thermal Decomposition Processes of Syringol-Type Monolignol Compounds, Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 122, 3, 822-831, 2018.01.
43. Yuki Furutani, Koyo Norinaga, Shinji Kudo, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Tomoaki Watanabe, Current Situation and Future Scope of Biomass Gasification in Japan, Evergreen, 4, 24-29, 2017.12.
44. Yuki Furutani, Yuki Dohara, Shinji Kudo, Hayashi Jun-ichiro, Koyo Norinaga, Theoretical Study on the Kinetics of Thermal Decomposition of Guaiacol and Catechol, Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 121, 44, 8495-8503, 2017.11.
45. Shinji Kudo, Aska Mori, Gentaro Hayashi, Takuya Yoshida, Noriyuki Okuyama, Koyo Norinaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Characteristic Properties of Lignite To Be Converted to High-Strength Coke by Hot Briquetting and Carbonization, Energy & Fuels, 10.1021/acs.energyfuels.7b03155, 2017.11.
46. Zayda Faizah Zahara, Shinji Kudo, Daniyanto, U. P. M. Ashik, Koyo Norinaga, Arief Budiman, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, CO2 Gasification of Sugar Cane Bagasse: Quantitative Understanding of Kinetics and Catalytic Roles of Inherent Metallic Species, Energy & Fuels, 10.1021/acs.energyfuels.7b03147, 2017.11.
47. Ayuko Kitajou, Shinji Kudo, Hayashi Jun-ichiro, Shigeto Okada, Synthesis and electrochemical properties of Fe3C-carbon composite as an anode material for lithium-ion batteries, Electrochemistry, 85, 10, 630-633, 2017.10.
48. Lu Zhang, Shichao Qi, Norihiro Takeda, Shinji Kudo, Hayashi Jun-ichiro, Koyo Norinaga, Characteristics of gas evolution profiles during coal pyrolysis and its relation with the variation of functional groups, International Journal of Coal Science & Technology, 10.1007/s40789-017-0175-0, 2017.07.
49. Shi-Chao Qi, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Shinji Kudo, Lu Zhang, Catalytic hydrogenolysis of kraft lignin to monomers at high yield in alkaline water, Green Chemistry, 19, 2636–2645, 2017.06.
50. Lu Zhang, Shi-Chao Qi, Keita Iwanaga, Kazuhiro Uemura, Li-Xin Zhang, Shinji Kudo, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Kenji Furuya, Koyo Norinaga, An approach for on-line analysis of multi-component volatiles from coal pyrolysis with Li+-attachment ionization mass spectrometry, Fuel Processing Technology, 158, 141–145, 2017.04.
51. Shi-Chao Qi, Lu Zhang, Shinji Kudo, Koyo Norinaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Theoretical Study on Hydrogenolytic Cleavage of Intermonomer Linkages in Lignin, The Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 121, 2868–2877, 2017.04.
52. Shi-Chao Qi, Lu Zhang, Hisahiro Einaga, Shinji Kudo, Koyo Norinaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Nano-sized nickel catalyst for deep hydrogenation of lignin monomers and first-principles insight into the catalyst preparation, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, 5, 3948–3965, 2017.02.
53. Yuki Furutani, Shinji Kudo, Koyo Norinaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Theoretical Study on Reaction Pathways Leading to CO and CO2 in the Pyrolysis of Resorcinol, The Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 121, 631–637, 2017.01.
54. Shinji Kudo, Nozomi Goto, Jonathan Sperry, Koyo Norinaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Production of Levoglucosenone and Dihydrolevoglucosenone by Catalytic Reforming of Volatiles from Cellulose Pyrolysis Using Supported Ionic Liquid Phase, ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Technology, 5, 1132–1140, 2016.12.
55. Huamei Yang, Yuki Furutani, Shinji Kudo, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Koyo Norinaga, Experimental investigation of thermal decomposition of dihydroxybenzene isomers: Catechol, hydroquinone, and resorcinol, Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis, 120, 321–329, 2016.05.
56. Chengyi Li, Li-Xin Zhang, Shinji Kudo, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Koyo Norinaga, Toward Low-Temperature Coal Gasification: Experimental and Numerical Studies of Thermochemical Coal Conversion Considering the Interactions between Volatiles and Char Particles, KONA Powder and Particle Journal, 34, 70–79, 2016.04.
57. Enkhsaruul Byambajav, Yasuyo Hachiyama, Shinji Kudo, Koyo Norinaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Kinetics and Mechanism of CO2 Gasification of Chars from 11 Mongolian Lignites, Energy & Fuels, 30, 1636–1646, 2016.01.
