NAMBU Tomonori

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Name
NAMBU Tomonori
Alternative names
Nt004193
Affiliation
Suzuka National College of Technology
Section
Department of Materials Science and Engineering
Job title
Lecturer
Degree
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Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1994
   
 
- Reaearch Associate, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Suzuka National College of Technolgy
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1994
Graduate School, Division of Engineering, Toyohashi University of Technology
 
 
 - 
1992
Faculty of Engineering, Toyohashi University of Technology
 

Published Papers

 
Suzuki A., Yukawa H., Nambu T., Matsumoto Y., Murata Y.
MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS   0(0)    2016
The hydrogen permeability of Pd–Ag alloy membranes has been investigated over a wide temperature range between 100℃ and 500℃. The hydrogen permeation coefficient, Φ, for Pd–23mol%Ag decreases with decreasing temperature above 300℃, in good agreeme...
Morimoto S., Yukawa H., Nambu T., Murata Y.
MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS   57(3) 423-427   2016
The possibility of a new ammonia synthesis process has been investigated by utilizing V-based alloy membrane under moderate temperature and pressure conditions. Three membrane samples with different coating conditions of Pd-Ag alloy on the outlet ...
Suzuki A., Yukawa H., Nambu T., Matsumoto Y., Murata Y.
MATERIALS TRANSACTIONS   57(5) 695-702   2016
The hydrogen permeability of Pd–Ag alloy membranes has been investigated over a wide temperature range between 100℃ and 500℃. The hydrogen permeation coefficient, Φ, for Pd–23mol%Ag decreases with decreasing temperature above 300℃, in good agreeme...
Suzuki A., Yukawa H., Ijiri S., Nambu T., Matsumoto Y., Murata Y.
Materials Transactions, JIM   56(10) 1688-1692   2015
The alloying effects of chromium, molybdenum, tungsten, iron and cobalt on the hydrogen solubility of vanadium have been investigated systematically. The addition of iron or cobalt into vanadium decreases the hydrogen solubility more significantly...
Suzuki A., Yukawa H., Ijiri S., Nambu T., Matsumoto Y., Murata Y.
Materials Transactions, JIM   0(0)    2015
The alloying effects of chromium, molybdenum, tungsten, iron and cobalt on the hydrogen solubility of vanadium have been investigated systematically. The addition of iron or cobalt into vanadium decreases the hydrogen solubility more significantly...
松本 佳久, 湯川 宏, 南部 智憲
日本金属学会誌 = Journal of the Japan Institute of Metals and Materials   77(12) 585-592   Dec 2013
KIMURA Ayaka, ARIMA Yoshiki, NAMBU Tomonori, YUKAWA Hiroshi, MATSUMOTO Yoshihisa
日本金屬學會誌   76(10) 607-613   Oct 2012
TSUCHIMOTO Kentaro, YUKAWA Hiroshi, NAMBU Tomonori, MATSUMOTO Yoshihisa, YUKAWA Nobuki, ISHIGURO Takahiro, MURATA Yoshinori
日本金屬學會誌   76(10) 587-590   Oct 2012
Kimura Ayaka, Arima Yoshiki, Nambu Tomonori, Yukawa Hiroshi, Matsumoto Yoshihisa
The Journal of the Japan Institute of Metals.A   76(10) 607-613   2012
  The alloying effects of group 5 and 6 metals on the durability for Pd-based hydrogen permeable membranes are investigated systematically. The surface defects, so called Kirkendall voids, that cause a gas leakage, are formed around iron particles...
Tsuchimoto Kentaro, Yukawa Hiroshi, Nambu Tomonori, Matsumoto Yoshihisa, Yukawa Nobuki, Ishiguro Takahiro, Murata Yoshinori
The Journal of the Japan Institute of Metals.A   76(10) 587-590   2012
  The alloying effects of tungsten (W) and molybdenum (Mo) on the mechanical properties of niobium (Nb) have been investigated by means of Vickers hardness test and cold upsetting test. It is found that the alloying effects of W and Mo on the Vick...

Misc

 
Scripta Metallurgica et Materialia   32(3) 407-410   1995
Journal of Materials Science   30(4) 1105-1110   1995
J. Phys. , Condens. Matter.   8(20) 3619-3634   1996

Research Grants & Projects

 
Electronic States of Impurity in Iron Alloys
Project Year: 1994 - 1997
Design of Hydrogen Strage Alloy for Ni-MH Cell
Project Year: 1998   
Surface effects on mechanical properties of materials
Project Year: 1994 - 1997
Alloying effects on hydriding property of Niobium
Project Year: 2001