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Online Online A Glass Breaking Sound Detection Method for Security Systems using SVM
Yuhei Mazaki, Susumu Kuroyanagi (NIT) NC2021-48
In this study, a sound-based security system which detect glass breaking sound made by burglars are proposed. In the pre... [more] NC2021-48
R, EMD 2022-02-10
Online Online Investigation by numerical simulation of flow velocity of air blowing to electrical contact gap and its effect on break arcs
Takashige Okuno, Junya Sekikawa (Shizuoka Univ.) R2021-45 EMD2021-13
In the interruption of DC high voltage circuits, it is desirable to extinguish the arc at the opening of the contacts in... [more] R2021-45 EMD2021-13
R, EMD 2022-02-10
Online Online Break arcs magnetically blown-out in a 48VDC/300A resistive circuit at constant opening speeds
Haruko Yazaki, Junya Sekikawa (Shizuoka Univ.) R2021-46 EMD2021-14
Dependences of arc length just before extinction L and contact gap at arc extinction d on contact opening speed v are st... [more] R2021-46 EMD2021-14
EMD 2020-03-06
Chiba CHIBA Institute of Technology Tsudanuma Campus
(Cancelled but technical report was issued)
Influence of Magnetic Flux Density and Breaking Speed on Magnetic Blowout of DC Arc Discharge
Hiroki Yamauchi, Hayato Watanabe, Koichiro Sawa, Kiyoshi Yoshida (NIT) EMD2019-71
The arc duration time ta and the arc energy Ea when a magnetic flux was applied to the electrical contact were measured.... [more] EMD2019-71
EMD, R 2020-02-14
Shizuoka   Observations of break arc behaviors of AgSnO2 contacts in a DC inductive load under application of an external magnetic field
Makoto Hasegawa, Seika Tokumitsu (Chitose Inst. of Science & Technology) R2019-56 EMD2019-56
When AgSnO2 contacts were operated to break an inductive DC load circuit up to 20V-17A with an applied external magnetic... [more] R2019-56 EMD2019-56
EMD 2020-01-17
Kanagawa Rental hall Shonan Hiratsuka Arc movement observation of DC inductive break arcs of AgSnO2 contacts up to 20V-17A under external magnetic field application
Makoto Hasegawa, Seika Tokumitsu (Chitose Inst. of Sci.&Tech.) EMD2019-51
AgSnO2 contacts were operated to break an inductive DC load circuit of 14V-7A, 14V-12A, 20V-7A, or 20V-17A with an appli... [more] EMD2019-51
EMD 2019-12-13
Tokyo   Dependence of arc length just before arc extinction on magnetic flux density when break arcs are blown-out in a 48VDC/50A-200A resistive circuit
Kenshi Hamamoto, Junya Sekikawa (Shizuoka Univ.) EMD2019-43
Break arcs were generated in a 48VDC resistive circuit and blown-out by transverse magnetic field. Circuit current when ... [more] EMD2019-43
EMD 2019-12-13
Tokyo   Arc energy calculation in re-striking phenomena in break operations of AgSnO2 contacts in inductive DC load conditions up to 20V-17A
Makoto Hasegawa, Seika Tokumitsu (Chitose Inst. of Sci.&Tech.) EMD2019-47
AgSnO2 contacts were operated to break an inductive DC load circuit of 14V-7A, 14V-12A, 20V-7A, or 20V-17A with an appli... [more] EMD2019-47
AI 2019-07-22
Hokkaido   Predicting Issue Weights and Detecting Breakdowns in Negotiation Dialogue
Atsuki Yamaguchi (TUAT), Kosui Iwasa (DeNA), Katsuhide Fujita (TUAT) AI2019-9
In this paper, we tackle on two tasks in the research of negotiation dialogue: 1) estimation of issue weights and detec... [more] AI2019-9
EMD 2019-03-01
Tokyo   A study in influences of external magnetic field on break arc characteristics of AgSnO2 contacts in a DC inductive load circuit up to 20V-17A up to 20V-17A
Seika Tokumitsu, Makoto Hasegawa (Chitose Inst. of Science & Technology) EMD2018-59
For the purpose of investigating influences of application of an external magnetic field on shortenings of break arc dur... [more] EMD2018-59
EMD 2019-01-18
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. kV-kA class Hybrid DC Circuit Breaker using SiC-MOSFET
Shoya Kubo, Shunsuke Sato, Shungo Zen, Koichi Yasuoka (Tokyo Tech) EMD2018-50
A hybrid circuit breaker consisted of power semiconductor devices and varistor connected in parallel with an electrical ... [more] EMD2018-50
EMD 2019-01-18
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Influences of contact opening speeds and external magnetic field on shortening of break arc durations of AgSnO2 contacts in a DC inductive load circuit up to 20V-17A
Seika Tokumitsu, Makoto Hasegawa (Chitose Inst. of Science & Technology) EMD2018-52
In a DC inductive (L=5.7mH) load circuit, a AgSnO2 contact pair with applied external magnetic field of about 120mT was ... [more] EMD2018-52
Hiroshima ICCH Ran [Invited Talk] Physics of Quantum-to-Classical Crossover and Quantum Neural Network
Yoshihisa Yamamoto (JST/Stanford Univ.)
