Kenji Kawai

Last Updated :2017/11/01

Affiliations, Positions
Graduate School of Engineering, Professor
Web Site
E-mail
kkawaihiroshima-u.ac.jp
Other Contact Details
1-4-1, Kagamiyama, Higashi-Hiroshima, Japan
TEL : (+81)82-424-7788 FAX : (+81)82-424-7788

Basic Information

Major Professional Backgrounds

  • 2001/04/01, Hiroshima University, Graduate School of Engineering, Associate Professor
  • 1997/07/07, 1998/07/05, Northwestern University, Visiting Scholar
  • 1995/11/01, 2001/03/31, Hiroshima University, Faculty of Engineering, Associate Professor
  • 1990/04/01, 1995/10/31, Hiroshima University, Faculty of Engineering, Research Associate

Educational Backgrounds

  • The University of Tokyo, Graduate School, Division of Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering, Japan, 1985/04, 1990/03
  • The University of Tokyo, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Civil Engineering, Japan, 1981/04, 1985/03

Academic Degrees

  • Doctor of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
  • Master of Engineering, The University of Tokyo

Research Fields

  • Engineering;Civil engineering;Civil engineering materials / Construction / Construction management

Research Keywords

  • Migration of Substances
  • Performance Evaluation
  • LCA
  • Pore Solution
  • Chemical Deterioration
  • Environmental Impact
  • Concrete

Affiliated Academic Societies

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2017, Undergraduate Education, First Semester, Materials Science
  2. 2017, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Concrete Engineering
  3. 2017, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Concrete Engineering
  4. 2017, Undergraduate Education, First Semester, Environmental Chemistry of Concrete
  5. 2017, Undergraduate Education, First Semester, Experiments in Civil and Environmental Engineering
  6. 2017, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Design of Infrastructures
  7. 2017, Undergraduate Education, Year, Graduation Thesis
  8. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Advanced Structural Materials
  9. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Advanced Structural Materials
  10. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Intensive, Advanced Technical English Writing for Civil and Environmental Engineering
  11. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Year, Civil and Environmental Engineering Research I
  12. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Year, Civil and Environmental Engineering Research II
  13. 2017, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Year, Civil and Environmental Engineering Research IV
  14. 2017, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Academic Year, Civil and Environmental Engineering Research IV
  15. 2017, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Year, Civil and Environmental Engineering Research V
  16. 2017, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Academic Year, Civil and Environmental Engineering Research V
  17. 2017, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Academic Year, Civil and Environmental Engineering Research V
  18. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Year, Civil and Environmental Engineering Seminar II
  19. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Year, Civil and Environmental Engineering Seminar II
  20. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Special Exercises in Civil and Environmental Engineering I
  21. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Special Exercises in Civil and Environmental Engineering II
  22. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Special Exercises in Civil and Environmental Engineering III
  23. 2017, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Special Exercises in Civil and Environmental Engineering IV

