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TANABE, Shinichi
 
Affiliation
Faculty of Science and Engineering, School of Creative Science and Engineering
Job title
Professor
Degree
Doctor(Engineering) ( Waseda university )
Master(Engineering) ( Waseda university )
Profile

Shin-ichi Tanabe, B.Arch., M.Sc., Ph.D. is a professor at the Department of Architecture, Waseda University, Japan. He is an expert in the fields of indoor air quality, thermal comfort, and energy. He graduated from the Department of Architecture, Waseda University in 1982. He stayed at Technical University of Denmark during 1984-1986 and at University of California, Berkeley during 1992-1993 and at Lawrence National Laboratory (LBNL) during 1997. He is a Fellow Member of American Society of Heating and Air-Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE). He is President of Architectural Institute of Japan (AIJ). Also, he is a Chair of ISO/TC146/SC6 (Indoor Air). He is former President of Society of Heating and Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers (SHASE), Japan.

He received Ralph. G. Nevins Award from ASHRE in 1989. Technical Award, Society of Heating, Air Conditioning, and Sanitary Engineers, Japan. Prize of Research from Architectural Institute of Japan in 2002. He received the Pettenkofer award, which is the ISIAQ Academy's highest award in 2016.

Research Experience

  • 2022.12
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    Now

    Dean, Advanced Collaborative Research Organization for Smart Society (ACROSS)

Education Background

  • 1984.04
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    1987.03

    Waseda University   Graduate School of Science and Engineering   Architecture  

Committee Memberships

  • 2004.05
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    Now

    最高裁判所  専門委員

Professional Memberships

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    International Society of Indoor Air Sciences

Research Areas

  • Architectural environment and building equipment

Research Interests

  • Carbon Neutrality

  • Net Zero

  • Indoor Air Quality

  • Energy Efficiency

  • Thermal Comfort

  • Indoor Environment

  • Architectural environment

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Awards

  • 空気調和・衛生工学会学会賞 (技術賞・建築設備部門)

    2023.05   公益社団法人 空気調和・衛生工学会  

 

Papers

  • BEHAVIOR OF OPENING WINDOWS AS A MEASURE FOR COVID-19 AND ITS IMPACT ON VENTILATION RATE IN THE CLASSROOMS OF AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IN TOKYO

    Taemi GOHARA, Go IWASHITA, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   87 ( 796 ) 347 - 358  2022.06  [Refereed]

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  • Predicting the infection probability distribution of airborne and droplet transmissions

    Miguel Yamamoto, Akihiro Kawamura, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Satoshi Hori

    Indoor and Built Environment   0 ( 0 ) 1 - 14  2022.04  [Refereed]

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  • PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF BIOPHILIA THROUGH URBAN OFFICE BUILDING WINDOWS

    ITO Hiroshi, SUGANO Soma, LIU Jiannan, MIYASAKA Yumiko, SHINOHARA Naoko, YAMADA Shogo, NITTA Ryo, OHBA Mayumi, TAKAHASHI Shusuke, TAZAKI Miku, TANABE Shin-ichi

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   87 ( 794 ) 241 - 251  2022.04  [Refereed]

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    In this study, we conducted subject experiments to determine an effective biophilic design for urban offices to improve the health and comfort of workers. This experiment showed that indoor environment satisfaction, the impression of a workspace, ease of work, and self-estimated productivity were improved when subjects could see greenery through the window with a balanced amount of sunlight through the green. Additionally, cognitive function in subjects was restored during the break period of the short-term memory test, resulting in higher test scores.

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  • IMPACTS OF IMPLEMENTING ACTIVITY-BASED WORKING ON ENVIRONMENTAL SATISFACTION AND WORKPLACE PRODUCTIVITY DURING RENOVATION OF RESEARCH FACILITIES

    Tomoko TOKUMURA, Yukiho AKIYAMA, Hiroki TAKAHASHI, Kinuko KUWAYAMA, Kazuki WADA, Tomohiro KUROKI, Mikio TAKAHASHI, Shusuke TAKAHASHI, Jun SHINODA, Jun NAKAGAWA, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   87 ( 793 ) 189 - 198  2022.03  [Refereed]

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    Activity-based Working (ABW) is attracting attention as a new style of working to improve workplace productivity in Japan. The purpose of this study is to clarify the changes in the working style of office workers by implementation of ABW. In this paper, a questionnaire survey was conducted in a research facility; once before the ABW renovation and twice after the renovation. We found that accustoming to the ABW leads to changes in the style of working, such as the choice of seats, and that being able to work where you want to work leads to increased workplace productivity.

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  • The contamination of DEHP on the surfaces of PVC sheet and risk of infants

    Hyuntae Kim, Taewoo Kim, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering     1 - 10  2022.02  [Refereed]

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  • EFFECT OF STRESS CAUSED BY INSUFFICIENT SLEEP ON HUMAN BIOEFFLUENTS AND PERCEIVED AIR QUALITY

    INASAKA Marina, TSUSHIMA Sayana, ITO Kosai, TANABE Shin-ichi

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   87 ( 792 ) 113 - 122  2022.02  [Refereed]

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    To improve indoor air quality, it’s necessary to accurately control the body odor emitted by humans living under various environmental conditions and lifestyles. The purpose of this study was to obtain a better understanding of the effects of changes in physical quantities due to insufficient sleep on the emission of human bioeffluents causing body odor and the perceived air quality. The experiment involved two conditions of sleep time. Different biogenic substance concentrations and sensory evaluations of the odor in the chamber were obtained when the occupants' sleep times was different, even for the same CO2 concentration in the room.

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  • Hygro-thermo-chemical transfer analysis of clothing microclimate using three-dimensional digital clothing model and computer-simulated person

    Kei Murota, Yujin Kang, Sena Hyodo, Sung-Jun Yoo, Kazuki Takenouchi, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Kazuhide Ito

    Indoor and Built Environment    2022.01  [Refereed]

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  • Transdisciplinary areas covered by JAR and Paper of the Year 2020

    Kazuhide Ito, Shin‐ichi Tanabe

    JAPAN ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW   4 ( 4 ) 547 - 547  2021.10  [Refereed]

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  • Spectral irradiance simulation for evaluating light environments for indoor plants

    Soma Sugano, Ryo Nitta, Kan Shindo, Akihisa Nomoto, Shu Yoda, Tamaho Shigemura, Masahisa Ishii, Shin‐ichi Tanabe

    JAPAN ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW   4 ( 4 ) 649 - 659  2021.09  [Refereed]

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  • Operation of air‐conditioning and sanitary equipment for SARS‐CoV‐2 infectious disease control

    Takashi Kurabuchi, U. Yanagi, Masayuki Ogata, Masayuki Otsuka, Naoki Kagi, Yoshihide Yamamoto, Motoya Hayashi, Shinichi Tanabe

    JAPAN ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW   4 ( 4 ) 608 - 620  2021.07  [Refereed]

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  • Three‐year outcomes and a leap forward in the fourth year of the JAR

    Kazuhide Ito, Shin‐ichi Tanabe

    JAPAN ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW    2021.07  [Refereed]

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  • Indirect calorimetry of metabolic rate in college-age Japanese subjects during various office activities

    Akihisa Nomoto, Ryo Hisayama, Shu Yoda, Mizuho Akimoto, Masayuki Ogata, Hitomi Tsutsumi, Shin-ichi Tanabe

    Building and Environment   199   107909 - 107909  2021.07  [Refereed]

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  • DIFFERENCES IN THE STRUCTURE OF THE INFLUENCE OF OFFICE DESIGN PREFERENCES ON INTELLECTUAL PRODUCTIVITY

    Ziye WANG, Ziqing LIU, Hinano SUKEDA, Natsuko NAGASAWA, Tai SATOH, Takaya KOJIMA, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   86 ( 784 ) 567 - 577  2021.06  [Refereed]

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  • EVALUATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF COMBINED POWER GENERATION USING PHOTOVOLTAIC GENERATION AND SOLID OXIDE FUEL CELLS BASED ON LIFESTYLE

    Jungmin KIM, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   86 ( 783 ) 548 - 556  2021.05  [Refereed]

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  • A paradigm shift to combat indoor respiratory infection

    Lidia Morawska, Joseph Allen, William Bahnfleth, Philomena M. Bluyssen, Atze Boerstra, Giorgio Buonanno, Junji Cao, Stephanie J. Dancer, Andres Floto, Francesco Franchimon, Trisha Greenhalgh, Charles Haworth, Jaap Hogeling, Christina Isaxon, Jose L. Jimenez, Jarek Kurnitski, Yuguo Li, Marcel Loomans, Guy Marks, Linsey C. Marr, Livio Mazzarella, Arsen Krikor Melikov, Shelly Miller, Donald K. Milton, William Nazaroff, Peter V. Nielsen, Catherine Noakes, Jordan Peccia, Kim Prather, Xavier Querol, Chandra Sekhar, Olli Seppänen, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Julian W. Tang, Raymond Tellier, Kwok Wai Tham, Pawel Wargocki, Aneta Wierzbicka, Maosheng Yao

    Science   372 ( 6543 ) 689 - 691  2021.05  [Refereed]

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  • SPECTRAL IRRADIANCE SIMULATION FOR EVALUATING LIGHT ENVIRONMENTS FOR INDOOR PLANTS

    Soma SUGANO, Ryo NITTA, Kan SHINDO, Akihisa NOMOTO, Shu YODA, Tamaho SHIGEMURA, Masahisa ISHII, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   86 ( 781 ) 337 - 346  2021.03  [Refereed]

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    Ornamental plants are frequently used in office workplaces to improve the well-being and productivity of employees. Additionally, the WELL Building Standard includes definitions for precondition and optimization features related to biophilia. Hence, there is a growing interest in biophilic design and indoor greenery. However, the growth of indoor plants may become stunted due to unfavorable lighting conditions. Therefore, a method for evaluating the light environments required for indoor plants to thrive is needed.

     The purpose of this study is to apply a spectral irradiance simulation to develop a method for evaluating the appropriate light environment for indoor plants based on plant physiology. We used field measurements to verify the accuracy of the spectral irradiance simulations, which were performed by Adaptive Lightning for Alertness (ALFA), a circadian lighting design software. After verification, we calculated the photosynthetic photon flux density (PPFD), which is strongly correlated to photosynthesis, from the measured and predicted values of spectral irradiance. Based on knowledge of the relationship between PPFD and the light saturation and light compensation points of plants, we evaluated the suitability of the light environment in the building for plant growth.

     The measurements were performed on a sunny day (October 5, 2019). The spectral irradiance was measured in the horizontal and vertical planes at desk and overhead heights (FL+800, 2000 mm) in a university classroom. In the simulation, measurement-based lighting distribution characteristics, spectral distribution, as well as the reflectance of each material were provided as input, and the spectral irradiance was calculated in a 3D model of the classroom. The accuracy of the simulation was verified by comparing the predicted and measured spectral irradiances both inside and outside the classroom.

     The results demonstrate that the ALFA sky model produced errors when predicting the spectral irradiance in wavelength ranges that simulate the Fraunhofer line of sunlight (380–400 nm) and the absorption bands of H2O and O2 molecules in the atmosphere (approximately 680, 730 and 750 nm). In the 405–710 nm wavelength range, the measured and calculated spectral irradiance were almost the same. At indoor measurement points where the influence of direct solar radiation and light luminaire were significant, the spectral irradiance was predicted with a high degree of accuracy. Errors in this study were mainly caused by errors in the spectral transmittance of the glass models, as well as input errors in the spectral reflectance of the ground surface and the surrounding buildings.

     By calculating the PPFD from the measured and simulated spectral irradiance values, it was possible to evaluate the light environment, in an indoor space based on knowledge of plant physiology such as light saturation and light compensation points of plants. This method can be applied to the planning of supplementary lighting for plants and the planning of indoor plant placement that makes effective use of daylight.

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  • BUILDING WELLNESS PERFORMANCE AND WORK ENGAGEMENT

    Masanari UKAI, Yuto CHIMOTO, Takuya MURAKAMI, Yuya SUZUKI, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   86 ( 781 ) 271 - 278  2021.03  [Refereed]

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  • Differences in temperature measurement by commercial room temperature sensors: Effects of room cooling system, loads, sensor type and position

    Jun Shinoda, Angelos Mylonas, Ongun B. Kazanci, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Bjarne W. Olesen

    Energy and Buildings   231   110630 - 110630  2021.01  [Refereed]

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  • EQUIPMENT CONSTITUTION AND OCCUPANT BEHAVIOR IN A NET ZERO ENERGY HOUSE CONSIDERING STAYING AT HOME DURING POWER OUTAGES

    Manae INABA, Jungmin KIM, Reina OKI, Mizuho AKIMOTO, Shin-ichi TANABE, Naomi MORITO

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   86 ( 779 ) 111 - 120  2021  [Refereed]

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  • Thermoregulation Model JOS-3 with New Open Source Code

    Yoshito Takahashi, Akihisa Nomoto, Shu Yoda, Ryo Hisayama, Masayuki Ogata, Yoshiichi Ozeki, Shin-ichi Tanabe

    Energy and Buildings     110575 - 110575  2020.10  [Refereed]

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  • Investigation of transient and heterogeneous micro-climate around a human body in an enclosed personalized work environment

    Chong Wang, Sung-Jun Yoo, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Kazuhide Ito

    Energy and Built Environment   1 ( 4 ) 423 - 431  2020.10  [Refereed]

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  • How can airborne transmission of COVID-19 indoors be minimised?

    Lidia Morawska, Julian W. Tang, William Bahnfleth, Philomena M. Bluyssen, Atze Boerstra, Giorgio Buonanno, Junji Cao, Stephanie Dancer, Andres Floto, Francesco Franchimon, Charles Haworth, Jaap Hogeling, Christina Isaxon, Jose L. Jimenez, Jarek Kurnitski, Yuguo Li, Marcel Loomans, Guy Marks, Linsey C. Marr, Livio Mazzarella, Arsen Krikor Melikov, Shelly Miller, Donald K. Milton, William Nazaroff, Peter V. Nielsen, Catherine Noakes, Jordan Peccia, Xavier Querol, Chandra Sekhar, Olli Seppänen, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Raymond Tellier, Kwok Wai Tham, Pawel Wargocki, Aneta Wierzbicka, Maosheng Yao

    Environment International   142   105832 - 105832  2020.09  [Refereed]

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  • Development and verification on zero energy cool tree which providing cool comfort on hot summer outdoor

    Yumiko Miyasaka, Kitaro Mizuide, Soma Sugano, Yasuhiro Tabata, Ryoya Furukawa, Akihisa Nomoto, Yoshito Takahashi, Susumu Horikawa, Shin Ichi Tanabe

    AIJ Journal of Technology and Design   26 ( 63 ) 619 - 624  2020.06  [Refereed]

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    © 2020 Architectural Institute of Japan. All rights reserved. Since the 2020 Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games will be held during the hot summer, promotion of outdoor heat is an urgent issue as one of environmental measures. “Cool Tree” as a cool spot to create a beautiful shade of lumber with laminated wood, operating with zero energy using only solar energy, with the concept of “design like Japan”, “complete off-grid system” and “ultimate recycling ecology” was developed, and field measurements were carried out.

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  • AN EVALUATION OF INTELLECTUAL PRODUCTIVITY BASED ON WORKER ATTRIBUTES

    Ziye WANG, Hinano SUKEDA, Ziqing LIU, Natsuko NAGASAWA, Tai SATOH, Takaya KOJIMA, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   85 ( 771 ) 311 - 319  2020.05  [Refereed]

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  • Operational strategies for self-consumption considering the use of an electric vehicle in a net zero energy house

    Mizuho Akimoto, Jungmin Kim, Yugo Tsuneoka, Reina Oki, Shin Ichi Tanabe, Yasuhiro Hayashi, Naomi Morito

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Japan)   85 ( 770 ) 277 - 287  2020.04  [Refereed]

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    © 2020 Architectural Institute of Japan. All rights reserved. This study proposes operational strategies for combinations of equipment, including an electric vehicle (EV), in a house using self-consumption. The aim of this is to attain both comfort and efficient energy management under several household and regional conditions, focusing on the frequency of the EV's use as well as the residents' schedules. As operational strategies for self-consumption of surplus power, storage battery (BT) charging, EV charging and daytime operation of heat pump water heater (EC) were assumed. Moreover, the amount of self-consumption, CO2 emissions, and the cost-effectiveness of different equipment combinations were calculated and compared.

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  • Thermal Adaptation and Comfort Zones in Urban Semi-Outdoor Environments

    Nakano, J., Tanabe, S.-I.

    Frontiers in Built Environment   6  2020.03  [Refereed]

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    © Copyright © 2020 Nakano and Tanabe. In this work, thermal adaptation characteristics and thermal comfort zones were investigated in urban semi-outdoor environments in Tokyo. Four spaces with different levels of environmental control, i.e., heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) spaces and non-HVAC spaces, were selected for the seasonal field surveys lasting over a period of 80 days. The survey consisted of the thermal environment measurement, questionnaire survey, and observation of occupancy conditions. The occupants were adapting themselves to fit within a certain range of standard effective temperature (SET∗). Clothing adjustment was the principal form of behavioral adaptation. The dominant factor affecting the clothing adjustment was the daily mean outdoor temperature, and not the immediate environment, in both the non-HVAC and the HVAC spaces. The total number of occupants and the mean occupancy period of the day had a strong linear relationship with the daily mean air temperature of the occupied zone in the non-HVAC spaces. No correlation was found between the thermal environment and the occupancy conditions in the HVAC spaces. Adaptive thermal comfort zones, not comfort temperatures, were derived directly from the subjective votes. The comfort zone in SET∗ was found to be 23–28°C for the predicted percentage of dissatisfied (PPD), 18–29°C for HVAC spaces, and 14–32°C for non-HVAC spaces. Occupants in semi-outdoor environments were tolerant to their thermal environment two to three times wider in range than the one predicted by the PPD. These findings are expected to be useful in the design and assessment of urban semi-outdoor environments.

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  • Pre-cooling operation aiming for demand response adaptation in house

    Kim, J., Tsuneoka, Y., Oki, R., Tanabe, S.-I., Hayashi, Y., Morito, N.

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Japan)   85 ( 769 ) 215 - 224  2020.03  [Refereed]

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    © 2020 Architectural Institute of Japan. All rights reserved. Renewable energy is the focus of the 5th Strategic Energy Plan in Japan. Electric load management systems such as Demand Response (DR) are necessary to increase renewable energy usage. The focus of this study is pre-cooling operations in the daytime, during summer, to reduce electric load during DR. The aim of this study is to evaluate (1) the effectiveness of electric demand shift by "Pre-cooling", and (2) the effect on comfort and health of the residents who switch to "Pre-cooling".

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  • Measurement of local evaporative resistance of a typical clothing ensemble using a sweating thermal manikin

    Akihisa Nomoto, Yoshito Takahashi, Shu Yoda, Masayuki Ogata, Shin‐ichi Tanabe, Shun Ito, Yuki Aono, Yoshihide Yamamoto, Kunio Mizutani

    Japan Architectural Review   3 ( 1 ) 113 - 120  2020.01  [Refereed]

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    To accurately simulate human physiology and thermal comfort, certain human physiological and comfort models categorize the human body into multiple parts. Most of these body parts are normally clothed, which must be quantified in the simulation. However, existing databases of clothing evaporative resistance only characterize the evaporative resistance of the whole body and not those of individual body parts. This implies that each body part has the same level of clothing evaporative resistance. In this research, we measure the local clothing insulation and evaporative resistance. Here, we present the local thermal characteristic values as well as the values for the whole body.

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  • Distribution of transient formaldehyde concentration in confined small glass desiccators and its impact on emission rate measurement

    Kang, Y., Yoo, S.-J., Takenouchi, K., Yoshida, H., Tanabe, S.-I., Ito, K.

    Atmospheric Environment   218  2019.12  [Refereed]

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    © 2019 Elsevier Ltd The headspace method is used frequently for measuring the emissions rates of chemical compounds from building materials when operating labeling systems for these materials. A numerical investigation of transient formaldehyde concentration distribution in confined small glass desiccators was conducted in this study. To clarify the impact of the desiccator geometry on the formaldehyde emission and diffusion characteristics, three-dimensional (3D) laser-based measurement was first conducted to define the detailed inner geometries of the different commercial desiccators. A petri dish containing water was used as the sorbent for test specimens of formaldehyde emission sources produced inside the desiccators. Fundamental experiments concerning formaldehyde emission rates and sorption onto the sorbent were next performed using high- and low-emission types of building materials in the desiccators. Transient and steady numerical analyses were conducted for formaldehyde emissions from the building materials, molecular diffusion, and sorption onto the water sorbent. Transient analysis of the formaldehyde diffusion field over 24 h revealed that the total amount of dissolution of formaldehyde in the water was not significantly affected by the desiccator geometry in the building material of the inner diffusion control type. For evaporative/external diffusion emission-type, however, the formaldehyde emission rate was strongly affected by the desiccator shape. To obtain reproducible emission rate measurements in desiccators with different geometrical shapes, substantial adjustment is needed for the relative positions of the emission source and the sorbent in terms of the equivalent diffusion length, Ld.

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  • ENVIRONMENT SATISFACTION AND WORK EFFICIENCY OF WORKPLACE WITH ACTIVITY-BASED WORKING

    Takuma SHINOYAMA, Jun SHINODA, Jun NAKAGAWA, Shin-ichi TANABE, Mikio TAKAHASHI, Kazuki WADA, Hiroki TAKAHASHI, Naoko NOZAKI

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   84 ( 765 ) 975 - 981  2019.11  [Refereed]

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    The understanding of a relationship between office design and intellectual productivity is becoming increasingly important due to the introduction of new styles of working, such as activity-based working (ABW). The satisfaction of subjects, such as office workers, was examined in both an ABW office and a conventional office. Based on questionnaire results, changes were made to the ABW office layout to resolve dissatisfaction. As a result, compared to a conventional office, we found that not only the introduction of various furniture and free seats, but also devising to change space planning according to anticipated actions led to an improvement satisfaction.

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  • Renovating a house to aim for net-zero energy, thermal comfort, energy self-consumption and behavioural adaptation: A method proposed for ENEMANE HOUSE 2017

    Oki, R., Tsuneoka, Y., Yamaguchi, S., Sugano, S., Watanabe, N., Akimoto, T., Hayashi, Y., Wakao, S., Tanabe, S.-I.

    Energy and Buildings   201   183 - 193  2019.10  [Refereed]

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    © 2019 In Japan, low thermal insulation performance in existing houses is a considerable issue that may lead to health problems. Therefore, it is necessary to acquire technologies and knowledge regarding thermal insulation renovation. On the other hand, with the spread of photovoltaic panels, urban scale energy management and self-consumption have become important. The purpose of this study is to introduce a net-zero energy house which was designed, built, and analyzed by the team of Waseda University and Shibaura Institute of Technology in the ENEMANE HOUSE 2017 competition. The team proposed a renovation method which insert highly insulated walls into the existing structure, creating not only highly insulated areas but also non-insulated areas called “loggias.” By opening and closing the windows of the loggia according to the season, it functions as a passive system and enables residents’ behavioural adaptation to the environment. On the other hand, to aim for self-consumption and leveling of reverse power flow, a heat pump water heater and a storage battery were operated according to solar radiation prediction. Actual measurements confirmed the implementation and effect of this operational method. Moreover, the energy consumption was greatly reduced, while thermal comfort was maintained by thermal insulation and efficient equipment introduction.

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  • Usefulness verification by subjective experiment of evaluation method for thermal environment "score on the warmth" utilizing casbee housing health checklist

    Araki, Y., Watanabe, Y., Wakabayashi, K., Tanabe, S.-I., Kagiya, S.-I., Eujimura, H., Tsuda, K.

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Japan)   84 ( 763 )  2019.09  [Refereed]

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  • A review of the surface heat transfer coefficients of radiant heating and cooling systems

    Shinoda, J., Kazanci, O.B., Tanabe, S.-I., Olesen, B.W.

    Building and Environment   159   106156 - 106156  2019.07  [Refereed]

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    Heat transfer coefficients are often used to describe the thermal behavior of radiant systems in buildings and how they transfer heat between their cooled/heated surfaces and the room. In addition to current standards, several studies have been conducted to determine such heat transfer coefficients by means of experiments and simulations. Inconsistency is evident in the values and expressions derived for this purpose. The present study investigated possible sources of discrepancy in an extensive literature review of articles, standards and guidelines that focus on the heat transfer coefficients of cooled/heated surfaces. Measurement data provided by different authors were analyzed to compare both the amount of heat transfer and the estimated heat transfer coefficients. These estimated values and expressions were used to predict the measured data reported in other articles, to examine their accuracy. Larger deviations and prediction errors were found in the total and convective heat transfer values than in radiant heat transfer, which had a range of errors within +/- 20% throughout the literature. The major sources of error were shown to be the calculation procedure for each heat transfer mechanism, the choice of reference temperature and its measurement height and position, and room dimensions. It is suggested that heat transfer coefficients should be chosen by matching the calculation/measurement conditions in which they were obtained to the purpose and conditions in which they will be applied.

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  • Residential pneumatic floor-heating system using phase-change material

    Nakagawa, J., Tanabe, S.-I.

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Japan)   84 ( 757 )  2019.03  [Refereed]

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  • Applying TABS to a Publishing Company Headquarters Using Integrated Design

    Kosuke Sato, Eri Kataoka, Susumu Horikawa, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Jun Shinoda

    ASHRAE TRANSACTIONS 2019, VOL 125, PT 1   125   64 - 71  2019.01  [Refereed]

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    This paper describes an example application of Thermo Active Building System (TABS) in a publishing company headquarters building located in the urban area of Tokyo, Japan. The successful integration of architectural, structural and building services design made it possible for this technology to be implemented. Since a part of the structure is utilized as a radiant surface instead of mounting ceiling panels, the floor height was greatly reduced. Some of the most important features of the novel TABS implemented in this building, are the alternately arranged nomal and reversed beams, which form a concave-convex salb structure. The bottom surface of the concave slab and beam structure works as a radiant surface for the lower floor, while the hollow space works as a passage for supply air for the upper floor. On the other hand, the hollow space in the convex structure works as a passage for return air and smoke exhaust from the lower floor.This means that all the space formed by slabs and beams are utilized for the building services. In addition, the building structure is effectively utilized as a radiant surface with a large heat storage capacity redacting electricuty demands during the peak period Furthermore, indoor temperature variation could be made smaller. In addition to the essential points of TABS, this paper reports the results of a mock-up experiment of the radiant cooling and heating system during the construction phase, and the results of the heat balance in a room. Moreover, it reports the results of a questionnaire distributed to occupants to investigate the indoor environment after the commencement of operation.

  • Empirical study on effective utilization of photovoltaic power generation by precooling and preheating operation in house

    Kim, J., Xu, T., Tsuneoka, Y., Tanabe, S.-I., Hayashi, Y., Morito, N.

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Japan)   84 ( 755 ) 73 - 81  2019.01  [Refereed]

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  • Relationship between human heat load and sleep quality

    Inoue, R., Takahashi, Y., Ogata, M., Tsuzuki, K., Tanabe, S.-I.

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Japan)   84 ( 764 ) 919 - 926  2019  [Refereed]

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  • Measurement of local evaporative resistance of typical clothing ensemble using a sweating thermal manikin

    Nomoto, A., Takahashi, Y., Yoda, S., Ogata, M., Tanabe, S.-I., Ito, S., Aono, Y., Yamamoto, Y., Mizutani, K.

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Japan)   84 ( 761 ) 653 - 660  2019  [Refereed]

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  • Development of the ASHRAE Global Thermal Comfort Database II

    Veronika Foldvary Licina, Toby Cheung, Hui Zhang, Richard de Dear, Thomas Parkinson, Edward Arens, Chungyoon Chun, Stefano Schiavon, Maohui Luo, Gail Brager, Peixian Li, Soazig Kaam, Michael A. Adebamowo, Mary Myla Andamon, Francesco Babich, Chiheb Bouden, Hana Bukovianska, Christhina Candido, Bin Cao, Salvatore Carlucci, David K. W. Cheong, Joon-Ho Choi, Malcolm Cook, Paul Cropper, Max Deuble, Shahin Heidari, Madhavi Indraganti, Quan Jin, Hyojin Kim, Jungsoo Kim, Kyle Konis, Manoj K. Singh, Alison Kwok, Roberto Lamberts, Dennis Loveday, Jared Langevin, Sanyogita Manuz, Cornelia Moosmann, Fergus Nicol, Ryozo Ooka, Nigel A. Oseland, Lorenzo Pagliano, Dusan Petras, Rajan Rawal, Ramona Romero, Horn Bahadur Rijal, Chandra Sekhar, Marcel Schweiker, Federico Tartarini, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Kwok Wai Tham, Despoina Teli, Jorn Toftum, Linda Toledo, Kazuyo Tsuzuki, Renata De Vecchi, Andreas Wagner, Zhaojun Wang, Holger Wallbaum, Lynda Webb, Liu Yang, Yingxin Zhu, Yongchao Zhai, Yufeng Zhang, Xiang Zhou

    BUILDING AND ENVIRONMENT   142   502 - 512  2018.09  [Refereed]

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    Recognizing the value of open-source research databases in advancing the art and science of HVAC, in 2014 the ASHRAE Global Thermal Comfort Database II project was launched under the leadership of University of California at Berkeley's Center for the Built Environment and The University of Sydney's Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) Laboratory. The exercise began with a systematic collection and harmonization of raw data from the last two decades of thermal comfort field studies around the world. The ASHRAE Global Thermal Comfort Database II (Comfort Database), now an online, open-source database, includes approximately 81,846 complete sets of objective indoor climatic observations with accompanying "right-here-right-now" subjective evaluations by the building occupants who were exposed to them. The database is intended to support diverse inquiries about thermal comfort in field settings. A simple web-based interface to the database enables filtering on multiple criteria, including building typology, occupancy type, subjects' demographic variables, subjective thermal comfort states, indoor thermal environmental criteria, calculated comfort indices, environmental control criteria and outdoor meteorological information. Furthermore, a web-based interactive thermal comfort visualization tool has been developed that allows end-users to quickly and interactively explore the data.

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  • Versatile Modeling Platform for Cooperative Energy Management Systems in Smart Cities

    Yasuhiro Hayashi, Yu Fujimoto, Hideo Ishii, Yuji Takenobu, Hiroshi Kikusato, Shinya Yoshizawa, Yoshiharu Amano, Shin-Ichi Tanabe, Yohei Yamaguchi, Yoshiyuki Shimoda, Jun Yoshinaga, Masato Watanabe, Shunsuke Sasaki, Takeshi Koike, Hans-Arno Jacobsen, Kevin Tomsovic

    PROCEEDINGS OF THE IEEE   106 ( 4 ) 594 - 612  2018.04  [Refereed]

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    With growing attention to sustainability and recognition of the impact of global warming problems, energy supply and consumption have become critically important. This paper presents the construction of a modeling platform accommodating cooperative energy management systems (EMSs), which virtually produces the model of a smart city with a distribution network (DN) by using a wide range of data obtained from the real world. The platform involves models of various EMSs, governing the operation of a power system or controlling consumer-installed devices, and simulating the power flow, electrical losses, and voltage in the DN. In addition, indices measuring the sustainability of the model city, such as CO2 emission, are estimated from scenarios, for example, photovoltaic system installation, electric vehicle penetration, etc. The results can be visually displayed and the platform is highly versatile and applicable to various types of issues associated with smart cities. Two case studies are presented in detail.

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  • Distributed Energy Management for Comprehensive Utilization of Residential Photovoltaic Outputs

    Yu Fujimoto, Hiroshi Kikusato, Shinya Yoshizawa, Shunsuke Kawano, Akira Yoshida, Shinji Wakao, Noboru Murata, Yoshiharu Amano, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Yasuhiro Hayashi

    IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON SMART GRID   9 ( 2 ) 1216 - 1227  2018.03  [Refereed]

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    The introduction of photovoltaic power systems is being significantly promoted. This paper proposes the implementation of a distributed energy management framework linking demand-side management systems and supply-side management system under the given time-of-use pricing program for efficient utilization of photovoltaic power outputs; each system implements a consistent management flow composed of forecasting, operation planning, and control steps. In our framework, demand-side systems distributed in the electric distribution network manage individual energy consumption to reduce the residential operating cost by utilizing the residential photovoltaic power system and controllable energy appliances so as not to inconvenience residents. On the other hand, the supply-side system utilizes photovoltaic power maximally while maintaining the quality of electric power. The effectiveness of the proposed framework is evaluated on the basis of an actual Japanese distribution network simulation model from both the supply-side and demand-side viewpoints.

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  • Measurement of cough droplet deposition using the cough machine

    Masayuki Ogata, Maho Ichikawa, Hitomi Tsutsumi, Takao Ariga, Satoshi Hori, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Japan)   83 ( 743 ) 57 - 64  2018.01  [Refereed]

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    We developed a cough machine that can generate human-like cough to evaluate the infection risk in indoor environments. The cough expired volume, propagation distance and velocity of cough, total mass of droplets and droplet size were compared with experimental results of subjects. Using the cough machine, the droplet deposition on horizontal surfaces and the position of facial mucous membranes were measured. It was shown that the number of droplet deposited on the facial mucous membranes decreased drastically over 90 cm. On horizontal surfaces, the droplet deposited most at 50-60 cm and over 90% of the droplet deposited within 90 cm.

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  • Operation planning method for home air-conditioners considering characteristics of installation environment

    Kuroha, R., Fujimoto, Y., Hirohashi, W., Amano, Y., Tanabe, S.-I., Hayashi, Y.

    Energy and Buildings   177   351 - 362  2018  [Refereed]

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    Home energy management systems (HEMSs) are the system to manage the energy usage in houses. The use of HEMSs, and especially those which are capable of automatically controlling home energy appliances such as air-conditioners (ACs), is expected to manage energy utilized in domestic field effectively. In the present study, we focused on automatic AC operation by HEMS with the combined goal of improving thermal comfort while reducing electricity costs. In general, the room temperature and electricity consumption of an AC are highly dependent on the characteristics of the installation environment. so that the derivation of an appropriate AC operation plan is generally a difficult task. To tackle this problem, an energy management method to provide AC operation plan tailor-made for the target AC installation environmental by learning the characteristics of the installation environment (CIE) from the historical operation result data is proposed. The efficacy of the proposed method is verified via numerical and real-world experiments. (C) 2018 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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  • EFFECTS OF ARTIFICIAL WINDOW IN AN ENCLOSED PERSONALIZED WORK ENVIRONMENT ON USERS’ PSYCHOLOGY AND PRODUCTIVITY

    Miku TAZAKI, Soma SUGANO, Jun KOIKE, Kaho KODAMA, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   88 ( 813 ) 838 - 849  2023.11  [Refereed]

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  • EFFECTS OF APPLYING “NATURAL PAINTS” TO WOODEN SURFACES ON VOCs EMISSIONS AND PERCEIVED AIR QUALITY EVALUATION

    IKEUCHI Kousuke, TOMITA Naho, AKAMATSU Nami, SHINNO Toshiki, TAZAKI Miku, FUKAWA Yuta, KIMU Hyuntae, TANABE Shin-ichi

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   88 ( 811 ) 716 - 725  2023.09

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    “Natural paints”, that are mainly made from vegetable oils are considered to be less hazardous to health than organic paints. They do not have a clear definition or classification by constituents. This study aims to determine the effects of “natural paints” application with different compositions to wood on the indoor air quality. Natural paints containing organic components had worse perceived air quality than the natural paints owing to the pungent odor of aldehydes and alcohol. In the natural paints, high release of terpenes derived from vegetable oils had a masking effect on aldehydes.

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  • SUBJECT EXPERIMENT S ON FOOT THERMAL SENSATION OF “HIESHO” WOMEN CONSIDERING THE MOVEMENT BETWEEN ROOMS AND HEATING SYSTEMS

    Haruka ARAI, Kanari HIRAMA, Kanako FUJII, Yuta FUKAWA, Kosuke IIHARA, Miku TAZAKI, Takako KOIZUMI, Nobuhide NINOMIYA, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   88 ( 808 ) 501 - 510  2023.06  [Refereed]

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  • EFFECTS OF VARIOUS ENVIRONMENTAL GRADES ON THERMAL COMFORT IN SEMI-OUTDOOR SPACES

    Yuta FUKAWA, Yuyuko WATANABE, Yutaro OGAWA, Ryo HISAYAMA, Akihisa NOMOTO, Junta NAKANO, Jun NAKAGAWA, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   88 ( 808 ) 489 - 500  2023.06  [Refereed]

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  • SUBJECT EXPERIMENT ON PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECT AND EYE MOVEMENT IN ROOMS WITH WINDOWS AND POTTED PLANTS

    Soma SUGANO, Miku TAZAKI, Mayumi OHBA, Shusuke TAKAHASHI, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   88 ( 807 ) 375 - 386  2023.05  [Refereed]

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  • VENTILATION EFFECT AND THERMAL ENVIRONMENT INDUCED BY ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL AS A MEASURE FOR COVID-19 IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CLASSROOMS WITH MECHANICAL VENTILATION EQUIPMENT IN TOKYO

    Taemi GOHARA, Go IWASHITA, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   88 ( 806 ) 352 - 363  2023.04  [Refereed]

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  • MEASUREMENT OF LOCAL CLOTHING INSULATION AND EVAPORATIVE RESISTANCE OF THE HUMAN BODY UNDER FOUR AIR VELOCITY CONDITIONS

    Shu YODA, Akihisa NOMOTO, Ryo HISAYAMA, Yutaro OGAWA, Mizuho AKIMOTO, Kanako FUJII, Shin-ichi TANABE, Yoshihide YAMAMOTO, Kunio MIZUTANI

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   88 ( 806 ) 276 - 287  2023.04  [Refereed]

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  • COVID-19 and Airborne Transmission: Science Rejected, Lives Lost. Can Society Do Better?

    Lidia Morawska, William Bahnfleth, Philomena M Bluyssen, Atze Boerstra, Giorgio Buonanno, Stephanie J Dancer, Andres Floto, Francesco Franchimon, Charles Haworth, Jaap Hogeling, Christina Isaxon, Jose L Jimenez, Jarek Kurnitski, Yuguo Li, Marcel Loomans, Guy Marks, Linsey C Marr, Livio Mazzarella, Arsen Krikor Melikov, Shelly Miller, Donald K Milton, William Nazaroff, Peter V Nielsen, Catherine Noakes, Jordan Peccia, Xavier Querol, Chandra Sekhar, Olli Seppänen, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Raymond Tellier, Tham Kwok Wai, Pawel Wargocki, Aneta Wierzbicka

    Clinical Infectious Diseases    2023.02  [Refereed]

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    This is an account that should be heard of an important struggle: the struggle of a large group of experts who came together at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic to warn the world about the risk of airborne transmission and the consequences of ignoring it. We alerted the World Health Organization about the potential significance of the airborne transmission of SARS-CoV-2 and the urgent need to control it, but our concerns were dismissed. Here we describe how this happened and the consequences. We hope that by reporting this story we can raise awareness of the importance of interdisciplinary collaboration and the need to be open to new evidence, and to prevent it from happening again. Acknowledgement of an issue, and the emergence of new evidence related to it, is the first necessary step towards finding effective mitigation solutions.

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  • VERIFICATION EXPERIMENT ON EQUIPMENT OPERATION OF NET ZERO ENERGY HOUSE CONSIDERING STAYING AT HOME DURING WINTER POWER OUTAGES

    Jungmin KIM, Manae INABA, Mizuho AKIMOTO, Kanta AMADA, Seiichi KASHIHARA, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   88 ( 804 ) 110 - 116  2023.02  [Refereed]

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  • Ventilation Methods against Indoor Aerosol Infection of COVID-19 in Japan

    Motoya Hayashi, U Yanagi, Yoshinori Honma, Yoshihide Yamamoto, Masayuki Ogata, Koki Kikuta, Naoki Kagi, Shin-ichi Tanabe

    Atmosphere   14 ( 1 ) 150 - 150  2023.01  [Refereed]

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    The importance of effective ventilation as one of the measures against COVID-19 is widely recognized worldwide. In Japan, at the early stage of the pandemic, in March 2020, an official announcement was made about basic ventilation measures against COVID-19. WHO also used the term “long-range aerosol or long-range airborne transmission” for the first time in December 2021. Based on the aerosol infection control measures before 2021 by the Japanese government, we conducted experiments on methods related to partition placement as an element of effective ventilation methods. In July 2022, the governmental subcommittee on Novel Coronavirus Disease Control provided an emergent proposal about effective ventilation methods to prevent two types of aerosol infection; infection by large aerosol on the air current and infection by small floating aerosol diffusion in a room. They also showed the way of setting droplet prevention partitions, which do not block off ventilation based on this investigation’s results.

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  • Effects of various environmental grades on thermal comfort in semi‐outdoor spaces

    Yuta Fukawa, Yuyuko Watanabe, Yutaro Ogawa, Ryo Hisayama, Akihisa Nomoto, Junta Nakano, Jun Nakagawa, Shin‐ichi Tanabe

    JAPAN ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW   6 ( 1 )  2023.01

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    The introduction of semi‐outdoor spaces to urban spaces and offices has increased in recent years. In previous studies, environmental grade has been defined as the level of control for the thermal environment set for an architectural space based on the use, where “semi‐outdoor environment” is an environmental grade division that exists as a gradation between indoors and outdoors. This study aims to clarify effects of various environmental grades on thermal comfort. Field surveys were conducted in five semi‐outdoor spaces in Tokyo from 9 to 25 September 2021, consisting of thermal environment measurement, questionnaires about thermal comfort and impression of surveyed spaces and real‐time sensation voting. By impression evaluation and comparison of the regression curves of standard new effective temperature (SET*) against percentage of “uncomfortably warm,” the surveyed spaces were classified into two categories: “outdoor tendency” and “indoor tendency.” The difference in thermal comfort for the diverse semi‐outdoor environment could be evaluated by the difference in spatial characteristics such as “sense of weight” of the top surface in addition to the difference in environment control. By regression analysis of real‐time sensation voting result using hierarchical Bayesian approach, environmental grade was clarified to affect the correlation between pleasantness/unpleasantness and air velocity.

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  • Impacts of implementing activity‐based working on environmental satisfaction and workplace productivity during renovation of research facilities

    Tomoko Tokumura, Yukiho Akiyama, Hiroki Takahashi, Kinuko Kuwayama, Kazuki Wada, Tomohiro Kuroki, Mikio Takahashi, Shusuke Takahashi, Jun Shinoda, Jun Nakagawa, Shin‐ichi Tanabe

    JAPAN ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW   6 ( 1 )  2023.01

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  • EFFECTS OF APPLYING ALCOHOL TO DIFFERENT WOODEN SURFACES ON VOC EMISSIONS AND PERCEIVED AIR QUALITY EVALUATION

    Marina INASAKA, Nami AKAMATSU, Souma SUGANO, Kousuke IKEUCHI, Shusuke TAKAHASHI, Miku TAZAKI, Hyuntae KIMU, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   87 ( 802 ) 846 - 854  2022.12  [Refereed]

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    When alcohol is applied to wooden surfaces, the amount and composition of released substances and secondary products influence the perceived air environment. This study aimed to determine the effects of applying alcohol to indoor wood surfaces on volatile organic compounds emissions and perceived air quality. The perceived air quality in the room deteriorated and the odor rating decreased when cleaning work was performed indoors with 130 mL/m2 of alcohol applied to unpainted wood interior and furniture surfaces. Furthermore, the airborne concentration of acetaldehyde was detected more than the indoor guideline values.

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  • BEHAVIOR AND WORKPLACE PRODUCTIVITY OF WORKERS IN OFFICE AND FROM HOME

    Takuya MURAKAMI, Masanari UKAI, Yuta FUKAWA, Yuto CHIMOTO, Kosuke IIHARA, Osamu KIYOTA, Hiromichi NISHIDA, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   87 ( 802 ) 888 - 894  2022.12  [Refereed]

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  • A SURVEY ON AWARENESS REQUIRED FOR COMMUNICATION IN NON-FACE-TO-FACE ENVIRONMENTS

    Kosai ITO, Kosuke IKEUCHI, Marina INASAKA, Miki TAKAKI, Jun NAKAGAWA, Yoichi MATSUYAMA, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   87 ( 802 ) 907 - 913  2022.12  [Refereed]

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  • A CASE STUDY OF PARTIAL INSULATION RETROFIT OF A DETACHED HOUSE CONSIDERING ENERGY CONSUMPTION AND HEALTH

    Kanako FUJII, Haruka ARAI, Koya WAKABAYASHI, Yuta FUKAWA, Ryoji TOBE, Takuo NAGAI, Jun NAKAGAWA, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   87 ( 802 ) 895 - 906  2022.12  [Refereed]

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  • ANALYSIS OF ENERGY CONSUMPTION IN NET ZERO ENERGY HOUSES

    Yohei SATO, Kan SHINDO, Manae INABA, Kanako FUJII, Haruka ARAI, Jun NAKAGAWA, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   87 ( 802 ) 877 - 887  2022.12  [Refereed]

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  • Resiliency evaluation of a collective residence with an independent power outage system

    Jungmin Kim, Toru Shiba, Toshiharu Ikaga, Takashi Akimoto, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    JAPAN ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW    2022.11  [Refereed]

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    This study aimed to verify the effectiveness of a 48-h independent power outage system, evaluate the indoor thermal environment under power outage conditions, and improve residential awareness of disasters through a power outage experience. A power outage experiment was conducted in a collective residence with a 48-h independent power system. The available power for each dwelling unit was limited based on the type of heat source, at 700 and 1200 W for cogeneration (CG) and solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) heating, respectively. The power supply was halted when the available power limit was exceeded. During the experiment, the thermal environment, temperature, humidity, amount of power generated by the CG and SOFC, and load power of the dwelling units were analyzed. We also conducted a questionnaire survey to evaluate the indoor environment and infrastructure. The results showed that home appliances could be used because all dwelling units were supplied with sufficient power, at 700 and 1200 W. The most important appliances were electric fans, refrigerators, lighting, mobile phones, and computer chargers. Therefore, the experiment demonstrated that a comfortable evacuation living condition can be realized by using CG and SOFC during a power outage in the summer.

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  • Application of a slit ceiling based on thermally activated building systems in a daylight‐harvesting office space with direct solar radiation

    Kan Shindo, Jun Shinoda, Ken Ikai, Takeshi Takenaka, Shuichi Tamura, Tetsuo Kobori, Shin‐ichi Tanabe

    JAPAN ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW   5 ( 4 ) 548 - 559  2022.10  [Refereed]

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  • Characteristics of eye movements while viewing indoor plants and improvements in occupants' cognitive functions

    Soma Sugano, Miku Tazaki, Haruka Arai, Kazuya Matsuo, Shin‐ichi Tanabe

    JAPAN ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW   5 ( 4 ) 621 - 632  2022.10  [Refereed]

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  • Building wellness performance and work engagement

    Masanari Ukai, Yuto Chimoto, Takuya Murakami, Yuya Suzuki, Shin‐ichi Tanabe

    JAPAN ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW   5 ( 4 ) 540 - 547  2022.10  [Refereed]

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  • Feasibility of staying at home in a net-zero energy house during summer power outages

    Kanta Amada, Jungmin Kim, Manae Inaba, Mizuho Akimoto, Seiichi Kashihara, Shin-ichi Tanabe

    Energy and Buildings   273   112352 - 112352  2022.10  [Refereed]

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  • Improvements to the cooling capacity measurements of suspended radiant ceiling panels to prevent under-sizing

    Jun Shinoda, Ongun B. Kazanci, Katsuaki Hidari, Hiroki Watanabe, Yoshimi Takahashi, Shin-ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Building Engineering   51   104242 - 104242  2022.07  [Refereed]

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  • Thermal Comfort Study Considering Spatial Characteristics in Semi-outdoor Environments Part 2 : Comparison of the Impact of Air Velocity on Pleasantness by Different Spaces Using a Real-time Voting System

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   2022.6   281 - 284  2022

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    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   2022.6   277 - 280  2022

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  • Combination of Office Work and Working from Home for Improving Well-being

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   2022.8   89 - 92  2022

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  • Foot Thermal Sensation of “Hiesho” Women Considering the Movement Between Rooms (Part1)Subject Experiments on Physiological and Psychological Responses to Heating Systems

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   2022.6   213 - 216  2022

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    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   2022.6   217 - 220  2022

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  • Power outage simulated experiment considering staying at home in a net Zero Energy House Part.1 Outline of target house and evaluation of power self-sufficiency and thermal environment in summer

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   2022.10   317 - 320  2022

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    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   2022.10   321 - 324  2022

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  • Digital Twin Based Evolutionary Building Facility Control Optimization.

    Kohei Fukuhara, Ryo Kumagai, Fukawa Yuta, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Hiroki Kawano, Yoshihiro Ohta, Hiroyuki Sato

    IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation(CEC)     1 - 8  2022  [Refereed]

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  • Bayesian Inference for Predicting Occupant Satisfaction in Workplace from Indoor Environment Quality

    Yuta Fukawa, Mayumi Ohba, Shin Ichi Tanabe

    17th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate, INDOOR AIR 2022    2022

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    Occupant satisfaction in workplaces is affected by indoor environment quality (IEQ), such as thermal, visual, and indoor air quality (IAQ) parameters. This study aimed to clarify the effects of spatial impressions on satisfaction. We developed a prediction model of satisfaction considering spatial impressions using Bayesian inference. Regression equations for predicting occupant satisfaction from the measured values were derived using a survey dataset from Japan. The occupants were categorized into three groups according to their degree of spatial satisfaction. The posterior distributions of the regression parameters for predicting satisfaction were estimated using PyStan. We adopted the hierarchical Bayesian model, in which parameters are composed of common parts and group differences. The distribution of overall satisfaction predicted from the measured values partially corresponded to that of the true values. It was concluded that occupant satisfaction in workplaces can be predicted by Bayesian inference considering the differences in spatial impression.

  • Work Environment Considering Emotional Intelligence Quotient of Workers in Hybrid Workstyle

    Kosuke Iihara, Masanari Ukai, Yuta Fukawa, Yuto Chimoto, Takuya Murakami, Shino Kanie, Osamu Kiyota, Osamu Kunitomo, Hitromichi Nishida, Shin Ichi Tanabe

    17th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate, INDOOR AIR 2022    2022

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    Emotional intelligence quotient (EQ) is defined as the ability to perceive, control, and evaluate emotions. Communication and breaks while working in an office and working from home differ. Therefore, in hybrid workstyle, taking EQ into account and enabling workers with various attributes to work actively is important for creating work environment to improve the workplace productivity. This study aims to identify the effects of differences in the EQ of workers on their ease of activities and workplace productivity in hybrid workstyle for creating work environment to improve the workplace productivity. Regardless of EQ of workers, Questionnaires were conducted during the summer of 2020. The results showed that communication was more difficult while working from home than when working in the office in hybrid workstyle. Additionally, while working from home in hybrid workstyle workers with a high EQ engage in intellectual activities more easily than those with a low EQ.

  • Effect of Hybrid Workstyles on Productivity of Workers in an Activity-Based Office

    Yuki Saito, Shusuke Takahashi, Shin Ichi Tanabe, Mikio Takahashi, Kazuki Wada, Tomoko Tokumura, Hiroki Takahashi, Kinuko Kuwayama, Jun Nakagawa, Jun Shinoda

    17th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate, INDOOR AIR 2022    2022

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    This study investigated the effect of hybrid working on the productivity and environmental satisfaction in an activity-based office. Activity-based working is a work style in which workers choose where and when they work. Offices that introduced this concept are known as activity-based offices. To prevent the transmission of COVID-19, hybrid working has become common in Japan after the declaration of the state of emergency. We conducted three surveys in an activity-based office, before, during, and after the state of emergency. The results showed that hybrid working improved workers' perceived productivity. However, the results were influenced by whether the workers valued working with team members at the same location. Workers who valued on-site collaboration saw their productivity decline at home since they found it difficult to communicate. In contrast, others reported higher productivity at home since they found it easier to concentrate, mainly due to the sound environment.

