研究室紹介

Structural Materials Science

Department of Advanced Materials Science and Engineering Faculty of Engineering Sciences

Department of Molecular and Material Sciences Interdisciplinary, Graduate School of Engineering Sciences

Department of Energy Science and Engineering, School of Engineering

In our laboratory, we conduct research focusing on "high-temperature strength and high-temperature deformation" of "metals and alloys". Strength and deformation of metals and alloys at high temperatures are very important characteristics for the energy related equipment such as engines in aircraft or automobile, turbines and boilers in thermal power generation plant, etc. These high-temperature devices are the core of the industry over the next several decades, and Japan is currently in the position to lead the research and development of high-temperature metallic materials. However, the fundamental physics related to the high temperature strength and deformation of the metal is a research field with many unexplained parts.

Our laboratory conducts extensive research from the development of new high temperature metallic materials aiming at practical application to the clarification of the fundamental deformation mechanism of metals and alloys at high temperature.

Structural Materials Science

Staff

Prof. Hideharu Nakashima
Assoc.Prof. Masatoshi Mitsuhara

The Main Research Topics

  • Development of new high strength ferritic heat-resistant steel with addition of nitrogen and tungsten
  • Development of novel heat-resistant aluminum alloy applying 3D additive manufacturing
  • Clarification of dispersion strengthening mechanism of nickel base heat resistant alloy
  • Study on the relation between deformation behavior and interface structure of titanium alloy
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