Faculty Members SUENAGA Yosuke

  • Environment
  • Energy
  • Mechanical / Aviation


Associate Professor

  • Mechanical Science and Engineering
  • [Master's Program] Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
  • [Doctoral Program] Systems Innovation Engineering

Degrees Obtained

  • Doctorate (Engineering) Field of Degree: Machinery

Fields of Research

  • Combustion engineering

Research Themes

Fundamental combustion research and their applications

The human species are benefiting from combustion. On the other hand, greenhouse gases emitted from combustors cause global warming. To realize a sustainable society, it is necessary to improve the performance of automobile and aircraft engines. To improve the engine performance, it is necessary to elucidate complicated combustion phenomena and then suggest new combustion methods. To this goal, we have conducted basic research focusing on complex flow fields and concentration fields in combustors, and have obtained some important findings. Our research results are useful for the development of ultra-micro combustors and the development of supersonic combustors that enable the production of fine powders of iron and non-ferrous metals.

Teaching Philosophy

My educational guidance policy is to foster students and graduates who can be active participants in the field of mechanical engineering by establishing my students’ basic knowledge and, in the process, help them acquire the basic skills to function as members of society.