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US 2023-07-27
Fukuoka West Japan General Exhibition Center Annex Development of viscosity measurement method under extreme low-shear rate
Mika Iga, Satoshi Ishida (Nippon Paint CS), Keiji Sakai (IIS, The Univ. of Tokyo) US2023-20
We have developed a measurement technique using the EMS (Electro Magnetically Spinning) method to measure the viscosity ... [more] US2023-20
US 2023-07-28
Fukuoka West Japan General Exhibition Center Annex Viscosity behavior of low viscosity samples in the low shear rate range
Miki Horanp (Univ. of Tokyo), Taichi Hirano (Meiji Univ.), Shujiro Mitani, Keiji Sakai (Univ. of Tokyo) US2023-28
The viscosity behavior of “low viscous liquid in the low shear-rate region” was evaluated with an EMS viscometer. EMS i... [more] US2023-28
EMD 2023-03-03
Saitama NIT and Online
(Primary: On-site, Secondary: Online)
Effect of Lubricants on Electrical Characteristics of Sliding Contacts in Gold-plated Slip-ring System
Naoya Chiba, Takuma Matsuzaki, Koichiro Sawa, Takahiro Ueno (NIT) EMD2022-34
An electric sliding contact mechanism is a means of transmitting power and signals between stationary and moving objects... [more] EMD2022-34
US 2022-11-29
Toyama Consortium of universities in toyama Low viscosity characteristics of 100MHz SC-cut QCM using Drop Method
Yingbo Sun, Yudai Maruyama, Yuta Aoki, Kengo Hara, Yasuaki Watanabe (TMU) US2022-43
QCM (quartz crystal microbalance) has an advantage in that various objects can be easily evaluated An AT-cut crystal res... [more] US2022-43
US 2022-07-29
Fukuoka Kyushu Univ. (Chikushi Campus) Fabrication of picoliter droplet of non-Newtonian viscous liquid
Shujiro Mitani (Univ. Tokyo), Satoshi Ishida (Nippon Paint Corporate Solutions), Keiji Sakai (Univ. Tokyo) US2022-28
A novel device for fabricating picoliter droplets has been developed that can be made highly viscous liquids into drople... [more] US2022-28
US 2020-07-31
Online Online Rheological analysis for a paint that gives a smooth surface -- Control of roller marks --
Satoshi Ishida (Nippon Paint Holdings) US2020-16
The Surface of paint film coated by roller has the streak like concavities and convexities. They are called roller mark ... [more] US2020-16
Kyoto Doshisha Univ. Application of micro-gel beads generated by inkjet system for mimic bio-material
Shujiro Mitani, Taichi Hirano, Keiji Sakai (IIS, Univ.of Tokyo) US2019-90
Using a inkjet system, it is possible to generate microdroplets with uniform size, ~ 30 µm in diameter, and uniform shap... [more] US2019-90
PRMU 2019-10-18
Tokyo   Human Perception of Fluid Viscosity Based on Optical Flow
Wataru Suzuki (NCNP), Atsushi Hiyama (Univ. Tokyo), Wakayo Yamashita (Kagoshima Univ.), Noritaka Ichinohe (NCNP), Takeharu Seno (Kyushu Univ.), Hiroshige Takeichi (RIKEN) PRMU2019-31
A psychophysical experiment was conducted for participants to view and rate viscosity of the simulated fluid in the vide... [more] PRMU2019-31
US 2019-07-29
Hokkaido   Fabrication of thickness-shear mode resonators with ZnO film and their frequency characteristics of liquid loading
Masaya Miyata, Shinji Takayanagi, Mami Matsukawa (Doshisha Univ.), Takahiko Yanagitani (Waseda Univ.) US2019-34
Thickness-shear mode resonators are applied to sensors to measure liquid viscosity and antigen-antibody reaction, becaus... [more] US2019-34
US 2018-10-04
Miyagi   Evaluation of fluid viscosity in the ultrahigh frequency range using quasi-shear mode c-axis tilted ScAlN thin film resonators
Yui Yamakawa, Takumi Soutome, Rei Karasawa, Takahiko Yanagitani (Waseda Univ.) US2018-53
In the fluid viscosity evaluation based on the QCM (Quartz Crystal Microbalance), the quartz crystal plate is required t... [more] US2018-53
CQ 2018-08-24
Shiga Ritsumeikan Univ. Biwako-Kusatsu Campus (BKC) QoE Assessment of Adaptive Viscoelasticity Control in Remote Control System with Haptics -- Effect Against Speed Change of Pen Stroke --
Takuya Abe, Yutaka Ishibashi (NIT), Hitoshi Ohnishi (OUJ) CQ2018-60
In this report, we handle a remote control system with haptics in which a user can operate a haptic interface device at ... [more] CQ2018-60
US 2018-07-31
Kyoto   Rheological measurements applying the EMS(Electro-Magnetically-Spinning) method -- Rheology Spectrometer, big benefits --
Yoshikazu Yamakawa, Yoji Okada (TE), Taichi Hirano, Keiji Sakai (UTokyo) US2018-33
Recently, we developed a new type of visco/Rheometer based on the Electro-Magnetically Spinning (EMS) method.
