Reseachers Databook

Faculty of Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering, IWATE UNIVERSITY

NISHIKAWA NaohiroAssistant 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 Electric Rust Prevention Processing Methods, Microfabrication
Summary Cutting and grinding fluids are important in conventional cutting and grinding processes. After these fluids have been used in the process, they become waste. Because the waste contains oil and chemicals such as rust preventive agents, the cost of treatment is extremely high. In addition, there have been concerns over the environmental impact. To address this problem, I have developed an electric rust prevention processing method that uses water alone as the working fluid. When processing is carried out with water, rust-related problems may occur, and this has been solved by applying an electric current with the workpiece being processed as the anode. In addition, I am also engaged in research into microprocessing using a deposition process where metal is deposited, instead of a removal process where metal is ground away.
Research Fields Production Mechanical Engineering, Micro-Machining
Subjects Workshop Practice, English Seminar in Science and Technology, Seminar in Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Laboratory
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