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Masanobu Kubota Last modified date:2017.05.15

Professor / Hydrogen Materials Compatibilty and Fracture (April 2014 - Current), Air Liquide Industrial Chair on Hydrogen Structural Materials and Fracture (Oct. 2010 - March 2014) / Hydrogen Materials Compatibility Division / International Institute for Carbon-Neutral Energy Research


Papers
1. 髙﨑 大裕, 久保田 祐信, 薦田 亮介, 奥 洋介, 杉野 正明, 牧野 泰三, Effect of contact pressure on fretting fatigue failure of oil-well pipe material, International Journal of Fatigue, 110, 1, 2017.08.
2. 久保田 祐信, 片岡 俊介, 髙﨑 大裕, 近藤 良之, A Quantitative Approach to Evaluate Fretting Fatigue Limit Using a Pre-Cracked Specimen, Tribology International, 108, 2017.04.
3. 奥 洋介, 杉野 正明, Yoshinori Ando, 牧野 泰三, 薦田 亮介, 髙﨑 大裕, 久保田 祐信, Fretting Fatigue on Thread Root of Premium Threaded Connections, Tribology International, 108, 2017.04.
4. 髙﨑 大裕, 久保田 祐信, 薦田 亮介, 吉田 修一, 奥 洋介, 牧野 泰三, 杉野 正明, Effect of Contact Pressure on Fretting Fatigue Failure of Oil-Well Pipe Material, Proc. the Asian Conference on Experimental Mechanics 2016 (ACEM 2016), 2016.11.
5. 久保田 祐信, 薦田 亮介, Jader Furtado, Fretting fatigue in hydrogen and the effect of oxygen impurity, Proc. the Asian Conference on Experimental Mechanics 2016 (ACEM 2016), 2016.11.
6. 薦田 亮介, 久保田 祐信, Jader Furtado, Effect of addition of oxygen and water vapor on fretting fatigue properties of an austenitic stainless steel in hydrogen, Tribology International, 40, 2015.12.
7. 松本 拓哉, 久保田 祐信, 松岡 三郎, Patrick Ginet, Jader Furtado, Francois Barbier, Threshold stress intensity factor for hydrogen-assisted cracking of Cr-Mo steel used as stationary storage buffer of a hydrogen refueling station, Proc. International Conference on Hydrogen Safety (ICHS2015), 2015.10.
8. 森 功一, 久保田 祐信, MACADRE ARNAUD PAUL ALAIN, Fatigue properties of ultra-fine grain austenitic stainless steel and effect of hydrogen, Proc. Third Japan-China Joint Fatigue Symposium , 2014.11.
9. 薦田 亮介, 久保田 祐信, 近藤 良之, Jader Furtado, Effect of oxygen addition on fretting fatigue strength in hydrogen of JIS SUS304 stainless steel, Tribology International, 76, 2014.08.
10. 薦田 亮介, 吉開 巨都, 久保田 祐信, Jader Furtado, Reduction in Fretting Fatigue Strength of Austenitic Stainless Steels due to Internal Hydrogen, Advanced Materials Research, 891-892, 2014.03.
11. 久保田 祐信, High-Cycle Fatigue Properties of Carbon Steel and Work-Hardened Oxygen Free Copper in High Pressure Hydrogen, Advanced Materials Research, 891-892, 2014.03.
12. 青木 辰郎, 池宮 秀也, 久保田 祐信, Yoshiyuki Kondo, EFFECT OF HYDROGEN ON FRACTURE TOUGHNESS OF LOW ALLOY STEELS
, Proceedings of 2012 Hydrogen Conference, 2014.02.
13. 久保田 祐信, 足立裕太郎, 白石 悠貴, 薦田 亮介, Jader Furtado, EFFECT OF HYDROGEN AND ADDITION OF OXYGEN ON FRETTING FATIGUE PROPERTIES, Proceedings of 2012 Hydrogen Conference, 2014.02.
14. Fatigue properties of work-hardened oxygen-free cupper in high-pressure hydrogen.
15. Fundamental Mechanisms Causing Reduction in Fretting Fatigue Strength by Hydrogen
(Effect of Hydrogen on Small Crack Initiation at the Adhered Spot).
16. Fundamental Mechanisms Causing Reduction in Fretting Fatigue Strength by Hydrogen
(Effect of Hydrogen on Small Crack Initiation at the Adhered Spot).
