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Yoshiaki Tamura

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Department of Information Sciences and Arts
Center for Computational Mechanics Research
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Degree

  • Doctor of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
  • Master of Engineering, The University of Tokyo

Association Memberships

  • American Society for Mechanical Engineers
  • THE JAPAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS
  • THE JAPAN SOCIETY FOR AERONAUTICAL AND SPACE SCIENCES
  • THE VISUALIZATION SOCIETY OF JAPAN
  • THE JAPAN SOCIETY OF FLUID MECHANICS
  • The American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Academic & Professional Experience

  •   2008 04  - 現在, Toyo University, Professor
  •   2001 04  - 2008 03 , Toyo University, Associate Professor
  •   1989  - 1996 , Institute of Space and Astronautical Science,
  • Research Associate
  •   1996  - 2001 , University of Tokyo, Associate Professor

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Mechanical engineering, Fluid engineering

Research Interests

    Computational Fluid Dynamics, Visualization, Fluid Dynamics

Published Papers

  • High Accurate Analysis by Experiment and Simulation Using Bayesian Inference for Corrugated Cardboard, Masahiko Shimamura, Yoshitaka Ezawa, Yoshiaki Tamura, Satoru Takashimizu, Daisuke Satou, Mechanical Engineering Journal, 3, (4) , 08 , Refereed
  • Visualizations of Bubble Motions and Temperature Rises by Focused Ultrasound, TAMURA Yoshiaki, TSURUMI Nobuo, MATSUMOTO Yoichiro, Procedia Engineering, 90, 5 - 10, 12 , Refereed
  • Prediction of Cavitation Intensity and Erosion Area in Centrifugal Pump by Using Cavitating Flow Simulation with Bubble Flow Model(Fluids Engineering), FUKAYA Masashi, TAMURA Yoshiaki, MATSUMOTO Yoichiro, Transactions of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers. B, Transactions of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers. B, 74, (746) 2116 - 2123, 10 25
  • Improvement of noise filtering and image registration methods for the Pressure Sensitive Paint experiments., Nobuyoshi Fujimatsu,Yoshiaki Tamura,Kozo Fujii, J. Visualization, 8, (3) 225 - 233, Refereed
  • Prediction of Suction Specific Speed of Axial Flow Pump by Using Numerical Simulation with Bubble Flow Model, FUKAYA Masashi, TAMURA Yoshiaki, MATSUMOTO Yoichiro, Turbomachinery., Turbomachinery., 30, (10) 595 - 602, 10 10
  • Haptization of Flow Field Using Vibroglove( Human Interface and Interaction), Yano Hiroaki, Hirose Michitaka, Ogi Tetsuro, Tamura Yoshiaki, IPSJ Journal, IPSJ Journal, 40, (2) 414 - 421, 02 15
  • Cavity Flow with a Shock Wave Interaction in a Supersonic Duct, SAKAMOTO Kazuyuki, FUJII Kozo, TAMURA Yoshiaki, MATSUNAGA Koji, Transactions of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers. B, Transactions of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers. B, 63, (610) 1902 - 1907, 06 25
  • Numerical Analysis of a Three-Dimensional Cavity Flow Field in a Supersonic Duct, SAKAMOTO Kazuyuki, FUJII Kozo, TAMURA Yoshiaki, MATSUNAGA Koji, Transactions of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers. B, Transactions of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers. B, 63, (606) 491 - 496, 02 25
  • Flow Characteristics around the Cavity in a Supersonic Duct, SAKAMOTO Kazuyuki, FUJII Kozo, TAMURA Yoshiaki, MATSUNAGA Koji, Transactions of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers. B, Transactions of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers. B, 62, (595) 858 - 863, 03 25
  • Capability of current supercomputers for the computational fluid dynamics., Kozo Fujii,Yoshiaki Tamura, Proceedings Supercomputing '89, Reno, NV, USA, November 12-17, 1989, 71 - 80, Refereed
  • Fluid-Structure Coupled Analysis of Vibration Phenomena and Its Classification and Prediction Using the modular network Self Organizing Map, Masato Masuda, Yasushi Nakabayashi and Yoshiaki Tamura, 5th Asia Pacific Congress on Computational Mechanics and 4th International Symposium on Computational Mechanics, 12
  • Numerical Simulation of Nonlinear Acoustic Waves in Two-Phase Fluid, Yoshiaki Tamura, Nobuo Tsurumi and Yoichiro Matsumoto, 5th Asia Pacific Congress on Computational Mechanics and 4th International Symposium on Computational Mechanics, 12
  • Numerical Simulation Method of HIFU with Microbubbles, Yoshiaki Tamura, Nobuo Tsurumi, Yoichiro Matsumoto, ASME/FDA 2013 1st Annual Frontiers in Medical Devices: Applications of Computer Modeling and Simulation, 09
  • Improvement of Bubble Model in High Void Fraction for Cavitating Flow Simulations, Nobuo Tsurumi, Yoshiaki Tamura and Yoichiro Matsumoto, Journal of Computational Science and Technology, 6, (3) 113 - 128, 08 , Refereed
  • Prediction of Cavitation Instensity and Erosion Area in Centrifugal Pump by Using Cavitating Flow Simulation with Bubble Flow Model, Masashi Fukaya, Yoshiaki Tamura and Yoichiro Matsumoto, Journal of Fluid Science and Technology, 5, (2) 305 - 316, 06 , Refereed
  • Improvement of Bubble Model for Cavitating Flow Simulations, TAMURA Yoshiaki and MATAUMOTO Yoichiro, Journal of Hydrodynamics, Ser. B, 21, (1) 41 - 46, 02 , Refereed

