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Technical Committee on Ultrasonics (US)  (2018)

Chair: Yoshikazu Koike (Shibaura Inst. of Tech.)
Vice Chair: Hikaru Miura (Nihon Univ.), Kentaro Nakamura (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.)
Secretary: Mototaka Arakawa (Tohoku Univ.), Shinnosuke Hirata (Chiba Univ.)
Assistant: Shin Yoshizawa (Tohoku Univ.)

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US 2018-12-10
Tokyo   Detecting defect of solid material by scanning source method with high-intensity aerial ultrasonic wave
Ayumu Osumi, Yusuke Asada, Itou Youichi (Nihon Univ.) US2018-70
 [more] US2018-70
US 2018-12-10
Tokyo   Acoustic focusing to the waveguides utilizing double parabolic reflectors
Kang Chen (The Univ. of Tokyo), Takasuke Irie (Microsonic Co), Takashi Iijima (AIST), Takeshi Morita (The Univ. of Tokyo) US2018-71
Acoustic waveguides are utilized for guiding sound waves and have been universally exploited for low-loss ultrasound tra... [more] US2018-71
US 2018-12-10
Tokyo   Control of the surface profile of thixotropic fluid using ultrasound
Kentaro Masuda, Kyohei Horie, Daisuke Koyama, Mami Matsukawa (Doshisha Univ.) US2018-72
 [more] US2018-72
US 2018-12-10
Tokyo   Development of Burnishing Method by using High intensity Ultrasonic Pulse
Sayuri Tarvainen, Yuji Watanabe (Takushoku Univ.) US2018-73
Burnishing is one of the mirror finishing method by using a smooth tool in order to polish work piece surface adding mod... [more] US2018-73
US 2018-12-10
Tokyo   One Wave-Length Longitudinal Vibration Mode Diagonal Slit Complex Vibration Converter for Ultrasonic Complex Vibration Welding System -- 27 kHz and 40 kHz Complex Vibration Welding Systems Using Various Exchangeable Welding Tips --
Jiromaru Tsujino (Kanagawa Univ., LINK-US) US2018-74
19.5 kHz complex vibration systems using various complex transverse vibration welding tips vibrating in rotating circula... [more] US2018-74
US 2018-12-10
Tokyo   Non-metal high-power ultrasonic motors utilizing Langevin-type alumina/PZT transducers operated in orthogonal bending modes
Jiang Wu, Yosuke Mizuno, Kentaro Nakamura (Tokyo Tech.) US2018-75
 [more] US2018-75
US 2018-12-10
Tokyo   Ultrasonic welding of dissimilar metals using planar vibration -- In the case of changing size and installation direction of the welding sample --
Yosuke Tamada, Takuya Asami, Hikaru Miura (Nihon Univ.) US2018-76
Since ultrasonic welding does not use heat, welding of dissimilar metals having different melting points can be easily p... [more] US2018-76
US 2018-12-10
Tokyo   On application of ultrasonic vibration to manufacturing and future aspects
Shigeru Aoki (TMICT), Yasunori Sakai, Tomohisa Tanaka (Tokyo Institute of Technology) US2018-77
Ultrasonic vibration is applied to many manufacturing fields The authors have applied ultrasonic vibration to manufactur... [more] US2018-77
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