17. "Effects of Multiple Overloads and Hydrogen on High-Cycle Fatigue Strength of Notched Specimen of Austenitic Stainless Steels" in the transactions of the Japan Society for Mechanical Engineers, Ser. A.
18. "Effect of Contact Conditions on Growth of Small Crack in Fretting Fatigue" in the transactions of the Japan Society for Mechanical Engineers, Ser. A.
19. Kanetaka MIYAZAWA, Masato MIWA, Akihiro TASHIRO, Tatsuro AOKI Masanobu KUBOTA and Yoshiyuki KONDO, Improvement of Torsional Fretting Fatigue Strength of Splined Shaft Used for Car Air Conditioning Compressors by Hybrid Joint, Journal of Solid Mechanics and Materials Engineering, 5, 12, 753-764, 2011.12.
20. Masanobu Kubota, Kyohei Kuwada, YasuhiroTanaka, YoshiyukiKondo, Mechanism ofreductionoffrettingfatiguelimitcausedbyhydrogengas in SUS304austeniticstainlesssteel, Tribology International, 44, 1495-1502, 2011.10.
21. Tatsuro AOKI, Hideya IKEMIYA, Masanobu KUBOTA, and Yoshiyuki KONDO, Fracture Toughness of Low Alloy Steels in Absorbed Hydrogen Condition, 2nd Japan-China Joint Symposium on Fatigue of Engineering Materials and Structures, 65-68, 2011.10.
22. "Effect of Heat Treatment on the Hydrogen Enhanced Fatigue Crack Propagation of Low Carbon Steel S25C" in the journal of the Japan Society of Materials Science.
23. Masanobu Kubota, Toru Sakuma, Junichiro Yamaguchi and Yoshiyuki Kondo, Effects of hydrogen and multiple overloads on the fatigue strength of notched component
, Proceedings of International Conference on Advanced Technology in Experimental Mechanics 2011 (ATEM11), 2011.09.
24. Shunsuke KATAOKA, Hiroaki ONO, Masanobu Kubota and Yoshiyuki KONDO , Mechanism of improving fretting fatigue strength by stress relief groove, Proceedings of International Conference on Advanced Technology in Experimental Mechanics 2011 (ATEM11), 2011.09.
25. Effects of Small Defect and Hydrogen on Fatigue Strength of Weld-Jointed Tube in Austenitic Stainless Steel.
26. Koshiro Mizobe, Yuki Shiraishi, Msanobu Kubota and Yoshiyuki Kondo , EFFECT OF HYDROGEN ON FRETTING FATIGUE STRENGTH OF SUS304 AND SUS316L AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEELS, Proceedings of the JSME/ASME 2011 International Conference on Materials and Processing (ICM&P2011), 2011.06.
27. Kanetaka MIYAZAWA, Masato MIWA, Akihiro TASHIRO, Tatsuro AOKI, Msanobu KUBOTA and Yoshiyuki KONDO , INPROVEMENT OF TORSIONAL FRETTING FATIGUE STRENGTH OF SPLINED SHAFT USED FOR CAR AIR CONDITIONING COMPRESSORS BY HYBRID JOINT, Proceedings of the JSME/ASME 2011 International Conference on Materials and Processing (ICM&P2011), 2011.06.
28. Effect of Loading Rate and Tempering Temperature on Fracture Toughness of Hydrogen-Charged Low Alloy Steel SCM440 .
29. Koshiro Mizobe, Masanobu Kubota and Yoshiyuki Kondo, Behavior of short fatigue crack at notch root, Key Engineering Materials, 465, 515-518, 2011.01.
30. Yoshiyuki Kondo, Koshiro Mizobe, Masanobu Kubota, Effects of Hydrogen Concentration, Specimen Thickness and Loading Frequency on the Hydrogen Enhanced Crack Propagation of Low Alloy Steel, Key Engineering Materials, 465, 519-522, 2011.01.
31. Masanobu KUBOTA, Toru SAKUMA, Junichiro YAMAGUCHI and Yoshiyuki KONDO, Effect of Hydrogen Absorption on the Fatigue Strength Reduction caused by Multiple Overloads in Notched Component, Journal of Solid Mechanics and Materials Engineering, 2010.11.
32. Effects of hydrogen concentration, specimen thickness, loading frequency and temperature on the hydrogen enhanced crack propagation of low alloy steel.
33. Yoshiyuki Kondo, Masanobu Kubota and Koshiro Mizobe, Mechanistic Role of Hydrogen on the Enhanced Crack Propagation of Low Alloy Steel SCM440H, Proceedings of the 18th European Conference on fracture (ECF18), 2010.08.
