Updated on 2022/05/25

写真a

 
YABE, Kuniaki
 
Affiliation
Research Council (Research Organization), Advanced Collaborative Research Organization for SmartSociety
Job title
Researcher(Associate Professor)
Profile
2016年8月~ 早稲田大学スマート社会技術融合機構研究院准教授
2014年4月~ 東京農工大学客員教授(兼務)
2013年8月~2016年7月 電力中央研究所 社会経済研究所 特別契約研究員
2009年7月~2013年7月 東京電力沼津支店副支店長
2004年~2009年 東京電力システム研究所エネルギー経済グループマネージャー
1987年~1988年 米国MIT客員研究員
1983年~2004年 東京電力技術開発本部開発計画部開発計画GM,システム研究所AI研究室主任研究員,電気事業連合会技術開発部副部長など
1980年 東京電力入社

Concurrent Post

  • Faculty of Science and Engineering   School of Advanced Science and Engineering

Education

  • 2009.04
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    2012.03

    Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology  

  • 1975.04
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    1980.03

    The university of Tokyo   Faculty of engineering   Department of electrical engineering  

Degree

  • 2012.03   東京農工大学   博士(工学)

Research Experience

  • 2016.08
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    Now

    Waseda University   RIANT, ACROSS   Associate Proffesor

  • 2013.08
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    2016.07

    Central Research Institute for Electric Power Industry

Professional Memberships

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    JAPAN SOCIETY OF ENERGY AND RESOURCES

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    JAPAN SOCIETY FOR SIMULATION TECHNOLOGY

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    THE INSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS OF JAPAN

 

Research Areas

  • Power engineering   Economical evaluation

Research Interests

  • Smart grid

  • Power system

  • Power generation planning

  • Renewable energy

  • Storage battery

Papers

  • Optimal Operation Model for the Power System, Including Hydrogen Demand and Imported Hydrogen

    Harada Kosuke, Yabe Kuniaki, Takami Hirofumi, Goto Akira, Sato Yasushi, Hayashi Yasuhiro

    Journal of Japan Society of Energy and Resources   42 ( 5 ) 315 - 324  2021  [Refereed]

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    This paper proposes a novel planning model for electricity-hydrogen energy system in consideration of imported hydrogen, hydrogen demand and renewable energy that is largely penetrated. The model is designed to reveal the optimal ratio of domestic and imported hydrogen production and uses non-linear variables such as start-up costs and partial load efficiency of thermal power generation plants with linear programming in an approximation manner. By using this model, the optimal power supply mix and hourly operation of the energy system in Kyushu, Japan in 2030 are explored. As the introduction of domestic renewable energy increases, domestically produced hydrogen will become more competitive than imported hydrogen, though the use of imported hydrogen is important for thorough decarbonization. The results show that the optimal solution is to use domestic or imported hydrogen up to the amount of surplus renewable energy and the hydrogen price.

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  • An Impact Evaluation of Introducing a CO2 Reduction Surcharge and Storage Battery System on the Availability of Coal-fired Power Generation and CO2 Emissions

    Yabe Kuniaki, Hayashi Yasuhiro

    Journal of Japan Society of Energy and Resources   42 ( 3 ) 166 - 174  2021  [Refereed]

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    As the Japan's feed-in tariff scheme, a renewable energy surcharge is charged in proportion to the grid power consumption. Authors proposed to replace this with a "CO2 reduction surcharge" which is charged in proportion to CO2 emissions. This paper evaluates nationwide effects of introducing this surcharge and storage battery when renewable energy is largely introduced. By optimizing hourly thermal power generation output of each type, PV/wind energy curtailment, charge/discharge amount and tie line power flow, the annual thermal power cost in Japan is minimized with linear programming methods. Then the CO2 emissions and costs are evaluated. Results show the introduction of storage battery decreases PV/wind energy curtailment, but CO2 emissions are not decreased because the energy share of coal-fired power generation is increased. When the surcharge unit price is increased, the availability and capacity of lower efficiency coal-fired power generation are decreased. Results also show that CO2 emission intensity can be decreased to 0.2kg-CO2/kWh when most of coal-fired plants are abolished, but then more capacity of LNG combined cycle power generation and more fuel costs are required.

