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Sugimoto Nobumasa

スギモト ノブマサ | Sugimoto Nobumasa
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Research field  (3): Mechanics and mechatronics ,  Fluid engineering ,  Mathematical physics and basic theory
Research keywords  (3): Nonlinear Waves & Oscillations ,  Nonlinear Mechanics ,  Fluid Mechanics
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (3):
  • Nonlinear Dynamic Elasticity
  • Nonlinear Waves in Fluids and Fluid-Structyre Systems
  • Nonlinear Acoustics
MISC (30):
Books (9):
  • Emergence of an acoustic shock wave in a tunnel and a concept of shock-free propagation
    Noise and Vibration from High-Speed Trains Thomas Telford Press (London) 2001
  • Sound field generated by an impulsive start of a slender body in a long duct
    Theoretical and Computational Acouotics'97(Edited by Y-C Teng, E-C. Shang, Y-H. Pao, M. H. Schultz 4 A. D. Pierce)(Wored Scientific) 1999
  • Sound Field in a Tonnel Generated by Traveling of High-Speed Trains
    Theorefical and Computational Acouotics, Vol. 1 Structunal Acoustics, Scafiering and Propagation World Scientific (Edited by J. E. Ffowcs Williams, D. Lee, A. D. Pierce) 1994
  • Edge-Layer Theory for Shallow-Water Soliton
    1993
  • On Generation of 'Acoustic Soliton'
    Advances in Nonlinear Acoustics World Scientific(Edited by H. Hobaek) 1993
more...
Education (3):
  • - 1977 Osaka University Graduate School, Division of Engineering Science
  • - 1972 Osaka University School of Engineering Science Direct Affiliates
  • - 1972 Osaka University Faculty of Engineering Science
Professional career (1):
  • Ph.D.
Awards (1):
  • 2002 - Ronbunsho Award by Japan Society of Fluid Mechanics
Association Membership(s) (5):
Acoustical Society of America ,  Japan Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics ,  Physical Society of Japan ,  Japan Society of Mechancial Engineers ,  Japan Society of Fluid Mechanics
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