2006 - Mayo D. Hersey Award, The American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Koji Kato mostly deals with Composite material, Ceramic, Metallurgy, Lubrication and Forensic engineering. His Composite material research incorporates themes from Electrical engineering and Electric current. His research investigates the link between Ceramic and topics such as Surface roughness that cross with problems in Grain size, Flow, Boundary lubrication and Plasticity.
His Metallurgy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Friction coefficient, Layer, Mechanism and Scanning electron microscope. His research investigates the connection with Lubrication and areas like Silicon nitride which intersect with concerns in Normal load. His Forensic engineering study combines topics in areas such as Composite number, Film coating, Metallic alloy and Material properties.
Koji Kato spends much of his time researching Composite material, Metallurgy, Tribology, Coating and Forensic engineering. His research on Composite material often connects related areas such as Ion beam-assisted deposition. His study in Metallurgy is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Lubrication, Scanning electron microscope, Normal load and Friction coefficient.
His Lubrication research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Silicon carbide, Fluid bearing and Lubricant. Koji Kato has included themes like Thin film and Silicon nitride in his Tribology study. His Coating research includes themes of Nanoscopic scale, Substrate and Amorphous carbon.
Koji Kato spends much of his time researching Composite material, Metallurgy, Tribology, Coating and Lubrication. Composite material and Nitrogen are two areas of study in which Koji Kato engages in interdisciplinary research. His Metallurgy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Friction coefficient and Layer.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ion plating, Normal load and Scanning electron microscope. His work carried out in the field of Coating brings together such families of science as Diamond, Amorphous carbon, Ion beam-assisted deposition, Ceramic and Forensic engineering. The concepts of his Ion beam-assisted deposition study are interwoven with issues in Nitride and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy.
His primary areas of study are Composite material, Metallurgy, Tribology, Ion beam-assisted deposition and Lubrication. Many of his research projects under Composite material are closely connected to Critical load with Critical load, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. Koji Kato focuses mostly in the field of Metallurgy, narrowing it down to topics relating to Friction coefficient and, in certain cases, Doping, Low friction, Kinetics and Contact surfaces.
His Ion beam-assisted deposition research includes elements of Nitride, Coating and Amorphous carbon. His research integrates issues of Scanning electron microscope, Ceramic and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy in his study of Coating. His Lubrication study incorporates themes from Diamond, Nanometre and Abrasive.
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Loads carrying capacity map for the surface texture design of SiC thrust bearing sliding in water
Xiaolei Wang;Koji Kato;Koshi Adachi;Kohj Aizawa.
Tribology International (2003)
An experimental and theoretical investigation of ploughing, cutting and wedge formation during abrasive wear
K. Hokkirigawa;K. Kato.
Tribology International (1988)
Wear in relation to friction — a review
The effect of laser texturing of SiC surface on the critical load for the transition of water lubrication mode from hydrodynamic to mixed
Xiaolei Wang;Koji Kato;Koshi Adachi;Kohji Aizawa.
Tribology International (2001)
Formation of tribochemical layer of ceramics sliding in water and its role for low friction
Junguo Xu;Koji Kato.
Optimization of the surface texture for silicon carbide sliding in water
Xiaolei Wang;Xiaolei Wang;Koshi Adachi;Katsunori Otsuka;Koji Kato.
Applied Surface Science (2006)
Wear map of ceramics
K. Adachi;K. Kato;N. Chen.
Wear of advanced ceramics
Koji Kato;Koshi Adachi.
Tribology of ceramics
Improving the Anti-seizure Ability of SiC Seal in Water with RIE Texturing
Xiaolei Wang;Koji Kato.
Tribology Letters (2003)
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