Research Themes of Dr. Shinozuka, Jun's Laboratory

Current research interests are;
(1) development of an intelligent cutting tool that is able to measure the distributions of temperature and stresses at the tool-chip contact region
(2) enhancement of cutting performance of elastomers with low rigidity
(3) grasping dynamic behavior of materials by means of cutting
(4) development of a materials design system with a FEM cutting simulation
(5) clarification of high-speed and ultra high-speed cutting mechanism
and physical phenomena arising under ultra high-speed cutting condition that the cutting speeds is faster than the speeds of the plastic waves and the plastic shock waves propagate at the plastic shear region.


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2016


Graduate Student

Yutaro SHIMA Study on a visualization of temperature distribution on the rake face during cutting

Undergraduate Students

Yuji MEGURO Characteristic of the cutting of elastomers with a cutting tool possessing multiple minute cutting edges
Yuto KURITA Study on a noise-less measurement of the temperatures at the tool-chip interface for a small cutting tool
Kenta MATSUOKA Influence of the abrasives density in the slurry on the ultrasonic machining properties


2015


Graduate Student

Yuichi IMAKAMA Effect of the parallel micro-grooves fabricated on the tool face on the cutting force reduction for low-rigidity elastomer
Daiki KIDOURA Friction property at the tool-chip interface in high-speed and ultra high-speed cutting
Habibah Binti JAHARADAK Study on the measurement of the temperature field of the whole chip surface near the cutting edge

Undergraduate Students

Akifumi KOTANI Experimental investigation on the heat partition ratio into the tool under high speed and ultra high-speed cutting condition
Tomotaka FUJII Development of a measurement system of the whole temperature field during cutting
Shinji MAEDA Development of a cutting tool having a multiple number of cutting edges on the tool surface


2014


Graduate Student

Ken GOTO A FEM simulation of the serrated type of chip formation employing a damage model

Undergraduate Students

Yutaro SHIMA Measurement of temperature field on the rake face near the cutting edge in turning
Shin TODA Measurement of temperatures at the tool-chip interface in high-speed cutting
Toshihiro NAKAGAKI High quality cutting of elastomers utilizing a cutting tool possessing micro grooves


2013


Graduate Student

Naoki TAKAHASHI Efficacy of high-speed cutting against the improvement of the machinability of viscoelastic materials
Akihisa YAMADA Study on the establishment of a measurement method of temperature field at the tool-chip interface

Undergraduate Students

Takatoshi OGATA High-speed cutting mechanism of Ni-based superalloy Inconel718
Daiki KIDOURA Influences of tool materials and edge treatments on the high-speed cutting performance of Ti-6Al-4V
Naotaka NAGAI Numerical simulation of the formation of the serrated type of chip by employing FEA
HABIBAH BINTI JAHARADAK Study on in-situ measurement method of the temperature field on the tool-chip interface using an indexable insert with seven pairs of micro Cu/Ni thermocouples


2012


Graduate Student

Tappei HIGASHI Clarification of the friction property at the tool-chip interface in high-speed cutting
Junichi HARASHITA Development of the temperature-electromotive force calibration apparatus for micro-thermocouples fabricated on an indexable insert

Undergraduate Students

Ken GOTO Study on improvement of making process for an indexable insert with micro thermocouples
Kosuke HINATA High-speed cutting mechanism of oxygen-free copper with a cutting speed of up to 200 m/s
MOHD AFIQ BIN ABDULLAH Influence of cutting speed and rake angle on the machinability of viscoelastic materials


2011


Graduate Student

Masato SANDO Influence of precipitates of aluminum alloy A2017 on high-speed cutting mechanism up to 160 m/s
Yuji TOMODA Study on the fabrication of a cutting tool with minute built-in thermocouples for measuring temperatures at the tool-chip interface

Undergraduate Students

Satoshi OURA Seebeck properties of minute thermocouples fabricated by plating
Hidenobu YACHI Effect of additives on the high-speed cutting of a powder metallurgy steel
Akihisa YAMADA Development of a cemented carbide tool with minute built-in thermocouples


2010


Graduate Student

none

Undergraduate Students

Satoshi TAKEDA Experimental investigations of cutting mechanism of a powder metallurgy steel in cutting speeds of from 0.5 m/s to 172 m/s
Junichi HARASHITA Development of a cutting tool possessing minute thermocouples fabricated by ultrasonic machining and plating processes
Tappei HIGASHI Influence of the heat treatments upon the high-speed cutting mechanism of aluminum alloy A2017 in cutting speeds of up to 160 m/s


2009


Graduate Student

none

Undergraduate Students

Masato SANDO Clarification of ultra high-speed cutting phenomena employing quantitative analysis of the specific cutting forces
Yuto MITSUHASHI Experimental investigations of high-speed cutting mechanism of a sintered metal under cutting speed of up to 120 m/s
Yuji TOMODA Development of a cutting tool with built-in thermocouples to measure temperature distribution on the tool-chip contact area


2008


Graduate Student

none

Undergraduate Students

Takayuki OJI Characteristics of ultrasonic micro-grooving with a sandwich tool that laminates thin hard material and thin soft material on alumina ceramics
Shogo MIYOSHI Clarification of high-speed cutting mechanism with improved high-speed impact cutting tester


2007 ( Department of Mechanical Engineering, Ibaraki University)


Graduate Student

Tasuku HORIE Development of high-speed cutting tester that can be control cutting environment and clarification of cutting phenomena under ultra high-speed cutting conditions

Undergraduate Students

Ryhoichi INOUE Ultrasonic microgroove-machining with the sandwich tool that thin steel sheet and thin soft sheet are laminated
Masashi SUZUKI An Influence of the fine lattice groves on the rake face upon the characteristic of the cutting mechanism
Hiroshi YAMAZAKI High-speed and Ultra high-speed Cutting Tests with Impact Cutting Tester that can control Cutting Environment


2006 ( Department of Mechanical Engineering, Ibaraki University)


Graduate Student

none

Undergraduate Students

Takamori SAEGUSA Development of cutting stage of cutting environment controlled high-speed cutting testing machine
Saiful Bin IBRAHIM Development of projectile launching and collecting systems of cutting environment controlled high-speed cutting testing machine
Hiromitsu TSUKAKOSHI Development of projectile with built-in small cutting tool


2005 ( Department of Mechanical Engineering, Ibaraki University)


Graduate Student

none

Undergraduate Students

Hisashi SHIRATO Dynamic and Thermo-Elastic-Plastic FEM Simulation in Ultra High-speed Metal Cutting with Drucker-Prager Yield Criterion
Masahide SUGAWARA Fabrication of Microstructure with Fine Particles by Nd:YAG Laser Sintering Process
Tasuku HORIE Development of Ultra high-speed Metal Cutting Testing Machine with Cutting Circumstance Controllable Chamber
Shunsuke MATSUMOTO Influence of Nd:YAG Laser Irradiation Condition and Circumstance on Fabrication of Microstructure


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