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Committee Date Time Place Paper Title / Authors Abstract Paper #
Kyoto Doshisha Univ. [Poster Presentation] High-intensity ultrasound field formation in cylinders and transportation experiment of small objects
Shunya Tanaka, Manabu Aoyagi, Hidekazu Kajiwara (Muroran IT), Hideki Tamura, Takehiro Takano (Tohoku IT) US2018-93
A standing wave sound field of high-intensity ultrasound pressure can be formed inside the cylinder by strongly driving ... [more] US2018-93
US 2018-05-21
Tokyo   Atempt of increase of holding force acting to object levitated by nearfield acoustic levitation
Kohei Aono, Manabu Aoyagi, Hidekazu Kajiwara (Muroran-IT), Hideki Tamura, Takehiro Takano (Tohoku-IT) US2018-11
A near-field acoustic levitation phenomenon occurs to an object the base of which is parallel to a vibrating plane and h... [more] US2018-11
US 2015-09-03
Hokkaido   Examination of vibration mode design and excitation method of spherical stator
Shuta Nakajima, Manabu Aoyagi, Hidekazu Kajiwara (Muroran Inst. of Tech.), Hideki Tamura, Takehiro Takano (Tohoku Inst. of Tech.) US2015-46
A multidegree-of-freedom ultrasonic motor (MDOF-USM) has high torque at low speeds, a self-holding force and excellent f... [more] US2015-46
US 2015-09-03
Hokkaido   Consideration of load cell with elastic vibration of cylinder
Su Eto, Manabu Aoyagi (Muroran Inst. of Tech.), Hideki Tamura, Takehiro Takano (Tohoku Inst. of Tech.) US2015-47
The dumbbell-shape hollow cylinder coordinated by an appropriate shape can cause a flexural vibration only in its center... [more] US2015-47
US 2015-09-04
Hokkaido   Generation of acoustic flow using a cylindrical pipe vibrating in axisymmetric flexural travelling wave and application to non-contact ultrasonic transportation
Takehiro Takano, Hideki Tamura (Tohoku Inst. of Tech.), Manabu Aoyagi (Muroran Inst. of Tech.) US2015-55
It is well-known that acoustic flow is generated in air near ultrasonic travelling wave. We have proposed that damped fl... [more] US2015-55
US 2015-09-04
Hokkaido   Trail of strong sound field formation in metal pipe
Akihiro Nakao, Manabu Aoyagi (Muroran Inst. of Tech.), Hideki Tamura, Takehiro Takano (Tohoku Inst. of Tech.) US2015-56
A levitation transport using the flexural vibration mode of a cylindrical pipe and the resonance of its internal air col... [more] US2015-56
US 2009-09-29
Hokkaido Noboribetsu Grand Hotel Performance analysis of An ultrasonic actuator by SPICE simulation
Manabu Aoyagi, Koichi Seno, Yoshio Suzuki (Muroran Inst. of Tech.), Takehiro Takano (Tohoku Inst. of Tech.), Hideki Tamura (Yamagata Univ.) US2009-38
For analyzing intuitively and macroscopically the performance of an ultrasonic actuator, electromechanical equivalent ci... [more] US2009-38
US 2009-09-29
Hokkaido Noboribetsu Grand Hotel Characteristics of Mode-Coupling Single Phase Drive LiNbO3 Ultrasonic Motor Depended on Length to Width Ratio of the Stator Vibrator
Hideki Tamura (Yamagata Univ.), Manabu Aoyagi (Muroran Inst. of Tech.), Yasuhiro Yamayoshi (Yamagata Univ.), Takehiro Takano (Tohoku Inst. of Tech.), Seiji Hirose (Yamagata Univ.) US2009-39
An internal coupling effect resulting from the crystal anisotropy of LiNbO$_3$ can be applied to a single phase driven u... [more] US2009-39
US 2009-09-29
Hokkaido Noboribetsu Grand Hotel Ultrasonic Motor Using a Diagonally Symmetrical Multilayer Ceramic Plate Vibrating in L1-B2 Coupling modes
Takehiro Takano (Tohoku Inst. of Tech.), Hideki Tamura, Yoshiro Tomikawa (Yamagata Univ.), Manabu Aoyagi (Muroran Inst. of Tech.) US2009-41
 [more] US2009-41
US 2008-09-26
Miyagi   Examination of Electrical Control of Ultrasonic Actuator
Manabu Aoyagi, Tsuyoshi Takemura, Keijiro Akiba (Muroran Institute of Tech.), Takehiro Takano (Tohoku Institute of Tech.), Hideki Tamura, Yoshiro Tomikawa (Yamagata Univ.) US2008-39
The contact type of an ultrasonic motor (USM) is usually operated under constant preload. It is well-known that a preloa... [more] US2008-39
US 2007-09-27
Miyagi Tohoku Univ. Single Phase Drive Ultrasonic Motor of LiNbO3 Rectangular Plate -- Utilization of mode coupling caused by crystal anisotropy --
Hideki Tamura, Kyousuke Shibata, Seiji Hirose (Yamagata Univ.), Manabu Aoyagi (Muroran Inst. of Tech.), Yoshiro Tomikawa (Yamagata Univ.), Takehiro Takano (Tohoku Inst. of Tech.) US2007-35
This paper deals with an ultrasonic motor using single crystal LiNbO$_3$ as a lead-free piezo-material. A single phase d... [more] US2007-35
US 2007-09-27
Miyagi Tohoku Univ. Speed control method of ultrasonic linear motor using ring-type vibrator
Manabu Aoyagi (Muroran Inst. of Tech.), Takehiro Takano (Tohoku Inst. of Tech.), Yoshiro Tomikawa, Hideki Tamura, Seiji Hirose (Yamagata Univ.) US2007-36
 [more] US2007-36
US 2007-09-27
Miyagi Tohoku Univ. Ultrasonic motor using a diagonally symmetrical layer ceramic plate vibrating in L1-F2 coupling vibration modes
Takehiro Takano (Tohoku Insti. Tech..), Hideki Tamura, Yoshiro Tomikawa (Yamagata Univ.), Manabu Aoyagi (Muroran Insti, Tech.) US2007-38
 [more] US2007-38
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