58. Hua Yang, Shinji Kudo, Koyo Norinaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Steam–Oxygen Gasification of Potassium-Loaded Lignite: Proof of Concept of Type IV Gasification, Energy & Fuels, 30, 1616–1627, 2016.01.
59. Shinji Kudo, 東 謙吾, Koyo Norinaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Effect of Sodium Chloride on Hydrothermal Conversion of Cellulose, Proceedings of the APCChE Congress 2015, pp. 1186-1195, 2015.09.
60. Hikaru Kawata, Li Chen, Shinji Kudo, Koyo Norinaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Electrochemical Gasification of Lignin Dissolved in Alkaline Water, Proceedings of the APCChE Congress 2015, pp. 1078-1088, 2015.09.
61. Narumon THimthong, Srinivas Appari, Ryota Tanaka, Keita Iwanaga, Tomoaki Namioka, Shinji Kudo, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Koyo Norinaga, Numerical Study on the Steam Reforming of Biomass Tar Using a Detailed Chemical Kinetic Model, Journal of the Japan Institute of Energy, 94, 794–804, 2015.08.
62. Kazuhiro Uemura, Srinivas Appari, Shinji Kudo, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Koyo Norinaga, In-situ reforming of the volatiles from fast pyrolysis of lingo-cellulosic biomass over zeolite catalysts for aromatic compound production, Fuel Processing Technology, 136, 73—78, 2015.08.
63. Chengyi Li, Srinivas Appari, Ryota Tanaka, Kyoko Hanao, Yeonkyung Lee, Shinji Kudo, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Vinod M. Janardhanan, Hiroaki Watanabe, Koyo Norinaga, A CFD study on the reacting flow of partially combusting hot coke oven gas in a bench-scale reformer, Fuel, 159, 590-598, 2015.07.
64. Chengyi Li, Srinivas Appari, Li-Xin Zhang, Chang Gung University, Chang Gung University, Shinji Kudo, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Koyo Norinaga, Modeling of gas/particle flow in coal conversion with a drop tube reactor using a lumped kinetic model accounting volatiles-char interaction, Fuel Processing Technology, 138, 590–598, 2015.07.
65. Thimthong Narumon, Srinivas Appari, Ryota Tanaka, Keita Iwanaga, Shinji Kudo, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Tetsuya Shoji, Koyo Norinaga, Kinetic modeling of non-catalytic partial oxidation of nascent volatiles derived from fast pyrolysis of woody biomass with detailed chemistry., Fuel Processing Technology, 134, 159-167, 2015.06.
66. Huamei Yang, Srinivas Appari, Shinji Kudo, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Koyo Norinaga, Detailed Chemical Kinetic Modeling of Vapor-Phase Reactions of Volatiles Derived from Fast Pyrolysis of Lignin, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 54, 6855-6864, 2015.06.
67. Srinivas Appari, Ryota Tanaka, Chengyi Li, Shinji Kudo, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Vinod M. Janardhanan, Hiroyuki Watanabe, Koyo Norinaga, Predicting the temperature and reactant concentration profiles of reacting flow in the partial oxidation of hot coke oven gas using detailed chemistry and a one-dimensional flow model, Chemical Engineering Journal, 266, 82-90, 2015.04.
68. Karnowo, Shinji Kudo, Aska Mori, Zayda Faizah Zahara, Koyo Norinaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Modification of Reactivity and Strength of Formed Coke from Victorian Lignite by Leaching of Metallic Species, ISIJ International, 55, 765-774, 2015.04.
69. Shinji Kudo, Aska Mori, Ryosuke Soejima, Fusa Murayama, Seiji Nomura, Yusuke Dohi, Koyo Norinaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Preparation of Coke from Hydrothermally Treated Biomass in Sequence of Hot Briquetting and Carbonization, ISIJ International, 54, 2461-2469, 2014.11.
70. Yong Huang, Hajime Sakamoto, Shinji Kudo, Koyo Norinaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Pyrolysis of Lignite with Internal Recycling and Conversion of Oil, Energy & Fuels, 28, 7285-7293, 2014.10.
71. Lei Bai, Shinji Kudo, Koyo Norinaga, Yong-gang Wang, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Kinetics and Mechanism of Steam Gasification of Char from Hydrothermally Treated Woody Biomass, Energy & Fuels, 28, 7133-7139, 2014.10.
72. Huamei Yang, Srinivas Appari, Shinji Kudo, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Satoshi Kumagai, Koyo Norinaga, Chemical Structures and Primary Pyrolysis Characteristics of Lignins Obtained from Different Preparation Methods, Journal of the Japan Institute of Energy, 93, 986-994, 2014.10.
