MIYANO Michio

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Name
MIYANO Michio
Affiliation
Osaka City University
Degree
Doctor of Engineering

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
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1980
Graduate School, Division of Engineering, Tokyo Metropolitan University
 
 
 - 
1974
Faculty of Engineering, University of Fukui
 

Published Papers

 
The Annual of Physiological Anthropology   13(3) 137-143   May 1994   [Refereed]
The Annual of Physiological Anthropology   13(3) 113-120   May 1994   [Refereed]
Tadashi Dol, Michio MIYANO, Shigeki WATANUKI, Yoshikazu NAKANE
The Annals of Physiological Anthropology   12(1) 11-16   Jan 1993   [Refereed]

Misc

 
Some Investigations on the Seismic Intensity Supposed from Overturning of Gravestones, Damages of Wooden Houses and Others
Proceedings, JSCE   319    1982
Relationships among Hypocentral Distance. Radiation Pattern. Landform and Seismic Intensity on the 1923 Great Kanto Earthquake
Proceedings, JSCE   319    1982
Study on Damage of Wooden Houses due to the Great Kanto Earthquake, 1923
Transactions of the Architectural Institute of Japan   270    1978
On the Damage of Building by Liquefaction of Ground
Transactions of the Architectural Institute of Japan   257    1977
On the Damage in Tokyo Caused by the Earthquake Ansei Edo, 1855 and the Great kanto, 1923
Transactions of the Architectural Institute of Japan   256    1977
Ground Response Analysis of Tokyo Metropolitan Area
Journal of the Japanese Society of Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering   23(12)    1975
The Relation between Subsoil Condition and the Collapse Rate of Wooden Houses due to the Great Knato Earthquake of 1923 in Yokohama City
Journal of Geography   87(5)    1978
The Casualty of the 1946 Nankai Earthquake and its Effect upon Human Behavior
Proceedings of Ninth World Conference on Earthquake Engineering   VII    1988
A Study on Earthquake Damage due to Some Earthquakes in Tokai District
13,7-15    1981
Relationships among Hypocentral Distances, Radiation Patterns, Landforms and Seismic Intensities Estimated from Toppled Tombstones and Damage toWooden Buildings in the Great Kanto Earthquake 1923
Journal of Natural Disaster Science   4(1) 31-49   1982
A Study on Simplified SeismicREsistanceEvaluation Method for Wooden Houses (Part. 1)
Annual Report of the Sciences of Living, Osaka City University   34,177-184    1987
The Casualty of the 1946 Nankai Earthquake Tsunami and its Effect upon Human Beharior
Annual Report of the Sciences of Living, Osaka City University   35,147-154    1988
Daily Accidents Based on the Ambulance Activities
Annual Report of the Sciences of Living, Osaka City Univesity   37,109-117    1990
Frequency Response of Ground in Osaka City Area
Annual Report of the Sciences of Living, Osaka City University   38,105-110    1991
Risk Analysis of Toppled Down Furniture in Dwellings During an Earthquake
Annual of the Sciences of Living, Osaka City University   39,107-123    1992
Human Casualty Due to the Nankai Earthquake Tsunami, 1946
TSUNAMI'93 ; Proceedings of the International Tsunami Symposium   707-715    1993
The Safety and Amenity of Public Space Environment for the Elderly
DEsign of Amenity ; Proceedings of the Internatinal Symposium'93   204-205    1993
Evaluation of Visibility of Information Maps and Guidance Sign on Underground Streets in Umeda, Osaka. Research on Visual Informations Easily Recognized by Aging People
Journal of Archit. Plann. Environ. Engng, AIJ   (457) 151-160   1994
Study on the Causes of Human Casualties Due to Recent Earthquake
Annual Report of Human Life Science, Osaka City University   41 67-80   1994
Buiding Damage Distribution and Human Responses in the Okushiri Island due to the 1993 Hokkaido Nansei-oki Earthquake. Part 1. Characterizatoin of Seismic Impact in View of Building damage Distribution Pattern in the Island
Proceedings of the Ninth Japan Earthquake Engineering Symposium   2 2395-2400   1994
Buiding Damage Distribution and Human Responses in the Okushiri Island due to the 1993 Hokkaido Nansei-oki Earthquake. Part 2. Casualty and Human Behavior
Proceedings of the Ninth Japan Earthquake Engineering Symposium   2 2401-2406   1994
The Effect of Fault Distance to the Relationship between Human Casualties and Housing Damage due to Earthquakes
Journal of Japan Society for Natural Disaster Science   13(3) 287-296   1995
Refuge Life and Management of the Shelter
Journal of Japan Society for Natural Disaster Science   (特別) 24-30   1995
infuluence of Biological Degratedation to the wooden House damaged by the Hyogo-ken Nanbu Earthquake
House and Household Insect Pests   17(1) 70-78   1995
Relationship between Seismic Acceleration and Casualties due to Earthquakes
Journal of Japan Society for Natural Disaster Science   14(2) 161-170   1995
Experimental Research on the Effects of Mats on Alleviating Fatigue
Annual Report of Human Life Science,Osaka City University   43 137-144   1995
Survey of Health Status among Victims of the Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake Living in Evacuation Centers
Japanese Journal of Physiological Anthropology   1(2) 37-43   1996
Social Welfare Facilitie's Damage and their Correspondence on 1995 Great Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake
Papers on City Planning   (31) 841-846   1996
The Influence of Patterns on the Visibility of Floor Gap
Japanese Journal of Physiological Anthropology   1(3) 33-40   1996
Casualty and Rescue Activity at the Higashinada ward of Kobe City
Comprehensive Urban Studies   (61) 145-154   1996
Problems from Evacuation Lives ofter the Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake Disaster Part 1. Shelter and Waiting Place
Japanese Journal of Physiological Anthropology   2(1) 15-26   1997
Study of the Age-group Trait on the Accidents in the Daily Life -Based on the Ambulance Activities in Suita city-
Annual Report of the Science of Living, Osaka City University   44 35-48   1997
Risk Factors Associated with Falling Accidents of the Elderly on the Route of Going to or Returning from Toilet in the Nighttime
Japanese Journal of Physiological Anthropology   2(4) 9-16   1997
Sheltering Due to Daily Living Disruption in Earthquakes
10(3) 3457-3460   1998
Japanese Journal of Physiological Authropology   4(1) 13-16   1999
Japanese Journal of Physiological Authropology   4(1) 7-12   1999

