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Japan Society for the Promotion of Science / Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research
2. FY2008-FY2010 Scientific Research (B)
No. 20360384
Inorganic Compound CFRP (Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic) with High Hydrogen Gas Barrier Performance
1. FY2007-FY2009 Exploratory Research
No. 19656227
Study on Separation Vortex Structure at Ultra Low Reynolds Number and its Application to Lifting Surface Design of Mars Flight Exploration System

Japan Science and Technology Agency
1. FY2008 Promotion of Seeds
ID-8010021575K
Development of new Ceramic Composites CFRP with High Hydrogen Gas Barrier Characteristics

Contract Research / Joint Research Grants
10. FY2008 Independent Administrative Institution Research on Flight Adaptive Optimal Guidance and Control System
9. FY2008 Independent Administrative Institution Research on Ceramic Compound CFRP (Carbon Fiber Reinforce Plastics) for Liquid Hydrogen Tank
8. FY2008 Independent Administrative Institution Preliminary Research on Mars Flight Exploration System
7. FY2008 Independent Administrative Institution Research on New Concept of Composite Tank Elements for Cryogenic Propellant
6. FY2007 Independent Administrative Institution Study on the Flight Verification Test Using Small Winged Experimental Rocket (Phase II)
5. FY2007 Independent Administrative Institution Preliminary Composite Material Tests for Development of Liquid Hydrogen Tank
4. FY2007 Aerospace Industry Investigation on the Gas Barrier Characteristics of CLAIST Film
3. FY2007 Independent Administrative Institution Study on the Flight Verification Test Using Small Winged Experimental Rocket
2. FY2006 Aerospace Industry Study on the Future Space Transportation System
1. FY2006 Independent Administrative Institution Study o the Lateral and Directional Controllability Criteria of Reentry Vehicle

Research Denotions
1. FY2007 Aerospace Industry Study on the Reusable Space Transportation System and Small Experimental Rocket