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Engineer

Hideharu Yanagi, Japanese engineer. Achievements include the development of absorption cooling systems; the development of high reliable cooling systems for superconducting generations.

Background

Yanagi, Hideharu was born on March 16, 1943 in Tokyo, Japan. Son of Hideo and Kimiko Yanagi.

Education

Bachelor, Tokyo Denki University, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy, Tokyo University, 1982.

Career

Associate professor cryogenic center Tokyo University, 1966-1975, associate professor Nuclear Engineering Research Laboratory Tokai-Mura, Japan, 1975-1988. Senior engineer Mayekawa Manufacturing. Company Ltd. Advanced Technology Laboratory, Moriya-City, Japan, since 1988.

Invited Researcher Kernforschung Zentrum Karlsruhe (KFK), Germany, 1987-1988.

Achievements

  • Achievements include the development of absorption cooling systems. The development of high reliable cooling systems for superconducting generations.

Membership

Member American Society of Mechanical Engineers International, Engineering Development Association Japan, Engineering Association Superconducting Generation Equipment and Materials Japan, Solar Systems Development Association, International Energy Agency Solar Heating and Cooling Program, Cryogenic Engineering Association, Atomic Energy Society Japan.

Connections

3 children.

father:
Hideo Yanagi

mother:
Kimiko Yanagi