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    Ocean Material Engineering Subarea

    Professor OSAWA Naoki   Associate Professor HAYASHI Shigehiro   Assistant Professor SAWAMURA Junji
    We pursue education and research on material and related technologies for asset integrity management of ships and offshore structures (fatigue and corrosion), design of ships and offshore structures in ice sea (maneuverability and structural response under ice load), fabrication technologies of large steel structures (curved plate forming, straightening). Also studied is applied mechanics theory such as non self-adjoint problems.

    Ocean Space Development Subarea

    Professor KASHIWAGI Masashi   Associate Professor MINOURA Munehiko
    With wave-body interactions set as the core theme, research on the propulsion and seakeeping performance of ships in actual seas is conducted in terms of theoretical analyses, numerical computations, and wave-basin experiments. Contribution to the university-industry collaboration is made in the development of “an analysis system for ship propulsion performance in waves” by integrating analysis tools developed so far. In addition, in conjunction with the use of ocean energy and space, we are also doing research on hydroelastic performance of a very large floating structure, wave-energy absorption, and development of a platform to be used for offshore wind-energy utilization.

    Marine Mechanical System Engineering Subarea

    Professor HASEGAWA Kazuhiko   Associate Professor SUZUKI Hiroyoshi   Assistant Professor SENGA Hidetaka
    We are conducting advanced education and research aiming at not only development of marine machines and new those functions preserving marine environment, but also disaster prevention of large scale industrial parks damaged by large scale natural hazards, based on the subjects of marine hydrodynamics, vehicle dynamics and robotics, combined with oceanology, biomechanics and disaster prevention engineering.


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