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Hayashi Niichi

ハヤシ ニイチ | Hayashi Niichi
Affiliation and department:
Research field  (3): Chemical reaction and process system engineering ,  Structural and functional materials ,  Fluid engineering
Research keywords  (3): Functionally graded materials ,  Separation Engineering ,  Fluid Mechanics
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (3):
  • A Study of Flow in Pipe of Slurry
  • A Development of Functionally Graded Meterials by an Expression Operation
  • A Separation of Solid-Liquid materials by a Mechanical Operation
MISC (25):
  • The mechincal properties of Fe/PSZ functionally graded materials. Functionally Graded Materials. 2000. 13. 120-124
  • Productive techniques of functionally graded materials used of fly-ash. materials Science Forum. 1999. 308. 311. 843-848
  • manufacture of large-thickness FGMs used ferric-oxide and fly-ash. 1999. 167-172
  • Productive techniques of functionally graded materials used of fly ash. The 5th International Symposium on functionally Graded materials. 1998. 111
  • Production of functionally greded materials by means of an expression operation. Supplement of the Fluid machinery(China). 1997. 25. 10. 198-203
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Books (3):
  • Achieving Increased Efficiency in Solid-Liquid Separation Process Using Electro-Osmosis
    Filtration and Separation Symposium'01 with INCHEM Tokyo 2001
  • Development of Continuous Filtration Device
    Filtration and Separation Symposium'01 with INCHEM Tokyo 2001
  • The Crystalline structure and Electrical properties of TiO<sub>2</sub>-based functionally graded materials
    Functionally graded materials in the 21st Century ; Kluwer Academic Publishes 2000
Education (2):
  • - 1968 Aichi Institute of Technology Faculty of Engineering
  • - 1968 Aichi Institute of Technology Faculty of Engineering Department of Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Course
Professional career (1):
  • Dr. of Eng. (Nagoya University)
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