Surface Modification, Fatigue, Tribology, Fine Paticle Peening,

[Assistant Professor] Koichiro Nambu

Basic Information

Degree

 Dr.( Engineering)

Laboratory Name

Materials Processing Laboratory

Research Fields

Surface Modification, Fatigue, Tribology, Fine Paticle Peening,

Website

http://www.toyota-ti.ac.jp/Lab/Kikai/ttimpl/custom5.html

E-mail Address

Academic Background

Meijo University

Work History

April,2017, Toyota Technological Institute, Assistant Professor.
April,2011 - March, 2016, National Institute of Technology, Suzuka College, Assistant Professor.

Membership of Academic Societies

Member of The Japan Society for Heat Treatment.
Member of The Japan Society of Materials Science.
Member of The Japan Society for Abrasive Technology.
Member of The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineering
Member of Japan Society of Tribologist.
Member of The Japan Society for Engineering Education.

Original Papers

Characterization of the Hydroxyapatite Layer Formed by Fine Particle Peening and Its Effect on the Fatigue Properties of Commercially Pure Titanium under Four-point Bending
Shoichi Kikuchi, Yuki Nakamura, Koichiro Nambu and Toshikazu Akahori
Surface and Coatings Technology, 2016

Effect of shot peening using ultra-fine particles on fatigue properties of 5056 aluminum alloy under rotating bending
Shoichi Kikuchi, Yuki Nakamura, Koichiro Nambu and Masafumi Ando
Materials Science & Engineering A No.652, 2016

Influence of vacuum carburizing treatment on fatigue crack growth characteristic in DSG2
Koichiro Nambu, Noboru Egami
Fracture and Structurl Integrity,2015

Miscellaneous

Effect of hardness ratio on the behavior of plastic deformation in various metallic materials treated with fine particle peening
Koichiro Nambu, Koki Monda, Kazutoshi Inagaki, Yuto Maeyama and Shoichi Kikuchi
The 30th International conference on Surface Modification Technology (SMT30) proccedings.

Effect of mechanical properties on the erosion mechanism by fine particle peening
Koichiro NAMBU, Koki MONDA, Hitoshi TOYA and Hatsuhiko USAMI
Asia-Pacific Conference on Fracture and Strength 2016 proccedings.

Influence on fatigue strength of aluminum alloy A5052 by fine particle peening using soft particle
Koichiro Nambu, Kazutoshi Inagaki and Yuto Maeyama
Asian Conference on Experimental Mechanics 2016 proccedings.

Influence of the Fine Particle Peening on the Biofilm Generation of Stainless Steel
Koichiro Nambu and Hikaru Sugawara,
2016 International Conference on Engineering Tribology and Applied Technology proccedings.

Infuluence of the particle peening on rotating bending fatigue strength of the aluminum alloy 5052
Koichiro Nambu, Kazutoshi Inagaki, Yuto Maeyama, Noboru Egami
Proceedings of the ATEM2015 (The International Conference on Advanced Technology in Experimental Mechanics 2015)

Fatigue crack progress characteristic of A5052 by fine particle peening
Yuto Maeyama, Kazutoshi Inagaki, Koichiro Nambu
Proceedings of the ATEM2015 (The International Conference on Advanced Technology in Experimental Mechanics 2015)

Influence of vacuum carburizing treatment on fatigue crack growth characteristic in DSG2
Koichiro Nambu, Noboru Egami
Proceedings of CP2015 (The 5th International Conference on Crack Paths) (2015)

Erosive Wear Mechanisms of Metal on Fine Particle Peening Process
Koichiro Nambu, Hitoshi Toya, Hatsuhiko Usami, Yukio Takizawa, Keju Chou, Misaki Saito, Yoshikazu Yamada, Masafumi Ando
ICMDT2015(The 6th International Conference on Manufacturing, MachineDesign and Tribology) of proceedings,2015

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