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Takehiro Morita Last modified date:2021.11.19

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


Presentations
1. Friction Measurement of Articular cartilage using Nanotribometer.
2. Keito Sakaki,Tekehiro Morita, Yoshinori Sawae, Joichi Sugimura, Influence of carbon fiber type on friction and wear of carbon fiber filled PTFE in high purity hydrogen, 水素トライボロジーシンポジウム, 2020.01.
3. Masayoshi Koga, Naotoshi Shimizu, Yoshinori Sawae, Takehiro Morita, Shugo Onitsuka, Joichi Sugimura, Anti-wear effect of hard polymer particle in PTFE composite Sliding in hydrogen environment, 水素トライボロジーシンポジウム, 2020.01.
4. Hironori Shinmori, Tatsuhiro Hirakawa, Takehiro Morita, Tetsuo Yamaguchi, Yoshinori Sawae, Effect of proteins on friction behavior of copolymer hydrogels consist of hydrophilic and hydrophobic monomers, Bio4Apps2019, 2019.12.
5. Sawae Y , Shinmori H , Kubota M, Morita T, Yamaguchi T, Lubricity of synovial fluid constituents for artificial joint and synovial joint model, Bio4Apps2019, 2019.12.
6. Novel Wear Evaluation Method for Polymer Composite using Fine Hole Scales.
7. Takyuya Yashiki, Takehiro Morita, Yoshinori Sawae, Tetsuo Yamaguchi , Subsonic to Intersonic Transition in Sliding Contact of Soft Solids, India Trib2019, 2019.12.
8. Hironori Shinmori, Takehiro Morita, Tetsuo Yamaguchi, Yoshinori Sawae, Effect of synovial constituents on the wear of UHMWPE, India Trib2019, 2019.12.
9. Yoshinori Sawae, Hironori Shinmori, Yuki Doi, Takehiro Morita, Tetsuo Yamaguchi, Study on synovial joint lubrication with macroscale experimental models of cartilage and synovial fluid, India Trib2019, 2019.12.
10. Evaluation of lubrication effect of extracellular matrix components using type I collagen-chondrocyte complex.
11. Novel Wear Evaluation Method for Polymer Composite using Fine Hole Scales.
12. The role of hard resin filler contained in PTFE composite in friction and wear properties.
13. Subsonic to Intersonic Transition in Sliding Contact of Soft Solids.
14. 土井裕貴,Duong Luan,森田健敬,澤江義則, Evaluation of lubrication effect of ECM using agarose-chondrocyte complex, ITC国際トライボロジー会議, 2019.09.
15. 新盛弘法,久保田万葉,森田健敬,山口哲生,澤江義則 , Effect of synovial constituents on the wear of artificial joints materials, ITC国際トライボロジー会議, 2019.09.
16. 家敷 拓弥、,森田健敬,澤江義則,山口哲生, Subsonic to Intersonic Transition in Sliding Contact of Soft Solids, ITC国際トライボロジー会議, 2019.09.
17. 榊敬仁,森田健敬,谷之口塁,杉村丈一,澤江義則, Influence on the friction given by kind of carbon fiber filled PTFE under hydrogen atmosphere, ITC国際トライボロジー会議, 2019.09.
18. 平川達大、新盛弘法、澤江義則、森田健敬、山口哲生、中田善知, Effect of proteins on frictional behavior of copolymer hydrogels consist of hydrophilic and hydrophobic monomers, Biotribology Sendai 2019, 2019.09.
19. #福留泰平、森田健敬、澤江義則、山口哲生, Dynamic Slip Behavior of Silicone Gels in Laboratory Experiments, ITC国際トライボロジー会議, 2019.09.
20. Takuya Yashiki , Takehiro Morita,Yoshinori Sawae , Tetsuo Yamaguchi, Subsonic to Intersonic Transition in Sliding Contact of Soft Solids, STLE Annual Meeting2019, 2019.05.
21. Hironori Shinomori, Mayo Kubota, Takehiro Morita, Tetsuo Yamaguchi, Yoshinori Sawae , The friction and wear property of artificial joint materials in synovial constituent solutions, STLE Annual Meeting2019, 2019.05.
