Tadashi Hibino

Last Updated :2021/04/06

Affiliations, Positions
Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering, Associate Professor
E-mail
hibinothiroshima-u.ac.jp

Basic Information

Academic Degrees

  • Doctor of Engineering, Chuo University

Research Fields

  • Engineering;Civil engineering;Hydraulic engineering

Research Keywords

  • Thermocline|Global Circulation
  • Oyashio|
  • Current fieald|Dispersion
  • sewage disposal|Busan Port
  • Sea level difference
  • Kuroshio
  • hydrophile
  • Water quality
  • sediment environment
  • Pressure Distribution

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2021, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 3Term, Academic approach to SDGs - B
  2. 2021, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, Academic approach to SDGs - B[On-Demand]
  3. 2021, Undergraduate Education, 2Term, Experiments in Civil and Environmental Engineering
  4. 2021, Undergraduate Education, 1Term, Environmental Hydraulics
  5. 2021, Undergraduate Education, 4Term, Coastal Engineering
  6. 2021, Undergraduate Education, 1Term, Meteorology
  7. 2021, Undergraduate Education, 3Term, Design of Infrastructures
  8. 2021, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Civil and Environmental Engineering Research IIB
  9. 2021, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Civil and Environmental Engineering Seminar IIB
  10. 2021, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 1Term, Special Exercises on Civil and Environmental Engineering A
  11. 2021, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 2Term, Special Exercises on Civil and Environmental Engineering A
  12. 2021, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 3Term, Special Exercises on Civil and Environmental Engineering B
  13. 2021, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, Special Exercises on Civil and Environmental Engineering B
  14. 2021, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Academic Year, Special Study on Civil and Environmental Engineering
  15. 2021, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 2Term, Advanced Environmental Coastal Engineering
  16. 2021, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 1Term, Advanced Meteorology
  17. 2021, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Academic Year, Special Study on Civil and Environmental Engineering

