Papers by Author: Shinichi Enoki

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Authors: Yoshifumi Ohbuchi, Sota Sugahara, Shigeru Tanaka, Shinichi Enoki, Genj Hotta, Hidetoshi Sakamoto
Abstract: In order to promote the recycling of the one way glass bottles, the impact fracture by using the pulse power underwater shock-wave with micro bubble was examined. It is reported that the pressure of underwater shock-wave with micro-bubble increases. From the experimental result, the glass bottle‘s crushed experiment was executed in the water with micro-bubble. As a result, the small glass fragments (Cullet) increased and it was shown that the micro-bubble in the water promoted the bottle fracture.
Authors: Shinichi Enoki, Yuki Shibayama, Mitsuru Saito, Junichi Ito, Yasunori Nakamura, Tomiso Ohata
Abstract: Suspended ceilings consist of ceiling boards, furring channels, channel clips, furring brackets, hangers and ceiling bolts. The ceilings are easy to drop down when the large earthquake occurred. The channel clips deform and disengage from the ceilings or break at that time. Design engineers calculate and evaluate the stress in the clips by using method with mechanics of materials. The evaluation depends on the experiences of the engineers. Mechanics of materials is considered in elastic region, but the channel clips are in plastic deformation. Therefore, after the design, the clips are manufactured and are subjected to verification tests as the design evaluation. Sometimes the prototype tests become multiple times. The purpose of this research is to build a simple method of an efficient design for the channel clips. It is ordinary to use elastic-plastic analysis at strength design in the case of plastic deformation. But software for elastic-plastic analysis is expensive, so the design method of the channel clips depends on the elastic stress analysis function of 3D CAD in this research. Instead, we designed and evaluated the equivalent stress corresponding the tensile strength in plastic deformation as the evaluation criterion. As a result, it was possible to evaluate the design that the channel clips are not broken when assuming earthquake occurrence with a seismic intensity of 7. This evaluation is reliable compared to the verification test conducted in the past.
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