22. Yoshinori Sawae, Hironori Shinmori, Mayo Kubota, Tatsuhiro Hirakawa, Takehiro Morita,Tetsuo Yamaguhi, Lubricity of synovial fluid constituents evaluated on UHMWPE, International Symposium on Biosurfaces,Biotribology and Biomimics2019, 2019.05.
23. Yoshinori Sawae,Mayo Kubota,Hironori Shinmori,Takehiro Morita,Tetsuo Yamaguchi , Lubricity of synovial fluid constituents for hydrogel cartilage model, STLE Annual Meeting2019, 2019.05.
24. Correlation of PV Value with Wear of DLC in Hydrogen.
25. Low friction and wear of carbon fiber filled PTFE in high purity hydrogen gas -Effect of carbon fiber properties-.
26. Evaluation of cartilage model using nanotribometer.
27. Friction and wear of PTFE composite with multi filler materials in hydrogen gas..
28. Design of Complex Structures Based on Collapse Prediction.
29. Evaluation of lubricating effect by extracellular matrix component and joint fluid component.
30. Effects of biological macromolecules on friction and wear of UHMWPE.
31. Low Friction of Carbon Fiber Filled PTFE Sliding in High Purity Hydrogen Gas and Effect of Trace Moisture Content (Second Report).
32. Low Friction of Carbon Fiber Filled PTFE Sliding in High Purity Hydrogen Gas and Effect of Trace Moisture Content (Second Report) .
33. Subsonic to Transonic Transition in sliding contact of soft solids.
34. Rui TANINOKUCHI, Yoshinori SAWAE, Reona UMEI, Keito SAKAKI, Takehiro MORITA, Joichi SUGIMURA, Low Friction of PAN-based Carbon Fiber Filled PTFE in High-purity Hydrogen, STLE Tribology Frontiers Conference, 2018.10.
35. 福留泰平、森田健敬、澤江義則、山口哲生, Dynamic Slip Behavior of Silicone Gels in Laboratory Earthquake Experiments, KAIST - Kyushu Univ. Joint Workshop, 2018.10.
36. 姫野衛、澤江義則、森田健敬、山口哲生, Negative Poisson's Ratio and Fracture Toughness, KAIST - Kyushu Univ. Joint Workshop, 2018.10.
37. 家敷拓弥、森田健敬、澤江義則、山口哲生, Subsonic to Intersonic Transition in Sliding Contact of Soft Solids, KAIST - Kyushu Univ. Joint Workshop, 2018.10.
38. Evaluation of lubrication effect of extracellular matrix components using agarose-chondrocyte complex.
39. Effect of trace moisture content on low friction mechanism of carbon fiber filled PTFE.
40. Hironori Shinmori, Yoshinori Sawae, Mayo Kubota, Takehiro Morita, Tetsuo Yamaguchi, Effect of proteins and phospholipids for friction between UHMWPE and CoCrMo, 4th International Conference on BioTribology, 2018.09.
41. Mayo Kubota, Yoshinori Sawae, Hironori Shinmori, Takehiro Morita, Tetsuo Yamaguchi, Lubricity of synovial fluid constituents on highly hydrated hydrogel artificial cartilage , 4th International Conference on BioTribology, 2018.09.
42. 榊 敬仁,梅井玲於奈,谷之口塁,森田健敬,澤江義則,杉村丈一, Effect of trace moisture content on low friction mechanism of carbon fiber filled PTFE, ASIATRIB2018, 2018.09.
43. Transonic rolling / sliding contact.
44. Analysis of Lattice Structures with Negative Poisson's Ratio.
45. Evaluation of friction properties of chondrocyte-agarose complex surface with different culture period.
46. Friction characteristics between UHMWPE/CoCrMo in synovial fluid.
47. Effect of trace moisture content on low friction mechanism of carbon fiber filled PTFE.
48. 家敷 拓弥、森田 健敬、澤江 義則、山口哲生, Subsonic to Intersonic Transition in Sliding Contact of Soft Solids, Leeds-Lyon Symposium on Tribology, 2018.09.