  • Thermal Measurement in Insulation-Retrofitted, Downsized House in Cold Region of Japan

    Haruka Arai, Kanako Fujii, Soma Sugano, Yuta Fukawa, Jun Nakagawa, Shin Ichi Tanabe

    17th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality and Climate, INDOOR AIR 2022    2022

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    The objective of this study was to design and construct an insulation-retrofitted, downsized house and examine the thermal comfort of the house. In the retrofitted house, the total floor area was reduced, and the thermal insulation of the living area was improved. Field measurement of the thermal environment was conducted in autumn 2021 and winter 2022 in Morioka City, Japan. In this house, a new open-air deck space was constructed by reducing the old outer walls. In autumn, the predicted mean vote (PMV) in the living-dining room was within ±0.5 without running the air conditioner. Furthermore, while the residents lived in the house, the standard new effective temperature remained within the comfort zone in the deck space. In winter, it was shown to have high health benefits by the floor surface temperature increases with running the floor heating.

  • IMPACTS OF IMPLEMENTING ACTIVITY-BASED WORKING ON ENVIRONMENTAL SATISFACTION AND WORKPLACE PRODUCTIVITY DURING RENOVATION OF RESEARCH FACILITIES

    徳村朋子, 秋山幸穂, 高橋祐樹, 桑山絹子, 和田一樹, 黒木友裕, 高橋幹雄, 高橋秀介, 篠田純, 中川純, 田辺新一

    日本建築学会環境系論文集(Web)   87 ( 793 )  2022

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  • 竹中技術研究所リニューアルにおける環境・設備計画と実施

    田中宏治, 畑中健, 高橋幹雄, 和田一樹, 徳村朋子, 市川重範, 田辺新一, 中川純

    空気調和・衛生工学   96 ( 7 )  2022

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  • WORKER’S SATISFACTION AND WORKPLACE PRODUCTIVITY IN MEGA PLATE OFFICES WITH ACTIVITY-BASED WORKING

    Yuto CHIMOTO, Masanari UKAI, Shino KANIE, Shigeo OHNO, Yukie OKAMURA, Daisuke NAKAMURA, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   86 ( 788 ) 818 - 828  2021.10

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  • RADIANT COOLING EFFECT OF CEILING SLIT CAPABLE OF BOTH DAYLIGHT HARVESTING AND SOLAR HEAT REMOVAL

    Kan SHINDO, Jun SHINODA, Ken IKAI, Takeshi TAKENAKA, Shuichi TAMURA, Tetsuo KOBORI, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   86 ( 787 ) 788 - 796  2021.09  [Refereed]

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  • EVALUATION OF WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENT, WORKER SATISFACTION AND PRODUCTIVITY WHEN WORKING FROM HOME FOR COVID-19 CONTROL

    TOKUMURA Tomoko, TAKAHASHI Hiroki, KUWAYAMA Kinuko, WADA Kazuki, KUROKI Tomohiro, TAKAHASHI Mikio, AKIYAMA Yukiho, TAKAHASHI Shusuke, SHINODA Jun, NAKAGAWA Jun, TANABE Shin-ichi

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   86 ( 783 ) 441 - 450  2021.05  [Refereed]

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    As a measure to prevent the spread of COVID-19, telecommuting has been recommended by many companies since March 2020 in Japan. Even after the COVID-19 pandemic is over, the telecommuting implementation rate, including working from home, may continue to increase.

    The purpose of this study is to clarify the impact of working from home on the individual satisfaction and productivity of workers in companies that introduced the telecommuting system from April 2020 as a countermeasure against COVID-19.

    Questionnaire surveys of workers who normally work at an activity-based working office were conducted in order to compare the effects of working from home and at the office. The survey targets were workers of a research and development institute located in Chiba Prefecture, Japan. Approximately 210 employees work in the facility, of which 85% are researchers and 15% are in clerical positions. In this study, the results of three questionnaire surveys are described. We conducted a survey of “conventional office work period” in February 2020, a survey of “recommended work from home period” in April 2020, and a survey of “combined work from home and at the office period” in July 2020 where workers could choose to go to work or work from home.

    From the survey results, it was found that the working environment at home had large individual differences, and the illuminance and CO2 concentration levels often deviated from the standards of the “Ordinance on Health Standards in the Office”. Despite the environment with large differences, the satisfaction level of the thermal environment, air quality and sound was significantly higher at home. It was also found that when working from home, self-efficacy regarding control of the indoor environment increases. This is considered to be one of the reasons for the increase in satisfaction of environmental qualities at home.

    As an advantage of working from home, most office workers chose “reduction of coronavirus infection risk”. Next, more than half of the respondents chose “having no commuting stress” and “having a reduced dress code” as advantages. On the other hand, “lack of face-to-face communication” became the highest disadvantage of working from home. The degree of satisfaction with interpersonal communication was significantly lower at home than at work. In particular, the decrease in the satisfaction of informal communication was large.

    Compared to the period when workers could only work at the office or at home, the period with relative freedom to choose between both options showed a great increase in the satisfaction with the work environment and a decrease in the difficulty of performing office activities.

    In addition, a high correlation was found between the frequency of working from home and commuting time. Workers with longer commuting hours tended to work at home more frequently. Furthermore, it was confirmed that the higher the frequency of working from home, the higher the degree of satisfaction with the working environment at home.

    The most common response to the ideal rate of working from home was two times a week, but the actual rate was only 25% in the survey conducted in July. It is presumed that there were many situations in which employees chose to come to the office in order to proceed with their work duties more efficiently.

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  • Electricity self-sufficiency and thermal environment in Net Zero Energy House during power outages in winter

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   2021.10   393 - 396  2021

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  • Relationship between Emotional Quotient of Workers and Workstyle in Combination of Office Work and Work from Home

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   2021.8   265 - 268  2021

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  • Electricity self-sufficiency and thermal environment in Net Zero Energy House during power outages in winter Part.1 Outline of target house and create a schedule for living during a power outage

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   2021.10   389 - 392  2021

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  • 居住者の生活範囲および熱的快適性を考慮したゾーニング断熱改修手法に関する研究 (第2報)断熱領域の違いによるエネルギー消費量および冬季の健康性への影響

    藤井 香菜子, 新井 遥, 深和 佑太, 中川 純, 田辺 新一

    空気調和・衛生工学会大会 学術講演論文集   2021.6   229 - 232  2021

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    既存住宅のほとんどは省エネ基準を満たしておらず、既存住宅の高断熱化が望まれる。しかし、断熱改修の効果を認知しておらず普及率は小さい。本研究の目的は、断熱領域の違いを考慮したゾーニング断熱改修手法の評価を行うことである。BEST-Hというシミュレーションソフトを用いて、断熱領域および暖房運転の違いがエネルギー消費量・居住者の冬季の健康性に与える影響を定量的に示した。隣室を考慮して水回りを含んだ断熱領域の決定が重要である。

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  • 居住者の生活範囲および熱的快適性を考慮したゾーニング断熱改修手法に関する研究 (第1報)居住者の生活行動による熱的快適域および健康性の改善効果

    新井 遥, 藤井 香菜子, 深和 佑太, 中川 純, 田辺 新一

    空気調和・衛生工学会大会 学術講演論文集   2021.6   225 - 228  2021

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    日本では、省エネルギー対策として高断熱住宅の普及が推進されているため、既存住宅の断熱改修が課題となる。本研究では、改修費用が抑えられるゾーニング断熱改修に着目した。本研究の目的は、ゾーニング断熱改修住宅における年間の居住者の生活行動を考慮し、在室する領域の快適性・健康性を評価することである。本論文では、ゾーニング断熱改修住宅において夏季および冬季実測を行った結果を述べる。温熱環境調整行動により熱的に快適な環境となることを示した。

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  • Environmental Performance Verification at Open-air ZEB Airport Terminal Part 5:People flow survey and visualization using LiDAR

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   2021.10   385 - 388  2021

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  • Environmental Performance Verification at Open-air ZEB Airport Terminal Part 4: Survey on Environmental Satisfaction and Biophilia

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   2021.10   381 - 384  2021

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  • オープンエアZEB空港における環境性能検証 (第3報)温熱環境調査結果および Thermal Delight に関する考察

    新藤 幹, 新田 竜, 内田 橘花, 關 信怡, 田辺 新一, 稲坂 まりな, 菅野 颯馬, 落合 涼, 大庭 檀, 浅川 卓也, 永瀬 修, 原田 尚侑, 土田 えりか

    空気調和・衛生工学会大会 学術講演論文集   2021.10   377 - 380  2021

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    本研究の目的は沖縄県宮古島に位置するオープンエア空港における利用者の熱的快適性の実態把握である。本報では、窓を開放することで周囲の豊かな自然環境を積極的に室内に取り込んでいる国内線出発ラウンジ棟を対象に行った実測調査の概要と利用者の熱的快適性および温熱環境について述べる。実測調査結果から自然換気と空調を併用した出発ラウンジ棟は一般的な空調空間より広範囲に快適であることが実測結果から示された。

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  • Study on Psychological and Physiological Effects of Urban Biophilia Buildings Part 4: Results of Subject Experiment in Sunny Weather

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   2021.10   121 - 124  2021

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  • Study on Psychological and Physiological Effects on Urban Biophilia Buildings Part 3: Summary and Indoor Environment of Subject Experiment in Sunny Weather

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   2021.10   117 - 120  2021

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  • Predictive Model of Adaptive Thermal Comfort in Japanese Dwellings Considering Insulation Level and Residents' Attribute

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   2021.6   181 - 184  2021

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  • Subject Experiment on Psycho-physiological Responses to Indoor Spaces Considering Effects of Windows and Plants Part.1 Outline of the Experiment and Results of Physiological Responses

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   2021.10   125 - 128  2021

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  • Subject Experiment on Psycho-physiological Responses to Indoor Spaces Considering Effects of Windows and Plants Part.2 Results of Psychological Responses, Productivity, Eye-tracking

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   2021.10   129 - 132  2021

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  • EVALUATION OF WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENT, WORKER SATISFACTION AND PRODUCTIVITY WHEN WORKING FROM HOME FOR COVID-19 CONTROL

    徳村朋子, 高橋祐樹, 桑山絹子, 和田一樹, 黒木友裕, 高橋幹雄, 秋山幸穂, 高橋秀介, 篠田純, 中川純, 田辺新一

    日本建築学会環境系論文集(Web)   86 ( 783 )  2021

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  • Effect of thermal environment on sleep quality in actual bedroom in summer by sleep stages analysis

    Yuichi Akiyama, Emika Miyake, Riho Matsuzaki, Masayuki Ogata, Kazuyo Tsuzuki, Shin‐ichi Tanabe

    JAPAN ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW   83 ( 745 ) 277 - 284  2020.09  [Refereed]

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    This field survey was conducted during the summer in actual bedrooms, and used polysomnography to evaluate how the thermal environment affected sleep quality. Sleep quality was evaluated by analyzing electroencephalogram, electro-oculogram, and electromyogram signals, which were measured continuously during sleep. It was found that the effect of the thermal environment i.e., air temperature, velocity and turbulence, on sleep quality varied according to the sleep cycle and stages. In relation, the effect of air turbulence depends mainly on the air temperature. Air turbulence affected sleep when temperatures were low or neutral. Under warm temperatures, air turbulence had few effect on sleep.

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  • Measures against COVID‐19 concerning Summer Indoor Environment in Japan

    Motoya Hayashi, U Yanagi, Kenichi Azuma, Naoki Kagi, Masayuki Ogata, Shoichi Morimoto, Hirofumi Hayama, Taro Mori, Koki Kikuta, Shin‐ichi Tanabe, Takashi Kurabuchi, Hiromi Yamada, Kenichi Kobayashi, Hoon Kim, Noriko Kaihara

    JAPAN ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW   3 ( 4 ) 423 - 434  2020.08  [Refereed]

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    Information on air-conditioning and ventilation has been continuously disseminated in response to the Japanese Government's announcement of the need for appropriate ventilation measures against the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19), and the issuing of an emergency presidential discourse by the presidents of Engineering Societies. In this paper, we add to the information the latest knowledge on the behavior of SARS-CoV-2 in air, describe its diffusion characteristics in the built environment, and summarize the effects of temperature and humidity on the virus. Then we recommend varying approaches of air-conditioning control for facility type.

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  • Climate emergency declaration and best paper awards

    Shin-ichi Tanabe

    Japan Architectural Review   3 ( 1 ) 3 - 4  2020.01  [Refereed]

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  • Research of Wellness ZEH Aiming at Balancing between Comfort, Health and Energy Saving in Multiplex Housing Part 6 Creation of Resident Window Opening Behavior Model Based on Annual Measurement

    Mimura Takumi

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   2020.10   273 - 276  2020

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  • Application of Spectral Irradiance Simulation to Biophilic Design Part.1 Calculation Method of Plant Growth Evaluation Metrics and Case Study Using Office Model

    Sugano Soma

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   2020.10   465 - 468  2020

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  • Application of Spectral Irradiance Simulation to Biophilic Design Part.2 Validation of Simulation and Evaluation of Light Environments based on Plant Growth Evaluation Metrics

    Nitta Ryo

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   2020.10   469 - 472  2020

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  • Proposal and Evaluation of an Equipment Operating Method Using Solar Radiation Prediction in a Zero Energy House

    Reina Oki, Yugo Tsuneoka, Shingo Yamaguchi, Soma Sugano, Jun Nakagawa, Naoya Watanabe, Tatsuhiro Kobayashi, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Takashi Akimoto, Yasuhiro Hayashi, Shinji Wakao

    E3S Web of Conferences   111   05003 - 05003  2019  [Refereed]

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    Because of the increasing promotion of renewable energy such as photovoltaic (PV) panels in Japanese houses, the voltage increase and frequency adjustment of a city electrical distribution network sys-tem will be of concern. Therefore, self-consuming surplus electricity and leveling the reverse power flow is important in terms of reducing the smart grid network load and reducing the peak load of the smart grid network. The aim of this study was to acquire knowledge regarding methods of self-consuming surplus power as well as leveling the reverse power flow. An equipment operation method, termed “schedule control,” was proposed that changes the operational time of a heat pump water heater and the charging time of a storage battery according to solar radiation prediction. Because PV power fluctuates depending on weather and time zone, this method helps in self-consuming as much PV power generation as possible. By actual measurement and simulation results, it was confirmed that the schedule control of the heat pump water heater and storage battery was useful in self-consuming surplus power and leveling reverse power flow.

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  • Development and Verification on ZERO ENERGY COOL TREE Which Providing Comfort on Hot Summer Outdoor Part.4 Energy Verification of COOL TREE and Outline of Summer Measurement

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   2019.6   185 - 188  2019

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  • Development and Verification on ZERO ENERGY COOL TREE Which Providing Comfort on Hot Summer Outdoor Part.5 Psychological Quantity Result and Questionnaire Result of Summer Measurementnt

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   2019.6   189 - 192  2019

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  • Pre-cooling Operation and Occupant Behavior Aiming for Demand Response Adaptation Part.1 Evaluation of Thermal Environment and Power Consumption

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   2019.6   301 - 304  2019

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  • Pre-cooling Operation and Occupant Behavior Aiming for Demand Response Adaptation Part.2 Thermal Comfort and Health Evaluation by Different Occupant Behavior

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   2019.6   305 - 308  2019

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  • Research of Wellness ZEH Aiming at Balancing between Comfort, Health and Energy Saving in Multiplex Housing Part 1 Analysis of Behavior and Thermal Environment Using Heat Map

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   2019.10   225 - 228  2019

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  • Research of Wellness ZEH Aiming at Balancing between Comfort, Health and Energy Saving in Multiplex Housing Part 2 Window Opening Behavior Model of Residents to Thermal Environment in Multiplex Housing

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   2019.10   229 - 232  2019

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  • Proposal of renovation to zero energy house (ZEH) from an existing industrialized house,既存工業化住宅を用いた改修型ゼロ・エネルギーハウスの提案

    Nakagawa, J., Yamaguchi, S., Sugano, S., Maruyama, Y., Yamashina, D., Watanabe, N., Tanabe, S.-I., Hayashi, Y., Tsuneoka, Y., Oki, R., Nomoto, A., Araki, N., Ikehara, Y., Kobayashi, T., Akimoto, T., Wakao, S.

    AIJ Journal of Technology and Design   25 ( 59 ) 239 - 242  2019  [Refereed]

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    <p>Saving energy in the residential is required under the influence of global warming and electricity shortage caused by natural disaster in Japan. For the purpose of promoting zero energy house, "ENEMANE HOUSE 2017", a competition of Zero-Energy House was held. This paper shows the overview of the building and equipment planning, and also the evaluation of thermal environment and energy in the zero energy house which the consortium of Waseda University and Shibaura Institute of Technology proposed in the competition. This zero energy house demonstrates a method of renovation of housing using low-insulated outer wall of an existing industrialized house. The aim of the facility planning was not only the compatibility of energy-saving and comfort but also the increase in self-consumption of surplus power. </p>

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  • Evaluation of Thermal Environment Considering the Effects of Body Movement During Sleep

    AKIYAMA Yuichi, INOUE Risa, TAKEUCHI Yuka, OGATA Masayuki, TSUZUKI Kazuyo, TANABE Shin-ichi

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   83 ( 752 ) 831 - 838  2018.10  [Refereed]

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  • PROPOSAL OF EVALUATION METHOD FOR THERMAL ENVIRONMENT UTILIZING CASBEE HOUSING HEALTH CHECKLIST:Health performance evaluation of detached houses using heat load simulation

    SERIKAWA Mao, AKIMOTO Takashi, TANABE Shin-ichi

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   ( 748 ) 533 - 542  2018.06  [Refereed]

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    &nbsp;Since a number of residential houses in Japan have built before 1980, they have very poor thermal insulation. With poor thermal insulation specification, the indoor thermal environment in winter could be so uncomfortable. The low temperature in houses could cause occupants' common cold, higher blood pressure, heat shock, and many other diseases.<br>&nbsp;Chapter 1 comprised previous studies, including ones about CASBEE Housing Health Checklist, and introduced the purpose of this research.<br>&nbsp;CASBEE Housing Health Checklist by Japan Sustainable Building Consortium (JSBC) is a type of software used to assess the health of residences. Answering 50 questions allows residents to identify the aspects of their home that affect their health. The score on the warmth is the sum of points for 7 questions about warmth in the checklist. The perfect score for each question is 3 points, therefore the perfect score for 7 questions is 21 points. Questions about warmth are intended to evaluate the thermal environment of both living rooms and non-living rooms. The first question is about the coldness of living room, the 2nd is about the coldness of bedroom, the 3rd is about the dryness of the bedroom, the 4th and the 5th are about the coldness of sanitary spaces, the 6th is about the coldness of toilet, and the last question is about the coldness of Corridor/Stairs/Closet. Examples of questions are as follows: &ldquo;Do you feel cold during heating the living room?&rdquo;, &ldquo;Do you feel cold in the toilet in winter?&rdquo;<br>&nbsp;The purpose of this research is proposing a method to calculate the score on the warmth, and making it possible to evaluate health performance of detached house by using room temperatures of simulation results. As using this method, it could be possible to indicate the necessity of thermal insulation of houses or help the occupants to consider an improvement of thermal insulation performance.<br>&nbsp;The calculation method to calculate the score on the warmth in a house is proposed in Chapter 2. Score on the warmth in CASBEE Housing Health Checklist is calculated from the temperatures that are simulated in the previous case study using a heat load simulation. The method to calculate the scores from temperatures is based on other studies about thermal sensation, health, dwelling performance and so on. For example, the score to the question of &ldquo;Do you feel cold in the toilet in winter?&rdquo; is calculated from operative temperature (OT), floor surface temperature of the toilet, and the OT difference between the bedroom and the toilet at late-night. Regarding converting OT into scores, 8&deg;C corresponds to 0 points, and 15&deg;C corresponds to full points. This allocation is decided based on the study that indicates the average toilet temperature that occupants felt cold was approximately 8&deg;C, and the average temperature that does not feel cold was approximately 15&deg;C.<br>&nbsp;Using the score on the warmth, it is possible to predict the crisis rate of catching a cold in winter. The predicted crisis rates are indicated in Chapter 3. The temperatures calculated in the case study simulation of houses with various thermal insulation levels are used to predict the crisis rates. For example, if a house with no insulation is replaced with a house which insulation performance meets the Japanese energy saving standard (so-called &ldquo;H25 Standard&rdquo;), the score raises approximately 6 points, and the rate of catching a cold in winter decreases approximately 15 %.

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  • ENERGY CONSUMPTION SURVEY OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS WITH AIR-CONDITIONER IN URBAN AREA

    Haruno ISHIKAWA, Mari NAGOSHI, Daisuke NAKAMURA, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   83 ( 746 ) 385 - 391  2018.04  [Refereed]

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    &nbsp;In the 23 wards of Tokyo, air-conditioners have been set up in all classrooms of public elementary and junior high schools since 2014. In Japan, the proportion of installing air conditioners in public classrooms of public elementary and junior high school is 49.6%, which is rapidly increasing. There is concern that energy consumption of elementary and junior high school will increase even further in the future. However, in Japan, the "Building Energy Efficiency Act" came into effect in 2016, and the thermal performance of the building's envelope and the method of calculating the primary energy consumption were determined. According to the specified method of calculation, two indices, Building Perimeter Index (BPI) and Building Energy Index (BEI) are obtained.<br>&nbsp;The purpose of this investigation is to comprehend the energy consumption situation of elementary schools in the Tokyo S ward, which is equipped with air conditioning facilities in all classrooms. First, we calculate the thermal performance of the envelope and the primary energy consumption according to the method prescribed in the "Building Energy Efficiency Act" and examine the correlation. Next, we compare the calculation result obtained by this calculation method with the actual measurement value. The following conclusions were obtained.<br>&nbsp;1) The average primary energy consumption of the primary school in S ward is 498 MJ /m2 per year. This significantly exceeded the primary energy consumption average of elementary and middle schools, 356 MJ /m2 per year nationwide and 305 MJ /m2 per year in the 6th climate zone including Tokyo.<br>&nbsp;2) The primary energy consumption of the elementary schools in S ward are classified into two categories based on the completion year. For these two model schools, the calculations were conducted based on the "Building Energy Efficiency Act". BPI and BEI for both school A of the new specification and school B of the conventional specification were less than 1.0, and satisfactory results were obtained. The BPI was lower in school A than that in school B, and the difference in thermal performance of the envelope appeared to be remarkable. The BEI of school B was lower than that of school A.<br>&nbsp;3) In addition, we calculated the energy consumption based on the type of building. The school building shows substantial air- conditioned energy consumption, and the gymnasium building shows significant lighting energy consumption. The consumption equipment ratio of the school building and the gymnasium were exceedingly different.<br>&nbsp;4) The energy consumption of the air-conditioning equipment accounts for 60% of the total consumption. The air conditioning energy consumption per floor area of school A exceeds that of school B. Converting to the calculation per air-conditioning floor area, the value for school A becomes lower than that of school B.<br>&nbsp;5) The design values of the primary energy consumption calculated from the "Building Energy Efficiency Act" were 454 MJ /m2 per year for school A and 341 MJ /m2 per year for school B. However the measured value of the primary energy consumption of the entire school was 585 MJ /m2 per year in case of school A and 449 MJ /m2 per year in case of school B. The design value was estimated to be approximately 3/4 of the measured value of the entire school, and the primary reason behind this difference is the use of kitchen equipment not being included in the calculation earlier

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  • Sensory evaluation and chemical analysis of exhaled and dermally emitted bioeffluents

    S. Tsushima, P. Wargocki, S. Tanabe

    Indoor Air   28 ( 1 ) 146 - 163  2018.01  [Refereed]

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    © 2017 The Authors. Indoor Air published by John Wiley & Sons Ltd Conditions in which exhaled and dermally emitted bioeffluents could be sampled separately or together (whole-body emission) were created. Five lightly dressed males exhaled the air through a mask to another, identical chamber or without a mask to the chamber in which they were sitting; the outdoor air supply rate was the same in both chambers. The carbon dioxide concentration in the chamber with exhaled air was 2000 ppm. Chamber temperatures were 23°C or 28°C, and ozone was present or absent in the supply airflow. When dermally emitted bioeffluents were present, the perceived air quality (PAQ) was less acceptable, and the odor intensity was higher than when only exhaled bioeffluents were present. The presence or absence of exhaled bioeffluents in the unoccupied chamber made no significant difference to sensory assessments. At 28°C and with ozone present, the odor intensity increased and the PAQ was less acceptable in the chambers with whole-body bioeffluents. The concentrations of nonanal, decanal, geranylacetone, and 6-MHO were higher when dermally emitted bioeffluents were present; they increased further when ozone was present. The concentration of squalene then decreased and increased again at 28°C. Dermally emitted bioeffluents seem to play a major role in the sensory nuisance experienced when occupied volumes are inadequately ventilated.

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  • Longitudinal study of housing for the promotion of health and well-being using a covariance structure model to identify the causal relationships between satisfaction with living environment, stress, and chronic low back pain

    Natsuko Nagasawa, Rika Yamaguchi, Ryuichi Kato, Shin-ichi Tanabe

    JAPAN ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW   1 ( 1 ) 154 - 166  2018.01  [Refereed]

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    The purpose of this paper is to clarify the causal relationship between certain factors through longitudinal research on health and living environment. Based on a questionnaire survey administered online to 5000 Japanese women in February 2011, and a follow-up survey of 3053 subjects undertaken in February 2013, an analysis was performed on 1575 people with a history of low back pain. First, causal relationships between 2 factors, "Chronic low back pain" and "Stress and fatigue," were analyzed using cross-lagged effects modeling and synchronous effects modeling. Similarly, causal relationships between 2 factors, "Stress and fatigue" and "Satisfaction with living environment," were analyzed using the 2 models. It was revealed that "Satisfaction with living environment" affects "Stress and fatigue," and "Stress and fatigue" affects "Chronic low back pain." Covariance structure modeling was used to show that "Satisfaction with living environment" indirectly affects "Chronic low back pain" through "Stress and fatigue" using longitudinal data. Accordingly, it was shown that improving the satisfaction with living environment can improve health in terms of stress, fatigue, and chronic low back pain. Moreover, it was suggested that CASBEE Health Checklist 6 score (group with good housing environment) and health variables were related.

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  • International Journal of Japan Architectural Review for Engineering and Design: Launch of JAR

    Shin-ichi Tanabe

    JAPAN ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW   1 ( 1 ) 2 - 3  2018.01  [Refereed]

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  • A BASIC STUDY ON CHARACTERISTICS OF MOLD MOVEMENT IN GLASS WOOL HEAT INSULATING MATERIALS

    Hiromi YAMADA, Motoya HAYASHI, Shin-ichi TANABE, Haruki OSAWA, Ken-ichi HASEGAWA, Yoshinori HONMA

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   82 ( 740 ) 863 - 871  2017.10  [Refereed]

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    &nbsp;Currently, most detached houses in Japan are airtight wooden structures that have a high risk of vapor condensation in the wall cavities. Vapor condensation in insulation material is a primary contributor to mold growth in wall cavities. Indoor mold concentrations depend not only on indoor mold sources, but also on infiltration from concealed spaces, such as beam space and crawl space. The air pollutants infiltrate houses from these spaces by indoor decompression via the ventilation system, and mold that infiltrates through the glass wool used for heat insulation may remain and grow on the material. In order to measure the mold concentrations in glass wool, a new method is required for air cavity sampling. A method using a Teflon tube inserted into thin spaces in wall cavities or crawl spaces is useful for accomplishing this task. The surface of Teflon is very smooth, but mold adheres to it because of friction or static electricity. The objectives of the present investigation were to develop a method to measure mold concentration using Teflon tubes and to characterize the movement of mold spores between heat insulators.<br>&nbsp;The following conclusions were obtained from this study:<br>&nbsp;(1) The mean rates of mold retention in 0.3, 0.5, and 1.0 m Teflon tubes, which were washed three times with sterilized physiological salt solution, were 5%, 21%, and 37%, respectively. This indicated that retention rates increase with increases in Teflon tube length, and it was concluded that a useful sampling method for concealed spaces must use a Teflon tube that is about 0.3 m long, given the retention rate. Data from inter-laboratory testing indicated that a Teflon tube that is 1 m long is unsuitable for this sampling method.<br>&nbsp;(2) The amount of mold spores in the glass wool heat insulator decreased the more it was washed using sterilized physiological salt solution to clarify the movement of mold spores. After the third wash, the desorption rate of mold spores in the glass wool was about 85%, showing that three rounds of washing were required to measure the mold movement.<br>&nbsp;(3) Measurement of the movement of mold spores inside the heat insulator showed that the quantity of mold spores adhering to the heat insulator decreases exponentially with an increase in length of the Teflon tubes.<br>&nbsp;(4) In this range of the wind velocity, the movement of mold spores between insulators through the heat insulator is not significantly influenced by wind in the small chamber.<br>&nbsp;(5) The experimental results indicate that the quantity of mold spores displaced from the heat insulator by air transportation was not significant.

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  • THE EFFECTS OF SVOC CONTAMINATION ON INDOOR ENVIRONMENT WITH USED PVC SHEETS IN INDOOR

    Hyuntae KIM, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   82 ( 731 ) 51 - 57  2017.10  [Refereed]

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  • International Standards for Better Indoor Air Quality

    Shin-ichi Tanabe

    ASHRAE JOURNAL   59 ( 9 ) 86 - 90  2017.09  [Refereed]

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    Indoor air quality of homes, workplaces, public buildings, and cabins of transportation vehicles plays an essential role in the health and well-being of individuals. During recent decades, interest in indoor air research increased significantly as is reflected in the increasing number of scientific publications and international standards. Various ambient (outdoor) air quality standards and regulations have been established within many countries to protect public health. However, indoor air quality standards with legally binding force are scarce. Currently, consumer demand is helping to drive manufacturers using product labels indicating so-called "low emissions" as a marketing tool.

  • Concentration of Formaldehyde, Acetaldehyde, and Five Volatile Organic Compounds in Indoor Air: The Clean-Healthy House Construction Standard (South Korea)

    Hyun-tae Kim, Tae-woo Kim, Won-hwa Hong, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    JOURNAL OF ASIAN ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING ENGINEERING   16 ( 3 ) 633 - 639  2017.09  [Refereed]

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    The authors evaluate indoor air quality in apartments built according to the South Korean Clean-Healthy House construction standard. The evaluation includes three types of residential units with differing gross floor areas. Indoor air was analyzed for formaldehyde (observed range 52.0-99.2 ug/m(3)), acetaldehyde (14.6-61.0 ug/m(3)), benzene (0.6-1.3 ug/m(3)), toluene (161.8-371.0 ug/m(3)) ethylbenzene (6.5-17.0 ug/m(3)), xylene (14.7-45.0 ug/m(3)), and styrene (37.7-112.5 ug/m(3)). The concentrations of all analyzed substances were within the South Korean guidelines. The findings confirm that the Clean-Healthy Homes initiative has led to a greatly improved indoor air environment compared to existing newly built apartment blocks in South Korea. However, this construction standard is applied only to large apartment developments comprising 1,000 or more units, and it seems that further effort should be made to extend the standard to stand-alone residences and small-scale apartment blocks in order to ensure that indoor air quality is maintained more widely.

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  • Measuring Degree of Contamination by Semi-volatile Organic Compounds (SVOC) in Interiors of Korean Homes and Kindergartens

    Hyun-tae Kim, Shin-ichi Tanabe

    JOURNAL OF ASIAN ARCHITECTURE AND BUILDING ENGINEERING   16 ( 3 ) 661 - 668  2017.09  [Refereed]

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    PVC floor material is widely used in Korean homes, and people customarily sit or lie on the floor surface. This could potentially put residents of such homes at high risk of exposure to semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOCs). However, there is a current lack of information regarding the degree of SVOC contamination in Korean homes. Therefore, this study was implemented to measure SVOC concentration in the air and house dust in homes and kindergartens, places where children spend long periods of time. The substances analyzed were 2E1H, D6, DEP, TBP, TCEP, DBP, TPP, DOA, and DEHP. Amounts of 2E1H, D6, DEP, DBP, and DEHP were detected in the air of the homes included in the study, and the average air concentrations of DBP and DEHP were 0.53 mu g/m(3) and 0.28 mu g/m(3), respectively. The average dust DEHP concentrations in the rooms of homes and kindergartens were 2,800 mu g/g and 4,350 mu g/g, respectively, showing that higher values were measured in kindergartens. The measured DEHP concentrations in the dust of both homes and kindergartens where PVC floor materials are used were high.

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  • A PROPOSAL AND PRACTICE OF &ldquo;WASEDA LIVE HOUSE&rdquo;, A ZERO ENERGY HOUSE, IN ENEMANEHOUSE 2015

    Satomi TSUNOO, Hiroto ASANO, Hayato IKEGAWA, Sakura IHARA, Shohei KOMATSU, Kento MARUYAMA, Ryo MIYOSHI, Keita YURUGI, Mai WAKAYAMA, Tomoya SHIMAMURA, Jun NAKAGAWA, Keigo KOBAYASHI, Shin-ichi TANABE, Hiroto TAKAGUCHI

    AIJ Journal of Technology and Design   23 ( 54 ) 545 - 548  2017.06  [Refereed]

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  • EFFECTS OF CASBEE AND TOKYO METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT TOP LEVEL CERTIFICATES ON THE NET OPERATING INCOME AND UTILITY EXPENSES IN J-REIT OWNED OFFICE BUILDINGS

    Gen AOKI, Shin-ichi TANABE, Toshimasa ITAYA

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   82 ( 733 ) 273 - 279  2017  [Refereed]

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    &nbsp;The purpose of this research is to evaluate the economic value of certification of green buildings based on j-reit (Japan Real Estate Investment Trust) owned office buildings. In the recent years, assessment systems for the environmental performance of buildings are being widely used in Japan. Some analyses were conducted in Japan to investigate whether green building certificates have a positive influence on the contract rent. However we need to investigate profits and expenses of the real estate rent to clearly explain the economic benefits of green buildings.<br>&nbsp;In this research, we analyze the office building annual data in Japan which was disclosed by J-REIT. Operating benefits and utilities costs of 657 buildings in January 2014 - December 2014 was analyzed. Regarding the objective office, the total leased area is under 50000 m2 and each building was divided into green building certified or Non-certified. Subject green building certifications are Tokyo Top-Level Business Facility and CASBEE (Comprehensive Assessment System for Built Environment Efficiency).<br>&nbsp;The net operating incomes of Top-Level Business Facility or CASBEE certified office buildings over 10000 m2 of total building area are bigger than that of not certified office buildings. The utilities costs of Top-Level Business Facility certified office buildings are the same as that of not certified office buildings, but the utilities cost of CASBEE certified office buildings is bigger than that of not certified office buildings. The net operating incomes of CASBEE certified office buildings over 3000 m2 and less than 10000 m2 of total building area are bigger than that of not certified office buildings. The utilities costs of CASBEE certified office buildings over 3000 m2 and less than 10000 m2 are the same as that of not certified office buildings. The net operating incomes of expired CASBEE certified office buildings over 10000 m2 of total building area are bigger than that of not certified office buildings. The utilities costs of expired CASBEE certified office buildings are the same as that of not certified office buildings. Using these results, the environmental performance of Top-Level Business Facility certified office buildings over 10000 m2 of total building area and expired CASBEE certified office buildings over 10000 m2 of the area, CASBEE certified office buildings over 3000 m2 and less than 10000 m2 of the area may be high in the value of the real estate.<br>&nbsp;The utilities costs of buildings are not always related to the energy consumption, because an energy source, a type of contract and a contract fee are different in each building. In this survey, the primary energy consumption of CASBEE real estate buildings is correlated with the utilities cost of the buildings. The objective buildings do not install the regional air-conditioning.

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  • Emerging developments in the standardized chemical characterization of indoor air quality

    Sascha Nehr, Elisabeth Hoesen, Shin-ichi Tanabe

    ENVIRONMENT INTERNATIONAL   98   233 - 237  2017.01  [Refereed]

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    Despite the fact that the special characteristics of indoor air pollution make closed environments quite different from outdoor environments, the conceptual ideas for assessing air quality indoors and outdoors are similar. Therefore, the elaboration of International Standards for air quality characterization in view of controlling indoor air quality should resort to this common basis. In this short review we describe the possibilities of standardization of tools dedicated to indoor air quality characterization with a focus on the tools permitting to study the indoor air chemistry. The link between indoor exposure and health as well as the critical processes driving the indoor air quality are introduced. Available International Standards for the assessment of indoor air quality are depicted. The standards comprise requirements for the sampling on site, the analytical procedures, and the determination of material emissions. To date, these standardized procedures assure that indoor air, settled dust and material samples are analyzed in a comparable manner. However, existing International Standards exclusively specify conventional, event-driven target-screening using discontinuous measurement methods for long-lived pollutants. Therefore, this review draws a parallel between physico-chemical processes in indoor and outdoor environments. The achievements in atmospheric sciences also improve our understanding of indoor environments. The community of atmospheric scientists can be both ideal and supporter for researchers in the area of indoor air quality characterization.This short review concludes with propositions for future standardization activities for the chemical characterization of indoor air quality. Future standardization efforts should focus on: (i) the elaboration of standardized measurement methods and measurement strategies for online monitoring of long-lived and short-lived pollutants, (ii) the assessment of the potential and the limitations of non-target screening, (iii) the paradigm shift from event-driven investigations to systematic approaches to characterize indoor environments, and (iv) the development of tools for policy implementation. (C) 2016 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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  • Design and construction of zero energy house: - Waseda University "Nobi-Nobi HOUSE"

    Natsuko Nagasawa, Ayane Shibutani, Tomohiro Matsunaga, Shin-Ichi Tanabe, Nobuaki Furuya, Naoya Watanabe, Wataru Hirohashi, Yasuhiro Hayashi

    AIJ Journal of Technology and Design   22 ( 52 ) 1049 - 1052  2016.10  [Refereed]

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    Waseda University and various enterprises proposed a Zero-Energy-House(ZEH) called "Nobi-Nobi HOUSE" in ENEMANEHOUSE2014. In this ZEH, we carried out a design for the ZEH technology, and was build in Tokyo at January 2014. After the relocated in Shizuoka, it was measured every four seasons in energy consumption, electric-generating capacity and indoor environment. This report shows design of "Nobi-Nobi HOUSE" for ZEH and result of measurement.

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  • Environmental surface contamination measured by ATP assay and attitude survey of medical and cleaning staff in the examination room

    Miho Matsumura, Mai Fujiwara, Masayuki Ogata, Hitomi Tsutsumi, Satoshi Hori, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Japan)   81 ( 728 ) 893 - 899  2016.10  [Refereed]

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    Infectious disease is transferred through 3 main routes, contact, droplet and airborne infection. It is known commonly that contact infection causes many of health-care associated infection. Control of contact infection can be achieved by maintenance of hand hygiene and cleaning of hospital interiors. However, the effectiveness of hand hygiene maintenance depends on individual conscientiousness. High frequency contact surfaces have not been clearly defined by commonly used guidelines, nor have effective cleaning methods been established. Therefore, it is important to use scientific methods to estimate the degree of contamination on the surfaces in examination rooms in order to determine which areas should be intensively cleaned. A field measurement was conducted using an Adenosine tri-phosphate (ATP) measurement method (EnSURE® &amp
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    Hygiena) in examination rooms. We set the standard values on the basis of the case study by NHS Foundation Trust as RLU (Relative Light Unit) per 100 cm2. A measurement of less than 800 RLU is considered clean, 801-1599 RLU is caution, greater than 1600 RLU is recommended for immediate re-cleaning when the measurement accuracy of the equipment was taken into consideration. The attitude survey was conducted as objects of medical and cleaning staff who are assigned to the visitor examination room. The aim of questionnaire is to establish connections between conscientiousness about surface contamination of medical and cleaning staff and the substance of surface contamination. The results of a field measurement reveal that the ATP value of the patient's chair handrail after the work occurred in a significantly higher range than those of samples before the work (p &lt
    0.05). The handrail of the doctor's chair has a significantly greater contamination than the patient's chair (before and after the work: p &lt
    0.01) because the doctor's chair was about twofold greater contact frequency in the mean. The handrail of the doctor's chair and the outside doorknob were evaluated as high contaminated before the start and after the end of medical service. The doctor's chair had uneven surface seems one of the reason of its high-contamination. The levels of contamination in these areas might be improved by changing the timing and/or the frequency of cleaning. The inside doorknob is susceptible to contamination greater than the outside doorknob because the inside was strongly gripped to open the door. It was suggested that not only the contact frequency but also the features of surfaces and the strength of contacting pressure make difference in contamination. The attitude survey showed that medical staff are attentive to high touching surface but cleaning staff are attentive to dust-collecting surface. Surface contamination level can be decreased by changing cleaning staff consciousness. In this study, investigation was conducted before the start and after the end of medical service but the effectiveness of a single cleaning is not clearly evaluated. However, it will be possible to discuss the change of contamination in the work time by comparison observed value between before and after work.

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  • Predicting local thermal sensation by using of thermoregulation model

    Yoshiichi Ozeki, Shunta Nakamura, Masayuki Ogata, Hiroki Miyajima, Masakazu Suzuki, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Japan)   81 ( 727 ) 795 - 802  2016.09  [Refereed]

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    A new predicting model (OTn model) is proposed for the local thermal sensation with ASHRAE seven-point scale under the condition of non-uniform thermal environment based on the Zhang model. Especially, the prediction accuracy to the thermal sensation of the hot side is improved by this model. To develop the prediction model, the subjects experiment in the climate chamber is conducted under the condition from cold side to hot side. The local thermal sensations to the operative temperature under the conditions of steady state are predicted by the proposed model (OTn model) and original Zhang model respectively, and compared with the present subject experiments. As a result, it is found the accuracy of the local thermal sensations in the hot side is much improved by comparing with the Zhang's results on the whole.

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  • Environmental surface contaminaion examined by atp assay before and after terminal room cleaning in patient rooms

    Masayuki Ogata, Miki Iijima, Miho Matsumura, Hitomi Tsutsumi, Satoshi Hori, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Japan)   81 ( 726 ) 723 - 729  2016.08  [Refereed]

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    Ten patient rooms were assessed for environmental surface contamination using an adenosine triphosphate (ATP) test kit before and after terminal room cleaning was performed following patient discharge. The degree of environmental surface contamination was evaluated and the effectiveness of cleaning was examined using ATP values. It was found that the overbed tables, cabinet handles, light switches and television remote controls were highly contaminated. The ATP values found on the overbed tables after cleaning were often higher than those of the same surfaces before cleaning due to a high contamination rate. Cross-contamination from surfaces having high degrees of contamination being cleaned just prior to the overbed tables could be also a reason for high ATP values. The risk of contagion, therefore, can be reduced by preventing cross-contamination via the cleaning cloth by modifying the following: cleaning procedures for highly contaminated surfaces, cleaning sequences, and timing for changing used cloths according to the level of environmental surface contamination.

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  • The criteria of outdoor conditions for operating natural ventilation openings

    Yoshihide Yamamoto, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Japan)   81 ( 722 ) 375 - 384  2016.04  [Refereed]

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    In recent years, natural ventilation system have attracted greater attention as an alternative to reduce building energy consumption. And natural ventilated buildings have been increasingly applied even in large office buildings. In Japan, outdoor air of middle season as natural ventilation season has wide variation range of temperature and humidity. Therefore, determining the criteria of outdoor air to introduce natural ventilation is an important factor to achieve energy saving and comfortable indoor thermal environment. In this paper, switching conditions to natural ventilation in 42 buildings with natural ventilation system were investigated and classified in six groups. Each type was evaluated with the reference weather data of 2000yr versions from three aspects: 1) total operating hours, 2) continuity, defined as the daily average hours of operating natural ventilation, 3) the quality of supply outdoor air. The total operating hours of the six types in basic setpoints ranged from 972h to l,278h. Continuity was between 6.2 and 8.3.

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  • The measurement of SVOC emission rate from building products and daily goods by using micro chamber

    Hyuntae Kim, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Japan)   81 ( 720 ) 209 - 216  2016.02  [Refereed]

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    Recent studies have reported that indoor house dust contains a large volume of SVOC chemical substances such as phthalates and it is showing a relationship with children's asthma and allergic dermatitis. In particular, plasticizers contained in PVC building materials such as DBP and DEHP are the primary SVOC substances that pollute indoor environments. Therefore, The Micro-chamber method is to measure the emission rate of SVOCs from building products and to confirm what kind of SVOCs are emitted from a variety of products that are used indoors kindergarten. As results, the DBP and DEHP were detected in all building materials based on the result obtained from measuring the building materials produced in Japan, South Korea, and China. On the other hand, TCEP and TPP were not detected from all the building materials tested in this study. The DBP and DEHP emission rates (95 percentile) from the PVC sheets used for the measurement in this study were 2.60 [μg/m2·h] and 11.63[μg/m2·h] respectively. Moreover, it appears that there is a different type of plasticizer added to each product and detected for each country. In addition, toys, shoes, crayon and eraser were emitted C16, DBP and DEHP and also variety SVOCs like as D6, BHT, DEP, TBP, C20 and DOA. Especially, shoes were detected 9 substances among targeted 12. These results were considered that is because shoes are made a several materials.

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  • Field measurment of SVOC in indoor air and house dust in residential buildings

    Hyuntae Kim, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Japan)   81 ( 720 ) 199 - 207  2016.02  [Refereed]

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    In recent years, indoor air pollution due to phthalate esters has gained increasing attention. In particular, phthalate esters present in house dust have been reported to have a considerable impact on infant health. This study was investigated the concentration of phthalate esters in indoor air and house dusts in residential houses (n=21). Collected indoor air and house dust were analyzed for 11 substances. As a result, phthalate esters concentrations in indoor air were 0.7∼29.3μg /m3 for 2E1H, 0.1∼2.0μg /m3 for D6, 0.1∼0.9μg /m3 for DBP and 0.1∼1.2μg /m3 for DEHP. The concentrations of DEP, TBP, D6, BHT and DBA in house dust were less than detection limit. But, these were detected for TCEP (20∼40μg/g), DOA (2∼70μg/g), DBP (15∼200), DEHP (50P:810(μg/g), 95P:4660(μg/g)). Assuming that an infant intakes 10.3 mg/kg/day of house dust in 95 percentile, infants would intake 47.9μg /kg/day DEHP which exceeds the guidelines for tolerable daily intake (TDI) and reference dose (RfD).

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  • Personalized Energy Management Systems for Home Appliances Based on Bayesian Networks.

    Shoji, T, Hirohashi, W, Fujimoto, Y, Amano, Y, Tanabe, S, Hayashi, Y

    Journal of International Council on Electrical Engineering   5 ( 1 ) 64 - 69  2015.11  [Refereed]

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  • EFFECTS of THERMAL LOAD and ITS VARIATION on SLEEP

    Ken Unno, Emika Miyake, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Japan)   80 ( 716 ) 917 - 923  2015.10  [Refereed]

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    Different kinds of adaptive opportunities are selected in bedrooms, such as air conditioning and natural ventilation
    however, the thermal environment created by these measures is not necessarily good for sleep. In this research, a field survey was carried out to investigate the effect of the total thermal environment and its variation on sleep. First, we investigated the effect of airflow and found that an increase in air turbulence causes an increase in the duration of wakefulness. Next, we adjusted the comfort equation for sleep and calculated the thermal load on the body and its variation. We found that both negative and positive increase in the heat load on the body causes an increase in the probability of awakening. An increase in its variation also resulted in an increase in the probability of awakening. We concluded that when planning a pleasant thermal environment for sleep, it is important to consider the total thermal environment and to take into account the effect of its variation as potential cause of sleep disruption.

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  • Workplace productivity and individual thermal satisfaction

    Shin-ichi Tanabe, Masaoki Haneda, Naoe Nishihara

    BUILDING AND ENVIRONMENT   91   42 - 50  2015.09  [Refereed]

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    This study examines the relationship between individual thermal satisfaction and worker performance. Field measurements and a questionnaire survey were conducted within an organization participating in the COOL BIZ energy conservation campaign. A subjective experiment was also conducted in a climate chamber with eleven Japanese male subjects, testing five scenarios combining operative temperature (25.5 degrees C and 28.5 degrees C), clothing (with and without suits), and cooling items (desk fan, air-conditioned shirt, mesh office chair). From the individual analysis, actual air temperature in the COOL BIZ office was poorly correlated with self-estimated performance, whereas perceived thermal satisfaction correlated well with self-estimated performance (R-2 = 0.944, p < 0.001). The results of the subjective experiment indicate that performance during simulated office work (i.e. multiplication and proof reading tasks) increased with greater individual thermal satisfaction (R-2 = 0.403 and 0.464, p < 0.001). The finding that perceived thermal satisfaction of occupants is reflected in objective measurement of office work performance has practical implications for the evaluation of thermal satisfaction in real offices as a means to boost workplace productivity. (C) 2015 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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  • Workers' awareness and indoor environmental quality in electricity-saving offices

    Sayana Tsushima, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Kei Utsumi

    BUILDING AND ENVIRONMENT   88   10 - 19  2015.06  [Refereed]

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    Owing to the enormous damage caused by the Great East Japan Earthquake of 2011, a 15% reduction in peak power consumption was required to address the gap between demand and supply capabilities in the summer of 2011. Electricity-saving measures are promoted in offices today for both environmental and safety reasons, and indoor office environments have changed greatly. This paper aims to reveal to what extent workers' awareness of electricity-saving has changed since the earthquake disaster had an impact on energy consumption and productivity. The authors have conducted continuous fieldwork and questionnaire surveys in seven electricity-saving office buildings in the summers of 2011-2013. Additionally, our laboratory's past research data were collected together and analyzed. The results show that excessive indoor air temperatures, such as 28 degrees C, were avoided, and the desk level illuminance greatly decreased, from 750 lux to around 400 lux, after the earthquake. People learned to implement electricity saving in a proper way that does not spoil workers' comfort, and workers' acceptability zone for the indoor environment was extended by the experience of electricity-Saving. Moreover, when we compared individual differences in the way environmental information is perceived, it was shown that differences in the workers' awareness of electricity-saving had a more profound effect on their satisfaction with the indoor environmental quality than those in their gender or age. Mechanical power-saving is definitely important; however, building devices that induce the occupants' energy-saving actions are vital. Our results will be considerably useful to other countries, whether or not they experience a natural disaster. (C) 2014 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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  • Physiological and psychological amount of people sensitive to cold and those not so sensitive in housing during winter

    Hiromasa Tsuzuki, Mariko Saito, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Japan)   80 ( 709 ) 211 - 219  2015.03  [Refereed]

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    In Japan, many people feel cold in housing during winter. In this study, focusing on comfortable thermal environment for people sensitive to cold in housing during winter, subjective measurements were carried out experimentally. People sensitive to cold and not so selected as subjects were exposed to climate chamber controlled to 5 °C, heating room controlled to 21 °C, and non-heating room controlled to 14 °C, 16 °C, 18 °C. The results of this study are as follows: (1) the whole body and hand/foot thermal sensation correlates well with the thermal comfort in both groups of subjects
    (2) in case of examining skin temperature of extremities during winter, that of fingers should be measured instead of back of hand and instep, and (3) people sensitive to cold felt cold, especially in their foot during experiment all the time. When examining the comfort of residents in housing, it is very important to considering difference of their constitution.

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  • Longitudinal study of housing for the promotion of health and well-being: Using a covariance structure model to identify the causal relationships between satisfaction of living environment, stress and chronic low back pain

    Natsuko Nagasawa, Rika Yamaguchi, Ryuichi Kato, Tanabe Shin-ichi

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Japan)   80 ( 709 ) 279 - 287  2015.03  [Refereed]

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    The purpose of this paper is to clarify the casual relationship for from longitudinal research with health and living environment. Based on a questionnaire longitudinal survey administered online to Japanese women 3054 in 2011 and 2013, about 1500 people with a history of low back pain, covariance structure analysis was conducted to explore the relationship between satisfaction of living environment, stress-related health and chronic low back pain. The models showed that there was a causal effect from "stress and fatigue" to "chronic back pain", while a second causal effect was shown from "satisfaction of living environment" to "stress and fatigue."Taken together, this suggests that "satisfaction of living environment" influences levels of "stress and fatigue" which in turns manifests itself as "chronic low back pain".

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  • Thermal comfort and energy input of heating system based on equivalent temperature of a thermal manikin

    Manami Shinohara, Shin-Ichi Tanabe, Shin-Ichi Kagiya, Kazunori Matsumae

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Japan)   79 ( 706 ) 1029 - 1035  2014.12  [Refereed]

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    Recently, residences are becoming more insulated and airtight for energy saving action. In such residences, floor heating (radiative system) and air conditioner (convective system) have become widely used. So the thermal comfort in rooms heated by floor heating or air conditioner was compared by the thermal manikin. The experiment for the thermal manikin was performed in the artificial climate chamber. When sensible heat loss became thermal neutrality, the thermal comfort in rooms heated by floor heating or air conditioner was compared by air temperature. In the result, for all conditions air temperature by floor heating was lower than that by air conditioner.

