Kaneaki TSUZAKI
Kaneaki TSUZAKI
Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Kyushu University
Verified email at mech.kyushu-u.ac.jp
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Grain refinement in copper under large strain deformation
A Belyakov, T Sakai, H Miura, K Tsuzaki
Philosophical Magazine A 81 (11), 2629-2643, 2001
3022001
Inverse temperature dependence of toughness in an ultrafine grain-structure steel
Y Kimura, T Inoue, F Yin, K Tsuzaki
Science 320 (5879), 1057-1060, 2008
2672008
Effect of hydrogen on the fracture behavior of high strength steel during slow strain rate test
M Wang, E Akiyama, K Tsuzaki
Corrosion science 49 (11), 4081-4097, 2007
2532007
An overview of dual-phase steels: advances in microstructure-oriented processing and micromechanically guided design
CC Tasan, M Diehl, D Yan, M Bechtold, F Roters, L Schemmann, C Zheng, ...
Annual Review of Materials Research 45, 391-431, 2015
2372015
Effect of initial microstructures on grain refinement in a stainless steel by large strain deformation
A Belyakov, K Tsuzaki, H Miura, T Sakai
Acta Materialia 51 (3), 847-861, 2003
2082003
Hydrogen-assisted decohesion and localized plasticity in dual-phase steel
M Koyama, CC Tasan, E Akiyama, K Tsuzaki, D Raabe
Acta Materialia 70, 174-187, 2014
1932014
The morphology of microstructure composed of lath martensites in steels
T Maki, K TSUZAKI, I TAMURA
Transactions of the Iron and Steel Institute of Japan 20 (4), 207-214, 1980
1881980
Quantitative analysis on hydrogen trapping of TiC particles in steel
FG Wei, K Tsuzaki
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A 37 (2), 331-353, 2006
1872006
Continuous recrystallization in austenitic stainless steel after large strain deformation
A Belyakov, T Sakai, H Miura, R Kaibyshev, K Tsuzaki
Acta materialia 50 (6), 1547-1557, 2002
1842002
Effect of hydrogen and stress concentration on the notch tensile strength of AISI 4135 steel
M Wang, E Akiyama, K Tsuzaki
Materials Science and Engineering: A 398 (1-2), 37-46, 2005
1672005
Work hardening associated with ɛ-martensitic transformation, deformation twinning and dynamic strain aging in Fe–17Mn–0.6 C and Fe–17Mn–0.8 C TWIP steels
M Koyama, T Sawaguchi, T Lee, CS Lee, K Tsuzaki
Materials Science and Engineering: A 528 (24), 7310-7316, 2011
1662011
Microstructure behavior of Al–Mg–Sc alloy processed by ECAP at elevated temperature
O Sitdikov, T Sakai, E Avtokratova, R Kaibyshev, K Tsuzaki, Y Watanabe
Acta Materialia 56 (4), 821-834, 2008
1512008
Hydrogen-assisted failure in a twinning-induced plasticity steel studied under in situ hydrogen charging by electron channeling contrast imaging
M Koyama, E Akiyama, K Tsuzaki, D Raabe
Acta Materialia 61 (12), 4607-4618, 2013
1372013
Delamination effect on impact properties of ultrafine-grained low-carbon steel processed by warm caliber rolling
T Inoue, F Yin, Y Kimura, K Tsuzaki, S Ochiai
Metallurgical and materials transactions A 41 (2), 341, 2010
1332010
Bone-like crack resistance in hierarchical metastable nanolaminate steels
M Koyama, Z Zhang, M Wang, D Ponge, D Raabe, K Tsuzaki, H Noguchi, ...
Science 355 (6329), 1055-1057, 2017
1232017
Hydrogen-induced cracking at grain and twin boundaries in an Fe–Mn–C austenitic steel
M Koyama, E Akiyama, T Sawaguchi, D Raabe, K Tsuzaki
Scripta Materialia 66 (7), 459-462, 2012
1232012
Hydrogen embrittlement associated with strain localization in a precipitation-hardened Fe–Mn–Al–C light weight austenitic steel
M Koyama, H Springer, SV Merzlikin, K Tsuzaki, E Akiyama, D Raabe
international journal of hydrogen energy 39 (9), 4634-4646, 2014
1192014
Hydrogen degradation of a boron-bearing steel with 1050 and 1300 MPa strength levels
M Wang, E Akiyama, K Tsuzaki
Scripta materialia 52 (5), 403-408, 2005
1182005
Precise determination of the activation energy for desorption of hydrogen in two Ti-added steels by a single thermal-desorption spectrum
FG Wei, T Hara, K Tsuzaki
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions B 35 (3), 587-597, 2004
1182004
Method for setting shape and working stress, and working environment of steel member
S Takagi, K Tsuzaki, T Inoue
US Patent 6,523,416, 2003
1132003
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