49. Evaluation of friction properties of agarose-chondrocyte complex surface.
50. Lubricity of synovial fluid constituents on highly hydrated PVA hydrogel .
51. Effects of surface profile and running-in conditions on hydrogen gas sealing ability of pure PEEK and carbon fiber filled PEEK.
52. Low friction of carbon fiber filled PTFE sliding in high purity hydrogen gas and effect of trace moisture content.
53. Transonic sliding contact.
54. Effect of trace moisture content on low friction mechanism of carbon fiber filled PTFE by self-forming carbon film.
55. The friction and wear of carbon fiber filled PTFE in hydrogen gas atmosphere.
56. Evaluation of frictional properties about chondrocyte agarose complex surface after culture.
57. Effects of shock waves in supersonic rolling/sliding contact.
58. Effect of Synovial Constituents on Friction between UHMWPE and CoCrMo.
59. Deformation Determination of Cultured Cells inside Scaffolds with Mechanical Load.
60. Deformation Determination of Cultured Cells inside Scaffolds with Mechanical Load.
61. Effects of surface roughness and contact shape of pure PEEK and carbon fiber filled PEEK composites on hydrogen gas sealing ability.
62. Low Friction Mechanism of Self-lubricating Carbon Film for Carbon Fiber Filled PTFE.
63. Lubrication Effects of Model Synovial Fluid on Hydrated Hydrogel Artificial Cartilage.
64. Effect of Synovial Constituents on Friction between UHMWPE and CoCrMo.
65. Effects of running-in conditions on hydrogen gas sealing ability of carbon fiber filled PEEK composite.
66. Low Friction Mechanism of Self-lubricating Carbon Film For Carbon Fiber Filled PTFE
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67. T.Morita, Y.Sawae, Joichi Sugimura, EVALUATION OF HYDROGEN GAS SEALING ABILITY OF CARBON FIBER FILLED PEEK COMPOSITE, 5TH MJTS2017, 2017.08.
68. R.Umei, Y.Sawae, T. Morita, LOW FRICTION MECHANISM OF SELF-FORMING CARBON FILM FOR CARBON FIBER FILLED PTFE
, 5TH MJTS2017, 2017.08.
69. H. Ariura, T. Morita, T. Yamaguchi, Y. Sawae, Deformation Determination of Cultured Cells inside Scaffolds under Mechanical Load, 5TH MJTS2017, 2017.08.
70. Y. Sawae,K. Takeda, T. Morita, H. Watanabe,S. Onitsuka,T. Yamaguchi,J. Kaneuchi,J. Sugimura, FRICTION AND WEAR OF PTFE COMPOSITES WITH VERIOUS FILLER MATERIALS IN HIGH PURITY HYDROGEN GAS, 6th Ecotrib2017, 2017.06.
71. Carbon film formation on the surface of carbon fiber filled PTFE during sliding in High-purity Hydrogen (Second report).
72. K.FUKUDA, T. Morita, T.Yamaguchi, Y. Sawae, Relationship between dynamic stress field and ECM production in regenerated cartilage tissue, ICETA2016, 2016.11.
73. R.Baba, Y. Sawae, T. Morita, T.Yamaguchi, Frictional Characteristics of Hip Joint Prosthesis with Hydrogel Acetabular Liner, ICETA2016, 2016.11.
74. Y. Sawae, T. Morita, T.Yamaguchi, J.Sugimura, Friction and Wear of PTFE Composites in High Purity Hydrogen, ICETA2016, 2016.11.
75. Y. Sawae, T.Yamaguchi, T. Morita, Influence of protein adsorption on friction of metal/UHMWPE sliding pair, ICoBt2016, 2016.09.
76. T. Morita, Y. Sawae, J.Sugimura, Effects of sliding speed on friction and wear of carbon fiber filled PTFE in Hydrogen
, MJTS2016, 2016.08.
