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IEA ExCo May 20 2010. ・ New HTS application projects ( Japan Science and Technology Agency ) ・ Revised Japan’s road map. O. Tsukamoto (Yokohama Nat’l Univ.) S. Semura (NEDO). Overview of the program for “Strategic Promotion of Innovative Research and Development” (SPIRE).

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IEA ExCo May 20 2010

・ New HTS application projects

(Japan Science and Technology Agency )

・ Revised Japan’s road map

O. Tsukamoto (Yokohama Nat’l Univ.)

S. Semura (NEDO)


Overview of the program for strategic promotion of innovative research and development spire

Overview of the program for “Strategic Promotion of Innovative Research and Development” (SPIRE)

Japan Science and Technology Agency

http://www.jst.go.jp/s-innova/


Why launch the new program
Why Launch the New Program? Innovative Research and Development” (SPIRE)

JST’s Basic Research Programs have produced successful fruits that respond to the needs of society and industry.

These fruits are needed to be brought up to key technology for new industries to trigger innovation and provide benefits from innovation to our society.

Under the promising R&D themes, industry and academia come together and create innovation!

The program for “Strategic Promotion of

Innovative Research and Development”

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Features of new program
Features of New Program Innovative Research and Development” (SPIRE)

Applied Basic ResearchComponents TechnologyApplication Model- Bridging Research-<Industry / Academia>

BasicResearch

ApplicationDevelopmentResearch

 Implementation Manufacturing Technique Cost Down

 Understanding of Essentials Breakthrough

 System Concept HTS Key Technology Components Cryogenics Max. 10 Years

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Theme creation of advanced hts energy and electronics industry
Theme: “ Innovative Research and Development” (SPIRE)Creation of advanced HTS energy and electronics industry”

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Innovative Research and Development” (SPIRE)Strategic Promotion of Innovative R&D in JST」

Development of Advanced HTS SQUID System

for Biological Diagnosis and Non-Destructive Evaluation

K. Enpuku (Kyushu Univ.), A. Kandori (Hitachi),

H. Suzuki (Hitachi Hitech), S. Adachi (ISTEC),

K. Tsukada (Okayama Univ.), S. Tanaka (TUT)

Application for Biological Diagnosis and NDE

NDE

(4) Battery

(5) Water in Grain and

Concrete

Biological Diagnosis

(1) MCG from Cell to Human

(2) Low-Field NMR/MRI

(3) Biosensor for Immunoassay

Highly Sensitive Magnetic

Imaging with HTS-SQUID

Reliable SQUID System

・Tolerance against noise

 ・Operation in Magnetic Filed

Highly Sensitive

Multilayer SQUID

Development of Sensitive and Reliable HTS-SQUID System


Load Innovative Research and Development” (SPIRE)

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35

15

20

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Protein

Bacteria

Cell

DNA

B (pT )

Water in a grain of rice(%)

Application System for Biological Diagnosis and NDE

  • Magneto Cardiograms (MCG)

  • Heart function from cell level to human

(4) NDE of Battery

Electro-chemical reaction

Cultured cell for

heart muscle

Human

HTS-SQUID

Sensing System

Visualization of reaction current

(2) Low-Field NMR/MRI

New function using

mT fields

(5) Evaluation of Water

in Grain and Concrete

Detection using

diamagnetism of water

(3) Biosensor for Immunoassay

Detection of disease related

biological targets

FID signal

NMR spectrum


Social requirement for saving energy and emission control of marine vessels

R&D of Key Hard Technology for SC Ship Propulsion Motor Innovative Research and Development” (SPIRE)

Social requirement for saving energy and emission control of marine vessels

Emission regulation

Saving energy

SOx

NOx

CO2

PM

Severer regulation of IMO(International Maritime Organization)

Low carbon society


Compactness Innovative Research and Development” (SPIRE)

5m

Conventional

Size

Conventional motor

21MW 180ton

(L×W×H=4m×4.4m×5m)

SC

1m

Out put power (MW)

SC motor

25MW 53ton

(L×W×H=2.2m×2.7m×2.7m)

Out put power vs. size


High efficiency and saving energy (20MW) Innovative Research and Development” (SPIRE)

95%

98%

Motor

Gear

99%

000

6%increase

CO2 reduction:1,000ton-C

A

重油

燃料消費率

184g/kW/hr

A

重油

CO2

排出係数

0.7357kg

-

C/L

Fuel cost saving :$ 90M

A

重油

燃料費、比重

70

/kg, 0.85

年間運行時間

6,000hr

Merits of SC motor for ship propulsion

・Large torque

・High efficiency

・Compactness and light weight

Efficiency

Conventional

SC system

SC motor

Merits : per 20MW


R & D status of ship propulsion motors in Japan Innovative Research and Development” (SPIRE)

USA

AMSC(36.5MW)

Kawasaki Heavy Ind.(1MW class)

IHI(400kW)

Tokyo Marine U.(100kW)


R&D of key hard technology for 20MW class SC motor for ship propulsion (2009-2014)

R&D of SC field coils

・Low losses

・Reliable Robust

(YNU, Niigata U. Sopha U. Sumitomo)

R&D of design technology of 20MW class ship propulsion motor

(Kawasaki Heavy Industry)

Cooling system

・Compact cooling system

・Integrated to rotor

( Tokyo marine U.)


Targets of r d of key hard technology for 20mw class sc motor
Targets of R&D of key hard technology for 20MW class SC motor

  • Bi 2223 field coils

    CC model coils

  • Compact cooling system

    integrated to rotor

    ④Design technology of SC motor

Reduction of AC losses

20 MW SC motor for ships


Development of the next-generation NMR technology using HTS materials

Fig.1 The limitation of the current generation NMR technology

Low sensitivity in principle⇒Need of long time for measurements

Pursuit for higher sensitivity⇒SCM has become impractically enormous

History of NMR R&D=History of improving sensitivity

Pursuit for higher magnetic field

9.4⇒23.5 T in the past 30 years

Consequently, SCM has become

larger and more expensive!

Improvement of probe heads

has almost hit the limit of technology

using conventional materials!

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Development of the next-generation NMR technology using HTS materials

Fig.2 The target of R&D: the next-generation NMR using HTS materials

Super high sensitivity probe

Small & high field SCM

Much higher sensitivity!

Much smaller!

HTS tech.

HTS tech.

HTS det. coil

Cooled det. coil

High throughput (X1000 max.)

Popularize the use of NMR

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Innovations of superconducting technology for next-generation railway systems

To achieve the superconducting society in 2050

Purpose

Next-generation railway systems using superconductivity

Principle

A basic research

- DC superconducting transmission cables for railway systems

- Superconducting auxiliary power supply for unelectrified sections

Issues

- Development of 10kA-DC superconducting transmission cables

- Synthesis of railway systems

- Refrigeration system

- Upgrading of HTSC wires

Members

  • M.Tomita (Project Manager) Railway Technical Research Institute

  • - National Institute for Materials

  • Univ. of Tokyo, Kyoto Univ., and Kyusyu Univ.

  • Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd, MAYEKAWA MFG. Co., Ltd.


Process of research and development next-generation railway systems


Superconducting society in 2050 next-generation railway systems


Superconducting technologies
Superconducting Technologies next-generation railway systems

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Deployment scenario energy electric power
Deployment Scenario: Energy & Electric Power next-generation railway systems

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Energy electric power
Energy & Electric Power next-generation railway systems

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Deployment scenario industry transportation
Deployment Scenario: Industry & Transportation next-generation railway systems

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Industry transportation
Industry & Transportation next-generation railway systems

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