Strength Design Laboratory

<<Lecturer>>  Hiroyuki Yamada

Hiroyuki Yamada

Name: 
Hiroyuki Yamada
Title: 
Lecturer 
Laboratory: 
Strength Design Laboratory  
E-mail: 
Hiroyuki Yamada
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Current Teaching: 

Mechanics Engineering Experiments

Research Interests: 

Mechanics of Materials, Impact Engineering, Metal Engineering

Current Research: 

Impact deformation of mechanical materials by split Hopkinson pressure bar method
Evaluation of impact absorption energy in foam materials
Elucidation of hydrogen embrittlement phenomenon in materials used for high pressure hydrogen gas containers

Future Research: 

Design development of impact test apparatus
Investigation of relation between embrittlement phenomenon and strain rate in materials

Keywords: 

Impact, Strain rate, Material(Aluminum alloy), Embrittlement phenomenon, Foam material

Topics: 
Publications: 

1. Effect of trace sodium on high temperature embrittlement in quasi-static and impact deformation of Al-5 mass% Mg alloys: Materials Transactions, Vol. 50, No. 12, pp. 2790-2794, 2009.
2. Effect of environmental hydrogen on impact tensile properties of 6061 and 7075 aluminum alloys: Proceedings of 11th International Conference on Aluminum Alloys (ICAA11), 2008.
3. Impact tensile properties in Al-Mg-Si base alloys for automotive use: International Journal of Modern Physics B, Vol. 22, Issue 9-11, pp. 1123-1128, 2008.

Education: 

University of Fukui (Bachelor's degree)
Osaka university (Master's degree)
Osaka university (Doctor of Philosophy degree)

Doctorate: 
Dr. Eng 
Experience:
Membership: 

JSME, JILM, JIM, JSMS

Awards: