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Sugimura Tadayoshi

スギムラ タダヨシ | Sugimura Tadayoshi
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Research field  (3): Aerospace engineering ,  Thermal engineering ,  Optical engineering and photonics
Research keywords  (6): レーザおよび分光器による化学反応性流れの測定 ,  パルスデトネーションエンジンの基礎研究 ,  超音速反応流の数値シミュレーション ,  Measurement of chemical reactive flow by laser and spectrometer ,  Fundamental Study of SCRAM Jet Engine ,  Numerical Simulation of Supersonic Reacting Flow
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (10):
  • 1985 - 爆轟波の消滅と再生成
  • 1985 - Quenching and Reestablishment of Detonation
  • 1980 - 発光スペクトル・マッチング法による分光温度測定
  • 1980 - デトネーションの数値解析
  • 1980 - Numerical Analysis of Detonation
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MISC (113):
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Books (7):
  • Influence to Detonation Configuration due to Transport Effects
    Shock Wave/Vortex Interaction 2003
  • Influence to Detonation Configuration due to Transport Effects
    Shock Wave/Vortex Interaction 2003
  • Re-establishment of a detonation downstream a reflection nozzle
    Controll of Detonation Processes, ELEX-KM Publishers 2000
  • Shock Interaction with Gas Bubble in Liquid
    Numerical Methods in Fluid MechanicsII, JSCFD. 1986
  • Nonsteady Shock Wave Propagating in a Bubble-Liquid System
    Dynamics of Shock Waves, Explosion, and Detonations 1985
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Works (10):
  • 有限要素法による爆轟波の数値解析
    1998 -
  • Numerical Analysis of Detonations by FEM
    1998 -
  • (BLANK)
    1988 -
  • Cellular Detonations-Instability and Substructure
    1988 -
  • 推進薬中を伝ぱする衝撃波の数値解析
    1985 - 1987
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Education (4):
  • - 1968 Nagoya University
  • - 1968 Nagoya University Aeronautical Engineering
  • - 1966 Meijo University
  • - 1966 Meijo University Mechanical Engineering
Professional career (1):
  • Doctor of Engineering (Nagoya University)
Association Membership(s) (6):
THE COMBUSTION INSTITUTE ,  可視化情報学会 ,  日本燃焼学会 ,  日本流体力学会 ,  日本航空宇宙学会 ,  日本機械学会
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