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. Shear Strength of Reinforced Limestone Aggregate Concrete Beams, ACI STRUCTURAL JOURNAL, 114(4), 1007-1017, JUL-AUG 2017
  2. Long-term pore structure of internally cured fly ash cement paste by an injection of water, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 39(1), 109-114, 20170615
  3. Microscopic investigation on fly ash cement paste sulfate-activated with aggregate, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 70(1), 141-147, 20170331
  4. Degradation of concrete immersed in sulfuric acid for a long term, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 70(1), 397-404, 20170331
  5. Effects of drying shrinkage of concrete on shear behavior of reinforced concrete beams without shear reinforcement, Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. E2, 73(1), 50-69, 20170220
  6. Effect of internal alkali activation on pozzolanic reaction of low-calcium fly ash cement paste, MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES, 49(8), 3039-3053, AUG 2016
  7. Electrical resistance measurement to assess moisture transfer in cement-based mortar through water absorbing and drying processes, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 38(1), 813-818, 20160615
  8. Shrinkage stress induced by reinforcement restraint and creep of concrete subjected to high temperature history at early age, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 38(1), 1515-1520, 20160615
  9. Evaluation of cements by environmental indicator regarding recycling of wastes and by-products, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 69, 679-686, 20160331
  10. A study on pozzolanic reaction of fly ash cement paste activated by an injection of alkali solution, CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MATERIALS, 94, 28-34, SEP 30 2015
  11. Pozzolanic reaction of fly ash cement paste in the presence of alkali activator, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 37(1), 157-162, 20150615
  12. Properties and application to pavement concrete of blended cement containing portland blast-furnace slag cement type B and high early strength portland cement, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 37(1), 1873-1878, 20150615
  13. Properties and CO2 emission of pavement concrete based on blended cement, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 68, 283-290, 20150327
  14. Effect of porous ceramic waste aggregate on durability of steam cured fly ash concrete, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 68, 337-344, 20150327
  15. Capturing in cement paste of heavy metal added with different methods, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 68, 375-381, 20150327
  16. Sulfuric acid deterioration of mortar in pipe with different diameter simulating coarse aggregate distance, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 68, 382-388, 20150327
  17. A study of environmental indicators regarding recycling of waste and by-products by production of Portland cement, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 68, 510-515, 20150327
  18. Desorption properties of heavy metals from cement hydrates in various chloride solutions, CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MATERIALS, 67, 55-60, SEP 30 2014
  19. Evaluation of visual methods for CO2 uptake by demolished concrete: Research activities by JSCE subcommittee 219, CONSTRUCTION AND BUILDING MATERIALS, 67, 393-398, SEP 30 2014
  20. Effects of porous ceramic coarse aggregate as an internal curing material on steam-cured fly ash concrete, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 36(1), 670-675, 20140615
  21. Effect of moisture content and ponding condition on penetration and leaching of cesium in mortar, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 67, 210-215, 20140225
  22. Effect of coarse aggregate content on sulfuric acid deterioration of concrete, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 67, 480-486, 20140225
  23. Carbonation characteristics of the C-S-H with various Ca/Si ratios, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 67, 487-494, 20140225
  24. Study on measures for the reduction of the environmental impact of precast concrete, Concrete Research and Technology, 25, 35-44, 20140115
  25. Applications of emission inventory in precast concrete industry, Proceeding of the Japan Concrete Institute, 34(1), 1318-1323, 20120701
  26. Adsorption and desorption properties and leaching behavior of lead in cement hydrates, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 65, 126-131, 20120201
  27. Resistance evaluation of cementitious material to sulfuric acid using simple testing method, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 65, 368-375, 20120201
  28. Environmental impact of repair of highway bridge based on examples and measures of impact reduction, Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser.F4, 67(3), 109-121, 20111220
  29. Environmental impact of waste concrete treatment in precast concrete production, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 33(1), 1901-1906, 20110701
  30. Application of performance-based environmental design to concrete and concrete structures, STRUCTURAL CONCRETE, 12(1), 30-35, MAR 2011
  31. A model for dissolution of carbon dioxide gas in high pH solution based on chemical kinetics, Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. E, 66(1), 80-93, 20100319
  32. Case studies on LCCO2 assessment of precast concrete products with a revegetation function, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 63, 249-254, 20100201
  33. Effects of carbon dioxide gas concentration on carbonation of C-S-H, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 63, 347-353, 20100201
  34. Effect of Temperature on the Dissolution of Carbon Dioxide Gas in High pH Solution, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 31(1), 973-978, 20090701
  35. Investigation on the Amount of CO2 Emission Related to Transportation of Fly Ash, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 31(2), 1579-1584, 20090701
  36. Environmental Impact of Road Pavement Using Several Pavement Materials, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 31(2), 1597-1602, 20090701
  37. Environmental Inventory Data of Production of Precast Concrete Products, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 31(2), 1603-1608, 20090701
  38. Influences of Carbonation on Diffusion and Adsorption Properties of Heavy Metals in Cement Hydrates, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 62, 143-148, 20090201
  39. Case Studieson Life Cycle Impact Assessment of Precast Concrete Products, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 62, 233-239, 20090201
  40. Sulfuric Acid Deterioration of Mortar Containing Fly Ash as Fine Aggregate, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 62, 385-390, 20090201
  41. Effective Utilization of Fly Ash in Terms of Environmental Impact Reduction Due to Transportation, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 30(3), 1735-1740, 20080701
  42. Study on Diffusion and Adsorption of Heavy Metals in Cement Hydrates, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 123-128, 20080201
  43. Experimental Study on Fixation of Chloride Ion by Cement Hydrates Containing Mineral Admixture, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 324-330, 20080201
  44. Fundamental Study on Mechanism of Resistance to Sulfuric Acid of Acid Resistant Cementitious Material, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 344-350, 20080201
  45. Sulfuric Acid Deterioration of Cement Paste with Fly Ash Cured for a Long Time, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 378-383, 20080201
  46. Study on Dissolution Rate of Carbon Dioxide Gas in Pore Solution, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 29(1), 945-950, 20070701
