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Industry-Academia-Government Collaboration

Trinity driving forces by Education, Research and Innovation
Technology Domain

Government Funded Projects (47 projects at 2014)

Government Funded Projects (47 projects at 2014) 02
Government Funded Projects (47 projects at 2014) 01
Government Funded Projects (47 projects at 2014) 03
  • Safe Driving Support Systems project
  • Energy Management House Project
  • High Efficient Motor development project
  • Micro Bubble Injection and Ablation project
  • and more

Industry-Academia Collaboration (196 projects at 2014)

  • A Deepwater Exploration Shuttle Vehicle “Edokko No.1”
  • Separating foreign objects from dry vegetables
  • and more
Industry-Academia Collaboration (196 projects at 2014) 01
Industry-Academia Collaboration (196 projects at 2014) 02
Industry-Academia Collaboration (196 projects at 2014) 03
Industry-Academia Collaboration (196 projects at 2014) 04

Deepwater Exploration Shuttle Vehicle “Edokko No.1”

  • 4 small private companies, 2 Colleges, 1 bank, 1 public lab
  • 8,000m under the ocean
  • 3D video Shooting at Deepwater
Deepwater Exploration Shuttle Vehicle “Edocco 1st” 01
Deepwater Exploration Shuttle Vehicle “Edocco 1st” 02
Deepwater Exploration Shuttle Vehicle “Edocco 1st” 03

The Project of Renovation for Tokyo Bay Area

- Reactivating wood processing industry by utilizing and marketing lumber for the infill of apartment houses -

Renovation of an old apartment by collaboration with wood  distributors
Renovation of an old apartment by collaboration with wood distributors
Senior people live in old apt.
Senior people live in old apt.

Separation of foreign objects from Dehydrated Vegetables

Rotary Type Electrostatic Separator
Rotary Type Electrostatic Separator
Process & Mechanism
Process & Mechanism

Some contaminants are so small that it is hard

  • to find them with the naked eyes,
  • to sift them through foods by hands,
  • to remove them thoroughly by conventional separators.

Process & Mechanism

  1. Prior to separation, particles to be separated become negatively charged using the charging device. In the drum, particles are attracted toward the inside of the drum.
  2. Vegetables are so heavy that they fall from the inclined drum.
  3. Foreign objects are so light that they rise together with the rotating drum and are collected by the suction device.

Contact

Research and Development Office

3-7-5 Toyosu, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-8548, Japan (3F Research Building Toyosu campus)
TEL:+81-(0)3-5859-7180/FAX:+81-(0)3-5859-7181
E-mail:sangaku@ow.shibaura-it.ac.jp