77. Y. Sawae, T.Yamaguchi, T. Morita, Frictional characteristics of highly hydrated hydrogel artificial cartilage, MJTS2016, 2016.08.
78. Y. Sawae, T. Morita, J. Sugimura, Self-forming carbon film lubrication for carbon fibre filled PTFE in high purity hydrogen gas environment
, NORDTRIB2016, 2016.06.
79. Hiroshi Kojima, Yoshinori Sawae, Takehiro Morita, Tetsuo Yamaguchi, Joichi Sugimura, Effect of trace moisture content on friction and wear of carbon fiber filled PTFE in hydrogen and nitrogen, 2016 HYDROGENIUS & I2CNER Tribology Symposium, 2016.02.
80. Kyota Takeda, Joe Kaneuchi, Takehiro Morita, Yoshinori Sawae, Joichi Sugimura, Tribological Behavior of PTFE Composites in Hydrogen Atmosphere, 2016 HYDROGENIUS & I2CNER Tribology Symposium, 2016.02.
81. Yoshinori Sawae, Takehiro Morita, Tetsuo Yamaguchi, Friction characterization of hydrogel acetabular liner for hip joint prosthesis, ISAHC2016, 2016.01.
82. Kanao Fukuda, Takehiro Morita, Severe-mild wear transltion at different relative humidity rates, MITC2015, 2015.11.
83. H.Kojima, Yoshinori Sawae, Takehiro Morita, Joichi Sugimura, Effect of trace moisture content on friction on carbon fiber filled PTFE in high purity gas , MITC2015, 2015.11.
84. Junichi Yoshihisa, Yasuhiro Shimazu, Takehiro Morita, Yoshinori Sawae, Joichi Sugimura, Tribological Characteristics of Polymer Composite in Hydrogen, ITC Tokyo 2015, 2015.09.
85. Takehiro Morita, Yoshinori Sawae, Joichi Sugimura, Hydrogen Sealing Ability and Wear Characteristics of PEEKand PEEK composite, ITC Tokyo 2015, 2015.09.
86. Mechanical design considerations for Zirconia-Abutments of dental implant



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87. Propagation of fatigue cracks in sliding friction of brittle hydrogels



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88. Difference in frictional behavior of carbon fiber filled PTFE caused by omcreased trace moisture content in high purity gas


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89. In-situ observation of transfer film formation of polymer materials with fluorescence microscope
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90. Visualization of the wear proces using the acrylic resin
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91. Evaluation of Gas Sealing ability of unfilled PEEK and carbon fiber filled PEEK.
92. 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.
93. Effect of trace moisture content on friction and wear of carbon fiber filled PTFE in high purity .
94. Oxidative degradation of cross-linked UHMWPE and its effect on wear behavior.
95. Study on hydrogen sealing ability of polymer composites.
96. Mechanical efficacy assessment of dental implant support for cantilever partial denture
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97. Friction, wear and gas sealing ability of PEEK resin in hydrogen.
98. Influence of trace moisture content on friction and wear of PTFE composites in high purity gas.
99. Pattern formation in fatigue fracture of brittle hydrogels.
100. An Attempt at Analyzing Chronological Changes in Adhesive Wear-3.
101. Friction and Damage of EPDM for O-Rings at Start of Sliding.
102. Takehiro Morita, Yoshitaka Naganuma, Yoshinori Sawae, Kazumi Okada, Yoshie Kurono, Joichi Sugimura, Hiroyoshi Uejima, Joe Kaneuchi, Friction and Wear of PTFE Composites in Hydrogen under High Temperature and High Sliding Speed Condition, 2014 HYDROGENIUS & I2CNER Tribology Symposium, 2014.01.
103. Hayato Ideguchi, Yoshinori Sawae, Takehiro Morita, Kazuhiro Nakashima, Joichi Sugimura, Effects of Filler Materials in Polymer Composite on Hydrogen Sealing Ability and Wear Characteristics, 2014 HYDROGENIUS & I2CNER Tribology Symposium, 2014.01.