  47. Case Studies on Life Cycle Impact Assessment of Precast Concrete Products with a Revegetation Function, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 191-198, 20070201
  48. A Study on Mechanism of Heavy Metal Leaching from Concrete, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 314-321, 20070201
  49. Experimental Study on Mechanisms of Heavy Metal Leaching from Hardened Cement Pastes, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 28(1), 749-754, 20060701
  50. Study on the Dissolution Rate of Carbon Dioxide Gas in High pH Solution, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 28(1), 755-760, 20060701
  51. A Study on Prediction of Long-Term Heavy Metal Leaching from Concrete, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 311-316, 20060201
  52. Experimental Study on Decomposition Rate of Monosulfate and Ettringite due to Carbonation, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 339-345, 20060201
  53. Inventory data and case studies for environmental performance evaluation of concrete structure construction, JOURNAL OF ADVANCED CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY, 3(3), 435-456, 20051001
  54. Durability Improvement of High Volume Fly Ash Concrete by Alkali Activator, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 27(1), 193-198, 20050601
  55. Influence of the Flow of Water on Concrete Deterioration Caused by Sulfuric Acid Attack, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 27(1), 721-726, 20050601
  56. An Investigation on Environmental Pollusion Assessment Method in Material Evaluation for Concrete, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 27(1), 835-840, 20050601
  57. Autogenous shrinkage of high-strength concrete containing silica fume under drying at early ages, CEMENT AND CONCRETE RESEARCH, 35(3), 449-456, MAR 2005
  58. A proposal of concrete structure design methods considering environmental performance, JOURNAL OF ADVANCED CONCRETE TECHNOLOGY, 3(1), 41-51, 20050317
  59. Effects of the Flow of Water on deterioration of Hardened Cement Caused by Sulfuric Acid Attack, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 241-246, 20050220
  60. Experimental Study on Decomposition Rate of Friedel's Salt due to Carbonation, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 289-294, 20050220
  61. Long Term Leaching Behavior of Heavy Metal Added in Concrete, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 636-641, 20050220
  62. Modeling of Chemical Reaction and Transportation of Chloride Ion in Concrete, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 26(1), 861-866, 20040701
  63. A Study on an Evaluation Method of Heavy Metal Leaching from Mortar, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 731-738, 20040201
  64. Heavy Metal Leaching Behavior from Mortar in Several Leaching Tests, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 353-359, 20030201
  65. Chloride Ion Diffusivity of Concrete Using Normal-Type Eco-Cement, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 406-411, 20030201
  66. Adsorption characteristics of superplasticizers on cement component minerals, CEMENT AND CONCRETE RESEARCH, 32(10), 1507-1513, OCT 2002
  67. Experimental Study on Acceleration of Pozzolanic Reaction of Fly Ash, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 24(1), 105-110, 20020701
  68. Pore Solution Composition of Hardened Cement Paste Made from Municipal Solid Wastes, Journal of Materials, Concrete Structures and Pavement, 163-172, 20020501
  69. Effects of Activator on Hydration of Cement Containing High Volume Fly Ash, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 122-127, 20020201
  70. Fundamental Studies on Leaching Behavior of Copper Ion from Mortar Containing Copper, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 128-133, 20020201
  71. A Study on Application of Cement Made from Municipal Solid Wastes to Materials for Reinforced Concrete, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 707-713, 20020201
  72. Evaluation of Autogenous Shrinkage and Drying Shrinkage Based on Bound Water Content of Cementitious Materials, Journal of Materials, Concrete Structures and Pavement, 53(690), 109-120, 20011101
  73. Hydration Properties of Cement Paste Containing High Volume Fly Ash, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 161-166, 20010201
  74. Mechanical Properties of Reinforced Concrete Members Made of Recycled Aggregate, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 291-298, 20010201
  75. A Study on Behavior of Chlorine in Paste Using Cement Manufactured from Municipal Solid Wastes, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 502-507, 20010201
  76. Expansive concrete cured in pressurized water at high temperature, CEMENT & CONCRETE COMPOSITES, 22(2), 121-126, APR 2000
  77. A Study on Corrosion Resistance of Cements Manufactured from Municipal Wastes with Various Chloride Contents, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 258-263, 20000201
  78. Expansive Concrete Cured under High Temperature and High Pressure Water, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 441-447, 20000201
  79. An Investigation on Anti-Soiling Countermeasures of Concrete Surfaces Based on Soiling Conditions and Soiling Evaluation, Cement Science and Concrete Technology, 689-696, 20000201
  80. A Study on Color Transition of Mortar Due to Acid Rain, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 450-455, 19971201
  81. Properties of Calcium Chloroaluminate Cement Manufactured from Municipal Waste, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 696-701, 19971201
  82. Concrete Deterioration Due to Aerobic Bacteria Grown with Continuous Culture Method, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 416-421, 19961201
  83. Simulation of Concrete Deterioration Using Synthesized Organic Acids, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 422-427, 19961201
  84. Influences of pH of Rainwater on Color Transition of Mortar, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 490-495, 19961201
  85. An Investigation on Surface Staining of Concrete Due to Microorganisms, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 502-507, 19961201
  86. Effect of Organic and Carbonic Acids on Concrete Deterioration Caused by Aerobic Microorganisms, Journal of Materials, Concrete Structures and Pavement, 105-115, 19961101
  87. Effect of Mixing Water on Morphology of Calcium Aluminate in Early Hydration, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 72-77, 19951201
  88. Effect of Metabolite Content of Aerobic Microorganism on Concrete Deterioration, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 704-709, 19951201
  89. Migration of Ions in Pore Solution Caused by Curing Condition, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 750-755, 19951201
  90. Influences of Mix Proportion and Type of Cement on Color Transition of Mortar, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 838-843, 19951201
  91. A Study on Flush Setting Concrete Containing Fly Ash, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 292-297, 19941201
  92. Concrete Deterioration Due to Weak Acid Metabolized by Aerobic Microorganisms, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 642-647, 19941201
  93. Effect of Metabolites of Microorganisms on Concrete, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 522-527, 19931201
  94. Concrete Deterioration Caused by Aerobic Bacteria, Journal of Materials, Concrete Structures and Pavement, 125-131, 19931101
  95. Effect of Metabolites of Microorganisms on Concrete Deterioration, Journal of Antibacterial and Antifungal Agents, 21(7), 379-383, 19930701
  96. Effect of Mixing Water on Morphology of C3A Hydrates, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 68-73, 19921201
