Shigeru Koyama 
Shigeru Koyama 
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Waste heat driven dual-mode, multi-stage, multi-bed regenerative adsorption system
BB Saha, S Koyama, T Kashiwagi, A Akisawa, KC Ng, HT Chua
International Journal of Refrigeration 26 (7), 749-757, 2003
2632003
A new generation cooling device employing CaCl2-in-silica gel–water system
BB Saha, A Chakraborty, S Koyama, YI Aristov
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 52 (1-2), 516-524, 2009
2212009
An experimental study on condensation of refrigerant R134a in a multi-port extruded tube
S Koyama, K Kuwahara, K Nakashita, K Yamamoto
International Journal of Refrigeration 26 (4), 425-432, 2003
2132003
Performance evaluation of a low-temperature waste heat driven multi-bed adsorption chiller
BB Saha, S Koyama, JB Lee, K Kuwahara, KCA Alam, Y Hamamoto, ...
International Journal of Multiphase Flow 29 (8), 1249-1263, 2003
1712003
Low GWP refrigerants R1234ze (E) and R1234ze (Z) for high temperature heat pumps
S Fukuda, C Kondou, N Takata, S Koyama
International journal of Refrigeration 40, 161-173, 2014
1512014
Study on an activated carbon fiber–ethanol adsorption chiller: Part I–system description and modelling
BB Saha, II El-Sharkawy, A Chakraborty, S Koyama
International Journal of Refrigeration 30 (1), 86-95, 2007
1462007
Experimental investigation of activated carbon fibers/ethanol pairs for adsorption cooling system application
II El-Sharkawy, K Kuwahara, BB Saha, S Koyama, KC Ng
Applied Thermal Engineering 26 (8-9), 859-865, 2006
1462006
Experimental investigation on activated carbon–ethanol pair for solar powered adsorption cooling applications
II El-Sharkawy, BB Saha, S Koyama, J He, KC Ng, C Yap
International journal of refrigeration 31 (8), 1407-1413, 2008
1422008
MR imaging of acute biliary disorders
Y Watanabe, M Nagayama, A Okumura, Y Amoh, T Katsube, T Suga, ...
Radiographics 27 (2), 477-495, 2007
1422007
An overview of solid desiccant dehumidification and air conditioning systems
M Sultan, II El-Sharkawy, T Miyazaki, BB Saha, S Koyama
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 46, 16-29, 2015
1412015
Operational strategy of adsorption desalination systems
K Thu, KC Ng, BB Saha, A Chakraborty, S Koyama
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 52 (7-8), 1811-1816, 2009
1362009
An experimental study of flow and heat transfer of supercritical carbon dioxide in multi-port mini channels under cooling conditions
XL Huai, S Koyama, TS Zhao
Chemical Engineering Science 60 (12), 3337-3345, 2005
1212005
Carbon dioxide adsorption isotherms on activated carbons
BB Saha, S Jribi, S Koyama, II El-Sharkawy
Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data 56 (5), 1974-1981, 2011
1202011
On the thermodynamic modeling of the isosteric heat of adsorption and comparison with experiments
A Chakraborty, BB Saha, S Koyama, KC Ng
Applied physics letters 89 (17), 171901, 2006
1152006
Condensation heat transfer of pure refrigerants in microfin tubes
J Yu, S Koyama
1111998
Study on adsorption of methanol onto carbon based adsorbents
II El-Sharkawy, M Hassan, BB Saha, S Koyama, MM Nasr
international journal of refrigeration 32 (7), 1579-1586, 2009
1052009
Condensation of refrigerant in a multi-port channel
S Koyama, K Kuwahara, K Nakashita
International Conference on Nanochannels, Microchannels, and Minichannels …, 2003
1012003
Overview of the Maisotsenko cycle–A way towards dew point evaporative cooling
MH Mahmood, M Sultan, T Miyazaki, S Koyama, VS Maisotsenko
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 66, 537-555, 2016
992016
Study on an activated carbon fiber–ethanol adsorption chiller: Part II–performance evaluation
BB Saha, II El-Sharkawy, A Chakraborty, S Koyama
International journal of refrigeration 30 (1), 96-102, 2007
962007
Experimental study on performance improvement of a four-bed adsorption chiller by using heat and mass recovery
KC Ng, X Wang, YS Lim, BB Saha, A Chakarborty, S Koyama, A Akisawa, ...
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer 49 (19-20), 3343-3348, 2006
912006
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