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  • Influence of sorption area ratio and test method on formaldehyde reduction performance for sorptive building materials

    Hoon Kim, Shin-ichi Tanabe

    CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MATERIALS   70   175 - 182  2014.11  [Refereed]

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    Sorptive materials can be used to improve the air quality by adsorbing harmful chemicals and other pollutants in indoor air. This study aims to (1) investigate the differences in the reduction performance values with changes in surface area ratios of sorptive materials for the two test methods (constant concentration supplying method and emission material method, hereinafter CCSM and EMM); (2) discuss whether the sorption flux "F-s" and equivalent ventilation rate "Q(eq)", which are two ways of representing the results, can accurately represent the reduction performance; and (3) suggest a method for compensating for disparities between the two test methods.Under the standard sorption area condition, CCSM yielded F-s with higher performance than EMM. The evaluation using F-s gave more advantage to a smaller sorption area condition, and CCSM was less influenced by the area than EMM. Changes in the area ratios resulted in changes in F-s, but Q(eq) was less affected. However, for an identical area ratio condition, F-s resulted in steady values, while Q(eq), fluctuated owing to subtle changes in chamber concentrations. Compensation using the HBF (Hoetjer-Berge-Fujii) equation could improve EMM performance value and thus reduce the disparity between the two methods. (C) 2014 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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  • EFFECT OF POWER SAVING MEASURES ON COMFORT, PRODUCTIVITY AND ENERGY CONSERVATION:Research on the field survey of office buildings under power saving after the Great East Japan Earthquake

    IWAHASHI Yuko, TANABE Shin-ichi, TSUSHIMA Sayana, NISHIHARA Naoe, HIRAOKA Masaya, KOMODA Hideharu, TABUCHI Seiichi

    J. Environ. Eng.   79 ( 704 ) 901 - 901  2014.10  [Refereed]

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    The Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami which occurred on March 11, 2011 caused widespread damage and electricity shortage. So the Japanese government has directed large-scale electricity users to curb their consumption by 15 percent of what they used last summer. However, excessive saving electricity forces office workers to be patient, and it can lead to productivity decline. In this study, the field survey and questionnaire survey were conducted in six buildings saving on electricity to study the indoor environment, the workers productivity and energy conservation. As a result, it was found that the rise of temperature leads to the sharp decline of productivity and comfort, and that power saving of lighting made less dissatisfaction for office workers and reduced more electric energy than turning up the air conditioning. Office workers can keep productivity if there are no dissatisfactions for them. Therefore, lowering illuminance is found to be more effective for saving electricity than turning up the air conditioning.

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  • Integrating requirements for the delivery of information relating to construction-product compositions

    Kenichi Azuma, Rika Funaki, Ayumi Hasegawa, Naohide Shinohara, Makoto Yamaguchi, Kiyo-Omi Fujita, Yusuke Kikuchi, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    INDOOR AND BUILT ENVIRONMENT   23 ( 5 ) 653 - 664  2014.08  [Refereed]

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    Information on the compositions of construction products is useful to construction designers, builders and occupants to help establish good indoor air quality and building environment. Existing measures to deliver this information, such as labelling or material safety data sheets, have not been adequate for construction products. The study aims to evaluate the status of the current information-delivery system and clarify requirements for a future system. A questionnaire survey on the current status and requirements of an information-delivery system for construction-product compositions was conducted in Japan. In total, 203 manufacturers, including two associations, and 35 users responded. Responses relating to 439 and 226 products from manufacturers and users, respectively, were obtained. Majority of the manufacturers and users responded that a standardized scheme is needed. Large discrepancies were noted between the delivery levels required by users and the actual levels from manufacturers in terms of the information-delivery range and display elements. The limitations of information delivery for manufacturers differed between composite products or equipment and products in which the compositions played an important role in quality and performance. Concerns included the cost and manpower required to examine the compositions for new information-delivery system and the importance of maintaining consistency with existing systems.

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  • Prospects of thermal comfort in semi-outdoor environment: Application of thermal adaptation studies to thermal environmental planning in Japanese context

    Junta Nakano, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Japan)   79 ( 701 ) 597 - 606  2014.07  [Refereed]

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    Semi-outdoor environment is defined as a grade of environmental control in thermal environmental planning, falling in between indoor and outdoor environment. Thermal adaptation of occupants, together with building and equipment, needs to be taken into account for planning such environment. Behavioral and psychological adaptation was found to be influential the thermal comfort, and context of thermal environment was found to be important to understand the adaptive process from literature review. Environmental context was categorized into social, architectural, and personal elements. A concept model of adaptive thermal comfort in semi-outdoor environment was proposed. Problems concerning applitation of existing thermal comfort standards were discussed. Adaptive comfort zone, not comfort temperature, needs to be investigated through field surveys considering the Japanese context suth as geographical location, climate, degree of environmental control and general-purpose of the architectural space. Adaptive comfort zone needs to lee presented together with the definition of environmental context.

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  • Measurement of SVOC concentrations in dust of four child welfare facilities

    Hirokazu Hatano, Hyuntae Kim, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Japan)   79 ( 699 ) 429 - 434  2014.05  [Refereed]

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    Semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOCs) have low volatility and tend to adhere to dust particles. Recently, many scientific papers show that SVOCs may have a health risk, especially affect for children. Wensing showed that infants take dust 10 times more than adults. Considering the health damages and the intake of dust, the risk of infants exposing to SVOCs might be high. Therefore, it is necessary to assess SVOCs pollution situation of the residences and children welfare facilities which are the main life space for infants. Although many results of measurements for the SVOCs concentrations of dust at residences have been reported in Japan and overseas, few of them are at children welfare facilities. In this paper, we measured SVOCs concentrations of dust at four child welfare facilities, to assess the degree of SVOCs pollution in those places.As a result, in many cases the SVOCs concentrations of dust at children welfare facilities were high compared with that of residences. Also, higher SVOCs concentrations were observed in rooms with polyvinyl chloride (PVC) flooring materials compared with that in rooms with wood-based flooring material.

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  • WEB-BASED QUESTIONNAIRE SURVEY ON AWARENESS AND MEASURES OF SAVING ELECTRICITY BY REGION : TOKYO, NAGOYA AND OSAKA

    TSUSHIMA Sayana, NISHIHARA Naoe, TANABE Shin-ichi

    J. Environ. Eng.   79 ( 695 ) 83 - 92  2014.01  [Refereed]

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    Some field surveys were conducted in the offices in Tokyo to investigate worker&#039;s comfort and productivity under the saving electricity after the Great East Japan Earthquake. However, we need nationwide survey because saving electricity is ongoing all over Japan now. In this study, we conducted web-based questionnaire in Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka to know the workers&#039; awareness and measures of saving electricity. As a result, similar saving electricity measures were implemented in three areas and lowering illuminance made less dissatisfaction than turning up the set point of the air conditioning. It is estimated that workers&#039; awareness of saving electricity was different because of the areal targeted value of saving electricity. Workers&#039; satisfaction of the office environment was affected to a large degree by not only indoor environment or their gender and age, but also their feelings.

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  • Cerebral blood flow, fatigue, mental effort, and task performance in offices with two different pollution loads

    Naoe Nishihara, Pawel Wargocki, Shin-ichi Tanabe

    BUILDING AND ENVIRONMENT   71   153 - 164  2014.01  [Refereed]

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    The effects of indoor air quality on symptoms, perceptions, task performance, cerebral blood flow, fatigue, and mental effort of individuals working in an office were investigated. Twenty-four right-handed Danish female subjects in an office were exposed in groups of two at a time to two air pollution levels created by placing or removing a pollution source (i.e. a used carpet) behind a screen. During the exposure, the subjects performed four different office tasks presented on a computer monitor. The tasks were performed at two paces: normal and maximum. When the pollution source was present, the air quality was perceived to be worse and more errors were made when subjects typed text at the maximum pace. No other changes in subjective responses, performance, or physiological measurements were associated with different exposures. Although cerebral blood flow and voice analysis did not detect any effects caused by modifying pollution exposure, they were well correlated with increased mental effort when the tasks were performed at maximum pace and subjectively reported fatigue, which increased during the course of exposure, respectively. (C) 2013 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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  • LIVING ENVIRONMENT AND DAILY ACTIVITY RELATED TO CHRONIC LOW BACK PAIN

    Natsuko NAGASAWA, Hitomi TSUTSUMI, Yukiko MATSUOKA, Ryuichi KATO, Takashi AKIMOTO, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   78 ( 694 ) 2457 - 2464  2013.12  [Refereed]

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  • Progress in thermal comfort research over the last twenty years

    R. J. de Dear, T. Akimoto, E. A. Arens, G. Brager, C. Candido, K. W. D. Cheong, B. Li, N. Nishihara, S. C. Sekhar, S. Tanabe, J. Toftum, H. Zhang, Y. Zhu

    INDOOR AIR   23 ( 6 ) 442 - 461  2013.12  [Refereed]

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    Climate change and the urgency of decarbonizing the built environment are driving technological innovation in the way we deliver thermal comfort to occupants. These changes, in turn, seem to be setting the directions for contemporary thermal comfort research. This article presents a literature review of major changes, developments, and trends in the field of thermal comfort research over the last 20years. One of the main paradigm shift was the fundamental conceptual reorientation that has taken place in thermal comfort thinking over the last 20years; a shift away from the physically based determinism of Fanger's comfort model toward the mainstream and acceptance of the adaptive comfort model. Another noticeable shift has been from the undesirable toward the desirable qualities of air movement. Additionally, sophisticated models covering the physics and physiology of the human body were developed, driven by the continuous challenge to model thermal comfort at the same anatomical resolution and to combine these localized signals into a coherent, global thermal perception. Finally, the demand for ever increasing building energy efficiency is pushing technological innovation in the way we deliver comfortable indoor environments. These trends, in turn, continue setting the directions for contemporary thermal comfort research for the next decades.

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  • Effect of saving Measures on power Consumption reduction: Energy conservation based on field survey in summer power-saving office buildings after the Great East Japan Earthquake

    Seiichi Tabuchi, Masaya Hiraoka, Hideharu Komoda, Yuko Iwahashi, Sayana Tsushima, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Japan)   78 ( 692 ) 793 - 798  2013.10  [Refereed]

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    The Great East Japan Earthquake on March 11, 2011 caused widespread damage, especially electricity shortage. Therefore the Japanese government has directed large-scale electricity users to curb their consumption by 15 percent of what they used in the previous summer. Most companies in Tokyo were saving electricity by reducing their use of lights and air conditioning systems in their offices. decline. Few field investigations have been conducted under special conditions including after big disasters. Purpose of this study is to find efficient strategies for saving electricity that do not decrease workers' productivity so much. In this report, energy consumption of existing building have analyzed and prepared between before the great east Japan earthquake and after. Further, it experimented on the conditions which changed an illumination setup and an air-conditioning setup under power-saving environment, and conducted the sensitivity analysis of each item in analyzing the power consumption on each condition.

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  • Covariance structural modeling-based multi-group analysis among living envrionment, housework and chronic low back pain

    Natsuko Nagasawa, Hitomi Tsutsumi, Yukiko Matsuoka, Ryuichi Kato, Takashi Akimoto, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Japan)   78 ( 690 ) 655 - 660  2013.08  [Refereed]

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    The purpose of this paper is to consider the living environment for health promotion focusing on chronic low back pain symptoms. The questionnaire survey was conducted including 4,040 adult women with a medical history of low back pain. The method of covariance structural modeling-based multi-group analysis was used. The findings are as followings
    (1) Exploratory factor analysis revealed that living environment, housework and chronic low back pain consisted of 23 items and five factors: " chronic low back pain ", " stress and fatigue ", " total hours of housework ", " enjoying housework " and " satisfaction of living environment ". (2) "Stress and Fatigue" have affected "Chronic Low Back Pain " greatly. (3) "Enjoying Housework" and "Satisfaction of Living Environment" had a slightly negative direct effect on "Chronic Low Back Pain " although they had greater positive indirect impact on "Chronic Low Back Pain " through "Stress and Fatigue". (4) Path coefficients to "stress and fatigue" from " enjoying housework " was greater in the elderly group than younger groups. (5) Path coefficient to "chronic low back pain" from "total hours of housework" was a negative relationship in non-exercise group. Because for those who do not have regular exercise, housework time was working as an exercise, could have fewer chronic low back pain was suggested.

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  • Development of JOS-2 human thermoregulation model with detailed vascular system

    Yutaka Kobayashi, Shin-ichi Tanabe

    BUILDING AND ENVIRONMENT   66   1 - 10  2013.08  [Refereed]

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    A human thermoregulation model called JOS-2 was developed based on the Stolwijk model and our previously developed (in 2002) JOS model. In this model, the whole body was idealized as 17 spherical or cylindrical body segments (Head, Neck, Chest, Pelvis, right and left Shoulders, right and left Arms, right and left Hands, right and left Thighs, right and left Legs, and right and left Feet). The Head segment consists of four layers-core, first layer, second layer, and skin-and the other segments consist of two layers-core and skin). All body segments have artery and vein blood pools. In addition, the limb segments have a detailed vascular system consisting of superficial veins and arteriovenous anastomoses (AVA). Thermoregulatory mechanisms such as vasoconstriction, vasodilation, perspiration, and shivering are considered. The physical parameters of this model, such as height, weight, sex, age, body fat percentage, basal metabolic rate, and cardiac index, can be changed. This paper describes the equations and coefficients as well as the model validation for stable, nonuniform, transient conditions. (C) 2013 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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  • 住環境と家事が女性の肩こりに及ぼす影響の構造分析

    加藤龍一, 長澤夏子, 堤仁美, 松岡由紀子, 秋元孝之, 田辺新一

    臨床雑誌 整形外科   64 ( 11 ) 1147 - 1154  2013.06  [Refereed]

  • Relationship among satisfaction with residential environment, stress and subjective health of occupants

    Hitomi Tsutsumi, Natsuko Nagasawa, Ryuichi Kato, Yukiko Matsuoka, Yuri Akiyama, Takashi Akimoto, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Japan)   78 ( 686 ) 359 - 366  2013.04  [Refereed]

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    A questionnaire was conducted on web targeting 1,000 females to clarify the influence of residential environment and satisfaction with it on occupants' stress and health. Female occupants of 76.8% reported that they have been feeling more than 1 kind of stress. Especially the stress due to their residential environment continued for long period. A covariance structural model on the relationship among residential environment, stress and health of occupants was developed. It was shown that 73% of 'health could be explained with 5 factors, 'stress', 'satisfaction level with residential environment', 'relaxation effect', 'total hours of relaxation', 'total score of CASBEE health check list'. The model revealed that total score of CASBEE health check list had positive effect on satisfaction level with residential environment and subjective health, while negative effect on stress. The model indicated that satisfaction level with residential environment had a great impact on the levels of stress and subjective health. It was observed that total hours of relaxation had greater impact on the effects of it for working females, while total score of CASBEE health check list had on satisfaction level with residential environment for housewives.

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  • Survey research on the regulations for energy efficiency of residential and non-residential buildings in the foreign countries

    Tadashi Mizuishi, Toshiharu Ikaga, Shuzo Murakami, Sin-Ichi Tanabe

    AIJ Journal of Technology and Design   19 ( 41 ) 225 - 230  2013.02  [Refereed]

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    Residential and commercial building sector accounts for more than 30% of final energy consumption in Japan and an increase from the past is remarkable. In order to realize a low-carbon society, further strengthening of energy saving measures is essential. Japanese government is considering a mandatory policy scheme which forces all residential and non-residential buildings to meet the energy efficiency standard by 2020. This research aims to marshal trends on regulations for energy efficiency of residential and non-residential buildings within countries which implements advanced measures, and to obtain referential knowledge for Japan's energy efficiency measures.

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  • Thermal comfort and productivity in offices under mandatory electricity savings after the Great East Japan earthquake

    Shin-ichi Tanabe, Yuko Iwahashi, Sayana Tsushima, Naoe Nishihara

    ARCHITECTURAL SCIENCE REVIEW   56 ( 1 ) 4 - 13  2013.02  [Refereed]

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    Little is known of workers' comfort and productivity under special conditions, particularly after large disasters. The Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011 caused enormous damage, leading to a 15% peak-power reduction to address power shortages. We investigated occupants' comfort and productivity in five office buildings in Tokyo during the summer season under mandatory electricity savings implemented after the earthquake. We changed the temperature, illumination and ventilation rate settings to investigate their effects on thermal comfort, productivity and energy levels. Occupants were more receptive towards decreased illumination than increased temperature. Awareness of power savings was increased, with more than 90% of people accepting the poor indoor environment in the light of recent events. Set-point temperature and clothing recommendations made by the Super Cool Biz campaign were followed in most offices. However, self-estimated productivity was 6.6% lower than the previous summer. Thus, electricity-saving strategies that do not affect productivity are required.

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  • RESEARCH ON DEHP EMISSION UNDER VARYING AIR FLOW VOLUME USING MICRO CHAMBER METHOD

    Akihiro KAWAMURA, Hirokazu HATANO, Hyuntae KIM, Hoon KIM, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   78 ( 683 ) 25 - 30  2013.01  [Refereed]

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    Semi-volatile organic compounds (SVOC) are contained in building materials including plasticizers and flame retardants, and adverse effects for the human body have been are concerned. It is important to understand of SVOC behavior to reduce exposure risk. The principal aim of this study was to clarify the emission mechanism of DEHP from building materials which is a kind of SVOC. First for some PVC floor tile, emission rates by three methods (FLEC, CLIMPAQ, Little's chamber) and by Micro chamber method were compared. Second experiment was investigated DEHP emission rates from cushion floor under varying air flow volume using micro chamber. In addition, the airflow characteristic of micro chamber was investigated using computational fluid dynamics. Micro chamber method can measure SVOC emission faster than other methods. DEHP emission rate is subject to the airflow velocity near the building-materials surface, the thickness of fluid film under steady state condition.

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  • Experiments on the influence of building material selection upon indoor chemical concentration

    Hiromi YAMADA, Kazuhiko MATSUSHITA, Shin-ichi TANABE, Motoya HAYASHI

    Indoor Environment   16 ( 1 ) 23 - 34  2013.01  [Refereed]

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    In addition to clarifying the indoor concentration when natural materials and industrial building materials are used and the indoor concentration decreasing effect due to formaldehyde adsorption, the purpose of this study is to clarify the validity of a measurement method for each construction phase as a method of identifying the cause of high chemical concentration. For this experiment, we built an experimental house from wall materials characterized by natural materials and from industrialized building materials and measured the concentration of formaldehyde (DNPH-HPLC method) and of VOC (sampling using Glass Prepacked ATD Tubes and GC-MS analysis) at each construction phase over a period of a year. As a result, we discovered an inflow of formaldehyde from inside the walls as well as indoor pollutants. In response to this, it is necessary to verify the emission rate of the materials on the outside of the airtight layer (for example, heat insulating materials and the back of the outer wall). An increase in the concentration of TVOC was apparent after construction of the wall materials and floor boards and a decrease over a relatively long period was not evident. It is necessary to consider TVOC concentration for VOCs Vaporization building materials, such as adhesives highlighted in the past, and also for constituents of the plastering material. It is also necessary to conduct measurements at each construction phase to identify the cause of emission (particularly measurements after carrying out wet construction using coating and adhesive) and to establish curing period from the measurement results.

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  • COVARIANCE STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AMONG LIVING ENVIRONMENT, HOUSEWORK AND CHRONIC PAIN

    Natsuko NAGASAWA, Hitomi TSUTSUMI, Yukiko MATSUOKA, Ryuichi KATO, Takashi AKIMOTO, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   78 ( 683 ) 55 - 61  2013.01  [Refereed]

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  • MASS TRANSFER COEFFICIENT IN SMALL CHAMBER WITH AIR FLOW CONTROL UNIT

    Hoon KIM, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   77 ( 681 ) 873 - 879  2012.11  [Refereed]

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  • Study on the VOC Emission from Adhesive (2)

    Yoko FURUTA, Masaaki YAMADA, Kinji TAKI, Takafumi KAWAMOTO, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of The Adhesion Society of Japan   48 ( 6 ) 187 - 192  2012.06  [Refereed]

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  • Indoor environment and productivity in a green building

    Miwa Higuchi, Shin Ichi Tanabe, Naoe Nishihara, Kotaro Ito, Asami Nagareda, Tsuyoshi Ito, Katsuaki Wada, Setsuko Yoshino, Ryohei Mase

    10th International Conference on Healthy Buildings 2012   3   2042 - 2047  2012  [Refereed]

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    The purpose of this paper is to evaluate office workers' productivity in terms of the indoor environment and their activities. The surveyed office was an engineering laboratory designed for high energy conservation. In this study, field measurements in the office and a questionnaire survey to the workers were conducted to reveal, through study of the workers' activities, the relationship between the workers' creativity and the workplace environments. The results indicated that the indoor environment was maintained at good levels. Also satisfaction of studied building was higher than the building before relocation. However, some workers were dissatisfied with certain elements of the environment. Further consideration of these points could lead to improvements in productivity. Communication was observed to occur not only at designated communication spaces but also around the workers' desks. Additionally, workers requested suitable environments for each of their behaviors.

  • Effects of various indoor environmental factors on the decay of chlorine dioxide gas concentration: Implications of its use against pandemic influenza

    Hitomi Tsutsumi, Fumihiko Shinoda, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Masakazu Setsujima, Kouichi Nakahara

    HVAC&R RESEARCH   18 ( 4 ) 643 - 657  2012  [Refereed]

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    Air-cleaning systems using a low concentration of chlorine dioxide (ClO2) gas for prevention against infection by the influenza virus have been developed. ClO2 gas is easily decomposed by indoor climate factors. Three experiments were conducted to evaluate the effects of indoor environmental factors on the decrease of ClO2 gas concentration. The reaction (decay) rate constant was also determined. High air temperatures and light irradiation accelerated the decrease of ClO2 gas concentration; the latter had the greatest influence on the decrease of ClO2 gas concentration among the conditions. A quicker decay of concentration and greater value of the reaction rate constant of ClO2 was found when a UV lamp was used; this is because the gas absorbs irradiation in the UV range. ClO2 gas concentration was significantly reduced when an evaporative humidifier was employed due to adsorption and a chemical reaction between the gas and the filter in the humidifier.

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  • THE MEASUREMENT OF DEHP CONCENTRATION IN HOUSE DUST BEFORE AND AFTER RENOVATION IN KOREA HOUSES AND SVOC EMISSION RATES FROM PVC SHEETS

    Hyun tae KIM, Shin-ichi TANABE, Tae woo KIM, Akihiro KAWAMURA

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   76 ( 665 ) 617 - 622  2011.11  [Refereed]

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    Phthalates are used as plasticizers and flame retardants in building materials and phthalates emitted in indoor environment tend to adhere to house dust According to Wensing, infants take dust lOtimes as adults, so an investigation on the concentration of phthalates in house dust is important. This study was measured the concentration of DEHP for house dust and compared for house dust before and after renovation in Korea houses. And, using micro-chamber method, for the building products of Japan and South Korea were measured the emission rates of semi volatile organic compounds. Floor product in Korea is higher than the emission rates of DEHP for floor product in Japan.

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  • Push-pull Airflow to Prevent Droplet Nuclei Leak

    MORIMOTO Shoichi, HORI Satoshi, TANABE Shin-ichi, TSUTSUMI Hitomi, HIRAMATSU Keiichi

    Japanese journal of environmental infections   26 ( 2 ) 74 - 78  2011.04  [Refereed]

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    Negative pressure room is indispensable for controlling airborne pathogens such as measles or tuberculosis bacilli. Previously, we proposed layouts to reduce droplet nuclei in the negative pressure room, however, a problem that droplet nuclei in the negative pressure room leaked promptly to a corridor when the door was opened remained unsolved. The push-pull local exhaust has not yet been discussed as a partition of space to prevent leakage. We discussed the conditions of push-pull airflow which prevents air leakage and maintains the air pressure balance even if the door has opened. We modelled installation of a push-pull device in substitution for a door between a corridor and an anteroom. We analyzed the dynamics of droplet nuclei in the corridor and the anteroom using a Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) method. We evaluated the effect by counting the number of droplet nuclei in the corridor which leaked from the negative pressure room. The leakage of the droplet nuclei was small if the airflow velocity from the push device was 0.05 to 0.3 m/s, and also low if the airflow velocity to the pull device was more than 0.2 m/s. Larger width of the push-pull device resulted in lower leakage of the droplet nuclei. Wider space between the push device and the pull device also resulted in lower leakage of the droplet nuclei. In the case of the same air volume, doubling the push-pull device width was more efficient than doubling the airflow velocity. The push-pull airflow design is effective as both a local exhaust and as a space partition instead of a door.<br>

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  • INFLUENCE OF BUILDING INSULATION PERFORMANCE AND HEATING SYSTEMS ON THERMAL ENVIRONMENT AND ENERGY PERFORMANCE

    Toshiaki OMORI, Shin-ichi TANABE, Masaharu ITAGAKI

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   76 ( 661 ) 231 - 238  2011.03  [Refereed]

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    Thermal comfort in a heated room is much affected by the characteristics of envelop, especially its thermal insulation properties and the heating system. Coupled convection-radiation simulation is conducted to estimate heat release from a floor heating system or a wall-mounted air-conditioning unit under the same equivalent temperature with simulated human body under five building insulation levels including three levels of Japanese energy conservation standards for residential building. A human body model is placed on the floor in a seated posture and controlled by comfort regulation of thermal manikin. In computations, sensible heat release from the human body is matched for different heating systems by properly controlling temperature of the heating panels under the floor or hot air from the air-conditioner. When heat loss from the bottom of the heating panels is neglected, heat release from the floor heating system is smaller than that from the air-conditioning unit.

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  • Performance Evaluation of Multi-split Type Air-conditioning System and Advancing Knowledge of HVAC Design : Part 1-Performance Evaluation of Multi-split Type Air-conditioning System

    HIRAOKA Masaya, HIROMOTO Shin-ichi, KOMODA Hideharu, TABUCHI Seiichi, TANABE Shin-ichi, KAI Takashige, HASHIMOTO Satoshi, NISHINO Atsushi

    Transactions of the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   36 ( 169 ) 13 - 20  2011  [Refereed]

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    Recently, multi-split type air-conditioning system, as it is called, multiple air-conditioning system has occupied a central position in the air-conditioning systems for office buildings against a backdrop of the convenience and the economic efficiency. Additionally, by inovationing the system which can provide simultaneous cooling and heating or which is more efficient in energy, it takes advantages of central air-conditioning system Minimization of consumption energy and maintain of good condition in inhabited environment. But, the annual performance evaluation of multi-split type air-conditioning system in the whole building has never been performed. So, the purpose of this research is re-evaluation of the air-conditiong design method by conducting the simulation and performance evaluation of multi-split type air-conditioning system. In first report, the knowledges such as the estimate value of the air-conditioning efficiency have been reported by conducting several performance evaluations in buildings.

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  • Influence by the differences of methods and area ratios of speciments in formaldehyde resuction performance test for sorptive building materials

    Hoon Kim, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering   76 ( 659 ) 35 - 41  2011.01  [Refereed]

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    There are increasing developments and uses of building materials which have sorptive and reduction ability for chemicals in indoor air, and test method for reduction performance of them has been required. For formaldehyde reduction performance test of those materials, JIS A 1905 was established Feb. 2007. Our group has developed the air flow control unit for 20L small chamber in order to evaluate reduction performance of sorptive building materials. JIS A 1905 describes the two methods [part.1:Measurement of adsorption flux with supplying constant concentration of formaldehyde (hereinafter, Constant Concentration Supplying Method (CCSM)) and part.2:Measurement of capability for suppressing formaldehyde emission (hereinafter, Emission Material Method (EMM))] for reduction performance test, but differences of test methods might provide different result values even if the same material was tested. In this paper, when changed area ratios (i.e. loading factor) of specimens under the same test method, it was investigated what differences would be made in performance values. As a result, when changed area ratios of specimens, (sorption flux( showed different values depending on area ratios but (equivalent ventilation rate( was less affected by area ratios. However, under the same area ratio condition, sorption fluxes showed even and steady values, while equivalent ventilation rates did fluctuating values depending on changes of chamber concentrations. When the same sorptive material tested, sorption fluxes gained from CCSM (JIS A 1905-1) showed 1.6 (for sorptive material DM) and 3.2 (for sorptive material TG) times higher values in compared with EMM (JIS A 1905-2). It was suggested that compensation of formaldehyde concentration with HBF equation could improve the performance value from EMM and reduce the disagreement between CCSM and EMM.

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  • A study on reduction of chemical substance emission factor with sealer solvents mitigation effects on sealer paints for chemical substances emitted from building materials

    Yasuhiro Hashimoto, Atsuo Nozaki, Shinichi Tanabe, Yasuo Kuwasawa, Haruki Osawa, Kazuaki Bogaki

    Journal of Environmental Engineering   75 ( 657 ) 987 - 992  2010.11  [Refereed]

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    Building materials emit many kinds of chemical substances, such as aldehydes and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC). Efforts are currently being directed towards new technological developments to mitigate the occurrence of such indoor air pollution. Techniquesto counter this type of air pollution from indoor surfaces include adsorption, dissolution, and sealing. The present study investigates the effectiveness of sealer paints in reducing chemical substance emission rates. A new evaluation method is described for studying reductions in chemical emissions by these paints. The method is based on detection of aldehydes or VOCs emission following sealerpaint application versus a control without sealer, and the calculation of an emission factor. All paints showed significant reductions in emission factors for formaldehyde and for a number of other VOCs. Reduction rates for formaldehyde were as high as 67.2[%], depending on the sealer being tested. Future research will examine the durability of this sealing effect over extended periods of time.

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  • Measurement of DEHP concentration in house dust in Japan and Korea

    Hyun Tae Kim, Shin-Ichi Tanabe, Kotaro Okada

    Journal of Environmental Engineering   75 ( 654 ) 713 - 720  2010.08  [Refereed]

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    Phthalates are used as plasticizers and flame retardants in building materials and phthalates emitted in indoor environment tend to adhere to house dust. According to Wensing, infants take dust 10times as adults, so an investigation on the concentration of phthalates in house dust is important. This study examined the concentration of phthalate in house dust in Japan and Korea. Specially, Korea house much used polyvinyl flooring as floor product and also used floor heating system during the winter. As a result, the amount of the collected dust per square meter in Japan house was more than the one in Korea house. In addition, the amount of house dust in Japan was more than the one in Korea house, even in under dust 63μm. And the concentration of DEHP in the houses investigated in Korea was higher than 50 percentile in Germany and some Korea houses were higher than 95 percentile in Germany. Japan houses investigated had lower concentration of DEHP in house dust than 95 percentile in Germany, and some house in Japan were lower than 50 percentile in Germany.

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  • Development of multi-split type air-conditioning system model for hvac system energy simulation based on refrigerants thermodynamic properties

    Tomohiro Ataku, Eisuke Togashi, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering   75 ( 649 ) 279 - 287  2010.03  [Refereed]

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    This study proposes methods of the multi-split type air-conditioning system model based on refrigerants thermodynamic properties that improve the computational speed reserving accuracy and extrapolability, and reduce physical parameters setting work. The purpose is to improve the quantitative performance assessment of the multi-split type air-conditioning system. The approximation method of refrigerative physical properties value using the neural network improves the computational speed. When the heat load of indoor equipment is input to the multi-split type air-conditioning system model, the amount of consumption energy is the output. It is found the proposed model can calculate approximate outputs in cases of not only JIS but other conditions.

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  • 夏季冷房28℃オフィスにおける執務者の着衣量および主観申告調査

    西原直枝, 羽田正沖, 田辺新一

    日本家政学会誌   61 ( 3 ) 169 - 175  2010.03  [Refereed]

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  • Effects of measurement parameters on VOCs concentration in the sampling bag

    Kouichi Tatsu, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering   75 ( 647 ) 79 - 85  2010.01  [Refereed]

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    For the improvement of the air quality of indoors, it is necessary to determine the kinds and the concentration of the chemical substances that emit from building products and production parts. On this study, the heating temperature, the amount of the nitrogen filling, and the heating time, etc. was executed as an important item related to the measurement of bag method. It was a tendency that the recovery percentage raises with the rise of the heating temperature as a result of examining the recovery percentage by using the standard test solution, too. Therefore, 65 degrees of the heating temperature is preferable. However, the recovery percentage is less than 80% at even 65 degrees in heating temperature, and it has been understood that it is unsuitable in the measurement in the bag method in Tetradecan. In addition, it has been understood that the bag value calculated from the chamber method becomes small more than the bag value calculated from the bag method.

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  • Thermal comfort and productivity - Evaluation of workplace environment in a task conditioned office

    Takashi Akimoto, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Takashi Yanai, Masato Sasaki

    BUILDING AND ENVIRONMENT   45 ( 1 ) 45 - 50  2010.01  [Refereed]

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    The environment of workplace in an office involved in creative work was evaluated in 2005 and 2006. The M Company has installed partition based task/ambient conditioning systems (TAC) and several environment-friendly systems, such as double-skin and thermal-storage structures. It was intended to investigate the influence of the worker's behavior and task conditioning on worker's thermal comfort and productivity. In this survey, immediate thermal environment and worker's behavior were measured, and occupants' surveys of thermal comfort and feeling of fatigue were conducted. We found that both activity level of occupant and exposed thermal environment is greatly different one by one. It is suggested that an increase in metabolic rate according to worker's behavior influenced on their thermal comfort. Based on the knowledge obtained from this investigation, needs for TAC are discussed. (C) 2009 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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  • Productivity in office with elevated preset temperature in summer - Improvement of thermal satisfaction by cooling methods and its effect on performance and fatigue

    Masaoki Haned, Naoe Nishihara, Gen Kawaguchi, Skin Icht Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering   74 ( 646 ) 1329 - 1337  2009.12  [Refereed]

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    This study was intended to evaluate the effects of improvement of thermal satisfaction on productivity by introducing cooling methods. Cooling methods used in this study were a desk fan, a mesh office chair and a fan-mounted shirt, lite cooling effect of the methods was evaluated by a thermal manikin; and a subjective experiment was conducted in a climate chamber. The experimental conditions were: operative temperature at 25.5°C with suit, at 28.5°C with suit, at 28.5°C with lighter clothing ensemble, at 28.5°C with lighter clothing and a desk fan, and at 28.5°C with lighter clothing and all three cooling methods. Under the conditions with cooling methods, the subjects felt cooler; the thermal satisfaction was improved and their level of fatigue after task was lowered. The relationships obtained from the results of thermal satisfaction, fatigue and work performance suggested that the work performance was improved and the level of fatigue was lowered by improving thermal satisfaction of occupants.

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  • DESIGN INTENT AND THERMAL PERFORMANCE OF FACADE THERMAL DESIGN METHODS IN GLASS FACADE ARCHITECHTURE IN TOKYO

    Hiroshi ITO, Takuro YONEDA, Kosuke KAWADA, Jeongsoo KIM, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   74 ( 646 ) 1347 - 1354  2009.12  [Refereed]

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  • Energy forecast of air-conditioner in public elementary schools

    Hiromasa Suzuki, Kenji Fujinami, Jeongsoo Kim, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering   74 ( 645 ) 1253 - 1259  2009.11  [Refereed]

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    Air-conditioners are going to be set up in public elementary schools. The installation rate reached 64% in Tokyo 23 wards in 2007. The increase of energy consumption is a concern as air-conditioner use spreads all over the country. In this study, the forecast of energy consumption until 2030 is illustrated. This is calculated by forecasting the number of classes in which air-conditioners have been installed and the air-conditioning load in each 47 prefectures. In addition, the energy-saving measures such as natural ventilation and Low-e glass are accounted. It is possible to reduce energy consumption to the level of 1990 by 2030, when all the measures and improvement in COP of air-conditioner are taken.

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  • The behavioral characteristic of office workers use of natural ventilation window

    Jeofigsoo Kim, Tomomi Kawaguchi, Shiti-Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering   74 ( 643 ) 1075 - 1082  2009.09  [Refereed]

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    Field survey and questionnaire survey was made to a building with manually operated natural ventilation system to investigate the optimum way to operate the system. From the field survey amount of ventilation air volume was measured and it was known that in day time air was getting out of the noon and in night air was getting in to the noon from bottom of the window
    and getting out from the top. It was known that the frequency of the window operation was low. Although from the questionnaire survey it was known that the office workers were well willing the way of manually operating. Furthermore it was indicated that the factor of the window opening is related to outdoor temperature and time. Also by factor analyzing the reason of opening and closing the window it was known that the psychological reasons are similarly important as physiological reasons.

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  • Experimental proof of energy saving effect by commissioning using heat source system simulation for a newspaper printing factory

    Masatoshi Kuboki, Eisuke Togashi, Tomoaki Ushio, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering   74 ( 642 ) 991 - 999  2009.08  [Refereed]

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    In recent years, commissioning (Cx) is attracting attention as the key process for energy saving during building operation phase. This research is particularly focused on Cx in high energy-consuming building defined by the Law concerning the Rational Use of Energy. For better efficient operation, heat source system simulation is developed and considered about the combination of heating source equipments, cooling water temperature and capacity usage ratio of free cooling. The quantity control is changed when low cooling load arises in transitional season and free cooling utilization increases for the proper setting of chilled water temperature in winter. As this improvement plan is reflected the actual building operation, it can reduce the energy consumption by 219.7 MJ/(m2.year), running cost by 2,339,000 yen/year and carbon-dioxide emissions by 8.7 kg-CO2/(m2.year), compared to the present heat source system operation. It is shown that the necessary of Cx for global environment conservation in this research.

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  • The effect of indoor thermal environment on productivity by a year-long survey of a call centre

    Shin-ichi Tanabe, Kozo Kobayashi, Osamu Kiyota, Naoe Nishihara, Masaoki Haneda

    Intelligent Buildings International   1 ( 3 ) 184 - 194  2009.06  [Refereed]

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  • Subjective experiment for the effect of thermal environment and ventilation rate on productivity

    Masaoki Haneda, Naoe Nishihara, Shin Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering   74 ( 638 ) 507 - 515  2009.04  [Refereed]

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    To investigate the effect of thermal environment and the ventilation rate on productivity, a subjective experiment was conducted. The conditions were the combination of thermal environment: operative temperature of 25.5°C and 28.5°C; and the ventilation rate: 11m3/(h-p) and 90m 3/(h-p). Eleven subjects participated in a 350min exposure and worked on three-digit multiplication tasks for 180min. The percentage of dissatisfied with air quality was higher in the higher temperatures and in the lower ventilation rates. The performance of the task was not significantly different among the conditions. The increase of the level of fatigue was more in the higher temperature condition. Correlation between the percentage of dissatisfied derived from perceived air quality and the fatigue level was obtained. The relationships of the task performance and the satisfaction vote of the indoor environment and the level of fatigue were obtained.

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  • Methodology for developing reusable object-oriented scheduler classes applicable for long term building energy simulation

    Eisuke Togashi, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering   74 ( 638 ) 517 - 523  2009.04  [Refereed]

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    The aim of this study is to accelerate simulation software developments by abstraction of source code. ITermStructure the "interface" for a time period is developed to make complex term structure general. By using "Composite-Pattern", all the concrete term classes which implement ITermStructure can be integrated into complex tree structure. By using "Generics", specifications of schedules class shall not be specified until scheduler classes is declared and instantiated by a client code. Since the program code developed in this research and a code made by a client were separated clearly, developed scheduler classes is generally applicable for long term simulation programs.

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  • The effect of moderately hot environment on performance and fatigue evaluated by subjective experiment of long time exposure

    Masaya Nishikawa, Naoe Nishihara, Shin Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering   74 ( 638 ) 525 - 530  2009.04  [Refereed]

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    In this study, a subjective experiment was conducted in a climatic chamber to investigate the effect of moderately hot environment on performance, fatigue, and especially the relationship between performance and fatigue. The climatic chamber was conditioned at operative temperature of 25°C (insulation value of 0.96clo), 28°C (insulation value of 0.96clo), and 28°C (insulation value of 0.61clo). Fourteen subjects were exposed in the environment for six hours. In this experiment subjects' performance at 28°C condition was lower than at 25°C condition, while they felt fatigue more strongly at 28°C condition than at 25°C condition. Besides, correlation between personal rates of complaints of fatigue and performance in z-score was observed with correlation coefficient of -0.72. From the linear regression model, increase in 10% of fatigue corresponded to the decrement in z-score by 0.083point.

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  • A field measurement of thermal environment in COOL BIZ office and the evaluation on productivity by a questionnaire survey

    Masaoki Haneda, Naoe Nishihara, Shunsuke Nakamura, Satoshi Uchida, Shin Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering   74 ( 637 ) 389 - 396  2009.03  [Refereed]

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    A field measurement was conducted to investigate the thermal environment of an office with preset temperature of 28°C in summer. A questionnaire survey on the workers was also conducted during the measurement to evaluate the effect of the thermal environment on productivity. The air temperature tended to be higher in the area with high density of heat sources. The air temperature could reach over 30°C at the time when the air-conditioning system started its operation in the mornings. Fluctuation of the supply air temperature was observed after the room temperature reached to the setting. To elevate the preset temperature in the existing buildings, systematic and operational adjustments of HVAC systems may be necessary for proper thermal environmental control. From the questionnaire, over 70% of the workers were thermally dissatisfied in July and August. The correlations were obtained that when the workers are thermally satisfied, the self-estimated performance is higher and the level of fatigue is lower.

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  • Statistical data analysis method for multi-zonal airflow measurement using multiple kinds of perfluorocarbon tracer gas

    Hiroyasu Okuyama, Yoshinori Onishi, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Seiichi Kashihara

    Building and Environment   44 ( 3 ) 546 - 557  2009.03  [Refereed]

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    Conventional multi-zonal ventilation measurement methods by multiple types of perfluorocarbon tracers use a number of different gases equal to the number of zones (n). The possible n x n+n airflows are estimated from the mass balance of the gases and the airflow balance. However, some airflows may not occur because of inter-zonal geometry, and the introduction of unnecessary, unknown parameters can impair the accuracy of the estimation. Also, various error factors often yield an irrational negative airflow rate. Conventional methods are insufficient for the evaluation of error. This study describes a way of using the least-squares technique to improve the precision of estimation and to evaluate reliability. From the equations' residual, the error variance-covariance matrix Lambda(q) of the estimated airflow rate error is deduced. In addition, the coefficient of determinant using the residual sum of squares and total variation is introduced. Furthermore, the error matrix (m)Lambda(q) from the measurement errors in the gas concentration and gas emission rate is deduced. The discrepancy ratio of the model premises is defined by dividing the diagonal elements of the former by those of the latter. Moreover, the index of irrationality of the estimated negative airflow rate is defined, based on the different results of the three estimation methods. Some numerical experiments are also carried out to verify the flow rate estimation and the reliability evaluation theory. (C) 2008 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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  • Measurement of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) into the Vehicle Cabin

    TATSU Kouichi, TANABE Shin-ichi

    Transactions of the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   34 ( 153 ) 27 - 35  2009

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    The rise of the concern to the air quality in recent years was received, and Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA) announced the self-imposed restraint concerning the VOCs decrease of the vehicle cabin. However, because the case of making public with the measurement data was few, the VOCs concentration and substances that was the emitted from the measurement of the vehicle cabin were measured in this study. As a result, it has been understood that the TVOC concentration might not be decreased though it is a vehicle where substances such as toluene and xylene are decreased. Moreover, the substances that emitted from parts with generation gas concentrate device (MSTD) was measured, and estimate of the VOC concentration in the cabin was tried from parts. As a result, to raise the estimate accuracy, needing the thing matched to an actual component temperature has understood the setting of the component temperature. It is understood that the SVOCs is emitted from parts, too, and has understood the decrease of the concentration that parts contain is necessary for similar VOCs. The toluene content of parts with the highest concentration of the toluene has been decreased. The toluene concentration in the cabin has decreased by using the toluene decrease part for the vehicle.

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  • Comparison of PFT method with SF6 constant-injection, CO 6 constant-concentration and theoretical calculation method for ventilation measurement under cyclic reversal

    Hoon Kim, Shin-Ichi Tanabe, Masaki Tajima, Yukitada Murae

    Journal of Environmental Engineering   74 ( 635 ) 47 - 54  2009.01  [Refereed]

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    Simpler and easier measurement method is required for ventilation rate. Improved PFT (Perfluorocarbon Tracergas) method by our group, which is a passive constant emission and passive sampling system, is applied in this paper. In order to verify the precision of PFT method, field measurements were conducted using three tracer gas techniques (PFT passive constant-emission, SF6 constant-injection and CO2 constant-concentration method) in a multi-family residential building with pressure control chambers. Differential pressures between indoor and outdoor were measured simultaneously and ventilation rates were calculated. Four measurement methods were applied simultaneously under four ventilation conditions. PFT method may include its unique errors referred from passive technique and might overestimate AERs (Air Exchange Rates) in cyclic reversal conditions of airflow. Under all other conditions except PFT method of condition 3, the results obtained from four methods agreed well with each other. In addition, as a result of the numerical calculation, the PFT method was suggested that it might have possibility to overevaluate a ventilation rate when the reversing cycle was relatively long over the stationary state arrival time. Under disturbance conditions except a long term cyclic reversal of airflow, however, the availability of PFT method for ventilation rate was verified.

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  • Fundamental evaluation of the performance field experiment and model experiment of air-conditioning system with floor thermal storage

    Jeongsoo Kim, Hajime Matsuura, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering   74 ( 635 ) 63 - 70  2009.01  [Refereed]

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    Fundamental evaluation of the performance field experiment and model experiment of air-conditioning system with floor thermal storage were analysed on following 3 aspects. 1) The temperature distribution to the floor slab was able to be confirmed by the distributed temperature sensor on the field measured data. 2) The domination of the system was able to be verified by understanding the building heat characteristic based on the comparison of a variety driving patterns. 3) The influence that the supply temperature and the supply distance gave to the amount of the thermal storage was able to be confirmed by the model experiment.

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  • The thermal performance by future forecast model of glass facade buildings

    Jeongsoo Kim, Hiroshi Ito, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering   74 ( 646 ) 1283 - 1289  2009  [Refereed]

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    The purpose of this study was to calculate future energy consumption in case new improvement glass facade design is adopted. At fast, glass facade buildings in Tokyo were investigated through the use of the architectural magazines. Questionnaire was consisted of glass facade detail survey. 'Total energy consumption figure calculated from PAL simulated by a heat and air transfer system simulation program for building and from total glass area. If increasing rate of glass area was small and "PAL = 200" and "Efficient heat source system" were innovated, energy consumption from glass facade buildings was heiow the 2008 value. It was understood mat beefing up the current standards drastically and innovating the method of thermal high-performance design of building facade were needed.

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  • Definition of hvac system component with object oriented language for modular structure simulation program

    Eisuke Togashi, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering   73 ( 634 ) 1377 - 1382  2008.12  [Refereed]

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    Recent years, a great number of simulation programs for a HVAC system are developed with the increase of computational capacity. Some of them have a modular structure to improve flexibility and reusability. In this paper, abstract class of HVAC devices was developed to give modules greater independence. Using template method pattern and adopter pattern, new modules were easily added without compiling whole program such as numeric solvers or user interfaces. Three HVAC components written in different programming languages (namely, C#, C++, and Basic) were simultaneously solved. Components from HVACSIM+(J) and TRNSYS written in FORTRAN also worked effectively.

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  • オフィス空間における湿度が熱的快適性に与える影響に関する研究 第2報-空気温度・相対湿度を変数とした等SET*条件での被験者実験

    田辺新一, 堤仁美, 鈴木孝佳

    空気調和・衛生工学会論文集   No.137 ( 137 ) 1 - 8  2008.08  [Refereed]

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    Subjective experiments were conducted in order to investigate the effect of indoor humidity on subjective thermal comfort under the constant SET^* conditions. Two levels of SET^*, SET^*26℃ and SET^*28℃, were set. Four relative humidity conditions, 35%RH, 55%RH, 65%RH and 75%RH, were examined for each SET^*, adjusting the air temperature. Subjects were exposed in a climate chamber for 180 minutes. They were asked to walk up and down 12 steps every 10-minute during the first 90 minute, 20 steps every 5-minute during next 15 minutes, and then 12 steps every 10-minute again during the last 75 minutes. Effects of indoor humidity on subjectve thermal comfort, humidity sensation were moderate under the steady state. It would be because of higher temperature at lower humidity in order SET^* to be kept at constant for 4 humidity conditions. People felt the air was warmer and reported greater discomfort at high humidity when their metaboric rate was higher. Subjective dryness sensation was lower under the transient conditions with 1.6met of metabolic rate than steady state with 1.2met. It was observed that their skin moisture was significantly higher at high humidity even under the constant SET^* conditions.

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  • VOCs measurement using sampling bag

    Kouichi Tatsu, Shin-Ichi Tanabe, Kunihiro Hoshino, Katsuji Sato

    Journal of Environmental Engineering   73 ( 629 ) 911 - 916  2008.07  [Refereed]

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    In the improvement of the air quality of indoors, it is necessary to determine the kind and the concentration of the chemical substances that emit from building products and production parts. In this paper, the investigation of the following three items was executed. 1. The background concentration and the background substances of three kinds of bags (PVF, FEP, ALF) were evaluated. 2. A standard solution was dropped to the bag and the collection rate of each VOC substances was measured. 3. The calculation of the Emission rate was tried by measuring VOC emitted from permeate tube using the Bag method. In these experiments we found that the background concentration of FEP was the lowest in three kinds of bags. It was confirmed that collection rate of DEHP was low. But Some VOCs such as toluene was a high collection rate. Moreover, emission rate from the bag method is steady from stirring it when sampling it.

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  • Subjective experiments on productivity under 800LX and 3LX lighting conditions

    Masaya Nishikawa, Naoe Nishihara, Shin Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering   73 ( 625 ) 349 - 353  2008.03  [Refereed]

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    In previous studies, it was difficult to evaluate the productivity only by task performance. In this study, we tried to evaluate productivity not only by task performance but also by human reaction, which especially meant fatigue. Fatigue was measured by subjective votes and biological signal, which were human voice and flicker value. It is said that the Lyapunov index of human voice has possibility to evaluate fatigue. The experiment was conducted under the condition of 800k and 3k to examine the effect of light environment on productivity. Subjects were fourteen. As a result of the experiment, we could not find a significant difference on task performance of addition task between 31x and 8001x conditions. On the other hand, the increasing rate of symptoms from subjective votes was significantly higher on 3k conditions than on 800k, and a standard deviation of Lyapunov index of "g", "p" increased more under 3k than 800k. There were significant differences on fatigue in the experiment.

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  • Subjective experiment for the effect of road traffic noise on productivity

    Masaoki Haneda, Naoe Nishihara, Shin Ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Environmental Engineering   73 ( 625 ) 355 - 362  2008.03  [Refereed]

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    A subjective experiment was conducted to examine the influence of road traffic noise on productivity. Multiplication task or short-term memorization task were assigned to thirty-two subjects in the indoor environment with only background noise (LAeq32dB) or with recorded road traffic noise (LAeq70dB). As a result, subjects evaluated the environment with road traffic noise as significantly unacceptable and discomfort compared to the environment with only background noise. From the correlation analysis, subjects who reported higher acceptability on the indoor environment tended to be less tired and were able to maintain higher concentration on task. The evaluation of indoor environment by occupants can be related to their state at work.

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  • Performance evaluation and load leveling effect by n atr1u m-salfer battery system based on bms data

    Eisuke Togashi, Shitncki Tanabe, Keizo Yokoyama, Ariy Oshii

    Journal of Environmental Engineering   73 ( 623 ) 61 - 67  2008.01  [Refereed]

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    Demand for electric power in private sector is increasing year by year in Japan. Especially during summer season, a high demand for electricity exists due to cooling load. Since an excess of capacity reduces the efficiency of electrical power plant, load leveling is needed. Natrium-Sulfur (NaS) energy storage system is a new technology that provides load leveling. In this paper, actual operation performance of NaS energy storage system was evaluated based on real operating data collected from building management system. Efficiency of NaS energy storage system was 73% including power conversion system (PCS). Power consumption of auxiliary machine (mostly electrical heater) was also measured and reported. Total efficiency of NaS storage system was evaluated in a correlation with average outdoor air temperature, and takes value between 50%~65%.