34. Yoshiyuki Kondo, Masanobu Kubota and Katsuya Shimada, Hydrogen Enhanced Crack Propagation of SCM440H Low-alloy Steel under Long-term Varying Load, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, 2010.07.
35. Koshiro MIZOBE, Masanobu KUBOTA, and Yoshiyuki KONDO, Behavior of Short Fatigue Crack at Notch Root, Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Materials Structure & Micromechanics of Fracture (MSMF-6), Brno, Czech, 2010.06.
36. Yoshiyuki KONDO, Masanobu KUBOTA and Koshiro MIZOBE, Effects of Hydrogen Concentration, Specimen Thickness, Loading Frequency and Temperature on the Hydrogen Enhanced Crack Propagation of Low Alloy Steel, Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Materials Structure & Micromechanics of Fracture (MSMF-6), Brno, Czech, 2010.06.
37. Yuta UEDA, Masanobu KUBOTA and Yoshiyuki KONDO, Effect of Absorbed and Environmental Hydrogen on Short Fatigue Crack Propagation near Threshold in Low Alloy Steel, Journal of solid mechanics and material engineering, 4, 6, 830-839, 2010.06.
38. Mechanism of reductin of fretting fatigue limit in hydrogen gas in SUS304.
39. Masanobu Kubota, Tsuyoshi Nishimura, Yoshiyuki Kondo, Effect of hydrogen concetration on fretting fatigue strength, Journal of solid mechanics and material engineering, 4, 6, 816-829, 2010.06.
40. Effect of absorbed hydrogen and environmental hydrogen on short fatigu ecrack propagation near thershold in low alloy steel.
41. Study on crack opening displacement and hydrogen enhanced crack propagation of low alloy steel.
42. Yoshiyuki Kondo, Masanobu Kubota and Katsuya Shimada, Hydrogen Eenhanced Crack Propagation of SCM440H Low Alloy Steel under Long-term Varying Load, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, Avairable online, 2010.05.
43. Masanobu KUBOTA, Shunsuke KATAOKA and Yoshiyuki KONDO, Effect of Stress Relief Groove on Fretting Fatigue Strength and Index for the Selection of Optimal Groove Shape, International Journal of fatigue, 31, 3, 439-446, 2010.05.
44. Masanobu KUBOTA, kenj HIRAKAWA, The effect of rubber contact on the fretting fatiguestrength of railway wheel tire, Tribology International, 42, 9, 1352-1359, 2010.05.
45. Masanobu KUBOTA, Yasuhiro TANAKA, Kyohei KUWADA and Yoshiyuki KONDO, Hydrogen Gas Effect on Fretting Fatigue Properties of Materials Used in Hydrogen Utilization Machines, Tribology International, 42, 9, 1352-1359, 2010.05.
46. Yoshiyuki KONDO, Tomoe Sudo and Masanobu KUBOTA, Critical Crack Size that Causes Retardation of Short Fatigue Crack by Single Overload, Fatigue and Fracture of Engineering Materials and Structures, 32, 10, 856-864, 2009.10.
47. Yoshiyuki KONDO, Takuya OGAWA and Masanobu KUBOTA, Applied Stress Estimation from the Fatigue Fracture Surface in the Near Threshold Region of Fatigue Crack Propagation, Journal of Solid Mechanics and Materials Engineering, Vol.2, No.4, pp.537-548, 2009.10.
48. Yoshiyuki KONDO, Hikaru EDA and Masanobu KUBOTA, Effect of Small Notch and Absorbed Hydrogen on the Fatigue Fracture in Two-step Stress Test within Fatigue Limit Diagram, Fatigue and Fracture of Engineering Materials and Structures, 32, 9, 736-743, 2009.09.
49. Masanobu Kubota, Kenji Hirakawa, The effect of rubber contact on the fretting fatigue strength of railway wheel tire, Tribology International, Vol. 42, pp.1389-1398, 2009.09.
50. Masanobu Kubota, Yasuhiro Tanaka, Yoshiyuki Kondo, The effect of hydrogen gas environment on fretting fatigue strength of materials used for hydrogen utilization machines, Tribology International, Vol. 42, pp. 1352-1359, 2009.09.
51. Masanobu KUBOTA, Jun-ichiro YAMAGUCHI and Yoshiyuki KONDO, Fatigue Strength Reduction of Notched Component in Hydrogen Gas after Multiple Overloading, European Conference on Fracture 17, Distributed by CD-ROM, 2009.09.