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  • CO₂削減賦課金の導入が全国大のCO₂排出量とコストに及ぼす影響の評価

    矢部 邦明, 林 泰弘

    エネルギー・資源学会研究発表会講演論文集   39   178 - 183  2020.07

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  • Environmental efficiency evaluation in high solar wind penetration region with fractional optimization-based operational planning

    Akira Yoshida, Kuniaki Yabe, Hideo Ishii, Yoshiharu Amano, Yasuhiro Hayashi

    ECOS 2020 - Proceedings of the 33rd International Conference on Efficiency, Cost, Optimization, Simulation and Environmental Impact of Energy Systems     1686 - 1698  2020

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    © ECOS 2020.All right reserved. The article develops and demonstrates the fractional optimization to evaluate the environmental efficiency of the regional-scale energy system with heat pumping and thermal storage. The fractional optimization gets converted into the equivalent quadratic one via the proposed iterative algorithm. The proposed method makes converting a fractional equation into a different one with an auxiliary variable, and it makes us free from heuristic parameter tuning that makes balancing the weight of objective coefficient when the objective function is composed of some terms. We consider the operational planning problem of the mixed energy grid, including electricity and heat. It manages power generations and a heat pump with thermal storage as an application. The numerical studies take into account the open data measured by the most western region of Japan, where the region gets applied the installation/connection of variable renewable energy sources of 25.7 GW at the moment even not every capacity starts operation. As a result, the CO2conversion factor reaches 0.21 kg-CO2/kWh in the best case. It is confirmed that a heat pump with thermal storage can absorb the electrical output from variable renewable energy sources up to 2.72 TWh/y.

  • Environmental and Economic Evaluation of the Introduction of CO2 Reduction Surcharge and Storage Battery Considering the Energy Chain

    Yabe Kuniaki, Hayashi Yasuhiro

    Journal of Japan Society of Energy and Resources   41 ( 1 ) 29 - 37  2020  [Refereed]

    Authorship:Lead author

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    This paper proposes a CO2 reduction surcharge which is charged proportional to customers' CO2 emission, instead of FIT surcharge proportional to the grid power consumption. When this new surcharge is slightly over 10,000yen/ton-CO2, the operating unit cost of coal fired plants is over that of LNGCC plants, and the capacity factor decreases as well as CO2 emission. Authors simulated a power system in 2030 where a large amount of PV is implemented and the 18% of PV generated energy must be curtailed. The annual cost is minimized by optimizing LNGCC and battery energy storage systems (BESSs) capacity, hourly output of coal fired and LNGCC plants, hourly charge and discharge power of BESSs, and PV curtailment. Results show this surcharge is effective to change fuel and decrease CO2 emission, and BESSs moderate this fuel change but decrease PV curtailment and CO2 emission. The energy chain including whole power system, demand and fuel is analyzed to see the power flow and CO2 emission. It is also discussed to apply this surcharge to every fossil fuel usage in order to realize the almost CO2 free society with a reasonable cost increase.

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  • Economic and Environmental Evaluation of the Vehicle Electrification Considering the Energy Chain in the Area with a High Penetration of PV

    Yabe Kuniaki, Hayashi Yasuhiro

    Journal of Japan Society of Energy and Resources   41 ( 5 ) 155 - 165  2020  [Refereed]

    Authorship:Lead author

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    The vehicle electrification, the replacement of engine vehicles by hybrid (HV), electric (EV) and fuel cell vehicles (FCV) is expected to reduce CO2 emissions in transport sector. However, the reduction amount by EV and FCV is largely affected by CO2 emission intensity of power system and the way to make hydrogen. Authors simulate a power system in 2030 where a large amount of PV is implemented, and PV generated energy must be curtailed on many days. The annual cost is minimized by optimizing the hourly output of coal fired and LNGCC plants, when the 16% of passenger vehicle mileage is replaced by EV charged at midnight and/or daytime. In FCV case, the capacity of water electrolysis and hydrogen tank, and the hourly electrolysis output as well as thermal power plant output are optimized. Results show CO2 emissions decrease particularly when EVs are charged at daytime and the charging power is controlled to contribute frequency stability. The electrolysis demand decreases the PV energy curtailment but increases the CO2 emission because of the lower energy converting efficiency and higher facility cost. The energy chain including whole power system, demand and fuel is analyzed to see the power flow and CO2 emission.

