His primary scientific interests are in Metallurgy, Hydrogen embrittlement, Deformation, Microstructure and Ultimate tensile strength. His study in Crystal twinning, Austenite, Alloy, Tensile testing and Grain boundary is done as part of Metallurgy. His Hydrogen embrittlement study incorporates themes from Embrittlement, Stress concentration, Fracture and Plasticity.
His studies in Deformation integrate themes in fields like Dynamic strain aging, Austenitic stainless steel and Diffusionless transformation. His Microstructure research incorporates themes from Fracture toughness, Annealing and Toughness. Kaneaki Tsuzaki interconnects Notch root, Hydrogen concentration, Corrosion and Twip in the investigation of issues within Ultimate tensile strength.
His main research concerns Metallurgy, Composite material, Alloy, Microstructure and Austenite. All of his Metallurgy and Martensite, Deformation, Grain boundary, Ultimate tensile strength and Hydrogen embrittlement investigations are sub-components of the entire Metallurgy study. His Alloy research incorporates elements of Crystallography and Shape-memory alloy.
Kaneaki Tsuzaki combines subjects such as Hardening, Annealing and Grain size with his study of Microstructure. His Austenite research includes elements of Crack closure, Ferrite and Dynamic strain aging. As part of the same scientific family, Kaneaki Tsuzaki usually focuses on Plasticity, concentrating on Crystal twinning and intersecting with Work hardening and Electron backscatter diffraction.
Composite material, Metallurgy, Austenite, Alloy and Martensite are his primary areas of study. His research investigates the link between Metallurgy and topics such as Cubic crystal system that cross with problems in Metallic materials. His Austenite research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Crack closure, Dynamic strain aging, Low-cycle fatigue and Grain boundary.
The Solid solution strengthening research Kaneaki Tsuzaki does as part of his general Alloy study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Metastability, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His study on Lath and Dual-phase steel is often connected to Trapping as part of broader study in Martensite. His research investigates the connection between Hydrogen embrittlement and topics such as Ductility that intersect with problems in Tensile testing.
Kaneaki Tsuzaki mainly investigates Metallurgy, Austenite, Alloy, Martensite and Hydrogen embrittlement. His Metallurgy research includes themes of Paris' law and Cracking. His Austenite research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Stacking-fault energy, Dynamic strain aging, Dual-phase steel and Grain boundary.
The concepts of his Dynamic strain aging study are interwoven with issues in Work hardening and Plasticity. Alloy is a subfield of Composite material that he investigates. His Hydrogen embrittlement research also works with subjects such as
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An Overview of Dual-Phase Steels: Advances in Microstructure-Oriented Processing and Micromechanically Guided Design
Cemal Cem Tasan;Martin Diehl;Dingshun Yan;Marion Bechtold.
Annual Review of Materials Research (2015)
Effect of hydrogen on the fracture behavior of high strength steel during slow strain rate test
Maoqiu Wang;Eiji Akiyama;Kaneaki Tsuzaki.
Corrosion Science (2007)
Inverse Temperature Dependence of Toughness in an Ultrafine Grain-Structure Steel
Yuuji Kimura;Tadanobu Inoue;Fuxing Yin;Kaneaki Tsuzaki.
Grain refinement in copper under large strain deformation
A. Belyakov;T. Sakai;H. Miura;K. Tsuzaki.
Philosophical Magazine (2001)
Hydrogen-assisted decohesion and localized plasticity in dual-phase steel
Motomichi Koyama;Motomichi Koyama;Cemal Cem Tasan;Eiji Akiyama;Kaneaki Tsuzaki;Kaneaki Tsuzaki.
Acta Materialia (2014)
Quantitative analysis on hydrogen trapping of TiC particles in steel
Fugao G. Wei;Kaneaki Tsuzaki.
Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A-physical Metallurgy and Materials Science (2006)
Stress–strain behavior of ferrite and bainite with nano-precipitation in low carbon steels
Naoya Kamikawa;Kensuke Sato;Goro Miyamoto;Mitsuhiro Murayama.
Acta Materialia (2015)
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 (2003)
Bone-like crack resistance in hierarchical metastable nanolaminate steels
Motomichi Koyama;Zhao Zhang;Meimei Wang;Meimei Wang;Dirk Ponge.
Effect of hydrogen and stress concentration on the notch tensile strength of AISI 4135 steel
Maoqiu Wang;Maoqiu Wang;Eiji Akiyama;Kaneaki Tsuzaki.
Materials Science and Engineering A-structural Materials Properties Microstructure and Processing (2005)
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