52. Yoshiyuki KONDO, Masanobu KUBOTA and Hikaru EDA, Effect of Notch Shape and Absorbed Hydrogen on the Fatigue Fracture below Fatigue Limit, European Conference on Fracture 17, Distributed by CD-ROM, 2009.09.
53. Tomoe SUDO, Masanobu KUBOTA and Yoshiyuki KONDO, Single Overload Effect in Short Crack, European Conference on Fracture 17, Distributed by CD-ROM, 2009.09.
54. Y. Kondo, H. Eda, M. Kubota, Effect of small notch and absorbed hydrogen on the fatigue fracture in two-step stress test within fatigue limit diagram, Fatigue and fracture of engineering materials, Vol. 32, pp.736-743, 2009.07.
55. Crack Propagation Behavior of SCM440H Low Alloy Steel Enhanced by Hydrogen under Long-term Varying Load and Static Load.
56. Yoshiyuki KONDO, Hikaru EDA and Masanobu KUBOTA, Fatigue Failure under Varying Loading within Fatigue Limit Diagram, Materials Science Forum, Vol.567-568, pp.1-8, 2008.10.
57. Keiko SHISHME, Masanobu KUBOTA and Yoshiyuki KONDO, Effect of Absorbed Hydrogen on the Near Threshold Fatigue Crack Growth Behavior of Short Crack, Materials Science Forum, Vol.567-568, pp.409-412, 2008.10.
58. Effect of Notch Shape and Absorbed Hydrogen on the Fatigue Fracture below Fatigue Limit.
59. Effect of Absorbed Hydrogen on the Near Threshold Fatigue Crack Growth Behavior of Short Crack
(Examination on Low Alloy Steel, Carbon Steel and A286 Alloy).
60. Effect of Load Variation on the Transition of Crack Path in Delayed Failure of 12Cr Steel.
61. Applicability of Applied Stress Estimation Method Based on the Micro Hardness of Fatigue Fracture Surface of Stainless Steel without Striations.
62. Masanobu KUBOTA, Yasuhiro TANAKA and Yoshiyuki.KONDO, Fretting Fatigue Strength of SCM435H Steel and SUH660 Heat Resistant Steel in Hydrogen Gas Environment, Tribotest, Vol. 14, pp.177-191, 2008.09.
63. Masanobu KUBOTA, Yasuhiro TANAKA, Kyouhei KUWADA and Yoshiyuki KONDO, Mechanism of Reduction of Fretting Fatigue Limit in Hydrogen Gas Environment, Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Material and Processing, Distributed by CD-ROM, 2008.09.
64. Masanobu KUBOTA, Shunsuke KATAOKA and Yoshiyuki KONDO, Effect of Stress Relief Groove on Fretting Fatigue Strength and Index for the Selection of Optimal Groove Shape, International Journal of Fatigue, Vol. 31, pp.436-446, 2008.07.
65. Fretting Fatigue Properties of SCM435H and SUH660 in Hydrogen Gas Environment by Masanobu KUBOTA, Yasuhiro TANAKA and Yoshiyuki KONDO, Transactions of Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers, Vol .73, No. 736, pp. 1382-1387 (2007.12)
.
66. Effect of Absorbed Hydrogen on Torsional Fatigue Behavior of Stainless Steels (Examination by Continuous Cathodic Polarization), Transactions of Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers, Vol. 73, No. 736, pp.1351-1357 (2007.12).
67. Effect of stress relief groove shape on fretting fatigue strength and index for the selection of groove shape
by Yoshiyuki KONDO, Shunsuke KATAOKA, Masanobu KUBOTA and Chu SAKAE, Journal of the Society of Materials Science "Zairyo", Vol.56, No.12, pp.1156-1162 (2007.12). .
68. Shunsuke Kataoka, Chu Sakae, Masanobu Kubota, Yoshiyuki Kondo, Effect of Stress Relief Groove Shape on Fretting Fatigue Strength, Key Engineering Materials, Vol.353-358, 2007, pp.856-859, 2007.11.
69. Masanobu Kubota, Shunsuke Kataoka, Yoshiyuki Kondo, Evaluation of optimal shape of stress relief groove for the improvement of fretting fatigue strength , Proceedings of ATEM07, Distributed by CD-ROM, 2007.09.
70. Yoshiyuki Kondo, Ogawa Takuya, Masanobu Kubota, Estimation of applied stress in the near threshold region of fatigue crack propagation utilizing high frequency current impedance and hardness measurement, Proceedings of ATEM07, Dstributed by CD-ROM, 2007.09.