This paper will discuss the novel quantum computing model, dissipative quantum computation, and the physical implementat... [more]
EMD 2018-05-18
Hokkaido Muroran Institute of Technology Analysis of time evolution of length of break arcs occurring in a 48VDC/150A resistive circuit
Kenshi Hamamoto, Junya Sekikawa (Shizuoka Univ.) EMD2018-6
Silver electrical contacts are separated using a high-speed contact opening device to generate break arcs in a DC resist... [more] EMD2018-6
EMD 2018-03-02
Saitama Nippon Institute of Technology Influence of Magnetic Flux Density on Blow-out Behavior of DC High Voltage Arc
Tsubasa Umezawa, Toshiya Morita, Koichiro Sawa, Kiyoshi Yoshida (NIT) EMD2017-59
Solar power generation and electric vehicles (EV) that use high current with high DC voltage are increasing. The role o... [more] EMD2017-59
EMD, R 2018-02-16
Mie Sumitomo Wiring Systems Simultaneous Observation of Break Arcs from Two Directions by High Speed Cameras when a 48VDC/270A resistive circuit is interrupted
Ryuichi Takano, Junya Sekikawa (Shizuoka Univ.) R2017-64 EMD2017-56
Break arcs are occurred by using an experimental equipment for breaking a 48VDC/270A high-current circuit and photograph... [more] R2017-64 EMD2017-56
EMCJ, EMD 2017-07-21
Tokyo Kikai-Shinko-Kaikan Bldg. Circuit simulation of a Hybrid DC Circuit Breaker consisted of electric contacts and Semiconductor switch
Kyotaro Nakayama, Shungo Zen, Koichi Yasuoka (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.) EMCJ2017-25 EMD2017-13
Recently, a hybrid DC circuit breaker consisted of metal contacts, semiconductor devices and a varistor is intensely stu... [more] EMCJ2017-25 EMD2017-13
HCS, HIP, HI-SIGCE [detail] 2017-05-17
Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Research of Inducing Consideration by Using Contingency and Goal-Directedness in Human Agent Interaction
Shunya Ueno, Yoshimasa Ohmoto, Toyoaki Nishida (Kyoto Univ) HCS2017-41 HIP2017-41
It is difficult for people to create relationship with agent in which they interact smoothly because people have difficu... [more] HCS2017-41 HIP2017-41
EMD 2017-03-03
Chiba   Influence of Contact Materials and Opening velocity in DC High Voltage Arc
Keisuke Kojima, Hidekazu Hirasawa, Koichiro Sawa, Kiyoshi Yoshida (NIT) EMD2016-100
Recently, applications using DC high voltage and large current such as photovoltaic power generation and electric vehicl... [more] EMD2016-100
EMD, R 2017-02-17
Shiga Omuron Kusatsu Factory DC300 V-150 A arcless current interruption by using arcless hybrid DC circuit breaker
Tatsuya Hayakawa, Kyotaro Nakayama, Shungo Zen, Koichi Yasuoka (Titech) R2016-69 EMD2016-96
(To be available after the conference date) [more] R2016-69 EMD2016-96
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