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  • CO₂削減賦課金と蓄電池導入効果のエネルギーチェーンによる経済性・環境性評価

    矢部 邦明, 林 泰弘

    エネルギー・資源学会研究発表会講演論文集   38   115 - 122  2019.08

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  • Economic Evaluation of Increased Self-use of PV Output Driven by Storage Battery System

    Yabe Kuniaki, Hayashi Yasuhiro

    IEEJ Transactions on Power and Energy   139 ( 5 ) 363 - 371  2019  [Refereed]

    Authorship:Lead author

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    <p>This paper presents economic evaluation of storage battery systems which increase the self-use of PV output at houses and buildings. The selling price of PV generated energy is decreasing. Battery energy storage systems (BESS) can increase the self-use of PV output, and decrease the volume of buying electric power. So, the introduction of BESS to houses and buildings equipped with PV systems will be economical when the price of BESS is decreased enough. Authors investigated the optimum BESS capacity and hourly charge-discharge pattern for a year, then evaluated annual cost. Daily load pattern of each house and building, and time-of-use electric rates affect the conditions to make BESS cost-effective. Such conditions are shown in this paper.</p>

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  • Environmental and Economic Evaluation of Storage Battery Used with Renewable Energy Considering the Energy Chain

    Yabe Kuniaki, Hayashi Yasuhiro

    Journal of Japan Society of Energy and Resources   40 ( 3 ) 69 - 77  2019  [Refereed]

    Authorship:Lead author

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    This paper presents the change of CO2 emission when battery energy storage systems (BESS) are used for increasing self-use of PV energy from rooftop panels, and for decreasing PV output curtailment. A traditional evaluation uses an annual CO2 emission intensity and the charge-discharge loss is evaluated, and then the emission is increased. However, when PV system is largely penetrated and the PV energy curtailment is required by power system constraints, BESS can decrease the curtailment as well as the evening demand when the rate of thermal power is large, and increase the daytime demand when the rate of PV energy is high. So, BESS can decrease CO2 emission considering hourly CO2 emission intensity. Authors quantify these effects by use of an optimization model to minimize annual power generation costs, and a model to minimize annual costs of houses with PV and BESS, and then shows energy chain diagram including energy flow between generation plants and customers. The CO2 emissions from business use customers with PV and BESS, and power charging demand for EV are also evaluated using hourly CO2 emission intensity. Authors show BESS can decrease CO2 emission.

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  • An evaluation of economical capacity of storage battery equipped with residential PV system and reverse power flow pattern

    Kuniaki Yabe, Yasuhiro Hayashi

    IEEJ Transactions on Power and Energy   138 ( 2 ) 175 - 182  2018  [Refereed]

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    This paper presents an evaluation of economical capacity of storage batteries equipped with residential PV systems. In around 2019, many of power companies' ten-year contracts with PV system owners will come to expire, pushing down the selling price of PV generated energy. This, if combined with a declining battery price, would make it more economical to self-consume PV generated energy than selling the electricity to the utilities. The authors explore the optimized storage battery capacity and charge-discharge pattern by using load and PV output data of 200 houses, and by linear programming. Results show 5.8 kWh battery is suitable for an average house with 4.5 kW PV system when the battery system price is about Y60,000/kWh. The authors analyze the daily storage start timing's impact on reverse power which affects power system operation, the optimum combination of PV and battery capacity, and each house's deciding factors for optimum storage capacity and so on.

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  • An Evaluation of Highly-flexible Thermal Power Plants Introduced together with Storage Battery Systems when Large Variable Renewable Energy is Installed

    Kuniaki Yabe, Hiromi Yamamoto

    The Thermal and Nuclear Power   68 ( 735 ) 51 - 60  2017.12  [Refereed]

  • Impact analysis of introducing storage battery to districts variable renewable energy is largely installed

    Kuniaki Yabe, Hiromi Yamamoto

    IEEJ Transactions on Power and Energy   137 ( 1 ) 16 - 26  2017  [Refereed]