  97. Ion Diffusivity in Cement Hydrates Containing Silicious Mineral Admixtures, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 226-231, 19921201
  98. Chemical Resistivity of Cement Replaced with Binary Pozzolans, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 244-249, 19921201
  99. Effect of Microorganisms on the Deterioration of Concrete, JCA Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 534-539, 19921201
  100. Concrete Deterioration Caused by Microorganisms, Journal of Antibacterial and Antifungal Agents, 20(9), 485-488, 19920901
  101. A Study on Pozzolanic Reactivity of Special Meta-Kaolin, CAJ Proceedings of Cement & Concrete, 258-263, 19911201
  102. Water-Soluble Alkali Content in Cement, Journal of Materials, Concrete Structures and Pavement, 35-39, 19910801
  103. Migration and Concentration of Chlorides, Sulfides and Alkali Compounds in Concrete Caused by Carbonation, Concrete Research and Technology, 1(2), 69-82, 19900701
  104. Migration of Corrosive Substances in Concrete, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 11(1), 545-550, 19890701
  105. Estimation of Unit Cement Content in Hardened Concrete, Journal of Materials, Concrete Structures and Pavement, 145-150, 19890201
  106. Research on Estimation of Alkali Content in Hardened Concrete, Proceedings of the Japan Concrete Institute, 9(1), 651-656, 19870701
  107. Degree of fly ash reaction and pore structure in internally alkali-activated fly ash cement paste, Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Chemically Activated Materials, in USB, 4p., 201708
  108. Micro-hardness and porosity of fly ash cement paste internally alkali-activated using roof-tile waste aggregate, Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Chemically Activated Materials, in USB, 4p., 201708
  109. An experimental investigation of hardness and pore structure of low-calcium fly ash cement paste internally alkali activated using roof tile waste aggregate, Proceedings of 14th International Conference on Durability of Building Materials and Components, in USB, 12p., 201705
  110. Early age deformation, its resultant stress and creep properties of concrete with and without internal curing subjected to high temperature history at an early age, Proceedings of the JCI-RILEM International Workshop on Control of Cracking of Mass Concrete and Related Issues Concerning Early Age Cracking of Concrete Structures, 73-80, 201704
  111. Effects of internal curing with high-volume roof tile waste on compressive strength and porosity of fly ash concrete, Proceedings of the 7th International Conference of Asian Concrete Federation, 7p., 201610
  112. Effects of early age high temperature and roof tile waste aggregate on shear strength of RC beams using slag cement, Proceedings of the 7th International Conference of Asian Concrete Federation, 7p., 201610
  113. Effect of internal activation using porous ceramic aggregate on hardness and pore structure of fly ash cement paste, Key Engineering Materials, 711, 95-102, 201609
  114. Deterioration of concrete immersed in sulfuric acid for a long term, Key Engineering Materials, 711, 659-664, 201609
  115. Applicability of molten slag and porous ceramic roof tile waste aggregates to massive structural concrete, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference in Sustainable Construction Materials and Technologies, in USB, 10p., 201608
  116. Effects of roof tile waste coarse aggregate and high temperature history at early ages on shear strength of reinforced concrete beams made of Portland blast furnace slag cement Type B, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference in Sustainable Construction Materials and Technologies, in USB, 10p., 201608
  117. Effect of injection of NaOH solution on pozzolanic and hydration reactions in low-calcium fly ash, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference in Sustainable Construction Materials and Technologies, in USB, 10p., 201608
  118. Influence of Temperature History on Chloride Penetration of Concrete Using Waste-Derived Aggregate, Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Concrete Sustainability, 699-707, 201606
  119. A Study on an indicator for environmental impacts of cement industry, Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Concrete Sustainability, 884-890, 201606
  120. Effect of internal alkali activation on long-term pozzolanic reaction of fly ash in cement paste, Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Concrete Sustainability, 1215-1226, 201606
  121. Effect of internal activation on pozzolanic reaction in fly ash cement paste by using sodium hydroxide solution, Proceedings of the Fourteenth East Asia-Pacific Conference on Structural Engineering and Construction, 1192-1199, 201601
  122. An experimental study on the effect of internal curing with roof tile waste on relative humidity of fly ash concrete, Proceedings of the Fourteenth East Asia-Pacific Conference on Structural Engineering and Construction, 1215-1222, 201601
  123. Study of environmental indicator for material life cycle of cement in Japan, Proceedings of the 14th International Congress on the Chemistry of Cement, in CD-ROM, 8p., 201510
  124. Effect of lime stone aggregate on drying shrinkage and shear strength of an RC beam, Proceedings of 10th International Conference on Mechanics and Physics of Creep, Shrinkage, and Durability of Concrete and Concrete Structures, 687-696, 201509
  125. Experimental studies on an effective creep coefficient in a prestressed concrete girder, Proceedings of 10th International Conference on Mechanics and Physics of Creep, Shrinkage, and Durability of Concrete and Concrete Structures, 1340-1349, 201509
  126. Effects of porous ceramic waste aggregate as an internal curing agent on steam-cured high strength fly ash concrete, Proceedings of International Conference on Sustainable Structural Concrete, 66-76, 201509
  127. Sulfuric acid deterioration of concrete considering the effect of coarse aggregate content, Proceedings of Fifth International Conference on Construction Materials: Performance, Innovations, and Structural Implications, 201-209, 201508
  128. Flexural crack width of reinforced concrete beams with roof tile waste aggregate, Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Recent Advances in Concrete Technology and Sustainability Issues, 83-101, 201507
  129. Properties of steam-cured fly ash concrete using porous ceramic waste aggregate, Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Recent Advances in Concrete Technology and Sustainability Issues, 323-336, 201507
  130. Effect of Alkali Activator on Pozzolanic Reaction of Fly Ash Concrete, Proceedings of the 6th International Conference of Asian Concrete Federation, 530-534, 201409
  131. Effect of Porous Ceramic Waste Aggregate on Properties of Steam Cured Fly Ash Concrete, Proceedings of the 6th International Conference of Asian Concrete Federation, 1287-1291, 201409
  132. Heavy Metal Desportion from Cement Hydrates Caused by Chloride Solutions, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on the Durability of Concrete Structures, 219-225, 201407
  133. Behavior of Penetration and Leaching of Cesium in Mortar Having Various Fine Aggregates and Moisture Content, Proceedings of Third International Conference on Geotechnique, Construction Materials and Environment, 394-399, 201311
  134. Effects of Coarse Aggregate Content on the Erosion Rate of Concrete Due to Sulfuric Acid Attack, Proceedings of Third International Conference on Geotechnique, Construction Materials and Environment, 400-405, 201311
  135. Evaluation of Sulfuric Acid Deterioration of Concrete with Different Additives, Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Concrete under Severe Conditions – Environemt and Loading, 732-741, 201309