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  • Effect of humidity on human comfort and productivity after step changes from warm and humid environment

    Hitomi Tsutsumi, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Junkichi Harigaya, Yasuo Iguchi, Gen Nakamura

    BUILDING AND ENVIRONMENT   42 ( 12 ) 4034 - 4042  2007.12  [Refereed]

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    Subjective experiments were conducted to evaluate the effects of humidity on human comfort and productivity under transient conditions from hot and humid environment to thermally neutral condition. Two climate chambers, "Chamber 1" and "Chamber 2", adjoined each other were used for this study. Subjects were exposed to 30 degrees C/70%RH air in Chamber 1 for 15 min with 2.0 met of metabolic rate. Then they moved into Chamber 2, where 4 humidity conditions, 30, 40, 50 and 70%RH were examined. Air temperature was adjusted to keep SET* constant at 25.2 degrees C for all conditions. Subjects were exposed in Chamber 2 for 180 min performing 2 kinds of simulated office work.Positive effects of low humidity on subjective pleasantness were found under transient condition at low humidity due to more evaporation from human body, while no significant difference in thermal sensation and humidity sensation among 4 relative humidity levels was obtained. Subjective performance was found to be at the same level under all conditions. However, subjects reported to be more tired at 70%RH after humidity step change. (C) 2006 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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  • Thermal sensation and comfort with different task conditioning systems

    Hideyuki Amai, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Takashi Akimoto, Takeshi Genma

    BUILDING AND ENVIRONMENT   42 ( 12 ) 3955 - 3964  2007.12  [Refereed]

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    Subjective experiments with task conditioning systems, 3DU(+), PEM, TU, and RCU were conducted to investigate the effect of three different types of Task air-conditioning systems on thermal comfort in a climate chamber. The chamber was conditioned at 28 degrees C/50%RH with task systems and 26 degrees C/50%RH without them. Under the condition with the task conditioning systems, the average rating of comfort sensation was between comfortable (0) and slightly uncomfortable (-1). For males it was between -0.5 and -0.7 and for females between -0.3 and -0.4. This was equal to or even better than that in condition without task system. It was found that these systems were effective in providing thermal comfort. The parts to which subjects wanted to diffuse air were different for each system. However, the individual control of task conditioning system contributed to create the preferred environment. (C) 2006 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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  • INVESTIGATION ON MANAGEMENT OF NATURAL VENTILATION SYSTEM

    Yoshihide YAMAMOTO, Masatoshi KUBOKI, Hiromasa SUZUKI, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   72 ( 619 ) 9 - 16  2007.09  [Refereed]

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    In recent years, natural ventilation system is widely used for sustainable buildings. However, systems without proper managements and maintenances are often observed. Noise and pollution are major problems in the urban environment. Wide investigation was conducted for 72 buildings. The reason of less use of natural ventilation system was investigated by the field measurements and questionnaire to the designers, building managers and occupants. The reasons are classified into three categories, 1) complains of occupants, 2) control system of natural ventilation, 3) clear understanding of the natural ventilation system by building managers and occupants. It is found that the actual use time of natural ventilation system tends to decrease and that the designers need to keep contact to the building managers and check whether the system run without problem for long time after it starts to be operated. Sustainable operation was discussed in this paper.

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  • Indoor temperature, productivity, and fatigue in office tasks

    Shin-ichi Tanabe, Naoe Nishihara, Masaoki Haneda

    HVAC&R RESEARCH   13 ( 4 ) 623 - 633  2007.07  [Refereed]

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    The current status of Japanese office buildings is taken as an example and the balance of environmental concerns and office productivity are discussed. To promote the effort for energy conservation, it is important to estimate the indoor environmental quality from the aspect of office workers' productivity. Our experiments on the effect of moderately high temperature on productivity are noted. They showed that the effects of thermal environment on task performance were contradictory among the task types. However, the subjects complained of the feeling of mental fatigue more, and more cerebral blood flow was required to maintain the same level of task performance in the hot condition than at a thermal neutral condition. For evaluating task performance, the cost of maintaining performance, namely, fatigue and mental effort, is important in evaluating and predicting productivity. For long periods of exposure, indoor air temperature has effects on workers' performance.

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  • Generation of sub-micron particles and secondary pollutants from building materials by ozone reaction

    Taisuke Aoki, Shin-ichi Tanabe

    ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT   41 ( 15 ) 3139 - 3150  2007.05  [Refereed]

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    This study reports results from two different experiments examining reactions between ozone and common building materials that can lead to the formation of secondary products and particulate-phase materials. Monitored species include sub-micron particles and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). In the first set of experiments, various building materials were placed in a 20 L stainless-steel chamber and exposed to ozone. The materials included expanded polystyrene, a natural rubber adhesive, cedar board, Japanese Cyprus board and silver fir board, as well as d-limonene, which is a known constituent of certain woods and cleaning products. The combination of ozone and either d-limonene, cedar board or cypress board produced sub-micron particles, with most of the increase occurring in the size range of 0.01-0.5 mu m diameter. This was not observed for the other materials. In the case of cedar board, the consequence of ozone exposure over an extended time interval was monitored. As the exposure time elapsed, the concentration of sub-micron particles moderately decreased. In the second set of experiments, unwaxed or waxed plastic tiles were placed in the 20 L chamber and exposed to ozone. Sub-micron particles and organic compounds were measured during the course of the experiments. In the case of the waxed tile, the number of 0.0 1-1.0 mu m size particles grew about 50 x 108 particles m(-3); particle growth was significantly less for the un-waxed tile. For both the waxed and un-waxed tiles, the emission rates of heptane, nonane, nonanal, and decanal increased after ozone was added to the supply air. (However, it is not clear if some or all of this production was due to ozone reacting with the sorbent used for sampling or with compounds captured by the sorbent.) This study provides further evidence that ozone-initiated reactions with building materials can be a significant source of both sub-micron particles and secondary organic compounds in indoor environments. (C) 2006 Published by Elsevier Ltd.

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  • Effect of Car Cabin Environment on Driver's Comfort and Fatigue

    Hitomi Tsutsumi, Yoshitaka Hoda, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Akiko Arishiro

    SAE Technical Paper Series    2007.04  [Refereed]

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  • Indoor Environmental Quality and Productivity

    Shin-ichi Tanabe, Masaoki Haneda, Naoe Nishihara

    REHVA Journal   44 ( 2 ) 26 - 31  2007.02  [Refereed]

  • Performance evaluation measures for workplace productivity

    Shin Ichi Tanabe, Naoe Nishihara, Masaoki Haneda

    IAQVEC 2007 Proceedings - 6th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality, Ventilation and Energy Conservation in Buildings: Sustainable Built Environment   2   663 - 670  2007  [Refereed]

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    To promote the effort for energy conservation, it is also important to estimate the indoor environmental quality (IEQ) from the aspect of office worker's productivity. In this paper, a field survey in a call-center was explained with the main result relating the indoor air temperature and the performance of the communicators. Then, an example of economical effect of changing the preset temperature of the air-conditioning system in summer was estimated based on the findings from the field survey. It was suggested that the benefit by the reduction in the running cost and the reduction of the CO 2 emission would be minimal compared to the possible cost generated by the performance decrement. The reduction in the emission of greenhouse gases is essential for the world wide concern of the global warming issue; however, it is also important to give considerations on productivity for the measures in offices. Finally, a tool was introduced to measure objectively the performance level of the office workers with several standard tests.

  • Monitoring cerebral blood flow for objective evaluation of relationship productivity and thermal environment

    Naoe Nishihara, Shin Ichi Tanabe

    IAQVEC 2007 Proceedings - 6th International Conference on Indoor Air Quality, Ventilation and Energy Conservation in Buildings: Sustainable Built Environment   2   655 - 662  2007  [Refereed]

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    It is difficult to evaluate the effect of indoor environmental quality on productivity by measuring only task performance. In this study, the monitoring of cerebral blood flow during task by Near Infrared Spectroscopy is introduced as one of the objective evaluation methods of workers' human response that are factors affecting task performance. The results of three subjective experiments showed that monitoring cerebral blood flow can be applied to evaluation of mental demand level they need to do tasks. The higher mental demand was required, the more the left side of Atotal hemoglobin concentration became. The results of the subjective experiments in moderately hot environment show that the mental demand level to maintain their task performance was higher in hotter environment than that in thermal neutral environment.

  • EFFECTS OF HUMIDITY STEP CHANGE ON HUMAN COMFORT AND PRODUCTIVITY FROM HOT AND HUMID CONDITION TO THERMALLY NEUTRAL CONDITION

    Hitomi TSUTSUMI, Shin-ichi TANABE, Junkichi HARIGAYA, Yasuo IGUCHI, Gen NAKAMURA

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   71 ( 609 ) 15 - 21  2006.11  [Refereed]

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    Subjective experiments were conducted to evaluate the effects of humidity on human comfort and productivity under transient conditions from hot and humid environment to thermally neutral condition. Two climate chambers, "Chamber 1" and "Chamber 2", adjoined eath other were used for this study. Subjects were exposed to 30℃/70%RH air in Chamber 1 for 15 minutes with 2.0 met of metabolic rate. Then they moved into Chamber 2, where 4 humidity conditions, 30%RH, 40%RH, 50%RH and 70%RH were examined. Air temperature were adjusted to keep SET constant at 25.2℃ for all conditions. Subjects were exposed in Chamber 2 for 180 minutes performing 2 kinds of simulated office work. Skin wettedness and skin moisture declined more at low relative humidity just after moving into Chamber 2. Subjects reported greater pleasantness at 30%RH and 40%RH than at 50%RH and 70%RH, while no significant difference in thermal sensation, comfort sensation and humidity sensation among 4 relative humidity levels was obtained. Though significant differences in the task performance among conditions were not found for 3 hours test, subjective complaints related to fatigue at 50%RH and 70%RH were higher than at 30%RH and 40%RH.

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  • THE EFFECT OF SUBJECT'S WORK MOTIVATION ON THE TASK PERFORMANCE UNDER THE DIFFERENT THERMAL CONDITIONS

    Go IWASHITA, Taemi GOHARA, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   71 ( 609 ) 71 - 77  2006.11  [Refereed]

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    The impact of the work motivation on the occupants' work performance of serial one-figure addition task and proofreading task was studied in two conditions, i.e., the condition A under cool condition (22℃) and the condition B under neutral condition (25℃). During the occupancy of 120 minutes under each condition, the subjects performed the above tasks with financially motivated situation and without motivated situation. The subjects also answered the questionnaire, which asked the indoor environmental quality and sick building syndrome symptoms during the conditions. It was found that there was significant difference in the performance of theses two tasks between the motivated situation and the non-motivated situation. Under the motivated situation, the performance curve of the addition task performed under condition A and that under condition B were alike in shape. The shape of the performance curve under condition A with non-motivated situation was similar to those with motivated situation. The performance of addition task was well correlated with the thermal acceptability vote for the motivated situation. On the other hand, the good correlation was not found between the performance and thermal acceptability for the non-motivated situation.

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  • MEASUREMENT OF INDOOR AIR QUALITY IN KOREAN HOUSES BY PASSIVE METHODS

    Hoon KIM, Sueng-jae LEE, Min-ki SUNG, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   71 ( 608 ) 31 - 38  2006.10  [Refereed]

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    In Korea, sick house syndrome has been a major social concern recently. From May 2004, Indoor Air Quality Management Act regarding public buildings and newly built apartment buildings has been being enforced in Korea. Korean government supports researches on the actual conditions of this subject and makes efforts to regulate indoor air pollution. This study has been conducted to understand the present state of indoor air pollution by chemical pollutants in newly built Korean housing. Including two model houses, seven newly built houses were surveyed in January and in June. Investigation was conducted on indoor air concentration of chemical pollutants, passive flux from building materials, ventilation rate, temperature and relative humidity. We used a passive measurement methods developed by us, which are composed of passive diffusive samplers, ADSEC (Advanced Diffusive Sampling Emission Cell) for passive flux, vials containing PET for ventilation rate. In all of the surveyed houses except model houses, the concentrations of formaldehyde and VOCs which main ingredients were toluene, methylbenzene and xylene were high and exceeded the guideline value of Japan. The air exchange rates were 0.2〜0.3 ACH under the closed windows and without mechanical ventilation operation according to the indoor air standard sampling method in newly built apartment buildings.

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  • THE NUMERICAL AND THEORETICAL ANALYSIS OF THE GLASS AND ACRYLIC DESICCATOR METHODS

    Masaoki HANEDA, Shin-ichi TANABE, Rika FUNAKI

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   71 ( 607 ) 43 - 49  2006.09  [Refereed]

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    This study discusses the reasons for the inconsistency between the glass and the acrylic desiccator methods which have been used in Japan to classify building materials for the emission rate of formaldehyde. Evidences from experiments showed that the theoretical equations used in the glass desiccator method were not applicable to the acrylic desiccator method. Three-dimensional models for the two desiccators were built for numerical calculations to analyze emission, diffusion and absorption associated with the desiccator methods. The results showed that the time to reach the steady state in the acrylic desiccator method is much long which deviates from the conditions of the equations to apply. Smaller exposed area of the testing materials and larger volume of the desiccator in the acrylic desiccator method are included as the major factors for the delay in the formation of steady state.

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  • A STUDY ON CONCENTRATION OF ACETALDEHYDE USING AN EXPERIMENTAL HOUSE

    Hiromi YAMADA, Shin-ichi TANABE, Motoya HAYASHI

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   71 ( 604 ) 39 - 44  2006.06  [Refereed]

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    Concentrations of acetaldehyde and the ventilation rates were measured in an experimental house for three years. And the emission rates from the materials were measured using small chambers. 1) The concentrations of acetaldehyde changed with the temperature for three years. 2) The influence of the temperature and the concentration upon the emission rate of acetaldehyde was lower than the influence in the case of formaldehyde. 3) The emission rates of acetaldehyde from the materials in three years were as same as the rate from the materials in two years.

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  • NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF DIFFUSION FIELDS IN PASSIVE TYPE FLUX SAMPLER AND ESTIMATION OF EFFECTIVE DIFFUSION LENGTH

    Kazuhide ITO, Shin-ichi TANABE, Kazukiyo KUMAGAI

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   71 ( 603 ) 47 - 54  2006.05  [Refereed]

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    Recently, indoor air pollution caused by volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from building materials is known as sick building syndrome or multiple chemical sensitivity. As the countermeasure for this indoor air chemical pollution problems, building code was amended in 2002 and it was enforced in 2003. Labeling system of building material corresponding to formaldehyde emission rate is also started in Japan. Although the emission rate measurement with small test chamber based on JIS A 1901 has already been conducted, the existing methods for emission rate measurement require large-scale instruments and they are not always suitable for measuring a large number of building materials. This paper reports the results of numerical analysis of VOCs emission rate from building materials in various passive type flux measurement cell and the performance of these cells are to be clear. Furthermore, in order to supplement the emission rate data from various passive type flux measurement cell, we propose the index of effective diffusion length scale, 'L_d" and report on the analytical results.

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  • THE EFFECT OF CONTROLLING ILLUMINANCE LEVEL WITH TASK LIGHTS ON PRODUCTIVITY

    Masaya NISHIKAWA, Naoe NISHIHARA, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   71 ( 603 ) 101 - 109  2006.05  [Refereed]

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    In this study, office work productivity was evaluated by performance and fatigue. Experiments were conducted under Task and Ambient Lighting (TAL) system, to examine the effect of controlling illuminance level on work desk with task lights. Twelve male subjects were exposed in the experimental chamber conditioned at 25℃, 40%RH, and 700lx. Three conditions were compared, which were 700lx under Ambient Lighting system, 700lx under TAL system with controllable task lights, and 700lx under TAL system with uncontrollable task lights. When the subjects could not control the task lights, performance was significantly lower than that when they can control the task lights. Although there was no significant difference on the complaints of fatigue between controllable and uncontrollable task light, the correlation between fatigue and performance showed that 10% increase of complaints on fatigue might result in 6.5% decrease of performance. We also calculated the cost effectiveness of productivity in the case of this experiment. The cost effect increased by performance improvement was big because of the high personnel cost. The individual control system in the light environment was cost-effectiveness.

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  • オフィス空間における湿度が熱的快適性に与える影響に関する研究 第1報-空気温度・相対湿度の組合せによる温冷感の違い

    田辺新一, 堤仁美, 鈴木孝佳

    空気調和・衛生工学会論文集   No.109 ( 109 ) 1 - 9  2006.04  [Refereed]

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    Subjective experiments were conducted in order to evaluate the effects of air temperature and humidity on subjective thermal comfort. Three levels of air temperature, 25℃, 28℃, 30℃ were set. Three humidity conditions, 30%RH, 50%RH, 70%RH were examined for each air temperature. The effects of air humidity were great at high air temperature or high humidity, although those were found to be moderate under the thermally neutral conditions. Subjective humidity sensation were not affected by the air temperature at 30%RH and 50%RH. No differences were obtained among conditions in odour intensity, acceptability of odour, and BUT. The results gotten in these experiments were conpaired with the data obtained in the subjective experiments carried out at Waseda University by Tanabe and Kimura and the subjective experiments at KSU by Rohles et al. The higher correlations between SET* and subjective thermal sensation vote and between SET^* and comfort sensation vote were found than between PMV and thermal sensation and between PMV and comfort sensation vote. It is concluded that the effects of humidity on thermal comfort can be estimated by using SET^*.

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  • Online HVAC system modeling with BMS data using recurrent neural networks

    E. Togashi, S. Tanabe

    HB 2006 - Healthy Buildings: Creating a Healthy Indoor Environment for People, Proceedings   4   407 - 410  2006  [Refereed]

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    This paper presents a method to develop and tune HVAC system models with BMS data using recurrent neural networks (RNN). To update RNN models automatically online, we eliminate ad hoc adjustment technique in three points. One is in selection of inputs variables. We propose a method of calculating the necessity of input variables with using connections' weights of neurons. Second is in the selection of hidden layers unit numbers. We introduce "Cross-validation" method and it gives criterion to evaluate parametric model. Last is in selection of training data. We apply cluster analysis to BMS data to evaluate scarcity of data. Proposed approaches are tested real measurements of actual buildings in Japan.

  • DEVELOPMENT OF NUMERICAL THERMOREGULATION-MODEL COM FOR EVALUATION OF THERMAL ENVIRONMENT

    Shin-ichi TANABE, Kozo KOBAYASHI, Kazuaki OGAWA

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   71 ( 599 ) 31 - 38  2006.01  [Refereed]

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    The human thermoregulation model COM (Complex Thermal Environment Comfort Model) was developed, incorporating the blood flow model for extremities and the conductive heat transfer model at contacting skin surfaces. The whole body model has 17 body segments, each consisting of 2 compartments for core and skin. Each core compartment of extremities has artery and vein blood pool in its center. The central blood compartment exchanges heat with blood pools and the tissues except extremities. The heat balance equations for each tissue are described. The current model is able to predict fairly well for the body temperature distribution under unsteady state conditions.

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  • BENEFITS OF NON-ISOTHERMAL TASK CONDITIONING SYSTEM IN OFFICE

    Takashi AKIMOTO, Sueng-jae LEE, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   70 ( 596 ) 67 - 74  2005.10  [Refereed]

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    Subjective experiments with a desktop based task conditioning system were carried out to investigate the benefits of system in an office like chamber. The experiments were conducted under three different combinations of ambient air temperature and relative humidity, (1) 27℃/40%RH, (2) 30℃/40%RH, and (3) 30℃/70%RH. Each of 16 college age subjects was exposed to the three different experimental room air conditions. There were six supply air flow patterns for task air conditioning, which parameters included isothermal air flow and non-isothermal airflow with three different air velocities. Setting of task condition was fixed at first, and then the subjects were allowed to control the environment freely after certain period in the subjective experiments. Thermal sensation, airflow sensation, and other variable were investigated. The way the subjects controlled the task system was also monitored. It was considered that the task conditioning system could keep subjects thermally comfortable with their ambient temperature higher than condition without it. Questionnaire responses under the 'preferred air' condition revealed the importance of adjustment of task conditioning.

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  • LONG-TERM EVALUATION ON EMISSION OF FORMALDEHYDE USING EXPERIMANTAL MODEL ROOMS WITH DIFFERENT VENTILATION RATES

    YAMADA Hiromi, TANABE Shin-ichi, HAYASHI Motoya

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   70 ( 589 ) 23 - 29  2005.06  [Refereed]

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    The concentrations of formaldehyde and the ventilation rates were measured in an experimental house for two years. The emission rates from the materials were separately measured by using of a small chamber. It was found that the concentrations in the house was increased during the summer season. The total emission amount in the ventilated room was about 10 times as large as that in the non-ventilated room. The emission rates from the materials in the ventilated room were 70% of those from the materials in the non-ventilated room. Emission from particle board was lasted for two years experiment.

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  • Numerical comfort simulator for evaluating thermal environment

    Shin-ichi Tanabe, Yoshiichi Ozeki, Toru Takabayashi

    Environmental Ergonomics - The Ergonomics of Human Comfort, Health and Performance in the Thermal Environment     459 - 466  2005.06  [Refereed]

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  • 寒冷地の戸建住宅における室内空気質の実態調査

    AIJ Journal of Technology and Design   11 ( 21 ) 427 - 427  2005.06  [Refereed]

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  • Relationship between possession of electric appliances and electricity for lighting and others in Japanese households

    Kahori Genjo, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Shin-ichi Matsumoto, Ken-ichi Hasegawa, Hiroshi Yoshino

    Energy and Buildings   37 ( 3 ) 259 - 272  2005.03  [Refereed]

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  • Effect of individual control of air velocity on office workers' productivity with subjective experiment

    Naoe Nishihara, Shin-ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Home Economics of Japan   56 ( 3 ) 153 - 161  2005.03  [Refereed]

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    Subjective experiments were conducted in a climatic chamber to evaluate the effect of individual control of air velocity on productivity of office work. Computer-based tasks simulating typical office work were asked to subjects. Not only task performance but also subjective fatigue was measured. Under the condition of constant air velocity (CAV) subjects were not allowed to control air velocity and under the condition of preferred air velocity (PAV) they were allowed to control it. The chamber was conditioned at air temperatures and mean radiant temperature of 31℃, and relative humidity of 50%. The acceptability of air velocity of PAV was significantly higher than that of CAV. There was no significant difference of task performance between CAV and PAV. According to the evaluation of subjective symptoms of fatigue, the rate of complaint on the mental fatigue was higher at CAV than that at PAV. Providing individual control of air velocity was able to reduce subjective feeling of mental fatigue.

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  • Effects of spectral properties of glass on the thermal comfort of car occupants

    Yoshiichi Ozeki, Toru Takabayashi, Shin-ichi Tanabe

    Environmental Ergonomics - The Ergonomics of Human Comfort, Health and Performance in the Thermal Environment     289 - 297  2005.03  [Refereed]

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  • Indoor air quality of detached houses in northern part of Japan

    K Genjo, S Matsumoto, K Hasegawa, S Tanabe

    INDOOR AIR 2005: PROCEEDINGS OF THE 10TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON INDOOR AIR QUALITY AND CLIMATE, VOLS 1-5   I ( 1 ) 531 - 536  2005  [Refereed]

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    In order to clarify indoor air quality (IAQ) problem of detached houses located in cold climatic region, particularly well-insulated airtight houses, measurements on IAQ for seven occupied houses in northern part of Japan were conducted in the winter from 2001 to 2003. A conventional house that has low insulation and airtightness, and uses a vented kerosene heater intermittently in winter without mechanical ventilation system was also measured as a reference. The formaldehyde concentrations in most houses were found to be lower than 100 mu g/m(3), but the TVOC concentrations in most houses including a conventional house were higher than 400 mu g/m(3). Materials used in daily life as well as building materials might lead to emission of VOCs. It was suggested IAQ problem in cold climatic region would be serious in not only well-insulated houses but also conventional houses.

  • I-4 Architectual Environment Design and Information System : Part 6. Addition of measurement system to existing BAS and verification of AHU

    TANABE Shin-ichi, TAKAHASHI Shinichi, WATANABE Shinsuke, SHIMOKAWA Masakazu, TOGASHI Eisuke, YOKOYAMA Keizo, WATANABE Takeshi, KUNO Makoto

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   2005   645 - 648  2005

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    This research is to establish Life Cycle Management System for building with information gathering using open network. In this paper, it was proven to be able to add a new system above the existing building control network system without the influence.Moreover, an air handling unit (AHU) system at a lecture room was evaluated by the measurement. It is scheduled to advance the verification under different load conditions.

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  • DEVELOPMENT OF A LARGE CHAMBER FOR MEASUREMENT OF VOCs EMISSION RATES(Environmental Engineering)

    Kiyotaka TANAKA, Toshiyuki MORI, Kazushi HIRANO, Shin-ichiro MIKI, Mikio HASHIDA, Kiyoshi TAKAHARA, Shin-ichi TANABE

    AIJ Journal of Technology and Design   10 ( 20 ) 157 - 160  2004.12  [Refereed]

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    A large chamber for measurement of VOCs emission rates from building materials and furniture was developed. The chamber system is consisted of a stainless inner chamber operated slightky above atmospheric pressure, an outer chamber, which controls temperature of the inner chamber, and an air control unit, which supplies purified air. It is able to control humidity and ventilation rate of the inner chamber. The measurement of YOCs emission rates from system kitchen units were performed using the large chamber.

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  • Productivity and fatigue

    S. Tanabe, N. Nishihara

    Indoor Air   14 ( s7 ) 126 - 133  2004.08  [Refereed]

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  • COMPARISON OF SKIN SURFACE TEMPERATURES BETWEEN SUBJECTIVE EXPERIMENTS AND NUMERICAL PREDICTIONS BY USING A MODIFIED 65MN THERMOREGULATION MODEL UNDER SOLAR RADIATION

    Yoshiichi OZEKI, Tetsuya HIRAMATSU, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   69 ( 581 ) 29 - 36  2004.07  [Refereed]

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    Synopsis : A modified 65MN(Multi-Nodes) thermoregulation model is tested for the evaluation of the skin temperature distributionin each body part under solar radiation. The present model can be also applicable for the coupled analysis of CFD and radiation. Skin surface temperature distributions predicted by this model are compared with those by subjective experiments in the real scale experimental atrium under solar radiation. Predicted each skin surface temperature almost corresponds to that of subjective experiment with the accuracy around 1 degree Celsius difference. However, the prediction accuracy on the legs and arms is poor by comparison with that on other body parts, which must be required the improvement of prediction accuracy on the legs and arms. As a whole, the present model is a useful tool for the prediction of skin surface temperature distribution under solar radiation.

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  • SURVEY ON MINIMUM VENTILATION RATE FOR RESIDENTIAL BUILDINGS ON ADVANCED COUNTRIES(Environmental Engineering)

    Hiroshi YOSHINO, Shuzo MURAKAMI, Shin-ichi AKABAYASHI, Takashi KURABUCHI, Shinsuke KATO, Shin-ichi TANABE, Koichi IKEDA, Haruki OSWA, Takao SAWACHI, Akira HUKUSHIMA, Mayumi ADACHI

    AIJ Journal of Technology and Design   10 ( 19 ) 189 - 192  2004.06  [Refereed]

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    The purpose of this survey is to clarify the status of standards on ventilation requirements for residential buildings in European and North American countries. This paper reports the minimum ventilation rate for the residential buildings in eleven countries which are described in the literatures. The airflow rate and air change rate are calculated for a model house proposed by The Architectural Institute of Japan. As a result, the values of air change rate is around 0.5 ACH in almost all countries.

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  • IMPACTS OF NON-ISOTHERMAL TASK CONDITIONING SYSTEM WITH INDIVIDUAL CONTROL ON THERMAL COMFORT AND PRODUCTIVITY

    AKIMOTO Takashi, MATSUDA Junpei, NISHIHARA Naoe, TANABE Shin-ichi

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   69 ( 582 ) 75 - 82  2004

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    Subjective experiments with a non-isothermal task conditioning system were conducted to investigate impacts of the system on thermal comfort and productivity in a climate chamber of Kanto-Gakuin University. Japan. All subjects participated in 'default condition test: 26℃/50%RH' at first. Then a half of the same subjects participated in 'standard condition test: 26℃/50%RH' and the remainder subjects participated in 'task-ambient test: 30℃/50%RH+TAC', just one week later again separately. Thermal, humidity, comfort sensations, and other psychological factors were investigated. The way the subjects controlled the task system was also monitored. In addition to that, subjective productivity was investigated from the subjective, physiological/mental, and performance assessment points of view. It was considered that the task conditioning system could keep people thermally comfortable even in 30℃/50%RH condition. Local thermal sensation was improved with TAC operation. Subjective symptom voting showed that the TAC operation had advantage to alleviate fatigue compared to the case without it.

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  • THERMAL COMFORT OF TASK AIR CONDITIONING WITH ISOTHERMAL AIR FLOW UNIT

    Sueg-jae LEE, Shin-ichi TANABE, Tatsuo NOBE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   69 ( 575 ) 75 - 82  2004.01  [Refereed]

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    Resently, Task/Ambient Air Conditioning System is widely used for improving the thermal environment and meeting the individual requirements for thermal comfort condition. The purpose of this study is to clarify the thermal comfort of Task Unit with isothermal air flow. In this study, we carried out the experiments at ambient air temperatures of 24, 26, 28, 30℃ and supply air velocity of 0.34, 0.69, 1.17, 1.77, 2.50m/s using the Task Unit. From the measurement results, the cooling effect of the upper body was confirmed by the thermal manikin experiment. Thermal sensation votes were strongly related with ambient air temperature. Under the 28℃ condition, thermal sensation vote reached nearly neutral by using 0.34, 0.69m/s isothermal air flow. In the preferred velocity conditions, subjects felt the air flow more preferable than fixed velocity conditions. The effectiveness of this Task Unit system was confirmed under moderate high temperature condition.

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  • Thermal Comfort and Adaptation in Semi-Outdoor Environments

    Junta Nakano, Shin-ichi Tanabe

    ASHRAE Transactions   110 PART II   2 - 11  2004  [Refereed]

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    Designing semi-outdoor environments such as atria or open-style cafes is a popular technique in modern architecture to provide occupants with natural outdoor elements in an artificial environment. Occupants are likely to expect a thermal environment differing from the indoors, and thermal adaptation is expected to play a major role in achieving comfort. Seasonal field surveys were conducted in four semi-outdoor environments for short-term occupancy with different levels of environmental control. Observations were made on occupancy conditions and clothing adjustments. Sets of 2,248 questionnaires and corresponding thermal environmental data were also collected throughout the survey. Clothing adjustment was affected largely by outdoor temperature and less by the immediate thermal environment. Number of occupants and time of occupancy decreased following the daily mean air temperature decrease in non-air-conditioned semi-outdoor environments. Occupants in semi-outdoor environments were tolerant of a two to three times wider range of environmental conditions compared to that predicted by PPD. ©2004 ASHRAE.

  • EVALUATION METHOD OF OUTGASSING FROM CLEANROOM MATERIALS(Environmental Engineering)

    Masazumi GODO, Ryota INAGE, Takeshi TAKATSUKA, Kunio MIURA, Shin-ichi TANABE

    AIJ Journal of Technology and Design   9 ( 18 ) 175 - 179  2003.12  [Refereed]

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  • Measurements of Chemical Emission Rates from Portable PC and Electronic Appliances

    Rika Funaki, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Hiroshi Tanaka, Takafumi Nakagawa

    Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering   2 ( 2 ) b55 - b59  2003.11  [Refereed]

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  • EFFECTS OF HUMIDITY AND INDOOR AIR CHEMICAL POLLUTANTS ON SUBJECTIVE THERMAL COMFORT AND PRODUCTIVITY

    Hitomi TSUTSUMI, Shin-ichi TANABE, Takayuki AKIMOTO, Takayoshi SUZUKI

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   68 ( 572 ) 31 - 37  2003.10  [Refereed]

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    Subjective experiments were conducted both in summer and winter in order to clarify the effects of humidity environment and indoor chemical pollutants on subjective comfort and productivity, and evaluate the seasonal difference of their reactions. Subjects were exposed to the three levels of humidity conditions and two indoor air quality levels performing the simulated office works. Concentration of formaldehyde was lower in low humidity environment. The effects of environmental humidity and indoor air quality on subjective thermal comfort were moderate under thermally neutral conditions in both seasons. Perceived air quality was affected by indoor air quality under the polluted condition and by humidity environment under the clean condition. Irritations of mucous were found under polluted conditions in winter though they were not found in summer. Environmental humidity had larger effects on skin moisture than indoor air quality. Subjective performance was higher under clean condition than polluted condition with same humidity. Subjective performance was higher and their dificulty of concentration was lower under high humidity than that under low humidity in winter. The seasonal differences of eye dryness, BUT and skin moisture were found.

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  • THE PERFORMANCE TEST OF A SMALL CHAMBER FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF ALDEHYDES AND VOCs EMISSION RATES FROM BUILDING MATERIALS AND THE COMPARISON OF FORMALDEHYDE EMISSIONS BETWEEN TWO DIFFERENT CHAMBERS

    Rika FUNAKI, Shin-ichi TANABE, Hiroshi TANAKA

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   68 ( 572 ) 47 - 54  2003.10  [Refereed]

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    In January 2003, JIS A1901 on "Determination of the emission of volatile organic compounds and aldehydes for building products -Small chamber method" was published. We have proposed and developed a small chamber for determining chemical emission rates from building materials. In this paper, the performance characteristics of small chamber were examined especially background concentration, airtightness and mass transfer coefficient in the chamber. The performance test method was proposed because that was not clearly stated in related standards. The measurement method for mass transfer coefficient by used the filter paper is applicable for the calibration with the measurement for evaporation-controlled materials. Several small chambers have been used to determine chemical emissions for building materials. However, it is difficult to compare with the result from different chambers. In this paper, formaldehyde concentration with two small chambers was discussed by the relation with loading factor (L) and ventilation rate (n). It was observed that it has possibility to compare with the linear of n/L versus 1/C with used the equilibrium concentration for the segment.

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  • MEASUREMENTS OF ALDEHYDES AND VOCS FROM WALL COVERING MATERIALS BY USING A SMALL CHAMBER

    Rika FUNAKI, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   68 ( 570 ) 45 - 51  2003.08  [Refereed]

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    Emission rates of aldehydes and VOCs from wall coverings and powder type adhesives for wall coverings were investigated by using a small chamber. First, the measurements of emission rates were carried out for 16 types of wall covering materials. It was observed that the emission of formaldehyde from one of the samples was 17μg/m^2h after one day, though that from almost all samples was less than 2μg/m^2h. The emission from wall coverings was much lower than the other building materials like floorings. Next, the measurements of emission rates were carried out for 3 types of powder type adhesives for wall covering materials. The emission for TVOC was very low with around 25μg/m^2h, but one of them for formaldehyde was high with 40μg/m^2h. It was found that all powder type adhesives were not low emission.

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  • SURFACE WEIGHTING FACTORS OF THE WHOLE HUMAN BODY FOR EXPRESSING THE THERMAL RADIATION FIELD BY A NUMERICAL CALCULATION

    Yoshiichi OZEKI, Tetsuya HIRAMATSU, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   68 ( 566 ) 47 - 50  2003.04  [Refereed]

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    Surface weighting factors of the whole human body for both standing and seated postures are calculated based on the numerical calculation of angle factors for the simple prediction of the thermal radiation field. To verify the validity of these factors, they are compared with previous results by Nakamura or Olesen. As a result, surface weighting factors are different from previous results which are always constant independent of the scale of indoor spaces. Especially, surface weighting factor to the under surface for a standing posture is approximately 4 times larger than that of Nakamura in the small indoor spaces. The position of human body and the scale of indoor spaces have influence on surface weighting factors. In addition, appropriate surface weighting factors are proposed corresponding to the scale of indoor spaces, which enables to the accurate prediction of the thermal radiation field.

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  • EFFECTS OF LOW HUMIDITY AND WEARING CONTACT LENSES ON HUMAN BODY DURING SUMMER SEASON

    Hitomi TSUTSUMI, Shin-ichi TANABE, Takashi AKIMOTO, Takayoshi SUZUKI

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   68 ( 564 ) 17 - 23  2003.03  [Refereed]

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    In order to clarify the effects of low humidity caused by the use of different types of contact lenses, the subjective experiments were carried out during the summer season. Total of 37 college-aged subjects, namely 10 ones with naked eyes, 7 with hard contact lenses, 10 with soft contact lenses and 10 with glasses, were exposed to 4 different conditions for 180 minutes. In all conditions, SET^* was kept constant at 25.2℃. As the results of experiments, the sensations of eye dryness and discomfort caused by wearing contact lenses were observed. Break up time of hard contact lenses wearers tended to be shorter than that with naked eyes, while the environmental humidity did not affect on their break up time. It was concluded that the effects of wearing contact lenses on subjects' eyes were stronger than that of environmental humidity.

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  • QUESTIONNAIRE SURVEY ON POSSESSION OF ELECTRIC APPIANCES AND ELECTRICITY FOR LIGHTING AND OTHERS IN HOUSEHOLD

    Kahori GENJO, Shin-ichi TANABE, Shin-ichi MATSUMOTO, Keni-ichi HASEGAWA, Hiroshi YOSHINO

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   68 ( 565 ) 113 - 120  2003.03  [Refereed]

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    A questionnaire survey on the possession of electric appliances and its influence on the energy consumption in household were conducted in 1996. It was found that the increase in the consumption of residential electricity was due to the use of higher number of electric appliances. This reflects the higher economic status of the household and their life style. The relationship between electric consumption for lighting and others and the influencing factor is evaluated by using the multi-variate analysis. The results of this study are expected to provide fundamental information in order to enhance residents' awareness of the importance of energy conservation.

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  • TRANSIENT THERMAL COMFORT SUCCEEDING A SHORT WALK IN A BUFFER SPACE FROM OUTDOOR TO INDOOR

    Junta NAKANO, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   68 ( 565 ) 33 - 40  2003.03  [Refereed]

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    Subjective experiment was conducted to investigate the influence of environmental condition of buffer space on thermal comfort in succeeding environment. Climate chamber was divided into 3 rooms and controlled to represent indoor, buffer, and outdoor spaces, where subjects made successive transitions from indoor to outdoor and back. Two separate thermal sensation scales were used to distinguish subjective votes describing the thermal state of environment and subject himself. A clear impact of environmental condition was observed on physiological parameters, though only minor influence was found for thermal and comfort sensations in post-transition period. The effect was negligible 30 minutes after transition.

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  • SUBJECTIVE EXPERIMENTS ON PRODUCTIVITY UNDER MODERATELY HOT ENVIRONMENT

    Naoe NISHIHARA, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   68 ( 568 ) 33 - 39  2003

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    Subjective experiments were conducted in a climatic chamber to evaluate the effect of thermal environment on productivity. Chamber was conditioned at operative temperatures of 25.5℃, 28℃, or 33℃. The effects of thermal environment on task performance were modest and contradictory among the task types. According to the evaluation of fatigue feeling, the subjects most complained of mental fatigue at 33℃. The cerebral blood oxygenation was monitored by the near infrared spectroscopy. Concentration of total and oxygenated hemoglobin increased and that of deoxygenated hemoglobin decreased at 33℃. Evaluation of fatigue feeling and monitoring cerebral blood oxygenation might be applied to the measurement of productivity.

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  • Effects of the solar reduction glass on the car occupant's thermal comfort by a numerical simulation

    Toru Takabayashi, Yoshiichi Ozeki, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    SAE Technical Papers    2003  [Refereed]

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    Thermal comfort for car occupants is important factor for automotive design. We have been developing efficient solar reduction glass for vehicles. We also developed a numerical simulator to predict and evaluate the thermal environment and thermal comfort in vehicles. In this simulation, firstly distribution of solar radiation energy through the glass can be calculated actually, and then temperature and air flow distribution, and human comfort can be computed by a combined analysis of CFD (computational fluid dynamics), thermal radiation and body temperature control model which corresponds to shapes of a vehicle and human body. The thermal environment differences between solar reduction glass and normal glass should be clear, which makes the effects of functional glass clear from the view point of human comfort. We can calculate comprehensive situations and indices of thermal comfort evaluation. Using this simulator, it was confirmed quantitatively that Asahi Glass's solar reduction glass could reduce the air-conditioning power than normal glass in summer condition. Further more, it was confirmed quantitatively that our functional glass could supply more comfortable environment for passengers inside car occupants. This result shows the latest value of automotive glass depending on human feelings. Copyright © 2003 SAE International.

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  • Chemical Emission Rates from Building Materials Measured by a Small Chamber

    Rika Funaki, Shin-ichi Tanabe

    Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering   1 ( 2 ) 93 - 100  2002.11  [Refereed]

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    A small-scale chamber, ADPAC, was developed to measure chemical emission rates from building materials. Measurement results from wall covering adhesive, flooring, and insulation materials were shown in this paper. The test pieces with wall covering adhesives were produced at the day of measurement. First measurement was conducted 15 hours after the production of the test piece, when chemical concentration in the chamber was considered to be steady state. Measurements were repeated after 4, 7, 14, and 28 days. It was found that emission of formaldehyde was observed even for the product indicated of "non-formalin". Emission rates were higher during the first day, but decreased rapidly after 1 or 2 weeks. Flooring materials and thermal insulation material EPS were also evaluated.

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  • Formation of organic indoor air pollutants by UV-curing chemistry

    T Salthammer, M Bednarek, F Fuhrmann, R Funaki, S.-I Tanabe

    Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A: Chemistry   152 ( 1-3 ) 1 - 9  2002.09  [Refereed]

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  • FIELD STUDY ON THE THERMAL COMFORT AND VENTILATION EFFECTIVENESS IN A CONCERT HALL WITH DISPLACEMENT VENTILATION SYSTEM

    Sueng-jae LEE, Shin-ichi TANABE, Ken-ichi KIMURA, Kazuhiro OTAKA, Makoto KOYAMA, Toshio MURATA

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   67 ( 559 ) 37 - 44  2002.09  [Refereed]

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    The purpose of this study is to clarify thermal comfort and ventilation effectiveness of displacement ventilation system ia a music hall which requires large outdoor air for the ventilation. Displacement ventilation is characterized by naturally generated stratification in density (thermal) and scalar concentration (pollutant). It was considered appropriate to keep good indoor air quality even if reducing the amount of outdoor air. The black lamp was installed in all seats in order to simulate the heat source from the audience. From the measurement result, the local mean age of air in the respiration point of the displacement ventilation system was about 1/3 of the complete mixing condition. The horizontal distribution of local mean age of air in the occupied zone was little. Vertical temperature distribution in the occupied zone was within an acceptable range, and the horizontal temperature distribution of the hall was almost uniform. It was found that the displacement ventilation system maintained comfortable thermal environment with relatively high air conditioning load, while it kept indoor air quality in the occupied zone within an acceptable range.

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  • INFLUENCE OF VENTILATION ROUTES UPON FORMALDEHYDE CONCENTRATION IN HOUSES

    Hiromi YAMADA, Shin-ichi TANABE, Motoya HAYASHI

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   67 ( 559 ) 21 - 27  2002.09  [Refereed]

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    This paper aims at clarifying the influence that the ventilation characteristics have on formaldehyde concentration in a house. The indoor formaldehyde concentration, ventilation rates and routes have been measured using an experimental house. The formaldehyde concentration has been calculated by characteristics of emission rates. It was found that the room in which polluted air flows is higher than that of an inflow of outdoor air. It is important to design ventilation routes into which polluted air doesn't flow. The calculated concentration is consistent with the measurement results excluding the period after being made airtight. After being sealed, the experiment value decreased gently as compared with the calculation value.

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  • Differences in perception of indoor environment between Japanese and non-Japanese workers

    Junta Nakano, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Ken-ichi Kimura

    Energy and Buildings   34 ( 6 ) 615 - 621  2002.07  [Refereed]

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    Field surveys were conducted at an office with multinational workers in Japan to investigate the differences in the way groups of occupants perceive the environment under real working conditions. Returned questionnaires, 406 in total, were classified into three groups according to their nationality and sex. Only 26% of workers reported their working environment to be comfortable. A significant neutral temperature difference of 3.1 °C was observed between the Japanese female group and the non-Japanese male group under their usual working conditions. Japanese females reported a higher frequency of sick building syndrome related symptoms compared to other groups. Occupant comfort and reported frequency of SBS symptoms were closely related to deviation of the thermal sensation vote from neutral. The thermal environment was found to be a major factor affecting occupant comfort in the concerned office. Differences in the perception of the indoor environment were negatively affecting the ratings of their working environment. © 2002 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.

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  • Evaluation of thermal comfort using combined multi-node thermoregulation (65MN) and radiation models and computational fluid dynamics (CFD)

    Shin-ichi Tanabe, Kozo Kobayashi, Junta Nakano, Yoshiichi Ozeki, Masaaki Konishi

    Energy and Buildings   34 ( 6 ) 637 - 646  2002.07  [Refereed]

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    The 65-node thermoregulation model was developed, based on the Stolwijk model. The model has 16 body segments corresponding to the thermal manikin, each consisting of four layers for core, muscle, fat and skin. The 65th node in the model is the central blood compartment, which exchanges convective heat with all other nodes via the blood flow. Convective and radiant heat transfer coefficients and clothing insulation were derived from the thermal manikin experiments. A thermoregulation model combined with radiation exchange model and computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is proposed. The comprehensive simulation method is described. © 2002 Elsevier Science B.V. All rights reserved.

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  • CONVECTIVE HEAT TRANSFER COEFFICIENT AT SKIN SURFACE OF THERMAL MANIKIN UNDER SOLAR RADIATION

    Yoshiichi OZEKI, Tetsuya HIRAMATSU, Masaaki KONISHI, Junta NAKANO, Shinichi TANABE

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   67 ( 555 ) 29 - 36  2002.05  [Refereed]

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    A calculation method combined with measurements for predicting convective heat transfer coefficient at skin surface of thermal manikin under solar radiation is proposed. Present method is based on a calculation of steady state heat balance on skin surface of thermal manikin by the numerical simulation of solar radiation and thermal radiation combined with measurements of indoor climate and thermal manikin. Convective heat transfer coefficient at skin surface of thermal manikin is predicted in air-cooling conditions including the insulation effect of solar radiation on thermal manikin in an experimental atrium. As results, (1)it is considered convective heat transfer coefficient at each skin surface is affected by the velocity distribution of the thermal manikin. (2)No significant difference is found in convective heat transfer coefficient at each skin surface whether direct solar radiation reaches the thermal manikin or not. (3)Mean air velocity derived by convective heat transfer coefficient of whole body almost corresponds weigted mean measured velocity, and ratio of mean air velocity also corresponds to that of the supply air velocity in each case.

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  • A PREDICTION METHOD OF INDOOR FORMALDEHYDE CONCENTRATION USING AN EXPERIMENTAL HOUSE

    YAMADA Hiromi, HAYASHI Motoya, TANABE Shin-ichi

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   67 ( 553 ) 55 - 61  2002.03  [Refereed]

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    The aim of the study is to propose a prediction method of indoor Formaldehyde concentration based on the emission characteristics in small chambers for a full-scale experimental house. Concentrations of Formaldehyde, temperatures, humidity, ventilation rates and routes, and emission rates from the interior surface were compared with the predicted data. It was found that indoor concentrations calculated with the emission rates using FLEC and the ventilation rates agreed well with the measured results. Indoor concentration was influenced by temperature and ventilation rate, and it decreased gradually by time. The speed of decay was lower than that in small chambers. The predicted indoor concentrations considering the decay speed aereed well with the measured results.

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  • A cooling vest for working comfortably in a moderately hot environment

    Naoe Nishihara, Shin Ichi Tanabe, Hirofumi Hayama, Masayoshi Komatsu

    Journal of Physiological Anthropology and Applied Human Science   21 ( 1 ) 75 - 82  2002.01  [Refereed]

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    To alleviate worker's thermal discomfort in a moderately hot environment, a new cooling vest was designed and proposed in this paper. To investigate the effect of the cooling vest and to collect the knowledge for the design of comfortable cooling vest, subjective experiments were conducted. Two kinds of cooling vests, the new one and the commercially available one, were used for comparison. The new cooling vest had more insulation and its surface temperature was higher than the commercially available one. Experiments were performed in the climatic chamber where operative temperature was controlled at 30.2°C and relative humidity was at 37% under still air. In addition, experiment without cooling vest was carried out as a control condition. The results obtained in these experiments were as follow: 1) By wearing both types of cooling vest, the whole body thermal sensation was closer to the neutral conditions than those without cooling vest. This effect was estimated to be equal to the 5.7°C decrement of operative temperature. The subjects felt more comfortable with the cooling vest than without it. They felt more thermally acceptable than that without cooling vest. Wearing the cooling vest was useful to decrease the sweating sensation. 2) The local discomfort was observed when the local thermal sensation was "cool"∼"cold" with the cooling vest. 3) The new cooling vest kept the skin temperature at chest at about 32.6°C. On the other hand, by wearing the commercially available one, it lowered to about 31.1°C. By wearing the new cooling vest, there was a tendency that local thermal sensation vote was higher and local comfort sensation vote was more comfortable than those of the condition wearing the commercially available one. It is important for the design of a comfortable cooling garment to prevent over-cool down from the body.

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  • Numerical comfort simulator for thermal environment (Part 1) A comprehensive combined analysis method with multi-node thermoregulation model, radiation model and CFD for evaluation of thermal comfort

    Yoshiichi Ozeki, Toru Takabayashi, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    SAE Technical Papers    2002  [Refereed]

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    A numerical simulation method is presented for the evaluation of thermal comfort of car occupants under direct solar radiation. Present method is based on a comprehensive combined analysis with multi-node thermoregulation model, which is integrated by the 65-node thermoregulation model (65MN: Multi Nodes) based on the Stolwijk model, radiation model including thermal radiation and solar radiation, and CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics). This paper focuses on the outlines of each numerical simulation method and discusses on the human body shape for predicting accurate boundary conditions of thermoregulation model. Applications of this method to car occupants are presented in the Part 2. Copyright © 2002 Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc.

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  • Numerical comfort simulator for thermal environment (Part 2) an application of simulator for the evaluation of solar reduction glass in a vehicle model

    Toru Takabayashi, Yoshiichi Ozeki, Shin-Ichi Tanabe

    SAE Technical Papers    2002  [Refereed]

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    Thermal comfort for car occupants is important factor for automotive design. We have been developing the numerical simulator for the prediction of the thermal environment and thermal comfort in vehicles. In the previous paper, the comprehensive combined analysis method with multi-node thermoregulation model, radiation model and CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) is proposed. In this paper, the applications of this method to car occupants are presented. We focused on investigating the effects of glass properties on thermal environment of compartment and thermal comfort for passengers. The calculated results were compared every part of glazing, front windshield, front sidelite and rear sidelite in summer condition. It was found that the differences of air temperature between normal glass glazing and functional one are not so much but the differences of human feeling are significant. Further more, the effects of functional glass on the reduction of air-conditioning power are simulated. This simulator was a useful tool for investigating the thermal environment differences between solar reduction glass and normal glass clear, which enable to make the effects of functional glass clear from the view point of thermal comfort. Copyright © 2002 Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc.

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  • Thermal Comfort Conditions by Wearing a Cooling Vest

    Naoe Nishihara, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Hirofumi Hayama, Masayoshi Komatsu

    Journal of Home Economics of Japan   Vol. 52 ( No. 12 ) 1199 - 1207  2001.12  [Refereed]

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    To evaluate the effect of a cooling vest, subjective experiments were conducted in a climatic chamber. The chamber was controlled at an operative temperature of 33.0℃, relative humidity of 37%, and still air. The proposed cooling vest has ice bags inside. The skin temperature at cooling parts was kept about 33℃. There was no significant difference in the total sweat rate, evaporative heat loss from the skin, and skin wettedness of the subjects between when the cooling vest was worn and when it was not. Sweating sensations were significantly lower when the cooling vest was worn. Thermal and comfort sensations were closer to the neutral conditions when the cooling vest was worn. This effect was estimated to be equal to a 3℃ decrease of operative temperature. The whole body comfort sensation was greatly affected by the whole body thermal sensation. Excess cooling caused local thermal discomfort. When designing of comfortable cooling garments, it is important to decrease the whole body thermal sensation effectively and to prevent the body from cooling down excessively.

