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Motohashi Yoshinobu

モトハシ ヨシノブ | Motohashi Yoshinobu
Research field  (4): Material fabrication and microstructure control ,  Structural and functional materials ,  Metallic materials ,  Machine materials and mechanics
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (1):
  • 1980 - Superplasticity in Ceramics, metals and alloys, and its applications to various fields, Functional Materials,
MISC (204):
Books (1):
  • Method for evaluation of tensile properties of metallic superplastic materials
    International standard ISO 20032:2007(E) 2007
Lectures and oral presentations  (42):
  • A Novel Method of Shaping a Boss on Magnesium Alloy Sheet by Friction Stir Technology
    (8th Int.Conf.on Magnesium Alloys and their Applications, Weimer,Germany 2009)
  • A New Plastic Working Method for Magnesium Alloys by Means of Friction Stir Technology
    (8th Int.Conf.on Magnesium Alloys and their Applications, Weimar,Germany 2009)
  • A Simple Method to Improve Superplastic Elongation at High Strain Rates and Mechanical Properties Deteriorated by SPD in 3Y-TZP
    (Int.Conf.on Superplasticity in Adv.Mater.,(ICSAM2009),Seattle, (2009,6) 2009)
  • Superplasticity of Sc And Zr Modified Microcrystalline Al-6%Cu Alloy Subjected to ECAE
    (Int.Conf.,THERMEC2009,Berlin 2009)
  • Superplasticity of Sc and Zr modified Al-6%Cu alloy subjected to ECAE
    (2008)
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Education (1):
  • - 1972 Graduate School, Science University of Tokyo Division of Natural Science Physics
Professional career (1):
  • Dr.Science (Science University of Tokyo)
Work history (7):
  • 1995 - 2000 :Professor,Ibaraki University
  • 2000 - -:Head of the Research Center for Superplasticity, Ibaraki University
  • 1987 - 1995 :Associate Professor,Ibaraki University
  • 1984 - 1985 :Visiting Researcher, Oxford Iniversity, U.K.
  • 1972 - 1984 :Research Associate,Ibaraki University
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Awards (1):
  • 2003 - Most Original Poster Award, ICSAM, Oxford, U.K.
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