Schedule and Program ISEM 2014 (ISEM2014)

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Date Time Main Room
(The grand garden)
Room 1
(The grand beach)
Room 2
November 11
15:00~16:30 Registration    
17:00~19:00 Welcome Party  
Date Time Main Room
(The grand garden)
Room 1
(The grand beach)
Room 2
November 12
9:00~10:00 Opening Address    
10:00~10:30 Coffee Break    
10:30~11:30 Plenary Lecture 1    
11:30~12:30   Lunch  
13:00~14:30 Poster Session 1
  Session 1 :
 Blast Wave
Session 2 :
Session 3 :
14:30~14:50 O1 O8 O15
14:50~15:10 O2 O9 O16
15:10~15:30 O3 O10 O17
15:30~16:00 Coffee Break    
  Session 4 :
 Solid Propellant I
Session 5 :
 Green Propellant
Session 6 :
16:00~16:20 O4 O11 O18
16:20~16:40 O5 O12 O19
16:40~17:00 O6 O13 O20
17:00~17:20 O7 O14 O21
18:30~20:30   Dinner  
Date Time Main Room
(The grand garden)
Room 1
(The grand beach)
Room 2
November 13
  Session 7 :
 Hybrid Rocket
Session 8 :
 Safety I
Session 9 :
 High Explosives & Modeling
9:00~9:20 O22 O31 O40
9:20~9:40 O23 O32 O41
9:40~10:00 O24 O33 O42
10:00~10:30 Coffee Break    
10:30~11:30 Plenary Lecture 2    
11:30~12:00 Photography    
18:30~20:30   Lunch  
13:00~14:00 Poster Session 2
  Session 10 :
 Thermal Analysis
Session 11 :
 Safety II
Session 12 :
14:00~14:20 O25 O34 O43
14:20~14:40 O26 O35 O44
14:40~15:00 O27 O36 O45
15:00~15:30 Coffee Break    
  Session 13 :
 Solid Propellant II
Session 14 :
 Safety III
Session 15 :
15:30~15:50 O28 O37 O46
15:50~16:10 O29 O38 O47
16:10~16:30 O30 O39 O48
16:45~17:45 Plenary Lecture 3    
18:00~21:00 Banquet @ Marine World Uminonakamichi (Aquarium)
18:00-19:00 Welcome drink
19:00-21:00 Banquet
Date Time Main Room
(The grand garden)
Room 1
(The grand beach)
Room 2
November 14
  Session 16 :
 Pyrolysis & Combustion of HEMs
Session 17 :
 Blast Wave & Explosion
Session 18 :
9:00~9:20 O49 O53 O57
9:20~9:40 O50 O54 O58
9:40~10:00 O51 O55 O59
10:00~10:20 O52 O56 O60
10:20~10:40 Coffee Break    
10:40~11:40 Plenary Lecture 4    
11:40~12:30 Closing Remarks
Awards Ceremony
13:30~19:30 Optional Tour
Tour 1 : Traditional Crafts and Arts in Fukuoka City (Additional Fee : approx. 5,000 JPY )
Tour 2 : SUMO Wrestling ( Additional Fee : approx. 6,500 JPY )

12 Nov. Wednesday

Main Room(The grand garden)
Plenary Lectures 1   12 Nov., 10:30~11:30   Main Room (The grand garden)

 Energetics of commercial explosives and the role of field parameters

 Prof. B. Mohanty (Univ. Toronto, Canada)

 - Chair: Prof. G. Mogi (Univ. Tokyo)

Session1 (Blast Wave)   12 Nov., 14:30~15:30   Main Room (The grand garden)
O1 On the effect of the dike on the propagation of the blast wave  
Y. Sugiyama(AIST, Japan)
O2 Experimental studies on debris hazards from explosions in subsurface magazines (II)
T. Saburi (AIST, Japan)
O3 Development new blasting technique for rescue work
K. Nishino (AIST, Japan)
Session4 (Solid Propellant I)   12 Nov., 16:00~17:20   Main Room (The grand garden)
O4 Burning characteristics of agglomerated aluminum particles in the reaction zone and luminous flame of AP composite propellant  
R. Doi (Nihon Univ., Japan)
O5 Preparation of ammonium nitrate/ammonium perchlorate mixed particles and their thermal behavior
K. Tanaka (Fukuoka Univ., Japan)
O6 Burning interruption of a solid propellant in a choked chamber by pressurization
M. Tanaka (Natl. Defense Academy, Japan)
O7 Luminous flames around ignited aluminum particles near burning surface of composite propellant - Effect of heterogeneous decomposed gas velocity -
K. Takahashi (Nihon Univ., Japan)


