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Technical Committee on Ultrasonics (US)  (Searched in: 2017)

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US 2017-07-27
Okayama   Measurement of Surface viscosity of 2D fractal structure with Disk-EMS system
Maiko Hosoda, Kazuna Okabe (TDU), Keiji Sakai (Univ. of Tokyo) US2017-30
 [more] US2017-30
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   Molecular adsorption process of surfactant aqueous solution
Ryo Asai, Ryohsuke Yokota, Daichi Hayakawa, Shujiro Mitani, Keiji Sakai (Univ. of Tokyo) US2017-32
 [more] US2017-32
US 2017-07-27
Okayama   Amplitude effect on oscillation period of microdroplets
Ryohsuke Yokota, Ryo Asai, Daichi Hayakawa, Syujiro Mitani, Keiji Sakai (Univ. of Tokyo) US2017-33
 [more] US2017-33
US 2017-07-27
Okayama   Observation of oscillation and relaxation of ultrasonically induced birefringence in aqueous solutions of CTAB-NaSal and CTAB-NapTS
Tatsuro Matsuoka, Yuta Matsuda (Nagoya Univ.) US2017-34
Aqueous solutions with addition of sodium salicylate (NaSal) or sodium toluenesulfonate (NapTS) as organic salts to cety... [more] US2017-34
US 2017-07-27
Okayama   Effect of solutes on molecular association of 5CB solution in isotropic phase -- From the view of pseudo critical temperature and dielectric relaxation strength --
Tatsuro Matsuoka, Ken Okada, Ryohei Itoh, Tsuyoshi Yamaguchi (Nagoya Univ.) US2017-35
It has been reported that cyanobiphenyl type liquid crystals make molecular association even in isotropic phase. In this... [more] US2017-35
US 2017-07-27
Okayama   Quantitative evaluation of reaction rate in chemical reaction between microbubbles and biomolecules.
Yuta Otsuki (Doshisha Univ.), Kenji Yoshida (chiba Univ.), Yasuhiro Yokoi, Yoshiaki Watanabe (Doshisha Univ.) US2017-36
 [more] US2017-36
US 2017-07-27
Okayama   Study on Ultrasonic Emulsification Condition using Microchannel Device
Takefumi Kanda, Kenichi Onishi, Yusuke Kiyama (Okayama Univ.), Koichi Suzumori (Tokyo Tech), Tsutomu Ono, Ken-ichi Ogawara, Kazutaka Higaki (Okayama Univ.) US2017-37
In this study, a condition of generating emulsion has been observed and evaluated. The emulsion is generated in the micr... [more] US2017-37
US 2017-07-27
Okayama   Size Distribution of Fluorinert/Water Emulsion Probed by Novel Static and Dynamic Ultrasound Scattering Techniques.
Ting Dong, Kazuki Sugita, Tomohisa Norisuye, Hideyuki Nakanishi, Qui Tran-cong-miyata (KIT) US2017-38
 [more] US2017-38
US 2017-07-27
Okayama   Dynamics of Nano- and Submicron-sized Particles in Suspension Probed by Dynamic Ultrasound Scattering Technique.
Tomohisa Norisuye, Kazuki Sugita, Hideyuki Nakanishi, Qui Tran-cong-miyata (KIT) US2017-39
 [more] US2017-39
US 2017-07-27
Okayama   Focus and Frequency Evaluation of Focused Ultrasonic Probe Using Concave Transducer
Yuusuke Tanaka, Junnichi Kitada, Yukio Ogura (Japan Probe) US2017-40
The focal position of the focused ultrasonic probe using a concave transducer was investigated for the focal points of p... [more] US2017-40
US 2017-07-27
Okayama   Performance improvement of ultrasonic motor using polymer-based vibrator -- Employment of triple-layered vibrator and higher-order vibration modes --
Jiang Wu, Yosuke Mizuno, Kentaro Nakamura (Tokyo Tech) US2017-41
Our previous study has shown that, comparing to the conventional metal-based ultrasonic motors, the polymer-based ultras... [more] US2017-41
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
US 2017-07-27
Okayama   Ultrasonic Propagation in Phononic Crystals and Optical Visualization
Kensuke Manabe, Atsushi Ishikawa, Takehumi Kanda, Kenji Tsuruta (Okayama Univ) US2017-43
(To be available after the conference date) [more] US2017-43
US 2017-07-27
Okayama   Rapid measurement of longitudinal and shear wave velocities by Brillouin scattering from coherent induced phonons
Masahiko Kawabe (Doshisha Univ.), Takahiko Yanagitani (Waseda Univ.), Shibagaki Yoshiaki (Doshisha Univ.), Shinji Takayanagi (Nagoya Inst. of Tech.), Masashi Suzuki (Waseda Univ.), Mami Matsukawa (Doshisha Univ.) US2017-44
Brillouin scattering method enables to evaluate thin films or transparent materials in the range from several hundred MH... [more] US2017-44
US 2017-07-27
Okayama   Brillouin scattering study of relaxor ferroelectric PMNT crystals
Seiji Kojima, M. A. Helal, M. Aftabuzzaman (Univ. Tsukuba), Juras Banys (Vilnius Univ.) US2017-45
 [more] US2017-45
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