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Hisao Matsunaga
Hisao Matsunaga
確認したメール アドレス: m.kyushu-u.ac.jp
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Essential structure of SN curve: Prediction of fatigue life and fatigue limit of defective materials and nature of scatter
Y Murakami, T Takagi, K Wada, H Matsunaga
International Journal of Fatigue 146, 106138, 2021
1612021
The effect of hydrogen on fatigue properties of steels used for fuel cell system
Y Murakami, H Matsunaga
International Journal of Fatigue 28 (11), 1509-1520, 2006
1572006
Slow strain rate tensile and fatigue properties of Cr–Mo and carbon steels in a 115 MPa hydrogen gas atmosphere
H Matsunaga, M Yoshikawa, R Kondo, J Yamabe, S Matsuoka
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 40 (16), 5739-5748, 2015
1502015
Criteria for determining hydrogen compatibility and the mechanisms for hydrogen-assisted, surface crack growth in austenitic stainless steels
S Matsuoka, J Yamabe, H Matsunaga
Engineering Fracture Mechanics 153, 103-127, 2016
1122016
Hydrogen diffusivity and tensile-ductility loss of solution-treated austenitic stainless steels with external and internal hydrogen
J Yamabe, O Takakuwa, H Matsunaga, H Itoga, S Matsuoka
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 42 (18), 13289-13299, 2017
1072017
Interpretation of hydrogen-assisted fatigue crack propagation in BCC iron based on dislocation structure evolution around the crack wake
D Birenis, Y Ogawa, H Matsunaga, O Takakuwa, J Yamabe, Ø Prytz, ...
Acta Materialia 156, 245-253, 2018
992018
Multi-scale observation of hydrogen-induced, localized plastic deformation in fatigue-crack propagation in a pure iron
Y Ogawa, D Birenis, H Matsunaga, A Thøgersen, Ø Prytz, O Takakuwa, ...
Scripta Materialia 140, 13-17, 2017
722017
On the mechanism of very high cycle fatigue in Ti–6Al–4V
AJ McEvily, T Nakamura, H Oguma, K Yamashita, H Matsunaga, M Endo
Scripta Materialia 59 (11), 1207-1209, 2008
692008
Shear mode threshold for a small fatigue crack in a bearing steel
H Matsunaga, N Shomura, S Muramoto, M Endo
Fatigue & Fracture of Engineering Materials & Structures 34 (1), 72-82, 2011
662011
Pressure cycle testing of Cr–Mo steel pressure vessels subjected to gaseous hydrogen
J Yamabe, H Itoga, T Awane, T Matsuo, H Matsunaga, S Matsuoka
Journal of Pressure Vessel Technology 138 (1), 011401, 2016
642016
The role of intergranular fracture on hydrogen-assisted fatigue crack propagation in pure iron at a low stress intensity range
Y Ogawa, D Birenis, H Matsunaga, O Takakuwa, J Yamabe, Ø Prytz, ...
Materials Science and Engineering: A 733, 316-328, 2018
612018
Unified evaluation of hydrogen-induced crack growth in fatigue tests and fracture toughness tests of a carbon steel
Y Ogawa, H Matsunaga, J Yamabe, M Yoshikawa, S Matsuoka
International Journal of Fatigue 103, 223-233, 2017
582017
Comprehensive understanding of ductility loss mechanisms in various steels with external and internal hydrogen
O Takakuwa, J Yamabe, H Matsunaga, Y Furuya, S Matsuoka
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A 48, 5717-5732, 2017
562017
Pronounced transition of crack initiation and propagation modes in the hydrogen-related failure of a Ni-based superalloy 718 under internal and external hydrogen conditions
Y Ogawa, O Takakuwa, S Okazaki, K Okita, Y Funakoshi, H Matsunaga, ...
Corrosion Science 161, 108186, 2019
552019
The roles of internal and external hydrogen in the deformation and fracture processes at the fatigue crack tip zone of metastable austenitic stainless steels
Y Ogawa, S Okazaki, O Takakuwa, H Matsunaga
Scripta Materialia 157, 95-99, 2018
552018
Hydrogen trapping and fatigue crack growth property of low-carbon steel in hydrogen-gas environment
J Yamabe, M Yoshikawa, H Matsunaga, S Matsuoka
International Journal of Fatigue 102, 202-213, 2017
522017
Qualification of chromium–molybdenum steel based on the safety factor multiplier method in CHMC1-2014
J Yamabe, H Matsunaga, Y Furuya, S Hamada, H Itoga, M Yoshikawa, ...
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 40 (1), 719-728, 2015
522015
Effects of hydrogen gas pressure and test frequency on fatigue crack growth properties of low carbon steel in 0.1–90 MPa hydrogen gas
M Yoshikawa
Trans. JSME 80, SMM0254, 2014
492014
Hydrogen, as an alloying element, enables a greater strength-ductility balance in an Fe-Cr-Ni-based, stable austenitic stainless steel
Y Ogawa, H Hosoi, K Tsuzaki, T Redarce, O Takakuwa, H Matsunaga
Acta Materialia 199, 181-192, 2020
472020
Effects of hydrogen pressure, test frequency and test temperature on fatigue crack growth properties of low-carbon steel in gaseous hydrogen
J Yamabe, M Yoshikawa, H Matsunaga, S Matsuoka
Procedia Structural Integrity 2, 525-532, 2016
462016
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