Misc

  • Numerical Simulation of Focused Ultrasound Wave Propagation in Bubbly Fluid Using Equation of Sound Wave, TSURUMI Nobuo, TRANSACTIONS OF THE JAPAN SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS Series B, 78, (796) 2096 - 2112,   2012 , Numerical simulation method of High Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU) propagation in bubbly fluid (microbubbles in liquid) is proposed for observing the ultrasound wave propagation, the bubble motion at focal area and the ultrasound power at the focal point in this paper. The governing equations are the acoustic wave equation derived from the equation of fluid and the Keller equation (bubble volume motion equation). These equations are discretized by the finite difference method. Additionally, the linear dispersion relation is derived from governing equations. First, the present method is validated on grid convergence and compared with experiment and theory. Second, HIFU in bubbly fluid is simulated for various initial void fraction and bubble radius to observe the difference of pressure field and difference of bubble motion.
  • Report on the 37^ Symposium on Visualization, SUZUKI Yasumasa, TAMURA Yoshiaki, 29, (115) 279 - 280,   2009 10 01
  • CFD Analysis Tips : Problems, Causes and Remedies, TAMURA Yoshiaki, Turbomachinery, 32, (5) 257 - 262,   2004 05 10
  • Visualization on Immersive One-Screen VR Display, TAMURA Yoshiaki, Journal of the Japan Society for Computational Engineering and Science, 8, (3) 744 - 747,   2003 07 30
  • Intelligent Modeling Laboratory, University of Tokyo, TAMURA Yoshiaki, OGI Tetsuro, KAWAKAMI Naoki, Journal of the Robotics Society of Japan, 19, (2) 8 - 14,   2001 03 15
  • Virtual Reality Technology for Scientific Visualizations, TAMURA Yoshiaki, Journal of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers, 102, (971) 636 - 638,   1999 10 05
  • German Aerospace Center (DLR), TAMURA Yoshiaki, 3, (4) 254 - 257,   1998 12 25
  • Virtual Reality Technology for Numerical Simulations, TAMURA Yoshiaki, Journal of the Japan Society for Simulation Technology, 17, (3) 229 - 234,   1998 09 15 , Visualization of numerical simulations using an immersive multi-screen display, which is lately focused in the virtual reality field, is studied. The immersive display has the advantages that users can be immersed in the images or can stand infinitely close to objects because the whole view is covered by the screens. In this article, the usefulness of the immersive display is investigated with applying to the visualizations of fluid dynamics simulations in the preprocess, main (simulation) process and the postprocess. Also discussed is the future use of the immersive display for the numeric...
  • Scientific Visualization : 2nd Report : Practical Visualization Processes, FUJII Kozo, TAMURA Yoshiaki, 1, (2) 85 - 92,   1996 04 30
  • Simulation of Experimental Visualization Methods for Computational Fluid Dynamics Research, International Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics, 2, (3-4) 309 - 333,   1994
  • Research of Discretization Method for Multidimensional Fluid Dynamics Equations,   1992
  • Development of Visual Computing Systems for Fluid Dynamics Simulations, Yoshiaki TAMURA, JSME, International Journal Series B, 43, (1) 1 - 11,   2000

