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Commendations in 2016
Research Title Name/Title Position
Two-Layer Tool with Hardness Distribution Around Tool Edge for Reducing Cutting Forces CFRP Machining Satoru Maegawa
Assistant Professor
Tottori University
Generalized design method of highly-varied-helix end mills for suppression of regenerative chatter in peripheral milling Takehiro Hayasaka
Assistant Professor
Nagoya University
Design of high-precision ball screw based on small-ball concept Kazuma Otaka Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd.
Mechanism and suppression of frictional chatter in high-efficiency elliptical vibration cutting Hongjin Jung
Graduate student
Nagoya University
Surface topography and dielectric properties of polished PMN-PT single crystals Hideaki Takahashi
YAMAJU CERAMICS CO.,LTD.
Sensorless cutting force estimation for full-closed controlled ball-screw-driven stage Yuki Yamada
Graduate student
Keio University
Measurement of a tool wear profile using confocal fluorescence microscopy of the cutting fluid layer Kneji Maruno Hitachi Ltd.
Drilling of CFRP with an Electrodeposited Diamond Core Drill -Effects of Air Assistance and Tool Shape- Yuto Kojima
Graduate student
Hiroshima University
Improvement in Wear Resistance of Stainless Steel by Laser-induced Local Surface Treatment Ezura Atsushi
Chief
Industrial Technology Center of Tochigi Prefecture
Method of Planning Tool Postures for Deep Groove Machining of Complex Shapes Kohei Ichikawa
Graduate student
Saitama University
Vibration Analysis of Feed Drive System based on Multi-body Dynamics Model Atsushi Nagao
Graduate student
Kobe University
Drastic reduction of grinding fluid flow in cylindrical plunge grinding by means of contact-type flexible brush-nozzle Keita Tokunaga
YAMAZAKI MAZAK CORPORATION.
5-Axis Control Finishing Suppressing Tool Wear Soshi Uchikata
Graduate student
Chubu University
Development of tool collision avoidance method adapted to uncut workpiece shape Kento Watanabe
Graduate student
Saitama University
Development of a Cooperative System with Wire and arc-based additive manufacturing and Machining Hideaki Nagamatsu
Graduate studen
Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
Proposal of a CAPP System for Multi-tasking Machine Tools Dealing with Complicated Machining Operations Yuki Inoue
Graduate student
Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology
Investigation of dynamic behavior of planet gear in planetary gear sets for three-axis driving Masao Nakagawa
Graduate student
Doshisya University

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