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    This study aims to quantitatively clarify the effects of storage battery introduced to districts where large variable renewable energy (VRE) is implemented. Such districts will have difficulties in balancing between power demand and supply, and to keep the load frequency control (LFC) ability, and will be forced to curtail much VRE without storage battery. Authors developed a simulation model to optimize generation mix and hourly operation of thermal power, pumped hydro generation, and storage battery considering partial load efficiency, LFC supply and demand, and power transmission between districts. With this model, the authors obtained the following results on Japan's power system in 2030. (1) Some capacity of battery can decrease VRE curtailment rates as well as total power generation costs. However unit generation costs increase by the drop in thermal power capacity factors. (2) The curtailment rates can decrease to zero by having extremely large capacity of battery though this is a very expensive way. (3) The required battery capacity decreases when VRE ratios to power system size are averaged among districts.

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  • Impact analysis of locally concentrated VRE on power generation mix and VRE curtailment

    Kuniaki Yabe, Hiromi Yamamoto

    IEEJ Transactions on Power and Energy   137 ( 7 ) 499 - 510  2017  [Refereed]

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    This study aims to quantitatively clarify the impact of large variable renewable energy (VRE) which is concentrated in some districts. Such districts will have difficulties to balance between power demand and supply, and keep the load frequency control (LFC) ability, and will be forced to curtail much VRE. Authors developed a simulation model to optimize generation mix and hourly operation of thermal and pumped hydro generation considering partial load efficiency, LFC supply and demand, and power transmission between districts. With this model, the authors obtained the following results on Japan's power system in 2030. (1) When VRE ratios to power system size are averaged, the VRE curtailment rates will much decrease. This way is difficult for wind power and other measures are required. (2) The curtailment rates can decrease a little by having some extra capacity of LNGCC though this is a very expensive way. (3) The capacity factors of LNGCC will be very low in some districts, and some incentives to hold LNGCC are required to use VRE stably.

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  • 8-2-4 Analysis of Power Generation System Costs Affected by the Ratios of Renewables

    YAMAMOTO Hiromi, YABE Kuniaki, Nagai Yu

    Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy   24   264 - 265  2015

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    We evaluated power generation system costs in Japan in 2030 in cases of different ratios of renewables and nuclear. We conducted simulations using a power generation mix model and obtained the following results. When the ratio of the renewables increase, the average unit cost of the overall power generation systems will increase because of not only the high unit costs of renewables but also the additional adujutment costs so as to adjust the supply and demand of the power including the outputs of variable renewables. The costs of the power generation systems that include overall renewables at 21%, 30%, and 40% of the total generation will be 1.2, 1.4 to 1.6, and 1.7 to 2.3 times, respectively, compared with the reference (1.0) of the unit cost of the power systems that includes overall renewables at 13% but include no varibable renewables.

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  • An Evaluation of Effects of Large-Scale Introduction of Renewable Power on Capacities and Operation Modes of Power Generation Systems in Japan

    YAMAMOTO Hiromi, YABE Kuniaki, BANDO Shigeru, NAGAI Yu

    CRIEPI Report Y14002    2014.12  [Refereed]

  • 8-4-4 An Evaluation of the Increased Cost to Supply LFC in a Case of Large-Scale Introduction of PV and Wind Power in Japan

    YABE Kuniaki, YAMAMOTO Hiromi, BANDO Shigeru, NAGAI Yu

    Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy   23   308 - 309  2014

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    Since photovoltaic and wind generate fluctuated power, the large scale introduction requires additional load frequency control (LFC) capacity. LFC is supplied by pumped hydro and thermal power plants in partial load operation, and requires more fuel and cost. The authors developed Multi-mode Optimum Power Generation Mix Model which can deal with the LFC constraint and efficiency drop when thermal power and pumped hydro plants operate at partial load. The simulation results show that large scale introduction of renewable energy increase the cost of other power plants because of the load factor decrease of thermal power and the increased operation of pumped hydro power.