Conference Activities & Talks

  • Visualization Methods in Virtual Reality Environment, TAMURA Yoshiaki, 6th European Conference on Computational Mechanics (ECCM 6) and 7th European Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics (ECFD 7),   2018 06
  • Numerical Simulation Method of Gas-Liquid Two-Phase Flow for a Cavitation Bubble Collapse, TAMURA Yoshiaki, The 12th World Congress on Computation Mechanics and The 6th Asia-Pacific Congress on Computational Mechanics,   2016 07
  • Development of Numerical Simulation Method for Compressible Gas-Liquid Two-Phase Flows, TAMURA Yoshiaki, The 9th International Symposium on Cavitation,   2015 12
  • Development of Numerical Methods for Compressible Gas-Liquid Two Phase Flows, TAMURA Yoshiaki, The 13h Asian International Conference on Fluid Machinery 2015,   2015 08
  • Numerical Simulation Method of Compressible Gas-Liquid Two Phase Flow, TAMURA Yoshiaki, PANACM 2015,   2015 04
  • Comparison Between Experimental Result and Fluid-Structure Interaction Analysis using the Enriched Free Mesh Method, NAGAOKA Shinsuke, NAKABAYASHI Yasushi, TAMURA Yoshiaki, YAGAWA Genki, The Computational Mechanics Conference,   2014 11 22 , Fluid-structure interaction problem is becoming a very important issue in numerical analysis field. A lot of methods to solve this phenomenon are proposed by many researchers. Our proposed new method to solve fluid-structure interaction problem is combined the Enriched Free Mesh Method and the SUPG/PSPG stabilized Finite Element Method. This method is using only linear element but it can be obtained fine analysis result. On the other hand, no crucial benchmark test for fluid structure interaction problems is also available. Therefore, we also proposed new experiment for fluid structure interaction problem to establish a new benchmark test. In this paper, we described comparison between experimental result and analysis result to prove effectiveness of our proposed method.
  • Prediction of Analysis Result using Self-Organizing Map, Masuda Masato, Nakabayashi Yasushi, Tamura Yoshiaki, The Computational Mechanics Conference,   2014 11 22
  • The Comparison of the Experimental Result with the Numerical Analysis using the New Coupled Analysis Method based on the Enriched Free Mesh Method and the SUPG/PSPG Stabilized Finite Element Method, Shinsuke Nagaoka, Yasushi Nakabashi, Yoshiaki Tamura and Genki Yagawa, 11th World Congress on Computational Mechanics (WCCM XI), 5th European Conference on Computational Mechanics (ECCM V) and 6th European Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics (ECFD VI),   2014 07
  • Fluid-Structure Interaction Analysis of Vibration Phenomena and Verification of its classification and Prediction Accuracy using Modular Network Self-Organizing Map, Masato Masuda, Yasushi Nakabayashi and Yoshiaki Tamura, 11th World Congress on Computational Mechanics (WCCM XI), 5th European Conference on Computational Mechanics (ECCM V) and 6th European Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics (ECFD VI),   2014 07
  • Some Modifications of Bubble Model for Cavitating Flow Simulations, Yoshiaki Tamura, Nobuo Tsurumi and Yoichiro Matsumoto, 11th World Congress on Computational Mechanics (WCCM XI), 5th European Conference on Computational Mechanics (ECCM V) and 6th European Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics (ECFD VI),   2014 07
  • Visualizations of Bubble Motions and Temperature Rises by Focused Ultrasound, Yoshiaki Tamura, Nobuo Tsurumi and Yoichiro Matsumoto, International Conference on Mechanical Engineering 2013 (ICME2013),   2014 06
  • Fluid-Structure Coupled Analysis of Vibration Phenomena and Its Classification and Prediction Using the modular network Self Organizing Map, Masato Masuda, Yasushi Nakabayashi and Yoshiaki Tamura, 5th Asia Pacific Congress on Computational Mechanics (APCOM2013) and 4th International Symposium on Computational Mechanics (ISCM2013),   2013 12
