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EE, IEE-HCA 2017-05-26
Tokyo The Kikai Shinko Kaikan building Fundamental Study of Energy Storage Devices under the Deviated Conditions from Normal Operations
Hitoshi Naito, Yuki Nakajima, Chisa Yamada, Makoto Kawase (JAXA) EE2017-4
The operating condition of energy storage devices such as rechargeable batteries/cells, primary batteries/cells, and so ... [more] EE2017-4
CPM, EE 2010-02-01
Kyoto   Development of Large Capacity Lithium-ion Cells for Space Applications
Makoto Kawase, Hitoshi Naito, Chisa Yamada, Kohei Takagi, Koichi Kibe (JAXA) EE2009-60 CPM2009-152
The specific advantages of lithium-ion technology in energy density and working voltage offer the possibility of huge re... [more] EE2009-60 CPM2009-152
EE 2009-07-30
Shimane   Evalation Study on COTS Lithium Ion Cells for Small Satellites
Chisa Yamada, Hitoshi Naito, Koichi Kibe (JAXA) EE2009-10
Secondary batteries are set on satellites to provide electricity in shading periods. For batteries working long enough,... [more] EE2009-10
EE 2008-07-24
Hokkaido   Orbital Performance of KAGUYA Batteries for spacecrafts
Chisa Yamada, Hitoshi Naito, Koichi Kibe, Hiroyuki Minamino (JAXA) EE2008-19
"KAGUYA (SELENE)" was launched by the H-IIA Launch Vehicle on September 14, 2007 (JST). To obtain scientific data of th... [more] EE2008-19
CPM, EE 2007-03-02
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg Study on GYT Large-Capacity Lithium-ion Cells for Space Applications
Hitoshi Naito, Chisa Yamada, Go Segami, Koichi Kibe (JAXA) EE2006-66 CPM2006-159
The specific advantages of lithium-ion technology in energy density and working voltage offer the possibility of huge re... [more] EE2006-66 CPM2006-159
EE 2007-01-26
Nagasaki Nagasaki prefectural art museum Development of the balance circuit for the spacecraft
Go Segami, Hiroaki Kusawake, Yasuhiro Shimizu, Hitoshi Naito, Chisa Yamada, Koichi Kibe (JAXA), Hiroshi Sakamoto (Sojo Univ.) EE2006-48
To increase the ratio of the mission equipment at the spacecraft, small-size and lightweight electric power system is ex... [more] EE2006-48
SANE 2006-04-10
Overseas Xidian Univ., Xi'an, China Current Status of Cycle-Life Testing for Large-Capacity Lithium-Ion Cells Simulated Satellite Operation at JAXA
Xianming Wang, Hitoshi Naito, Chisa Yamada, Go Segami, Koichi Kibe (JAXA) SANE2006-11
We are currently conducting cycle-life testing of 10 to 100 Ah lithium-ion cells in simulated satellite operation. Thus ... [more] SANE2006-11
EE, CPM 2006-01-20
Tokyo   Ground and Orbital Performance of OICETS Ni-MH Batteries
Chisa Yamada, Hiroaki Kusawake, Kohei Takagi, Hitoshi Naito, Koichi Kibe (JAXA)
The Optical Inter-orbit Communications Engineering Test Satellite (OICETS or Kirari) was launched on August 24, 2005, by... [more] EE2005-53 CPM2005-177
EE, IEE-IEA 2004-07-23
Hokkaido Hokkaido University Orbital Performance of MDS-1 Ni-MH Battery
Chisa Yamada, Hiroaki Kusawake, Saburo Kuwajima (JAXA)
The Mission Demonstration Test Satellite-1 (MDS-1 or Tsubasa) has 2 batteries, which consist of 32 series of 20 Ah Ni-MH... [more] EE2004-24
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