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Faculty of Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, IWATE UNIVERSITY
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HOJO Tomohiko Assistant Professor

Affiliation Faculty of Engineering
Department of Mechanical Engineering

Graduate School of Engineering
·Master's Programs
Mechanical Engineering
·Doctoral Programs
Mechanical Engineering, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Keywords Ultra High-Strength Steel, Transformation Induced Plasticity, Delayed Fracture, Hydrogen Embrittlement
Summary To improve the car impact safety and the fuel efficiency by the reduction of car weight, ultra high-strength steel sheets are applied to car frame parts. However, deterioration of formability and occurrence of hydrogen embrittlement are appeared in the conventional ultra high-strength steel sheets. In our laboratory, development of ultra high-strength steel sheets with excellent formability and hydrogen embrittlement resistant are conducted by the optimum alloying elements and heat treatment processes.
Research Fields Engineering Materials, Mechanics of Material, Metallurgy
Subjects Exercises in Mechanics of Materials
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