Combustion Engineering Laboratory

Understanding combustion dynamics to reduce damage from explosions and to improve combustion methods

Many flammable substances can be used effectively as sources of energy if they are treated appropriately as fuel, while mishandling them can cause explosions or fires—in both cases the substance is burning. Our laboratory is trying to understand combustion mechanisms more deeply to create better combustion methods and technologies that will reduce the damage caused by flammable gas explosions.
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College of Engineering
Engineering Science and Mechanics
Faculty Name
Hiroyasu Saito
Academic Society
Combustion Society of Japan
The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers
ILASS-Japan
Japan Association for Fire Science and Engineering
Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan, Inc.
The Heat Transfer Society of Japan
Keyword
Combustion, Explosion safety, Atomization, Laser-induced plasmas, Treatment of exhaust

Study Fields

Combustion engineering, Thermal engineering, Fluid mechanics, Energy engineering

For Society

We are trying to develop a system to reduce damage caused by flammable gas explosions and to create combustion technologies that generate cleaner engine exhaust.

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