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OFT 2019-01-16
Kagoshima Tanegashima space center, Nishinoomote Civic Hall [Invited Talk] The following 50 years of Tanegashima Space Center
Makoto Kawase (JAXA)
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
EE, CPM 2014-02-27
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Cycle Life Evaluation for Lithium Ion Cells for Space Application
Hitoshi Naito, Makoto Kawase, Tetsuya Ojima, Hiroaki Kusawake (JAXA) EE2013-53 CPM2013-154
The specific advantages of lithium-ion technology in energy density and working voltage offer the possibility of huge re... [more] EE2013-53 CPM2013-154
SANE 2013-06-21
Ibaraki Tsukuba Space Center, JAXA Current Status of Development for Lithium-ion Cell Applied to Spacecraft
Makoto Kawase, Hitoshi Naito, Tetsuya Ojima, Hiroaki Kusawake (JAXA) SANE2013-26
Rechargeable batteries are used as energy storage devices in spacecraft. The specific advantages of lithium-ion battery ... [more] SANE2013-26
CPM, EE 2012-02-10
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg Fundamental study of lithium-ion cell using ionic liquid as electrolyte
Kei Nisihkawa, Tetsuya Ojima, Makoto Kawase, Hitoshi Naito (JAXA) EE2011-53 CPM2011-169
Li-ion battery is in practical use as the power storage device in the space vehicles, especially in satellites. A space... [more] EE2011-53 CPM2011-169
EE, IEE-SPC 2011-07-29
Hokkaido   Development of High Performance Large-sized Lithium-ion Cells for Space Application
Makoto Kawase, Hitoshi Naito (JAXA), Hiroaki Yoshida, Masazumi Segawa (GYT) EE2011-15
The specific advantages of lithium-ion battery in energy density and working voltage offer the possibility of huge reduc... [more] EE2011-15
EE, IEE-SPC 2011-07-29
Hokkaido   Fundamental study of PEFC operation methodology in space
Hitoshi Naito, Makoto Kawase (JAXA) EE2011-16
A fuel cell (FC) /regenerative fuel cell (RFC) is one of the energy storage and supply system for space systems. We have... [more] EE2011-16
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 2010-01-22
Fukuoka   Study of Energy Storage Devices for Space Applications
Hitoshi Naito, Makoto Kawase, Takeshi Hoshino (JAXA) EE2009-51
The research and development of Space Activity such as the moon exploration etc. has been emphasized recently. The durat... [more] EE2009-51
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