Eita Shimoda

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The gelation of aqueous methylcellulose (MC) solutions containing polyethylene glycol (PEG) was studied by the combination of differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) and Raman spectrometry. The gelation of MC hydrogels containing PEG occurred in two-steps. First, the gel network was formed by the hydrophobic interaction between MC and PEG at 310 - 313 K,(More)
By the unbalanced concentration of transmission lines in recent years, the occurrences of multiple facility faults have become a great concern for sub-transmission power systems. In this paper, the problem of multiple facility faults is dealt with quantitatively. We use outage power and outage electric energy as the reliability indices. By the use of these(More)
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