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  • FIELD SURVEY ON THERMAL ENVIRONMENT, AIR QUALITY, AND OCCUPANT COMFORT IN A HIGH DENSITY HEAT LOAD OFFICE OCCUPIED BY MULTI-NATIONAL WORKERS

    Junta NAKANO, Sueng-jae LEE, Shin-ichi TANABE, Ken-ichi KIMURA

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   66 ( 545 ) 45 - 50  2001.07  [Refereed]

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    Six seasonal surveys were conducted to investigate the characteristics of indoor environment and occupant comfort in a high density heat load office building with multi-national workers. Horizontal air temperature difference of 4.6℃ was observed on the same floor. Indoor air quality was generally within the existing level of IAQ standards. Occupant comfort and reported frequency of SBS related symptoms were closely related to thermal sensation votes. A significant neutral temperature difference of 3.1℃ was observed between Japanese female occupant group and non-domestic male group. The thermal environment was found to be a major factor affecting occupant comfort in the concerned office.

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  • 日射の波長特性が温熱感に与える影響に関する研究?人工太陽灯と光学フィルタによる可視域・近赤外域・中赤外域放射が一対比較照射により手背の感覚量に与える影響?

    日本建築学会計画系論文集   No.545   29 - 35  2001.07  [Refereed]

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  • IDENTIFICATION AND EMISSION RATE MEASUREMENT OF CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS EMITTED FROM THE PREFORMED CELLULAR PLASTICS THERMAL INSULATING MATERIALS

    Shigehisa UCHIYAMA, Takashi AKIMOTO, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   66 ( 544 ) 25 - 30  2001.06  [Refereed]

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    Volatile organic compounds (VOC_s) and carbonyl compounds emitted from the preformed cellular plastics thermal insulation materials were measured to investigate the emission mechanisms. The emission tests were performed under 30℃ atmosphere by using the Field and Laboratory Emission Cell (FLEC). VOC_s and carbonyl compounds were determined qualitatively and quantitatively by a gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC/MS) and a high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC). The thermal insulation materials tested in this study were classified into four types, namely extruded polystyrene foam (XPS), expanded polystyrene foam (EPS), polyurethane form (PUF) and phenolic resin foam (PRF). EPS emitted styrene and toluene at emission rates ranged from 100-340 and 93-430μg/(m^2 h), respectively. These emission rates showed a good correlation (r=0.909) with densities of materials. XPS emitted low-boiling point compounds such as chlorometh-ane, chloroethane, bromomethane, or bromoethane, and showed emission rate ranged from 2300-6500, 7600-19000, 110-490 or 73-430μg/(m^2 h), respectively. The emission rates of styrene from XPS were 7.2-84μg/(m^2 h). PUF emitted 1,1-dichloro-l-fluoroethane (HCFC-141b) and showed emission rates of 790-890μg/(m^2 h). PRF emitted dichloromethane and showed emission rates of 1300-2100μg/(m^2 h). Emission rates of HCFC-141b or dichloromethane from the internal part of material were ranging from 55-77 or 4.9-5.2 times, respectively, as each surface emission rate. Emission of carbonyl compounds such as formaldehyde or acetaldehyde was not detected from all materials we tested. The field emission measurements were performed using FLEC at various places in a newly built house. It was observed that the surface of floor, ceiling board and tatami mat emitted styrene, and these emission rates were 19, 32 and 12μg/(m^2 h), respectively. It was suggested that these places emitted styrene through the thermal insulating materials (EPS), because flooring, ceiling and tatami are close to EPS and moreover tatami mat was a so-called "polystyrene tatami".

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  • A BASIC STUDY ON THE PREDICTION OF THE CONCENTRATION OF FORMALDEHYDE USING SMALL CHAMBERS

    YAMADA Hiromi, UEHARA Koji, HAYASHI Motoya, TANABE Shin-ichi

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   66 ( 543 ) 57 - 63  2001.05  [Refereed]

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    The purpose of this paper is to investigate the influence of the environmental factors upon the concentration of formaldehyde using small chambers and to develop a prediction method of indoor air quality in houses. The results of the measured emission rates in the small chambers are asfollows. 1. The emission rate increases as temperature rises and its influence is larger than those of the other factors: the humidity, the ventilation rate, the concentration and the sink effect. 2. The emission process influences upon the emission rates and the process is influenced by these factors. 3. The characteristics of the emission rates influenced by these factors obtained from the experiments using the small chambers meet the characteristics of the calculated values using the proposed simple equations.

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  • 新築集合住宅における揮発性有機化合物の挙動と発生源の推定

    内山茂久, 長谷川修司, 田辺新一

    日本建築学会計画系論文集   No.547 ( 547 ) 75 - 80  2001.05  [Refereed]

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    In order to study the behavior or the emission of hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) in a newly built house, HAPs were measured at various places in residential air. In this investigation we used three different kinds of sampling method: that is, USEPA method TO-11 and TO-17 as an active sampling method for HAPs in residential air, DSD-carbonyl as a diffusive sampling method for carbonyl compounds in a closed space and FLEC (field and laboratory emission cell) as a chamber method for the determination of emission rates from building materials. As a result, the following was clarified. (1) In the newly built house before moving, the concentrations of toluene, formaldehyde, acetone and CFC-11 were higher than other compounds. (2) 1,4-dichlorobenzene and 1,1,1-trichloroethane were carried into the house by residents. (3) The emission rates of formaldehyde, acetone and CFC-11 were rapid and a wall cabinet in the kitchen emitted those compounds. (4) The concentration of formaldehyde, acetone and CFC-11 in indoor air was directly proportional to the room temperature. (5) It was recognized that the material of a wall cabinet in the kitchen emitted styrene and benzaldehyde and emission rates of those compounds were 470 and 200 μMg/(m^2 h), respectively. (6) Styrene and formaldehyde are remarkable compounds because their concentrations were very high (max 72 and 390 μg/m^3, respectively) and they are known to increase the risk of asthma and cancer.

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  • DEVELOPMENT OF 65-NODE THERMOREGULATION-MODEL FOR EVALUATION OF THERMAL ENVIRONMENT

    Shin-ichi TANABE, Junta NAKANO, Kozo KOBAYASHI

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   66 ( 541 ) 9 - 16  2001.03

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  • Angle Factors Between Human Body and Rectangular Planes Calculated by a Numerical Model

    Y.Ozeki, M.Konishi, C.Narita, S.Tanabe

    ASHRAE Trans.   Vol.106 ( Pt.2 ) 551 - 520  2000.08  [Refereed]

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  • Effective radiation area of human body calculated by a numerical simulation

    Shin-ichi Tanabe, Chie Narita, Yoshiichi Ozeki, Masaaki Konishi

    Energy and Buildings   32 ( 2 ) 205 - 215  2000.07  [Refereed]

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  • MEASUREMENTS OF ALDEHYDES AND VOCS EMISSION RATES FROM BUILDING MATERIALS WITH A SMALL CHAMBER ADPAC

    Shin-ichi TANABE, Rika FUNAKI, Nahomi SHIMADA

    AIJ Journal of Technology and Design   6 ( 10 ) 153 - 157  2000.06  [Refereed]

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  • The Cooling Vest for Comfortable Work Environment in the Telecomunication Machine Room Design of Cooling Vest and Subjective Experiments

    Tanabe Shin-ichi, Nishihara-Yoshimi Naoe, Hasebe Yae, Hayama Hirofumi, Komatsu Masayoshi

    Transactions of the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan   25 ( 79 ) 61 - 70  2000

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    Recent improvements in the hardware performance of telecommunication machines have allowed higher air temperature atmosphere. However, workers for maintenance must feel thermal discomfort under such a moderate heat stress. To alleviate it, new two types of cooling vests, "Cotton" and "Mesh", were designed and proposed in this paper. Subjective experiments were conducted to evaluate the effect of proposed cooling vests. Four college-age male subjects and four middle-age male subjects were participated in the wear trial test. The chamber was conditioned at operative temperature of 30.2℃, relative humidity of 39%RH, and still air. By wearing new developed cooling vests, comfort sensations were closer to the neutral conditions. From comfort sensation votes it was estimated to be equal to about 1.5℃ decrement of operative temperature. Among college-age-subjects there were no significant difference in thermal sensations, but among middle-age-subjects there were the cooling effects of about 2℃ decrement of operative temperature for forty minutes. By wearing our cooling vests, the relative humidity under clothing was decreased and the sweating sensation value with the cooling vest was smaller than Control condition. The evaporative heat loss from skin with our cooling vests was about 53.5W/m^2. This value was smaller than Control condition of 68.3W/m^2.

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  • EVALUATION ON EFFECTIVE RADIATION AREA OF HUMAN BODY CALCULATED BY A NUMERICAL SIMULATION

    Yoshiichi OZEKI, Masaaki KONISHI, Chie NARITA, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   64 ( 525 ) 45 - 51  1999.11  [Refereed]

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    A numerical simulation method is proposed for predicting the effective radiation area and the projected area of human body for any postures. This method is based on the solar heat gain simulation. To confirm the validity of this method, predicted effective radiation area factors and projected area factors for both standing and sitting postures are compared with those by the measurements. It was found that predicted figures are met quite well with those by the subjective experiments within 10% accuracy. The effective radiation area and the diagrams of the projected area factors for a person sitting on the floor are illustrated.

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  • Effects of Chairs on the Thermal Insulation of Nude Skin Surface

    TAKAHASHI-NISHIMURA Mika, TANABE Sin-ichi, HASEBE Yae

    Journal of home economics of Japan   Vol.50 ( No.10 ) 1049 - 1056  1999.10  [Refereed]

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    Thermal insulation of clothing is usually measured using a standing thermal manikin. In real life, however, people often sit on chairs and thermal insulation of the nude skin surface and that of clothing should be affected by the chairs. The purpose of this study is to determine the effects of chairs on thermal insulation of the nude skin surface. Seventeen chairs, usually used in an office, were selected for this study. A thermal manikin was used for the thermal evaluation of the chairs. It was found that the area of the back of the chairs influenced the thermnal insulation of the manikin in general and the thermal insulation of the back of the manikin in particular as well as the contact area between the chair and the skin surface.

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  • Floor-Supply Displacement Air-Conditioning: Laboratory Experiments

    T.Akimoto, T.Nobe, S.Tanabe, K.Kimura

    ASHRAE Trans   Vol.105 ( Part.2 ) 739 - 749  1999.07  [Refereed]

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  • Evaluation of Thermal Comfort.

    Tanabe Shin-ichi

    Butsuri   54 ( 6 ) 440 - 448  1999.06

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  • Effect of humidity and small air movement on thermal comfort under a radiant cooling ceiling by subjective experiments

    Koichi Kitagawa, Noriko Komoda, Hiroko Hayano, Shin-ichi Tanabe

    Energy and Buildings   30 ( 2 ) 185 - 193  1999.06  [Refereed]

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  • COMPARISON OF INDOOR ENVIRONMENT BETWEEN FLOOR-BASED AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEM AND CEILING-BASED AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEM IN AN OFFICE BUILDING

    Hitoshi FUKAO, Masayuki OGURO, Maki ICHIHARA, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   64 ( 519 ) 55 - 62  1999.05  [Refereed]

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    Thermal environments, indoor air quality, and ventilation effectiveness were measured and evaluated in an office installed both with floor-based and ceiling based systems. Two systems were compared. Major findings are as follows : 1. The horizontal air temperature gradients were within acceptable range and almost same for both systems. 2. The LPPDs were found less than 6% except 6.25% for ceiling-based system in summer. 3. Air temperatures and Δ EHTs at lower level with floor-based system tended to be cooler than those for the ceiling-based system. However the differences were not significant. 4. Subjective acceptability for indoor air quality was no difference between two systems. However lower figures were observed for floor-based airconditioning system in terms of the concentration or the number of air-born particles. 5. Ventilation performance index was greater for the floor-based system than the ceiling-based system. This field study quantitatively makes it clear that floor-based system can provide comparable thermal environment and better air quality in comparison with the ceiling-based system.

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  • EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON INDOOR THERMAL ENVIRONMENT OF FLOOR-SUPPLY DISPLACEMENT VENTILATION SYSTEM UNDER VARIOUS HEAT LOAD CONDITIONS

    Takashi AKIMOTO, Junta NAKANO, Shin-ichi TANABE, Ken-ichi KIMURA

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   63 ( 507 ) 27 - 34  1998.05

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    Thermal performance of the floor-supply displacement ventilation system was evaluated in a large climatic chamber designed to simulate a single span of an office building. Detailed measurements were conducted to determine the indoor environment and skin temperature of a thermal manikin. This floor-supply system could keep the temperature gradient in the room smaller because of the cooling effect through the air permeable floor. Having the heat sources lowered, the vertical temperature difference in the occupied zone became greater. Increasing the heat load, this effect was found more significant. A decrease in supply air volume caused an increase in vertical temperature difference. Having the heat sources clustered at one location, a temperature rise of 0.3-0.5℃ was observed near the heat source, but the temperature gradient was kept nearly constant throughout the room. The thermal stratification near the window was destroyed when the artificial sunlight was brought in to simulate typical summer conditions. An effect of cold draft was observed under the winter conditions, but the temperature stratification above 0.6m was kept undisturbed.

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  • Experimental Study on Floor-Supply Displacement Ventilation system under Various Heat Load Conditions

    J.Nakano, T.Akimoto, S.Tanabe, K.Kimura

    ASHRAE Design, Construction, and Operation of Healthy Buildings ed. By D.J.moschandreas   IAQ97   151 - 160  1998  [Refereed]

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    The thermal performance of a floor-supply displacement ventilation system was evaluated in a large climate chamber designed to simulate a single span of an office building. Detailed measurements were made to investigate the indoor environment and thermal characteristics of this system. The temperature gradient in the room could be kept smaller by the cooling effect of an air-permeable floor. Lowering the height of heat sources, increasing the heat load, and decreasing the supply air volume all caused greater vertical temperature differences in the occupied zone. The temperature gradient was kept nearly constant throughout the room, though a temperature rise of 0.3°C - 0.5°C (0.5°F - 0.9°F) was observed near the heat source when clustered at one location. Perimeter load caused by warm or cold windows resulted in a disorder of the thermal stratification. Thermal comfort in the perimeter zone was considerably influenced by the radiation from the window. © 1997 ASHRAE.

  • EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON INDOOR THERMAL ENVIRONMENT AND VENTILATION PERFORMANCE OF FLOOR-SUPPLY DISPLACEMENT VENTILATION SYSTEM

    AKIMOTO Takashi, NOBE Tatsuo, TANABE Shin-ichi, KIMURA Ken-ichi

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   62 ( 499 ) 17 - 25  1997

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    Results of laboratory measurements on the thermal performance of the floor-supply displacement ventilation system in comparison with a displacement ventilation system with sidewall mounted diffuser and a ceiling based distribution system are described. The experiments were performed in a controlled chamber configured to resemble a modern office space with modular workstation furniture and partitions. In addition to detailed measurements of temperature, air velocity, and tracer gas concentration, a skin temperature controlled thermal manikin was used to evaluate the non-uniformity of thermal environments produced by these systems. Thermal stratification was observed in both of the displacement ventilation systems which produced greater air temperature differences than the ceiling based system. Under the conditions of the appropriate supply air volume against indoor heat load the displacement ventilation systems could be operated to maintain acceptable thermal comfort and high ventilation efficiency in the occupant zone of the space, at the same time taking advantage of the temperature stratification to achieve energy savings in air conditioning.

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  • Thermal Comfort Properties of Cotton and Nonwoven Surgical Gowns with Dual Functional Finish.

    Jeong-Sook Cho, Shin-Ichi Tanabe, Gilsoo Cho

    APPLIED HUMAN SCIENCE Journal of Physiological Anthropology   16 ( 3 ) 87 - 95  1997  [Refereed]

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    The purpose of this study was to evaluate thermal comfort properties of surgical gowns made of dual functional finish cotton and nonwoven fabrics which have barrier properties of blood and micro-organism. Four types of surgical gowns, which were made of nonwoven fabrics with finish or without and were made of cotton with finish or without, were tested. The thermal insulations of four surgical gowns were measured with thermal manikin. Subjective experiments on thermal comfort, skin temperature and clothing microclimate were conducted. Six male subjects, between 26 and 28 years age old, participated in the wear trials tests. Typical activities for surgeons in the operation theater were simulated during the experimental sessions. Air temperature in a climate chamber was kept at 22℃ and its humidity was 60%RH. Air velocity was controlled at less than 0.15 m/s. Inner radiant temperature was almost equal to the air temperature. Basic thermal insulation of the dual functional finished nonwoven surgical gown was 0.87 clo, which was slightly higher than that of untreated (0.84 clo). However, the skin temperature of the subject wearing a dual functional finished surgical gown was significantly lower at P.05. When the subject wears the dual functional finished gown, the amount of sweating was less than that when wearing untreated. Microclimate temperature and humidity of dual functional finished surgical gown were lower than untreated and it was statistically significant. There was no significant difference in subjective humid and overall comfort sensation between finished and untreated ones. Thermal sensation of dual functional finished one was significantly different from untreated one only during the first exercise. The results of this study indicate that the dual functional finish surgical gown allowed heat to be transferred from the skin of subject to the atmosphere better than untreated. The nonwoven surgical gown showed no difference in comfort properties from cotton one.

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  • Effects of Skin Surface Temperature Distribution of Thermal Manikin on Clothing Thermal Insulation.

    Mika Takahashi-Nishimura, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Yae Hasebe

    APPLIED HUMAN SCIENCE Journal of Physiological Anthropology   16 ( 5 ) 181 - 189  1997  [Refereed]

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  • 放射冷房時における気流と湿度の体感への影響

    人間と生活環境   Vol.4 ( No.1 ) 42 - 51  1996  [Refereed]

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  • COMPARISION OF BEHAVIOR OF CONTAMINANTS BETWEEN IN THE SPACE WITH RAISED FLOOR HVAC SYSTEM AND CONVENTIONAL CEILING DIFFUSER SYSTEM

    YU Liu, Tatehisa IRIE, Kouichi IKEDA, Shinichi TANABE, Kenji HIRAOKA

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)   60 ( 478 ) 31 - 37  1995.12  [Refereed]

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  • Testing and optimizing the performance of a floor-based task conditioning system

    F.S. Bauman, E.A. Arens, S. Tanabe, H. Zhang, A. Baharlo

    Energy and Buildings   22 ( 3 ) 173 - 186  1995.08  [Refereed]

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  • Thermal comfort aspects of cold air distribution system

    M Shioya, N Sagara, K Miura, S Tanabe, Y Tsubota, R Yanagihara

    ASHRAE TRANSACTIONS 1995, VOL 101, PT 2   101   61 - 72  1995.07  [Refereed]

  • Development and application of an underfloor air-conditioning system with improved outlets for a ''smart'' building in Tokyo

    K Matsunawa, H Iizuka, S Tanabe

    ASHRAE TRANSACTIONS 1995, VOL 101, PT 2   101   887 - 901  1995.07  [Refereed]

  • Thermal Insulation of Clothing for Seated and Standing Postures.

    Mika NISHIMURA, Shin-ichi TANABE, Yae HASEBE

    The Annals of physiological anthropology   13 ( 6 ) 337 - 343  1994.11  [Refereed]

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    The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of body posture on thermal insulation of clothing. Clothing ensembles including skirts were mainly investigated. A new thermal manikin was developed for this study. This manikin was able to change her body posture without increasing or decreasing her surface area. By changing posture from standing to seated, the total thermal insulation of clothing (It) was decreased by around 1.4%. The surface thermal resistance at nude (Ia) was increased by 8%. As a result, the basic thermal insulation of clothing (Icl) was decreased by 14%. The main reason for the decrease of basic thermal insulation (Icl) when the posture of thermal manikln changes from standing to seated was the increase of la at nude. The total thermal insulation of clothing for each body posture (Iti), when standing and seated, were compared. The parts affected by the changed posture were abdomen, hip and thighs, and especially under the skirt of 61cm length, the knees were most affected.

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  • 皮膚温度可変型サーマルマネキンによる車室内温熱環境評価法

    松永和彦, 須藤不二夫, 田辺新一, T.L.Madsen

    自動車技術会論文集   Vol.25 ( No.3 ) 104 - 109  1994.07  [Refereed]

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  • Comparison of Calculation Methods for Basic Clothing Insulation with a Thermal Manikin.

    Shin-ichi Tanabe, Yae Hasebe, Mika Nishimura

    Sen'i Gakkaishi   50 ( 4 ) 180 - 187  1994.04  [Refereed]

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    A comparative analysis is presented on the three conventional methods and our new one for evaluating the basic thermal insulation of cloting. A thermal manikin regulated at constant temperature over all parts was seated on a chair and, in the steady state, the environmental temperature, the amount of heat which the manikin lost, and the local skin temperature at nineteen points were measured for various clothing ensembles covering the body. From the data obtained were estimated the thermal insulation only by the skin when the manikin was unclothed and that by the total when clothed; based on these the basic thermal insulation of each clothing was evaluated by the current methods as well as ours and the results were compared. An investigation also on the role of the insulation by the outer clothing surface revealed that, if it was neglected, greater errors might be caused in estimating the basic thermal insulation of clothing.

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  • Effect of Air Temperature, Humidity, and Air Movement on Thermal Comfort Under Hot and Humid Conditions

    S.Tanabe, K.Kimura

    ASHRAE Trans.   Vol.100, Part 2   953 - 969  1994.01  [Refereed]

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  • Evaluating Thermal Environments by Using a Thermal Manikin with Controlled Skin Surface Temperature

    S.Tanabe, E.A.Arens, F.S.Bauman, H.Zhang, T.L. Madsen

    ASHRAE Trans.   Vol.100, Part 1   39 - 48  1994  [Refereed]

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  • Reduction of Clo Value with Increased Air Velocity

    S.Tanabe, Y.Hasebe, T.Tanaka

    The Journal of Human and Living Environment   Vol.1 ( No.1 ) 64 - 67  1994  [Refereed]

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    Experimental results on the reduction in thermal resistance under increased air velocity on a standard summer clothing ensemble as well as the same ensemble plus a sweater or a wind breaker are described. A seated thermal manikin was exposed in a climatic chamber to different air velocities. It was found that the basic thermal insulation of the summer ensemble was reduced 25% at air velocity of 1.0 m/s. The basic clothing insulation with a sweater was changed much more by increased air velocity than that with a wind breaker. The equivalent temperature taking into account the reduction of clothing insulation was derived based on heat loss from a manikin.

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  • Estimation of thermal sensation using PMV and SET under high air movement conditions

    Shin-ichi Tanabe, Yae Hasebe, Ken-ichi Kimura, Yoichi Haga

    Journal of Thermal Biology   18 ( 5-6 ) 551 - 554  1993.12  [Refereed]

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  • Evaluation and Measurement of Thermal Comfort in the Vehicles with a New Thermal Manikin

    Kazuhiko Matsunaga, Fujio Sudo, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Thomas Lund Madsen

    SAE Technical Paper Series     35 - 43  1993.11  [Refereed]

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  • 心電図R-R間隔検査を用いた熱的快適性の評価

    入来正躬, 土家清, 長谷部ヤエ, 田辺新一, 高橋和子

    日本生気象学会   第30巻 ( 2号 ) 57 - 63  1993.08  [Refereed]

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  • EVALUATION OF THERMAL ENVIRONMENTS WITH A SKIN-SURFACE-TEMPERATURE-CONTROLLED THERMAL MANIKIN

    Shin-ichi TANABE, Yae HASEBE

    Journal of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   448 ( 0 ) 1 - 8  1993.06  [Refereed]

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  • Thermal comfort in the space with personal radiant panel heating system.

    TANABE Shin'ich, KIMURA Ken'ichi

    JES Ergonomics   Vol.27 ( No.2 ) 65 - 72  1991.04  [Refereed]

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    The purpose of this study is to investigate thermal comfort requirements in the space with personal radiant heating system. During winter season warm air heating system often provides vertical temperature gradient. To create thermal comfort conditions and minimize individual differences, the personal radiant heating system may be one of the powerful tools. First, indoor thermal environments with warm air and radiant heating systems were compared. Secondly, 24 college-age female subjects wearing 0.67 clo standard clothing were exposed under office work activity (1.2 met) for 3 hours to four different thermal conditions. Experimental room is heated by totally 720W energy. Type 1 is heated only by 720W of warm air system. Type 2 is 480W of warm air and 240W of personal radiant heating. Type 3 is 240W of warm air and 480W of radiant panel. Type 4 is only 720W of radiant panel. Results shows that radiant heating system can create rather uniform temperature profile. However, when surface temperature become around 60°C, natural convection along the panel is increased and make around 0.3m/s air movement at sitting position and subjects may feel draught. Combination of warm air and personal radiant system with the view of thermal comfort was also discussed here.

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  • Field investigation of odor intensity and acceptability of tobacco smoke in air-conditioned spaces

    Toshie Iwata, Ken-ichi Kimura, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Shoji Sugiura

    Environment International   17 ( 4 ) 277 - 285  1991.01  [Refereed]

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  • EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON ADHESION OF TOBACCO SMOKE TO INTERIOR SURFACES

    Toshie IWATA, Susumu DOI, Ken-ichi KIMURA, Shin-ichi TANABE

    Journal of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   414 ( 0 ) 23 - 30  1990.08  [Refereed]

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    A method to quantify the amount of tobacco smoke adhered on the surface material is proposed and the results of odor sensation experiment on adhered tobacco smoke using subjects are presented. First, we developed a new technique to quantify adhered tobacco smoke based on infrared spectroscopy. The experiment boxes were filled with different concentrations of tobacco smoke and after 14 hours tobacco smoke in the box was pulled out by ventilation. Then the subjects were asked to judge the intensity and acceptability of the odor of the air in the box. The odor in the box with a small amount of tobacco smoke adhered on the surfaces caused more than 60% of dissatisfied with one air change per hour. And it was showed that substance from tobacco smoke was adhered on the floor more than other surfaces. As results of field investigations we found that not only levels of tobacco smoke decides the amount adhered in the actual spaces.

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  • INDOOR AIR QUALITY ASSESSMENT BASED ON HUMAN OLFACTORY SENSATION

    Go IWASHITA, Kenichi KIMURA, Shinichi TANABE, Susumu YOSHIZAWA, Koichi IKEDA

    Journal of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   410 ( 0 ) 9 - 19  1990.04  [Refereed]

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    The purpose of this study is to investigate the indoor air quality by making subjective assessment of perceived air pollution caused by human bioeffluents. One hundred and seven subjects were used as panel to report the odor intensities and acceptability of bioeffluents from fifty-four other subjects as occupants. It was found that 20% of judges described dissatisfaction caused by bioeffluents at 1.5 on the Yaglou's odor intensity scale. A ventilation rate around 7 liters per second per person was required to satisfy 80% of judges entering the chamber. In addition, the relationship between the ventilation rate per olf and the percentage of dissatisfied judges for Japanese subjects was investigated.

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  • Thermal Comfort Requirements of Sedentary College-age Subjects During the Winter Season in Japan

    S.Tanabe

    日本家政学会誌   Vol.41 ( No.5 ) 437 - 445  1990  [Refereed]

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  • Importance of Air Movements on Thermal Comfort under Hot and Humid Conditions

    S.Tanabe, K.Kimura

    ASHRAE Far East     95 - 103  1989  [Refereed]

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  • EFFECTS OF AIR MOVEMENT ON THERMAL COMFORT IN AIR-CONDITIONED SPACES DURING SUMMER SEASON

    SHIN-ICHI TANABE, KEN-ICHI KIMURA, TOSHIHIRO HARA, TAKASHI AKIMOTO

    Journal of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   382 ( 0 ) 20 - 30  1987.12  [Refereed]

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  • Thermal Comfort Requirements during the Summer Season in Japan

    S.Tanabe, K.Kimura, T.Hara

    ASHRAE Trans.   Vol.93 ( Part 1 ) 564 - 577  1987.01  [Refereed]

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  • Thermal Comfort Requirements under Hot and Humid Conditions

    S.Tanabe, K.Kimura

    ASHRAE Far East     3 - 21  1987.01  [Refereed]

  • PILOT EXPERIMENT ON THERMAL COMFORT REQUIREMENTS FOR ADULTS DURING SUMMER SEASON IN JAPAN

    SHIN-ICHI TANABE, KEN-ICHI KIMURA

    Journal of Architecture, Planning and Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)   368 ( 0 ) 31 - 41  1986.10  [Refereed]

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  • Comfort limits for asymmetric thermal radiation

    P.O. Fanger, B.M. Ipsen, G. Langkilde, B.W. Olessen, N.K. Christensen, S. Tanabe

    Energy and Buildings   8 ( 3 ) 225 - 236  1985.08  [Refereed]

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Books and Other Publications

  • ゼロ・エネルギーハウス : 新しい環境住宅のデザイン

    田辺, 新一, 長澤, 夏子, 高口, 洋人, 小林, 恵吾, 中川, 純

    萌文社  2017.10 ISBN: 9784894913370

  • 住環境再考 : スマートから健康まで

    住総研「住環境を再考する」研究委員会, 田辺, 新一, 星, 旦二, 岩船, 由美子, 清家, 剛, 甲斐, 徹郎, 山本, 恵久

    萌文社  2016.04 ISBN: 9784894913127

  • 床暖房読本 快適・安心・人と環境にやさしい暖房のすべて

    田辺新一, 秋元孝之, 倉渕隆, BL暖房研究会

    風土社  2009.06 ISBN: 9784863900004

  • 民間集合住宅におけるESCO・リース事業の推進

    空気調和, 衛生工学会編

    丸善  2007.10 ISBN: 9784874180402

  • 低温送風空調システムの計画と設計

    田辺新一

    空気調和・衛生工学会  2004.02 ISBN: 9784874180358

  • 「建築学」の教科書

    安藤, 忠雄, 石山, 修武, 木下, 直之, 佐々木, 睦朗, 水津, 牧子, 鈴木, 博之, 妹島, 和世, 田辺, 新一, 内藤, 廣, 西沢, 英和, 藤森, 照信, 松村, 秀一, 松山, 巌, 山岸, 常人

    彰国社  2003.06 ISBN: 439500542X

  • シックハウス対策に役立つ小形チャンバー法解説 : JIS A 1901

    田辺, 新一, 村上, 周三

    日本規格協会  2003.04 ISBN: 4542303942

  • 生活価値を創造する21世紀型住宅のすがた

    松村秀一, 田辺新一

    東洋経済新報社  2001.03 ISBN: 4492800670

  • 人間住宅—環境装置の未来形

    田辺新一

    INAX出版  1999.06 ISBN: 9784872758085

  • 室内化学汚染 : シックハウスの常識と対策

    田辺, 新一

    講談社  1998.07 ISBN: 4061494120

  • 人工環境の健康影響と快適性

    弘学出版  1997.04

  • 生活情報処理入門

    実教出版  1997

  • 新しい衣服衛生

    中橋美智子, 吉田敬一編集

    南江堂  1996.12

  • 図解近未来住宅の技術がわかる本 : 「新しい日本の住宅」の開発コンセプト

    生活価値創造住宅開発技術研究組合, 松村, 秀一, 田辺, 新一

    PHP研究所  1996.06 ISBN: 4569550738

  • 環境工学教科書

    彰国社  1996

  • 体温調節のしくみ

    文光堂  1995

  • 感性情報処理

    田辺 新一他

    オーム社  1994.01

  • 建築学用語辞典

    岩波書店  1993

  • OFFICing環境考—環境管理から考えるアメニティ

    木村 宏, 松下電工, 編著, 田辺新一他

    リブロポート  1992.08

  • 暮らしの技術としての建築設備入門

    田辺新一

    理工図書  1992.02 ISBN: 9784844604877

  • 感性・快適性と新素材

    CMC  1992

  • 建築設備入門

    理工図書  1992

  • 建築環境学

    丸善  1992

  • 生気象学の事典

    朝倉書店  1992

  • 建築設備学教科書

    彰国社  1991.05

  • 建築資料集成、ポケット版住宅編

    丸善  1991

  • 家政学事典

    朝倉書店  1990

  • 生活と環境

    垣内出版  1989

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Presentations

  • Effects of Active Design for Workplace on Occupants Behavior Part 12 Individual and Group Level Analysis of Seat Selection

    Takahashi Shusuke

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2020

    Event date:
    2020
     
     
  • Effects of Active Design for Workplace on Occupants Behavior Part 13 Trends in subjective evaluation before and after the renovation and those differences related by workers' age and personality

    Takahashi Hiroki

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2020

    Event date:
    2020
     
     
  • Effects of Active Design for Workplace on Occupants Behavior Part 11 Seat Selection in an Activity Based Working Office

    Akiyama Yukiho

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2020

    Event date:
    2020
     
     
  • Evaluation of New Work Style Office in Consideration of Indoor Environment Diversity Part4 Winter Questionnaire Evaluation before and after Renovation

    Higuchi Masaaki

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2020

    Event date:
    2020
     
     
  • Effects of Active Design for Workplace on Occupants Behavior Part 14 Trends in Workplace Environment, Workers’ Satisfaction and Productivity in Remote Office

    Tokumura Tomoko

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2020

    Event date:
    2020
     
     
  • 14039 既存工業化住宅を用いた改修型ゼロ・エネルギーハウスの提案 (その2)提案住宅の特徴と部位の構成材

    野元 彬久, 荒木 菜那, 中川 純, 大木 玲奈, 菅野 颯馬, 田辺 新一, 青島 啓太, 志手 一哉, 秋元 孝之, 池原 靖史, 小林 達宏, 渡辺 直哉

    建築デザイン  日本建築学会

    Presentation date: 2018.07

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    2018.07
     
     
  • 14038 既存工業化住宅を用いた改修型ゼロ・エネルギーハウスの提案 その1 「わたしの家」計画概要

    荒木 菜那, 野元 彬久, 中川 純, 常岡 優吾, 山口 真吾, 田辺 新一, 秋元 孝之, 志手 一哉, 青島 啓太, 池原 靖史, 渡辺 直哉, 小林 達宏

    建築デザイン  日本建築学会

    Presentation date: 2018.07

    Event date:
    2018.07
     
     
  • 41152 既存工業化住宅を用いた改修型ゼロ・エネルギーハウスの提案と実証評価 その5:IoTを用いたエネルギー削減手法の提案

    中川 純, 常岡 優吾, 山口 真吾, 大木 玲奈, 菅野 颯馬, 丸山 由香, 望月 洋佑, 山品 太輝, 渡辺 直哉, 小林 達宏, 田辺 新一, 秋元 孝之

    環境工学II  日本建築学会

    Presentation date: 2018.07

    Event date:
    2018.07
     
     
  • 41151 既存工業化住宅を用いた改修型ゼロ・エネルギーハウス の提案と実証評価 その 4:エネルギー運用に関する冬季実測結果

    大木 玲奈, 常岡 優吾, 山口 真吾, 菅野 颯馬, 中川 純, 廣川 由樹, 渡辺 直哉, 小林 達宏, 田辺 新一, 秋元 孝之, 林 泰弘, 若尾 真治

    環境工学II  日本建築学会

    Presentation date: 2018.07

    Event date:
    2018.07
     
     
  • 41150 既存工業化住宅を用いた改修型ゼロ・エネルギーハウスの提案と実証評価 その3 自立的なエネルギー運用を目指した設備・制御計画

    常岡 優吾, 大木 玲奈, 山口 真吾, 菅野 颯馬, 中川 純, 廣川 由樹, 渡辺 直哉, 小林 達宏, 田辺 新一, 秋元 孝之, 林 泰弘, 若尾 真治

    環境工学II  日本建築学会

    Presentation date: 2018.07

    Event date:
    2018.07
     
     
  • 41149 既存工業化住宅を用いた改修型ゼロ・エネルギーハウスの提案と実証評価 その2:温熱環境に関する運用計画と冬季実測結果

    菅野 颯馬, 山口 真吾, 常岡 優吾, 大木 玲奈, 中川 純, 丸山 由香, 徐 天舒, 山品 太輝, 渡辺 直哉, 小林 達宏, 田辺 新一, 秋元 孝之

    環境工学II  日本建築学会

    Presentation date: 2018.07

    Event date:
    2018.07
     
     
  • 41148 既存工業化住宅を用いた改修型ゼロ・エネルギーハウスの提案と実証評価 その1:建築計画の概要

    山口 真吾, 菅野 颯馬, 常岡 優吾, 大木 玲奈, 中川 純, 丸山 由香, 徐 天舒, 山品 太輝, 渡辺 直哉, 小林 達宏, 田辺 新一, 秋元 孝之

    環境工学II  日本建築学会

    Presentation date: 2018.07

    Event date:
    2018.07
     
     
  • Proposal and Empirical Evaluation of Renovation to Zero Energy House(ZEH) Aiming for Self-Consumption of Surplus Power

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2018

    Event date:
    2018
     
     
  • Proposal and Empirical Evaluation of Renovation to Zero Energy House (ZEH) Aiming for Self-Consumption of Surplus Power

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2018

    Event date:
    2018
     
     
  • ゼロ・エネルギー・ハウスの提案と実証 (第3報)ヒューマンファクターを考慮したエネルギー制御システムの提案と実装

    中川 純, 小松 昇平, 島村 知弥, 角尾 怜美, 高口 洋人, 田辺 新一

    環境工学I  日本建築学会

    Presentation date: 2016.08

    Event date:
    2016.08
     
     
  • Prediction Methods for Thermal Sensation and Comfort (Part 8) Developing a new predicting model OTn for local thermal sensation with thermo-regulation model

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Environment required for Thermal Comfort after Entering a Room from Summer Heat

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Field Study on Optimum Thermal Environmental Control of Train Stations Part 20: Evaluation of Thermal and Light environment in station with skylight

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Dynamic Thermal Comfort in Architecture and Urban Part1: Development of the Wearable Sensing Device

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Thermal Comfort Evaluation in a Vehicle Equipped with Cold Storage Evaporator

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Prediction of the effects of the cooling method during watching outdoor games in summer

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Demonstration project on air conditioning operation to the ZEB in suburban office building (Part 1)The indoor environment, the comfort and the energy consumption at the time of preset temperature change

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Field Study on Optimum Thermal Environmental Control of Train Stations Part 21: Evaluation of Thermal and Light environment form by railway stations Skylight sheilding method

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Infection Control in Hospitals Part.14 Evaluation of Environmental Surface of Contamination in a Hospital by ATP

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Infection Control in Hospitals Part 16 Study of Ventilation Volume and Rolling Screen Height in 4-Bed Room

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Infection Control in Hospital Part.15 Influence of the Partition Size on the Infection Risk in a 4-bed Patient Room

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Evaluation of Operation Results and Indoor Environment of Urban High-Rise Tenant Office Building with Environment-Considering Technologies (Part 10) Operation Results for Two Years Post-Completion

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Proposal of Energy Saving Optimisation Method on Office Façade

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Research on Zero-Energy technology for Smart Building Construction Part 1 Concept of zero-energy building

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Feasibility Estimates of Zero Energy Building in 54 Models of Small and Medium-Scale Office Buildings

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • The Research for Environmental Performance of Public School Gymnasiums in Urban Area

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Optimal Thermal Environment for Bedrooms in Summer Considering Sleep Stages

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Field Study on Optimum Thermal Environmental Control of Train Stations Part 22: Thermal Environment of a Station with Mist Cooling

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • "8 Tries" toward the Next Generation HVAC System – Summary of 8 Tries and Zero Energy Building –

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Design and Verification of the Advanced Office Building Part 6: Effect of Using Multiple Personal Comfort Systems

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Thermal Comfort of Radiant Cooling System in Zero-Energy House

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Evaluation of Factors that Affect Cooling Capacity of Hydronic Radiant Ceiling Panels

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Study on the Energy-Saving System which using Renewable Energy for Earth Building TACHIKAWA

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Environmental Assessment Index Considering Worker's Wellness:Part1. Suggestion to Healthy Performance Evaluation Index in Japan and Evaluation of Office Building

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Environmental Assessment Index Considering Worker's Wellness Part 2. Analysis on the Degree of Health Improvement and Application of WELL Building Standard in Japanese Office Buildings

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Study on the energy-saving system which using renewable energy for Earth Building TACHIKAWA Part 4. The measurement of indoor environment and questionnaire on comfort in winter

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Study on the energy-saving system which using renewable energy for Earth Building TACHIKAWA Part 2: Analysis of the building energy consumption in fall and winter.

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Automatic control with ECHONET Lite

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Comfortable Condition of Radiant Cooling inResidential Building (Part2) Thermal Manikin Experiment and Comfort Zone

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • The Development of Thermoregulation Model Considering Changing Physiological Amount by Cold Acclimation

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Infection Control in Hospitals Part.18 Transmission Characteristics of Droplet with Route of Infectious

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Comfortable Condition of Radiant Cooling System in Residential Building (Part 1) Results of Subjective Experiment and EFCT Measurement

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • Prediction Methods for Thermal Sensation and Comfort (Part 9) Application of a predicting model OTn for local thermal sensation to transient conditions by using of a thermoregulation model.

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 2016

    Event date:
    2016
     
     
  • 41183 Thermal Comfortable Condition for Heating Considering Contact with Floor : Part 2: An Investigation of Thermal Comfortable Condition

    SHINOHARA Manami

    Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting  Architectural Institute of Japan

    Presentation date: 2014.09

    Event date:
    2014.09
     
     
  • 41182 Thermal Comfortable Condition for Heating Considering Contact with Floor : Part 1: Subjective Tests with Different Heating System

    HIROSE Ayaka

    Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting  Architectural Institute of Japan

    Presentation date: 2014.09

    Event date:
    2014.09
     
     
  • 41234 Evaluation of Working Environment in Advanced Tenant Office Building with Green Technologies : Part 7.Evaluation of Workplace Environment in Intermediate Seasons

    Hidari Katsuaki

    Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting  Architectural Institute of Japan

    Presentation date: 2014.09

    Event date:
    2014.09
     
     
  • 41233 Evaluation of Working Environment in Advanced Tenant Office Building with Green Technologies : Part 6. Evaluation of Workplace Environment by Improvement in Operation in Summer

    AOKI Gen

    Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting  Architectural Institute of Japan

    Presentation date: 2014.09

    Event date:
    2014.09
     
     
  • 41203 Evaluation of Working Environment in Advanced Tenant Office Building with Green Technologies : Part 3. Comparison of Operations Improvement on Indoor Environment and Energy Consumption

    ISHII Yoshiaki

    Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting  Architectural Institute of Japan

    Presentation date: 2013.08

    Event date:
    2013.08
     
     
  • 41202 Evaluation of Working Environment in Advanced Tenant Office Building with Green Technologies : Part 2. Evaluation of Workplace Environment in Winter

    MUTOH Yuka

    Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting  Architectural Institute of Japan

    Presentation date: 2013.08

    Event date:
    2013.08
     
     
  • 41201 Evaluation of Working Environment in Advanced Tenant Office Building with Green Technologies : Part 1. Planning of Radiation Cooling System and Personal Environmetal Control System

    Hidari Katsuaki

    Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting  Architectural Institute of Japan

    Presentation date: 2013.08

    Event date:
    2013.08
     
     
  • 41164 WEB-Based Questionnaire Survey on Awareness and Measures of Saving Electricity by Region : Tokyo, Nagoya and Osaka

    TSUSHIMA Sayana

    Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting  Architectural Institute of Japan

    Presentation date: 2013.08

    Event date:
    2013.08
     
     
  • 40043 Research Project on Workplace Productivity (Part 10) : Time Balance of Behavior and Priority of Indoor Environment of Office Workers by Job Title

    NISHIHARA Naoe

    Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting  Architectural Institute of Japan

    Presentation date: 2012.09

    Event date:
    2012.09
     
     
  • 41688 A Low Carbon Building with High Workplace Productivity for Advanced Office(Part26) : Effect of indoor Environmental Factors on Creativity

    ITO Kotaro

    Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting  Architectural Institute of Japan

    Presentation date: 2012.09

    Event date:
    2012.09
     
     
  • 41687 A Low Carbon Building with High Workplace Productivity for Advanced Office(Part25) : The Result of Questionnaire and Communication Surveys in the Pre and Post-relocation Offices

    NAGAREDA Asami

    Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting  Architectural Institute of Japan

    Presentation date: 2012.09

    Event date:
    2012.09
     
     
  • 41686 A Low Carbon Building with High Workplace Productivity for Advanced Office(Part24) : The Outline of the Field Survey and the Result of Indoor Environment in the Pre and Post-relocation Offices

    HIGUCHI Miwa

    Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting  Architectural Institute of Japan

    Presentation date: 2012.09

    Event date:
    2012.09
     
     
  • 41670 Performance Measurement of Heat Pump Desiccant Systems Installed in an measurement Office Building : Part 2 Operational aspect of air-conditioning equipment

    ISHIKURA Yuka

    Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting  Architectural Institute of Japan

    Presentation date: 2012.09

    Event date:
    2012.09
     
     
  • 41669 Performance Measurement of Heat Pump Desiccant Systems Installed in an measurement Office Building : Part 1 The outline of the field survey and the result of indoor environment

    TATARA Kengo

    Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting  Architectural Institute of Japan

    Presentation date: 2012.09

    Event date:
    2012.09
     
     
  • 41666 Comfort, Productivity and Energy Conservation in Offices under Electricity Saving after Great East Japan Earthquake : Part4.Evaluation of the Amount of Power Consumption in the Whole Building by BEMS

    HIRAOKA Masaya

    Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting  Architectural Institute of Japan

    Presentation date: 2012.09

    Event date:
    2012.09
     
     
  • 41665 Comfort, Productivity and Energy Conservation in Offices under Electricity Saving after Great East Japan Earthquake : Part 3 Evaluation of Energy consumption

    Komoda Hideharu

    Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting  Architectural Institute of Japan

    Presentation date: 2012.09

    Event date:
    2012.09
     
     
  • 41664 Comfort, Productivity and Energy Conservation in Offices under Electricity Saving after Great East Japan Earthquake : Part 2. Indoor Environment and Occupants' Satisfaction of Environmental Quality

    TSUSHIMA Sayana

    Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting  Architectural Institute of Japan

    Presentation date: 2012.09

    Event date:
    2012.09
     
     
  • 41663 Comfort, Productivity and Energy Conservation in Offices under Electricity Saving after Great East Japan Earthquake : Part 1. Survey Outline and Awareness of Saving Electricity

    TANABE Shin-ichi

    Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting  Architectural Institute of Japan

    Presentation date: 2012.09

    Event date:
    2012.09
     
     
  • 41579 Comfort and Productivity Evaluation of Indoor Environment in Office Building Renovated to the ZEB : Part2.Effect of Each Environment on Satisfaction and Work Efficiency in Office Saved on Electricity

    MORIMOTO Ryo

    Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting  Architectural Institute of Japan

    Presentation date: 2012.09

    Event date:
    2012.09
     
     
  • 41578 Comfort and Productivity Evaluation of Indoor Environment in Office Building Renovated to the ZEB : Part1.Results of the Field Survey and Productivity in Office Saved on Electricity

    MIYAKE Hiromi

    Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting  Architectural Institute of Japan

    Presentation date: 2012.09

    Event date:
    2012.09
     
     
  • 41458 Survey for the Office Installed Task Ambient KOOL System with Ceiling Radiation Membrane : (Part5) The Effects of Operations Improvement in Indoor Environment Quality

    MUTOH Yuka

    Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting  Architectural Institute of Japan

    Presentation date: 2012.09

    Event date:
    2012.09
     
     
  • 41452 Thermal Comfort of Personal Air-Conditioning System with Separation Process of Latent Heat and Sensible Heat (Part4) : Evaluation of Thermal Environmental Vote and Performance for the Subjective Experiment

    SAKO Kanae

    Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting  Architectural Institute of Japan

    Presentation date: 2012.09

    Event date:
    2012.09
     
     
  • 41451 Thermal Comfort of Personal Air-Conditioning System with Separation Process of Latent Heat and Sensible Heat (Part3) : The Methodology of Subjective Experiment, Result of Indoor Environment and Physiological Index

    FURUYA Keiichi

    Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting  Architectural Institute of Japan

    Presentation date: 2012.09

    Event date:
    2012.09
     
     
  • 41450 Thermal Comfort of Personal Air-Conditioning Systemwith Separation Process of Latent Heat and Sensible heat (Part2) : Experimental Evaluation of Thermal Environment by Using Thermal Manikin

    MIYAZAKI Takashi

    Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting  Architectural Institute of Japan

    Presentation date: 2012.09

    Event date:
    2012.09
     
     
  • 41449 Thermal Comfort of Personal Air-Conditioning System with Separation Process of Latent Heat and Sensible Heat (Part1) : Numerical Calculation of Air Distribution in Personal Cooling Mode

    WADA Kazuki

    Summaries of technical papers of annual meeting  Architectural Institute of Japan

    Presentation date: 2012.09

    Event date:
    2012.09
     
     
  • 久保洋香、秋山友里、横山朋之、大森敏明、大平昇、冨永隆一、松前和則、秋元孝之、田辺新一

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 秋山友里、横山朋之、久保洋香、大森敏明、大平昇、冨永隆一、松前和則、秋元孝之、田辺新一

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 横山朋之、久保洋香、秋山友里、大森敏明、大平昇、冨永隆一、松前和則、秋元孝之、田辺新一

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 古谷恵一、田辺新一、西原直枝、山本麻莉、迫加奈絵、和田一樹、大宮由紀夫、山本泰造

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 山本麻莉、田辺新一、西原直枝、迫加奈絵、古谷恵一、和田一樹、大宮由紀夫、山本泰造

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 迫加奈絵、田辺新一、西原直枝、山本麻莉、古谷恵一、和田一樹、大宮由紀夫、山本泰造

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 和田一樹、大宮由紀夫、高橋幹雄、山本泰造、松岡康友、山本麻莉、田辺新一、西原直枝

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 岩橋優子、田辺新一

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 高橋由貴、田辺新一

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 高橋幹雄、野崎尚子、田辺新一、西原直枝、柳井崇、多和田友美、加藤信介、伊藤一秀

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 西原直枝、柳井崇、田辺新一、多和田友美、高橋幹雄、野崎尚子、加藤信介、伊藤一秀

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 多和田友美、柳井崇、田辺新一、西原直枝、高橋幹雄、野崎尚子、加藤信介、伊藤一秀

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 伊藤光太郎、樋口美和、石倉結花、西原直枝、田辺新一、伊藤剛、和田克明、吉野攝子

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 樋口美和、石倉結花、伊藤光太郎、西原直枝、田辺新一、伊藤剛、和田克明、吉野攝子

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 石倉結花、樋口美和、伊藤光太郎、西原直枝、田辺新一、伊藤剛、和田克明、吉野攝子

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 遠藤えりか、浜崎絋嗣、中村友香、高橋由貴、田辺新一

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 浜崎絋嗣、遠藤えりか、中村友香、高橋由貴、田辺新一

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 横田圭洋、篠田文彦、堤仁美、田辺新一、中原弘一、節島正和

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 篠田文彦、横田圭洋、堤仁美、田辺新一、中原弘一、節島正和

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 佐伯寅彦、森本正一、植田俊克、湯懐鵬、田辺新一、堤仁美、堀賢

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 森本正一、佐伯寅彦、植田俊克、湯懐鵬、田辺新一、堤仁美、堀賢

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 諫早俊樹、岡島彩子、伊藤隆、堤仁美、森本正一、田辺新一、堀賢、有賀隆男

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 岡島彩子、諫早俊樹、伊藤隆、堤仁美、森本正一、田辺新一、堀賢、有賀隆男

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 川村聡宏、井口侑香、金兌、金勲、田辺新一

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 金兌、井口侑香、川村聡宏、金勲、田辺新一

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 井口侑香、川村聡宏、金兌、金勲、田辺新一

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 金勲、有賀隆男、田辺新一

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 小金澤淳、金勲、田辺新一、大西邦弘、前川真貴子

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 多々良研吾、佐藤菜生、金勲、田辺新一

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 佐藤菜生、多々良研吾、金勲、田辺新一

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 米田拓朗、三宅宏美、和田一樹、佐久間英二、田辺新一

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 三宅宏美、米田拓朗、和田一樹、佐久間英二、田辺新一

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 吉澤茂之、熊野直人、辻裕次、町田晃一、川上梨沙、瀬沼央、田辺新一

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 熊野直人、田辺新一、鈴木道哉、村上宏次、山口一、辻裕次

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 大森敏明、田辺新一、佐古井智紀

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 吉村真一、森勇司、小林裕、田辺新一、大井元

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 小林裕、森勇司、吉村真一、田辺新一、大井元

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 尾関義一、田辺新一

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 堤仁美、伊藤隆、森桜、諫早俊樹、田辺新一、堀賢、清水芳男、井尾浩章、濱田千江子、富野康日己