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. ★, Enhanced power performance of an in situ sediment microbial fuel cell with steel-slag as the redox catalyst: I. electricity generation, SUSTAINABLE ENERGY & FUELS, 4(3), 1363-1371, 20200301
  2. Remediation of contaminated sediment originating from wastewater at harbor areas using slaked lime - fly ash - cement mixture, ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE, 227, 20191031
  3. ★, Nutrient salt removal by steel-making slag in sediment microbial fuel cells, ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY, 40(22), 2906-2912, 20191002
  4. ★, Improvement in benthic habitat environment via granulated coal ash in a water body exposed to wastewater discharge, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 16(7), 3211-3220, 201907
  5. ★, Dissolution characteristics of granulated coal ash in different saline water conditions, CHEMICAL ENGINEERING COMMUNICATIONS, 206(4), 535-540, 2019
  6. Suppression of nutrient release from freshwater lake sediments using granulated coal ash, WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY-WATER SUPPLY, 18(5), 1810-1824, 201810
  7. ★, Improvement in benthic habitat environment via granulated coal ash in a water body exposed to wastewater discharge, International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, 20180830
  8. Influence of Kuroshio Path on Salinity Distribution in Seto Inland Sea, JOURNAL OF COASTAL RESEARCH, 21-25, 201805
  9. Exploratory study on improving the benthic environment in sediment by sediment microbial fuel cells, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 15(3), 507-512, 201803
  10. Investigation on the function of GCA as a filter material, International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering(ICCEE2017), 133-134, 201711
  11. Loss on Ignition-Based Indices for Evaluating Organic Matter Characteristics of Littoral Sediments, PEDOSPHERE, 27(5), 978-984, 201710
  12. Improvement of Water Quality by Granulated Coal Ash in the Pasig River and Its Tributaries, Asian and Pacific Coasts 2017, 861-867, 201710
  13. Thermal Analysis (TG-DTA) for Identify Organic Matter Conditions in Sediment, Asian and Pacific Coasts 2017, 904-912, 201710
  14. Development of electrochemical method for improving water quality, Asian and Pacific Coasts 2017, 913-921, 201710
  15. Variation in properties of the sediment following electrokinetic treatments, ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY, 38(3), 277-284, 201702
  16. A pilot study on remediation of muddy tidal flat using porous pile, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 114(2), 837-842, 20170130
  17. Variation in properties of the sediment following electrokinetic treatment, ENVIRNMENTAL TECHNOLOGY, 38(3), 277-287, 2017
  18. Evaluation of Granulated Coal Ash as Artificial Seabed for Eelgrass, JOURNAL OF COASTAL RESEARCH, 40-44, 2017
  19. Relaxing the formation of hypoxic bottom water with sediment microbial fuel cells, ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY, 38(23), 3016-3025, 2017
  20. Temporal variations of groundwater salinity and temperature in a tidal flat in front of a tide pool, CONTINENTAL SHELF RESEARCH, 122, 29-35, 20160701
  21. An Influence of Salinity on Resuspension of Cohesive Sediment, JOURNAL OF COASTAL RESEARCH, 68-72, 201603
  22. An Influence of Salinity on Resuspension of Cohesive Sediment, Journal of Coastal Research, 75(1), 68-72, 2016
  23. MEASUREMENT OF MUD FLOC-SETTLING VELOCITY USING A LASER DIFFRACTION PARTICLE SIZE DISTRIBUTION ANALYZER, COASTAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL, 56(3), 201409
  24. Measurement of mud floc-settling velocity using a laser diffraction particle size distribution analyzer, Coastal Engineering Journal, Vol.56(No.3), 1450012-1-1450012-16, 201409
  25. Field experiments on remediation of coastal sediments using granulated coal ash,, Marine Pollution Bulletin 83, 132-137, 201407
  26. Field experiments on remediation of coastal sediments using granulated coal ash, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 83(1), 132-137, 20140615
  27. ★, Characteristics of electricity generation and biodegradation in tidal river sludge-used microbial fuel cells, BIORESOURCE TECHNOLOGY, 158, 225-230, 201404
  28. Measurement of Sediment Retention in a Sandy Tidal Flat Based on Pressure Drop Model, TRANSPORT IN POROUS MEDIA, 102(1), 123-136, 201403
  29. Application of Granulated Coal Ash for Remediation of Coastal Sedimentm,, Journal of the Korean Society for Marine Environment and Energy Vol. 17, 1-7, 201402