104. Kazumi Okada, Yoshinori Sawae, Takehiro Morita, Joichi Sugimura, Friction and Wear of Carbon Fiber Filled PTFE in Gaseous Hydrogen, 2014 HYDROGENIUS & I2CNER Tribology Symposium, 2014.01.
105. Friction and wear of PTFE composites in hydrogen under high temperature and high sliding speed condition.
106. Friction and Wear of Carbon Fiber Filled PTFE in Gaseous Hydrogen.
107. 楊虹,澤江義則,鎗光清道,森田健敬,山口哲生, Experimental Study on Friction Behavior of Lubricated Polyvinyl Alcohol (PVA) Hydrogel Layer under Line Contact, 日本トライボロジー学会, 2013.10.
108. Analysis of a Tribo-data data Distribution on a Sliding Surface under Boundary Lubrication.
109. Effects of filler materials in polymer composites for hydrogen sealing ability and wear characteristics.
110. ZaidAliSubhi,森田健敬,福田応夫, A Study on the mechanism of humidity to influence sliding phenomena, 日本トライボロジー学会, 2013.10.
111. Effect of combination of metals on friction and wear in hydrogen.
112. Friction and Wear Characteristics of PTFE Composites with different Filler Materials.
113. Mechanical study on removable partial denture supported with dental implant.
114. ZaidAliSubhi,森田健敬,福田応夫, Influences of humidity on the early stage of sliding contact, 日本トライボロジー学会, 2013.05.
115. Influences of Material Properties on Adhesive Wear Mechanism.
116. Effect of phospholipids on friction and wear of Ultra-High Molecular Weight Polyethylene.
117. Effect of exposure to high pressure hydrogen on friction and wear of SUS316 .
118. Takehiro Morita, Yoshie Kurono, Eiichi Miyakoshi, Shunichiro Doi, Hideki Watanabe, Yoshinori Sawae, Joichi Sugimura, Friction and Wear of Cobalt-Based Alloy in High Pressure Hydrogen, 2013 Hydrogenius Tribology Symposium, 2013.01.
119. Takehiro Morita, Mizuki Nabeshima, Yoshinori Sawae, Yoshie Kurono, Joichi Sugimura, Effects of Counterface Materials and Temperature on Friction and Wear of PTFE Composites in Hydrogen, 2013 Hydrogenius Tribology Symposium, 2013.01.
120. Yoshinori Sawae, Hayato Ideguchi, Takehiro Morita, Kazuhiro Nakashima, Joichi Sugimura, Experimental Study on Hydrogen Sealing Ability and Wear Characteristics of PTFE Composites, 2013 Hydrogenius Tribology Symposium, 2013.01.
121. Yoshinori Sawae, Takehiro Morita, Kazuhiro Nakashima, Eichi Miyakoshi, Shunichiro Doi, Hideki Watanabe, Joichi Sugimura, Tribology of Polymer Sealing Materials in Hydrogen, 2013 Hydrogenius Tribology Symposium, 2013.01.
122. 森田 健敬, 鍋島瑞貴, 黒野好恵, 澤江 義則, 杉村 丈一, Effects of counterface materials and temperature on friction and wear of PTFE composites in hydrogen, 39th Leeds-Lyon Symposium on Tribology, 2012.09.
