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Shigeru Hamada Last modified date:2017.11.01

Associate Professor / Strength of Materials
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Faculty of Engineering


Graduate School
Undergraduate School


Homepage
http://www.mech.kyushu-u.ac.jp/~solid/index_e.html
Academic Degree
Doctor of Engineering
Field of Specialization
Mechanics of Materials
Outline Activities
Study:
1. Mode II fatigue
2. Fatigue strength of machine component
3. Effect of hydrogen for material strength

Education:
1. Strength of materials
2. Elasticity
3. Mechanical Engineering Experiments I
Research
Research Interests
  • Strength of machined parts
    keyword : Fatigue, machining, size effect
    2015.04.
  • Mode II fatigue
    keyword : Shear, Crack initiation, Slip, PSB, Dislocation
    2015.04.
  • Rolling contact fatigue in rail system, gear and bearing
    keyword : Rolling contact fatigue, plastic deformation, shear mode fatigue crack growth
    2008.04.
  • fatigue of pearlite steels
    keyword : Fatigue ratio, Lamellar Pearlite, Microscopic Deformation Behavior, Crack Initiation, Initial Defect
    2007.04~2014.03.
  • Development of titanium alloy
    keyword : Fatigue, Notch, Fatigue limit, Fatigue crack initiation, Commercially pure titanium
    2007.04~2009.03.
  • Effect of hydrogen for fatigue strength of materials
    keyword : Hydrogen, Metal fatigue
    2006.04Effect of hydrogen for material fatigue strength.
  • Strength properties of micro-materials for MEMS
    keyword : MEMS, micro materital
    2006.04~2009.03Micro-material strength properties for MEMS.
  • Non-combustible magnesium development
    keyword : non-combustion magnesium alloy, fatigue, notch
    2006.04~2015.03.
  • strength of materials and reliability for electric products
    keyword : strength, reliability
    1998.04~2006.03Research and development of material strength for electronic components and product reliability.
  • Shear mode fatigue crack growth
    keyword : fatigue, fracture mechanics, mode II, tribology
    1992.04~1998.03Study of mode II fatigue crack growth.
Academic Activities
Papers
1. Shigeru HAMADA, Masaki NAKANISHI, Tsuyoshi MORIYAMA, Hiroshi NOGUCHI, Re-Examination of Correlation between Hardness and Tensile Properties by Numerical Analysis, Experimental Mechanics, 2017.03.
2. Shigeru HAMADA, Shogo KASHIWA, Hiroshi Noguchi, Measurement Local Mechanical Properties Using Multiple Indentations by a Special Conical Indenter and Error Analysis, Journal of Materials Research, 31, 2, 2016.02.
3. Shigeru HAMADA, Tomoya FUJISAWA, Motomichi Koyama, Norimitsu KOGA, Nobuo Nakada, Toshihiro Tsuchiyma, Masaharu UEDA, Hiroshi Noguchi, Strain Mapping with High Spatial Resolution across a Wide Observation Range by Digital Image Correlation, Materials Characterization, 98, 2014.12.
4. Shigeru Hamada, Takuya KINOSHITA, Kazunori MORISHIGE, Komei HAYASHI, Toshiyuki ISHINA, Hiroshi Noguchi, Engineering definitions of small crack and long crack at fatigue limit under tensile mean stress and a prediction method for determining the fatigue limit of a cracked Mg alloy, International Journal of Fatigue, 56, 2013.11.
5. Shigeru hamada, Mitsuji Ueda, Komei Hayashi, Hiroshi Noguchi, Simple Calculation Method for Stress Concentration and Stress Intensity of T-Shaped Member, International Journal of Mechanical Sciences, 75, 2013.10.
6. Shigeru HAMADA, Suguru KASHIWAGI, Akio SONODA, Naoshi IZUMI and Hiroshi NOGUCHI , Evaluation of Notch Tensile Strength for High Strength Steel with Inclusions (for Casting High Speed Steel)
, Journal of Solid Mechanics and Materials Engineering, 6, 2, 121-130, Vol.6, No.2, pp.121-130, 2012.02.
7. Shigeru HAMADA, Komei HAYASHI, Toshiharu MATSUMOTO, Michiru SAKAMOTO and Hiroshi NOGUCHI , Proposed Strength Evaluation Method for Casting Material with Defects (Using Non-combustible Mg Alloy with Added-Si), Journal of Solid Mechanics and Materials Engineering, 5, 10, 534-545, 2011.11.
8. Evaluation of Fatigue Limit Characteristics of Lamellar Pearlitic Steel in Consideration of Microstructure

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9. Shigeru HAMADA, Taka-aki KAWAZOE, Komei HAYASHI, Harumi MORITA, Mitsuji UEDA, Michiru SAKAMOTO, Hiroshi NOGUCHI , Proposed Simple Determination Method for Welding Condition of Joint from Fatigue Limit Characteristics (1st Report: Application to TIG-Butt-Joint of Non-combustible Mg Alloy)
, Journal of Solid Mechanics and Materials Engineering, 5, 8, 409-424, 2011.08.
10. Microscopic fatigue crack behavior in precipitation strengthening stainless steel A286
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11. Proposal of Simple Determination Method for Welding Condition of Joint from Fatigue Limit Characteristics (1st Report: Application to TIG-Butt-Joint of Non-combustible Mg Alloy)

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12. Evaluation of Notch Tensile Strength for High Strength Steel with Inclusions (in Case of Casting High Speed Steel)
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13. Evaluation of Notch Tensile Strength for High Strength Steel with Inclusions (in Case of Casting High Speed Steel)
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14. Shigeru HAMADA, Katsu OHNISHI, Hide-aki NISHIKAWA, Yasuji ODA, Hiroshi NOGUCHI, SIMS analysis of low content hydrogen in commercially pure titanium, Journal of Materials Science, Vol.44, No.20, pp.5692-5696, 2009.08.
15. Y. MURAKAMI, S. HAMADA, A NEW METHOD FOR THE MEASUREMENT OF MODE II FATIGUE THRESHOLD STRESS INTENSITY FACTOR RANGE ΔKτth, Fatigue & Fracture of Engineering Materials & Structures,, Vol.20, No.6, pp.863-870, 1997.06.
Presentations
1. Punching process effects on fatigue strength properties.
2. Relationship between hardness and fatigue limit focusing attention on the plastic strain similarity between indentation and fatigue crack growth.
3. Shigeru Hamada, Minjian Liu, Measurement of effective stress intensity factor range of mode II fatigue crack growth using
hysteresis loop, 13th International Conference on Fracture, 2013.06.17.
4. Systematization of Analysis Method of Fatigue Crack Initiation Site in Pearlitic Steel Smooth Specimen.
5. Fatigue limit evaluation considering crack initiation for lamellar pearlitic steel, [URL].
6. Fatigue strength evaluation method of lamellar pearlite rail steel, [URL].
7. Fatigue Characteristics of Lamellar Pearlite Steel Considering Pearlite Block and Colony.
8. Strength Evaluation of Polycrystalline Silicon Structure Considering Sidewall Morphology.
9. Strength Evaluation Method of Micro Polycrystalline Silicon.
10. Size effect of micro polycrystalline silicon structure with stress concentratio.
11. Fatigue Strength of Notched Specimen of Non-combustible Magnesium Alloy.
12. Strength reliability of micro polycrystalline silicon structure.
Membership in Academic Society
  • Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan, JSAE
  • The Iron and Steel Institute of Japan
  • The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers
  • The Society of Material Science, Japan
  • The Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan
Awards
  • Development and commercialization of MEMS device with hermetic seal by anodic bonding
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