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 森桜、伊藤隆、諫早俊樹、堤仁美、田辺新一、堀賢、清水芳男、井尾浩章、濱田千江子、富野康日己

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 伊藤隆、田辺新一、森桜、堤仁美、諫早俊樹、堀賢、清水芳男、井尾浩章、濱田千江子、富野康日己

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 田辺新一、伊藤隆、森桜、堤仁美、諫早俊樹、堀賢、清水芳男、井尾浩章、濱田千江子、富野康日己

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 飯野直志、瀬川莉奈、山田有紀、中村友香、伊藤光太郎、横山朋之、坂本圭司、大石洋之、中野淳太、田辺新一

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 瀬川莉奈、山田有紀、中村友香、伊藤光太郎、横山朋之、坂本圭司、飯野直志、大石洋之、中野淳太、田辺新一

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 山田有紀、中村友香、伊藤光太郎、横山朋之、瀬川莉奈、坂本圭司、飯野直志、大石洋之、中野淳太、田辺新一

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 坂本圭司、中村友香、伊藤光太郎、横山朋之、瀬川莉奈、山田有紀、飯野直志、大石洋之、中野淳太、田辺新一

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 中村友香、伊藤光太郎、横山朋之、瀬川莉奈、山田有紀、坂本圭司、飯野直志、大石洋之、中野淳太、田辺新一

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 加藤龍一、長澤夏子、堤仁美、高口洋人、秋元孝之、田辺新一

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 長澤夏子、加藤龍一、堤仁美、高口洋人、秋元孝之、田辺新一

    Presentation date: 2011.08

  • 4090 A Basic Study on the Prediction of the Concentration of Formaldehyde using Small Chamber. : Influence of Ventilation Rates and Ventilation routs on Formaldehyde Emissions

    YAMADA Hiromi, HAYASHI Motoya, TANABE Shin-ichi

    日本建築学会近畿支部研究報告集. 環境系  Architectural Institute of Japan

    Presentation date: 2001.05

    Event date:
    2001.05
     
     
  • A Study on The Technique to Predict and Estimate Indoor Air Quality : No. 1 The Grasp of The Factors which have a Influence upon The Emission of Formaldehyde

    YAMADA Hiromi

    Summaries of technical papers of Annual Meeting Architectural Institute of Japan. D-2, Environmental engineering II, Heat, moisture, thermal comfort, natural energy, air flow, ventilation, smoke exhaustion, computational fluid dynamics, indoor air quality  Architectural Institute of Japan

    Presentation date: 1999.07

    Event date:
    1999.07
     
     
  • 311 通信機械室における快適作業環境維持のための冷却ベストに関する研究(S3-Pポスター発表, Session 3被服)

    吉見 直枝, 田辺 新一, 高木 理佐, 羽山 広文, 小松 正佳

    人間-生活環境系シンポジウム報告集  人間-生活環境系学会

    Presentation date: 1998.11

    Event date:
    1998.11
     
     
  • The Cooling Vest for Comfortable Work Environment in the Telecommunication Machine Room : Improvement of Cooling Vest and Field lnvestigation

    TAKAKI Risa

    The Society of Heating, Air-Conditioning Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 1998.07

    Event date:
    1998.07
     
     
  • Formaldehyde Concentration in a Demonstration House Based on Emission Rates from Building Materials and Ventilation Measurements

    YAMADA Hiromi

    Techinical Papers of Annual Meeting the Society of Heating,Air-conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan  The Society of Heating,Air-Conditioning&Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 1998

    Event date:
    1998
     
     
  • Thermal Comfort of the Cooling Vest for Using in the Telecommunication Machine Room

    YOSHIMI Naoe

    The Society of Heating, Air-Conditioning Sanitary Engineers of Japan

    Presentation date: 1997.07

    Event date:
    1997.07
     
     
  • K.Kimura, M.Shukuya, S.Tanabe

  • K.Kimura, M.Shukuya, S.Tanabe

  • Y.Kato, S.Tanabe

  • K.Kimura, S.Tanabe, T.Momose

  • K.Kimura, S.Tanabe

  • S.Tanabe, K.Kimura, T.Hara

  • S.Tanabe, K.Kimura, T.Hara, T.Akimoto

  • R.J.deDear, S.Tanabe, H.N.Knudsen, J.H.Pejtersen, J.Mackerprang, P.O.Fanger

  • K.Kimura, S.Tanabe

  • T.Iwata, S.Tanabe, K.Kimura, S.Sugiura

  • S.Tanabe, K.Kimura, S.Doi, C.Okubo, Y.Tochihara, H.Komine

  • S.Doi, K.Kimura, T.Iwata, S.Tanabe, H.Komine, Y.Tochihara, C.Okubo, S.Sugiura

  • Y.Hasebe, S.Tanabe, K.Kimura

  • G.Iwashita, K.Kimura, J.Tanimoto, S.Doi, T.Sato, S.Tanabe

  • S.Tanabe, K.Kimura, U.Inoue, G.Iwashita, N.Akiyama, K.Tamiya, T.Akimoto, K.Fujino

  • M.Shukuya, T.Sunada, S.Tanabe, K.Talano, K.Takahashi, H.Komine

  • G.Iwashita, K.Kimura, T.Sato, S.Yoshizawa, K,Ikeda, S.Tanabe

  • T.Iwata, S.Doi, K.Kimura, S.Tanabe

  • K.Kimura, S.Tanabe

  • S.Tanabe, Y.Hasebe, K.Kimura

  • K.Matunaga, F.Sudo, S.Tanabe, and T.L.Madsen

  • S.Tanabe and K.Kimura

  • Tatsuya Hayashi, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Ken-ichi Kimura, Takashi Suzuki

  • Reiko Hasebe, Ken-ichi Kimura, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Shou Ha, Ryota Kubo

  • Takashi Akimoto, Ken-ichi Kimura, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Tatsuo Nobe

  • Maki Ichihara, Masafumi Saitou, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Mika Nishimura

  • Susumu Doi, Koichi Kitagawa, Hiroko Hayano, Noriko Komoda, Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • S.Tanabe

  • J.Nakano, R.Hasebe, J.Kim, C.Narita, T.Akimoto, S,Tanabe, K.Kimura

  • P.O.Fanger, L.Fang, S.Tanabe,

  • J.Nakano, S.Tanabe, K.Kimura,

  • S.Tanabe, K.Kimura, J.Kim, S.Lee, K.Otaka, M.Kouyama, T.Murata, H.Tan

  • Y.Ozeki, C.Narita, M.Konishi, S.Tanabe

  • Y.Motiya, T.Fujito, M.Oyama, S.Tanabe

  • H.Yamada, K.Uehara, M.Hayashi, S.Tanabe

  • S.Tanabe

  • N.Yoshimi, S.Tanabe, R.Takaki, H.Hayama, M.Komatsu

  • C.Narita, S.Tanabe, Y.Ozeki, M.Konishi, M.Ono, K.Sato

  • Y.Moriya, N.Yoneno, M.Oyama, S.Tanabe

  • C.Narita,?S.Tanabe,?Y.Ozeki,?M.Konishi, M.Ono,?K.Sato

  • J.Nakano, H.Tsutsumi, S.Horikawa, S.Tanabe, K.Kimura

  • J.Nakano, A.Okuda, S.Lee, S.Tanabe, K.Kimura

  • S.Tanabe

  • S.Tanabe

  • Hirofumi Horata,Yoshiko Teranishi,Yasushige Morikawa,Hitoshi Fukao,Shuzo Murakami,Hiroshi Yoshino and Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • R.Funaki, N.Shimada, and S.Tanabe

  • Taichi Akutsu, Kazukiyo Kumagai, Shigehisa Uchiyama and Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • K.Kobayashi, J.Nakano and S.Tanabe

  • R. Aoki, J.Matsumoto, and S. Tanabe

  • M. Banno and S. Tanabe

  • R. Funaki and S. Tanabe

  • S. Tanabe, M. Banno and Y. Asai

  • S. Mitsuzawa and S. Tanabe

  • Chie Narita, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Yoshiichi Ozeki, Masaaki Konishi

  • H. Tsutsumi, A. Toyota, T. Akimoto, S. Tanabe, T. Suzuki

  • Junta Nakano, Shin-ichi Tanabe, and Ken-ichi Kimura

  • Shin-ichi Tanabe, Kozo Kobayashi, Junta Nakano, Yoshiichi Ozeki, Masaaki Konishi

  • J.Nakano, K.Goto, M.Noguchi, H.Fujii, T.Shimoda, and S.Tanabe

  • H.Tsutsumi, A.Toyota, T.Akimoto, and T.Suzuki

  • R.Funaki, H.Tanaka, and S.Tanabe

  • S.Tanabe, R.Shirai, M.Banno and Y.Asai

  • H.Tanaka, S.Tanabe and R.Funaki

  • N.Nishihara, Y.Yamamoto, and S.Tanabe

  • J.Matsumoto, S.Tanabe and R.Aoki

  • T.Nobe, S.Tanabe, S.Lee, Y.Tomioka

  • S.Tanabe, Y.Ozeki, T.Takabayashi

  • Yoshiichi Ozeki, Toru Takabayashi, Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Nishikawa M, Nishihara N, Hirose S, Tanabe S

  • Nishihara N, Tanabe S

  • Nobe T, Tanabe S, Tomioka Y

  • Watanabe S, Tanabe S

  • Sato T, Xu L, Ogawa K, Tanabe S

  • Shimoda T, Noguchi M, Nakano J, Tanabe S

  • Nakano J, Tanabe S

  • Hayashi J, Akimoto T, Lee S, Iesaki N, Yokota T, Tanabe S

  • Akimoto T, Lee S, Iesaki N, Yokota T, Hayashi J,Tanabe S

  • Nakano J, Tanabe S

  • Tanabe S

  • Chen Y, Tsutsumi H, Akimoto T, Tanabe S, Takagi T,

  • Tsutsumi H, Chen Y, Akimoto T, Tanabe S, Suzuki T

  • Wargocki P, Bako-Biro Z, Baginska S, Nakagawa T, Fanger P.O, Weschler C.J, Tanabe S

  • Nakagawa T, Wargocki P, Tanabe S, Weschler C.J, Baginska S, Bako-Biro Z, Fanger P.O

  • Funaki R, Tanaka H, Nakagawa T, Tanabe S

  • Marumoto N, Suzuki N, Tanabe S

  • Tanaka H, Tanabe S, Funaki R, Nakagawa T

  • Asai M, Matsumoto J, Tanabe S

  • Nakagawa T, Funaki R, Tanaka H and Tanabe S

  • Junta Nakano, Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Takeshi Morii, Toshitaka Shimoda, Hirofumi Fujii, Junta Nakano, and Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • H. Tsutsumi, Y. Chen, T. Akimoto, S. Tanabe and T.Suzuki

  • Y.Tanaka, H. Tsutsumi, Y. Chen, M. Kato, D. Katahira, T. Akimoto, S. Tanabe, J. Harigaya, Y. Iguchi and G. Nakamura

  • S. Tabuchi, M. Asai, S. Sakai, N. Marumoto and S. Tanabe

  • M. Shoji, T. Nobe and S. Tanabe

  • Y. Shiraishi, S. Tanabe and K. Kimura

  • Y. Ozeki, T. Hiramatsu, T. Takabayashi, S. Tanabe

  • N. Nishihara and S. Tanabe

  • S. Tanabe

  • J. Hayashi, S. Lee1 Y. Tomioka, J. Harigaya, T. Nobe and S. Tanabe

  • T. Akimoto, J. Matsuda, N. Nishihara, S. Tanabe

  • T. Akimoto, S. Horikawa, Y. Yamazaki, S, LEE, H. Tsutsumi, Y. Kitahara

  • H Tani, T Aoki, S Tanabe, H Taguchi

  • E Nishimura, N Marumoto, S Tanabe

  • E Mochizuki, T Iwata, F Shinohara

  • T Akimoto, S Tanabe, H Amai, T Genma

  • H Kim, S Tabuchi, S Tanabe

  • N Nishihara, P Wargocki, DP Wyon, S Tanabe, PO Fanger

  • K Hoshino, S Kato, S Tanabe, Y Ataka, S Ogawa, T Shimofuji

  • M Fujino, E Mochizuki, H Miyazawa and T Iwata

  • E Mochizuki, M Fujino, T Iwata

  • A Tanaka, N Nishihara, M Haneda, S Tanabe

  • H Amai, SI Tanabe, T Akimoto, T Genma

  • T Aoki, S Tanabe, R Funaki, H Tanaka, T Nakagawa, I Kihara, T Shibue

  • H Tsutsumi, S Tanabe, M Kato, J Harigaya, D Katahira, T Akimoto, Y Iguchi, G Nakamura

  • M Haneda, S Tanabe, R Funaki

  • S Tanabe

  • Naoe Nishihara and Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • 相澤芳弘

  • 渡辺 賢太郎

  • M. Yamada, R. Wada, S. Tanabe, H. Nagayama and H. Oi

  • Y. Goto, J. Nakano, K. Sakamoto, T. Iino and S. Tanabe

  • J. Nakano, Y. Goto, K. Sakamoto, T. Iino and S. Tanabe

  • K. Kubota, Y.Ishikawa, A.Hasegawa and S. Tanabe

  • M.Kawai, M.Tokuno, K.Takiguchi and S.Tanabe

  • H. Ichimaru, T. Ito, E. Mochizuki, S. Tanabe and H Hashimoto

  • M. Haneda, S. Tanabe, N. Nishihara

  • E. Togashi and S. Tanabe

  • M. Fujino, T. Iwata and E. Mochizuki

  • E. Mochizuki, S. Watanabe, K. Kobayashi, Y. Wei, S. Tanabe, H. Takai and Y. Shiratori

  • E. Mochizuki, T. Iwata and S. Tanabe

  • N. Nishihara, M. Nishikawa, M. Haneda and S. Tanabe

  • H. Tsutsumi, S. Tanabe, J. Harigaya, Y. Iguchi, G. Nakamura

  • S. Tanabe

  • Hitomi Tsutsumi, Yoshitaka Hoda, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Akiko Arishiro

  • Eisuke Togashi, Shin-ichi Tanabe and Tomohiro Ataku

  • Yusuke Tanaka, Masaki Tajima, Ken-ichi Sato, Yukitada Murae, Masayuki Hattori, Hoon Kim, Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • M. Hattori, Y. Tanaka, K. Hoon, S. Kashihara, K. Yoshida and S. Tanabe

  • Hiromasa Suzuki, Yoshihide Yamamoto, Masatoshi Kuboki and Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Toshiaki Omori and Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Keita Murakami, Shin-ichi Tanabe and Masaoki Haneda

  • Yuichi Nakagawa, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Shinya Nagareda, Daisuke Shinozuka, Kozo Kobayashi, Katsumi Niwa, Osamu Kiyota, Katsuyuki Inagaki and Yoshihiro Aizawa

  • Taichi Tanaka, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Eisuke Togashi, Keizo Yokoyama and Takeshi Watanabe

  • Hitomi Tsutsumi, Yoshitaka Hoda, Hayato Ohashi, Yuta Ezaki, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Junkichi Harigaya, and Toshihiko Ishizawa

  • Hayato Ohashi, Hitomi Tsutsumi, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Ken-ichi Kimura, Hideaki Murakami, Koji Kiyohara

  • Ken Misawa, Junta Nakano and Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Masanori Ueki, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Naoe Nishihara, Masaya Nishikawa, Masaoki Haneda, and Akihiro Kawamura

  • Shinya Nagareda, Takashi Akimoto, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Takashi Yanai, Masato Sasaki Daisuke Shinozuka, Yuichi Nakagawa, Yuichi Kurosaki

  • Akihiro Kawamura, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Naoe Nishihara, Masaoki Haneda, and Masanori Ueki

  • Yoshitaka Hoda, Hitomi Tsutsumi, Shin-ichi Tanabe, and Akiko Arishiro

  • Masaoki Haneda, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Naoe Nishihara, Masanori Ueki and Akihiro Kawamura

  • Naoe Nishihara, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Masaoki Haneda, Masanori Ueki, Akihiro Kawamura and Kouei Obata

  • Go Iwashita, and Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Shin-ichi Tanabe, Masaoki Haneda and Naoe Nishihara

  • Yoshinori Suzuki, Masaya Hiraoka, Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Eisuke Togashi, Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Jeongsoo Kim, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Hajime Matsuura and Junta Nakano

  • Keigo Mochida, Masayuki Hattori, Yusuke Tanaka, Seiichi Kashihara, Kazuyuki Yoshida, Masaki Tajima, Hoon Kim and Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Hitomi Tsutsumi, Yuta Ezaki, Shin-ichi Tanabe,Yoshitaka Hoda, Hayato Ohashi,Kanako Yokoo, Hitomi Takeuchi, Junkichi Harigaya, Takeshi Takatsuka and Toshihiko Ishizawa

  • Yuta Ezaki, Hitomi Tsutsumi, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Yoshitaka Hoda, Hayato Ohashi,Junkichi Harigaya, Takeshi Takatsuka and Toshihiko Ishizawa

  • Ryosuke Mimura, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Yuichi Nakagawa, Shinya Nagareda, Osamu Kiyota, Katsuyuki Inagaki, Masahiro Oka, Daisuke Shinozuka, Kozo Kobayashi and Katsumi Niwa

  • Masatoshi Usami, Tomoaki Ushio, Hideto Hayashi, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Eisuke Togashi and Masatoshi Kuboki

  • Yuriko Kurosawa, Shuichi Takano, Shin-ichi Tanabe and Masafumi Morimoto

  • Wakako Ikegami, Nobuhiro Hirasuga, Kenji Fujinami, Ken Misawa, Junta Nakano, Yuri Nakagawa and Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Takaomi Ogawa, Togashi Eisuke, Keizou Yokoyama, Takeshi Watanabe and Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Kenji Fujinami, Hiromasa Suzuki, Jeongsoo Kim and Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Hiroshi Ito, Wei Yuming, Shinsuke Watanabe and Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Kenta Daioumaru, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Tomoji Kitahara and Yoshihide Yamamoto

  • Jun-ichi Sano, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Keita Murakami, Hiroki Nagayama, Hajime Oi and Takao Itami

  • Hiroki Takebe, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Toshiaki Omori, Kazunori Matsumae, Shin-ichi Kagiya, Yuichi Nakagawa and Takao Itami

  • Michiyo Yamamoto, Etsuko Mochizuki, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Koichi Kaiho and Osamu Nagase

  • Shuichi Takano, Yuriko Kurosawa and Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Naoe Nishihara, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Masaoki Haneda and Shunsuke Nakamura

  • Shunsuke Nakamura, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Naoe Nishihara and Masaoki Haneda

  • Masaoki Haneda, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Naoe Nishihara and Shunsuke Nakamura

  • Naoe Nishihara, Masaoki Haneda, Shunsuke Nakamura and Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Nobuhiro Hirasuga, Fumito Yamagata, Kosuke Kawada, Wakako Ikegami, Kenji Fujinami, Junta Nakano, Yuri Nakagawa, Atsushi Sakai and Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Kosuke Kawada, Fumito Yamagata, Nobuhiro Hirasuga, Wakako Ikegami, Kenji Fujinami, Junta Nakano, Yuri Nakagawa, Atsushi Sakai and Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Fumito Yamagata, Kosuke Kawada, Nobuhiro Hirasuga, Wakako Ikegami, Kenji Fujinami, Junta Nakano, Yuri Nakagawa, Atsushi Sakai and Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Tomomi Kawaguchi, Jeongsoo Kim, Shin-ichi Tanabe and Yuki Takahashi

  • Kotaro Okada, Hoon Kim, Hyuntae Kim, Syuichi Takano, Hiroshi Yoshino and Shin-ichi Tanabe1

  • Hisato Nakamura, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Hoon Kim, Takafumi Kawamoto and Takashi Watanabe

  • Hyun-tae Kim, Yuriko Kurosawa, Shin-ichi Tanaba, Toshimasa Isozaki, Tetsuo Terayama, Masahiro Takahara, Hajime Moroo, MasaakiKatano and Daisuke Kawamata

  • Takashi Akimoto, Masato Sasaki, Yuichi Nakagawa and Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Naoya Ando, Hiroshi Yoshino, Rie Takaki, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Motoya Hayashi and Kenichi Hasegawa

  • Kenichi Azuma, Rika Funaki, Ayumi Hasegawa, Naohide Shinohara, Makoto Yamaguchi, Kiyo-omi Fujita, Yusuke Kikuchi and Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Gen Kawaguchi, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Naoe Nishihara, Masaoki Haneda and Satoshi Uchida

  • Naoe Nishihara, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Masaoki Haneda, Satoshi Uchida, Gen Kawaguchi and Yuri Akiyama

  • Hisato Nakamura, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Hoon Kim, Takafumi Kawamoto and Takashi Watanabe

  • Masaoki Haneda, Pawel Wargocki, Mariusz Dalewski and Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Masaoki Haneda, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Naoe Nishihara, Shunsuke Nakamura, Satoshi Uchida and Gen Kawaguchi

  • Kosuke Kawada, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Kenji Fujinami and Jeongsoo Kim

  • Seiji Hoshi, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Takahi Akimoto and Masato Sasaki

  • Nobuhiro Hirasuga, Yuki Yamada, Fumito Yamagata, Kosuke Kawada, Wakako Ikegami, Yuri Nakagawa, Atsushi, Sakai, Tadashi Iino , Junta Nakano and Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Fumito Yamagata, Junta Nakano, Shin-ichi Tanabe and Masayuki Irie

  • Satoshi Uchida, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Naoe Nishihara, Masaoki Haneda, Shunsuke Nakamura and Gen Kawaguchi

  • Tomomi Kawaguchi, Jeongsoo Kim, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Masaya Hiraoka and Shin-ichi Hiromoto

  • Hitomi Takeuchi, Hitomi Tsutsumi, Junkichi Harigaya, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Toshihiko Ishizawa and Takeshi Takatsuka

  • Kotaro Okada, Hoon Kim, Hiroaki Taguchi and Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Shin-ichi Tanabe, Takashi Ito, Toshiki Isahaya, Hitomi Tsutsumi, Nobuhiro Hirasuga, Hitomi Takeuchi, Motohiko Iwase, Satoshi Hori, Shoichi Morimoto, Takao Ariga

  • Hitomi Tsutsumi, Fumihiko Shinoda, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Hitomi Takeuchi, Nobuhiro Hirasuga, Motohiko Iwase, Masakazu Setsujima, Kouichi Nakahara

  • Hitomi Tsutsumi, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Hitomi Takeuchi, Fumihiko Shinoda, Masakazu Setsujima, Koichi Nakahara

  • Naoe Nishihara, Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Yuki Yamada, Kosuke Kawada, Nobuhiro Hirasuga, Fumito Yamagata, Wakako Ikegami, Kiyoshi Sakamoto, Athushi Sakai, Tadashi Iino, Hiroshi Matsumura, Junta Nakano, Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Mari Yamamoto, Naoe Nishihara, Gen Kawaguchi, Junkichi Harigaya, Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Takuro Yoneda, Jeongsoo Kim, Yutaka Oura, Ken-ichi Yasuda, Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Masato Sasaki, Takashi Yanai, Takashi Akimoto, Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Atsushi Koganezawa, Hisato Nakamura, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Hoon Kim, Akira Yonezawa, Kunihiro Onishi

  • Hyun-tae Kim, Kotaro Okada, Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Takashi Akimoto, Michiyo Yamamoto, Masato Sasaki, Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Shin-ichi Tanabe, Hitomi Tsutsumi, Hitomi Takeuchi, Masakazu Setsujima, Koichi Nakahara

  • Yuji Mori, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Hiroki Nagayama, Hajime Oi, Jun-ichi Sano

  • Yuki Takahashi, Jeongsoo Kim, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Tomomi Kawaguchi, Yuko Iwahashi, Ken-ichi Yasuda

  • Yuri Akiyama; Shin-ichi Tanabe;Naoe Nishihara; Atsushi Kasuya;Kazuki Wada; Gen Kawaguchi; KanaeSako

  • Yuka Nakamura; Junta Nakano;Shin-ichi Tanabe; Yuki Yamada; KiyoshiSakamoto; Toshihiko Sato; Tadashi Iino

  • Natsuki Sato; Hoon Kim; Sin-ichiTanabe

  • Atsushi Koganezawa; HisatoNakamura; Hoon Kim; TakehikoMitsuda; Seijiro Hayashi

  • Akihiro Kawamura; Hyuntae Kim;Hoon Kim; Shin-ichi Tanabe; Iguchi Yuka

  • Yuka Ishikura; Susumu Horikawa;Tatsuya Hayashi; Shigeo Mitsuno;Satoshi Uchida; Mari Yamamoto;Naoe Nishihara; Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Shinichi Yoshimura; Yuji Mori;Hajime Oi; Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Yuji Mori; Shinichi Yoshimura;Hajime Oi; Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Tomoyuki Yokoyama; ToshiakiOmari; Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Aya Chiyonobu; Hiromasa Tanaka;Junya Hamane; Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Kanae Sako; Shin-ichi Tanabe; NaoeNishihara; Kazuki Wada; AtsushiKasuya; Gen Kawaguchi; Akiyama Yuri

  • Kotaro Ito; Shi-ichi Tanabe; NaoeNishihara; Miwa Higuchi; TsuyoshiIto; Setsuko Yoshino; Ryohei Mase;Katsuaki Wada

  • Koji Hamasaki; Kosuke Kawada;Jeongsoo Kim

  • Yuko Iwahashi; Shin-ichi Tanabe;Kim Jeongsoo; Tomomi Kawaguchi;Ken-ichi Yasuda

  • Toshiki Isahaya; Takashi Ito; HitomiTsutsumi; Fumihiko Shinoda; ShinichiTanabe; Satoshi Hori; ShoichiMorimoto; Takao Ariga

  • Takashi Ito; Shin-ichi Tanabe; ToshikiIsahaya; Hitomi Tsutsumi; FumihikoShinoda; Satoshi Hori

  • Fumihiko Shinoda; HitomiTsutsumi; Shin-ichi Tanabe; ToshikiIsahaya; Takashi Ito; MasakazuSetsujima; Kouichi Nakahara

  • Naoe Nishihara, Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Yutaka KOBAYASHI, Shinichi YOSHIMURA, Shin-ichi TANABE, Yoshiichi OZEKI

  • Hitomi Tsutsumi, Ayako Okajima, Mai Fujiwara, Shoichi Morimoto, Satoshi Hori, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Takao Ariga

  • Sakura Mori, Mariya Barova, Zhecho Bolashikov, Arsen Melikov, Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Ayako Okajima, Hitomi Tsutsumi, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Shoichi Morimoto, Satoshi Hori, Takao Ariga

  • Naoe Nishihara, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Kanae Sako, Kazuki Wada, Takashi Miyazaki, Mikio Takahashi

  • Hirotaka Kubo, Manami Shinohara, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Toshiaki Omori, Noboru Ohira, Ryuichi Tominaga, Yuki Nakagawa, Tomoyuki Yokoyama

  • Yutaka KOBAYASHI, Shinichi YOSHIMURA, Shin-ichi TANABE, Yoshiichi OZEKI

  • Kengo Tatara, Hoon Kim, Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Ayako Okajima, Hitomi Tsutsumi, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Toshiki Isahaya, Takashi Ito, Shoichi Morimoto, Satoshi Hori, Takao Ariga

  • Sakura Mori, Hitomi Tsutsumi, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Toshiki Isahaya, Takashi Ito, Satoshi Hori, Hiroaki Io, Yoshio Shimizu, Chieko Hamada, Yasuhiko Tomino

  • HiromiMiyake, Shin-ichi Tanabe, KazukiWada, Eiji Sakuma

  • Miwa Higuchi, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Naoe Nishihara, Kotaro Ito, Asami Nagareda, Tsuyoshi Ito, Katsuaki Wada, Setsuko Yoshino, Ryohei Mase

  • Hirotaka Kubo, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Tomoyuki Yokoyama, Toshiaki Omori, Noboru Ohira, Ryuichi Tominaga, Takashi Akimoto

  • Yutaka KOBAYASHI, Yuji MORI, Shinichi YOSHIMURA, Shinichi TANABE, Hajime OI

  • Keiichi Furuya, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Naoe Nishihara, Kazuki Wada, Taizou Yamamoto

  • Erika ENDO, Koji Hamasaki, Yuka Nakamura, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Nobuaki Furuya

  • Hitomi Tsutsumi, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Sakura Mori, Toshiki Isahaya, Takashi Ito, Hirotaka Kubo, Hiroaki Io, Yoshio Shimizu, Chieko Hamada, Satoshi Hori

  • Shoichi Morimoto, Torahiko Saeki, Huaipeng Tang, Toshikatsu Ueda, Satoshi Hori, Hitomi Tsutsumi, Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Naoe Nishihara, Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Ken Unno, Erika Endo, Yutaka Kobayashi, Seiichi Kashihara, Yuko Tsukiyama, Nobuaki Furuya, Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Genki Unno, Erika Endo, Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Sayana Tsushima, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Yuko Iwahashi, Naoe Nishihara, Masaya Hiraoka, Shinichi Hiromoto, Hideharu Komoda, Seiichi Tabuchi

  • Manami Shinohara, Tomoyuki Yokoyama, Hirotaka Kubo, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Toshiaki Omori, Noboru Oohira, Ryuichi Tominaga, Yuki Nakagawa

  • Masayuki Ogata, Hitomi Tsutsumi, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Masakazu Setsujima, Kouichi Nakahara

  • Asami Nagareda, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Naoe Nishihara, Miwa Higuchi, Tsuyoshi Ito, Katsuaki Wada, Setsuko Yoshino, Ryohei Mase

  • Yuka Mutoh, Keiichi Furuya, Naoe Nishihara, Shin-ich Tanabe, Mikio Takahashi, Kazuki Wada, Takashi Miyazaki

  • Ryo Morimoto, Hiromi Miyake, Naoe Nishihara, Takehito Imanari, Satoshi Ogawa, Katsumi Niwa, Masatoshi Kuboki, Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Daiki Kawamata, Yuka Nakamura, Kotaro Ito, Tomoyuki Yokoyama, Miwa Higuchi, Kiyoshi Sakamoto, Tadashi Iino, Hiroshi Oishi, Junta Nakano, Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Hirokazu Hatano, Akihiro Kawamura, Hyuntae Kim, Hoon Kim, Shin-ichi Tanabe

  • Mai Fujiwara, Ayako Okajima, Hitomi Tsutsumi, Shin-ichi Tanabe, Satoshi Hori, Shoichi Morimoto, Takao Ariga

  • HT. Kim, H. Hatano, S. Tanabe

  • 木村建一、宿谷昌則、田辺新一

  • 木村建一、田辺新一、藤井晴行

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  • 飯塚宏、田辺新一、中邨隆、三輪周吉

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  • 平須賀 信洋・川田 康介・山形 史人・池上 和歌子・藤浪 健二・三沢 健・中野 淳太・田辺 新一 ・仲川 ゆり

  • 川田 康介・山形 史人・平須賀 信洋・池上 和歌子・藤浪 健二・三沢 健・中野 淳太・田辺 新一 ・仲川 ゆり

  • 山形 史人・川田 康介・平須賀 信洋・池上 和歌子・藤浪 健二・三沢 健・中野 淳太・田辺 新一 ・仲川 ゆり

  • 小川 崇臣・富樫 英介・田辺 新一・宇佐見 雅俊

  • 田中 太一・富樫 英介・田辺 新一・小川 崇臣

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  • 鈴木 義範・富樫 英介・田辺 新一・平岡 雅哉・弘本 真一・菰田 英晴・田渕 誠一

