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  • Steere,T., Gibson,R. and Tu, J. : Energy Saving Ceramic Metal Halide Lamps Suitable for Probe-Start and Pulse-Start Systems [LEUKOS, Vol.6, No.4, pp.283-297(2010)]  [in Japanese]

    北村 慎一

    Journal of the Illuminating Engineering Institute of Japan 97(6), 340, 2013-06-01

  • Effects of Target Positions on Purkinje Effect  [in Japanese]

    NAKAGAWA Keiko , AKASHI Yukio , ARIMATSU Takayuki , KYOTO Nobuhiro

    … We conducted two experiments by using a high-pressure sodium (HPS)lamp and three ceramic metal halide (CMH) lamps.The experimental results showed that there were small variations in the Purkinje effect depending on target positions. …

    照明学会誌 96(11), 752-760, 2012-11-01

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  • Effects of Target Positions on Purkinje Effect  [in Japanese]

    Nakagawa Keiko , Akashi Yukio , Arimatsu Takayuki , Kyoto Nobuhiro

    … We conducted two experiments by using a high-pressure sodium (HPS) lamp and three ceramic metal halide (CMH) lamps. …

    JOURNAL OF THE ILLUMINATING ENGINEERING INSTITUTE OF JAPAN 96(11), 752-760, 2012

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  • Mechanical Strength Properties of Cu/AlN Composites Subjected to Cyclic Thermal Loadings  [in Japanese]

    SETTSU Nobuhiro , TAKAHASHI Manabu , MATSUSHITA Masafumi , OKABE Nagatoshi

    … We investigate the mechanical strength of ceramic/metal composites subjected to cyclic thermal loading. … First, test samples of Cu/AlN systems are prepared via brazing. …

    Journal of the Society of Materials Science, Japan 61(6), 530-536, 2012

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  • Indoor Lighting Facilities

    MATSUSHIMA Koji , SAITO Yoshinori , ICHIKAWA Shigenori , KAWAUCHI Takao , TANAKA Tsuneo , HIRANO Rika , TAZUKE Fuyuki

    … In spaces with high ceiling, the innovation for easy replacement of light sources used with reflection mirror systems and optical fibers was noted. … In the field of theaters and halls, the time limit for repairing existing systems had come for the large facilities that were opened during the theater and hall construction boom of the 1960s through 1980s, and around 26 renovations were done. … Almost all the renovations were conversions to intelligent dimming systems and lighting control desks. …

    Journal of light and visual environment 32(4), 399-414, 2009-04-01

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  • Indoor Lighting Facilities

    MATSUSHIMA Koji , SAITO Yoshinori , ICHIKAWA Shigenori , KAWAUCHI Takao , TANAKA Tsuneo , HIRANO Rika , TAZUKE Fuyuki

    … In spaces with high ceiling, the innovation for easy replacement of light sources used with reflection mirror systems and optical fibers was noted. … In the field of theaters and halls, the time limit for repairing existing systems had come for the large facilities that were opened during the theater and hall construction boom of the 1960s through 1980s, and around 26 renovations were done. … Almost all the renovations were conversions to intelligent dimming systems and lighting control desks. …

    Journal of Light & Visual Environment 32(4), 399-414, 2008

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  • Influence of Joint Structure of Ceramic-Metal on Its Residual Strength  [in Japanese]

    ZHU Xia , OKABE Nagatoshi , TAKAHASHI Manabu , NAKAHASHI Masako

    … An actual joint structure of ceramics-metal in the airtight seal parts for a neutron detector was studied on the residual stress generated in the joint process due to the difference of the thermal expansion coefficient between ceramics and metal. …

    Journal of the Society of Materials Science, Japan 54(7), 741-747, 2005-07-15

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  • First-Principles Study of Alumina-Copper Interfaces for the Nanostructure Coating Technology

    KOHYAMA Masanori , TANAKA Shingo , YANG Rui

    … The understanding of adhesive and mechanical properties of ceramic-metal interfaces at the microscopic scale is essential to develop innovative nanostructure coating technology. … We performed first-principles calculations of alumina(0001)-copper interfaces, which are typical ceramic-metal systems frequently observed in various applications. …

    Preprints of Annual Meeting of The Ceramic Society of Japan<br>Preprints of Fall Meeting of The Ceramic Society of Japan 2003F(0), 584-584, 2003

