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Development of Multiscale and Multiphysics Computational Methods for Disaster-Prevention and Durability Assessment

update:2019-03-12
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(a) Development of numerical analysis method for heterogeneous microstructures of materials, and its application for characterization of macroscopic material behavior
(b) Development of theories and techniques of numerical simulations for fluid-structure interaction and multi-physico-chemical phenomena
(c) Development of computational engineering schemes for clarifying deterioration processes and strength characteristics of infrastructures and structural materials with a view to the durability assessment by applying multi-scale/multi-physics analysis methods

Targeted Application(s)/Industry
(a) Manufacturers of various materials: Development of materials’ constitutive equations and their implementation into simulation software.
(b) Construction industries: enhancement of evaluation methods for strength and stability of structures
(c) Local government: development of practical techniques for disaster prevention, mitigation and reconstruction to ensure security and safety

Researchers

International Research Institute of Disaster Science

TERADA, Kenjiro , Professor
PhD

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