Profile

AIZAWA Tetsuya

Associate Professor, School of Science and Technology,
Meiji University

SDGs theme

Research fields:
Specializes in mechanical engineering, in the fields of thermofluids and energy, carrying out cutting-edge optical measurement of the combustion process inside engines

Research themes:
Elucidating the phenomena found in the process of soot particle formation and oxidation within flames and in engine combustion, using methods including laser spectrometry and imaging, and electron microscopy
[Keywords] Engine combustion, laser measurement, electron microscopy

Main books and papers:
◆"Thermocouple Temperature Measurements in Diesel Spray Flame for Validation of In-flame Soot Formation Dynamics" International Journal of Engine Research, v.17, n.9, 2016
◆"Transmission Electron Microscopy of Soot Particles Directly Sampled in Diesel Spray Flame – A Comparison between US#2 and Biodiesel Soot", SAE International Journal of Fuels and Lubricants, v.5, n.2, 2012