NISHIMURA Shinichi

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Name
NISHIMURA Shinichi
Affiliation
Gifu University
Section
Faculty of Applied Biological Sciences
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Leakage of agricultural reservoir due to hydraulic fracturing/Regulating reservoir capacity and its operation toreduce water delivery loss in irrigation canal/The operators of source reservoir should estimate the irrigation requirement and discharge when the distance between source reservoir and beneficial area is long. The estimation of the irrigation requirement is often difficult because the duty of water at the beneficial area is influenced by rainfall. This is one of the causes of water delivery loss. But the discharge before rainfall can be used later on,if it is saved in the regulating reservoir which is built between source reservoir and beneficial area. The regulating reservoir can decrease the amount of water delivery loss.

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Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Associate Professor, Gifu University Faculty of Applied Biological Sciences
 

Published Papers

 
EFFECTS OF CULVERT SHAPES ON POTENTIAL RISK OF HYDRAULIC FRACTURING ADJACENT TO CULVERTS IN EMBANKMENT DAMS
Duy Quan Tran, Shinichi Nishimura, Masateru Senge and Tatsuro Nishiyama
International Journal of GEOMATE   15(52) 38-44   Dec 2018   [Refereed]
RESEARCH ON CAUSE OF DAM FAILURE FROM VIEWPOINT OF HYDRAULIC FRACTURING – CASE STUDY OF A DAM FAILURE IN VIETNAM
Duy Quan Tran, Shinichi Nishimura, Masateru Senge and Tatsuro Nishiyama
International Journal of GEOMATE   14 86-94   Jan 2018   [Refereed]
SEISMIC RISK EVALUATION OF IRRIGATION TANKS: A CASE STUDY IN IBIGAWA-CHO, GIFU PREFECTURE, JAPAN
Chen Fang, Hideyoshi Shimizu, Shin-Ichi Nishimura, Ken Hiramatsu, Takeo Onishi and Tatsuro Nishiyama
International Journal of GEOMATE   14 1-6   Jan 2018   [Refereed]
Medaka in Japanese agricultural water channels – Genetic diversity and conservation –
M.S.A. Mamun, Koji Tsuchida, Takeo Onishi, Ken Hiramatsu, Atsushi Iwasawa and Shinichi Nishimura
Review in Agricultural Sciences   4 8-20   2016   [Refereed]
粘性土における破壊靭性の測定法に関する研究-初期亀裂長と供試体直径との関係
Shin-ichi NISHIMURA(Faculty of Applied Biological Science)
67(6) 47-52   Dec 1999

Misc

 
Ken Hiramatsu, Koyo Yonebayashi, Eiji Ichion, Shinichi Nishimura, Takeo Onishi
Paddy and Water Environment   12 113-123   Jan 2014
Channels and streams flowing through urbanized areas are often modified by lining the channel bed with concrete to prevent flooding caused by land-use changes in the catchment area. Even when eco-friendly works, such as fish pools and fish habitat...
Shinichi Nishimura, Hideyoshi Shimizu, Samson Ngambi, Ryoki Nakano
Soils and Foundations   38 89-95
Leakage of water due to internal erosion through a dam body or foundation is a major problem with fill-type dams. Recent case histories and research suggest that most cases of internal erosion are possibly triggered by hydraulic fracturing. Howeve...
Shin Ichi Nishimura
Soils and Foundations   45 1-8
It is a generally accepted fact that tensile failure takes precedence over shear failure when a material is transformed from a ductile state into a brittle one. In order to evaluate the growth of extensile cracks, two series of compression tests w...
Brou Georges Kakou, Hideyoshi Shimizu, Shinichi Nishimura
Electronic Journal of Geotechnical Engineering   7 A 
In landslide slope stability evaluation, the determination of strength parameters (c and φ) is very important. For soil subjected to repetitive sliding, these parameters reduced to their residual values (cr and φr) are used in the calculation of t...
Shinichi Nishimura, Sang Bong Lee, Kengo Ito, Masateru Senge
Paddy and Water Environment   3 149-154
In the absence of a reservoir on the downstream side, a river flow that increases temporarily by rainfall cannot be stored and discharged apart from requirements in a command area. This unused water (excess water) occurs to some extent even in a d...

Research Grants & Projects

 
Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(C))
Project Year: 2006 - 2008    Investigator(s): Shinichi NISHIMURA
Hydraulic Fracture Tests using Bore Hole in Soft Soil Foundation