123. Experimental study of hydrogen sealing ability and wear characteristics of polymer composites.
124. An attempt at analyzing chronological changes of wear particles on pin-on-disk apparatus.
125. An attempt at analyzing chronological changes in adhesive wear -2.
126. Friction and wear of cobalt-based alloy in high pressure hydrogen.
127. An attempt at analyzing chronological changes in adhesive wear.
128. Effect of combination of some alloys on friction and wear in hydrogen.
129. Effect of counterface roughness on wear and hydrogen sealing ability of polymer seal.
130. Effects of Water Concentration and Sliding Conditions on Friction and Wear of Some Alloys in Hydrogen.
131. Effects of surrounding gas and materials on surface film formation in polymer/metal sliding contact.
132. Effects of filler materials on friction and wear of PTFE composites in hydrogen environment.
133. EHL Numerical Simulation of Reciprocating Rolling Point Contact Considering Cavity.
134. EHL Numerical Simulation of Reciprocating Rolling Point Contact Considering Cavity.
135. Behaviours of tribosurfaces exposed to high pressure hydrogen.
136. Experimental study of rubber traction with concrete model surfaces.
137. Effects of Oxygen Concentration and Water Content on Friction and Wear of Stellite 6B and SUS316 .
138. Friction and wear characteristics of valve materials in hydrogen gas environment.
139. Fretting Wear Test in Hydrogen Gas Environment (4th Report).
140. Small-Amplitude Friction and Wear Tests of O-ring in Hydrogen Gas Environment.
141. Tribological data of various materials in a simulated practical hydrogen environment.
142. Amount of Oil and Pressure in Cavity in EHL Reciprocating Rolling Contact.
143. Small-Amplitude Friction and Wear Tests of O-ring in Hydrogen Gas Environment.
144. Friction and wear of some alloys in gaseous hydrogen.
145. Effects of Oxygen Concentration and Water Content on Fricyion and Wear of Stellite 6B and SUS316.
146. Effects of hydrogen environment on the friction and wear of some metals -4.
147. Influence of water vapor in hydrogen gas on the friction and wear of cobalt-based alloy.
148. EHL numerical simulation in reciprocationg rolling point contact.
149. Fretting wear tests of steels in hydrogen gas environment
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150. Tribology Experiments with Spinning Tops.
151. Influence of hydrogen gas environment on friction and wear of Stellite 6B.
152. Influence of gas environment and sliding conditions on friction and wear of cobalt-based alloy.
153. Measurement of rubber traction with model surfaces of concrete and array of ceramic balls.
154. Amount of Oil in Inlet in EHL Reciprocating Rolling Contact.
155. Influence of gas environments on friction and wear of cobalt-based alloy.
156. Measurement of Rubber Traction with Array of Ceramic Balls.
157. Analysis of non-steady state behavior of friction coefficient with wavelet transform.
158. Friction test and analysis system with transfer vessel.
159. Analysis of friction and wear in hydrogen environment using friction force and specimen displacement maps.
160. Friction and Weare of Valve Materials in Various Gas Environments (2nd Report).
161. Estimation of Cavity Length in an EHL Point Contact.
162. Motion Measurement of a Rolling Element of Oscillatory Ball Bearing.
163. Friction and Weare of Valve Materials in Various Gas Environment.
164. Effects of Surface Texture on Formation and Failure of Lubricating Film (Part 2).
165. Effects of Plastic Flow under a Positive Sliding Condition on Crack Initiation and Propagation
Kazunori Ichimaru,Takehiro Morita,Kotaro Ooishi,JSME.
166. Influence of Plastic Flow upon the Initiation and Propagation of crack in Rolling Contact Fatigue
Takehiro Morita,Kazunori Ichimaru,ITC.
167. Observation of Crack Propagation in Rolling-Sliding Contact of Rollers with Crack Initiated by Fretting Fatigue - Influence of Surface Roughness of Mating Roller -
Kazunori Ichimaru,Takehiro Morita,Takashi Shimizu,JAST.
168. Details Observation of Ptting Cracks using Web Technology
Takehiro Morita,Kazunori Ichimaru,JAST.
169. Numerical Analysis of Oil Formation under Reciprocating Rolling Contact.
170. Experimental Study on the Crack Propagation of Pitting Crack Using Test Rollers with Fretting Cracks.
171. Fretting wear tests of steels in hydrogen gas.
172. Friction and wear of cobalt-based alloy in hydrogen.
173. Friction and wear of polymeric sealing materials in hydrogen.
174. Friction and wear of some polymers slid against Stellite 6B in hydrogen.
175. Effects of Water Concentration and Sliding Conditions on Friction and Wear of Some Alloys in Hydrogen.
176. Effects of metal counter surfaces on friction and wear of polymeric seal materials in hydrogen.
177. Effect of lipid on wear and friction of Ultra-High Molecular Weight Polyethylene.