  • 菰田英晴・平岡雅哉・弘本真一・田渕誠一・田辺新一・富樫英介・加井隆重・橋本 哲・西野 淳

  • 弘本真一・平岡雅哉・菰田英晴・田渕誠一・田辺新一・富樫英介・加井隆重・橋本 哲・西野 淳

  • 宇佐美 雅俊・松島 孝幸・久保木 真俊・牛尾 智秋・富樫 英介・田辺 新一・林 英人

  • 久保木 真俊・松島 孝幸・宇佐美 雅俊・牛尾 智秋・富樫 英介・田辺 新一・林 英人

  • 松島 孝幸・牛尾 智秋・久保木 真俊・田辺 新一・林 英人

  • 竹内 瞳・江崎 祐太・堤 仁美・針ヶ谷 純吉・田辺 新一・高塚 威・石沢 敏彦

  • 大森 敏明・田辺 新一

  • 田辺 新一・鍵屋 慎一・松前 和則

  • 小金澤淳、仲村寿人、金勲・田辺新一、井上雅雄、米澤璋

  • 達晃一、田辺新一、星野邦広、岩崎貴普、曽根孝

  • 富樫英介、田辺新一

  • 伊藤浩士、米田拓朗、金政秀、田辺新一

  • 米田拓朗、伊藤浩士、金政秀、田辺新一

  • 佐藤孝広、田辺新一、富樫英介、田村富士雄、織間正行、安宅智洋

  • 安宅智洋、田辺新一、富樫英介、田村富士雄、織間正行、佐藤孝広

  • 堤仁美、竹内瞳、田辺新一、節島正和、中原弘一

  • 大森敏明、田辺新一、松前和則

  • 森勇司、田辺新一、永山啓樹、大井元、佐野潤一

  • 山本麻莉、西原直枝、羽田正沖、川口玄、内田智志、秋山友里、針ヶ谷純吉、田辺新一

  • 山田有紀、川田康介、平須賀信洋、山形史人、仲川ゆり、松村博志、中野淳太、田辺新一、酒井敦司、飯野直志、池上和歌子

  • 高橋由貴、金政秀、田辺新一

  • 秋山友里、田辺新一、西原直枝、羽田正沖、内田智志、川口玄、山本麻莉

  • 山本倫代、岩瀬基彦、星清慈、佐々木真人、中川優一、秋元孝之、田辺新一

  • 中川優一、岩瀬基彦、星清慈、山本倫代、佐々木真人、秋元孝之、田辺新一

  • 佐々木真人、柳井崇、中川優一、山本倫代、秋元孝之、岩瀬基彦、星清慈、田辺新一

  • 岩瀬基彦、星清慈、佐々木真人、中川優一、山本倫代、秋元孝之、田辺新一

  • 尾関義一、田辺新一

  • 大森敏明、田辺新一

  • 伊藤光太郎、中村友香、横山朋之、山田有紀、山形史人、中野淳太、田辺新一

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  • 浜崎紘嗣、川田康介、金政秀、森勝彦、田辺新一

  • 岩橋優子、金政秀、安田健一、田辺新一

  • 小林徳和、森本正一、植田俊克、湯懐鵬、田辺新一、堤仁美、堀賢

  • 森本正一、小林徳和、植田俊克、湯懐鵬、田辺新一、堤仁美、堀賢

  • 堤仁美、諫早俊樹、伊藤隆、平須賀信洋、竹内瞳、岩瀬基彦、篠田文彦、森本正一、田辺新一、堀賢

  • 伊藤隆、諫早俊樹、堤仁美、平須賀信洋、竹内瞳、岩瀬基彦、篠田文彦、森本正一、田辺新一、堀賢

  • 諫早俊樹、伊藤隆、堤仁美、平須賀信洋、竹内瞳、岩瀬基彦、篠田文彦、森本正一、田辺新一、堀賢

  • 田辺新一、諫早俊樹、伊藤隆、堤仁美、平須賀信洋、竹内瞳、岩瀬基彦、篠田文彦、森本正一、堀賢

  • 篠田文彦、竹内瞳、堤仁美、平須賀信洋、岩瀬基彦、諫早俊樹、伊藤隆、田辺新一、中原弘一、節島正和

  • 石倉結花、堀川晋、林立也、内田智志、山本麻莉、西原直枝、光野茂生、田辺新一

  • 迫加奈絵、川口玄、田辺新一、西原直枝、羽田正沖、山本麻莉、粕谷敦、和田一樹

  • 粕谷敦、川口玄、田辺新一、西原直枝、羽田正沖、山本麻莉、迫加奈絵、和田一樹、樋口祥明、高橋幹雄

  • 佐藤菜生、金勲、田辺新一

  • 川村聡宏、金_兌、田辺新一

  • 金_兌、川村聡宏、田辺新一

  • 達晃一、田辺新一、星野邦広、岩崎貴普、曽根孝

  • 吉村真一、小金澤淳、金勲、田辺新一、仲村寿人、川本隆文、渡辺孝

  • 千代延亜弥、米田拓朗、金政秀、佐藤孝広、織間正行、佐久間英二、田辺新一

  • 今成岳人、小川哲史、野部達夫、田辺新一、久保木真俊、丹羽勝巳、本堂泰治、藤井弓

  • 久保洋香、秋元友里、横山朋之、吉村真一、大森敏明、大平昇、冨永隆一、田辺新一

  • 古谷恵一、和田一樹、大宮由紀夫、山本泰造、高橋幹雄、迫加奈絵、西原直枝、田辺新一

  • 和田一樹、大宮由紀夫、山本泰造、高橋幹雄、古谷恵一、迫加奈絵、西原直枝、田辺新一

  • 樋口美和、西原直枝、伊藤光太郎、田辺新一、伊藤剛、間瀬亮平、吉野攝津子

  • 川上梨沙、町田晃一、熊野直人、鈴木道哉、山口一、村上宏次、辻裕次、田辺新一

  • 町田晃一、熊野直人、鈴木道哉、山口一、村上宏次、辻裕次、川上梨沙、田辺新一

  • 田中宏昌、千代延亜弥、田辺新一

  • 千代延亜弥、田中宏昌、田辺新一

  • 遠藤えりか、浜崎絋嗣、中村友香、田辺新一

  • 篠田文彦、堤仁美、田辺新一、中原弘一、節島正和

  • 佐伯寅彦、森本正一、湯懐鵬、植田俊克、田辺新一、堤仁美、堀賢

  • 森本正一、佐伯寅彦、湯懐鵬、植田俊克、田辺新一、堤仁美、堀賢

  • 岡島彩子、諫早俊樹、伊藤隆、堤仁美、森本正一、田辺新一、堀賢、有賀隆男

  • 川村聡宏、金 _ 兌、金勲、田辺新一

  • 達晃一、田辺新一、星野邦広、岩崎貴普、曽根孝

  • 多々良研吾、佐藤菜生、金勲、田辺新一

  • 小林裕、森勇司、吉村真一、田辺新一、大井元

  • 尾関義一、田辺新一

  • 森桜、諫早俊樹、伊藤隆、堤仁美、田辺新一、堀賢、清水芳男、井尾浩章、濱田千江子、富野康日己

  • 三宅宏美、米田拓朗、和田一樹、佐久間英二、田辺新一

  • 海野賢、築山祐子、浜崎紘嗣、遠藤えりか、李東勲、田辺新一

  • 村高秀人、酒見和幸、中島正人、田辺新一

  • 海野玄陽、浜崎紘嗣、遠藤えりか、田辺新一

  • 河又大起、中村友香、飯野直志、大石洋之、中野淳太、田辺新一

  • 森桜、諫早俊樹、堤仁美、田辺新一、堀賢、清水芳男、井尾浩章、濱田千江子、富野康日己

  • 尾関義一、田辺新一

  • 森勇司、田辺新一、松永和彦

  • 篠原愛美、久保洋香、大森敏明、大平昇、冨永隆一、中川友貴、田辺新一

  • 武藤友香、和田一樹、宮崎貴士、田辺 新一、西原直枝、迫加奈絵、古谷恵一

  • 森本涼、三宅宏美、岩橋優子、西原直枝、今成岳人、小川哲史、丹羽勝巳、久保木真俊 、田辺新一

  • 今成岳人、小川哲史、野部達夫、田辺新一、久保木真俊、丹羽勝巳、大宮政男

  • 流田麻美、西原直枝、伊藤光太郎、樋口美和、田辺新一、伊藤剛、間瀬亮平

  • 中村 友香、押久保正則、阿部光伸、大嶋治雄、田口博晃、田辺 新一

  • 蛭田厚大、森正夫、関野宏行、漆迫善治、三宅奈美、田辺新一

  • 尾方壮行、篠田文彦、堤仁美、田辺新一、中原弘一、節島正和

  • 森本正一、湯懐鵬、滝沢英二、田辺新一、堤仁美、堀賢

  • 藤原舞、岡島彩子、堤仁美、諫早俊樹、森本正一、田辺新一、堀賢、有賀隆男

  • 波多野弘和、川村聡宏、金_兌、金勲、田辺新一

  • 對馬聖菜、田辺新一、岩橋優子、西原直枝、平岡雅哉、弘本真一、菰田英晴、田渕誠一

  • 田辺新一、對馬聖菜、岩橋優子、西原直枝、平岡雅哉、弘本真一、菰田英晴、田渕誠一

  • 多々良研吾、北原知治、石井 義章、田辺新一、山形史人

  • 山形史人、北原知治、多々良研吾、田辺新一、石井義章

  • 北原知治、山形史人、多々良研吾、田辺新一、石井義章

  • 山口莉加、長澤夏子、加藤龍一、堤仁美、松岡由紀子、秋元孝之、田辺新一

  • 石井義章、武藤友香、左勝旭、廣田聡史、高橋幹雄、和田一樹、田辺新一西原直枝

  • 武藤友香、石井義章、左勝旭、廣田聡史、高橋幹雄、和田一樹、田辺新一、西原直枝

  • 田中規敏、和田一樹、左勝旭、廣田聡史、武藤友香、石井義章、田辺新一

  • 左勝旭、岸本知子、和田一樹、菊池卓郎、高橋幹雄、増田寛、大石静、田辺新一

  • 川田康介、田中宏昌、河又大起、田辺新一

  • 河又大起、田中宏昌、川田康介、田辺新一

  • 平岡雅哉、弘本真一、菰田英晴、田渕誠一、田辺新一、對馬聖菜

  • 楊鎮浩、金_兌、田辺新一

  • 都築弘政、辻正雄、海野賢、河又大起、田辺新一

  • 中野淳太、河又大起、海野賢、加藤駿、田辺新一

  • 加藤駿、河又大起、海野賢、高橋晃久、大石洋之、中野淳太、田辺新一

  • 藤原舞、森桜、堤仁美、田辺新一、堀賢、清水芳男、井尾浩章、濱田千江子、富野康日己

  • 廣瀬文郁、篠原愛美、大森敏明、大平昇、冨永隆一、中川友貴、田辺新一

  • 尾関義一、針田裕子、田辺新一

  • 葛生恵理子、流田麻美、原田尚侑、田辺新一、阿部光伸、押久保正則、中村友香、大嶋治雄、和田晋治、田口博晃

  • 原田尚侑、流田麻美、葛生恵理子、田辺新一、阿部光伸、押久保正則、中村友香、大嶋治雄、和田晋治、田口博晃

  • 金勲、波多野弘和、金_兌、田辺新一

  • 中村俊太、金勲、田辺新一、川本隆文、大西邦弘

  • 森本正一、湯懐鵬、滝沢英二、田辺新一、堤仁美、堀賢

  • 新井啓太郎、岡島彩子、藤原舞、堤仁美、森本正一、田辺新一、堀賢

  • 尾方壮行、篠田文彦、堤仁美、田辺新一、中原弘一、節島正和

  • 海野賢、築山祐子、千葉陽輔、田辺新一

  • 竹中大史、海野玄陽、遠藤彰、田辺新一

  • 對馬 聖菜、田辺新一、西原直枝、平岡雅哉、弘本真一、菰田英晴、田渕 誠一

  • 木村建一、宿谷昌則、田辺 新一

  • 木村建一、宿谷昌則、田辺新一

  • 木村建一、田辺新一

  • 木村建一、田辺新一、百瀬隆

  • 木村建一、田辺新一、百瀬隆

  • 木村建一、田辺新一、久津那正人

  • 木村建一、田辺新一

  • 木村建一、田辺新一、伊土晋平、太田正孝、光岡賢一、百瀬隆、横山大毅、楠部一彦

  • 木村建一、田辺新一、伊土晋平、太田正孝、光岡賢一、百瀬隆、横山大毅、楠部一彦

  • 木村建一、田辺新一、百瀬隆

  • 木村建一、田辺新一、伊土晋平、原俊広

  • 木村建一、田辺新一、伊土晋平、原俊広

  • 木村建一、田辺新一、伊土晋平、原俊広

  • 木村建一、杉浦康久、田辺新一、藤野健治、岩下剛

  • 木村建一、井上宇市、田辺新一、藤野健治、秋元孝之、伊藤昭、杉浦正二

  • 木村建一、田辺新一、今別府真一、原俊広、秋元孝之、伊藤昭、杉浦正二、藤野健治

  • 木村建一、井上宇市、田辺新一、川原井大、原俊広、秋元孝之、伊藤昭、杉浦正二、藤野健治

  • 木村建一、井上宇市、田辺新一、川原井大、原俊広、秋元孝之、伊藤昭、杉浦正二、藤野健治

  • 木村建一、田辺新一、原俊広、川原井大、伊藤昭、桑沢保夫

  • 木村建一、田辺新一、原俊広、秋元孝之、秋山尚之、岩田利枝、田宮建司、近岡正一

  • 木村建一、田辺新一、原俊広、秋元孝之、秋山尚之、岩田利枝、田宮建司、近岡正一

  • 木村建一、田辺新一、原俊広、秋元孝之、秋山尚之、岩田利枝、田宮建司、近岡正一

  • 木村建一、田辺新一、原俊広、秋元孝之、秋山尚之、岩田利枝、田宮建司、近岡正一

  • 木村建一、田辺新一、原俊広、秋元孝之、木村剛久

  • 木村建一、田辺新一、原俊広、秋元孝之、木村剛久

  • 木村建一、田辺新一、原俊広、秋元孝之、木村剛久

  • 木村建一、田辺新一、原俊広、秋元孝之、木村剛久

  • 木村建一、田辺新一、杉浦康久、藤野健治、岩下剛

  • 田辺新一、木村建一

  • 木村建一、田辺新一、門谷、大西徹夫、岡本章、柳喜一朗、秋元孝之、藤野健治、岩下剛、田宮建司、牛山美緒、谷本潤

  • 高橋公子、宿谷昌利、田辺新一、高野恭輔、砂田竜夫

  • 加藤義夫、田辺新一

  • 木村建一、田辺新一、広瀬正二、針ヶ谷純吉、伊藤昭、近岡正一、

  • 木村建一、田辺新一、伊藤昭、近岡正一、高橋直樹

  • 木村建一、田辺新一、今別府真一、秋元孝之、藤野健治、岩下剛、田宮建司、谷本潤、牛山美緒

  • 木村建一、田辺新一、門谷皖一、大西徹夫、岡本章、柳喜一朗、秋元孝之、藤野健治、岩下剛、田宮建司、牛山美緒、谷本潤

  • 木村建一、大久保千代次、栃原裕、小峯裕己、田辺新一、岩田利枝、土井晋

  • 木村建一、田辺新一、伊藤昭、藤野健治、岩下剛、岩田利枝、近岡正一、高橋直樹、谷本潤、土井晋

  • 木村建一、田辺新一、伊藤昭、藤野健治、岩下剛、岩田利枝、近岡正一、高橋直樹、谷本潤、土井晋

  • 木村建一、井上宇市、田辺新一、秋元孝之、藤野健治、岩下剛、田宮建司

  • 秋山尚之、木村建一、田辺新一

  • 岩下剛、木村建一、吉沢晋、池田耕一、田辺新一、岩田利枝、土井晋、佐藤友昭

  • 佐藤友昭、木村建一、吉沢晋、池田耕一、田辺新一、岩下剛、岩田利枝、土井晋

  • 渡辺睦典、木村建一、田辺新一、田宮建司

  • 田辺新一、木村建一、井上宇市

  • 田宮建司、木村建一、田辺新一、村松宏

  • 村松宏、木村建一、田辺新一、田宮建司

  • 土井晋、木村建一、田辺新一、岩田利枝

  • 岩田利枝、木村建一、田辺新一、土井晋

  • 高橋直樹、木村建一、田辺新一、広瀬正二、針ヶ谷純吉

  • 田辺新一

  • 中邨隆、飯塚宏、三輪周吉、田辺新一

  • 田辺新一、木村建一、芳賀陽一、栩木学

  • 芳賀陽一、田辺新一、木村建一、栩木学

  • 田辺新一

  • 田辺新一

  • 谷川雅則、飯塚宏、田辺新一、中邨隆、池永徹博

  • 飯塚宏、田辺新一、谷川雅則、中邨隆、池永徹博

  • 木村建一、田辺新一

  • 田辺新一、木村建一、長谷部ヤエ

  • 田中毅弘、木村宏、前川甲陽、梅干野晃、田辺新一、平手小太郎、正田浩三

  • 手塚セツ子、佐野武仁、田辺新一、石福昭、山村真司、桑田慈子

  • 佐々木真希、梅田和彦、田辺新一

  • 飯塚宏、田辺新一、谷川雅則、中邨隆、松縄堅

  • 田辺新一、菰田英晴、木村建一

  • 鈴木剛史、田辺新一、木村建一、堀川晋

  • 田辺新一、鈴木剛史、木村建一、堀川晋

  • 田辺新一

  • 田辺新一

  • 田辺新一

  • 市原真希、斎藤正文、田辺新一、西村美加

  • 浅井靖史、野本岳志、小島雅樹、由岐中聡美、小西章予、田辺新一

  • 田辺新一

  • 中野淳太、磐田靖子、高山真、大高一博、金政秀、堤仁美、堀川晋、田辺新一、木村建一

  • 中野淳太、磐田靖子、高山真、大高一博、金政秀、堤仁美、堀川晋、田辺新一、木村建一

  • 中野淳太、磐田靖子、高山真、大高一博、金政秀、堤仁美、堀川晋、田辺新一、木村建一

  • 尾関義一、小西正哲、成田千恵、田辺新一

  • 尾関義一、小西正哲、成田千恵、田辺新一

  • 尾関義一、小西正哲、成田千恵、田辺新一

  • 山口一、岡田博、成富隆昭、富岡一之、田辺新一

  • 浅井靖史、野本岳志、萩谷宏三、吉川聡雄、田辺新一

  • 小西正哲、尾関一義、成田千恵、田辺新一

  • 成田千恵、尾関一義、小西正哲、田辺新一

  • 尾関義一、小西正哲、成田千恵、田辺新一

  • 星野聡基、谷川朗子、木村建一、奥山博康

  • 中野淳太、奥田篤、田辺新一、李 晟在、佐藤寛之、木村建一

  • 奥田篤、中野淳太、田辺新一、李 晟在、佐藤寛之、木村建一

  • 阿久津太一、李晟在、中野淳太、田辺新一、木村建一

  • 小林弘造、中野淳太、堤仁美、堀川晋、 田辺新一、木村建一

  • 舟木理香、島田菜穂美、田辺新一

  • 田辺新一

  • 李 晟在、秋元孝之、田辺新一

  • 亀田健二、櫻井有紀子、李 晟在、飯塚宏、田辺新一

  • 櫻井有紀子、亀田健二、李 晟在、飯塚宏、田辺新一

  • 伴野正幸、島田菜穂美、舟木理香、池田礼子、田辺新一

  • 舟木理香、伴野正幸、島田菜穂美、池田礼子、田辺新一

  • 山下将司、山本長臣、熊谷一清、田辺新一

  • 熊谷一清、山下将司、山本長臣、田辺新一

  • 浅井靖史、田辺新一、荻谷宏三

  • 阿久津太一、青木龍介、熊谷一清、田辺新一

  • 青木龍介、阿久津太一、熊谷一清、田辺新一

  • 吉井在、秋元孝之、田辺新一

  • 荒木真紀、瀬尾英和、岩田利枝、木村建一

  • 平松徹也、尾関一義、小西正哲、田辺新一

  • 尾関一義、小西正哲、平松徹也、田辺新一

  • 小西正哲、尾関一義、成田千恵、江森豊、田辺新一

  • 成田千恵、江森豊、尾関一義、小西正哲、田辺新一

  • 江森豊、成田千恵、尾関一義、小西正哲、田辺新一

  • 後藤邦彦、中野淳太、奥田篤、田丸英司、尾関一義、小西正哲、田辺新一

  • 田丸英司、中野淳太、奥田篤、後藤邦彦、尾関一義、小西正哲、田辺新一

  • 中野淳太、奥田篤、後藤邦彦、田丸英司、田辺新一

  • 小林弘造、小川一晃、 田辺新一

  • 小川一晃、小林弘造、 田辺新一

  • 田辺新一

  • 堤仁美、田辺新一

  • 星野聡基、北條貴子、田辺新一、吉田尚弘

  • 北條貴子、星野聡基、田辺新一、吉田尚弘

  • 村松憲治、奥中顕子、荒木真紀、田辺新一

  • 荒木真紀、奥中顕子、田辺新一

  • 奥中顕子、荒木真紀、田辺新一

  • 渡邊進介、吉井存、田辺新一

  • 堤仁美、秋元孝之、田辺新一、鈴木孝佳

  • 成田千恵、尾関義一、小西正哲、田辺新一

  • 尾関義一、小西正哲、平松徹也、中野淳太、田辺新一

  • 平松徹也、尾関義一、小西正哲、中野淳太、田辺新一

  • 中野淳太、後藤邦彦、野口真史、田中幸治、田辺新一

  • 後藤邦彦、中野淳太、田中幸治、野口真史、田辺新一

  • 田中幸治、中野淳太、後藤邦彦、野口真史、田辺新一

  • 野口真史、中野淳太、後藤邦彦、田中幸治、田辺新一

  • 江森豊、成田千恵、尾関義一、小西正哲、田辺新一

  • 小川一晃、小林弘造、田辺新一

  • 小林弘造、小川一晃、田辺新一

  • 家崎直人、西村秀生、亀田健二、李晟在、田辺新一、野部達夫

  • 亀田健二、家崎直人、西村秀生、李晟在、田辺新一、野部達夫

  • 西村秀生、家崎直人、亀田健二、李晟在、田辺新一、野部達夫

  • 李晟在、亀田健二、家崎直人、西村秀生、田辺新一、野部達夫

  • 伴野正幸、浅井靖史、村江行忠、田辺新一

  • 浅井靖史、村江行忠、田辺新一、伴野正幸、城田修司、大阪谷彰、佐々木亮治

  • 阿久津太一、松本仁、青木龍介、熊谷一清、田辺新一

  • 青木龍介、松本仁、阿久津太一、熊谷一清、田辺新一

  • 松本仁、青木龍介、阿久津太一、熊谷一清、田辺新一

  • 舟木理香、田中博、伴野正幸、島田菜穂美、田辺新一

  • 田中博、伴野正幸、島田菜穂美、舟木理香、熊谷一清、田辺新一

  • 田辺新一、伴野正幸、舟木理香、田中博

  • 金勲、田辺新一、李晟在、西村秀生、家崎直人

  • 林純子、李晟在、家崎直人、横田崇、秋元孝之、田辺新一

  • 家崎直人、李晟在、横田崇、林純子、秋元孝之、田辺新一

  • 横田崇、李晟在、家崎直人、林純子、秋元孝之、田辺新一

  • 秋元孝之、李晟在、家崎直人、横田崇、林純子、田辺新一

  • 西村秀生、田辺新一、野部達夫、李晟在

  • 李晟在、西村秀生、野部達夫、田辺新一

  • 富岡弓絵、田辺新一、野部達夫、李晟在、亀田健二

  • 亀田健二、富岡弓絵、李晟在、野部達夫、田辺新一

  • 鈴木昭人、川合秀治、田辺新一

  • 源城かほり、松本真一、田辺新一、長谷川兼一

  • 丸元典子、白井良太、伴野正幸、鈴木信恵、田辺新一

  • 白井良太、丸元典子、伴野正幸、浅井靖史、村江行忠、田辺新一

  • 伴野正幸、白井良太、丸元典子、浅井靖史、村江行忠、田辺新一

  • 浅井靖史、村江行忠、田辺新一、伴野正幸、白井良太、丸元典子、城田修司、大阪谷彰

  • 田辺新一

  • 中川貴文、田中博、舟木理香、田辺新一

  • 舟木理香、中川貴文、田中博、田辺新一

  • 田中博、中川貴文、舟木理香、田辺新一

  • 青木龍介、淺井万里成、酒井聡至、松本仁、田辺新一

  • 淺井万里成、酒井聡至、松本仁、青木龍介、田辺新一

  • 酒井聡至、淺井万里成、松本仁、青木龍介、田辺新一

  • 松本仁、酒井聡至、淺井万里成、青木龍介、田辺新一

  • 林憲一郎、田辺新一、村松憲治、佐伯有希乃

  • 佐伯有希乃、田辺新一、村松憲治、林憲一郎

  • 村松憲治、田辺新一、佐伯有希乃、林憲一郎

  • 西原直枝、田中幸治、田辺新一

  • 田中幸治、田辺新一、西原直枝

  • 中野淳太、後藤邦彦、野口真史、藤井浩史、下田利崇、田辺新一

  • 野口真史、中野淳太、後藤邦彦、下田利崇、藤井浩史、田辺新一

  • 藤井浩史、中野淳太、後藤邦彦、野口真史、下田利崇、田辺新一

  • 下田利崇、中野淳太、後藤邦彦、野口真史、藤井浩史、田辺新一

  • 後藤邦彦、中野淳太、野口真史、藤井浩史、下田利崇、田辺新一

  • 尾関義一、平松徹也、田辺新一

  • 佐藤孝広、徐莉、小川一晃、田辺新一

  • 徐莉、佐藤孝広、小川一晃、田辺新一

  • 加用現空、鈴木信恵、田辺新一

  • 奥中顕子、若山香保、荒木真紀、田辺新一

  • 若山香保、奥中顕子、荒木真紀、田辺新一

  • 堤仁美、陳宇華、松田順平、秋元孝之、田辺新一、鈴木孝佳

  • 陳宇華、松田順平、堤仁美、秋元孝之、田辺新一、鈴木孝佳

  • 松田順平、陳宇華、堤仁美、秋元孝之、田辺新一、鈴木孝佳

  • 渡邊進介、田辺新一

  • 杉谷広哲、渡邊進介、田辺新一

  • 大阪谷彰、村江行忠、浅井靖史、佐々木亮治、田辺新一

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  • 三木慎一郎・平野和志・田辺新一

  • 山田裕巳・吉田元紀・田辺新一・林基哉

  • 神戸正純・田辺新一

  • 浅井靖史・田辺新一・佐々木亮治・丸元典子

  • 源城かほり・松本真一・田辺新一・長谷川兼一

  • 藤井浩史・田辺新一・中野淳太・野口真史・下田利崇・森井健志

  • 森井健志・下田利崇・中野淳太・野口真史・藤井浩史・田辺新一

  • 野口真史・下田利崇・中野淳太・森井健志・藤井浩史・田辺新一

  • 中野淳太・野口真史・藤井浩史・下田利崇・森井健志・田辺新一

  • 下田利崇・中野淳太・野口真史・藤井浩史・森井健志・田辺新一

  • 徐莉・田辺新一

  • 佐藤孝広・中野淳太・田辺新一

  • 尾関義一・桂川涼子・田辺新一

  • 西原直枝・西川雅弥・小林弘造・北村規明・田辺新一

  • 田中幸治・西原直枝・西川雅弥・廣瀬尚三・田辺新一

  • 舟木理香・田中博・田辺新一

  • 中川貴文・木原生雄・丸元典子・田中博・舟木理香・田辺新一

  • 田中博・木原生雄・中川貴文・舟木理香・田辺新一

  • 木原生雄・中川貴文・田中博・舟木理香・田辺新一

  • 堤仁美・陳宇華・田中佑昌・加藤豊治・秋元孝之・田辺新一

  • 陳宇華・堤仁美・田中佑昌・加藤豊治・秋元孝之・田辺新一

  • 田中佑昌・堤仁美・陳宇華・加藤豊治・秋元孝之・田辺新一

  • 野部達夫・庄司睦美・田辺新一

  • 李晟在・西村秀生・富岡弓絵・林純子・野部達夫・田辺新一

  • 秋元孝之・李晟在・田辺新一・高橋浩一・崇島江介・松田順平・横田崇・家崎直人

  • 田辺新一・林純子

  • 松本仁・田渕誠一・淺井万里成・酒井聡至・丸元典子・田辺新一

  • 丸元典子・田渕誠一・淺井万里成・酒井聡至・松本仁・田辺新一

  • 田渕誠一・酒井聡至・淺井万里成・丸元典子・松本仁・浅井靖史・田辺新一

  • 淺井万里成・田渕誠一・酒井聡至・丸元典子・松本仁・浅井靖史・田辺新一

  • 酒井聡至・田渕誠一・淺井万里成・丸元典子・松本仁・田辺新一

  • 家崎直人・高橋浩一・崇島江介・松田順平・横田崇・李晟在・秋元孝之・田辺新一

  • 崇島江介・高橋浩一・松田順平・横田崇・家崎直人・李晟在・西原直枝・秋元孝之・田辺新一

  • 高橋浩一・崇島江介・松田順平・横田崇・家崎直人・李晟在・西原直枝・秋元孝之・田辺新一

  • 松田順平・高橋浩一・崇島江介・横田崇・家崎直人・李晟在・秋元孝之・田辺新一

  • 横田崇・高橋浩一・崇島江介・松田順平・家崎直人・李晟在・秋元孝之・田辺新一

  • 林純子・庄司睦美・富岡弓絵・西村秀生・李晟在・野部達夫・田辺新一

  • 庄司睦美・林純子・富岡弓絵・西村秀生・李晟在・野部達夫・田辺新一

  • 富岡弓絵・庄司睦美・林純子・西村秀生・李晟在・野部達夫・田辺新一

  • 西村秀生・庄司睦美・林純子・富岡弓絵・李晟在・野部達夫・田辺新一

  • 杉谷広哲・林憲一郎・田辺新一・後藤裕・森山繁・日高秀樹・海宝幸一・関根雅文

  • 林憲一郎・杉谷広哲・田辺新一・後藤裕・森山繁・日高秀樹・海宝幸一・関根雅文

  • 渡邊進介・佐伯有希乃・伊藤朋香・田辺新一・岡野健二・小島浩士・平松徹也

  • 伊藤朋香・佐伯有希乃・渡邊進介・田辺新一・岡野健二・小島浩士・平松徹也

  • 佐伯有希乃・渡邊進介・伊藤朋香・田辺新一・岡野健二・小島浩士・平松徹也

  • 若山香保・瀧口佳世・奥中顕子・田辺新一

  • 瀧口佳世・若山香保・奥中顕子・田辺新一

  • 加用現空・梅主洋一郎・田辺新一

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  • 富樫英介・渡邊進介・沢崎慎祐・田辺新一・久野誠・高橋慎一

  • 久野誠・横山計三・高橋慎一・渡邊進介・市村充・下川正和・田辺新一

  • 高橋慎一・田辺新一・渡邊進介・市村充・下川正和・久野誠・横山計三

  • 加用現空・鈴木信恵・梅主洋一郎・田辺新一

  • 松田順平・天井秀行・源馬健史・林純子・李晟在・西原直枝・秋元孝之・田辺新一

  • 天井秀行・源馬健史・林純子・松田順平・李晟在・西原直枝・秋元孝之・田辺新一

  • 源馬健史・天井秀行・林純子・松田順平・李晟在・西原直枝・秋元孝之・田辺新一

  • 林純子・篠塚大輔・富岡弓絵・李晟在・針ヶ谷純吉・野部達夫・田辺新一

  • 篠塚大輔・林純子・富岡弓絵・李晟在・針ヶ谷純吉・野部達夫・田辺新一

  • 野崎淳夫・大澤元毅・桑沢保夫・田辺新一

  • 山田裕巳・田辺新一・林基哉

  • 舟木理香・田中博・田辺新一

  • 田口博晃・青木泰輔・谷英明・田渕誠一・淺井万里成・中川貴文・田中博・舟木理香・後藤裕・田辺新一

  • 淺井万里成・青木泰輔・谷英明・田渕誠一・中川貴文・田中博・舟木理香・田口博晃・後藤裕・田辺新一

  • 西村栄利子・谷英明・東田浩毅・田渕誠一・淺井万里成・丸元典子・田辺新一

  • 丸元典子・谷英明・西村栄利子・東田浩毅・田渕誠一・淺井万里成・田辺新一

  • 金勲・成旻起・李晟在・李承?・田渕誠一・青木泰輔・谷英明・西村栄利子・田辺新一

  • 田渕誠一・谷英明・西村栄利子・東田浩毅・淺井万里成・丸元典子・田辺新一

  • 谷英明・西村栄利子・東田浩毅・田渕誠一・淺井万里成・丸元典子・田辺新一

  • 東田浩毅・谷英明・西村栄利子・田渕誠一・淺井万里成・丸元典子・田辺新一・浅井靖史

  • 中川貴文・渋江岳矢・青木泰輔・木原生雄・田中博・舟木理香・田辺新一

  • 青木泰輔・渋江岳矢・木原生雄・田中博・中川貴文・舟木理香・田辺新一

  • 木原生雄・渋江岳矢・青木泰輔・田中博・中川貴文・舟木理香・田辺新一

  • 森俊之・仲野章生・三木慎一郎・田中清隆・平野和志・田辺新一

  • 三木慎一郎・仲野章生・田中清隆・森俊之・平野和志・田辺新一

  • 田中博・渋江岳矢・青木泰輔・木原生雄・中川貴文・舟木理香・田辺新一

  • 渋江岳矢・青木泰輔・木原生雄・中川貴文・田中博・舟木理香・田辺新一

  • 中野淳太・吉村作治・田辺新一

  • 小林敬・田辺新一・杉谷広哲・林憲一郎・新井真紀子・田口博晃・海宝幸一・関根雅文

  • 林憲一郎・田辺新一・杉谷広哲・新井真紀子・小林敬・田口博晃・海宝幸一・関根雅文

  • 新井真紀子・田辺新一・杉谷広哲・林憲一郎・小林敬・田口博晃・海宝幸一・関根雅文

  • 杉谷広哲・田辺新一・林憲一郎・新井真紀子・小林敬・田口博晃・海宝幸一・関根雅文

  • 関根雅文・田辺新一・田口博晃・杉谷広哲・林憲一郎・新井真紀子・小林敬・海宝幸一

  • 海宝幸一・田辺新一・田口博晃・杉谷広哲・林憲一郎・新井真紀子・小林敬・関根雅文

  • 加藤将人・堤仁美・片平大輔・陳宇華・田中佑昌・秋元孝之・田辺新一・針ヶ谷純吉・井口泰男・中村元

  • 堤仁美・加藤将人・片平大輔・陳宇華・田中佑昌・秋元孝之・田辺新一・針ヶ谷純吉・井口泰男・中村元

  • 片平大輔・堤仁美・加藤将人・陳宇華・田中佑昌・秋元孝之・田辺新一・針ヶ谷純吉・井口泰男・中村元

  • 田中佑昌・陳宇華・堤仁美・加藤将人・片平大輔・秋元孝之・田辺新一

  • 陳宇華・田中佑昌・堤仁美・加藤将人・片平大輔・秋元孝之・田辺新一

  • 尾関義一・佐藤孝広・田辺新一

  • 佐藤孝広・和田良祐・田辺新一

  • 和田良祐・佐藤孝広・田辺新一

  • 藤井浩史・中野淳太・下田利崇・森井健志・宇留野恵・岡本百合子・高橋賢志・田辺新一

  • 高橋賢志・中野淳太・藤井浩史・下田利崇・森井健志・宇留野恵・岡本百合子・田辺新一

  • 森井健志・中野淳太・藤井浩史・下田利崇・宇留野恵・岡本百合子・高橋賢志・田辺新一

  • 岡本百合子・中野淳太・藤井浩史・下田利崇・森井健志・宇留野恵・高橋賢志・田辺新一

  • 宇留野恵・中野淳太・藤井浩史・下田利崇・森井健志・岡本百合子・高橋賢志・田辺新一

  • 下田利崇・中野淳太・藤井浩史・森井健志・宇留野恵・岡本百合子・高橋賢志・田辺新一

  • 山本佳嗣・鈴木信恵・田辺新一

  • 西原直枝・羽田正沖・早川真由美・田辺新一・田中麻子

  • 早川真由美・羽田正沖・西原直枝・田辺新一・田中麻子

  • 田中麻子・西原直枝・羽田正沖・早川真由美・小野島一・田辺新一

  • 羽田正沖・西原直枝・西川雅弥・田中麻子・早川真由美・田辺新一

  • 瀧口佳世・得能正樹・若山香保・田辺新一

  • 得能正樹・瀧口佳世・若山香保・田辺新一

  • 渡邊進介・伊藤朋香・田辺新一・平松徹也・望月菜穂子・樋口祥明・迫博司

  • 望月菜穂子・迫博司・樋口祥明・渡邊進介・伊藤朋香・田辺新一

  • 真船奨・渡邊進介・伊藤朋香・田辺新一・望月菜穂子・樋口祥明・迫博司

  • 伊藤朋香・渡邊進介・真船奨・田辺新一・小島浩士・平松徹也

  • 藤野美菜、望月悦子、岩田利枝

  • 望月悦子、岩田利枝

  • 櫻木登、白石靖幸、田辺新一、木村健一

  • 白石靖幸、櫻木登、田辺新一、木村健一

  • 西川雅弥、西原直枝、Olli Seppaenen、田辺新一

  • 羽田正沖、西原直枝、西川雅弥、田中麻子、早川真由美、兵道哲、田辺新一

  • 田中麻子、西原直枝、西川雅弥、羽田正沖、早川真由美、兵道哲、田辺新一

  • 早川真由美、西原直枝、羽田正沖、田中麻子、兵道哲、田辺新一

  • 兵道哲、西原直枝、田中麻子、早川真由美、羽田正沖、田辺新一

  • 北田真、山本佳嗣、渡邊進介、田辺新一、市川卓也、水越英一郎

  • 山本佳嗣、北田真、田辺新一、市川卓也、水越英一郎

  • ?橋慎一、田辺新一、渡邊剛、渡邊進介、下川正和、富樫英介、横山計三、久野誠

  • 富樫英介、田辺新一、渡邊進介、渡邊剛、久野誠、高橋慎一

  • 田辺新一、富樫英介、市川卓也、島津路郎、高橋慎一

  • 市川卓也、田辺新一、水越英一郎、島津路郎、山本佳嗣、富樫英介

  • 安宅智洋、渡辺賢太郎、山本佳嗣、鈴木信恵、田辺新一

  • 渡辺賢太郎、安宅智洋、山本佳嗣、鈴木信恵、田辺新一

  • 得能正樹、河相めぐみ、瀧口佳世、田辺新一

  • 河相めぐみ、得能正樹、瀧口佳世、田辺新一

  • 小林敬、新井真紀子、田辺新一、望月悦子、田口博晃、海宝幸一、関根雅文、林立也

  • 新井真紀子、小林敬、田辺新一、望月悦子、田口博晃、海宝幸一、関根雅文、林立也

  • 伊藤朋香、田辺新一、橋本洋、望月悦子、渡邊進介、真船奨、田村悠、市丸隼人

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  • 源馬健史、天井秀行、秋元孝之、田辺新一

  • 大森敏明、田辺新一

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  • 林純子、篠塚大輔、天井秀行、橋本洋、池田敬子、田辺新一

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  • 三木慎一郎、田辺新一

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  • 青木泰輔、木原生雄、田辺新一

  • 広瀬暢民、田辺新一、青木泰輔、谷英明、瀬川荘司、神原弘幸、森本雅文

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  • 谷英明、青木泰輔、西村栄利子、田口博晃、田辺新一