  136. An Effective Flexural Stiffness Equation for Long Term Deflection of Prestressed Concrete with and without Cracks,, Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Creep, Shrinkage and Durability Mechanics of Concrete, 451-458, 201309
  137. Study on Long Term Concrete Deterioration Due to Sulfuric Acid, Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Sustainable Construction Materials & Technologies, in CD-ROM, 9p, 201308
  138. Effects of Coarse Aggregate Content on Sulfuric Acid Deterioration of Concrete, Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Sustainable Construction Materials& Technologies, in CD-ROM, 6p, 201308
  139. Differences in the Desorption Properties of Heavy Metals from Cement Hydrates in Various Chloride Solutions,, Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Sustainable Construction Materials & Technologies, in CD-ROM, 9p, 201308
  140. Evaluation of Effect of Aggregate Properties on Drying Shrinkage of Concrete, Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Sustainable Construction Materials & Technologies, in CD-ROM, 8p, 201308
  141. Effect of Porous Ceramic Coarse Aggregate on Strength Development of High-Strength Fly Ash Concrete, Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Sustainable Construction Materials & Technologies, in CD-ROM, 9p, 201308
  142. Visualization of CO2 Uptake by Demolished Concrete, Proceedings of the First International Conference on Concrete Sustainability, 115-120, 201305
  143. Difference in CO2 Uptake of Demolished Concrete under Different Exposure Conditions, Proceedings of the First International Conference on Concrete Sustainability, 121-126, 201305
  144. Effect of Porous Ceramic Aggregate Produced from Roof Tile Waste on Carbonation of Fly Ash Concrete, Proceedings of the First International Conference on Concrete Sustainability, 246-251, 201305
  145. A Study on Methods for Integrating Cost and Environmental Impacts in the Selection of Repair Methods for Existing Concrete Structures, Proceedings of the First International Conference on Concrete Sustainability, 754-759, 201305
  146. Mechanical Properties of Portland Blast Furnace Cement-Type B Concrete Cured Internally with Porous Ceramic Aggregate,, Proceedings of the First International Conference on Concrete Sustainability, 587-593, 201305
  147. Environmental Impact Reduction Effects of Precast Concrete Using Recycled Materials,, Proceedings of the First International Conference on Concrete Sustainability, 836-841, 201305
  148. Fracture Energy of Concrete and Shear Strength of RC Beams Internally Cured Using Porous Ceramic-Roof Tile Waste Aggregate, Proceedings of 8th International Conference on Fracture Mechanics of Concrete and Concrete Structures, in CD-ROM, 9p., 201303
  149. Effects of Drying Shrinkage on Shear Tension Strength of Reinforced Concrete Beams, Proceedings of 8th International Conference on Fracture Mechanics of Concrete and Concrete Structures, in CD-ROM, 8p., 201303
  150. Unit-Based SOx Emission Values for Fuels Consumed in Precast Concrete Production, Advances in Civil Engineering and Building Materials, 373-377, 201211
  151. Significant Factors that Induce CO2 Emission in Precast Concrete Production in Japan, Proceedings of the 5th ACF International Conference, in CD-ROM, 6p., 201210
  152. Study on Modeling for Sulfuric Acid Resistance of Cement Hydrates Using a Simple Test Method, Proceedings of the 4th ACF International Conference, in CD-ROM, 4p., 201011
  153. Leaching Behavior of Heavy Metals in Cement Hydrates after Calcium Hydroxide Leaching, Proceedings of the 4th ACF International Conference, in CD-ROM, 4p., 201011
  154. Preparation of Inventory Data for Environmental Performance Evaluation of Concrete and Concrete Structures, Proceedings of Sessions in Honor of Professor Koji Sakai, the Second International Conference on Sustainable Construction Materials and Technologies, 277-287, 201006
  155. Study of Parameters Contributing to the Environmental Impact in Precast Concrete Production, Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Sustainable Construction Materials and Technologies, 2, 813-819, 201006
  156. Optimum Road Pavement from the Viewpoint of CO2 Emission Reduction, Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Sustainable Construction Materials and Technologies, 2, 1041-1048, 201006
  157. Influences of Carbonation on Heavy Metal Diffusivity in Cement Hydrates, Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Concrete Under Severe Conditions – Environment and Loading, 1, 329-334, 201006
  158. Diffusion and Adsorption Properties of Lead in Cement Hydrates, Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Concrete Under Severe Conditions – Environment and Loading, 1, 505-512, 201006
  159. Simplified Resistance Evaluation of Cementitious Materials to Sulfuric Acid, Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Concrete Under Severe Conditions – Environment and Loading, 1, 583-587, 201006
  160. State of the Art in Environmental Performance Improvement Technologies - from Report of JCI Committee on Environmental Performance of Concrete Structures, Proceedings of fib Symposium, in CD-ROM, 8p., 200906
  161. Proposals on Policies and Measures for Reducing Environmental Impact - from Report of JCI Committee on Environmental Performance of Concrete Structres, Proceedings of fib Symposium, in CD-ROM, 7p., 200906
  162. Case Studies on Environmental Impact Assessmentof Precast Concrete Products, Proceedings of fib Symposium, in CD-ROM, 8p., 200906
  163. Environmental Impact Due to the Transportation of Fly Ash, Proceedings of fib Symposium, in CD-ROM, 8p., 200906
  164. A Case Study on Environmental Impact Assessment of Box Culvert, Proceedings of the 3rd ACF International Conference, 875-881, 200811
  165. Study on Dissolution Rate of Carbon Dioxide Gas in Simulated Pore Solution Containing Calcium Hydroxide, Proceedings of the 3rd ACF International Conference, 1008-1013, 200811
  166. Study on the Decomposition Rate of Friedel's salt and the Dissolution Rate of Carbon Dioxide Gas in Carbonation Process, Proceedings of 8th International Conference on Creep, Shrinkage and Durability of Concrete and Concrete Structures, 2, 917-924, 200809
  167. Mobility of Heavy Metal Ions in Cement Pastes, Proceedings of 7th International Congress on Concrete: Construction's Sustainable Option – Concrete Durability: Achievement and Enhancement, 457-468, 200807
  168. Deterioration of Cement Hydrates Containing Mineral Admixtures Due to Sulfuric Acid Attack, Proceedings of 11th International Conference on Durability of Building Materials and Components, 1, 329-336, 200805
  169. JSCE Recommendation on Environmental Performance Verification for Concrete Structures (Draft) and Its Apprication, Proceedings of the 4th Civil Engineering Conference in the Asian Region, in CD-ROM, 5p., 20070601
  170. A Case Study on Environmental Impact Assessment of Precast Concrete Products with a Revegetation Function, Proceedings of Special Sessions,International Conference on Sustainnable Construction Materialals and Technologies, 163-176, 20070601
  171. Modeling for Decomposition Processes of Friedel's Salt due to Carbonation, Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Concrete under Severe Conditions of Environment and Loading, 1, 233-240, 20070601
  172. Resistance to Sulfuric Acid of Mortar Using Acid Resistant Cement, Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Concrete under Severe Conditions of Environment and Loading, 1, 579-588, 20070601
  173. Inventory Data Related to Life Cycle of Reinforced Concrete Structures, Proceedings of the 2nd ACF International Conference, DSC-10-DSC-20, 20061101
