研究室紹介

Structural Systems Engineering

Department of Marine Systems Engineering, Faculty of Engineering

Department of Maritime Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering

Department of Earth Resources, Marine and Civil Engineering, Naval Architecture and Marine Systems Engineering Course, School of Engineering

Ships and offshore structures undergo dynamic loads from wave and cargo, and oscillating forces induced by engine and propulsion systems as well as static loads. To assure the safety of ships and offshore structures, the static and dynamic behavior of the structures under such various loads must be clarified. In the Structural Systems Engineering Laboratory, the comprehensive researches relevant to structural strength and crashworthiness of ships and offshore structures, light-weight structures applying composite materials and fluid-structure interaction problems are performed. Numerical and experimental techniques and tools for these problems are investigated and developed in the laboratory.

Full ship-structural model for numerical analysis

Full ship-structural model for numerical analysis

Staff

Prof. Takao Yoshikawa

The Main Research Topics

  • Structural strength and crashworthiness of vehicles
  • Strength of panel-structures applying composite materials
  • Fluid-structure interaction problems
  • Advanced technique of production and inspection procedure (Ultrasonic detection)
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