MATSUNO Hiroshi

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Name
MATSUNO Hiroshi
Affiliation
Former Institution / Organization Sojo University Faculty of Engineering Mechanical Engineering
Degree
Master of Engineering(Osaka University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1971
 - 
1984
Osaka University, Research Assistant
 
1984
 - 
1990
Kumamoto Inst. of Tech.(Sojo Univ.)Lecturer
 
1990
   
 
- Kumamoto Inst. of Tech.(Sojo Univ.)Associate
 
 
   
 
Prof.
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1965
Faculty of Engineering, Kanazawa University
 

Misc

 
Studies on the Low-Cycle Fatigue, Especially for the Relations between Load- and Strain-Controlled Tests
Journal of the Japan Welding Society   40(7)    1971
Fracture Types in Load-Controlled Low-Cycle Fatigue
Bulletin of the JSME   16(96)    1973
A Generalized Cumulative Damage Law on Low-Cycle Fatigue
Technology Reports of the Osaka Univ.   21(1019)    1971
Studies on Low-Cycle Fatigue, Especially for the Prediction of Lives
Jour. of the Soc. of Naval Architects of Japan   131    1972
Low-Cycle Fatigue of SB42 Steel at Temperature up to 500℃
Technology Reports of the Osaka Univ.   31(1587)    1981

Books etc

 
An Analytical Approach to Low-Cycle Fatigue Behaviors
Special Volume, Proc. of 2-nd Int. Conf. Mech. Behaviors of Mat.   1976   
Fatigue Crack Propagation from Surface Planar Flows under Plane Bending
Proc. Int. Conf. Weld. Res.   1980   
A Stress Parameter for Correspondence Between Smooth and Notched Specimen Fatigue Data : Preliminary Consideration Based on a Parallel Multi-Bar Model
Theoretical and Applied Mechanics   1999   
Modelling for Notch Fatigue Problems
Proceedings of International Conference on Advanced Technology in Experimental Mechanics'99   1999   
A Stress Parameter for Correspondence Between Notched and Unnotched Specimen Fatigue Data:Strength of Fatigue Macrocrack Initiation at a Notch Root in Plates and Round Bars
Proc. Asian Pacific Conf. on Fracture and Strength '01 and Conf on Advanced Technology in Experimental Mechanies '01   2001   

Research Grants & Projects

 
A Stress Parameter for Correspondence Between Smooth and Notched Specimen Fatigue Data
Cyclic Elasto-Plastic Analyses on Fatigue Crack Initiation and Propagation in Notched Plates and Round Bars
Fatigue Strength of Steels with a Small Surface Pre-crack at a Notch Root