Room 1 (The grand beach)
Session2 (Ignition)   12 Nov., 14:30~15:30   Room1 (The grand beach)


O8 Hypergolic ignition mechanism and flame structures of monomethylehydrazine/nitrogen dioxide co-flowing jets
H. Tani (JAXA, Japan)
O9 Distinguishing between active radicals’ chemical effect and thermal effect for combustion promotion by means of experiments using plasma jets
Y. Yamamoto(Natl. Inst. Tech., Kitakyushu College, Japan)
O10 Investigation on liquid atomization mechanism in sparkling fireworks
C. Inoue (Univ. Tokyo, Japan)
Session5 (Green Propellant)   12 Nov., 16:00~17:20   Room1 (The grand beach)
O11 Research and development of direct-current arcjet rocket engines in space using hydroxyl-ammonium-nitrate propellant  
Y. Fukutome (Osaka Inst. Technol., Japan)
O12 HAN-based liquid monopropellant: from lab-scale to space application
R. Amrousse (JAXA, Japan)
O13 Characteristics of a micro thruster using N2O/DME as propellant
K. Bando (Kyushu Inst. Tech., Japan)
O14 Flow and dynamic rheological characterization of ethanolamine gelled propellant
J. V. S Botchu (KAIST, Korea)


Session3 (Synthesis)   12 Nov., 14:30~15:30   Room2 (POOL POOL POOL)


O15 The thermally stable energetic guanidine salt based on 3,3'-((1E,1'E)-(2,4,6-trinitro-1,3-pheny-lene)bis(ethene-2,1-iyl))bis-(2,4,6-trinitrophenol)
J. Xu (Nanjing Univ. of Sci. Tech., China)
O16 Synthesis and thermal behavior of 1,3,5-trinitro-2,3-dihydro-1H-imidazo-[4,5-b]pyridin-2-one
C. Ma (Nanjing Univ. Sci. Tech., China)
O17 Synthesis and properties of 1-amino-2-nitroguanidinium 5-nitrotetrazolate salt
X. Jin (Nanjing Univ. of Sci. Tech., China)
Session6 (Detonation)   12 Nov., 16:00~17:20   Room2 (POOL POOL POOL)
O18 Characterization of deflagration to detonation transition of a dynamic expansion agent using continues velocity of detonation measurement system  
M. Kim (Chonbuk Natl. Univ., Korea)
O19 Aluminum reactions in detonation products of nitromethane
N. Kaga (Nippon Koki, Japan)
O20 Near propagation limit behavior of CH4/O2 detonation in round tube: influence of equivalent ratio and tube diameter
K. Yoshida (Kyushu Inst.Tech., Japan)
O21 Experimental study on an acceleration of a projectile using a gaseous detonation
S. Maeda (Saitama Univ., Japan)


Main Room / Room 1 / Room 2
Poster Session 1   12 Nov., 13:00~14:30
PP-01 The synthesis and characterization of novel azo bridging furazan compounds
Y. Qu (China Academy of Engineering Physics, China)
PP-02 A Study on the Acoustic Properties of Pyrotechnic Whistles
Y. Okuda (Ashikaga Institute of Technology, Japan)
PP-03 FEM analysis of a transition joint using explosive welding
M. Otsuka (Asahi Kasei Chemicals Corp., Japan)
PP-04 Luminous flames around ignited aluminum particles near burning surface of composite propellant - Effect of heterogeneous decomposed gas velocity
K. Takahashi (Nihon University, Japan)
PP-05 Characterization of a Fe2O3/Metal (Al, Mg, MgAl and Ti)/polyoxymethylene thermite composition
Y. Sano (Kyushu Sangyo University, Japan)
PP-06 Pressure rise mechanism of pyrotechnic substances
K. Ouchida (The University of Tokyo, Japan)
PP-07 Solvent-free ADN-based Ionic Liquid Propellant
Y. Ide (The Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan)
PP-08 Response of arcjet plasma source to variation in downstream pressure
H. Asakawa (University of Miyazaki, Japan)
PP-09 Shock Hugoniot for unreacted high explosives by various Gruneisen functions
K. Nagayama (Kyushu University, Japan)
PP-10 Interior ballistics simulation of underwater gun system considering cavitation effect
K. Asano (Keio University, Japan)
PP-11 Analysis and prediction of initial state dependence for C-J state using unified EOS
S. Kubota (AIST, Japan)
PP-12 Performance evaluation of N2O/DME bipropellant thruster in vacuum
T. Uraoka (University of Miyazaki, Japan)
PP-13 Experimental study on an acceleration of a projectile using a gaseous detonation
S. Maeda (Saitama University, Japan)
PP-14 A throttleable solid propellant thruster by laser heating
S. Onizuka (University of Miyazaki, Japan)
PP-15 Interaction between shock wave and spherical flame in ethylene/air mixture and transition to detonation
T. Araki (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
PP-16 Numerical simulation of thrust performance estimation on rotating detonation engine :
The effects of nozzle on Isp