  174. Fundamental Study on Dissolution Rate of Carbon Dioxide Gas in High pH Solution, Proceedings of International Seminar on Durability and Lifecycle Evaluation of Concrete Structures, 23-30, 20060901
  175. Effects of the Flow of Fluid on Concrete Deterioration Caused by Sulfuric Acid Attack, Proceedings of International Seminar on Durability and Lifecycle Evaluation of Concrete Structures, 51-60, 20060901
  176. Case Studies on Environmental Design of Concrete Structures, Proceedings of the Second fib Congress, in CD-ROM, 12p., 20060601
  177. Application of Numerical Analysis for Deterioration of Erosion Depth of Mortar Specimens Exposed to Flowing Sulfuric Acid, Proceedings of Seventh CANMET/ACI International Conference on Durability of Concrete, Supplementary Papers, 511-525, 20060501
  178. Experimental Studies on Salty Water Penetration through Cracks, Proceedings of International RILEM-JCI Seminar on Concrete Durability and Service Life Planning, 24-32, 20060301
  179. Experimental Study on Decomposition Processes of Friedel's salt due to Carbonation, Proceedings of the International RILEM-JCI Seminar on Concrete Durability and Service Life Planning, 51-58, 20060301
  180. A Proposal of Method for Evaluating Environmental Performance of Concrete, Proceedings of Three-Day CANMET/ACI/JCI International Symposium on Sustainable Development of Cement, Concrete, and Concrete Structures, 351-370, 20051001
  181. Modeling for Fixation of Chloride Ions in Pore Solution, Proceedings of 7th International Conference on Creep, Shrinkage and Durability of Concrete and Concrete Structures, 225-230, 20050901
  182. Temperature Effect on Shrinkage Stress in Expansive-Ultra High Strength Concrete, Proceedings of 7th International Conference on Creep, Shrinkage and Durability of Concrete and Concrete Structures, 627-632, 20050901
  183. Heavy Metal Leaching Evaluation from Concrete Structures, Proceedings of Third International Conference on Construction Mateerials: Performance, Innovations and Structural Implications, in CD-ROM, 10p., 20050801
  184. Effects of Carbon Dioxide Concentration in Gas Phase of Pores on the Decomposition Rate of Friedel's Salt Due to Carbonation, Proceedings of Third International Conference on Construction Mateerials: Performance, Innovations and Structural Implications, in CD-ROM, 9p., 20050801
  185. Consideration of Environmental Aspects of Concrete in Performance-Based Design, Proceedings of 6th International Congress on Global Construction: Ultimate Concrete Opportunities - Application of Codes, Design and Regulations, 465-472, 20050701
  186. Concrete Deterioration Caused by Sulfuric Acid Attack, Proceedings of 10th International Conference on Durability of Building Materials and Components, in CD-ROM, 7p., 20050401
  187. Flexural Properties of Reinforced Recycled Concrete Beams, International RILEM Conference on the Use of Recycled Materials in Buildings and Structures, 526-535, 20041101
  188. Shear Behavior of Reinforced Recycled Concrete Beams, Proceedings of International RILEM Conference on the Use of Recycled Materials in Buildings and Structures, 610-618, 20041101
  189. Study on Corrosion of Reinforcing Bar in Recycled Concrete, Proceedings of International RILEM Conference on the Use of Recycled Materials in Buildings and Structures, 643-650, 20041101
  190. Performance Evaluation of Expansive High Strength Concrete, Proceedings of International Seminar on Durability and Lifecycle Evaluation of Concrete Structures, 41-50, 20040901
  191. Flexural Serviceability Performance of Reinforced Low Shrinkage-High Strength Concrete Beams and Its Evaluation Method, Proceedings of International Seminar on Durability and Lifecycle Evaluation of Concrete Structures, 51-60, 20040901
  192. Modeling for Decomposition Reaction of Friedel's Salt due to Carbonation, Proceedings of International Seminar on Durability and Lifecycle Evaluation of Concrete Structures, 85-92, 20040901
  193. Properties of High Volume Fly Ash Concrete Containing an Alkali Activator, Proceedings of Eighth CANMET/ACI International Conference on Flyash, Silica Fume, Slag And Natural Pozzolans in Concrete, 273-286, 20040501
  194. Effects of Alkali Activator on Properties of Concrete Containing High Volume Fly Ash, Proc. of the 6th East Asia-Pacific Conference on Structural Engineering & Construction, in CD-ROM, 20031201
  195. Life Cycle Design Concept Considering Environmental Performance, Proceedings of 2nd International Symposium on Integrated Lifetime Engineering of Building and Civil Infrastructures, 73-78, 20031201
  196. Life Cycle Design Concept Considering Environmental Performance, Proceedings of International Seminar on Durability and Lifecycle Evaluation of Concrete Structures, 49-56, 20031001
  197. Chemical Durability of Concrete Using Eco-Cement, Proceedings of Sixth CANMET/ACI International Conference on Recent Advances in Concrete Technology, 269-282, 20030601
  198. An Evaluation of Methods for Measuring Heavy Metal Leaching from Concrete Structures, Proceedings of Sixth CANMET/ACI International Conference on Durability of Concrete, 211-225, 20030601
  199. Time Dependent Bond Behavior of Corroded Bars, Proceedings of International Symposium on Bond in Concrete, 166-173, 20021101
  200. Long-Term Behavior of Boid in Concrete Members Made of High, Middle and Low Strength Concrete, Proceedings of International Symposium on Bond in Concrete, 174-181, 20021101
  201. Concrete Design Considering Environmental Performance, Proceedings of the International Conference on Challenges of Concrete Construction - Sustainable Concrete Construction, 457-464, 20020901
  202. Effects of Alkali Ions on Pozzolanic Activity of Concrete Containing High Volume Fly Ash, Proceedings of the Eighth East Asia-Pacific Conference on Structural Engineering and Construction, 20011201
  203. Experimental Studies on Dependence of Long-Term Cracks of Concrete Members on Concrete Strength, Proceedings of the Eighth East Asia-Pacific Conference on Structural Engineering and Construction, 20011201
  204. Behavior of Chlorine in Cement Manufactured from Municipal Wastes, Proceedings of Third CANMET/ACI International Symposium on Sustainable Development of Cement and Concrete, 285-298, 20010901
  205. Creep Analysis of Concrete Members Emphasizing the Effects of Early Age Shrinkage and Load History, Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Creep,Shrinkage and Durability Mechanics of Concrete and Other Quasi-Brittle Materials, 773-778, 20010801
  206. Hydration Properties of Cement Pastes Containing High Volume Fly Ash, Proc. of 2001 Second International Conference on Engineering Materials, 457-464, 20010801
  207. A Study on the Diagnosis Method for Concrete Damaged by Acid Attack, Proceedings of Third International Conference on Concrete Under Severe Conditions of Environment and Loading, 246-253, 20010601
  208. A Study on Environmental Impact Assessment for Concrete, Proceedings of International Workshop on Innovations in Concrete Materials and Structures, 20010601
  209. Mechanical Performance of Reinforced Recycled Concrete Beams, Proceedings of International Symposium on Engineering Materials for Sustainable Development, 54-73, 20001101
  210. An Assessment Method for Environmental Impact of Concrete, Proceedings of International Symposium on Engineering Materials for Sustainable Development, 183-188, 20001101
  211. Mechanical Performance of Reinforced Recycled Concrete Beams, Proceeding of International Workshop on Recycled Concrete, 127-146, 20000901
  212. The Mechanism of Concrete Deterioration Caused by Aerobic Microorganisms, Proceedings of 1st International RILEM Workshop on Microbiological Impact on Building Materials, in CD-ROM, 6p., 20000701
  213. An Assessment Method for Environmental Impact of Concrete, Proceedings of RILEM/CIB/ISO International Symposium on Integrated Life-Cycle Design of Materials and Structures, 334-339, 20000501