71. Kekio Shishime, Masanobu Kubota, Yoshiyuki Kondo, Effect of absorbed hydrogen on the near threshold fatigue crack growth behavior of short crack, Proceedings of MSMF-5, Brno, Czech, 2007.06.
72. Yoshiyuki Kondo, Hikaru Eda, Masanobu Kubota, Fatigue Failure under Varying Loading within Fatigue Limit Diagram, Proceedings of MSMF-5, Bruno,Czech, 2007.06.
73. Masanobu Kubota, Yasuhiro Tanaka, Kyohei Kuwada, Yoshiyuki Kondo, Hydrogen Gas Effect on Fretting Fatigue Properties of Materials Used in Hydrogen Utilization Machines, Proceedings of 5th International Symposium on Fretting Fatigue (ISFF5), Session 6, No. 4, 2007.04.
74. Yoshiyuki Kondo, Chu Sakae, Masanobu Kubota, Syaka Nagamatsu, Fatigue Strength of Small-Notched Specimens under Variable Amplitude Loading within Fatigue Limit Diagram, Fatigue and Fracture of Engineering Materials and Structures, Vol. 30, pp.301-310, 2007.04.
75. Shunsuke Kataoka, Masanobu Kubota, Chu Sakae, Yoshiyuki Kondo, EFFECT OF STRESS RELIEF GROOVE SHAPE ON FRETTING FATIGUE STRENGTH, Asian Pasific Conference on Fracture and Strength (APCFS2006), PP.123, 2006.11.
76. Y. Kondo, C. Sakae, M. Kubota, S. Nagamatsu, Fatigue strength of small-notched specimens under variable amplitude loading within the fatigue limit diagram, Fatigue and Fracture of Engineering Materials and Structures, Vol.30, pp.301-310, 2006.10.
77. M. Kubota, N. Noyama, C. Sakae and Y. Kondo, Fretting in Hydrogen gas, Tribology international, 39/10, pp.1241-1247, 2006.10.
78. Evaluation of Fatigue Crack Propagation Property on the Wheelseat of Normalized Axles for Narrow Gauge Line Vehicle.
79. Y. KONDO, C. SAKAE, M. KUBOTA and H. KITAHARA, Fretting Fatigue under Variable Amplitude Loading below Fretting Fatigue Limit, Fatigue and Fracture of Engineering Materials and Structures, 29, pp.183-189, 2006.01.
80. Effect of hydrogen gas environment on fretting fatigue strength.
81. Effect of crack length, stress ratio and hydrogen on fatigue crack propagation threshold of high-strength steel.
82. Y. KONDO, C. SAKAE, M. KUBOTA and K. YANAGIHARA, Non-propagating Crack Behavior at Giga-cycle Fretting Fatigue Limit, Fatigue and Fracture of Engineering Materials and Structures, 28, 6, Vol.28, pp.501-506, 2005.01.
83. Y. KONDO, C. SAKAE, M. KUBOTA and M. KASHIWAGI, Interpretation of Material Hardness, Stress Ratio and Crack Size Effects on the ΔKth of Small Cracks Based on Crack Closure Measurement, Journal of ASTM International, Vol.2, No.4, Paper ID JAI 11990, 2005.01.
84. Masanobu KUBOTA, Sotaro NIHO, Chu SAKAE and Yoshiyuki KONDO, Effect of Under Stress on Fretting Fatigue Crack Initiation of Press-Fitted Axle, JSME International Journal, 46, 3, Vol. 46, No. 3, pp.297-302, 2003.07.
85. Hisao MATSUNAGA, Yukitaka MURAKAMI, Masanobu KUBOTA, Joon-Hyun LEE, Fatigue Strength of Ti-6Al-4V Alloys Containing Small Artificial Defects, Material Science Research International, 9, 4, Vol.9, No.4, pp.263-269, 2003.04.
86. Masanobu KUBOTA, Hidenori ODANAKA, Chu SAKAE, Yoshihiro OHKOMORI, and Yoshiyuki KONDO, The Analysis of Fretting Fatigue Failure in Backup Roll and its Prevention, ASTM STP 1425, 1425, pp. 434-445, 2003.03.
87. Y. Kondo, C. Sakae, M. Kubota and T. Kudou, The Effect of Material Hardness and Mean Stress on the Fatigue Limit of Material Containing Small Defect, Fatigue and Fracture of Engineering Materials and Structures, 26, 8, 26, pp.675-682, 2003.01.
