NOGAMI Kuniei

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Name
NOGAMI Kuniei
Affiliation
Tokyo Metropolitan University
Section
Graduate School of Urban Environmental Sciences, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Job title
Professor
Degree
Doctor of Structural engineering(Tokyo Metropolitan University)

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1975
   
 
Research associate
 
1997
   
 
Associate professor
 
2008
   
 
Professor
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1975
Faculty of Engineering, Shibaura Institute of Technology
 

Committee Memberships

 
 
   
 
Member, Steel Structures Committee of Japan Society of Civil Engineers
 
 
   
 
Member, Hybride Structures Committee of Japan Society of Civil Engineers
 

Misc

 
Nonlinear Numerical Analysis in Structural Engineering -Today and Future-
J. of JSCE   404    1989

Books etc

 
Discrete Analysis of steel Structural Members and Frames
1991   
Ultimate strength and Design of Steel Structures
JSCE   1991   
Basis and Application of Coanputational Mechamics for Structiural Engineering
JSCE   1994   
Design Code for Steel Structures Part A ; Structures in General
JSCE   1997   
Steel briges-challenges for the 21th century-
1998   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Modeling of the hybrid structure used for continuous composite-girder bridges and research into methods of safety verification during erection
Project Year: 2006   
The frictional and bonding behavior of the joints in the ultimate state is investigated. A model for analyzing the connected state using studs has been proposed. In addition, a means of verifying the safety of the web plates applied patch loading ...
Research on durability (remaining ultimate strength) evaluation method for existing structural members in steel and composite structures
Project Year: 2002   
This research program aims to clarify experimentally and analytically the ultimate strength characteristics and the corrosion parameters that lead to decreases the load-carrying capacity. It also includes a basic study aimed at proposing a method ...
R & D of a more economical structural system for long-span suspension bridges
Project Year: 2006   
a) Clarification of elasto-plastic behavior and ultimate strength characteristics of ultra-long four-span suspension bridges, (b) Clarification of elasto-plastic behavior and load-carrying capacity of the main towers in long-span suspension bridges