  214. A Study on the Application of Kansei Ergonomics to Concrete Maintenance, Proceedings of 4th China-Japan International Symposium on Industrial Management, 67-70, 19981001
  215. Mechanism of Concrete Surface Staining Considering Effect of Bacteria, Proceedings of 1997 International Conference on Engineering Materials, 705-716, 19970601
  216. Visualization of Hydration Reaction of Calcium Aluminates with Optical Microscope, Proceedings of the Sixth Euroseminar on Microscopy Applied to Building Materials, 6-13, 19970601
  217. A System for Observing Three Dimensional Microscopic Structures Using Multiple Optical-Microscopic Images, Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Cement Microscopy, 94-101, 199504
  218. Effect of Mixing Water on Morphology of C3A Hydrates, Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Cement Microscopy, 110-118, 199504
  219. Plasticizing Characteristics of Sulfonic Acid Polymer Containing Methacrylic Acid Derivatives, Proceedings of 4th CANMET/ACI International Conference on Superplasticizers and Other Chemical Admixtures, 367-383, 19941001
  220. Deterioration of Concrete Derived from Metabolites of Microorganisms, Proceedings of 3rd CANMET/ACI International Conference on Durability of Concrete, 1087-1097, 19940501
  221. Properties of Mortars Containing Ultra-Fine Fly Ash Particles, Proceedings of 4th CANMET/ACI International Conference on Fly Ash, Silica Fume, Slag and Natural Pozzolans in Concrete, 79-95, 19920501
  222. Influence of Alkali Concentration Distribution Occurring in Concrete Members on Expansion and Cracking Due to Alkali-Silica Reaction, Proceedings of 8th International Conference on Alkali-Aggregate Reaction, 641-646, 19890701
  223. Inventory Data for Environmental Impact of Precast Concrete Products, Proceedings ofJCI Symposium on Concrete Inovation in Environmental Age, 37-42, 20080804
  224. Study on Visual Assessment of Damaged Surfaces of Concrete Structures, Proceedings of JCI Symposium on Evaluation and Maintenance Planning for Conbined Deterioration of Concrete Structures, 21-28, 20010529
  225. On Recycle Engineering, Proceedings of Recycle Engineering Symposium, 53-58, 20000601
  226. The Application of the Concept of the Eco-Value Engineering to Environmental Impact Assessment, Concrete Engineering Series 29 Concrete and Effective Use of Resources, II157-II162, 19981101
  227. Experiences in The Great Hanshin Earthquake: Damages, Repair, and Rehabilitation, Proceedings of Seminar on Exhibition of Repair and Rehabilitation of Reinforced Concrete Structure (II), 1-9, 19970301
  228. Concrete Surface Staining Considering Effects of Aerobic Microorganisms, Proceedings of the 23rd JUCC Congress on Cement and Concrete, 86-91, 19961001
  229. Influence of Substances Adsorbed on Concrete Surface on Visual Assessment, Proceedings of the 23rd JUCC Congress on Cement and Concrete, 92-97, 19961001
  230. Contribution of Organic Acids to Concrete Deterioration Caused by Aerobic Microorganisms, Proceedings of the 22nd JUCC Congress on Cement and Concrete, 23-28, 19951001
  231. Effect of Fly Ash on Super-Flowable Concrete with Calcium Aluminate Type Accelerator, Proceedings of JCI 2nd Symposium on Super-Flowable Concrete, 51-58, 19940517
  232. Effect of Addition of Germ Crystal on Early Hardening of Cement Mortar, Proceedings of the 19th JUCC Congress on Cement and Concrete, 46-51, 19921001
  233. An Investigation on Estimation of Unit Cement Content of Hardened Concrete, Proceedings of JCI Symposium on Durability Diagnosis of Concrete Structures, 61-66, 19880507
  234. Prediction of Concrete Expansion Caused by Alkali Aggregate Reaction, Proceedings of JCI Symposium on Prediction and Design for Service Life of Concrete Structures, 31-38, 19880406
  235. Evaluation of Autogenous Shrinkage and Drying Shrinkage Based on Bound Water Content of Cementitious Materials, Concrete Library International, 193-207, 20021201
  236. Effects of Organic and Carbonic Acids on Concrete Deterioration Caused by Aerobic Microorganisms, Concrete Library International, 111-123, 19971201
  237. Soiling of Concrete Surface Due to Microorganisms, Transactions of the Japan Concrete Institute, 17, 61-68, 19951201
  238. A Simplified Method for Evaluation of Thixotropy of Concrete, Transactions of the Japan Concrete Institute, 17, 25-32, 19951201
  239. Influence of Surface Texture on Color Transition of Mortar, Transactions of the Japan Concrete Institute, 17, 389-396, 19951201
  240. Concrete Deterioration Caused by Aerobic Bacteria, Concrete Library International, 127-139, 19941201
  241. A Study on Repair Using Resin Mortar with High Compatibility, Transactions of the Japan Concrete Institute, 16, 9-16, 19941201
  242. Development of Super-Flowable Concrete with Early Strength, Transactions of the Japan Concrete Institute, 16, 9-16, 19941201
  243. Properties of Mortars Containing Some Mineral Admixtures, Transactions of the Japan Concrete Institute, 14, 63-70, 19921201
  244. Migration of Pore Solution and Expansion Behavior of Mortar Caused by Alkali Silica Reaction, SEISAN KENKYU, 42(4), 253-256, 19900401
  245. Corrosion Mechanism of Reinforcing Steel in Chloride-doped Concrete, SEISAN KENKYU, 42(3), 217-220, 19900301
  246. Carbonation and Concentration of Chlorine in Concrete Containing Chlorides (III), SEISAN KENKYU, 41(12), 930-932, 19891201
  247. Migration and Concentration of Sulphate Ions Induced by Carbonation of Concrete - Part 1, SEISAN KENKYU, 41(12), 940-943, 19891201
  248. Study on Diffusion of Ions through Concrete - Part 1, SEISAN KENKYU, 41(9), 739-740, 19890901
  249. Water-Soluble Alkali Content in Cement, SEISAN KENKYU, 41(7), 619-621, 19890701
  250. Carbonation and Concentration of Chlorine in Concrete Containing Chlorides (II), SEISAN KENKYU, 41(4), 234-236, 19890401
  251. Concentration Gradient of Alkalis in Concrete Members - Effect of Time on Concentration -, SEISAN KENKYU, 41(3), 201-202, 19890301
  252. Expansion and Cracking of Concrete Structures Caused by Alkali Silica Reaction, SEISAN KENKYU, 40(12), 616-619, 19881201
  253. Carbonation and Concentration of Chlorine in Concrete Containing Chlorides (I), SEISAN KENKYU, 40(11), 573-576, 19881101
  254. Pore Solution Composition of Mortars with Reactive Aggregate (III) - Expansion of Mortars due to Alkali Silica Reaction and Alkalis in Pore Solution -, SEISAN KENKYU, 40(9), 441-443, 19880901
  255. Pore Solution Composition of Mortars with Reactive Aggregate (II) - Change of OH- Concentration, with Alkali Content and Trace Ion Concentration -, SEISAN KENKYU, 40(7), 346-349, 19880701
  256. Pore Solution Composition of Mortars with Reactive Aggregate - Change of Na+, K+, OH- Concentration with Time in Pore Solution -, SEISAN KENKYU, 40(6), 297-300, 19880601
  257. Concentration Gradient of Alkalis in Concrete Members, SEISAN KENKYU, 40(6), 301-304, 19880601
  258. Estimation of Cement Content in Hardened Concrete - Application to Concrete Containing Limestone -, SEISAN KENKYU, 39(10), 421-423, 19871001
  259. Estimation of Cement Content in Hardened Concrete - Method of Estimation -, SEISAN KENKYU, 39(9), 394-396, 19870901
  260. Efforts for environmental impact assessment of concrete, JSCE Magazine, "Civil Engineering", 102(7), 10-11, 20170715
  261. Maintenance, Repair, and Strengthening of Existing Concrete Structures, Concrete Journal, 54(3), 239-245, 20160301
  262. Visualization of CO2 uptake effect due to demolished concrete, Concrete Journal, 53(5), 485-490, 201505
  263. Evaluation of cements by environmental indicator regarding recycling of wastes and by-products, Cement & Concrete, 23-28, 20170310
  264. The deterioration of concrete in sewerage works caused by metabolites of aerobic microorganisms, and preventive measures, L'industria italiana del Cemento, 792-805, 199611

