YOSHIDA Satoshi

Organization

Faculty of Urban Innovation, Department of Urban Innovation

Date of Birth

1972

Research Fields, Keywords

Building and Urban Environmental Engineering, Building and Community Energy Planning

Mail Address

E-mail address

Homepage URL

http://www.arc-ynu.jp/



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The Best Research Acheivement as Researcher Life 【 display / non-display

  • 【Book】 ENERGY EVALUATION OF THE WIDE AREA HEAT SUPPLY SYSTEM WITH COMBINED HEAT AND POWER PLANT IN JAPAN  2000.03

    【Book】 The analysis of the causes of underground warming using numerical simulation  2016.01

Graduating School 【 display / non-display

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    1995.03

    Yokohama National University   Faculty of Engineering   Department of Architecture   Graduated

Graduate School 【 display / non-display

  • 1997.04
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    2000.03

    Yokohama National University  Graduate School, Division of Engineering  Doctor Course  Completed

External Career 【 display / non-display

  • 2015.04
     
     

      Lecturer  

Field of expertise (Grants-in-aid for Scientific Research classification) 【 display / non-display

  • Architectural environment/Equipment

  • Town planning/Architectural planning

 

Research Career 【 display / non-display

  • Study about an area energy system for area function continuation at the time of an accident

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  • Inspection of the actual practical use performance of the hot water system for business use and study about energy saving

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  • Study on the energy consumption unit of the buildings

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  • Study on Introduction of the Wide Area District Heating and Cooling Network system in Japan

    Cooperative Research  

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Books 【 display / non-display

  • Report on the Damage Investigation of the 1999 Kocaeli Earthquake in Turkey

    Toshimi Kabeyazawa, et all (Part: Joint Work )

    Architectuter Institute of Japan, Japan Society of Civil Engineering, The Japanese Geotechnical Society  2001.09

Papers 【 display / non-display

  • ANALYSIS OF INFLUENCE OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON DEMAND AND SYSTEM OF HEATING AND COOLING PREDICTED BY d4PDF:A case of Minatomirai 21 DHC Area in Yokohama

    KIM Kangmin, ITO Shunsuke, YOSHIDA Satoshi, SADOHARA Satoru

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ) ( Architectural Institute of Japan )  84 ( 755 )   83 - 91   2019.01  [Refereed]

    Joint Work

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    &nbsp;In recent years after IPCC Fifth Assessment Report, strategies of not only mitigation but also adaptation are being focused for responding to climate change. The report has predicted that the average temperature would be rise by up to 4.8 &deg;C from now by the end of the 21st century if the current level of Greenhouse gas emission is continued. To prepare global warming, recent studies have estimated the impact of climate change on heating and cooling energy by utilizing future meteorological data.<br>&nbsp;In this context, Japanese government has recently published a database called &ldquo;Database for Policy Decision-Making for Future Climate Change&rdquo; (hereafter d4PDF) to be used researches for impact assessment studies and adaptation planning for global warming. building and urban energy sectors of Japan should utilize these weather prediction data to examine the impact of climate change and prepare adaptation strategies.<br>&nbsp;Therefore, this study aims to predict heating and cooling demand after a mean temperature increase of 4&deg;C (hereafter 4&deg;C-rise temperature) and analyze its effect on heating and cooling system by estimating system COP, total and peak energy demand, and amount of discharged heat and cooling tower makeup water with the d4PDF data. This study is based on the steam demand and the chilled water demand in Minatomirai 21 Area (hereafter MM21 Area) to reflect conditions of actual heating and cooling system.<br>&nbsp;To do this, this study conducted three steps: derivation of regression analysis equations, prediction of heating and cooling demand, and examination of influence on heating and cooling system.<br>&nbsp;The first step derived regression analysis equations between mean temperatures and the steam and chilled water demands in MM21 Area of 2014. The regression analysis equations are to predict the heating and cooling demand after 4&deg;C-rise temperature.<br>&nbsp;The second step estimated the fluctuation range of heating and cooling demand after 4&deg;C Global warming of d4PDF. Compared with the average year, the steam demand decreases to 70.7% to 77.2% and the chilled water demand increases to 147.9% to 163.4%. In the weather of the top 5% of 4&deg;C-rise temperature, the chilled water demand in August goes up 169.5% compared with the average year. The full load equivalent hour of steam and chilled water becomes 99.1% to 105.2% and 106.7% to 115.1% respectively, compared to the average year.<br>&nbsp;The third step examined the influence on the heating and cooling system of MM21 Area. The electric power consumption rises to 140.5% to 152.5% and the gas consumption is the similar level of the average year, 98.8% to 100.8%. Therefore, the annual primary energy consumption grows to 114.8% to 122.0% compared the average year. COP stays on the similar level of the average year and CO2 emission increases by 5.0% to 6.9% more than the average year<br>&nbsp;In the weather, the top 5% of 4&deg;C-rise temperature in August, the daily primary energy consumption rises to 162.0% compared the average year. Because of the increased cooling demand, the annual discharged heat and the annual cooling tower makeup water grow to 156.9% to 172.6%, compared with the average year. the peak of discharged heat is calculated at 165.3%.

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  • Study on introduction of cogeneration system in the fishery processing complex

    Hidehiro Yokota, Satoru Sadohara, Satoshi Yoshida

    14th International Symposium of Asia Institute of Urban Environment ( Asia Institute of Urban Environment )    439 - 444   2017.11

    Joint Work

  • Study on Electricity Supply in Disaster in Fishery city

    Yokota Hidehiro, Sadohara Satoru, Yoshida Satoshi

    Journal of Social Safety Science ( Institute of Social Safety Science )  31 ( 0 )   1 - 10   2017

    Joint Work

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    <p>In this study, in order to continuously supply electricity and steam to fishery related industries in a disaster, and to supply electricity to important facilities in the area, LNG satellite supply, Co-generation system (CGS) and photovoltaic power generation system are premised, and we grasped the energy consumption of main 13 fisheries cities. As a result, it was found that CGS can be introduced in many fisheries cities, and electric power can be supplied to important facilities in the area in disaster, and the amount of electricity supply was quantitatively obtained. Therefore, this system is found to be effective, for continuous energy supply in disaster.</p><p></p>

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  • Energy Consumption Analysis for Management on YNU Campus

    Kangmin Kim, Satoshi Yoshida, Satoru Sadohara

    Journal of Asian Urban Environment Annual 2016 ( Asia Institute of Urban Environment )    2016.10

    Joint Work

  • The analysis of the causes of underground warming using numerical simulation

    Seongmin YEUN, Makoto KAWASE, Akihito OZAKI, Yuichi SATO, Satoshi YOSHIDA, Satoru SADOHARA

    Prceedins of the2nd Asia Conference of International Building Performance Simuration Association, ASIM ( ASIM )  2014   786 - 793   2014.11  [Refereed]

    Joint Work

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Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research 【 display / non-display

  • Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(C)

    Project Year: 2017.04  -  2020.03 

  • Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists(B)

    Project Year: 2011.04  -  2014.03 

Presentations 【 display / non-display

  • Case study on the effects of smart energy community construction at Kanazawa seaside district in Yokohama

    World Renewable Energy Congress 2011, Sweden  2011.05  

  • Analysis on Effects of Energy Interchange System among Buildings

    Renewable Energy 2010, Yokohama Japan  2010.07