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Takehiro Morita Last modified date:2017.05.30

Assistant Professor / Machine Design and Bionic Systems
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Faculty of Engineering


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092-802-3074
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092-802-3074
Academic Degree
Master of Engineering
Field of Specialization
Machine Elements
Outline Activities
The fields of researches are "Machine elements and Design".
My main study are, 1) friction and wear of valve materials in hydrogen ,
2)fretting wear in hydrogen environment,
3)the observation of oil-filem behavior in oscillatory rolling motion.
When this resurch is done with the students, it is not only a technique like mechanical engineering, and the knowledge of every field if adopted and carried out. I want to provide the data which could get it in this experiment as a thing which is useful for the world.
Research
Research Interests
  • Friction and Wear of Valve Materials in Hydrogen

    keyword : Hydrogen,Friction,Wear
    2004.10Friction and wear of valve materials in hydrogen To use hydrogen energy for the safety, it pays attention to the valve material, friction and wear property under hydrogen atmosphere which were not being examined so far are being checked ..
  • Experimental Study on the Crack Propagation of Pitting Crack using Test Rollers
    with Fretting Cracks

    keyword : contact fatigue,pitting,crack propagation,oil pentration,roughness
    1998.03Experimental Study on the Crack Propagation of Pitting Crack using Test Rollers with Fretting Cracks In order to study the propagation of pitting cracks, I devised an experimental method, in which a pair of cracks generated on a roller spescimen which will be used in a two-roller test by a fretting fatigue test. The cracks generated in the fretting test are typical conical ones observed commonly in the point contact, and two cracks having simillar shape and lengthbut their inclined angles to the surface were opposite are generated. Employing the roller spescimens having a pair of the cracks in a two roller test, the effects of oil penetration and plastic flow on the propagation of a pitting crack are reported..
Academic Activities
Papers
1. Effects of Oxygen Concentration on Friction and Wear of Stellite 6B and SUS316.
Presentations
1. Takehiro Morita1, Yoshinori Sawae,Hayato Ideguchi, Hiroshi Kojima,Kazuhiro Nakashima,Joichi Sugimura, Effects of Polymers Surface Roughness and Filler Materials in Polymer Composite on Hydrogen Sealing Ability
, 2014 International Conference on Engineering Tribology Technology, 2014.11.23.
2. Effects of metal counter surfaces on friction and wear of polymeric seal materials in hydrogen.
3. Effects of Water Concentration and Sliding Conditions on Friction and Wear of Some Alloys in Hydrogen.
4. Friction and wear of some alloys in gaseous hydrogen.
5. Influence of water vapor in hydrogen gas on the friction and wear of cobalt-based alloy.
Membership in Academic Society
  • Japanese Society of Tribologists
  • Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers
  • Japan Society for Design Engineering
Educational
Social
Professional and Outreach Activities
I participate in the activities in the local area about the problem of the trash disposal as a use of the resarch activities of the university..