Summary of Research Project Results under JSPS FY2003
"Research for the Future Program"

1.Research Institution Tokyo Metropolitan University
2.Research Area Integrated Fields
3.Research Field Behavior of Substances and Organisms under High Magnetic Field
4.Term of Project FY 1999 - FY 2003
5.Project Number 99I00802
6.Title of Project Application of the Magnetic Separation under a Strong Magnetic Field to the Environment Improvement and Resources Circulation

7.Project Leader
Name Institution,Department Title of Position
Tsuneo ,Watanabe Tokyo Metropolitan University, Graduate School of Engineering Professor

8.Core Members

Names Institution,Department Title of Position
Shigehiro ,Nishijima Osaka University, Graduate School of Engineering Professor

9.Summary of Research Results

< Basic Research Development >
1) Design of Open Type High Gradient Magnetic Field
2) Removal of Heavy Metal from Solution by Adsorption with Bacterially-produced Magnetic Iron Suipide particles using High Gradient Magnetic Separation
3) Magnetic Removal of Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts in Water
4) Development of Magnetic Gel for Waste Water Treatment
5) Development Magnetized Substances
6) Magnetic Separation Filter consisting of a Flow Channel and a Retention Part
7) Condensation of Tritium under Strong Magnetic Field with Elctrolysis
8) Analysis of Coagulated Magnetic Particles produced by Electrplysis
9) Development of Method of Magnesium Coagulation
10) Development of Substances for Heavy Oil Collection
< Practical Application >
1) Magnetic Separation of Microcystis and its use for Manure
2) Recovery of Abrasives from Wasted Slurry by Superconducting High Gradient Magnetic Separation
3) Purification of Wasted Water from a Paper Manufactory by Magnetic Separation
4) Landfill Leachate Treatment by Electrolysis and Magnetic Separation
5) Human Wasted Water Treatment by Elctrolysis and Magnetic Seaparation
6) Manucipal Sewage Treatment by Activated Magnetic-sludges System for Zero Emission

10.Key Words
(1)Magnetic Separation   (2)Magnetization   (3)Open type High Gradient Magnetic Field
(4)Environment Improvement   (5)Resources Circulation   (6)Waste Water Treatment