山本 憲司

Yamamoto Kenji

  • 教授
  • 学位:博士(工学)

基本情報

所属

  • Undergraduate School of Architecture and Urban Planning / Department of Architecture and Building Engineering
  • Undergraduate School of Engineering / Department of Architecture and Building Engineering
  • Graduate School of Science and Technology / Course of Science and Technology
  • Graduate School of Engineering / Course of Architecture and Civil Engineering

詳細情報

研究分野

  • Social infrastructure (civil Engineering, architecture, disaster prevention) Building structures and materials

論文

BUCKLING ANALYSIS OF GRID SHELLS STIFFENED WITH TENSION BRACES

PREDICTION OF MEMBER PLASTIC DEFORMATIONS OF MULTI-SPAN GABLE FRAME STRUCTURES SUBJECTED TO EARTHQUAKE MOTION IN SPAN DIRECTION

OPTIMIZATION OF CORRUGATION PATTERN ON CORRUGATED SHELLS

Linear Buckling Analysis Considering No-compression Property of Metal Grid Shells Stiffened by Tension Braces

Application of Multiphase Flow Analysis based on Level Set Method to Mechanism of Oil Consumption around Piston Ring

Dynamic Contact Analysis of Piston Ring in Distorted Cylinder Bore

Form evaluation of free-form shells by using bending strain energy ratio

所属学会

  • International association for shell and spatial structures

共同研究・競争的資金等の研究課題

Seismic Response Behavior of Single Deck Type Floating Roof on Oil Strage Tanks

Nonlinear sloshing analysis of cylindrical liquid storage tank with single-deck type floating roof

Structural morphogenesis with diversity of solutions (Structural morphogenesis and optimization using simulated breeding and bonsai procedure)

Nonlinear Vibration Response of Cylindrical Tanks on Shaking Table Driven by Horizontal Periodic Force

Nonlinear Vibration Responses of a Circular Cylindrical Tank with Water on Shaking Table Driven by Periodic Force

Structural Morphogenesis of Spatial Structure by Using Life-like Approach

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