73. Koyo Norinaga, Huamei Yang, Ryota Tanaka, Srinivas Appari, Keita Iwanaga, Yuka Takashima, Shinji Kudo, Tetsuya Shoji, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, A mechanistic study on the reaction pathways leading to benzene and naphthalene in cellulose vapor phase cracking, Biomass and Bioenergy, 69, 144-154, 2014.10.
74. Karnowo, Zayda Faizah Zahara, Shinji Kudo, Koyo Norinaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Leaching of Alkali and Alkaline Earth Metallic Species from Rice Husk with Bio-oil from Its Pyrolysis, Energy & Fuels 28, 6459-6466, 2014.09.
75. Hyun-Seok Kim, Shinji Kudo, Koyo Norinaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Preparation and Steam Reforming of Fe-Ion Exchanged Lignite Prepared with Iron Metal, Water, and Pressurized CO2, Energy & Fuels, 28, 5623-5631, 2014.08.
76. Shinji Kudo, Yasuyo Hachiyama, Hyun-Seok Kim, Koyo Norinaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Examination of Kinetics of Non-catalytic Steam gasification of Biomass/Lignite Chars and Its Relationship with the Variation of the Pore Structure, Energy & Fuels, 28, 5902-5908, 2014.08.
77. Tomoyuki Oike, Shinji Kudo, Hua Yang, Junya Tahara, Hyun-Seok Kim, Ryo Koto, Koyo Norinaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Sequential Pyrolysis and Potassium-Catalyzed Steam –Oxygen Gasification of Woody Biomass in a Continuous Two-Stage Reactor, Energy & Fuels, 28, 6407-6418, 2014.08.
78. Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Shinji Kudo, Hyun-Seok Kim, Koyo Norinaga, Koichi Matsuoka, Sou Hosokai, Low Temperature Gasification of Biomass and Lignite: Consideration of Key Thermochemical Phenomena, Rearrangement of Reactions, and Reactor Configuration, Energy & Fuels, 28, 4-21, 2014.01.
79. Shinji Kudo, Yasuyo Hachiyama, Yuka Takashima, Junya Tahara, Saruul Idesh, Koyo Norinaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Catalytic Hydrothermal Reforming of Lignin in Aqueous Alkaline Medium, Energy & Fuels, 27, 76-85, 2014.01.
80. Aska Mori, Shinji Kudo, Mutia Dewi Yuniati, Anggoro Tri Mursito, Shinji Kudo, Koyo Norinaga, Moriyasu Nonaka, Tsuyoshi Hirajima, Hyun-Seok Kim, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Preparation of Coke from Indonesian Lignites by a Sequence of Hydrothermal Treatment, Hot Briquetting, and Carbonization, Energy & Fuels, 27, 6607-6616, 2013.11.
81. Hyun-Seok Kim, Shinji Kudo, Keisuke Tahara, Yasuyo Hachiyama, Hua Yang, Koyo Norinaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Detailed kinetic analysis and modeling of steam reforming of char from Ca-loaded lignite, Energy & Fuels, 27, 6617-6631, 2013.11.
82. Li-xin Zhang, Toru Matsuhara, Shinji Kudo, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Koyo Norinaga, Rapid pyrolysis of brown coal in a drop-tube reactor with co-feeding of char as a promoter of in situ tar reforming, Fuel, 112, 681-686, 2013.10.
83. Shinji Kudo, Zhenwei Zhou, Kento Yamasaki, Koyo Norinaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Sulfonate Ionic Liquid as a Stable and Active Catalyst for Levoglucosenone Production from Saccharides via Catalytic Pyrolysis, Catalysts, 3, 757-773, 2013.09.
84. Li-xin Zhang, Shinji Kudo, Naoto Tsubouchi, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Yasuo Ohtsuka, Koyo Norinaga, Catalytic effects of Na and Ca from inexpensive materials on in-situ steam gasification of char from rapid pyrolysis of low rank coal in a drop-tube reactor, Fuel Processing Technology, 113, 1-7, 2013.09.
85. Saruul Idesh, Shinji Kudo, Koyo Norinaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Catalytic Hydrothermal Reforming of Jatropha Oil in Subcritical Water for the Production of Green Fuels: Characteristics of Reactions over Pt and Ni catalysts, Energy & Fuels, 27, 4796-4803, 2013.08.
86. Hua Yang, Shinji Kudo, Hsiu-Po Kuo, Koyo Norinaga, Aska Mori, Ondrej Masek, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Estimation of Enthalpy of Bio-Oil Vapor and Heat Required for Pyrolysis of Biomass, Energy & Fuels, 27, 2675-2685, 2013.05.
