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ISHINABE Masao

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Year of Birth 1950
Place of Birth Tokyo
Title Professor
Belong to Engineering Science Laboratory
Electrical and Electronic Engineering (graduate school)
Graduated Tokyo University of Science, College of Applied Mathematics
Degree Dr. of Engineering (Tokyo University of Science)
Academic Institutional Membership Material Research Society of Japan
The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers
The Institute of Electonical Engineering of Japan
Field of Study Polymer Eng., Material CAE, Invention of the structure of goods
Research, Studies Research to impart heat resistance to polymers
Curriculum Specialized CAE, 3D-CAD, and etc.

Books Published, Translation

Technology to cope with high heat transfer of materials, Technical Information Institute Co.Ltd, 2019-7

Technology to cope with residual stress of polymer, Technical Information Institute Co.Ltd, 2017-2

The suggestionof analysis methods to estimate minimum strength for elastic buckling of shell structures, Masao Ishinabe, et. al., Shell Structures:Theory and Applications, Vol.3, pp.191-194, 2013-10, CRC Press(Taylor & Francis Group).

Academic Papers, Critique

Solvent crystallization and Heat Resistance of amorphous PET film with ethyl acetate, M.Ishinabe, K.Tsutsumiuchi, K.Imaeda, Transactions of the Materials Research Society of Japan, Vol. 44, No. 1, Feb. issue 2019

Effect of Crystal Status Transformation on the Thermal Shrinkage Characteristics and Extensional Characteristics of Aceraldehyde Solvent-Induced Crystalization PET Film, Transactions of the Materials Research Society of Japan, M.Ishinabe, Y.Yamashita, K.Tsutsumiuchi, K.Tashiro, K.Imaeda, M,Kawamura, Vol.42, No.3, August issue 2017.

A novel method for estimating minimum strength for elastic buckling under axial compression of thin shell structure, K.Hayashi, M.Ishinabe, Shell Structures:Theory and Applications, 2017-10, CRC Press(Taylor & Francis Group).

Development of Solvent-Induced Crystallization Method using Toluene for the Improvement of Thermal Shrinkage of Poly(Ethylene Terephthalate) (PET) Film, Masao ISHINABE, Kohji TASHIRO, Hiroko Yamamo, Kenichi IMAEDA, Seikei-Kakou, VOL.25, NO.8, pp.393-397

Paper publisher to SPRINGER, AN ALGORITHM FOR ESTIMATING MINIMUM STRENGTH OF THIN-WALLED STRUCTURES TO RESIST ELASTIC BUCKLING UNDER PRESSURE, Masao Ishinabe, Kimihiro Hayashi, STRENGTH of MATERIALS(SPRINGER), Vol.44, Issue.2, pp.205-211, March, 2012

An experimental analysis of quick motion to lateral side to avert a danger: M.Ishinabe, T.Matsushita, H.Takadama, K.Miyashita, Y. Yoshifuku:Life health science research institute bulletin VOL.8, 2012-3.

Finite Element Analysis of Mechanical Behavior and Thermal Shrinkage of Poly(Ethylene-Terephthalate) (PET) Film in the Glass Transition Temperature Region ;Masao ISHINABE, Kohji TASHIRO, Kenichi IMAEDA, Yoshihiro YAMASHITA and Kimihiro HAYASHI, TRANSACTIONS OF THE JAPAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS Series A, Vol.78 (2012) , No.785 pp.81-94

Applied Study of Solvent-Induced Crystallization Method for the Reduction of Thermal Shrinkage of Poly(Ethylene Terephthalate) (PET) Film; Masao ISHINABE, Kohji TASHIRO, Kenichi IMAEDA and Daisuke YAMAMOTO,

TRANSACTIONS OF THE JAPAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS Series A, Vol.77 (2011) , No.775 pp.526-534

Introduction of Practical Technology Education through the 3D-CAD and Simulation Software, Masao Ishinabe, Akihiko Okazaki, Kenji Hosokawa, and Morihiko Saeki,D&D conference of the JAPAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, 2011.

Application of the Rubber Elasticity-elastoplasticity Transition Element Instead of Spring Element in Viscoelastic Analysis Model of Heat Drawing Behavior of PET Film, Ishinabe, Masao; Yamashita, Yoshihiro; Imaeda, Kenichi; Hayashi, Kimihiro, Seikei-Kakou, Volume 23, Issue 7, pp.454-461 (2011).

Educational Research on Cultivating a Desire to Learn Science Through Building a Paper Airplane, Masao Ishinabe, Hiroyuki Ishida, Shizuo Iwamoto, Journal of Applied Physics Education(The Japan Society of Applied Physics), Vol.35, No.2(2011).

Educational Research on Improving Innovative Thinking using Paper Airplanes, Masao Ishinabe, Hiroyhuki Ishida, Hideki Matsuyama, Journal of Applied Physics Education(The Japan Society of Applied Physics), Vol.34, No.1, 2010, pp.3-9

T.Machii, M Ishinabe,A new system of printing plate making for deep draw-formed can., Institute of Image Electronics Engineers of Japan,Vol.20, No.1, pp.10-16.

Limit Analysis of Thin Shell Structures by Using a Simplified Element Model : 2nd Report, Crush Analysis by the Updated Lagrangian Approach, TRANSACTIONS OF THE JAPAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS Series A 56(530), 2180-2185, 1990-10-25 Masao Ishinabe, Hiroo Ikegami, Yutaka Toi

Masao Ishinabe,An Algorithm of Contact Problems for Forming Process of Thin Plates, Pergamon J. Ltd. Computers & Structures 1987, Vol.27. No.1., 23-26

Y.Takahashi,Genki Yagawa,Masao Ishinabe, etc., J-Estimation Scheme Solutions in Ductile Fracture Analysis of Stainless Steel Piping, The Pressure Vessel and Piping Conference, San Diego 87-PVP-31, 1-8

Lectures, Symposium, Presentation

Development of Calculation Technology for Shift Cable Arragement, Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan, vol. 952, 97-100, Kazuhito Kojima (TMC), Masao Ishinabe (TOYOTA COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS CO., LTD), and others

Trial molecular dynamics simulation for water absorption of electronic components encapsulation materials, Shinji Shibano (The Japan Research Institute, Limited), Masao Ishinabe (Toyota Technical Developement Company), The Society of Polymer Science, Japan, 2006 Yearly meeting

and etc.

Social Activities

Nagoya university super-computer center, an adviser of non-linear FEM analysis of material and structual engineering

Others

Guidance, cooperation and joint research from an other agency

Inventions;USP, EP (Many Patents)

Many cases of invention patent about a container and a car

Research and development of the new educational tools

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