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  • 8-4-3 Development of a Multi-Mode Optimal Power Generation Mix Model to Evaluate Large-Scale Penetration of Renewable Power in Japan

    YAMAMOTO Hiromi, YABE Kuniaki, BANDO Shigeru, NAGAI Yu

    Proceedings of the Annual Conference of The Japan Institute of Energy   23   306 - 307  2014

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    Since photovoltaic and wind generate fluctuated power, the introduction may require additional load frequency control (LFC) capacity and make fossil-fired power plants operate partial load at lower efficiency. The purpose of this study is to develop an optimal power generation mix taking into account LFC capacity and multiple operation modes of thermal and pumped hydro power plants. For that purpose, the authors developed a Multi-Mode Optimal Power Generation Mix Model (MM-OPG) and evaluated large-scale penetration of renewables in Japan.

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  • Market penetration speed and effects on CO2 reduction of electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles in Japan

    Kuniaki Yabe, Yukio Shinoda, Tomomichi Seki, Hideo Tanaka, Atsushi Akisawa

    Energy Policy   June 2012 ( 45 ) 529 - 540  2012.06  [Refereed]

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  • Market Penetration Forecast of PHEVs and EVs and Subsidy Assessment

    Kuniaki Yabe, Yukio Shinoda, Tomomichi Seki, Hideo Tanaka, Atsushi Akisawa

    ENERGY and RESOURCES   33 ( 3 ) 23 - 32  2012.05  [Refereed]

  • Spread Forecast of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles and Electric Vehicles from an Economical Viewpoint and Effect on CO2 Reduction

    YABE Kuniaki

    Energy Policy, Elsevier   45   529 - 540  2012.02  [Refereed]

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  • The Distribution of Daily Drive Length and CO2 Reduction Effect by PHEVs

    Kuniaki Yabe, Takuya Togami, Yukio Shinoda, Tomomichi Seki, Hideo Tanaka, Atsushi Akisawa

    ENERGY and RESOURCES   32 ( 4 ) 18 - 24  2011.07  [Refereed]

  • Effects on CO2 Reduction Potential of the Accellerated Introduction of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle in the Market

    Y. Shinoda, H. Tanaka, A. Akisawa, K. Yabe, T. Kashiwagi

    電気学会論文誌   129 ( 9 ) 1107 - 1114  2009.06  [Refereed]

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  • Load Forecasting on Demand Side by Multi-Regression Model for Operation of Battery Energy Storage System

    Yusuke Hida, Ryuichi Yokoyama, Kenji Iba, Kouji Tanaka, Kuniaki Yabe

    UPEC: 2009 44TH INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITIES POWER ENGINEERING CONFERENCE     638 - +  2009  [Refereed]

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    The load forecasting of the electric power has been studied extensively in the world. In many cases, the load forecast of the electric power systems is studied in the electric power company rather than demand side. The load forecast in the demand side is affected by some specific factors that are not measured and expected in advance. Although the factors/parameters are limited, it was difficult to build standard models that are applicable to various demand sides. In the era of deregulation, however, the management of customers' load became more important. Moreover, the demand forecast with high accuracy is necessary for the proper operation of BESS (battery energy storage system) such as NAS battery.
    In this paper a load forecasting technique using multiregression model is proposed. Based on five years' records of the load in a university campus, the load for tomorrow can be forecasted. Numerical tests demonstrate the robustness and accuracy of the proposed technique.

  • An investment level decision method to secure long-term reliability

    Satoshi Bamba, Kuniaki Yabe, Tomomichi Seki, Tetsuji Shibaya

    IEEJ Transactions on Power and Energy   128 ( 1 ) 40 - 335  2008  [Refereed]

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    The slowdown in power demand increase and facility replacement causes the aging and lower reliability in power facility. And the aging is followed by the rapid increase of repair and replacement when many facilities reach their lifetime in future. This paper describes a method to estimate the repair and replacement costs in future by applying the life-cycle cost model and renewal theory to the historical data. This paper also describes a method to decide the optimum investment plan, which replaces facilities in the order of cost-effectiveness by setting replacement priority formula, and the minimum investment level to keep the reliability. Estimation examples applied to substation facilities show that the reasonable and leveled future cash-out can keep the reliability by lowering the percentage of replacements caused by fatal failures. © 2008 The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan.

