Materials Science Research in Japan
DIANE Publishing, 1994 - 58 lappuses
Compilation of various summaries, overviews and reports on recent advances in high-technology science research in Japan.
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58. lappuse - Department of Materials Science and Engineering Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA...
8. lappuse - China Lake, California. He started there as a research physicist in the Semiconductor Physics Branch, then as a supervisory research physicist he headed the Electron Structure of Solids Branch and the Semiconductor and Surface Science Branch, both in the Physics Division, Research Department Dr Rehn received his BA in physics at the University of California, Berkeley in 1953 and his Ph.D. in physics from the University of Pittsburgh in 1962. After completing his thesis research in nuclear quadrupole...
56. lappuse - Mean-field Micromechanics Model and its Application to the Analysis of Thermomechanical Behavior of Composite Materials,
62. lappuse - ... relation by fuzzy reasoning). As in any science, practical successes call for theoretical justifications. Although the above technologies have become firmly established in welldefined domains of applications, only few theoretical results have been obtained. Theoretical results are needed not only for explaining the successful results but also for guiding general design methodology for systems. The success of neural networks is explained by the universal approximation property (via Stone-Weierstrass...
64. lappuse - Department of Systems Science Tokyo Institute of Technology 4259 Nagatsuta, Midori-ku Yokohama 227 Japan Tel: +81 45-922-1111 ext.
52. lappuse - Composites Proceedings of the International Symposium on Advances in Cast Reinforced Metal Composites," (SG Fishman and AK Dhingra, eds.), ASM International, Metals Park, OH, 1988.
22. lappuse - Electron-Channelling Enhanced Microanalysis of Intermetallic Compounds." Substantial increases in positron lifetime were caused in both Ti-49a%Al and Ti-56a%Al alloys by the electron irradiation, demonstrating that there are no structural vacancies on either side of the stoichiometric composition. Osaka University Y. Umakoshi, T. Nakano, and T. Yamane have reported on "Control Lamellae Structure and Plastic Behavior of TiAl Crystals Grown by a Floating Zone Method.
8. lappuse - Lake, he undertook research in clcctrorcflcctance of wide-gap semiconductors and insulators. Beginning in 1973, he participated in the establishment of the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory and continued with the application of synchrotron radiation in research in semiconductors and semiconductor surfaces. In 1976 he initiated a research program in liquid-phase epitaxy, followed in 1984 by research in molecular-beam epitaxial growth and characterization of semiconductor materials and hctcrostructurcs.
56. lappuse - Stress Relaxation by Dislocation Punching to Radial Direction from a Long Fiber in a Composite,