  • Numerical Simulation of Nonlinear Acoustic Waves in Two-Phase Fluid, Yoshiaki Tamura, Nobuo Tsurumi and Yoichiro Matsumoto, 5th Asia Pacific Congress on Computational Mechanics (APCOM2013) and 4th International Symposium on Computational Mechanics (ISCM2013),   2013 12
  • 1304 Coupled Analysis of Vibration Phenomena and Classification by Self-Organizing Map, MASUDA Masato, NAKABAYASHI Yasushi, TAMURA Yoshiaki, The Computational Mechanics Conference,   2013 11 02
  • Numerical Simulation Method of HIFU with Microbubbles, Yoshiaki Tamura, Nobuo Tsurumi, Yoichiro Matsumoto, ASME/FDA 2013 1st Annual Frontiers in Medical Devices: Applications of Computer Modeling and Simulation (FMD2013),   2013 09
  • Numerical Simulation of Wave Propagation in Two-Phase Fluid, Nobuo Tsurumi, Yoshiaki Tamura and Yoichiro Matsumoto, European Congress on Computational Methods in Applied Science and Engineering (ECCOMAS 2012),   2012 09
  • Further Improvement of Bubble Model for Cavitating Flow Simulations, Yoshiaki Tamura, Nobuo Tsurumi and Yoichiro Matsumoto, 8th International Symposium on Cavitation (CAV2012),   2012 08
  • Cavitating Jet Simulation for Predicting Residual Stress Improvement of cylindrical Structure by Water Jet Peening, Masashi Fukaya, Ren Morinaka, Noboru Saitou, Hisamitsu Hatou, Yoshiaki Tamura and Yoichiro Matsumoto, 8th International Symposium on Cavitation (CAV2012),   2012 08
  • Numerical Simulation of Ultrasound Wave Propagation in Water with Bubbles, Nobuo Tsurumi, Yoshiaki Tamura and Yoichiro Matsumoto, International Congress on Ultrasonics 2011 (ICU 2011),   2011 09
  • Prediction of Residual Stress Improvement by Water Jet Peening (WJP) Using Cavitating Jet and Residual Stress Simulations, Masashi Fukaya, Fujio Yoshikubo, Hisamitsu Hatou, Yuji Matsui, Yoshiaki Tamura and Yoichiro Matsumoto, 19th International Conference on Nuclear Engineering, (ICONE19),   2011
  • 1027 Development and Performance Prediction of Water Jet Peening (WJP) : (3) Numerical Simulation on Bubble Collapse Energy, FUKAYA Masashi, MORINAKA Ren, SAITOU Noboru, HATOU Hisamitsu, TAMURA Yoshiaki, MATSUMOTO Yoichiro,   2010 10 09 , We developed a numerical method for predicting a distribution of compressive residual stress on a material surface after water jet peeing (WJP). WJP applies the bubble collapse energy of cavitating jet to the change of residual stress from tensile to compressive for preventing the occurrence of stress corrosion cracking. We estimated the impulsive bubble pressure that varied in microseconds by using a numerical simulation with 'bubble flow model'. The bubble collapse energy was evaluated by the cavitation intensity calculated from the bubble pressure. The cavitation intensity was predicted ...
  • 21014 Development and validation of numerical analysis method of compressible multiphase flow with free surface, HIRANO Kazuya, TAMURA Yoshiaki,   2010 03 09 , Numerical analysis methods of gas-liquid multiphase flow have been studied by many researchers. In analysis of gas-liquid multiphase flow, the analysis methods of compressible flow are different from those of incompressible flow. Study about numerical analysis of multiphase flow with compressibility of liquid phase is few. Thus we will try to calculate multiphase flow with compressibility of liquid phase. In this research, Euler equation and Level-Set method for capturing interface are used.
  • 20802 Visualization System for Large-Scale Unstructured Grid, MIYAMOTO Yuki, TAMURA Yoshiaki,   2010 03 09 , Recently, large-scale numerical simulation has become possible by improvement of the computer performance and the data of numerical result has become large. Then, some problems arise. When the result data is larger than memory, PC cannot visualize. Generally, large-scale data visualization system transmits all or a part of the result data from server to client PC for visualization. But unstructured grid data is not easy to be thinned out unlike structure grid data because unstructured grid data is not regularly aligned. In this research, we propose a system for large-scale unstructured grid...