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  • Structures and Properties of SiC Nanowires : A Molecular Dynamic Study

    MOON Won-Ha , HWANG Ho-Jung

    … The study of condensed systems with nanometer dimensions is of scientific interest and these materials also have potential applications in electronics. … The outstanding mechanical properties of SiC nanowires make this material a promising candidate for the reinforcing phase in ceramic, metal and polymer matrix composites. …

    Technical report of IEICE. SDM 102(180), 33-36, 2002-06-26

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  • Structures and Properties of SiC Nanowires: A Molecular Dynamic Study

    MOON Won-Ha , HWANG Ho-Jung

    … The study of condensed systems with nanometer dimensions is of scientific interest and these materials also have potential applications in electronics. … The outstanding mechanical properties of SiC nanowires make this material a promising candidate for the reinforcing phase in ceramic, metal and polymer matrix composites. …

    IEICE technical report. Electron devices 102(177), 33-36, 2002-06-26

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  • Cracking in ceramic/metal/polymer trilayer systems

    ZHAO H

    J Mater Res 17(5), 1102-1111, 2002

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  • Correlation between interfacial energy and phase diagram in ceramic-metal systems

    NISHIZAWA T.

    J. Phase Equil. 22, 269-275, 2001

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  • TS-2 Study of a Ceramic/Metal-Shaft/Hub Joining Technique for Applications in Small Ceramic High Temperature Gas Turbines(Session A-1: Development 1)

    HEINRICH U. , MAJIDI K. , PUCHER H. , SCHENK B.

    … This paper provides an interim review of the research activities currently pursued at the Technical University Berlin with support from AlliedSignal Engines & Systems with respect to a ceramic/metal joining technology for small ceramic high temperature gas turbines. … In order to optimize the joint, finite element analysis (FEA) has been used to determine the stress distribution in the ceramic and metal components. …

    The International Gas Turbine Congress : book of abstracts 1999(1), 285-290, 1999-11-14

  • Synthesis of composite materials by infiltration of IVa, Va metals and BN powder mixtures with molten aluminum  [in Japanese]

    KOBASHI Makoto , TONOKURA Naomichi , CHOH Takao

    … The spontaneous infiltration of BN-base powder mixture with molten aluminum was carried out to produce ceramic/metal composites. … Ceramic phases were synthesized by the <i>in situ</i> … denotes a metal element (tantalum, niobium, zirconium or hafnium) . … Each of these metal elements was mixed with BN powder. … were completely formed together with AlN for [Ta, BN] and [Nb, BN] systems, respectively. …

    Journal of Japan Institute of Light Metals 46(12), 638-643, 1996-12-30

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  • Toughening Mechanism for Ceramics by a Ductile Metallic Phase

    HIRANO Kazumi , MARUYAMA Syuji , WATANABE Osamu

    … The basic objective of this study is to establish the material design concepts for the coexistence of good high-temperature mechanical properties and super heat resistance in the systems of ceramic/metal and ceramic/ceramic functionally gradient materials (FGMs). …

    JSME international journal. Ser. A, Mechanics and material engineering 38(2), 213-219, 1995-04-01

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  • Physical Chemistry of Ceramic-Metal Interface Formation

    SCHUSTER Julius C.

    … The formation and microstructure of the interface in ceramic-metal systems is discussed. … Surface phenomena control wetting in non reactive systems as well as the transitions from non reactive to reactive systems. … For reactive systems phase diagrams predict the final equilibrium state. …

    Transactions of JWRI 23(2), 143-147, 1994-12

  • Wetting of Boron Nitride by Molten Al-Si Alloys

    Park Sang-Joon , Fujii Hidetoshi , Nakae Hideo

    … The contact angle of each system changed with time through the four phases (I, II, III, IV) similar to other typical ceramic/metal systems. …

    Journal of the Japan Institute of Metals and Materials 58(2), 208-214, 1994

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  • Toughening Mechanism for Ceramic by a Ductile Metallic Phase.  [in Japanese]

    Hirano Kazumi , Maruyama Syuji , Watanabe Osamu

    … The basic objective of this study is to establish the material design concepts for the coexistence of good mechanical properties with super heat-resistance in the systems of ceramic/metal and ceramic/ceramic FGMs. …

    TRANSACTIONS OF THE JAPAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS Series A 59(561), 1378-1383, 1993

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