MATSUDA Kenji

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Name
MATSUDA Kenji
Affiliation
University of Toyama
Section
Graduate School of Science and Engineering for Research
Job title
Professor
Degree
Ms.(University of Toyama), Dr. Eng.(Tokyo Institute of Technology)

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1988
Graduate School, Division of Engineering, University of Toyama
 

Misc

 
Scripta Metallurgica et Materiallia   32(8) 1175-1180   1995
The Morphology of Precipitates in an Al-1wt% Mg2Si Alloy(共著)
Journal of Electron Microscopy   42(1) 1-6   1993
Morphalogy of a Planer Precipitate and Its Orientation Relation ship to the Matrix in an Al-1.0mass% Mg2Si -0.4mass% Si Alloy
Journal of Japan Institute of Metals   58(3) 252-259   1994
Journal of Japan Institute of Light Metals   45(2) 95-100   1995
Journal of Japan Institute of Light Metals   45(5) 249-254   1995

Books etc

 
Crystal Structure ob β' Phase in an Al-1.0mass% Mg2Si Alloy
The 4th International Conference on Aluminum Alloys Their Physical and Mechanical Properties, Atlanta, Georgia, USA   1994   
Effect of Predeformation and Excess Silicon Contents on Precipitation in Al-Mg2Si Alloys(共著)
The 4th International Conference on Aluminum Alloys Their Physical and Mechanical Properties, Atlanta, Georgia, USA   1994   
Effect of Predeformation on Precipitation in Al-Mg2Si Alloys(共著)
Light Metals Processing and Applications Proceedings of the International Symposium of CIM, Quebec   1993   
HRTEM Observation of Precipitates in Al-Mg-Si Alloys(共著)
The 3rd International Conference on Aluminum Alloys Their Physical and Mechanical Properties, Trondheim, Norway   1992   
The Comparison between the Precipitates in Al-1wt% Mg2Si Alloys Containing Various Excess Si Contents by HREM(共著)
Science and Engineering of Light Metals as the Proceedings of International Conference on Recent Advances in Science and Engineering of Light Metals, Sendai Japan.   1991   

Works

 
Development of Aluminum alloys with low-Mg
1988
NEDO Nanotechnology program for materials
2001

Research Grants & Projects

 
Study on Precipitation of Aluminum Alloys
Study on nano-intermetallic compounds by High Resolution Transmission Electron Microscope
Study on Precipitation of Metal Matrix Composites
Age-hardening of Aluminum alloys