  • OS1431 Development of Water Jet Peening (3) : Evaluation of Flow Behavior on WJP, FUKAYA Masashi, MORINAKA Ren, SAITOU Moboru, HATOU Hisamitsu, TAMURA Yoshiaki, MATSUMOTO Yoichiro,   2009 07 24 , We developed a new method for predicting a range of compressive residual stress on the material surface after water jet peeing (WJP). Cavitating jet is impinged on the material surface in WJP. The bubble collapse impact causes the plastic deformation of the material surface, and changes the residual stress from tensile to compressive. The compressive residual stress prevents the occurrence of the stress corrosion cracking. We numerically simulated impulsive bubble pressure that varied in microseconds in the cavitating jet with `bubble flow model'. The bubble collapse impact was evaluated by...
  • Visualization for Large Scale Simulation, MIYAMOTO Yuki, TAMURA Yoshiaki, Journal of the Visualization Society of Japan,   2009 07 01
  • Improvement of Visualization Process for Large-Scale Simulation, FUJII Hidenori, FURUSAWA Hiroyuki, TAMURA Yoshiaki, Journal of the Visualization Society of Japan,   2009 07 01
  • Data Processing for Large-Scale Computational Mechanics Results, TAMURA Yoshiaki, FURUSAWA Hiroyuki, FUJII Hidenori, MIYAMOTO Yuki, Journal of the Visualization Society of Japan,   2009 07 01
  • 4102 Large-scale Simulation of Ultrasound Propagation for Brain Tumor, Tamura Y., Nakajima Y., Uebayashi J., Matsumoto Y.,   2007 09 21
  • 1631 Prediction of Cavitation Erosion on Open-Type Impeller in Mixed-Flow Pump by Using Cavitating Flow Simulation with Bubble Flow Model, Fukaya Masashi, Tamura Yoshiaki, Matsumoto Yoichiro, Ono Shigeyoshi, Harada Ichiro,   2007 09 07 , We predicted a cavitation erosion area in an open-type mixed-flow pump that was subject to tip vortex cavitation by using a numerical simulation code based on the `bubble flow model'. The erosion area on the impeller blade was predicted by estimating the cavitation intensity that was defined with the detailed bubble pressure and the bubble nuclei distribution. For comparison, we determined experimentally the erosion area in the same pump using a paint method. The predicted and the actual erosion areas located near the blade tip in the middle of the blade between the leading edge and the tra...
  • WS3-5 Visualization on the Next Generation Computer Environment(1), TAMURA Yoshiaki, Fluids engineering conference ...,   2006 10 28
  • G504 Towards the Analysis for Fluid-Structure Interaction Inverse Problem(2), YOSHIDA Ryu, TAMURA Yoshiaki, Fluids engineering conference ...,   2006 10 28 , In these years, a variety of numerical simulations are performed under the favor of computational performance and the progress of computational methods. Especially in FSI(Fluid-Structure Interaction) Analysis, flow is analysed in consideration of object's transformation by flow force. The objective of this research is FSI inverse analysis. In FSI inverse analysis, stress distribution is calculated from displacement of the object, and flow is calculated from the stress distribution. Here, the two dimensional FSI analysis was done for flow around the elastic square cylinder. The change of flo...
  • G409 Influence of the fluid on the acrobatically flying airplane(1), HASUMI Kazuaki, TAMURA Yoshiaki, Fluids engineering conference ...,   2006 10 28
  • G204 Three Dimensional Simulation of Transskull Focused Ultrasound(1), NAKAJIMA Yusuke, TAMURA Yoshiaki, MATSUMOTO Yoichiro, Fluids engineering conference ...,   2006 10 28
  • 20501 Accuracy Verification Related to Body Boundaries on Cartesian Grid, YOSHIDA Ryu, ISHIKAWA Ryosuke, TAMURA Yoshiaki,   2006 03 09 , Cartesian grid is often used in CFD for largc-scale simulations of both two- and three-dimensions. However, the accuracy of Cartesian grid is evaluated less than body-fitted grid because the body boundaries are not smooth in Cartesian grid and quantitative analysis of accuracy in Cartesian grid related to body representation is hardly seen in literature. Thus numerical simulations are performed on Cartesan grid with various number of grid points and flow conditions. The numerical results are compared with those of bodyfitted grid and experiments, and the accuracy of Cartesian grid are evalu...