  • 田口博晃、青木泰輔、谷英明、西村栄利子田辺新一

  • 田渕誠一、窪田圭佑、東田浩毅、金勲、吉田和之、柏原誠一、田辺新一

  • 柏原誠一、吉田和之、田渕誠一、窪田圭佑、東田浩毅、金勲、田辺新一

  • 窪田圭佑、金勲、田渕誠一、石川祐子、長谷川あゆみ、田辺新一

  • 東田浩毅、青木泰輔、谷英明、西村栄利子、窪田圭佑、金勲、田渕誠一、田辺新一、村江行忠、浅井靖史

  • 西村栄利子、青木泰輔、谷英明、東田浩毅、窪田圭佑、金勲、田辺新一

  • 金勲、成旻起、李晟在、李承ミン、田渕誠一、東田浩毅、窪田圭佑、田辺新一

  • 下田利崇、中野淳太、森井健志、宇留野恵、後藤悠、坂本圭司、飯野直志、田辺新一

  • 森井健志、中野淳太、下田利崇、宇留野恵、後藤悠、坂本圭司、飯野直志、田辺新一

  • 宇留野恵、中野淳太、下田利崇、森井健志、後藤悠、坂本圭司、飯野直志、田辺新一

  • 後藤悠、中野淳太、下田利崇、森井健志、宇留野恵、坂本圭司、飯野直志、田辺新一

  • 中野淳太、下田利崇、森井健志、宇留野恵、後藤悠、坂本圭司、飯野直志、田辺新一

  • 櫻木登、白石靖幸、中野淳太、田辺新一、木村健一

  • 村上慶太、田辺新一、羽田正沖

  • 田中太一、富樫英介、田辺新一、渡邊進介

  • 富樫英介、田中太一、田辺新一、渡邊進介

  • 高橋慎一、田辺新一、渡邊剛、吉井存、 渡邊進介、富樫英介、田中太一、 横山計三、久野誠

  • 横山計三、田辺新一、渡邊剛、吉井存、 渡邊進介、富樫英介、田中太一、 高橋慎一、久野誠

  • 秋元孝之、佐々木真人、柳井崇、 田島昌樹、天井秀行、源馬健史、 田辺新一

  • 川村明寛、西原直枝、西川雅弥、 羽田正沖、植木雅典、田辺新一

  • 植木雅典、西原直枝、西川雅弥、 羽田正沖、川村明寛、田辺新一

  • 西川雅弥、西原直枝、田辺新一

  • 篠塚大輔、中川優一、小林弘造、 丹波勝巳、清田修、相澤芳弘、田辺新一

  • 中川優一、篠塚大輔、小林弘造、 丹波勝巳、清田修、相澤芳弘、田辺新一

  • 黒崎優一、流田慎也、天井秀行、源馬健史、田辺新一、秋元孝之、佐々木真人、 柳井崇

  • 流田慎也、黒崎優一、天井秀行、 源馬健史、佐々木真人、柳井崇、 秋元孝之、田辺新一

  • 広瀬暢民、高野修一、田辺新一、 瀬川荘司、神原弘幸、森本雅文

  • 高野修一、広瀬暢民、田辺新一、 瀬川荘司、神原弘幸、森本雅文

  • 青木泰輔、亀尾研介、常本祥子、谷英明、田辺新一

  • 常本祥子、亀尾研介、青木泰輔、谷英明、田口博彰、田辺新一

  • 金勲、窪田圭祐、田中祐輔、服部将志、 田辺新一、田島昌樹、佐藤健一、村江行忠

  • 田中祐輔、窪田圭祐、服部将志、金勲、 田辺新一、田島昌樹、佐藤健一、村江行忠

  • 柏原誠一、松田克己、吉田和之、 今井秀秋、田辺新一

  • 服部将志、田中祐輔、窪田圭祐、金勲、 田辺新一、柏原誠一、吉田和之

  • 窪田圭祐、金勲、田辺新一

  • 亀尾研介、窪田圭祐、金勲、田辺新一

  • 谷英明、金勲、田中祐輔、服部将志、 成旻起、李晟在、田辺新一、 Seung-Min Lee

  • 長田匡史、秋元孝之、堀川晋、市山論、堤仁美

  • 山本佳嗣、田辺新一、久保木真俊、 鈴木宏昌、安宅智洋、北田真、 渡邉賢太郎、

  • 久保木真俊、田辺新一、鈴木宏昌、 山本佳嗣、安宅智洋、北田真、 渡邉賢太郎、

  • 鈴木宏昌、久保木真俊、山本佳嗣、 安宅智洋、北田真、渡邉賢太郎、田辺新一

  • 和田良祐、山田真衣子、田辺新一、 永山啓樹、大井元

  • 山田真衣子、和田良祐、田辺新一、 大井元、永山啓樹

  • 三沢健、永山俊秀、後藤悠、坂本圭司、 飯野直志、中野淳太、田辺新一

  • 永山俊秀、後藤悠、三沢健、坂本圭司、 飯野直志、中野淳太、田辺新一

  • 後藤悠、永山俊秀、三沢健、坂本圭司、 飯野直志、中野淳太、田辺新一

  • 鍵屋慎一、大森敏明、田辺新一

  • 大森敏明、田辺新一

  • 山室寿行、藤永隆史、白石靖幸、 田辺新一、木村建一

  • 藤永隆史、白石靖幸、田辺新一、木村建一

  • 大橋隼人、木村建一、田辺新一、白石靖幸、中野淳太、堤仁美、清原晃二、 村上英明

  • 羽田正沖、西原直枝、田辺新一

  • 小林弘造、北村規明、清田修、岡卓史、西原直枝、田辺新一

  • 西原直枝、西川雅弥、植木雅典、 川村明寛、田辺新一

  • 田辺新一、西原直枝

  • 保田佳孝、堤仁美、田辺新一、有城朗子

  • 堤仁美、保田佳孝、田辺新一、有城朗子

  • 渡邉賢太郎、田辺新一、天井秀行、 横尾佳奈子、相澤芳弘

  • 天井秀行、田辺新一、渡邉賢太郎、 横尾佳奈子、相澤芳弘

  • 横尾佳奈子、天井秀行、渡邉賢太郎、 田辺新一、相澤芳弘

  • 市丸隼人、望月悦子、渡邊進介、小林敬、田辺新一、高井啓明、白鳥泰宏、 樋口祥明、黒木友裕

  • 中野淳太、金政秀、北田真、安宅智洋、 久保木真俊、鈴木宏昌、渡邉賢太郎、 山本佳嗣、松浦肇、田辺新一

  • 北田真、安宅智洋、久保木真俊、 鈴木宏昌、渡邉賢太郎、 田辺新一、 中野淳太、 松浦肇、金政秀、山本佳嗣

  • 安宅智洋、 中野淳太、金政秀、北田真、 久保木真俊、鈴木宏昌、渡邉賢太郎、 山本佳嗣、松浦肇、 田辺新一

  • 金政秀、松浦肇、北田真、安宅智洋、 久保木真俊、鈴木宏昌、渡邉賢太郎、 中野淳太、田辺新一、山本佳嗣

  • 井田卓造、田辺新一、中野淳太、 高木賢二、山中徹、三浦克弘、佐藤正章、中江哲

  • 渡邊進介、望月悦子、小林敬、韋宇銘、 市丸隼人、 高井啓明、白鳥泰宏、 田辺新一

  • 韋宇銘、小林敬、市丸隼人、渡邊進介、 望月悦子、 田辺新一、高井啓明、 白鳥泰宏

  • 小林敬、韋宇銘、市丸隼人、望月悦子、 渡邊進介、 田辺新一、高井啓明、 白鳥泰宏

  • 望月悦子、田辺新一

  • 新井真紀子、田村悠、望月悦子、 渡邊進介、 田辺新一、海宝幸一、 永瀬修

  • 田村悠、田辺新一、望月悦子、渡邊進介、 新井真紀子、海宝幸一、永瀬修

  • 得能正樹、小野寺和久、河相めぐみ、平田克二、田辺新一

  • 河相めぐみ、小野寺和久、得能正樹、 平田克二、田辺新一

  • 小野寺和久、河相めぐみ、得能正樹、 平田克二、田辺新一

  • 常本祥子、亀尾研介、窪田圭佑、田辺新一

  • 藤永隆史、白石靖幸、田辺新一、木村建一

  • 門司宜大、藤永隆史、白石靖幸、田辺新一

  • 田辺新一、鍵屋慎一、松前和則、篠塚大輔、中川優一

  • 飯田玲香、櫻木登、白石靖幸、田辺新一、木村建一

  • 大貫渉、福田健一、仲川ゆり、石川和樹、三沢健、中野淳太、田辺新一

  • 池上和歌子、藤浪健二、後藤悠、三沢健、仲川ゆり、飯野直志、中野淳太、田辺新一

  • 藤浪健二、池上和歌子、後藤悠、三沢健、仲川ゆり、飯野直志、中野淳太、田辺新一

  • 後藤悠、池上和歌子、藤浪健二、三沢健、仲川ゆり、飯野直志、中野淳太、田辺新一

  • 三沢 健、池上和歌子、藤浪健二、後藤悠、仲川ゆり、飯野直志、中野淳太、田辺新一

  • 流田慎也、黒崎優一、中川優一、三村良輔、篠塚大輔、佐々木真人、柳井崇、秋元孝之、田辺新一

  • 黒崎優一、流田慎也、中川優一、三村良輔、篠塚大輔、佐々木真人、柳井崇、秋元孝之、田辺新一

  • 篠塚大輔、三村良輔、中川優一、流田慎也、小林弘造、丹羽勝巳、清田修、稲垣勝之、田辺新一

  • 中川優一、三村良輔、流田慎也、小林弘造、丹羽勝巳、篠塚大輔、清田修、稲垣勝之、田辺新一

  • 三村良輔、中川優一、流田慎也、小林弘造、丹羽勝巳、篠塚大輔、清田修、稲垣勝之、田辺新一

  • 西原直枝、羽田正沖、植木雅典、川村明寛、中村駿介、田辺新一

  • 中村駿介、西原直枝、羽田正沖、植木雅典、川村明寛、田辺新一

  • 羽田正沖、西原直枝、植木雅典、川村明寛、中村駿介、田辺新一

  • 川村明寛、西原直枝、羽田正沖、植木雅典、中村駿介、田辺新一

  • 植木雅典、西原直枝、羽田正沖、川村明寛、中村駿介、田辺新一

  • 村上慶太、佐野潤一、田辺新一、永山啓樹、大井元

  • 佐野潤一、村上慶太、田辺新一、永山啓樹、大井元

  • 田中祐輔、窪田圭佑、金勲、田辺新一、常本祥子

  • 窪田圭佑、田中祐輔、常本祥子、金勲、田辺新一

  • 持田恵吾、田中祐輔、服部将志、金勲、柏原誠一、吉田和之、田辺新一

  • 服部将志、田中祐輔、持田恵吾、金勳、今井秀秋、吉田和之、田辺新一

  • 金勲、持田恵吾、田中祐輔、服部将志、柏原誠一、松田克己、田辺新一

  • 山本佳嗣、田辺新一、鈴木宏昌、大王丸健太、久保木真俊、安宅智洋、柳井崇、北原知治

  • 鈴木宏昌、田辺新一、久保木真俊、大王丸健太、安宅智洋、山本佳嗣、柳井崇、北原知治

  • 大王丸健太、田辺新一、鈴木宏昌、久保木真俊、安宅智洋、山本佳嗣、柳井崇、北原知治

  • 久保木真俊、田辺新一、鈴木宏昌、大王丸健太、安宅智洋、山本佳嗣、柳井崇、北原知治

  • 北原知治、田辺新一、久保木真俊、大王丸健太、安宅智洋、山本佳嗣、柳井崇、鈴木宏昌

  • 大橋隼人、堤仁美、保田佳孝、江崎祐太、針ヶ谷純吉、田辺新一、石沢敏彦

  • 保田佳孝、堤仁美、大橋隼人、江崎祐太、針ヶ谷純吉、田辺新一、石沢敏彦

  • 江崎祐太、堤仁美、保田佳孝、大橋隼人、田辺新一、針ヶ谷純吉、石沢敏彦

  • 堤仁美、大橋隼人、保田佳孝、江崎祐太、針ヶ谷純吉、田辺新一、石沢敏彦

  • 富樫英介、田辺新一、平岡雅哉、武政祐一、三浦克弘、安宅智洋、永山俊秀

  • 安宅智洋、富樫英介、田辺新一、永山俊秀、平岡雅哉、三浦克弘、武政祐一

  • 永山 俊秀、田辺新一、平岡雅哉、武政祐一、三浦克弘、富樫英介、安宅智洋

  • 平岡雅哉、弘本真一、武政祐一、三浦克弘、田渕誠一、田辺新一、富樫英介

  • 亀尾研介、常本祥子、田辺新一、田口博晃

  • 黒澤百理子、高野修一、田辺新一、森本雅文

  • 高野修一、黒澤百理子、田辺新一、森本雅文

  • 鈴木義範、田辺新一、富樫英介、横山計三、高橋慎一、吉井存

  • 小川崇臣、田辺新一、富樫英介、横山計三、高橋慎一、吉井存

  • 高橋慎一、田辺新一、富樫英介、横山計三、小川崇臣、渡辺剛

  • 武部紘樹、河合めぐみ、平田克二、大森敏明、田辺新一

  • 板垣雅治、大森敏明、田辺新一

  • 大森敏明、田辺新一

  • 渡辺賢太郎、田辺新一、稲垣勝之、川又大祐、横尾佳奈子

  • 横尾佳奈子、渡邉賢太郎、田辺新一、稲垣勝之、川又大祐

  • 宇佐美雅俊、河合めぐみ、平田克二、田辺新一

  • 水石仁、伊香賀俊治、吉野博、田辺新一

  • 韋 宇銘、伊藤浩士、小林弘造、丹羽勝巳、清田修、稲垣勝之、田辺新一

  • 伊藤浩士、韋 宇銘、小林弘造、丹羽勝巳、清田修、稲垣勝之、田辺新一

  • 河相めぐみ、小野寺和久、平田克二、田辺新一、佐藤康弘、森川秦成

  • 小野寺和久、河相めぐみ、平田克二、田辺新一、佐藤康弘、森川泰成

  • 山本倫代、望月悦子、永瀬修、海宝幸一、田辺新一

  • 平岡雅哉、弘本真一、菰田英晴、田渕誠一、武政祐一、三浦克弘、加藤正宏、田辺新一、富樫英介

  • 伊藤浩士、鈴木義範、富樫英介、金政秀、平岡雅哉、弘本真一、菰田英晴、田渕誠一、田辺新一

  • 鈴木義範、富樫英介、田辺新一、田渕誠一、平岡雅哉、弘本真一、菰田英晴

  • 富樫英介、鈴木義範、田辺新一、田渕誠一、平岡雅哉、弘本真一、菰田英晴

  • 鈴木宏昌、藤浪健二、金 政秀、田辺新一

  • 金 政秀、藤浪健二、鈴木宏昌、田辺新一

  • 藤浪健二、金 政秀、鈴木宏昌、田辺新一

  • 宇佐美 雅俊、久保木 真俊、松島 孝幸、牛尾 智秋、富樫 英介、田辺 新一、林 英人

  • 久保木 真俊、宇佐美 雅俊、松島 孝幸、牛尾 智秋、富樫 英介、田辺 新一、林 英人

  • 松島 孝幸、田辺 新一、牛尾 智秋、久保木 真俊、林 英人

  • 韋 宇銘、川口 知真、大王丸 健太、伊藤 浩士、金 政秀、平岡 雅哉、弘本 真一、菰田 英晴、田渕 誠一、渡邊 進介、田辺 新一

  • 川口 知真、韋 宇銘、大王丸 健太、伊藤 浩士、金 政秀、平岡 雅哉、弘本 真一、菰田 英晴、田渕 誠一、渡邊 進介、田辺 新一

  • 大王丸 健太、川口 知真、伊藤 浩士、金 政秀、韋 宇銘、平岡 雅哉、弘本 真一、菰田 英晴、田渕 誠一、渡邊 進介、田辺 新一

  • 中川優一、山本倫代、三村良輔、星清慈、流田慎也、佐々木真人、秋元孝之、田辺新一、松永宙、中村隆

  • 山本倫代、三村良輔、星清慈、中川優一、流田慎也、佐々木真人、秋元孝之、田辺新一、松永宙、中村隆

  • 佐々木真人、柳井崇、中川優一、山本倫代、三村良輔、星清慈、流田慎也、秋元孝之、田辺新一、松永宙、中村隆

  • 川口 玄、西原 直枝、羽田 正沖、中村 駿介、内田 智志、田辺 新一

  • 羽田 正沖、西原 直枝、中村 駿介、内田 智志、川口 玄、田辺 新一

  • 中村 駿介、西原 直枝、羽田 正沖、内田 智志、川口 玄、田辺 新一

  • 内田 智志、西原 直枝、羽田 正沖、中村 駿介、川口 玄、田辺 新一

  • 西原 直枝、羽田 正沖、中村 駿介、田辺 新一

  • 樋口 佳樹、富樫 英介、宇田川 光弘、田辺 新一

  • 小川崇臣、富樫英介、田辺新一

  • 三村良輔、山本倫代、星 清慈、中川優一、小林弘造、丹羽勝巳、市川 徹、清田 修、齊藤 周、岡 雅博、田辺新一

  • 星 清慈、三村良輔、山本倫代、中川優一、小林弘造、丹羽勝巳、市川 徹、清田 修、齊藤 周、岡 雅博、田辺新一

  • 田口 博晃、亀尾 研介、岡田 厚太郎、金 勲、田辺 新一

  • 亀尾 研介、岡田 厚太郎、田口 博晃、金 勲、田辺 新一

  • 岡田 厚太郎、亀尾 研介、田口 博晃、金 勲、田辺 新一

  • 持田恵吾、金 勲、田中祐輔、有賀隆男、田辺新一

  • 金 勲、持田恵吾、田中祐輔、有賀隆男、田辺新一

  • 田中 祐輔、持田 恵吾、仲村 寿人、金 勲、田辺 新一

  • 仲村 寿人、田中 祐輔、金 勲、田辺 新一、井上 雅雄、澤田 幸三

  • 田辺 新一、田中 祐輔、金 勲、仲村 寿人、井上 雅雄、澤田 幸三

  • 常本 祥子、岡田厚太郎、高野 修一、金 勲、田辺 新一、吉野 博

  • 高野 修一、岡田厚太郎、常本 祥子、金 勲、有賀 隆男、田辺 新一、吉野 博

  • 黒澤 百理子、金 �兌、渡邊 進介、田辺 新一、寺山 哲夫、高原 正弘、川又 大祐、磯崎 敏正、師尾 元、片野 正昭

  • 金 �兌、黒澤 百理子、渡邊 進介、田辺 新一、寺山 哲夫、高原 正弘、川又 大祐、磯崎 敏正、師尾 元、片野 正昭

  • 高木理恵、吉野博、呂陽、中村安季、田辺新一、林基哉、長谷川兼一

  • 呂陽、吉野博、高木理恵、中村安季、田辺新一、林基哉、長谷川兼一

  • 服部 将志、田中 祐輔、持田 恵吾、金 勲、柏原 誠一、吉田 和之、田辺 新一

  • 伊藤 朋香、小林 光、藤井 浩史、山本 出、望月 悦子、田辺 新一

  • 藤井 浩史、小林 光、伊藤 朋香、山本 出、望月 悦子、田辺 新一

  • 小林 光、藤井 浩史、伊藤 朋香、山本 出、望月 悦子、田辺 新一、川口 隆

  • 平須賀 信洋、川田 康介、山形 史人、池上和歌子、藤浪 健二、三沢 健、仲川 ゆり、中野 淳太、田辺 新一

  • 池上和歌子、川田 康介、平須賀 信洋、山形 史人、藤浪 健二、三沢 健、仲川 ゆり、中野 淳太、田辺 新一

  • 中野 淳太、川田 康介、平須賀 信洋、山形 史人、池上和歌子、藤浪 健二、三沢 健、仲川 ゆり、田辺 新一

  • 三沢 健、川田 康介、平須賀 信洋、山形 史人、池上和歌子、藤浪 健二、仲川 ゆり、中野 淳太、田辺 新一

  • 山形 史人、川田 康介、平須賀 信洋、池上和歌子、藤浪 健二、三沢 健、仲川 ゆり、中野 淳太、田辺 新一

  • 川田 康介、平須賀 信洋、山形 史人、池上和歌子、藤浪 健二、三沢 健、仲川 ゆり、中野 淳太、田辺 新一

  • 仲川 ゆり、池上 和歌子、藤浪 健二、川田 康介、山形 史人、平須賀 信洋、三沢 健、中野 淳太、田辺 新一

  • 江崎 祐太、堤 仁美、竹内 瞳、大橋 隼人、田辺 新一、川又 大祐

  • 堤 仁美、江崎 祐太、竹内 瞳、大橋 隼人、田辺 新一、川又 大祐

  • 大橋 隼人、堤 仁美、江崎 祐太、竹内 瞳、針ヶ谷 純吉、田辺 新一

  • 竹内 瞳、江崎 祐太、堤 仁美、大橋 隼人、針ヶ谷 純吉、田辺 新一、石沢 敏彦、高塚 威

  • 佐野 潤一、村上 慶太、伊丹 隆夫、大井 元、永山 啓樹、田辺 新一

  • 板垣 雅治、大森 敏明、田辺 新一

  • 大森 敏明、田辺 新一

  • 武部 紘樹、三村 良輔、中川 優一、鍵屋 慎一、松前 和則、田辺 新一

  • 小野寺 和久、平田 克二、佐藤 康弘、森川 泰成、田辺 新一

  • 伊藤浩士、米田拓朗、川口知真、川田康介、金政秀、田辺新一

  • 川口知真、米田拓朗、川田康介、金政秀、田辺新一、伊藤浩士

  • 米田拓朗、伊藤浩士、金政秀、田辺新一、安田健一、大浦豊

  • 安田健一、高橋由貴、川口知真、金政秀、田辺新一、伊藤浩士、藤浪健二

  • 高橋由貴、川口知真、金政秀、田辺新一

  • 金政秀、川口知真、高橋由貴、田辺新一

  • 川田康介、高橋由貴、米田拓朗、川口知真、藤浪健二、伊藤浩士、金政秀、田辺新一

  • 藤浪健二、高橋由貴、米田拓朗、川口知真、川田康介、伊藤浩士、金政秀、田辺新一

  • 星清慈、岩瀬基彦、山本倫代、中川優一、佐々木真人、田辺新一、秋元孝之

  • 山本倫代、星清慈、岩瀬基彦、佐々木真人、中川優一、秋元孝之、田辺新一

  • 岩瀬基彦、星清慈、山本倫代、中川優一、佐々木真人、秋元孝之、田辺新一

  • 佐々木真人、山本倫代、中川優一、柳井崇、岩瀬基彦、星清慈、秋元孝之、田辺新一

  • 西原直枝、羽田正沖、中村駿介、内田智志、川口玄、秋山友里、山本麻莉、田辺新一

  • 秋山友里、西原直枝、羽田正沖、中村駿介、内田智志、川口玄、山本麻莉、田辺新一

  • 中村駿介、西原直枝、羽田正沖、内田智志、川口玄、秋山友里、山本麻莉、田辺新一

  • 羽田正沖、西原直枝、中村駿介、内田智志、川口玄、秋山友里、山本麻莉、田辺新一

  • 内田智志、西原直枝、羽田正沖、中村駿介、川口玄、秋山友里、山本麻莉、田辺新一

  • 富樫英介、田辺新一、鈴木義範、平岡雅哉

  • 金勲、持田恵吾、有賀隆男、田辺新一

  • 持田恵吾、金勲、有賀隆男、田辺新一

  • 仲村寿人、小金澤淳、金勲、田辺新一、須藤康弘、前川真貴子

  • 小金澤淳、仲村寿人、金勲、田辺新一、田辺裕勝、林誠二郎

  • 江崎祐太、堤仁美、竹内瞳、田附昌也、田辺新一、中原弘一、節島正和

  • 竹内瞳、堤仁美、江崎祐太、田附昌也、田辺新一、中原弘一、節島正和

  • 田附昌也、堤仁美、江崎祐太、竹内瞳、田辺新一、中原弘一、節島正和

  • 堤仁美、江崎祐太、竹内瞳、田附昌也、田辺新一、中原弘一、節島正和

  • 節島正和、中原弘一、逆瀬川三有生

  • 田辺新一、堤仁美

  • 高木理恵、吉野博、安藤直也、呂陽、田辺新一、長谷川兼一、林基哉

  • 田口博晃、岡田厚太郎、小金澤淳、金勲、田辺新一

  • 金�兌、岡田厚太郎、金勲、田辺新一

  • 岡田厚太郎、Hyuntae Kim、金勲、柏原誠一、吉田和之、吉野博、田辺新一

  • 川口玄、西原直枝、羽田正沖、中村駿介、内田智志、秋山友里、山本麻莉、田辺新一

  • 山本麻莉、西原直枝、羽田正沖、中村駿介、川口玄、内田智志、秋山友里、田辺新一

  • 山田有紀、川田康介、平須賀信洋、山形史人、池上和歌子、飯野直志、酒井敦司、仲川ゆり、中野淳太、田辺新一

  • 平須賀信洋、山田有紀、川田康介、山形史人、池上和歌子、飯野直志、酒井敦司、仲川ゆり、中野淳太、田辺新一

  • 飯野直志、山田有紀、平須賀信洋、山形史人、川田康介、池上和歌子、酒井敦司、仲川ゆり、中野淳太、田辺新一

  • 大森敏明、松前和則、田辺新一

  • 池上和歌子、田辺新一、中野淳太、酒井敦司、仲川ゆり、川田康介、山形史人、平須賀信洋、山田有紀

  • 山形史人、山田有紀、平須賀信洋、川田康介、池上和歌子、仲川ゆり、酒井敦司、中野淳太、田辺新一

  • 中野淳太、池上和歌子、川田康介、平須賀信洋、山形史人、山田有紀、酒井敦司、仲川ゆり、田辺新一

  • 水石仁、田辺新一、秋元孝之、高口洋人、堤仁美、坊垣和明、村上周三

  • 坊垣和明、村上周三、吉野博、田辺新一、小泉雅生、伊香賀俊治

  • 川田康介、金政秀、田辺新一

  • 千代延亜弥、川田康介、金政秀、田辺新一

  • 浜崎紘嗣、岩橋優子、千代延亜弥、川口知真、川田康介、金政秀、藤野三樹、森勝彦、八木佐千子、古谷誠章、田辺新一

  • 石倉結花、林立也、西原直枝、堤仁美、羽田正沖、内田智志、山本麻莉、田辺新一

  • 内田智志、光野茂生、堀川晋、林立也、山本麻莉、石倉結花、田辺新一

  • 光野茂生、堀川晋、林立也、内田智志、山本麻莉、石倉結花、田辺新一

  • 川口知真、米田拓朗、金政秀、安田健一、田辺新一

  • 米田拓朗、川口知真、金政秀、田辺新一、安田健一

  • 安田健一、金政秀、川口知真、岩橋優子、田辺新一

  • 高橋由貴、川口知真、岩橋優子、金政秀、安田健一、田辺新一

  • 金政秀、岩橋優子、米田拓朗、川口知真、川田康介、安田健一、田辺新一

  • 岩橋優子、米田拓朗、川口知真、川田康介、金政秀、田辺新一、安田健一

  • 川口玄、和田一樹、粕谷敦、西原直枝、羽田正沖、山本麻莉、迫加奈絵、田辺新一

  • 山本麻莉、和田一樹、粕谷敦、西原直枝、羽田正沖、川口玄、迫加奈絵、田辺新一

  • 迫加奈絵、西原直枝、羽田正沖、川口玄、山本麻莉、和田一樹、粕谷敦、田辺新一

  • 粕谷敦、和田一樹、樋口祥明、高橋幹雄、川口玄、田辺新一、西原直枝、羽田正沖、山本麻莉、迫加奈絵

  • 和田一樹、粕谷敦、樋口祥明、高橋幹雄、川口玄、田辺新一、西原直枝、羽田正沖

  • 峰野悟、村上剛志、田島昌樹、佐藤務、桑沢保夫、田辺新一、坂本雄三

  • 村上剛志、峰野悟、田島昌樹、佐藤務、桑沢保夫、田辺新一、坂本雄三

  • 佐藤菜生、金勲、田辺新一

  • 金勲、佐藤菜生、有賀隆男、田辺新一

  • 吉村真一、小金澤淳、仲村寿人、金勲、田辺新一、前川真貴子、米澤璋

  • 仲村寿人、吉村真一、小金澤淳、金勲、田辺新一、林誠二郎、大西邦弘

  • 小金澤淳、吉村真一、仲村寿人、金勲、田辺新一、渡辺孝、三津田威彦

  • 岡田厚太郎、川村聡宏、Hyuntae Kim、金勲、田辺新一、吉野博

  • Hyuntae Kim、川村聡宏、岡田厚太郎、田辺新一

  • 川村聡宏、岡田厚太郎、Hyuntae Kim、金勲、田辺新一、吉野博

  • 篠田文彦、竹内瞳、堤仁美、平須賀信洋、岩瀬基彦、諫早俊樹、伊藤隆、田辺新一、中原弘一、節島正和

  • 竹内瞳、篠田文彦、堤仁美、平須賀信洋、岩瀬基彦、諫早俊樹、伊藤隆、田辺新一、中原弘一、節島正和

  • 平須賀信洋、伊藤隆、諫早俊樹、岩瀬基彦、堤仁美、竹内瞳、篠田文彦、森本正一、堀賢、田辺新一

  • 堤仁美、伊藤隆、諫早俊樹、岩瀬基彦、平須賀信洋、竹内瞳、篠田文彦、森本正一、田辺新一、堀賢

  • 岩瀬基彦、伊藤隆、諫早俊樹、堤仁美、平須賀信洋、竹内瞳、篠田文彦、森本正一、田辺新一、堀賢

  • 諫早俊樹、伊藤隆、岩瀬基彦、堤仁美、平須賀信洋、竹内瞳、篠田文彦、森本正一、田辺新一、堀賢

  • 森本正一、伊藤隆、諫早俊樹、岩瀬基彦、堤仁美、平須賀信洋、竹内瞳、篠田文彦、田辺新一、堀賢

  • 伊藤隆、諫早俊樹、岩瀬基彦、堤仁美、平須賀信洋、竹内瞳、篠田文彦、森本正一、田辺新一、堀賢、有賀隆男

  • 田辺新一、堤仁美、堀賢

  • 大平昇、大森敏明、板垣雅治、田辺新一大森敏明

  • 大森敏明、大平昇、板垣雅治、田辺新一

  • 尾関義一、田辺新一

  • 森勇司、佐野潤一、大井元、田辺新一

  • 中村友香、伊藤光太郎、横山朋之、山田有紀、山形史人、中野淳太、田辺新一、飯野直志、坂本圭司、佐藤敏彦

  • 伊藤光太郎、中村友香、横山朋之、山田有紀、山形史人、中野淳太、田辺新一

  • 山田有紀、伊藤光太郎、中村友香、横山朋之、山形史人、飯野直志、坂本圭司、佐藤敏彦、中野淳太、田辺新一

  • 横山朋之、伊藤光太郎、中村友香、横山朋之、山形史人、飯野直志、坂本圭司、佐藤敏彦、中野淳太、田辺新一

  • 中野淳太、山田有紀、伊藤光太郎、中村友香、横山朋之、山形史人、飯野直志、佐藤敏彦、坂本圭司、田辺新一

  • 水石仁、村上周三、伊香賀俊治、田辺新一

  • 秋元孝之、田辺新一、高口洋人、信田聡

  • 山形史人、伊藤光太郎、中村友香、横山朋之、山田有紀、中野淳太、田辺新一

  • 西原直枝、柳井崇、田辺新一

  • 高井啓明、村上周三、川瀬貴晴、宗本順三、田辺新一、伊香賀俊治、坊垣和明、徳本幸男

  • 杉浦敏浩、村上周三、高井啓明、川瀬貴晴、宗本順三、田辺新一、伊香賀俊治、坊垣和明

  • 福田裕行、竹井宏、伊藤剛、田辺新一

  • 伊藤光太郎、樋口美和、流田麻美、西原直枝、田辺新一、伊藤剛、和田克明、吉野攝津子、間瀬亮平

  • 流田麻美、樋口美和、伊藤光太郎、西原直枝、田辺新一、伊藤剛、和田克明、吉野攝津子、間瀬亮平

  • 樋口美和、流田麻美、伊藤光太郎、西原直枝、田辺新一、伊藤剛、和田克明、吉野攝津子、間瀬亮平

  • 石倉結花、田辺新一、西原直枝、多々良研吾、佐藤孝輔、八木田裕悟、松瀬達也

  • 多々良研吾、田辺新一、西原直枝、石倉結花、佐藤考輔、八木田裕悟、松瀬達也

  • 平岡雅哉、弘本真一、菰田英晴、田渕誠一、田辺新一、西原直枝、對馬聖菜、岩橋優子

  • 菰田英晴、平岡雅哉、弘本真一、田渕誠一、田辺新一、岩橋優子、對馬聖菜、西原直枝

  • 對馬聖菜、岩橋優子、西原直枝、田辺新一、平岡雅哉、弘本真一、菰田英晴、田渕誠一

  • 田辺新一、岩橋優子、對馬聖菜、西原直枝、平岡雅哉、弘本真一、菰田英晴、田渕誠一

  • 小川哲史、今成岳人、野部達夫、田辺新一、久保木真俊、丹羽勝巳、大宮政男

  • 森本涼、岩橋優子、三宅宏美、西原直枝、今成岳人、小川哲史、丹羽勝巳、久保木真俊、田辺新一

  • 三宅宏美、森本涼、岩橋優子、西原直枝、今成岳人、小川哲史、丹羽勝巳、久保木真俊、田辺新一

  • 千代延亜弥、田中宏昌、田辺新一

  • 田中宏昌、千代延亜弥、田辺新一

  • 武藤友香、田辺新一、西原直枝、迫加奈絵、古谷恵一、和田一樹、宮崎貴士、高橋幹雄

  • 迫加奈絵、田辺新一、西原直枝、古谷恵一、武藤友香、和田一樹、宮崎貴士、高橋幹雄

  • 古谷恵一、田辺新一、西原直枝、迫加奈絵、武藤友香、和田一樹、宮崎貴士、高橋幹雄

  • 宮_貴士、和田一樹、高橋幹雄、迫加奈絵、古谷恵一、武藤友香、田辺新一、西原直枝

  • 和田一樹、宮崎貴士、高橋幹雄、田辺新一、西原直枝、古谷恵一、武藤友香、迫加奈絵

  • 金_兌、波多野弘和、川村聡宏、田辺新一

  • 川村聡宏、波多野弘和、金_兌、金勲、田辺新一

  • 波多野弘和、川村聡宏、金_兌、金勲、田辺新一

  • 小金澤淳、金勲、田辺新一、櫛田貢、樋田淳平

  • 金勲、小金澤淳、田辺新一、三田達志、鈴木伸吾

  • 篠田文彦、尾方壮行、堤仁美、田辺新一、中原弘一、節島正和

  • 尾方壮行、篠田文彦、堤仁美、田辺新一、中原弘一、節島正和、有賀隆男

  • 森本正一、湯懐鵬、田辺新一、堤仁美、堀賢

  • 諫早俊樹、藤原舞、岡島彩子、堤仁美、森本正一、田辺新一、堀賢

  • 藤原舞、岡島彩子、諫早俊樹、堤仁美、田辺新一、森本正一、堀賢

  • 岡島彩子、藤原舞、諫早俊樹、堤仁美、森本正一、田辺新一、堀賢、有賀隆男

  • 濱崎紘嗣、築山祐子、田邉新一、遠藤えりか、古谷誠章、李東勲、志村卓馬、小林裕、海野賢、柏原誠一

  • 築山祐子、濱崎紘嗣、田邉新一、遠藤えりか、古谷誠章、李東勲、志村卓馬、小林裕、海野賢、柏原誠一

  • 海野玄陽、遠藤えりか、濱崎紘嗣、小林裕、田辺新一

  • 遠藤えりか、海野玄陽、濱崎紘嗣、小林裕、田辺新一

  • 篠原愛美、久保洋香、大森敏明、大平昇、冨永隆一、横山朋之、田辺新一

  • 久保洋香、篠原愛美、大森敏明、大平昇、冨永隆一、横山朋之、田辺新一

  • 尾関義一、田辺新一

  • 吉村真一、小林裕、田辺新一、尾関義一

  • 小林裕、吉村真一、尾関義一、田辺新一

  • 飯野直志、大石洋之、坂本圭司、中野淳太、中村友香、河又大起、伊藤光太郎、横山朋之、樋口美和、田辺新一

  • 中野淳太、中村友香、河又大起、伊藤光太郎、横山朋之、樋口美和、大石洋之、飯野直志、坂本圭司、田辺新一

  • 中村友香、河又大起、樋口美和、伊藤光太郎、横山朋之、大石洋之、飯野直志、坂本圭司、中野淳太、田辺新一

  • 河又大起、樋口美和、中村友香、伊藤光太郎、横山朋之、大石洋之、飯野直志、坂本圭司、中野淳太、田辺新一

  • 水石仁、村上周三、伊香賀俊治、田辺新一

  • 三宅奈美、関野宏行、森正夫、漆迫善治、蛭田厚大、田辺新一

  • 堤仁美、長澤夏子、加藤龍一、松岡由紀子、秋山友里、秋元孝之、田辺新一

  • 加藤龍一、長澤夏子、堤仁美、松岡由紀子、秋山友里、秋元孝之、田辺新一

  • 長澤夏子、加藤龍一、堤仁美、松岡由紀子、秋山友里、秋元孝之、田辺新一

  • 西原直枝、田辺新一、伊藤光太郎、樋口美和、流田麻美、高橋幹雄、野崎尚子

  • 吉野攝津子、西原直枝、田辺新一、伊藤剛、和田克明、島岡宏秀、間瀬亮平

  • 森本涼、西原直枝、今成岳人、小川哲史、丹羽勝巳、久保木真俊、田辺新一

  • 小田島範幸、山根俊博、大嶋治雄、倉下啓、和田晋治、田口博晃、田辺新一

  • 葛生恵理子、樋口美和、流田麻美、原田尚侑、田辺新一、阿部光伸、押久保正則、中村友香、大嶋治雄、田口博晃、和田晋治

  • 流田麻美、樋口美和、葛生恵理子、原田尚侑、田辺新一、阿部光伸、押久保正則、中村友香、大嶋治雄、田口博晃、和田晋治

  • 原田尚侑、樋口美和、流田麻美、葛生恵理子、田辺新一、阿部光伸、押久保正則、中村友香、大嶋治雄、田口博晃、和田晋治

  • 中村友香、押久保正則、阿部光伸、大嶋治雄、田口博晃、和田晋治、葛生恵理子、原田尚侑、流田麻美、樋口美和、田辺新一

  • 押久保正則、中村友香、阿部光伸、大嶋治雄、田口博晃、和田晋治、葛生恵理子、原田尚侑、流田麻美、樋口美和、田辺新一

  • 尾方壮行、篠田文彦、堤仁美、田辺新一、中原弘一、節島正和

  • 森本正一、湯懐鵬、田辺新一、堤仁美、堀賢

  • 岡島彩子、新井啓太郎、藤原舞、堤仁美、森本正一、田辺新一、堀賢

  • 新井啓太郎、岡島彩子、藤原舞、堤仁美、森本正一、藤江創、田辺新一、堀賢

  • 中村俊太、金勲、田辺新一、川本隆文、大西邦弘

  • 金_兌、波多野弘和、田辺新一

  • 波多野弘和、金_兌、金勲、田辺新一

  • 川上梨沙、山口一、田辺新一、辻裕次、堀賢、町田晃一

  • 町田晃一、山口一、田辺新一、杉山靖尚、堀賢、辻裕次

  • 金勲、柏原誠一、田辺新一

  • 和田一樹、左勝旭、廣田聡史、高橋幹雄、武藤友香、小林美子、石井義章、西原直枝、田辺新一

  • 小林美子、武藤友香、石井義章、田辺新一、西原直枝、左勝旭、高橋幹雄、和田一樹、廣田聡史

  • 石井義章、武藤友香、小林美子、田辺新一、西原直枝、左勝旭、廣田聡史、高橋幹雄、和田一樹

  • 武藤友香、小林美子、石井義章、田辺新一、西原直枝、左勝旭、高橋幹雄、和田一樹、廣田聡史

  • 左勝旭、和田一樹、高橋幹雄、廣田聡史、武藤友香、小林美子、石井義章、西原直枝、田辺新一

  • 都築弘政、辻正雄、中川浩、遠藤えりか、海野賢、河又大起、田辺新一

  • 辻正雄、都築弘政、遠藤えりか、海野賢、河又大起、中川浩、田辺 新一

  • 堤仁美、藤原舞、森桜、田辺新一、堀賢、清水芳男、井尾浩章、濱田千江子、富野康日己

  • 藤原舞、堤仁美、森桜、田辺新一、堀賢、清水芳男、井尾浩章、濱田千江子、富野康日己

  • 廣瀬文郁、久保洋香、篠原愛美、田辺新一、大森敏明、大平昇、冨永隆一

  • 久保洋香、篠原愛美、廣瀬文郁、田辺新一、大森敏明、大平昇、冨永隆一

  • 篠原愛美、久保洋香、廣瀬文郁、田辺新一、大森敏明、大平昇、冨永隆一

  • 河又大起、海野賢、加藤駿、樋口美和、加瀬史朗、坂本圭司、中野淳太、田辺新一

  • 海野賢、河又大起、加藤駿、樋口美和、加瀬史朗、坂本圭司、中野淳太、田辺新一

  • 加藤駿、中野淳太、海野賢、河又大起、樋口美和、加瀬史朗、坂本圭司、大石洋之、高橋晃久、田辺新一

  • 中野淳太、加藤駿、海野賢、河又大起、樋口美和、加瀬史朗、坂本圭司、大石洋之、高橋晃久、田辺新一

  • 湯本一生、小林裕、田辺新一

  • 尾関 義一、田辺新一

  • 對馬聖菜、西原直枝、田辺新一

  • 築山祐子、千葉陽輔、海野賢、田辺新一

  • 山口莉加、長澤夏子、加藤龍一、堤仁美、松岡由紀子、秋元孝之、田辺新一

  • 加藤龍一、長澤夏子、堤仁美、松岡由紀子、秋元孝之、田辺新一

  • 長澤夏子、加藤龍一、堤仁美、松岡由紀子、秋元孝之、田辺新一

  • 竹中大史、海野玄陽、遠藤彰、田辺新一

  • 海野玄陽、竹中大史、遠藤彰、田辺新一

  • 山田裕巳、田辺新一、森田健

  • 樋口美和、田辺新一

  • 田辺新一、樋口美和

  • 遠藤えりか、三宅宏美、海野玄陽、陳宇華、佐々木仁、田辺新一

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Research Projects

  • Evaluation on Effectiveness of Environmental Control Methods with Environmental Monitoring after COVID-19 in Welfare / Educational Facilities

    Japan Society for the Promotion of Science  Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research

    Project Year :

    2022.04
    -
    2027.03
     

Misc

  • Net Zero Energy House Considering Vulnerable Groups at Home during Power Outage: Part 2: Assessment of Electricity Self-sufficiency and Thermal Environment in Simulation

    今井美奈代, 金ジョンミン, 稲葉愛永, 秋元瑞穂, 天田侃汰, 深和佑太, 小野田亮介, 竹原大暉, 田辺新一, 柏原誠一, 千葉陽輔, 渡辺直哉

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集・建築デザイン発表梗概集(CD-ROM)   2022  2022

    J-GLOBAL

  • Well-being and Workplace Productivity of Workers Combining Office Work and Working from Home: Part 2: Well-being of Workers and Workplace Productivity

    新納稔樹, 鵜飼真成, 深和佑太, 村上卓也, 村上卓也, 飯原康介, 清田修, 國友理, 西田裕道, 田辺新一

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集・建築デザイン発表梗概集(CD-ROM)   2022  2022

    J-GLOBAL

  • Well-being and Workplace Productivity of Workers Combining Office Work and Working from Home: Part 1: Impressions of Work from home and Well-being of Workers

    飯原康介, 鵜飼真成, 深和佑太, 村上卓也, 村上卓也, 新納稔樹, 清田修, 國友理, 西田裕道, 田辺新一

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集・建築デザイン発表梗概集(CD-ROM)   2022  2022

    J-GLOBAL

  • Insulation-Retrofitted, Downsized House in Preparation for Aging Society: Part 2: Reduction Type Classification and Indoor Environment and Utility Costs of Insulation-Retrofitted, Downsized Method

    平間香菜理, 新井遥, 深和佑太, 菅野颯馬, 飯原康介, 田崎未空, 中川純, 田辺新一

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集・建築デザイン発表梗概集(CD-ROM)   2022  2022

    J-GLOBAL

  • Effects of Various Environmental Grades on Thermal Comfort in Semi-outdoor Spaces

    渡邉侑々子, 久山遼, 久山遼, 小川裕太郎, 野元彬久, 秋元瑞穂, 飯原康介, 松尾和弥, 深和佑太, 中野淳太, 田辺新一

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集・建築デザイン発表梗概集(CD-ROM)   2022  2022

    J-GLOBAL

  • Insulation-Retrofitted, Downsized House in Preparation for Aging Society: Part 1: Evaluation of Thermal Comfort in Midterm and Winter by Field Surveys

    新井遥, 平間香菜理, 深和佑太, 菅野颯馬, 飯原康介, 田崎未空, 中川純, 田辺新一

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集・建築デザイン発表梗概集(CD-ROM)   2022  2022

    J-GLOBAL

  • Net Zero Energy House Considering Vulnerable Groups at Home during Power Outage: Part 1: Outline of the simulation and the life schedule setting during a power outage

    KIM Jungmin, 今井美奈代, 稲葉愛永, 秋元瑞穂, 天田侃汰, 深和佑太, 小野田亮介, 竹原大暉, 田辺新一, 柏原誠一, 千葉陽輔, 渡辺直哉

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集・建築デザイン発表梗概集(CD-ROM)   2022  2022

    J-GLOBAL

  • Workplace Productivity of Workers in Office Work and Work from Home

    村上卓也, 鵜飼真成, 深和佑太, 千本雄登, 飯原康介, 清田修, 西田裕道, 田辺新一

    空気調和・衛生工学会大会学術講演論文集(CD-ROM)   2021  2021

    J-GLOBAL

  • Workplace Productivity in Combining Office Work and Work from Home Considering Emotional Quotient: Part 2: Emotional Quotient and Work Efficiency of Workers

    飯原康介, 鵜飼真成, 深和佑太, 千本雄登, 千本雄登, 村上卓也, 蟹江梓乃, 清田修, 西田裕道, 田辺新一

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集・建築デザイン発表梗概集(CD-ROM)   2021  2021

    J-GLOBAL

  • Power outage simulated experiment in a net Zero Energy House considering staying at home in summer: Part 1: Outline of the target house and the life schedule setting during a power outage

    森戸直美, 天田侃汰, 金ジョンミン, 秋元瑞穂, 稲葉愛永, 蟹江梓乃, 深和佑太, 田辺新一

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集・建築デザイン発表梗概集(CD-ROM)   2021  2021

    J-GLOBAL

  • Workplace Productivity in Combining Office Work and Work from Home Considering Emotional Quotient: Part 3: Analysis of Emotional Quotient Characteristics by Clustering

    深和佑太, 鵜飼真成, 千本雄登, 千本雄登, 村上卓也, 蟹江梓乃, 飯原康介, 清田修, 西田裕道, 田辺新一

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集・建築デザイン発表梗概集(CD-ROM)   2021  2021

    J-GLOBAL

  • Power outage simulated experiment in a net Zero Energy House considering staying at home in summer: Part 3: Evaluation of energy self-sufficiency and thermal environment based on the experiments

    天田侃汰, 稲葉愛永, 金ジョンミン, 秋元瑞穂, 蟹江梓乃, 深和佑太, 田辺新一, 森戸直美

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集・建築デザイン発表梗概集(CD-ROM)   2021  2021

    J-GLOBAL

  • Power outage simulated experiment in a net Zero Energy House considering staying at home in summer: Part 2: Validation for the settings of power outage simulated experiments using simulation

    稲葉愛永, 天田侃汰, 金ジョンミン, 秋元瑞穂, 蟹江梓乃, 深和佑太, 田辺新一, 森戸直美

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集・建築デザイン発表梗概集(CD-ROM)   2021  2021

    J-GLOBAL

  • Partial Insulation Retrofitting of a Two-Person Household in Preparation for Aging Society: Part 1: Insulation Retrofitted and Heating Operation Schedule Conditions

    新井遥, 藤井香菜子, 深和佑太, 村上卓也, 稲葉愛永, 中川純, 田辺新一

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集・建築デザイン発表梗概集(CD-ROM)   2021  2021

    J-GLOBAL

  • Partial Insulation Retrofitting of a Two-Person Household in Preparation for Aging Society: Part 2: Evaluation of Retrofitting Thermal Insulation Methods Considering Costs and Winter Health

    藤井香菜子, 新井遥, 深和佑太, 村上卓也, 稲葉愛永, 中川純, 田辺新一

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集・建築デザイン発表梗概集(CD-ROM)   2021  2021

    J-GLOBAL

  • Workplace Productivity in Combining Office Work and Work from Home Considering Emotional Quotient: Part 1: Ease of Action and Work Efficiency in Work Environment

    村上卓也, 鵜飼真成, 深和佑太, 千本雄登, 千本雄登, 蟹江梓乃, 飯原康介, 清田修, 西田裕道, 田辺新一

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集・建築デザイン発表梗概集(CD-ROM)   2021  2021

    J-GLOBAL

  • Study on Psychological and Physiological Effects of Urban Biophilia Buildings: Part 4: Summary And Results of Subject Experiment and Measurement in sunny weather

    宮坂裕美子, 山田翔吾, 伊藤浩士, 菅野颯馬, 篠原奈緒子, 劉建楠, 新田竜, 大庭壇, 高橋秀介, 田崎未空, 田辺新一

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集・建築デザイン発表梗概集(CD-ROM)   2021  2021

    J-GLOBAL

  • Study on Psychological and Physiological Effects of Urban Biophilia Buildings: Part 5: Results of Subject Experiment in Sunny Weather

    山田翔吾, 伊藤浩士, 菅野颯馬, 篠原奈緒子, 劉建楠, 宮坂裕美子, 新田竜, 大庭壇, 高橋秀介, 田崎未空, 田辺新一

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集・建築デザイン発表梗概集(CD-ROM)   2021  2021

    J-GLOBAL

  • Evaluation of New Work Style Office in Consideration of Indoor Environment Diversity: Part 5: Indoor Thermal Environment Evaluation in Summer and Intermediate Seasons

    和田一樹, 徳村朋子, 高橋幹雄, 畑中健, 田中宏治, 田辺新一

    空気調和・衛生工学会大会学術講演論文集(CD-ROM)   2021  2021

    J-GLOBAL

  • Effects of Active Design for Workplace on Occupants Behavior: Part 16: The Relationship between Work Style and Productivity during “Hybrid” working

    斎藤友希, 高橋秀介, 田辺新一, 高橋幹雄, 黒木友裕, 和田一樹, 徳村朋子, 高橋祐樹, 桑山絹子, 中川純, 篠田純

    空気調和・衛生工学会大会学術講演論文集(CD-ROM)   2021  2021

    J-GLOBAL

  • Effects of Active Design for Workplace on Occupants Behavior: Part 15: Transition of ABW Office Workers’ Subjective Evaluation of their Workplace When Splitting Working Time Between the Office and Home

    高橋秀介, 斎藤友希, 田辺新一, 高橋幹雄, 黒木友裕, 和田一樹, 徳村朋子, 高橋祐樹, 桑山絹子, 中川純, 篠田純

    空気調和・衛生工学会大会学術講演論文集(CD-ROM)   2021  2021

    J-GLOBAL

  • Effects of Active Design for Workplace on Occupants Behavior: Part 17: Seat Selection Tendency in ABW Office

    徳村朋子, 田辺新一, 高橋幹雄, 黒木友裕, 和田一樹, 高橋祐樹, 桑山絹子, 斎藤友希, 高橋秀介, 中川純, 篠田純

    空気調和・衛生工学会大会学術講演論文集(CD-ROM)   2021  2021

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  • Application of Active Design for the Next Generation Workplace: Part 18: Evaluation of ABW Workers’ Environmental Satisfaction and Productivity When Working from Home and at the Office

    徳村朋子, 田辺新一, 高橋幹雄, 黒木友裕, 和田一樹, 高橋祐樹, 桑山絹子, 斎藤友希, 高橋秀介, 中川純, 篠田純

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集・建築デザイン発表梗概集(CD-ROM)   2021  2021

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  • Planning and Evaluation of Renewed Research Facilities in Consideration of Human Diversity: Part7: Indoor Thermal Environmental Evaluation in Summer Season and Intermediate Season

    和田一樹, 徳村朋子, 田中宏治, 畑中健, 高橋幹雄, 田辺新一

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集・建築デザイン発表梗概集(CD-ROM)   2021  2021

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  • Application of Active Design for the Next Generation Workplace: Part 19: The Relationship between Working from Home and Communication Satisfaction / Productivity of ABW Office Workers

    斎藤友希, 高橋秀介, 田辺新一, 高橋幹雄, 黒木友裕, 和田一樹, 徳村朋子, 高橋祐樹, 桑山絹子, 中川純, 篠田純

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集・建築デザイン発表梗概集(CD-ROM)   2021  2021

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  • Application of Active Design for the Next Generation Workplace: Part 17: Time-course changes in telecommuting satisfaction and productivity of ABW Office Workers

    高橋秀介, 斎藤友希, 田辺新一, 高橋幹雄, 黒木友裕, 和田一樹, 徳村朋子, 高橋祐樹, 桑山絹子, 中川純, 篠田純

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集・建築デザイン発表梗概集(CD-ROM)   2021  2021

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  • Application of Active Design for the Next Generation Workplace: Part 16: Time-course changes in workplace satisfaction and productivity at ABW office

    高橋祐樹, 田辺新一, 高橋幹雄, 黒木友裕, 和田一樹, 徳村朋子, 桑山絹子, 斎藤友希, 高橋秀介, 中川純, 篠田純

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集・建築デザイン発表梗概集(CD-ROM)   2021  2021

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  • パーソナル空調の分類と導入背景に関する報告書

    佐々木真人, 中野淳太, 秋元孝之, 伊藤剛, 鵜飼真成, 小川健次, 金勲, 桑原亮一, 田中規敏, 田中康信, 田辺新一, 近本智行, 千葉友樹, 野部達夫, 林基哉, 柳宇, 横山計三, 和田一樹

    空気調和・衛生工学   95 ( 2 )  2021

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  • 40008 ひとりひとりの知的生産性を向上するパーソナルワークスペースに関する研究 その2:PWEを利用した被験者実験の結果と考察

    高木 みき, 永島 啓陽, 伊藤 滉彩, 依田 柊, 尾方 壮行, 對馬 聖菜, 鵜飼 真成, 長澤 夏子, 助田 ひなの, 吉村 靖孝, 田辺 新一

      ( 2020 ) 15 - 16  2020.09

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  • 40007 ひとりひとりの知的生産性を向上するパーソナルワークスペースに関する研究 その1:PWEの設計概要および被験者実験概要

    永島 啓陽, 高木 みき, 伊藤 滉彩, 依田 柊, 尾方 壮行, 對馬 聖菜, 鵜飼 真成, 長澤 夏子, 助田 ひなの, 吉村 靖孝, 田辺 新一

      ( 2020 ) 13 - 14  2020.09

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  • 41149 オフィスレイアウトがワーカーの働き方に与える影響 その3 オフィス建て替えに伴う移転前調査

    山本 裕治, 内藤 拡也, 松尾 隆士, 高田 裕章, 尾方 壮行, 對馬 聖菜, 田辺 新一

      ( 2020 ) 2417 - 2418  2020.09

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  • 40566 公立学校のZEB実現に向けた運用実態調査と課題 その1 研究目的と調査概要

    佐藤 誠, 小田桐 直子, 菊田 弘輝, 對馬 聖菜, 石川 春乃, 堤 純一郎, 高口 洋人, 中島 裕輔, 富樫 英介, 田辺 新一

    環境工学I   ( 2020 ) 1209 - 1210  2020.09

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  • Operational status survey about a small Zero-Energy Building: Part 1: Concept of a zero-energy building to address social needs

    杉浦聡, 山口太朗, 大平昭仁, 大久保吉典, 玉田義幸, 田辺新一, 野部達夫

    空気調和・衛生工学会大会学術講演論文集(CD-ROM)   2020  2020

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  • Effects of Active Design for Workplace on Occupants Behavior: Part 14: Trends in Workplace Environment, Workers’ Satisfaction and Productivity in Remote Office

    徳村朋子, 田辺新一, 高橋幹雄, 黒木友裕, 和田一樹, 高橋祐樹, 桑山絹子, 秋山幸穂, 高橋秀介, 篠田純, 中川純

    空気調和・衛生工学会大会学術講演論文集(CD-ROM)   2020  2020

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  • Effects of Active Design for Workplace on Occupants Behavior: Part 11: Seat Selection in an Activity Based Working Office

    秋山幸穂, 高橋秀介, 田辺新一, 高橋幹雄, 黒木友裕, 和田一樹, 徳村朋子, 高橋祐樹, 桑山絹子, 中川純, 篠田純

    空気調和・衛生工学会大会学術講演論文集(CD-ROM)   2020  2020

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  • Evaluation of New Work Style Office in Consideration of Indoor Environment Diversity (Part4) Winter Questionnaire Evaluation before and after Renovation

    樋口祥明, 田辺新一, 高橋幹雄, 黒木友裕, 和田一樹, 徳村朋子, 畑中健

    空気調和・衛生工学会大会学術講演論文集(CD-ROM)   2020  2020

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  • Effects of Active Design for Workplace on Occupants Behavior: Part 12: Individual and Group Level Analysis of Seat Selection

    高橋秀介, 秋山幸穂, 田辺新一, 高橋幹雄, 黒木友裕, 和田一樹, 徳村朋子, 高橋祐樹, 桑山絹子, 中川純, 篠田純, 長澤夏子

    空気調和・衛生工学会大会学術講演論文集(CD-ROM)   2020  2020

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  • Effects of Active Design for Workplace on Occupants Behavior: Part 13: Trends in subjective evaluation before and after the renovation and those differences related by workers’ age and personality

    高橋祐樹, 田辺新一, 高橋幹雄, 黒木友裕, 和田一樹, 徳村朋子, 桑山絹子, 秋山幸穂, 高橋秀介, 中川純, 篠田純

    空気調和・衛生工学会大会学術講演論文集(CD-ROM)   2020  2020

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  • Effects of Active Design for Workplace on Occupants Behavior: Part 10: Renovation to ABW Office and Seat Selection of Workers

    黒木友裕, 高橋幹雄, 徳村朋子, 桑山絹子, 高橋秀介, 田辺新一, 和田一樹, 高橋祐樹, 秋山幸穂

    空気調和・衛生工学会大会学術講演論文集(CD-ROM)   2020  2020

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  • Application of Active Design for the Next Generation Workplace: Part 11: Renovation to ABW office and workers’ personality

    黒木友裕, 田辺新一, 高橋幹雄, 和田一樹, 徳村朋子, 高橋祐樹, 桑山絹子, 秋山幸穂, 高橋秀介

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集・建築デザイン発表梗概集(CD-ROM)   2020  2020

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  • Planning and Evaluation of Renewed Research Facilities in Consideration of Human Diversity: Part5: Winter Questionnaire Evaluation before and after Renovation

    樋口祥明, 田辺新一, 高橋幹雄, 黒木友裕, 和田一樹, 徳村朋子, 畑中健

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集・建築デザイン発表梗概集(CD-ROM)   2020  2020

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  • Building Wellness Performance and Work Engagement of Workers

    村上卓也, 鵜飼真成, 鵜飼真成, 鈴木優弥, 鈴木優弥, 千本雄登, 田辺新一

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集・建築デザイン発表梗概集(CD-ROM)   2020  2020

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  • The emission rate of newly regulated chemical substances from building materials

    Hyuntae Kim, Shin Ichi Tanabe, Makoto Koganei

    IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering   609 ( 4 )  2019.10  [Refereed]

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    © Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd. The Japanese government mandated a mechanical ventilation system for the purposes of solving sick houses and setting the guidelines for indoor hazardous chemical substances. However, as the use of new chemical substances and alternative substances has increased, pollution in the rooms has been a major concern. Therefore, the present study measured the emission rate of new contamination chemicals from building materials through the micro-chamber. As a result, the emission of 2EHA from the adhesive was confirmed. In addition, TXIB, TEXANOL, DINP, DEHP, DBP and other chemical substances were emitted from the building materials such as carpet, PVC flooring, water paint, and insulation.

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  • 座談会 空気調和・衛生設備とSDGs (特集 空気調和・衛生工学とSDGs)

    阿部 靖則, 河口 真理子, 川久保 俊, 佐藤 文一, 田辺 新一, 高口 洋人

    空気調和・衛生工学   93 ( 10 ) 849 - 856  2019.10  [Refereed]

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  • Evaluation method for thermal environment in residential houses using score on warmth

    Yosuke Watanabe, Yumiko Araki, Mika Saito, Chaichang Chen, Misa Imazu, Shin Ichi Kagiya, Hiroko Fujimura, Keiko Tsuda, Shin Ichi Tanabe

    E3S Web of Conferences   111  2019.08  [Refereed]

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    © The Authors, published by EDP Sciences. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 The purpose of this study is to verify whether the score on warmth corresponds to the actual rating of subjects with regard to thermal comfort and satisfaction. Experiments were carried out in an experimental house in a climate chamber under five different thermal conditions, in which different combinations of air and floor temperatures were controlled by floor heating or air-conditioning systems.Twenty-four subjects rated their thermal sens2ation and satisfaction in each condition, and evaluated the thermal environment on a 100-point scale. The results of this experiment are as follows. It was suggested that score on warmth based on operative temperature and floor temperature more appropriately evaluates the living environment in Japan than the Predicted Mean Vote model, which assumes uniformity of the thermal environment. The score on warmth is considered a useful thermal environment index, which evaluates the comfort and satisfaction of residential houses in Japan. The score on warmth was 2.8 points when the percentage of comfort rating was more than 80%, and was 3.0 points when the percentage was more than 90%. In conclusion, these results show that it is possible to predict the risk of catching a cold in winter using the score on warmth.

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  • Relationship between attributes of individual workers and concentration at work

    Reo Sugino, Tanabe Shin-Ichi, Mikio Takahashi, Tomoko Tokumura, Kazuki Wada, Tomohiro Kuroki, Jun Nakagawa, Jun Shinoda, Takuma Shinoyama

    E3S Web of Conferences   111  2019.08  [Refereed]

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    © The Authors, published by EDP Sciences. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 Working environments are becoming far more diverse. For example, Activity-Based Working (ABW), a new style of working where workers choose their own work environment, is now attracting attention. An office that introduces ABW is comprised of various spaces, including open plan workspaces, corresponding to the ways of working. However, such an office may result in distraction. Therefore, it is necessary to identify the environmental factors that affect individual workers' concentration at work. This study aimed to ascertain the relationship between individual workers' attributes, such as the Big Five personality traits, personal control, and age, and the factors that distract them from their work. A questionnaire-based field survey was conducted at an office that partially adopted ABW to investigate the relationship between selection of seats and concentration at work. The results revealed different tendencies among workers for the type of work environment needed to concentrate according to their individual attributes. Additionally, it was suggested that the changing of seats lead to improved concentration at work, thus increasing productivity.

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  • A renovation proposal for zero-energy houses: Outline of building planning and evaluation of thermal environment

    Soma Sugano, Shingo Yamaguchi, Yugo Tsuneoka, Reina Oki, Jun Nakagawa, Naoya Watanabe, Tatsuhiro Kobayashi, Shin Ichi Tanabe, Takashi Akimoto

    E3S Web of Conferences   111  2019.08  [Refereed]

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    © The Authors, published by EDP Sciences. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 Considering the effects of electricity shortages caused by natural disasters in Japan, residential energy efficiency is essential. In addition, excessive housing stocks in Japan have highlighted the importance of expertise in renovation methods for zero-energy houses (ZEHs). Therefore, we designed and built a ZEH as a refurbishment of steel-structure industrialized housing to acquire knowledge on ZEH design and renovation. The renovation uses a highly insulated volume against a low insulation volume, which is assumed to be an existing house. The space between the low-insulation wall facing the outside and the high-insulation wall surrounding the main living space functions as a sunroom and called a loggia. By opening and closing the inside and outside windows according to the season and time of day, the loggia functions as a passive system to reduce the air-conditioning load. In this paper, the outline of the building plan of the experimental house and the evaluation of the thermal environment are presented.

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  • Evaluation of short-distance airborne infection risk using a cough generator

    Wei Ling, Maho Ichikawa, Kaho Hashimoto, Masayuki Ogata, Hitomi Tsutsumi, Shoichi Morimoto, Tanabe Shin-Ichi, Satoshi Hori

    E3S Web of Conferences   111  2019.08  [Refereed]

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    © The Authors, published by EDP Sciences. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 Short-distance airborne infections are often thought to occur by large droplets or direct contact. Recent studies have investigated the phenomenon of short-range airborne infection. In this study, the effect of relative humidity and short-distance exposure to cough droplet nuclei were evaluated. The evaluation model for infection risk was designed based on experimental data and previous studies and included sampling efficiency and virus survival rate. As observed in the comparison between short-range exposure and long-range exposure, the short-range exposure to the droplet nuclei by one cough was equivalent to a long-range exposure of several seconds to, depending on the number of ventilations, even for a momentary high-concentration exposure. This suggests the possibility of an infection risk corresponding to the receiving condition. Since short-range exposure and long-range exposure have different factors affecting the risk of infection, it is suggested that effective infection control should be selected for each condition. The risk of infection due to long-range exposure is considered to be sufficiently reduced to that of a single cough if the building meets the necessary number of ventilations. It was suggested that the influence of relative humidity on infection risks is smaller than other factors such as ventilation.

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  • Measurement and operational improvement in an office with thermo active building system

    Toshiki Namai, Jun Shinoda, Ryoya Furukawa, Tanabe Shin-Ichi, Kosuke Sato, Eri Kataoka, Kosuke Yoshida

    E3S Web of Conferences   111  2019.08  [Refereed]

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    © The Authors, published by EDP Sciences. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 Thermo Active Building System (TABS) is applied in office buildings in many European countries as a promising energy-efficient solution with a comfortable thermal environment. However, TABS is rarely applied in Japanese buildings because of the risk of dew condensation during the hot and humid summer season. In this study, the indoor environment and thermal sensation in an office building equipped with TABS was investigated; the building is located in an urban area in Tokyo, Japan. Soon after occupancy, field measurements and questionnaire surveys were conducted during the summer and winter seasons for two consecutive years. The operation of TABS was improved based on first-year measurement results. As a result, the ceiling surface setpoint temperature was relaxed, maintaining high satisfaction in summer. In winter, it was confirmed that the operation of TABS was not necessary, and, as a result, satisfaction improved.

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  • A field survey on indoor air pollution in school classrooms with different ventilation methods

    Ko Murakami, Kenta Sakai, Daisuke Nakamura, Haruno Ishikawa, Sayana Tsushima, Shin Ichi Tanabe

    E3S Web of Conferences   111  2019.08  [Refereed]

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    © The Authors, published by EDP Sciences. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 The purpose of this study was to investigate the actual indoor air quality within two elementary schools with different types of ventilation methods, and to obtain data pertaining to the emission of bioeffluents within the schools. Field surveys on indoor air quality were conducted at two public elementary schools in Tokyo, both equipped with air-conditioning systems. School-A was also equipped with a heat-exchange ventilation system, while School-B did not have a ventilation system. Results of the study revealed that the target ventilation volume for the heat-exchange ventilation system in School-A was not achieved, indoor air quality in School-B was better in relatively cool conditions than School-A because of the habit of opening windows attached, there was a positive correlation between nonanal and decanal and CO2 concentration in summer, and the concentration of bioeffluents nonanal and decanal may be higher at high temperatures even under the same level of ventilation.

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  • Measurement of face-touching frequency in a simulated train

    Kentaro Morita, Kaho Hashimoto, Masayuki Ogata, Hitomi Tsutsumi, Tanabe Shin-Ichi, Satoshi Hori

    E3S Web of Conferences   111  2019.08  [Refereed]

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    © The Authors, published by EDP Sciences. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 Contact behavior in a public space influences the risk of contact infection because public spaces have many environmental surfaces contaminated with pathogens. It is useful for risk reduction to examine the factor of infection risk among behaviors. In the present study, a video monitoring survey was conducted in a simulated cabin of a commuter train, we had built, to investigate the relationship between face-touching frequencies and individual attributes. As a result, the average face-touching frequency was 17.8 times per hour. Of all face touches, mucosal contact was 42.2%. Focusing on the sex, the face-touching frequency was significantly higher for the males than for the females. Focusing on the skin condition, the face-touching frequency of those who did not wear makeup was significantly higher than that of those who did. The significant sex differences may depend on the makeup. Focusing on pollution awareness, higher pollution awareness related to lower frequency. Thus, by improving pollution awareness of the environmental surfaces in public spaces, it is possible to reduce effectively face-touching frequency and, hence, infection risk.

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  • Coupling of a cardiovascular model with a thermoregulation model to predict human blood pressure under unsteady environmental conditions

    Yoshito Takahashi, Masayuki Oata, Asaka Jun-Ichi, Akihisa Nomoto, Tanabe Shin-Ichi

    E3S Web of Conferences   111  2019.08  [Refereed]

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    © The Authors, published by EDP Sciences. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 We coupled a cardiovascular model with a thermoregulation model to predict human blood pressure in unsteady environmental conditions. Our cardiovascular model is a lumped parameter model and consists of 42 segments, which include the entire artery and vein system, divided into 18 segments; the heart, divided into 4 segments; and the pulmonary artery and vein. The vessel parameters were adjusted on the basis of local body blood volume and flow of the thermoregulation model in a thermoneutral environment. Blood pressure under unsteady environmental conditions is predicted by changing the heart rate and vessel resistance of the cardiovascular model which is controlled by blood flow that the thermoregulation model predicts. It is possible to predict the increase in blood pressure under cold environmental conditions and the increase in cardiac output under hot environmental conditions and when bathing. The model was validated by simulating bathing experiments. As the result, the model predicted the peak blood pressure later than the experimental data in a cold environment. To improve the accuracy of the model, it is necessary to consider a method for controlling the heart rate, vessel resistance, and gravity effects after a change in posture.

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  • Prediction of physiological exertion in hot environments using the JOS-2 thermoregulation model

    Akihisa Nomoto, Yoshito Takahashi, Yoshiichi Ozeki, Masayuki Ogata, Tanabe Shin-Ichi

    E3S Web of Conferences   111  2019.08  [Refereed]

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    © The Authors, published by EDP Sciences. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 In recent years, the outdoor summer environment in Japan has become progressively warmer due to the severity of the heat island phenomenon. The danger of heat stroke and thermal comfort outdoors in summer are regarded as problems. In order to evaluate these problems, it is important to evaluate physiological exertion in the human body. The purpose of this research is to demonstrate the possibility of predicting physiological exertion in the human body with high accuracy in an outdoor environment during summer using the JOS-2 thermoregulation model developed by our research group. First, the Japanese metabolic rate in summer and autumn was measured for various activities, including sitting, standing, and walking. As a result, we found that the metabolic rate during sitting and standing was lower by about 10% in summer than in autumn. Next, using the obtained metabolic rate measurement as an input to the model, the experiment in an outdoor environment during summer was reproduced using JOS-2. The accuracy of the predicted mean skin temperature and local skin wettedness in an outdoor environment during summer was improved by choosing the appropriate input to the model.

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  • Review on the surface heat transfer coefficients of radiant systems

    Jun Shinoda, Ongun B. Kazanci, Shin Ichi Tanabe, Bjarne W. Olesen

    E3S Web of Conferences   111  2019.08  [Refereed]

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    © The Authors, published by EDP Sciences. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 Heat transfer coefficients are often used to describe the thermal behaviour of radiant systems and how it transfers heat between the cooled/heated surface and the room. In addition to current standards, numerous studies have been conducted to obtain the heat transfer coefficients through experiments and simulations. However, inconsistency is evident in the values or expressions suggested. Thus, this study investigated possible sources of discrepancy through an extensive literature review on articles and standards that focused on the heat transfer coefficients at the cooled/heated surface. Measurement data provided by different authors were extracted to compare both the amount of heat transfer and the actual heat transfer coefficients. Consequently, suggested values and expressions were used to predict the measurement data in other articles to examine their accuracy. Comparison of the results showed that the radiant heat transfer coefficients had a consistent value throughout the literature and had prediction error within ±20%. However, larger deviations and prediction errors were seen in the total and convective heat transfer. It was suggested that some of the sources of error may have been the calculation procedure of each heat transfer mechanism, choice of reference temperature and its measurement height/position, and room dimensions.

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  • Thermal comfort condition of passengers in naturally ventilated train stations

    Junta Nakano, Tanabe Shin-Ichi

    E3S Web of Conferences   111  2019.08  [Refereed]

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    © The Authors, published by EDP Sciences. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License 4.0 Train is the most frequently used means of transportation in Tokyo. Train stations are gaining attention as commercial complex today, and higher level of comfort is being demanded for the indoor environment. Open structure of the train station and semi-outdoor like environment suggest that the thermal comfort condition is relaxed compared to indoor comfort standards. The objective of this study is to investigate the thermal comfort condition within train stations and to clarify the appropriate target for environmental control. Field surveys were carried out in summer, autumn and winter during July 2004 to August 2006 in four train stations located in urban area of Tokyo. Concourses were not air-conditioned except one station where spot cooling was operated in summer near the ticket gate. Each survey was conducted from 7:00 to 20:00 for 3 to 11 days per season per station for a total of 81 days. The survey consisted of thermal environment measurement and thermal comfort questionnaire. More than 80% of passengers felt thermally comfortable within the range of 19 to 29 °C SET*. However, acceptability zone was found to be 19 to 32 °C SET*, and it is recommended to design naturally ventilated train stations to fulfil this target.

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  • 41267 暑熱屋外に涼感を提供するゼロエネルギー・クールツリーの開発と検証 その5 クールツリーの実機によるエネルギー検証

    水出 喜太郎, 菅野 颯馬, 宮坂 裕美子, 山本 純子, 古川 亮哉, 野元 彬久, 高橋 好斗, 田辺 新一

    環境工学II   ( 2019 ) 551 - 552  2019.07

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  • 41269 暑熱屋外に涼感を提供するゼロエネルギー・クールツリーの開発と検証 その7:夏季実測の心理量申告結果とアンケート結果

    菅野 颯馬, 宮坂 裕美子, 水出 喜太郎, 山本 純子, 古川 亮哉, 野元 彬久, 高橋 好斗, 田辺 新一

    環境工学II   ( 2019 ) 555 - 556  2019.07

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  • 41268 暑熱屋外に涼感を提供するゼロエネルギー・クールツリーの開発と検証 その6:夏季実測概要と快適性評価

    宮坂 裕美子, 菅野 颯馬, 水出 喜太郎, 山本 純子, 古川 亮哉, 野元 彬久, 高橋 好斗, 田辺 新一

    環境工学II   ( 2019 ) 553 - 554  2019.07

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  • 41304 デマンドレスポンス適用を目指した予冷運用に関する研究 その3 居住者行動の違いによる快適性評価

    金 ジョンミン, 常岡 優吾, 大木 玲奈, 菅野 颯馬, 田辺 新一, 林 泰弘, 森戸 直美, 秋元 瑞穂

    環境工学II   ( 2019 ) 625 - 626  2019.07

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  • 41302 デマンドレスポンス適用を目指した予冷運用に関する研究 その1 温熱環境及び電力需要の評価

    森戸 直美, 金 ジョンミン, 常岡 優吾, 大木 玲奈, 菅野 颯馬, 秋元 瑞穂, 田辺 新一, 林 泰弘

    環境工学II   ( 2019 ) 621 - 622  2019.07

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  • 41303 デマンドレスポンス適用を目指した予冷運用に関する研究 その2 居住者行動が快適性へ及ぼす影響についての被験者実験

    大木 玲奈, 金 ジョンミン, 常岡 優吾, 菅野 颯馬, 秋元 瑞穂, 田辺 新一, 林 泰弘, 森戸 直美

    環境工学II   ( 2019 ) 623 - 624  2019.07

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  • 41297 ヒートマップを用いた高断熱住宅における生活と温熱環境の分析

    三村 拓海, 菅野 颯馬, 山口 真吾, 志波 徹, 田辺 新一

    環境工学II   ( 2019 ) 611 - 612  2019.07

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  • 40026 シェアオフィスを利用する執務者の知的生産性に関する研究 その1:研究背景とシェアオフィスの体系化

    髙井 映見, 永島 啓陽, 中村 聡遂, 橋本 果歩, 森田 健太郎, 對馬 聖菜, 尾方 壮行, 田辺 新一, 井上 大嗣, 田中 宏昌, 木虎 久隆

    環境工学I   ( 2019 ) 75 - 76  2019.07

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  • 40027 シェアオフィスを利用する執務者の知的生産性に関する研究 その2:本実測概要と物理環境測定結果

    中村 聡遂, 髙井 映見, 永島 啓陽, 對馬 聖菜, 尾方 壮行, 田辺 新一, 井上 大嗣, 田中 宏昌, 木虎 久隆, 森田 健太郎, 橋本 果歩

    環境工学I   ( 2019 ) 77 - 78  2019.07

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  • 40028 シェアオフィスを利用する執務者の知的生産性に関する研究 その3:知的生産性に影響を与える要因の考察

    永島 啓陽, 髙井 映見, 中村 聡遂, 橋本 果歩, 森田 健太郎, 對馬 聖菜, 尾方 壮行, 田辺 新一, 井上 大嗣, 田中 宏昌, 木虎 久隆

    環境工学I   ( 2019 ) 79 - 80  2019.07

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  • 40509 オフィスレイアウトがワーカーの働き方に与える影響 その1 フィールド実験概要

    山本 裕治, 松尾 隆士, 高田 裕章, 的野 孝一, 栗原 隆, 尾方 壮行, 對馬 聖菜, 鵜飼 真成, 田辺 新一

    環境工学I   ( 2019 ) 1075 - 1076  2019.07

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  • 40510 オフィスレイアウトがワーカーの働き方に与える影響 その2 アンケート調査結果

    松尾 隆士, 山本 裕治, 高田 裕章, 的野 孝一, 栗原 隆, 尾方 壮行, 對馬 聖菜, 鵜飼 真成, 田辺 新一

    環境工学I   ( 2019 ) 1077 - 1078  2019.07

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  • 41281 東日本大震災前後の12年間における夏季オフィスの省エネルギー性に関する実態調査

    石渡 高裕, 對馬 聖菜, 竹内 悠香, 髙井 映見, 大木 玲奈, 生井 俊輝, 田辺 新一

    環境工学II   ( 2019 ) 579 - 580  2019.07

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  • 41437 異なる活動条件時の生体発散物質放散量および知覚空気質 その1:被験者実験における知覚空気質評価

    對馬 聖菜, 伊藤 滉彩, 村上 航, 田辺 新一

    環境工学II   ( 2019 ) 899 - 900  2019.07

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  • Effects of Active Design for Workplace on Occupants Behavior: Part 9: Investigation of Workers’ Position, Conversation and Walking in ABW Office

    徳村朋子, 田辺新一, 高橋幹雄, 黒木友裕, 和田一樹, 桑山絹子, 杉野伶夫, 秋山幸穂, 中川純

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  • Effects of Active Design for Workplace on Occupants Behavior: Part 8: Analysis of the physiological measures of an individual and sound environment during concentration and non-concentration

    秋山幸穂, 杉野伶夫, 田辺新一, 高橋幹雄, 黒木友裕, 和田一樹, 徳村朋子, 中川純, 篠田純

    空気調和・衛生工学会大会学術講演論文集(CD-ROM)   2019  2019

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  • Effects of Active Design for Workplace on Occupants Behavior: Part 7: Consideration of a Prediction Model for Concentration at work

    杉野伶夫, 秋山幸穂, 田辺新一, 高橋幹雄, 黒木友裕, 和田一樹, 徳村朋子, 中川純, 篠田純

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  • これからのワークスタイルに対応したActive Designに関する研究 その8 生理量と知的生産性の関係-生理量の傾向-

    秋山幸穂, 田辺新一, 高橋幹雄, 黒木友裕, 和田一樹, 徳村朋子, 篠山拓真, 中川純, 篠田純, 杉野伶夫

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  • これからのワークスタイルに対応したActive Designに関する研究 その9 生理量と知的生産性の関係-集中予測モデルの検討-

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  • これからのワークスタイルに対応したActive Designに関する研究 その7 生理量と知的生産性の関係-研究概要,生理量分布およびアンケート結果-

    杉野伶夫, 秋山幸穂, 田辺新一, 高橋幹雄, 黒木友裕, 和田一樹, 徳村朋子, 篠山拓真, 中川純, 篠田純

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  • これからのワークスタイルに対応したActive Designに関する研究 その10 VR空間での執務席選択実験

    徳村朋子, 田辺新一, 高橋幹雄, 黒木友裕, 和田一樹, 篠山拓真, 杉野伶夫, 秋山幸穂, 中川純, 篠田純

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集・建築デザイン発表梗概集(CD-ROM)   2019  2019

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  • ATP測定法による病室内の環境表面汚染度調査

    尾方 壮行, 堀 賢, 田辺 新一

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  • 40474 ウェルネスに配慮したオフィスが執務者の健康性と快適性に与える影響 その1:執務環境におけるウェルネスの重要性および研究概要

    對馬 聖菜, 尾方 壮行, 藤澤 順太, 髙井 映見, 中村 聡遂, 常岡 優吾, 田辺 新一, 飯田 隆義, 野村 涼子, 宇野 義隆, 浮穴 朋興

    環境工学I   ( 2018 ) 979 - 980  2018.07

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  • 40475 ウェルネスに配慮したオフィスが執務者の健康性と快適性に与える影響 その2: 物理環境実測結果と室内環境満足度

    髙井 映見, 中村 聡遂, 對馬 聖菜, 藤澤 順太, 尾方 壮行, 田辺 新一, 常岡 優吾, 飯田 隆義, 野村 涼子, 宇野 義隆, 浮穴 朋興

    環境工学I   ( 2018 ) 981 - 982  2018.07

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  • 40476 ウェルネスに配慮したオフィスが執務者の健康性と快適性に与える影響 その3: 行動を踏まえた調査結果と室内環境が健康性と快適性に与える影響の考察

    中村 聡遂, 對馬 聖菜, 髙井 映見, 藤澤 順太, 尾方 壮行, 田辺 新一, 常岡 優吾, 飯田 隆義, 野村 涼子, 宇野 義隆, 浮穴 朋興

    環境工学I   ( 2018 ) 983 - 984  2018.07

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  • 41189 地方部の公立小学校の実態に関する調査研究 その2 空調設備を持たない小学校普通教室における冬季の温熱環境実態調査

    石川 春乃, 對馬 聖菜, 酒井 健太, 村上 航, 田辺 新一

    環境工学II   ( 2018 ) 403 - 404  2018.07

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  • 41458 都市部の公立小学校の実態に関する調査研究 その7 換気方式の異なる学校教室における温熱環境・空気環境の実態調査

    酒井 健太, 村上 航, 中村 大介, 石川 春乃, 對馬 聖菜, 田辺 新一

    環境工学II   ( 2018 ) 955 - 956  2018.07

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  • 41459 都市部の公立小学校の実態に関する調査研究 その8 生体発散物質による教室内空気汚染に関する実態調査

    村上 航, 酒井 健太, 中村 大介, 石川 春乃, 對馬 聖菜, 田辺 新一

    環境工学II   ( 2018 ) 957 - 958  2018.07

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  • 41560 再生可能エネルギーを活用したアースビル立川の省エネルギー性能に関する研究 その9 ヒートマップによるタスクファン導入の効果検証

    藤澤 順太, 奥田 篤, 笹本 太郎, 對馬 聖菜, 髙井 映見, 田辺 新一

    環境工学II   ( 2018 ) 1197 - 1198  2018.07

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  • これからのワークスタイルに対応したActive Designに関する研究 その5 属性がワークスタイルに与える影響-属性と知的生産性の関係-

    杉野伶夫, 田辺新一, 高橋幹雄, 徳村朋子, 和田一樹, 黒木友裕, 中川純, 篠田純, 篠山拓真

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    篠山拓真, 田辺新一, 高橋幹雄, 黒木友裕, 和田一樹, 徳村朋子, 中川純, 杉野伶夫, 篠田純

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集・建築デザイン発表梗概集(CD-ROM)   2018  2018

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  • これからのワークスタイルに対応したActive Designに関する研究 その6 属性がワークスタイルに与える影響-属性と行動の関係-

    徳村朋子, 田辺新一, 高橋幹雄, 和田一樹, 黒木友裕, 中川純, 篠田純, 篠山拓真, 杉野伶夫

    日本建築学会大会学術講演梗概集・建築デザイン発表梗概集(CD-ROM)   2018  2018

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  • Effects of Active Design for Workplace on Occupants Behavior: Part 5: The relationship between attributes of individual workers and intellectual productivity

    杉野伶夫, 田辺新一, 高橋幹雄, 徳村朋子, 和田一樹, 黒木友裕, 中川純, 篠田純, 篠山拓真

    空気調和・衛生工学会大会学術講演論文集(CD-ROM)   2018  2018