Summary of Research Project Results under JSPS FY2001
"Research for the Future Program"



1.Research Institution Teikyo University
 
2. University-Industry Cooperative Research Committee
 129th Committee on Strength and Fracture of Advanced Materials
 
3.Term of Project FY 1997 〜 FY 2001
 
4.Project Number 97R12101
 
5.Title of Project Harmonized Nano−Macro−Information Study on Advanced Materials with High Mechanical Properties and Reliability

6.Project Leader
Name Institution,Department Title of Position
Hiroaki,Masui Teikyo University,School of Science and Engineering Professor

7.Core Members

Names Institution,Department Title of Position
Takeo,Yokobori Teikyo University, School of Science and Engineering Professor
Toshimitsu,Yokobori Tohoku University, Graduate School of Engineering Professor

8.Summary of Research Results

(1). Derivation of simple and feasible formula for strength and fracture based on nano-macro nonlinearily combined mechanics.
(2). Derivation of the prediction law for fracture life and remaining life under high temperature creep,based on nano-macro nonlinearily combined concepts.
(3). Establishment of standardization of the basis of the high temperature creep crack growth testing method.
(4). The clue has been obtained for solving the strength and fracture problems as complexity system science.
(5). Establishment of the basis or the computationaly aided prediction of plastic forming.
(6). Developing the various advanced composites,such as CMC,MMC etc.
(7). Invention of non-invasive diagnostic device for degradation of artery

9.Key Words

(1)nano−macro nonlinearily combined mechanics、(2)prediction law for fracture life and remaining life、(3)Prediction law for reliability based on nano−macro concept
(4)Standardization of creep crack growth testing method、(5)The clue for solving as complexity system science、(6)Computational aided prediction of plastic working
(7)Crystal science based on computation、(8)Developing of various advanced composites、(9)non-invasive diagnostic device for degradation of artery


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