Awards

  1. 2016年08月09日, SCMT4 Award Winning Paper, SCMT4 Awards Committee, Applicability of molten slag and porous ceramic-roof tile waste aggregate to massive structural concrete
  2. 2016年05月11日, Best Paper Award of Japan Cement Association, Japan Cement Association, Evaluation of cements by environmental indicator regarding recycling of wastes and by-products
  3. 2015年09月17日, The International Conference on Sustainable Structural Concrete the Most Outstanding Paper, Sustain Concrete 2015 Organising Committee, Effects of porous ceramic waste aggregate as an internal curing agent on steam-cured high strength fly ash concrete
  4. 2015年05月13日, Best Paper Award of Japan Cement Association, Japan Cement Association, Capturing in cement paste of heavy metal added with different methods
  5. 2014年09月23日, The 6th International Conference of Asian Concrete Federation Best Paper Award, Chair of Scientific Committee of ACF2014, Secretary of Scientific Committee of ACF2014, Effect of alkali activator on pozzolanic reaction of fly ash cement paste
  6. 2013年08月20日, SCMT3 Paper Selected for Journal, SCMT3 International Organizing Committee, Desorption properties of heavy metals from cement hydrates in various chloride solutions
  7. 2008年05月29日, Best Paper Award of Japan Cement Association, Japan Cement Association, Study on mechanism of heavy metal leaching from concrete
  8. 2006年05月19日, Japan Concrete Institute Award (Best Paper Award), Japan Concrete Institute, Study on assessment method for environmental impact of concrete
  9. 1998年05月14日, Best Paper Award of Japan Cement Association, Japan Cement Association, Study on concrete deterioration due to aerobic bacteria

Social Activities

History as Committee Members

  1. Member, Concrete Committee, 2017/05, 2019/03, Japan Society of Civil Engineers
  2. Member, Concrete Committee, 2015/05, 2017/03, Japan Society of Civil Engineers
  3. Member, Concrete Committee, 2013/05, 2015/03, Japan Society of Civil Engineers
  4. Member, Concrete Committee, 2011/04, 2013/03, Japan Society of Civil Engineers
  5. Member, Concrete Committee, 2009/04, 2011/03, Japan Society of Civil Engineers
  6. Chairman, Subcommittee for survey of technology for demolition, reuse, and repair of concrete structures taking CO2 reduction into account (Subcommittee 219), Concrete Committee, 2010/06, 2012/05, Japan Society of Civil Engineers
  7. Chairman, Subcommittee on assessment for environmental impact of concrete, Concrete Committee, 2002/08, 2004/08, Japan Society of Civil Engineers
  8. Chairman, Subcommittee on assessment for environmental impact of concrete, Concrete Committee, 1999/12, 2001/12, Japan Society of Civil Engineers
  9. Director, 2017/06, 2019/06, Japan Concrete Institute
  10. Director, 2014/06, 2016/06, Japan Concrete Institute
  11. Chairman, Research Committee, 2017/04, 2019/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  12. Vice-Chairman, Research Committee, 2015/04, 2017/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  13. Member, Rsearch Committee, 2013/04, 2015/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  14. Member, International Activities Committee, 2017/04, 2019/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  15. Member, International Activities Committee, 2015/04, 2017/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  16. Member, Editorial Committee for Concrete Journal, 2008/04, 2010/04, Japan Concrete Institute
  17. Member, Editorial Committee for Concrete Research and Technology, 2004/04, 2006/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  18. Sustainability Committee, 2016/04, 2018/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  19. Sustainability Committee, 2014/04, 2016/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  20. Sustainability Committee, 2012/04, 2014/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  21. Sustainability Committee, 2010/04, 2012/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  22. Standards Committee, 2015/06, 2016/06, Japan Concrete Institute
  23. Secretary, Authorized concrete engineers Training Committee, 2011/02, 2013/01, Japan Concrete Institute
  24. Member, Concrete diagnosis & maintenance engineers Committee, 2013/04, 2014/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  25. Secretary, Concrete diagnosis & maintenance engineers Practice Seminar Subcommittee, 2012/04, 2014/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  26. Secretary, Concrete diagnosis & maintenance engineers Practice Seminar Subcommittee, 2010/04, 2012/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  27. Member, Concrete diagnosis & maintenance engineers Training Subcommittee, 2004/04, 2007/03, Japan Concrete Institute
  28. Member, ISO/TC71/SC8, 2009/11, 2017/07, International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
  29. Convenor, ISO/TC71/SC8/WG3, 2014/05, 2017/07, International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
  30. Member, Commission 7 (Environmental Aspects of Design and Construction), 2015/01, 9999/99, International Federation for Structural Concrete (fib)
  31. Member, Commission 3 (Environmental Aspects of Design and Construction), 1999/10, 2014/12, International Federation for Structural Concrete (fib)
  32. Member, Special Activity Group 8 (fib Sustainability Initiative), 2009/11, 2014/12, International Federation for Structural Concrete (fib)
  33. Member, Commission 3, TG 3.3 (Environmental Design), 1999/10, 2004/02, International Federation for Structural Concrete (fib)
  34. Secretary, Commission 3, TG 3.6 (Guidelines for Environmental Design), 2003/06, 2008/10, International Federation for Structural Concrete (fib)
  35. Member, Commission 3, TG 3.8 (Technologies for Green Concrete Structures), 2006/06, 2012/05, International Federation for Structural Concrete (fib)
  36. Convenor, Commission 7, TG 7.2 (Application of Environmental Design to Concrete Structures), 2015/01, 9999/99, International Federation for Structural Concrete (fib)
  37. Convenor, Commission 3, TG 3.9 (Application of Environmental Design to Concrete Structures), 2006/06, 2014/12, International Federation for Structural Concrete (fib)