Y. Watanabe (Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan)
PP-17 Effect of nitration condition on the decomposition of sulfamate during nitration
Y. Sugie (Japan Carlit Co. Ltd., Japan)
PP-18 Phenomena of the collision for metal plates accelerated by a powder gun
S. Uto (Sojo University, Japan)
PP-19 Evaluation of underwater discharge in small water container used in shock processing
H. Hamashima (Kumamoto Industrial Research Institute, Japan)
PP-20 Factor influencing solid solution formation of phase stabilized ammonium nitrate by comparison with rubidium nitrate
K. Shiota (Yokohama National University, Japan)
PP-21 Thermal spray by pulsed detonations with liquid-purge method
R. Obayashi (Hiroshima University, Japan)
PP-22 Comparison of measurements of self-reactive materials using various adiabatic calorimeters
Y. Sato (National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Japan)
PP-23 Reduction of the air flow rate for pulse-detonation-turbine-engine operation by Water-droplet injection
W. Watanabe (Hiroshima University, Japan)
PP-24 Large-scale synthesis of porous Co3O4 nanostructure and application in metastable intermolecular composites
J. Wang (China Academy of Engineering Physics, China)
PP-25 Burning characteristics of some ammonium nitrate based mixtures with copper(II) oxide additive
S. Date (National Defense Academy, Japan)
PP-26 Thermal behavior and decomposition kinetics of nitrocellulose/acid mixtures
K. Katoh (Fukuoka University, Japan)
PP-27 The implicit-explicit hybrid integrator for CFD simulations using a small reaction mechanism under extremely stiff conditions
Y. Morii (JAXA, Japan)
PP-28 Case studies of accidents of explosives with progress flow analysis (IX)
Y. Wada (AIST, Japan)
PP-29 Numerical study on three-dimensional flow effect of auto-ignition caused by high pressure hydrogen jet in rectangular tube
A. Yokoyama (Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan)
PP-30 Numerical study on detonation of ammonium nitrate and activated carbon mixtures in steel pipes
S. Kubota1 (AIST, Japan)


13 Nov. Thursday

Main Room(The grand garden)
Session7 (Hybrid Rocket)   13 Nov., 9:00~10:00   Main Room (The grand garden)
O22 Combustion characteristics of liquid GAP -combustion products and C* combustion efficiency  
K. Yaginuma (Nihon Univ., Japan)
O23 Effect of initial temperature and pressure on the burning rate of GAP as hybrid rocket fuel
P. Chang (Univ. Tokyo, Japan)
O24 Flame holding mechanism of gas hybrid rockets contained metal particles
K. Matsumoto (Nihon Univ., Japan)
Plenary Lectures 2   13 Nov., 10:30~11:30   Main Room (The grand garden)

 Continuous gas generant innovation the reason for airbag technology success

 Dr. E. Giraud (Safran Herakles, France)

 - Chair: Prof. S. Date (Natl. Defense Academy)