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  • Power differential method for discrimination between fault and magnetizing inrush current in transformers

    Kuniaki Yabe

    IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery   12 ( 3 ) 1109 - 1115  1997  [Refereed]

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    To avoid the needless trip by magnetizing inrush current, the second harmonic component is commonly used for blocking differential relay in power transformers. However, the second harmonic component in fault current is increased by the introduction of underground 500kV lines. This paper describes a new method to discriminate internal fault from inrush current by the sum of active power flowing into transformers from each terminal. The average power is almost zero for energizing, but an internal fault consumes large power. To check the performance of this method, actual inrush current and voltage waveforms of 500/154kV transformer are accurately measured by digital equipment. The usefulness is confirmed by applying the method to the measured inrush and simulated fault data. © 1996 IEEE.

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  • Power differential method for discrimination between fault and magnetizing inrush current in transformers

    Kuniaki Yabe

    IEEJ Trans. Power and Energy   116 ( 3 ) 293 - 298  1996.03  [Refereed]

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  • Conceptual designs of AI-based systems for local prediction of voltage collapse

    K. Yabe, J. Koda, K. Yoshida, K. H. Chiang, P. S. Khedkar, D. J. Leonard, N. W. Miller

    IEEE Transactions on Power Systems   11 ( 1 ) 137 - 145  1996  [Refereed]

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    Vulnerability of modern power systems to locally initiated voltage collapse gives rise to a need for methods to measure local voltage security and to predict voltage instability. The paper presents a novel architecture based on a suite of AI technologies and three-dimensional PQV surfaces which provides prediction of local voltage collapse and indices of system voltage security. Robustness and adaptation are demonstrated on difficult and realistic power system simulation models. © 1995 IEEE.

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  • The new concept of an artificial Intelligence based “smart relay”

    YABE Kuniaki

    International conference on intelligent system application to power systems (ISAP’94) Proceedings    1994  [Refereed]

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Books and Other Publications

  • 電力中央研究所報告Y14002再生可能エネルギーの大量導入が電源の設備量と運転モードに及ぼす影響評価 -揚水式水力の精緻化と全国大での試算―

    山本 博巳, 矢部 邦明, 坂東 茂, 永井 雄宇( Part: Joint author)

    電力中央研究所  2014.12

Misc

  • Study on the estimate of waste power generation

    SERIZAWA Masahiro, AKISAWA Atsushi, KASHIWAGI Takao, TANAKA Hideo, YABE Kuniaki

      22   581 - 584  2006.01

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Industrial Property Rights

  • 温室効果ガス排出量算出装置,温室効果ガス排出量算出方法,及び充電システム

    矢部 邦明, 赤石沢総光, 車多宏方

    Patent

  • 電力供給システムおよび分散型発電装置の制御装置

    車多宏方, 矢部邦明, 赤石沢総光

    Patent

  • 電力貯蔵機器の制御方法、電力貯蔵機器制御装置及び電力貯蔵システム

    矢部邦明, 香田 潤, 田中晃司ほか

    Patent

  • 電源計画についての情報処理方法及びコンピュータ・システム

    矢部 邦明, 灰田武史

    Patent

  • 広域後備保護装置

    香田 潤, 矢部邦明ほか

    Patent

  • デジタル形保護継電器

    矢部 邦明, 香田 潤, 前田隆文ほか

    Patent

  • 変圧器保護方法

    矢部 邦明, 香田 潤

    Patent

  • 変圧器保護リレー装置

    矢部 邦明

    Patent

  • ディジタル形保護継電器」(特開平11-004533)

    矢部邦明, 香田 潤, 山川 寛ほか

    Patent

  • 温室効果ガス排出権取引装置、温室効果ガス排出権取引方法、及び温室効果ガス排出権取引システム

    赤石沢総光, 矢部邦明, 車多宏方

    Patent

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Research Projects

  • 再生可能エネルギー連系拡大対策高度化

    NEDO  電力系統出力変動対応技術研究開発事業

    Project Year :

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    蘆立修一

 

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Committee Memberships

  • 2006.07
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    2012.07

    日本シミュレーション学会  理事

  • 2005.05
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    2012.05

    日本応用数理学会  理事

  • 2008.07
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    2010.07

    日本シミュレーション学会  副会長

  • 2007.05
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    2009.05

    日本応用数理学会  副会長

  • 2006.05
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    2008.05

    電気学会  電力・エネルギー部門 総務・企画担当

  • 2004.04
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    2008.03

    産業技術総合研究所  外部評価委員

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