KIDO Mitsuo

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Name
KIDO Mitsuo
Affiliation
Hiroshima Institute of Technology
Section
Faculty of Engineering, Department of Mechanical Systems Engineering
Job title
Professor
Degree
(BLANK)

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1971
Faculty of Engineering, Meijo University
 

Misc

 
Effect of Specimen Shape on the Delayed Failure Strength of High Strength Steel Prestressed by Partial Unloading
66(10)    1980
Delayed Failure under Repeating Stress in Various High Strength Steels
Transactions of The Iron and Steel Institute of Japan   2(12)    1981
Increase of Delayed Failure Strength by Partial Unloading Method
Transactions of The Iron and Steel Institute of Japan   22(2)    1982
Improvement of Corrosion Fatigue Strength of Notched High Strength Steel by Partial Unloading Method
32(354)    1983
Effect of Pre-austenite Grain Size on the Crack Propagation Velocity in Delayed Failure under Repeated Load
50(2)    1986

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Effect of stress on the Impedance of Type 304 stainless steel in sulfuric Acid solution (POSTER SESSION)
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ENVIRONMENT INDUCED CROCKING OF METALS (In Kohkler, WISCONSIN,USA)   1988   
Delayed Failure Crack Propagation Behavior under Mixed-mode Loading
Proceeding INTER-Confe on Enviroment sensitive cracking   1994   
Fatigue Crack Propagation Behavior of Si3N4 Ceramics in corrosive Environments
European structural Integrity Society(7th International conference on Mechnical Behavior of Materials)   1995   
Influence of Microstructure on Fatigue in structual ceramics
(ICM8)Progress in Mechanical Behavior of Materials (Victoria. Canada)   1999   
Inflence of microstracture on fatigue characteristics of Al2O3
ECF(Fracture from Defects)   1998   

Works

 
Variation of Impedance Diagram under Polarization by the Tensile Stress
1990
AC Impedance Characteristics of Coated Steel by Corrosion-Degradation
1994

Research Grants & Projects

 
Study of cporrosion/fatique/thermal spray in the Ceramics.