Yasuo TAKAGI

Professor
Daido University
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering

Academic background

  • Kyoto University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Nuclear Engineering, Graduated at March, 1978.
  • Kyoto University, Graduate School of Engineering, Department of Nuclear Engineering, Master’s course Completed at March, 1980.
  • Washington University in St. Louis, Department of Systems Science and Mathematics, Master’s course Completed at March, 1987.

Academic degree

Doctor of Engineering (March, 2005)

Career

  • April, 1980 – September, 2011
    Toshiba Corporation
  • October, 2011 – December, 2012
    Toshiba Technical Services International Corporation
  • January, 2013 –
    Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Daido University

Committee history

  • January, 2001 – December, 2002
    IEEE Control Systems Magazine AE
  • September, 2003 –
    IEEJ Referee Committee member of Power and Energy Society
  • February, 2004 – January, 2005
    Director of SICE
  • February, 2007 – January, 2008
    Head of Control Division of SICE
  • April, 2008 – March, 2015
    AE of JCMSI Industrial Division
  • April, 2015 –
    Editor of JCMSI Industrial Division

Academic society memberships

  • Society of Instrument and Control Engineers (SICE)
  • The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan (IEEJ)
  • Institute of Systems, Control and Information Engineers (ISCIE)
  • The Society of Heating, Air-Conditioning and Sanitary Engineers of Japan (SHASE)

Research summary

Demand-side energy management system such as Home Energy Management System and Building Energy Management System, and Large-scale Electricity Storages are main research theme of the lab. The both technologies are important technology for Smart Community that fully utilizes various renewable energy. Energy consumption visualization is especially focused for the demand-side EMS for energy-saving and the load control based not only on economic gains and loss but also the belief on good will. The physical dynamic models for pump-hydro generation and compressed air energy storage are also developed to study their control abilities and strategies.

Research keywords

  • Demand-side Energy Management System
  • Physical Dynamic Modelling
  • Energy Consumption Visualization
  • Large-scale Electricity Storage

Research activities

(A) Papers

  1. Yasuo Takagi : A Heat Penetration Loss Evaluation Method of Existing Building for BEMS Energy Flow Visualization Function, Trans. of ISCIE, Vol. 30, No. 6, pp. 244-252 (2017).
  2. Yasuo Takagi : The Variable Speed Hydro-turbine Generation Plant Dynamic Model for Controller Design, Trans. of ISCIE, Vol. 29, No. 11, pp. 506-517 (2016).
  3. Yasuo Takagi : The Characteristic Analysis of a University Building : Dynamic Modelling by Grey Box Approach, SICE JCMSI, Vol. 8, No.5, pp.328-333 (2015).
  4. Y. Takagi, T. Kameda, K. Matsunaga, M. Yoshino, S. Suyama, S. Kasai and M. Yamada : The Efficient Electricity Storage Device with Hydrogen using DC Link and its Design Method, IEEJ Trans. on Power and Energy, Vol. 132, No. 12, pp. 978-985 (2012).
  5. Y. Takagi, K. Yonezawa, D. Murayama, N. Nishimura, Y. Hanada and K. Yamazaki : The HVAC Control Technology Making Energy Saving Compatible with Comfort, SICE Trans. Vol. 46, No. 8, pp. 430-438 (2010).
  6. Y. Takagi, Y. Murakami, Y. Hanada, N. Nishimura, K. Yamazaki and Y. Itoh : Next Generation HVAC System, SICE JCMSI, Vol. 3, No. 3, pp. 193-198 (2010)
  7. Y. Takagi, K. Iwabuchi, D. Murayama, T. Funatsu and K. Shimokawa : Modelling of Chillers for HVAC System Evaluations, SICE Trans. Vol. 40, No. 7, pp. 762-769 (2004).
  8. Y. Takagi, M. Murai and M. Hirahara : A Dynamic Model of the Vapor Compression Refrigeration Cycle with the Variable Speed Compressor and Expansion Valve, Trans. of JSME (C), Vol. 65, No. 635, pp. 194-201 (1999).
  9. Y. Takagi, F. Ozaki and H. Hashimoto : A Nonlinear Control Algorithm Design Method Applying State-Space Linearization, Trans. of JSME (C), Vol. 60, No. 576, pp. 288-294 (1994).
  10. Y. Takagi, T. Sogabe, K. Hirayama and T. Shigemasa : A Design of Power System Stabilizer Applying State-Space Linearization, SICE Trans. Vol. 29, No. 2, pp. 194-200 (1993).

