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Suzuki, Yukihisa

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  • Biographical information

    • Native prefecture: Hyogo
    • 2001: Received the Ph. D degrees in nuclear engineering from Osaka University, Osaka, Japan.
    • 2001: Research Associate (Tokyo Metropolitan University).
    • Research interests: bioelectromagnetics, simulation science and plasma physics.
    • Member of the IEICE, IEE Japan, the Physical Society of Japan (JPS) , Institute of Physics (IoP) and the Japan Society of Plasma Science and Nuclear Fusion Research (JSPF)
    Specialized line
    picDevelopment of real-time 3D imaging technique in temperature profile and its application
    picApplication of CIP scheme to computational electro magnetic field analysis

    Real-time 3D imaging technique in measuring temperature profile is developed with micro-capsulated thermo-chromic liquid crystal. This new method has advantage of nondestructive and noninvasive way in temperature measurement inside of materials. We apply this method for dosimetry for biological body exposed to high frequency electromagnetic field, assessment of reliability for insulating materials under the irradiation of high energy charged particles in the space environment, and so on.

    New computational technique to analyze electro magnetic filed based on Cubic-Interpolated Propagation (CIP) scheme is investigated. CIP method has nature of good flux conservation as one of flux-corrected transport scheme, and does not required explicit absorption boundary condition (ABC). In this study, Maxwell equations are formulated into multi dimensional CIP scheme. CIP scheme for electro magnetic field indicate good performance rather than finite difference time-domain (FDTD) scheme on conservation of waveform and reduction of calculation costs caused by ABC.


    Major presented paper
    pic Y. Suzuki, M. Baba, M. Taki, K. Fukunaga, and S. Watanabe,"Imaging the 3D Temperature Distributions Caused by Exposure of Dielectric Phantoms to High-Frequency Electromagnetic Fields", IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electric Insulation, Vol. 13, pp.744-750, 2006
    pic T. Sonoda, R. Tokunaga, K. Seto, Y. Suzuki, K. Wake, S. Watanabe, M. Taki, "Electromagnetic and thermal dosimetry of a cylindrical waveguide-type in vitro exposure apparatus", IEICE Trans. Commun., vol.E88, pp.3294-3299, 200
    pic S. Koyama, Y. Isozumi, Y. Suzuki, M. Taki, and J. Miyakoshi, "Effects of 2.45-GHz Electromagnetic Fields with Wide Range of SARs on Micronucleus Formation in CHO-K1 Cells", The Scientific Wold JOURNAL Vol. 4, pp.29-40, 2004
    pic Y. Suzuki, S. Okada, and S. Goto, "Modification of the magnetic field structure in the vicinity of the x-point by the strong mirror field for a field-reversed configuration (FRC) with the thick edge-layer plasma", Journal of Plasma Fusion and Research SERIES, Vol. 5, pp.413-417, 2003
    pic M. Taki, Y. Suzuki, and K. Wake, "ELF Dosimetry Considerations in the Head and Retina", Radiation Protection Dosimetry, Vol. 106, pp.349-356, 2003
    pic Y. Suzuki, S. Okada, and S. Goto, "Two-dimensional numerical equilibria of field-reversed configuration in the strong mirror field", Physics of plasmas, Vol.7, pp.4062-4069, 2000
    pic T. Asai, Y. Suzuki, T. Yoneda, F. Kodera, M. Okubo, S. Okada, and S. Goto," Experimental evidence of improved confinement in a high-beta field-reversed configuration plasma by neutral beam injection", Physics of plasmas, Vol.7, pp.2294-2297, 2000
    pic T. Kanki, Y. Suzuki, S. Okada, and S. Goto,"Numerical simulation of magnetic compression on a field-reversed configuration plasma", Physics of plasmas, Vol.6, pp.4672-4678, 1999
    pic Y. Suzuki, S. Okada, and S. Goto,"Analysis of averaged beta value in two dimensional equilibria of a field-reversed configuration with end mirror fields", Journal of Plasma Fusion and Research SERIES, Vol. 5, pp.218-221, 1999

    Electrical and Electronic Engineering Laboratory I
    Electrical and Electronic Engineering Laboratory II