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SP 2012-03-08
Saitama Riken Brain Science Institute Syllable intelligibility of profoundly hearing-impaired rehabilitants using bone-conducted ultrasonic hearing aid
Toshie Matsui, Ryota Shimokura, Osamu Saito, Fumi Fukuda, Tadashi Nishimura, Hiroshi Hosoi (Nara Medical Univ.), Seiji Nakagawa (AIST) SP2011-157
A monosyllable identification task was tested and syllable intelligibility was measured for two profoundly hearing-impai... [more] SP2011-157
US 2010-12-16
Kanagawa Suzukakedai Campus, Tokyo Institute of Technology Reduction Method for Residual Stress on Welded Joint Using Ultrasonic and Low Frequency Vibrations -- Simulation Using Model with Plastic Deformation --
Shigeru Aoki, Tadashi Nishimura, Tetsumaro Hiroi, Katsumi Kurita (TMCIT), Seiji Hirai (IOT), Shigeomi Koshimizu (AIIT) US2010-91
Welding is widely used for construction of many structures. Residual stress is generated near the bead because of locall... [more] US2010-91
US 2007-12-13
Kanagawa Tokyo Inst. of Tech. (Suzukake-dai) Reduction of Residual Stress of Welded Joint Using 2 Ultrasonic Vibrations
Shigeru Aoki, Tadashi Nishimura, Tetsumaro Hiroi (TMCIT), Seiji Hirai (Inst. of Tech.) US2007-86
For reduction of residual stress in welded joint, a method using ultrasonic vibration during welding is proposed. Using ... [more] US2007-86
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