  30. Experimental investigation on effects of acid/base waters on the bottom sediment of Kaita Cove (Hiroshima, Japan), ESTUARINE COASTAL AND SHELF SCIENCE, 135, 18-23, 20131220
  31. MODELING THE SETTLING VELOCITY OF ORGANIC SETTLING MATTER WITH THE CONSIDERATION OF ORGANIC PROPERTIES, COASTAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL, 55(4), 201312
  32. A method for investigation of sediment retention in sandy tidal flats, Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Asian for Coats, 254-260, 201309
  33. A method using granulated coal ash for disposal of the sludge carried by Tsunami,, Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Asian for Coats, 341-352, 201309
  34. Identification of the condition of sea bottom sediment based on ignition behavior, Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Asian for Coats, 814-821, 201309
  35. Influenced distance of anode electrode on sediment remediation in a sediment microbial fuel cell, Proceedings of 'the 4th International MicrobialFuelCell Conference, 186-187, 201309
  36. Stabilization of the output voltage of sediment microbial fuel cell using alkaline material,, Proceedings of the 4th International MicrobialFuelCell Conference, 66-67, 201309
  37. Permeability Reduction by Sediment Retention in Saturated Sand Columns, TRANSPORT IN POROUS MEDIA, 98(3), 615-630, 201307
  38. PREDICTION OF THE RETENTION VOLUME OF SEDIMENT DURING WATER-BASED SEDIMENT INJECTION, JOURNAL OF POROUS MEDIA, 16(6), 547-557, 2013
  39. PREDICTION OF THE RETENTION VOLUME OF SEDIMENT DURING WATER-BASED SEDIMENT INJECTION, JOURNAL OF POROUS MEDIA, 16(6), 547-557, 2013
  40. Remediation of muddy tidal flat sediments using hot air-dried crushed oyster shells, MARINE POLLUTION BULLETIN, 64(11), 2428-2434, 201211
  41. Deposition Behavior of Mud in Sand Beds Under the Effects of Organic Properties, TRANSPORT IN POROUS MEDIA, 91(2), 531-546, 201201
  42. A STUDY ON PORT PLANNING WITH BERTHING SHIP MOTIONS DUE TO STRONG TIDAL CURRENTS, COASTAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL, 53(4), 319-342, 201112
  43. ★, MODELING OF SETTLING AND DEPOSITION OF SUSPENDED ORGANIC MATTER CONSIDERING BIODEGRADATION, COASTAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL, 53(3), 181-200, 201109
  44. Sea Level Relation at Two Open Sea Boundaries of The Seto Inland Sea, Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Asian and Pacific Coasts, 744-757, 20070901
  45. The Characteristics of Organic Matters Circulation in Hiroshima Bay, Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Asian and Pacific Coasts, 2051-2062, 20070901
  46. The Groundwater Flow Mechanism in The Ota River Estuary and The Formation of High Turbidity Layer in Hiroshima Bay, Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Asian and Pacific Coasts, 968-979, 20070901
  47. Influence of the Kuroshio stream path variation on current fields in the Seto Inland Sea, Proceedings of the 14th PAMS/JECSS Workshop, 244-247, 20070501
  48. Swelling Sediment by Pore Water Movement at the Bottom of the Sea, ICCEE-2005, 239-428, 20051001
  49. Seasonal Variation Characteristics of Current structure and Quantitative Analysis of Seawater Exchange in Ohfunato Bay, Coastal Engineering Journal, 47(2-3), 109-130, 20050901
  50. Pore Water Movement in the Consolidated Sediment at the Sea Bottom, Asian and Pacific Coasts 2005, pp.920-930, 20050901
  51. Study on the Transportation of Organic Mud in the Ohtagawa Estuary, Asian and Pacific Coasts 2005, pp.956-966, 20050901
  52. Estimation of Current with Considering the Density and Sea Level Pressure Distribution in the Seto Inland Sea, Asian and Pacific Coasts 2005, pp.190-199, 20050901
  53. Effect of the Kuroshio meandering on sea levels along the Pacific coast, COASTAL ENGINEERING 2004 (Proceedings of the 29th International Conference), 2, 1650-1661, 20050401
  54. Seasonal variation characteristics of current structure and quantitative analysis of seawater exchange in Ohfunato Bay, COASTAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL, 47(2-3), 109-130, 2005
  55. Consequences of North Pacific sea-level oscillation and an estimation of density at open sea boundaries, COASTAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL, 46(4), 441-468, 200412
  56. Consequences of North Pacific Sea-Level Oscillation and an Estimation of Density at Open Sea Boundaries, Coastal Engineering Journal=JSCE, 46(4), 441-468, 20040901
