Yusaku Sakata
Yusaku Sakata
Emeritus Professor of Okayama University, Chemical Engineering
Verified email at t.okadai.jp
TitleCited byYear
Feedstock recycling and pyrolysis of waste plastics
J Scheirs, W Kaminsky
John Wiley & Sons, 2006
3502006
Comparative studies of oil compositions produced from sawdust, rice husk, lignin and cellulose by hydrothermal treatment
S Karagöz, T Bhaskar, A Muto, Y Sakata
Fuel 84 (7-8), 875-884, 2005
2772005
Degradation of polyethylene and polypropylene into fuel oil by using solid acid and non-acid catalysts
Y Sakata, MA Uddin, A Muto
Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis 51 (1-2), 135-155, 1999
2281999
Low-temperature catalytic hydrothermal treatment of wood biomass: analysis of liquid products
S Karagöz, T Bhaskar, A Muto, Y Sakata, T Oshiki, T Kishimoto
Chemical Engineering Journal 108 (1-2), 127-137, 2005
2212005
Kinetic evaluation of the reactivity of various coal chars for gasification with carbon dioxide in comparison with steam
S Kasaoka, Y Sakata, C Tong
Int. Chem. Eng.;(United States) 25 (1), 1985
2051985
Hydrothermal upgrading of biomass: Effect of K2CO3 concentration and biomass/water ratio on products distribution
S Karagöz, T Bhaskar, A Muto, Y Sakata
Bioresource technology 97 (1), 90-98, 2006
1632006
Thermal and catalytic degradation of structurally different types of polyethylene into fuel oil
MA Uddin, K Koizumi, K Murata, Y Sakata
Polymer degradation and stability 56 (1), 37-44, 1997
1601997
Low-temperature hydrothermal treatment of biomass: effect of reaction parameters on products and boiling point distributions
S Karagöz, T Bhaskar, A Muto, Y Sakata, MA Uddin
Energy & fuels 18 (1), 234-241, 2004
1572004
Evaluation of morphological and chemical aspects of different wood species by spectroscopy and thermal methods
MC Popescu, CM Popescu, G Lisa, Y Sakata
Journal of Molecular Structure 988 (1-3), 65-72, 2011
1492011
Thermal decomposition of flame-retarded high-impact polystyrene
E Jakab, MA Uddin, T Bhaskar, Y Sakata
Journal of analytical and applied pyrolysis 68, 83-99, 2003
1482003
Basic study on a continuous flow reactor for thermal degradation of polymers
K Murata, Y Hirano, Y Sakata, MA Uddin
Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis 65 (1), 71-90, 2002
1462002
Design of molecular sieving carbon-studies on adsorption of various dyes in liquid phase
S Kasaoka
Nippon Kagaku Kaishi 1987, 2260-2266, 1987
1311987
Effect of Rb and Cs carbonates for production of phenols from liquefaction of wood biomass
S Karagöz, T Bhaskar, A Muto, Y Sakata
Fuel 83 (17-18), 2293-2299, 2004
1192004
Recycling of waste lubricant oil into chemical feedstock or fuel oil over supported iron oxide catalysts
T Bhaskar, MA Uddin, A Muto, Y Sakata, Y Omura, K Kimura, Y Kawakami
Fuel 83 (1), 9-15, 2004
1142004
Thermal degradation of polyethylene mixed with poly (vinyl chloride) and poly (ethyleneterephthalate)
Y Sakata, MA Uddin, K Koizumi, K Murata
Polymer Degradation and Stability 53 (1), 111-117, 1996
1051996
Catalytic degradation of polyethylene into fuel oil over mesoporous silica (KFS-16) catalyst
Y Sakata, MA Uddin, A Muto, Y Kanada, K Koizumi, K Murata
Journal of analytical and applied pyrolysis 43 (1), 15-25, 1997
1001997
Pyrolysis studies of PP/PE/PS/PVC/HIPS-Br plastics mixed with PET and dehalogenation (Br, Cl) of the liquid products
T Bhaskar, J Kaneko, A Muto, Y Sakata, E Jakab, T Matsui, MA Uddin
Journal of analytical and applied pyrolysis 72 (1), 27-33, 2004
862004
Effect of pressure on thermal degradation of polyethylene
K Murata, K Sato, Y Sakata
Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis 71 (2), 569-589, 2004
832004
The catalytic effect of Red Mud on the degradation of poly (vinyl chloride) containing polymer mixture into fuel oil
J Yanik, MA Uddin, K Ikeuchi, Y Sakata
Polymer Degradation and Stability 73 (2), 335-346, 2001
772001
Dechlorination of chlorine compounds in poly (vinyl chloride) mixed plastics derived oil by solid sorbents
MA Uddin, Y Sakata, Y Shiraga, A Muto, K Murata
Industrial & engineering chemistry research 38 (4), 1406-1410, 1999
771999
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