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US 2022-01-25
Online Online Application of Ultrasonic Vibration to Creating Texture Technology
Shigeru Aoki (TMCIT), Yasunori Sakai (SIT), Tomohisa Tanaka (TIT) US2021-63
The purpose of the study is to develop a machining technology to create texture with high precision and efficiency on la... [more] US2021-63
US 2020-12-14
Online Online Creating Latticed Plane Texture Using Micro Ultrasonic Knurling Technology
Shigeru Aoki (TMCIT), Yasunori Sakai (SIT), Tomohisa Tanaka (TIT) US2020-56
Sliding surface in mechanical system is required to move smoothly and stop at target position. It is necessary to develo... [more] US2020-56
US 2019-12-11
Tokyo   Fundamental Experiment for Knurling Technology Using Ultrasonic Vibration
Shigeru Aoki (TMCIT), Yasunori Sakai (Shibaura Inst. Tech), Tomohisa Tanaka (Tokyo Inst. Tech.) US2019-69
Sliding surface can move smoothly and stop by giving adequate friction force. Friction force is controlled by developing... [more] US2019-69
US 2018-12-10
Tokyo   On application of ultrasonic vibration to manufacturing and future aspects
Shigeru Aoki (TMICT), Yasunori Sakai, Tomohisa Tanaka (Tokyo Institute of Technology) US2018-77
Ultrasonic vibration is applied to many manufacturing fields The authors have applied ultrasonic vibration to manufactur... [more] US2018-77
US 2017-12-11
Tokyo   Effect of Ultrasonic Vibration on Microbubble Cleaning
Shigeru Aoki, Hiroshi Ikeda, Katsumi Kurita (TMCIT), Seiji Hirai (Inst. of Technologists) US2017-77
This research is aimed to clarify the relationship between frequency of ultrasonic vibration and cleaning effects. The ... [more] US2017-77
US 2015-12-21
Tokyo Surugadai Campus, Nihon University Rediction Method for Residual Stress on Welded Joint Using Ultrasonic Vibrations -- Comparison with Method Using Single Ultrasonic Vibration --
Shigeru Aoki, Katsumi Kurita (Tokyo Metro. Colle. Industrial Tech.), Shigeomi Koshimizu (Advanced Instit. of Indust. Tech) US2015-79
 [more] US2015-79
US 2013-09-12
Miyagi Tohoku University Ultrasonic Coring of Glass Disk using Double Core Tool
Shigeomi Koshimizu (AIIT), Shigeru Aoki (TMCIT) US2013-45
 [more] US2013-45
US 2012-12-18
Kanagawa Suzukakedai Campus, Tokyo Institute of Technology Basic study on cleaning of machine part using microbubble in ultrasonic field
Yuki Nakamura, Hiroshi Ikeda, Katsumi Kurita, Shigeru Aoki (TMCIT), Seiji Hirai, Makoto Kohmura (IT) US2012-81
In this study, a new cleaning method of machine parts using tap water and microbubble in ultrasonic field(28 kHz, 100 W)... [more] US2012-81
US 2010-12-16
Kanagawa Suzukakedai Campus, Tokyo Institute of Technology Reduction Method for Residual Stress on Welded Joint Using Ultrasonic and Low Frequency Vibrations -- Simulation Using Model with Plastic Deformation --
Shigeru Aoki, Tadashi Nishimura, Tetsumaro Hiroi, Katsumi Kurita (TMCIT), Seiji Hirai (IOT), Shigeomi Koshimizu (AIIT) US2010-91
Welding is widely used for construction of many structures. Residual stress is generated near the bead because of locall... [more] US2010-91
US 2007-12-13
Kanagawa Tokyo Inst. of Tech. (Suzukake-dai) Reduction of Residual Stress of Welded Joint Using 2 Ultrasonic Vibrations
Shigeru Aoki, Tadashi Nishimura, Tetsumaro Hiroi (TMCIT), Seiji Hirai (Inst. of Tech.) US2007-86
For reduction of residual stress in welded joint, a method using ultrasonic vibration during welding is proposed. Using ... [more] US2007-86
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