NAGASE Hideo

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Name
NAGASE Hideo
Affiliation
Kyushu Institute of Technology
Section
Faculty of Engineering, Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering
Job title
Professor
Degree
Doctor of Engineering(The University of Tokyo)
Other affiliation
Kyushu Institute of Technology

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
2008
   
 
 Professor,Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering,Faculty of Engineering,Kyushu Institute of Technology
 
1985
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1989
 Research Associate,Faculty of Engineering, Gunma University
 

Education

 
 
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1982
Graduate School, Division of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
 
 
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1985
Graduate School, Division of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
 
 
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1980
Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Kyushu Institute of Technology
 

Misc

 
Effects of fine content and aging on the liquefaction strength of artificially filled silty sands
Proc. of the 13th International Conference of Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering, Performance of Ground and Soil Structures during Earthquakes.   159-164    1994
Permanent Displacement of Sloping Ground due to Liquefaction
Proc. of the International Conference Centrifuge 94   239-244   1994
A Study on Appropriate Numbers of Cyclic Shear Tests for Seismic Response Analyses
Proc. of the International Symposium on Pre-Failure Deformation Characteristics of Geomaterials   197-202   1994
Several Model Tests on Effectiveness of a Consolidation Method Using Cyclic Horizontal Pressure
The 29th Japan National Conference on Soil Mechanics and Foundation Engineering   339-342   1994
A Study on the Mechanism of the Floatation of Buried pipes due to Liquefaction
Proc. of the Seventh International Conference on Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering   125-132   1995

Works

 
A study on stability of clay ground with leaching during eearthquake
1998 - 2001
A study on characteristics of liquefaction strength of sandy ground overconsolidated by several methods and its aging effects
2004 - 2007

Research Grants & Projects

 
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