Books etc

 
Creating Home Economics Futures
MIYANO Michio
Australian Academic Press   Jul 2012   
Actual Underground Cave Dwelling in China
1988   
Our Housing and Life
1990   
Casualty and Rescue Activity in the Hygo-Ken Nanbu Earthquake
Proceedings of the World Urban-Earthquake Conference   1998   
Eye Movements When the Elderly Walks Inside of a House
Recent Advances in Physiological Anthropology   1998   
Rescue Activity, Refuge Life and Management of the Shelter
Report on the Hanshin-Awaji Earthquake Disaster   1999   

Works

 
Investigation of Thermal Environment of the Underground Cave Dwellings (YAOTON) in China
1987
Tracing Investigation of Damages due to the 1946 Nankai Earthquake -Casualty and Human Behavior in Tsunami Damage Area-
1988
Tracing Investigation of Damages due to the 1946 Nankai Earthquake -Casualty and Human Behavior in Response to the Fire-
1989
Damage Investigation in Okushiri-island due to the 1993 Hokkaido Nansei-oki Earthquake
1993
Damage Investigation of Wooden Houses due to the 1995 Hyogo-ken Nanbu Earthquake
1995

Research Grants & Projects

 
Disaster Prevention on Regional Scale
Security of Living Environment in Daily Life