SAITO Sakae

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Name
SAITO Sakae
Degree
(BLANK)(Tohoku University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Professor,Professor, Ashikaga Institute of Technology Faculty of Engineering
 
1978
 - 
1990
Institute for Materials Research, Tohok Univ.,
 
 
   
 
Res. Assist.
 
1991
   
 
Institute for Materials Research, Assistant
 
 
   
 
Professor
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1978
Graduate School, Division of Engineering, Tohoku University
 
 
 - 
1971
Faculty of Engineering, Tohoku University
 

Misc

 
Fracture Behavior of Some Structural Steels under Hydrostatic Tension and Their Fracture Mode-Negative Pressure-Temperature Diagrams
The Iron and Steel Institute of Japan   66(12) 1650   1980
Effect of Layer Thickness on Nb3Al Superconducting Wires
Materials Science and Engineering   B7 31   1990
Journal of Japan Institute of Metals   53(3) 333   1989
Fracture behavior of 7075 alloy under hydrostatic tension
Journal of Japan Institute of Light Metals   31(7) 455   1981

Books etc

 
On the Embrittlement and Toughness of High Purity Fe-30Cr-2Mo Alloy
ASTM STP706   1980   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Effect of die angle on colid extrusion of hollow Cu-billet filled with water
SAITO Sakae
20 May 2016   

Works

 
"Method of Manufacturing Hard-to-work Alloy Articles Such as of Intermetallics and Superconducting Compounds" United States Patent : Patent (]G0061[)┣DB5011545(/)-┫DB 1991.4.30
"Method of Manufacturing Hard-to-work Alloy Articles" European Patent : Patent (]G0061[)┣DB0361268(/)-┫DB Publication of the grant of the patent : 1992.3.6
On the Deformability Fundamentals of Ductile Fracture and Prediction of Workability Limit
Clad-Chip Extrusion Method-A New Process of Intermetallic Compounds Wire

Research Grants & Projects

 
Processing of Nb-Al Intermetallic Compound
The Other Research Programs
Processing of Nb3Al Superconducting Wire
The Other Research Programs
Mechanical Properties of Metal Matrix Composite
The Other Research Programs
Processing Superconducting Alloy Wire
Cooperative Research