  57. An Analysis of Currents in the Seto Inland Sea, Proceedings of International Conference on Civil and Environmental Engineering 2004, 139-148, 20040901
  58. Effect of the Kuroshio Meandering on Sea Levels along the Pacfic Coast, Proceedings of the 29th International Conference on Coastal Engineering, 1650-1662, 20040901
  59. Mechanism of Seawater Exchange in Semi-Enclosed Bay with Sill and Its Modeling, Proceedings of the 29th International Conference on Coastal Engineering, 1160-1172, 20040901
  60. Resuspension and physical properties of natural cohesive sediment in estuary, ESA 88th Annual Meeting Abstract (CD-ROM), 20030801
  61. Inter-annual fluctuation of water quality in Seto Inland Sea: Relationship with sea levels at the entrances of the inland sea, COASTAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL, 45(2), 211-233, 200306
  62. Inter-Annual Fluctuation of Water Quality in Seto Inland Sea-Relationship with Sea Levels at the Entrances of the Inland Sea-,, Coastal Engineering Journal=JSCE, 45(2), 211-233, 20030401
  63. CONSEQUENCES OF THE KUROSHIO PATH FOR HYDRAULIC PHENOMENA AROUND SETO INLAND SEA, Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu B, 46, 971-976, 2002
  64. Generation and Breakdown Mechanisms for Anoxic Layers in Ohfunato Bay, Asian and Pacific Engineering Conference 2001, 305-314, 20011001
  65. Estimation of Mean Sea Level in the Seto Inland Sea, Japan, Asian and Pacific Engineering Conference 2001, 294-304, 20011001
  66. Estimation of Mean Sea Level in the Seto Inland Sea, Japan, Proc. of the 1st Asian and Pacific Coastal Eng. Conf., 297-304, 20010401
  67. Generation and Breakdown Mechanisms for Anoxic Layers in Ofunato Bay, Proc. of the 1st Asian and Pacific Coastal Eng. Conf., 305-314, 20010401
  68. Preliminary Use of Global Meteorological Information as an Indicator for Long Term Water Exchange in an Estuary - Development of Aleutian Low and Ocean Current -, ICCE2000, 4, 3669-3682, 20000701
  69. Application of discrete vortex method as turbulent modelling for studies of local eddy generation in coastal waters, ICCE2000, 4, 3767-3776, 20000701
  70. Simulation of Kanmon Strait; A channel between two seas, ICCE2000, 4, 3861-3869, 20000701
  71. Preliminary Use of Global Meteorological Information as an Indicator for Long Term Water Exchange in an Estuary-Development of Aleutian Low and Ocean Current-, Coastal Engineering= ASCE, 4, 3669-3682, 20000401
  72. The use of ground based high frequency radar techniques for the characterisation of river overflows in Tokyo Bay, CDROM, 19991101
  73. Consequence of ocean currents for estuary water quality along Sanriku shore, The 2nd Joint Meeting of the CEST Panel of the UJNR, 43-51, 19991101
  74. Application of discrete vortex method as turbulent modelling tool on local eddy generation in coastal waters, The first international conference on vortex methods, Cdrom, 19990901
  75. A study of anoxic water structures generated in deep bay enclosed by tsunami breakwaters, Environmental Coastal Regions= WITPRESS, 373-382, 19980901
  76. Water Circulation System in Enclosed Bay and its Utilization for Water Quality Management, The 1st Joint Meeting of the CEST Panel of the UJNR, 14.1-20, 19980301
  77. cDNA cloning and expression of the plastidic copper/zinc-superoxide dismutase from spinach (Spinacia oleracea L.) leaves, Plant and Cell Physiology, 34(6), 965-968, 19930901
  78. Nucleotide sequence of cDNA for the cytosolic Cu/Zn-superoxide dismutase from spinach (Spinacia oleracea L.), Nucleic Acids Research, 18(16), 4923-4923, 19900801
  79. Suppression of nutrient release from freshwater lake sediments using granulated coal ash, Water Science & Technology: Water Supply, 18(5), 1810-1824, 201810
  80. Remediation of Sediment Deposited near Sewage Outlet with Solar Cell-Combined Sediment Microbial Fuel Cells, International Journal of Environmental Protection, 8(1), 18-24, 201812
  81. Improvement of Sediment and Water Quality with Solar Cell-Combined Sediment Microbial Fuel Cells in Oyster Farms, International Journal of Environmental Protection, 8(1), 32-37, 201812

Publications such as books

  1. 2002/09, Coastal Environment , WIT Press, 2002, 09, Scholarly Book, Cocompilation, 453

Invited Lecture, Oral Presentation, Poster Presentation

  1. Seminar on the Use of Granulated Coal Ash (GCA) to Improve Water and Sediment Quality, 2017/02/24, With Invitation, English, UP Institute of Civil Engineering, UP Diliman
  2. Effective use of environmental resources for coexistence between human and nature, 2016/04/21, With Invitation, English