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Hideki OHSHITA

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In the concrete laboratory, we conduct material and mechanical research through experiments and numerical analysis concerning cement-based materials, the main structural material of structural objects that are constructed in civil engineering and the construction field and form a social foundation. Especially in recent years, durability assessment of concrete structures is a large concern of modern society. Maintenance, repair and reinforcement of structures are also important research topics. As such, our laboratory is widely engaged in areas that have a lot of problems yet to be solved.

Year of birth

1964

Degree (University)

Doctor of Engineering (Nagoya University)

Specialization

concrete structures

Subjects managed

Nonlinear Solid Mechanics,Research on Concrete Engineering

Publications, research papers and patents

  • STUDY ON EFFECT OF PORE WATER BEHAVIOR AND VISCO-ELASTIC BEHAVIOR ON CREEP MECHANICS OF CONCRETE, Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu Vol. 2001(2001) No669/ V-50,51-69,2001.2
  • ANALITICAL ATUDY ONPREDICTION OFPORE VOLUME CHANGES DUE TO CARBONATION OFCONCRETE BASED ONDETALED CARBONATION MODEL INTRODUCED CHEMICAL EQUILIBRIUM THEOR, Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshuu E  Vol.62, No.3, 555-568, 2006,8
  • Study on Residual Flexural Strength of RC Beams with Corrosion of Reinforcement, Concrete Research and Technology,Vol.17, No.1, 61-74, Jan. 2006
  • Influence of Lapped Splices on Residual Flexural Behavior of RC Beams with Corrosion of Reinforcements, Concrete Research and Technology, Vol.17, No.1, 75-88, January 2006
  • DUCTILITY EVALUATION MODEL FOR CEMENT BASED MATERIAL BY CARBONATION DEPENDING ON CEMENT ALKALI CONTENT Cement & Concrete (717), 64-70, 2006-11-10

Academic conferences and activities outside the university

Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Japan Concrete Institute and The Japanese Society for Non-Destructive Inspection

Keywords

Concrete Mechanics, Theory of Thermodynamic Equilibrium, Residual Strength, Non-destructive Inspection

Research topics as advisor (Title of master’s thesis and dissertation)

  • Thermodynamic Modeling on Microcell and Macrocell Corrosion of Reinforcement and the Prediction Method of Corrosion and Cracking in Concrete
  • Formulation of Models of Neutralization, Reinforcement Corrosion and Deformity Interaction Analysis for RC Structures
  • Residual Strength Mechanisms of Corroded RC Structures and Strength Assessment

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