87. Yasuhiro Sakurai, Shuji Yamamoto, Shinji Kudo, Koyo Norinaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Conversion Characteristics of Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Simulated Gaseous Atmospheres in Reducing Section of Two-Stage Entrained- Flow Coal Gasifier in Air- and O2/CO2‐Blown Modes, Energy & Fuels, 27, 1974-1981, 2013.04.
88. Yong Huang, Shinji Kudo, Ondrej Masek, Koyo Norinaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Simultaneous Maximization of the Char Yield and Volatility of Oil from Biomass Pyrolysis, Energy & Fuels, 27, 247-254, 2013.01.
89. Shinji Kudo, Keigo Sugiyama, Koyo Norinaga, Chun-Zhu Li, Tomohiro Akiyama, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Coproduction of clean syngas and iron from woody biomass and natural goethite ore, Fuel, 103, 175-190, 2013.01.
90. Koyo Norinaga, Tetsuya Shoji, Shinji Kudo, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Detailed chemical kinetic modeling of vapour-phase cracking of multi-component molecular mixtures derived from the fast pyrolysis of cellulose, Fuel, 103, 141-150, 2013.01.
91. Shinji Kudo, Koyo Norinaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Applications of Catalysis in the Selective Conversion of Lignocellulosic Biomass by Pyrolysis, Journal of Novel Carbon Resource Sciences, 6, 1-8, 2012.09.
92. Tsukasa Sueyasu, Tomoyuki Oike, Aska Mori, Shinji Kudo, Koyo Norinaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Simultaneous Steam Production of Tar and Steam Gasification of Char from the Pyrolysis of Potassium-Loaded Woody Biomass, Energy & Fuels, 26, 199-208, 2012.01.
93. Aska Mori, Sousuke Kubo, Shinji Kudo, Koyo Norinaga, Tetsuya Kanai, Hideyuki Aoki, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Preparation of High-Strength Coke by Carbonization of Hot-Briquetted Victorian Brown Coal, Energy & Fuels, 26, 296-301, 2012.01.
94. Yong Huang, Shinji Kudo, Koyo Norinaga, Masaki Amaike, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Selective Production of Light Oil by Biomass Pyrolysis with Feedstock-Mediated Recycling of Heavy Oil, Energy & Fuels, 26, 67-74, 2012.01.
95. Saruul Idesh, Shinji Kudo, Koyo Norinaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Catalytic Hydrothermal Reforming of Water-Soluble Organics from the Pyrolysis of Biomass Using a Ni/Carbon Catalyst Impregnated with Pt, Energy & Fuels, 26, 67-74, 2012.01.
96. Shinji Kudo, Taisuke Maki, Takashi Fukuda, Kazuhiro Mae, Pre-Reduction of Au/Iron Oxide Catalyst for Low-Temperature Water-Gas Shift Reaction Below 150 ºC, Catalysts, 1, 175-190, 2011.12.
97. Shinji Kudo, Zhenwei Zhou, Koyo Norinaga, Jun-ichiro Hayashi, Efficient levoglucosenone production by catalytic pyrolysis of cellulose mixed with ionic liquid, Green Chemistry, 13, 3306-3311, 2011.10.
98. Maria Olea, Rawaz Ahmed, AQarib Ullah, Shinji Kudo, Kazuhiro Mae, Theresia Komang Ralebitso-Senior, Simon Hodgson, From biomass to valuable chemicals and fuels, Proceedings of the bioten conference on biomass bioenergy and biofuels 2010, 279-291, 2010.10.
99. Shinji Kudo, Taisuke Maki, Kouichi Miura, Kazuhiro Mae, High porous carbon with Cu/ZnO nanoparticles made by the pyrolysis of carbon material as a catalyst for steam reforming of methanol and dimethyl ether, Carbon, 48, 1186-1195, 2010.04.
100. Shinji Kudo, Taisuke Maki, Masahiro Yamada, Kazuhiro Mae, A new preparation method of Au/ferric oxide catalyst for low temperature CO oxidation, Chemical Engineering Science, 65, 214-219, 2010.01.
101. Shinji Kudo, Taisuke Maki, Hiroyuki Kono, Kzuhiro Mae, Enhancing Reaction Selectivity by Intentional Control of Concentration Profile in Catalytic Microreactor, JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING OF JAPAN, 43, 63-69, 2010.01.
102. Shinji Kudo, Taisuke Maki, Noriyuki Kitao, Kazuhiro Mae, Efficient Hydrogen Production from Methanol by Combining Micro Channel with Carbon Membrane Catalyst Loaded with Cu/Zn, JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING OF JAPAN, 42, 680-686, 2009.09.