Takumi Inoue | Last modified date：2017.05.19 |

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Dynamics of Machinery

Department of Intelligent Machinery and Systems .

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Academic Degree

Dr. Engineering

Field of Specialization

Engineering dynamics, Mechanical vibration, Dynamics of machinery

Outline Activities

Study

Health monitoring of machines and structures by using the harmonic wavelet transform.

Devolopment of numerical methods for dynamic responses of large-size machine structures.

Devolopment of step by step numerical integration scheme for large-sized nonlinear systems.

Education

Taking charge of following classes

Elements of Mechanics and Exercises A

Elements of Mechanics and Exercises B

Engineerin Dynamics

Dynamics of Machinery

Exercise of Dynamics of Machinery

Mechanical Vibration

Exercise of Mechanical Vibration

Others

Tutelage for a Graduation Thesis

Social activities

Manegement of reserch group in the JSME.

Chairman in an academic meeting.

Health monitoring of machines and structures by using the harmonic wavelet transform.

Devolopment of numerical methods for dynamic responses of large-size machine structures.

Devolopment of step by step numerical integration scheme for large-sized nonlinear systems.

Education

Taking charge of following classes

Elements of Mechanics and Exercises A

Elements of Mechanics and Exercises B

Engineerin Dynamics

Dynamics of Machinery

Exercise of Dynamics of Machinery

Mechanical Vibration

Exercise of Mechanical Vibration

Others

Tutelage for a Graduation Thesis

Social activities

Manegement of reserch group in the JSME.

Chairman in an academic meeting.

Research

**Research Interests**

- Study on a Vibration System Automatically Following to Excitation Frequency

keyword : Natural Frequency, Forced Vibration, Dynamic Damper, Nonlinear Vibration

2010.04. - Study on non-destructive evaluation by detecting ultrasonic instantaneous frequency

keyword : Ultrasonic, Non-destructive evaluation, Instantaneous Frequency, Wavelet transform, Minute abnormality, Crack, delamination

2007.04Ultrasonic modulation of is a new knowledge which have been found by Prof. Inoue. This phenomenon shows frequency modulation of ultrasonic as it passes inner boundaries in object. The aim of this study is to detect minute cracks and delaminations in object through the ultrasonic modulation. An earlier detection of such cracks and delaminations is expected. . - Mode grouping technique for an efficient design of an automobile body

keyword : Vibration analysis, Characteristic mode, Mode grouping, Finite element method, Vibration control

2010.04. - Diagnoses of machine structures by utilizing vibration characteristics

keyword : Diagnosis, Vibration characteristics, Wavelet transform, Fatigue fracture, Slackness, Friction

1997.04If a machine in operation has a fault, signs of the fault appear in the monitored signal and are usually synchronizing with the operating speed. The signs are very small when the fault is at an early stage. The Fast Fourier Transform is often utilized to detect these signs, but it is very difficult to detect minute signs. The harmonic wavelet transform is utilized to detect the minute signs of small faults in a monitored signal. The monitored signal of a machine element in ordinary operation is regarded as periodic or quasi-periodic. It is important for the effectual detection of the minute signs to reduce the obstructive noise and the end effects in the signal. The end effect is a peculiar phenomenon to wavelet transform and hampers effective detection. Useful methods to reduce the obstructive noise and the end effects are devised herein by the authors. Even if no visible information pertaining to a fault appears in the monitored waveform, the present method is able to detect a minute sign of a small fault.. - Vibrations of probe and its countermeasures used for the defect detection of helical heating tubes in a fast breeder reactor

keyword : Frictional Vibration, Self-Excited Vibration, Vibration of Moving Body, Coupled Vibration

2002.04～2007.03An eddy current testing (ECT) probe is used for a diagnosis of a helical heating tube installed in a fast breeder reactor, and a vibration of ECT probe makes the diagnosis difficult. In our previous report, we pro-posed an analytical model of the ECT probe incorporating with a frictional force and confirmed that the vi-bration was caused by Coulomb friction. It is shown that numerical simulations utilizing the analytical model agree with various experimental results of the vibration of ECT probe, so that the reliability of the analytical model and the numerical simulation is increased. It follows that a preceding estimation of the vibration is available by the numerical simulation. Based on a behavior of the entire probe, which is obtained by the numerical simulation, we discuss a countermeasure to suppress the probe vibration. The validity of countermeasure is demonstrated through the numerical simulations.. - Step-by-step integration scheme by utilizing the cardinal B-splines

keyword : Step-by-step integration scheme, Cardinal B-splines

1998.04A new step-by-step integration scheme by utilizing the cardinal B-splines is presented. The new method organizes conventional implicit methods such as Newmark-β method and Wilson-θ method and so on, and provides a simple computation procedure so that the step-by-step integration can be carried out efficiently. In addition, when we analyze a nonlinear system with discontinuity the computational accuracy can be improved by the approximate detection of the discontinuous points by making good use of the two-scale relation. We formulate an algorithm of a time his-torical response analysis of a straight-line beam structure as an elementary example of multi-degree of freedom system besides a simple single degree of freedom system. The cardinal B-splines used here are only the ones of orders 3 and 4 but the other cardinal B-splines are also available for the step-by-step integration in the same way.. - Dynamic response analysis by the transfer influence coefficient method

keyword : Dynamic response analysis, Vibration analysis, Eigenvalue analysis, Force vibration, Time historical response

1995.04～2008.03The Transfer Influence Coefficient Method (hereafter: TICM) has an advantage in computational accuracy and speed. A remarkable feature of the TICM is its controllability on various boundary conditions only by means of an adjustment of spring constants. No numerical instability happens even if the spring constants become very large, and computational accuracy can be maintained. Such a treatment is inapplicable to the Transfer Matrix Method (TMM). This advantage of the TICM is also retained in a computation of high frequency range. Furthermore, the TICM has a high computational speed since the dimensions of matrices and vectors used in the algorithm are smaller than the ones of the TMM. The TICM is defeating the disadvantages of the TMM and is applicable to free vibration, forced vibration, transient response, and nonlinear response..

**Current and Past Project**

- Consulting for predictin of tool damage in ceramic grinding.
- (2)Vibrations of probe used for the defect detection of helical heating tubes in a fast breeder reactor

**Academic Activities**

**Reports**

1. | New Diagnosis Technique with Ultrasonic Pulse frequecncy Takumi Inoue Inspection Engineering, Vol.15, 11, PP.1-7. 2010. 11. . |

2. | New Technology Presentation Meeting New Diagnosis Technique of Ultrasonic Pulse Takumi Inoue . |

3. | Wavelet analysis and its capability Takumi Inoue 6th summer seminar in Dynamics and Design Conference 2008. |

**Papers**

**Membership in Academic Society**

- The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers
- Japanese Society for Engineering Education

**Awards**

- Award of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers.

Study on responses structures by the Transfer Influence Coefficient Method. - The Hatakeyama award, the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers.

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