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Gokon Nobuyuki

ゴウコン ノブユキ | Gokon Nobuyuki
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Associate Professor
Homepage URL  (2): https://scholar.google.co.jp/citations?user=zHO5yRAAAAAJ&hl=jahttps://scholar.google.co.jp/citations?user=zHO5yRAAAAAJ&hl=ja
Research field  (8): Catalytic processes and resource chemistry ,  Energy chemistry ,  Earth resource engineering, energy science ,  Metals and resources production ,  Inorganic materials ,  Metallic materials ,  Biomaterials ,  Biomedical engineering
Research keywords  (8): Biomass gasification by solar radiation ,  Thermochemical heat storage at high temperature for cencentrated solar power ,  Latent heat storage at high temperature for cencentrated solar power ,  Thermochemical two-step water splitting for hydrogen production ,  Medical Organism Engineering and Material Science of Organism. Inorganic compounds. Metallic materials in general ,  Metal oxide for use in solar thermochemical heat storage ,  Metallic alloy for use in solar latent heat storage ,  Thermochemical two-step CO2 splitting
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (1):
  • 2016 - 2019 高熱伝導性蓄熱体を備えたソーラー天然ガス改質反応システムの開発
Papers (200):
  • Nobuyuki Gokon, Chew Shun Jie, Yuya Nakano, Tatsuya Kodama, Selvan Bellan, Hyun seok Cho. Thermal charge/discharge performance of iron-germanium alloys as phase change materials for solar latent heat storage at high temperatures. Journal of Energy Storage. 2020. 30. 101420-1-101420-18
  • Nobuyuki Gokon, Kazuki Hara, Yuta Sugiyama, Selvan Bellan, Tatsuya Kodama, Cho Hyun-seok. Thermochemical two-step water splitting cycle using perovskite oxides based on LaSrMnO3 redox system for solar H2 production. Thermochimica Acta. 2019. 680. 178374-1-178374-13
  • Selvan Bellan, Tatsuya Kodama, Koji Matsubara, Nobuyuki Gokon, Hyun Seok Cho, Kousuke Inoue. Heat transfer and particulate flow analysis of a 30 kW directly irradiated solar fluidized bed reactor for thermochemical cycling. Chemical Engineering Science. 2019. 203. 511-525
  • Nobuyuki Gokon, Takehiro Yawata, Selvan Bellan, Tatsuya Kodama, Hyun-Seok Cho. Thermochemical behavior of perovskite oxides based on LaxSr1-x(Mn, Fe, Co)O3-δ and BaySr1-yCoO3-δ redox system for thermochemical energy storage at high temperatures. Energy. 2019. 171. 971-980
  • Nobuyuki Gokon, Satoshi Kumaki, Yosuke Miyaguchi, Selvan Bellan, Tatsuya Kodam, Hyunseok Cho. Development of a 5kWth internally circulating fluidized bed reactor containing quartz sand for continuously-fed coal-coke gasification and a beam-down solar concentrating system. Energy. 2019. 166. 1-16
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MISC (1):
  • Nobuyuki Gokon, Kosuke Nishio, Morihito Ikeda, Hiroki Narimatsu, Yasuo Izumi, Hiroshi Handa. Local structure of sulfur in organic molecules immobilized on ferrite nanoparticles. Photon Factory Activity Report 2003. 2004. 21B. 224-224
Books (2):
  • Hydrogen energy system using ammonia
    2015 ISBN:9784781310732
  • Development & Applications of Hydrogen Energy
    2014 ISBN:9784781309750
Lectures and oral presentations  (7):
  • EXPERIMENTAL AND NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF MELTING PROCESS OF PHASE CHANGE MATERIAL FOR LATENT HEAT STORAGE SYSTEM DESIGN IN CONCENTRATED SOLAR POWER
    (3rd Japanese-German Workshop on Renewable Energies 2018)
  • 潜熱・化学蓄熱関連研究の概要-SolarPACES2014-2016における研究動向-
    (内閣府・戦略的イノベーション創造プログラム(SIP)における高温集熱グループ研究会 2017)
  • 潜熱・化学蓄熱関連研究の概要-SolarPACES2017における研究動向-
    (集光型太陽熱技術研究会 2017)
  • 潜熱・化学蓄熱関連研究の概要-SolarPACES2016における研究動向-
    (集光型太陽熱技術研究会 2016)
  • R&D ACTIVITIES on CSP and solar chemistry in Japan
    (International Green Energy Business Conference 2015)
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Education (2):
  • 1997 - 2000 Tokyo Institute of Technology Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Materials Science and Engineering
  • 1995 - 1997 Tokyo Institute of Technology Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering
Professional career (1):
  • Doctor of Engineering (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
Association Membership(s) (1):
THE JAPAN INSTITUTE OF ENERGY
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