(B) Presentations

  1. Yasuo Takagi: A method of heat penetrating loss estimation for the buildings, SICE, Annual Conference, Tsukuba, Japan (2016).
  2. Atsushi Minami, Kanami Sakamoto, Yasuo Takagi: Optimal heat-exchanger temperature for A-CAES charging efficiency, SICE, Annual Conference, Tsukuba, Japan (2016).
  3. Yasuo Takagi, Ryoji Yoshimura, Masahiko Yamada, Hisao Watanabe and Tsuneji Kameda: The process model for SOEC hydrogen production system, 2016 Asian SOFC Symposium, Tokyo, Japan (2016).
  4. Yasuo Takagi: Q-Value Evaluation for a Campus Building, SICE Annual Conference, Hangzhou China, pp. 1205-1208 (2015).
  5. H. Nakajima, K. Nagasawa, Y. Shishido, Y. Kagiya and Y. Takagi: The State Estimation of Existing Home Appliances Using Signal Analysis Technique, SICE Annual Conference, Sapporo Hokkaido, pp. 1247-1252 (2014).
  6. Kyouhei Uesaka, Okita Suzuki, Shunsuke Hanya, Takafumi Mizuno and Yasuo Takagi: The Characteristic Analysis of a University Building -Time Lag Constant and Q-Value estimation-, SICE Annual Conference, Sapporo Hokkaido, pp. 1242-1246 (2014).
  7. Yasuo Takagi, Yoshihisa Sato and Hideo Takeda: Development of the electro-mechanical simulator for variable speed hydro-turbine plant, Proc. of SICE annual conference 2013 (Nagoya), pp. 2589-2594 (2013).
  8. Murayama, Mitsumoto, Takagi, Iino, Yamamori: Smart Grid Ready BEMS Adopting Model-Based HVAC Control for Energy Saving, 2012 IEEE PES Transmission & Distribution Conference and Exposition (Florida), TD0332 (2012).
  9. Takagi: Core Technologies Supporting Green Buildings, IGBC2011 at Singapore, Workshop101B (2011).
  10. Iwabuchi, Takagi, Murayama, Suyama, Hatano, Iino, Nishimura, Hanada, Asakura, Yamazaki: Model-based system of efficient HVAC design and maintenance for green building, Renewable Energy 2010, O-At-5-4 (2010).
  11. Takagi, Yonezawa, Nishimura, Hanada, Yamazaki: Next Generation HVAC System for Office Buildings, ICCAS-SICE 2009, 2C07-4 (2009).
  12. Ito, Murakami, Yonezawa, Nishimura, Takagi, Morimoto, Sugawara, Donen: Next Generation HVAC System, SICE Annual Conference 2008, 2B04-6 (2008).
  13. Takagi: An Introduction of Energy Saving Technologies to Moderate CO2 Emission Increase, Proc. Of 10th Northeast Asia Gas and Pipeline International Forum 4-4 (2007).
  14. Iwabuchi, Takagi, Konnai, Nakahara ,Kubota, Ubukata, Masaki: Advanced Governor, Proc. Of SICE-ICCAS 2006, pp. 6064-6068 (2006).
  15. Tamura, Minasawa, Mitsumoto, Murayama, Takagi, Uemura: A comparative study on identifying a large scale system, SICE Annual Conference 2005, WP1-8-1(227) (2015).
  16. Takagi, Murayama, Mitsumoto: An Intelligent Control System for Distributed Mini Grids, The Fourth IEEE international workshop on Soft Computing as Transdisciplinary Science and Technology (WSTST’05), pp. 381-390 (2005).
  17. Takagi, Iwabuchi, Murayama, Mitsumoto, Takiwaki: The power system of the loosely coupled distributed mini grids, Proc. of IEEE Conference on Control Applications pp. 264-269 (2004).
  18. Takagi: A dynamic model for a commodity market applying systems technology, SICE Annual Conference 2003, MPI-7-2 (0406) (2003).
  19. Yasuo Takgi, T. Funatsu, T. Nakamaru, Y. Nakada and N. Nakahara: Chiller Models for HVACSIM+(J), Proc. of 7th International Energy Agency Conference on Heat Pump Technologies, Beijing China, pp. 527-538 (2002).
  20. Yasuo Takagi, M. Yukitomo, H. Hatano, F. Kojima and H. Kudo: An optimal control system with data mining method for saving electricity, Proc. of  SICE annual conf. 2002 (Osaka), pp. 1351-1356 (2002).
  21. Y. Takagi, T. Nakamaru, Y. Nishitani: An absorption chiller model for HVACSIM+, Proc. of 6th International IBPSA Conference, pp. 1259-1266 (1999).
  22. Y. Takagi, F. Ozaki and H. Hashimoto: An application of a state-space linearization method to a robot manipulator, IROS’90, pp. 191-195 (1990).
  23. Y. Takagi and T. Shigemasa : An application of state-state linearization to a power system stabilizer, CDC, Hawaii, pp. 1553-1558 (1990).

(C) Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (KAKENHI)

  • April, 2014 – March, 2017
    Demand side autonomous EMS for the distribution network with a lot of PV generators (No. 26420430)

(D) Academic awards

  • April, 1992
    IEEJ 1991 Excellent Presentation Award
  • July, 1994
    SICE Technology Award
  • August, 2005
    SICE Paper Award
  • September, 2007
    SICE Technology Award

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