A new Di... [more]
US 2018-07-31
Kyoto   Temperature dependence of reorientational viscosity of cyano-biphenyl liquid crystals in isotropic phase
Tatsuro Matsuoka, Ken Okada (Nagoya Univ.) US2018-34
It has been reported that cyanobiphenyl type liquid crystals make molecular association even in isotropic phase and they... [more] US2018-34
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Okinawa Okinawa Industry Support Center Adaptive Viscoelasticity Control in Remote Control System
Yusuke Komatsu (NIT), Hitoshi Ohnishi (OUJ), Yutaka Ishibashi (NIT) CQ2017-120
In this report, we propose adaptive viscoelasticity control which dynamically changes the viscosity and elasticity coeffic... [more] CQ2017-120
EMD 2018-03-02
Saitama Nippon Institute of Technology Influence of viscosity of oil on contact resistance
Hiroki Ueoka, Yusuke Aoki, Kazuo Iida (Mie Univ.) EMD2017-65
Currently, it is necessary to decrease the insertion force to the automobile connector. Contact oil is one of the means ... [more] EMD2017-65
Osaka   [Poster Presentation] Model for viscosity estimation from acoustic emission spectra of single bubble oscillation
Yuto Hatanaka, Takanobu Kuroyama (NIT, Gifu College) US2017-96
A viscosity estimation model from the acoustic emission of single bubble system is constructed. The relationship between... [more] US2017-96
MVE 2017-09-21
Chiba Chiba Univ. Effect of Stabilization Control by Viscosity in Remote Robot System
Takafumi Rikiishi, Yutaka Ishibashi (Nagoya Inst. of Tech.), Pingguo Huang (Seijoh Univ.), Takanori Miyoshi (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.), Hitoshi Ohnishi (Open Univ. of Japan), Yuichiro Tateiwa (Nagoya Inst. of Tech.), Kostas E. Psannis (Univ. of Macedonia, Greece), Hitoshi Watanabe (Tokyo Univ. of Science) MVE2017-19
In this report, we investigate the effect of stabilization control by viscosity in a remote robot system where a user ca... [more] MVE2017-19
US 2017-07-27
Okayama   Technology for reducing paint-spatter in roller-coating
Satoshi Ishida, Kenta Koike (NPHD) US2017-31
Paint-spatter in roller-coating is one of the important workability. Last year, we reported two factors (1.Spinnability
... [more]
US 2017-07-27
Okayama   Simultaneous viscosity evaluation in the MHz to GHz range by using shear mode HBAR consisting of ScAlN thin film/low TCF substrate
Yui Yamakawa, Ko-hei Sano, Rei Karasawa (Waseda Univ.), Takahiko Yanagitani (Waseda Univ./JST) US2017-42
In order to study relaxation characteristics of viscoelasticity of the liquid, a wide frequency sweep in the range of MH... [more] US2017-42
CQ 2017-01-20
Osaka Osaka University Nakanoshima Center Adaptive Viscosity Control in Remote Control System
Yusuke Komatsu (NIT), Hitoshi Ohnishi (OUJ), Yutaka Ishibashi (NIT) CQ2016-101
In this report, we propose adaptive viscosity control which dynamically changes the viscosity coefficient according... [more] CQ2016-101
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