88. Masanobu Kubota, Sotaro Niho, Chu Sakae and Yoshiyuki Kondo, Effect of Under Stress on Fretting Fatigue Crack Initiation of Press-Fitted Axle, Proc. of JSME/ASME International Conference on Materials and Processing 2002, 46, 3, Proc. of JSME/ASME International Conference on Materials and Processing 2002, 2002.10.
89. Sang-Woo Choi, Joon-Hyun Lee, M. Kubota and Y. Murakami, The characteristics of Ultrasonic Signals for Detecting Micro-Defects in Ti-6Al-4V Alloy, Journal of the Korean Society for Nondestructive Testing, Vol. 21, No. 6 (in Korean), 2001.12.
90. K Hirakawa and M Kubota, On the fatigue design method for high-speed railway axles, Journal of Rail and Rapid Transit, 215, 2, Vol. 215, Part F2, pp. 73-82, 2001.01.
91. Masanobu KUBOTA, Kentaro TSUTSUI, Taizo MAKINO, Kenji HIRAKAWA, The Effect of the Contact Conditions and Surface Treatments on the Fretting Fatigue Strength of Medium Carbon Steel, ASTM STP 1367, 1367, 2000.01.
92. Yasuo OCHI, Masanobu Kubota, Ryouichi SHIBATA,
Initiation and Propagation Behavior of Small Fatigue Cracks in HIP-Treated Aluminum Alloy: AC4CH,
Proceedings of Small Fatigue Cracks: Mechanics, Mechanisms and Applications,
pp. 215-221, 1999 (Hawaii, USA)..
93. K. Hirakawa and M. Kubota, On The Fatigue Design Method for High Speed Railway Axles, Proc. of 12th International Wheelset Congress, 215, 2, pp. 477-482, 1998.09.
94. Y. Ochi and M. Kubota, Effects of Matrix-Structures on Low Cycle Fatigue Properties in Ductile Cast Irons, Proc. of Low Cycle Fatigue and Elasto-Plastic Behviour of Materials, pp.339-344, 1998.09.
95. M. Kubota, T. Ochi, A. Ishii and R. Shibata, Crack Propagation Properties on HIP-Treated Cast Aluminum Alloys, Material Science and Research International, 4, 3, Vol. 4, No. 3, pp. 193-199, 1998.09.
96. K. Hirakawa, K. Toyama and M. Kubota, The Analysis and Prevention of Failure in Railway Axles, International Journal of Fatigue, 20, 2, Vol. 20, No. 2, pp. 135-144, 1998.02.
97. T. Okamoto, M. Kubota and K. Hirakawa, Non-Destructive Inspection of Fretting Fatigue Cracks, Proc. of International Conference on Materials and Mechanics '97 (ICM&M '97), pp.379-384, 1997.07.
98. K. Hirakawa, K. Toyama and M. Kubota, The Analysis and Prevention of Failure in Railway Axles, Proc. JSME International Symposium on Product Liability and Failure Prevention, 20, 2, pp. 47-59, 1996.10.
99. M. Kubota, Y. Ochi, S. Okazaki, A. Ishi and T. Hattori, High Cycle Fatigue Properties of HIP-Treated FDI Material, Proc. of Asian Pacific Conference for Fracture and Strength ’96(APCFS ‘96), pp.881-886, 1996.07.
100. Microscopic Observation of Initiation and Propagation Behavior of Small Crack on HIP-Treated AC4CH in High Cycle Fatigue,
M. Kubota, Y. Ochi, A. Ishii and R. Shibata,
Journal of Material Testing Research Association of Japan,
Vol.46, No. 1, pp.42-47 (Jan. 1996).
101. M. Kubota, Y. Ochi, A. Ishii and R. Shibata, Improvement of High Cycle Fatigue Strength in Advanced Cast Aluminum Alloys by HIP Treatment, Proc. of International Symposium on Advanced Technology in Experimental Mechanics ’95(ATEM ’95), pp.171-176, 1995.11.
102. Improvement of High Cycle Fatigue Properties by HIP Treatment for Cast Alminum Alloy,
Trans. JSME, Ser. A,
Vol. 61, No. 591, pp.2342-2348 (July 1995).
103. Effect of Microstructures on Low-Cycle Fatigue Properties and Surface Crack Propagation Behavior in Ductile Cast Irons
Trans. JSME, Ser. A,
Vol. 60, No. 571, pp.619-625 (March 1994).