Session10 (Thermal Analysis)   13 Nov., 14:00~15:00   Main Room(The grand garden)
O25 Thermal behavior of nitrocellulose/acid mixtures under open and closed conditions  
K. Katoh (Fukuoka University, Japan)
O26 Thermal properties of aluminum-water system measured with microcalorimetry
I. Matsui (Japan Pyrotech. Assoc., Japan)
O27 Synthesis and decomposition mechanisms of 5-amino-1,2,4-triazole-3-one
N. Tokunaga(Yokohama Natl. Univ., Japan)
Session13 (Solid Propellant II)   13 Nov., 15:30~16:30   Main Room(The grand garden)
O28 Simulation of work process for pyrotechnic device based on propellant deflagration model  
Q. Liu (Beijing Inst. Space Mech. Elec., China)
O29 Effects of HTPB-coating on nano-sized aluminum in solid rocket propellant performanc
A. Vorozhtsov (Tomsk State Univ., Russia)
O30 Catalytic mechanism in combustion of low-calorific propellant with ammonium nitrate
Z. H. Ye (Mendeleyev Univ., Russia)
Plenary Lectures 3   13 Nov., 16:45~17:45   Main Room (The grand garden)

  Dinitramide salts: burning behavior and combustion mechanism

 Prof. V. P. Sinditskii(Mendeleyev Univ., Russia)

 - Chair: Prof. K. Hori (JAXA)


Room1(The grand beach)
Session8 (Safety I)   13 Nov., 9:00~10:00   Room1 (The grand beach)
O31 Research on the output properties of confined detonating fuse  
Z. Jia (Beijing Inst. Space Mech. Elec., China)
O32 Numerical analysis on the damage of the explosion pit at Kumamoto Univ (II)
T. Yamamoto(Kumamoto Natl. College Tech., Japan)
O33 The effect of confinement on a melt-castable explosive (Comp-B)
M. Hobbs (Sandia Natl. Labs, USA)
Session11 (Safety II)   13 Nov., 14:00~15:00   Room1(The grand beach)
O34 Influence of difference of equation of state for unreacted component of high explosive in reactive flow simulation  
S. Kubota (AIST, Japan)
O35 Evaluation of blast pressure around a subsurface magazine and its mitigation using water
T. Homae (Toyama Natl. College Tech., Japan)
O36 The factor database about the explosion and fire which occurred with energy substances
H. Itagaki (JNIOSH, Japan)
Session14 (Safety III)   13 Nov., 15:30~16:30   Room1(The grand beach)
O37 Determination of thermal hazard for energetic materails  
M. Hartmann (AKTS, Switzerland)
O38 Hazard evaluation with close pressure vessel test
Y. Iwata(Natl. Research Inst. Fire & Disaster, Japan)
O39 A fine-powder feeder using gas flow for chemical reaction device
K. Hirata (Univ. Miyazaki, Japan)


Session9 (High Explosives & Modeling)   13 Nov., 9:00~10:00   Room2 (POOL POOL POOL)
O40 Effect of shock strength on layered coal-dust combustion behind shock wave  
T. Kanno (Keio Univ., Japan)
O41 Numerical simulation of shock wave propagation for system consisting of explosive pellets and inert disks
S. Kubota (AIST, Japan)
O42 Numerical modeling of underwater explosive performance of non-ideal aluminized explosive and idealized explosive
S. Feng (Nanjing Univ. Sci.Tech., China)
Session12 (Explosion)   13 Nov., 14:00~15:00   Room2(POOL POOL POOL)
O43 Gurney constant estimation for non-ideal explosives  
M. Kunzel (Univ. Pardubice, Czech)
O44 Flash ignition of nanoenergetic materials using sea urchin-like carbon nanotubes for underwater explosion
J. Kim (Pusan Natl Univ., Korea)
O45 Attenuation of underwater explosion propagating through porous compressible foam
K. Kitagawa (Aichi Inst. Tech., Japan)
Session15 (Sensitivity)   13 Nov., 15:30~16:30   Room2(POOL POOL POOL)
O46 Sensitivity of nitrocellulose propellants to the firing temperature  
L. Jeunieau(Royal Military Academy, Belgium)
O47 Micro explosive-induced underwater shock wave propagation and reflection at the interface
K. Ohtani (Tohoku Univ., Japan)
O48 The mutual correlations among sensitivities, detonation and kinetic parameters of nitramine based PBXs
Q. Yan (Univ. Pardubice, Czech)


