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ナカムラ ヒトシ | NAKAMURA Hitoshi
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Research Associate
Research field  (1): Structural engineering/Earthquake engineering/Maintenance management engineering
Research keywords  (1): Structural Engineering
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (3):
  • Feasibility Study of The Dischinger Type Bridge
  • Finite Displacement Buckling Analysis of a Long-Span Cable-Stuyed Bridge
  • Countermeasure to Wind-Resistant Design of Long-Span Cable Supported Bridges
Papers (2):
  • Proceedings of IABSE Conference on Cable-Supported Bridges -Challenging Technical Limits. Applicability of CFRP Cables to Ultra Long-Span Suspension Bridges. 2001. 84. 8pages
  • IABSE Symposium Report on Long-Span and High-Rise Structures. Applicability of Dischinger-Type to Ultra Long-Span Bridges. 1998. 79. 137-142
MISC (10):
Books (7):
  • Basis and Application of Computational Mechanics for Structural Engineering
    Japan Society of Civil Engineers 1996
  • Steel Bridges(jointly authored)
    Gihode Shuppan 1998
  • The Present Situation of the Advanced Computer Use about the Structural Engineering(jointly authored)
    Subcommittee on the Advanced Computer Use of Committee of Structural Engineering of JSCE 1998
  • Structural Countermeasures for Design of a Very Long-Span Bridge under Wind Loads
    Proceedings of IABSE Conference on Cable-Stayed Bridges-Past, Present and Future- 1999
  • Effects of Out-of-plane Elastic Support Condition of Main Girder on the Economical Efficiency in a Very Long-Span Cable-Stayed Bridge
    Proceedings of the 5th Korea-Japan Joint Seminar on Steel Bridges 1999
Education (2):
  • - 1992 Tokyo Metropolitan University Faculty of Engineering
  • - 1994 Tokyo Metropolitan University Graduate School, Division of Engineering
Professional career (1):
  • (BLANK)
Association Membership(s) (3):
IABSE ,  International Institute for FRP in Construction ,  JAPANESE SOCIETY OF STEEL CONSTRUCTION
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