  • 20322 Numerical Analysis of Flow around Objects with Human Body, TAMURA Yoshiaki, ONO Chihiro, FURUSAWA Hiroyuki, YOSHIDA Mayumi,   2006 03 09 , There are many objects traveling fast, such as bicycle, bike, ski, skate and so on. It is necessary to obtain object figures including human body, which is flexible and very individual, for numerical analysis of flow around the objects. Generally speaking, we don't have CAD data for human body. Here digital images are utilized to obtain human body figure and incorporated into the numerical analysis. In this paper, the numerical method based on digital images are presented and discussed
  • 319 Vistrace : Magnifier for Large-Scale Real-Time Flow Simulations, FUJII Kozo, OGASA Atsuji, NAKAJIMA Takuji, TAMURA Yoshiaki, MORIYA Mitsuhiro,   2005 09 18 , Vistrace is one kind of software that the present authors have recently developed as an interface software program connecting simulations on the server and visualizations on the client machine. The present paper describes good features and future possibility of the software VisTrace.
  • Library-less Realtime Visualization System and its Use, TAMURA Yoshiaki, OGASA Atsuji, NAKAJIMA Takuji, FUJII Kozo, Journal of the Visualization Society of Japan,   2005 03 15
  • Prediction of Bubble Behavior in Centrifugal Pump by Using Cavitating Flow Simulation with Bubble Flow Model, Fukaya Masashi, Tamura Yoshiaki, Matsumoto Yoichiro, Okamura Tomoyoshi, Manabe Akira,   2004 09 04 , The prediction of cavitation erosion by using numerical flow simulation is necessary for designing small high-speed pumps. This erosion is closely related to the bubble dynamics near the solid surfaces such as impeller blades and casing walls. We developed a new numerical simulation code for investigating bubble behavior in a centrifugal pump. We simulated distributions of the bubble number density, the bubble size and the bubble pressure, which were close to the impeller blade. The numerical results were consistent and revealed a potential of this code to predict flow and bubble behavior u...
  • Development of a Simple VR System for Scientific Visualization, TAMURA Yoshiaki, SHOJI Daisuke,   2004 07 01
  • On Post Image Processing for Pressure Sensitive Paint, FUJIMATSU Nobuyoshi, TAMURA Yoshiaki, FUJII Kozo, Journal of the Visualization Society of Japan,   2003 07 01
  • Visualization Using Immersive Projection Technology, TAMURA Yoshiaki,   2002 07 01
  • A New Numerical Method for Three-Dimensional Cavitating Flows, Tamura Yoshiaki, Sugiyama Kazuyasu, Tsuchiya Naoki, Matsumoto Yoichiro, Fluids engineering conference ...,   2000 09 08
  • Haptization of Flow Field Using Vibrating Device, YANO Hiroaki, TAMURA Yoshiaki, OGI Tetsuro, HIROSE Michitaka,   1998 07
  • Visual Computing of Unsteady Flows, TAMURA Yoshiaki, TSUCHIYA Shigemasa, HAYASHI A. koichi,   1998 07
  • On the development of flow solvers for moving and deforming grid systems, FUJII Kozo, OGAWA Takanobu, TAMURA Yoshiaki,   1997 05 28
  • Effect of the Engine Nacelle on the Flow around the Spaceplane(Proceedings of the 13th NAL Symposium on Aircraft Computational Aerodynamics), Tamura Yoshiaki, Fujii Kozo, Kuroda Shin-ichi, Special publication of National Aerospace Laboratory : SP,   1996
  • Three Dimensional Simulation of Compressible Flow Induced by a High-Speed Train Moving into a Tunnel(Proceedings of the 10th NAL Smposium on Aircraft Computational Aerodynamics), Ogawa Takanobu, Fujii Kozo, Tamura Yoshiaki, Special publication of National Aerospace Laboratory : SP,   1992

Works

  • Numerical Analysis of Cavitating Flow
  • Research on Virtual Reality Technology Applied to Computational Mechanics

Awards & Honors

  •   2018 09 , Japan Society for Simulation Technology, Best Author Award, Visual V & V of Large-Scale Fluid-Structure Interaction Problem

Research Grants & Projects

  • Numerical Analysis of Cavitating Flow
  • Visualization of Flow with VR techniques