Main Room / Room 1 / Room 2
Poster Session 2   13 Nov., 13:00~14:00
PP-31 Analysis and prediction of initial state dependence for C-J state using unified EOS
S. Kubota (AIST, Japan)
PP-32 Numerical study on flame acceleration mechanism of deflagration-to-detonation transition in three-dimensional rectangular tube
T. Hassegawa (Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan)
PP-33 Vibration propagation characteristics of some underground model blasting
H. Yan (Chonnam National University, Korea)
PP-34 A Survey of Process Hazards for Enzymatic Nitration of Phenols
D. Chen (Yokohama National University, Japan)
PP-35 Study of dispersion behavior of high-speed projectile using a ballistic range
K. Miyakoshi (Tohoku University, Japan)
PP-36 Screening of reactive chemical hazards using Dewar vessels
S. Yoshino (Nihon University, Japan)
PP-37 Structural analysis of ammonium dinitramide based ionic liquids
M. Itakura (Yokohama National University, Japan)
PP-38 Crystal transformation behavior of AN/PN/Polymer particles prepared by spray drying
S. Nagayama (Fukuoka University, Japan)
PP-39 Preparation and thermal decomposition behavior of ammonium dinitramide-based energetic ionic liquid propellant
H. Matsunaga (Yokohama National University, Japan)
PP-40 Thermal stability of AN/PN/Polymer particles prepared by spray drying
S. Nagayama (Fukuoka University, Japan)
PP-41 Thermal characteristics of 1,2,4-triazole-3-one copper complex and its decomposition mechanism
M. Ohnuki (Nihon University, Japan)
PP-42 Synthesis of urethane binder of rocket propellants and its thermal properties
Y. Sagae (Nihon University, Japan)
PP-43 Burning characteristics of basic copper nitrate/aluminum mixtures
A. Ichimiya (Kayaku Japan Co., Ltd. , Japan)
PP-44 Reducing diesel engines f emission using DME in two different approaches
S. Shioya (Kyusyu Institute of Technology, Japan)
PP-45 Resistance performance of FRP plate under blast loading
T. Saburi (AIST, Japan)
PP-46 Thermal decomposition and burning characteristics of propellants with AP/AN particles prepared by Freeze-drying Method
S. Imai (National Defense Academy, Japan)
PP-47 Developments of the dynamic removal method for concrete pile head using the charge holder producing horizontal fracture plane
Y. Nakamura (Kumamoto National College of Technology, Japan)


14 Nov. Friday

Main Room(The grand garden)
Session16 (Pyrolysis & Combustion of HEMs)   14 Nov., 9:00~10:20   Main Room(The grand garden)
O49 Universal phenomenon of self-synchronization of the micro/nano- structures of the energetic materials reactionary zones  
A. N. Lukin (WCRC, Russia)
O50 Evolved gas analysis of condensed phase decomposition of ammonium nitrate
Y. Izato (Yokohama Natl. Univ., Japan)
O51 Condensed-phase thermal decomposition of ammonium dinitramide
H. Matsunaga (Yokohama Natl. Univ., Japan)
O52 Combustion of binary system based on double-based model propellant with HMX
Z. H. Ye (Mendeleyev Univ., Russia)
Plenary Lectures 4   14 Nov., 11:00~12:00   Main Room (The grand garden)

  Metal-fluorocarbon composites: versatile energetic materials

 Prof. E-C Koch (Cranfield Univ., UK)

 - Chair: Prof. T. Tachibana (Kyushu Inst. Tech.)


Room1(The grand beach)
Session17 (Blast Wave & Explosion)   14 Nov., 9:00~10:20   Room1(The grand beach)
O53 Study on auto-ignition mechanism of high pressure hydrogen jet into a tube using a plunger system  
K. Yamashita (Aoyama Gakuin Univ., Japan)
O54 The effect of structure shape on blast wave propagation from an internal explosion
D. Kim (Kyungil Univ., Korea)
O55 Numerical simulation of ignition mechanism from shock focusing reflector into H2-O2 mixture
M. Asahara (Aoyama Gakuin Univ., Japan)
O56 Investigation on the attenuation effect of the HE ground surface detonation
M. Katayama (Itochu T-S C., Japan)


Session18 (Measurement)   14 Nov., 9:00~10:20   Room2(POOL POOL POOL)
O57 High-throughput auto-sampling explosives trace detection systems using mass spectrometry  
H. Nagano (Hitachi, Japan)
O58 Extending measurable frequency range of thrust evaluation device by use of disturbance observer
K. Kashihara (Univ. Miyazaki, Japan)
O59 Rapid bottom-up synthesis of graphene quantum dots
G. Yang (China Academy Eng. Phys., China)
O60 Thermal hazard and kinetic analyses on Michael addition reaction of acrylic acid
M. Fujita (Yokohama Natl. Univ., Japan)