Tetsuo Shoji mainly focuses on Metallurgy, Stress corrosion cracking, Corrosion, Alloy and Microstructure. The concepts of his Metallurgy study are interwoven with issues in Stress and Growth rate. His Stress corrosion cracking study incorporates themes from Crack closure, Fracture mechanics, Intergranular corrosion and Heat-affected zone.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cracking, Work hardening, Stress intensity factor, Scanning electron microscope and Analytical chemistry. His Alloy research integrates issues from Dielectric spectroscopy and Boiling water reactor. The various areas that Tetsuo Shoji examines in his Microstructure study include Alloy steel and Welding.
Tetsuo Shoji focuses on Metallurgy, Composite material, Stress corrosion cracking, Alloy and Corrosion. His research on Metallurgy frequently links to adjacent areas such as Cracking. His research integrates issues of Austenite, Stress, Stress intensity factor, Austenitic stainless steel and Strain rate in his study of Stress corrosion cracking.
His work in Alloy addresses subjects such as Fretting, which are connected to disciplines such as Inconel and Slip. His research investigates the connection between Microstructure and topics such as Welding that intersect with problems in Cladding. Tetsuo Shoji has researched Oxide in several fields, including Scanning electron microscope, Layer, Spinel, Metal and Chemical engineering.
His primary areas of investigation include Metallurgy, Alloy, Oxide, Corrosion and Microstructure. His work in Fretting, Inconel, Stress corrosion cracking, Dynamic recrystallization and Fretting wear are all subfields of Metallurgy research. Tetsuo Shoji interconnects Intergranular corrosion, Strain rate, Cracking and Austenitic stainless steel in the investigation of issues within Stress corrosion cracking.
His Alloy study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Composite material. The concepts of his Corrosion study are interwoven with issues in Electrochemistry, Water aeration and Thermal aging. His study in the field of Grain boundary, Ferrite and Austenite is also linked to topics like Boundary.
His primary areas of study are Metallurgy, Fretting, Microstructure, Alloy and Oxide. Inconel, Corrosion, Dynamic recrystallization, Grain size and Intergranular corrosion are among the areas of Metallurgy where the researcher is concentrating his efforts. His Intergranular corrosion research incorporates elements of Stress corrosion cracking and Fracture.
Tetsuo Shoji has included themes like Pitting corrosion and Welding in his Microstructure study. His Alloy research includes elements of Plasticity, Amplitude, Displacement, Non-ferrous metal and Galvanic corrosion. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Layer and Metal.
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Characterization of Fracture Behavior in Small Punch Test by Combined Recrystallization-Etch Method and Rigid Plastic Analysis
Xinyuan Mao;Tetsuo Shoji;Hideaki Takahashi.
Journal of Testing and Evaluation (1987)
Formulating stress corrosion cracking growth rates by combination of crack tip mechanics and crack tip oxidation kinetics
Tetsuo Shoji;Zhanpeng Lu;Hiroyoshi Murakami.
Corrosion Science (2010)
Stress corrosion cracking: Theory and practice
V. S. Raja;Tetsuo Shoji.
The stress corrosion cracking of reactor pressure vessel steel in high temperature water
J Congleton;T Shoji;R.N Parkins.
Corrosion Science (1985)
Development of small punch tests for creep property measurement of tungsten-alloyed 9%Cr ferritic steels
Shin Ichi Komazai;Toshiyuki Hashida;Tetsuo Shoji;Koshi Suzuki.
Journal of Testing and Evaluation (2000)
Effects of cold working degrees on grain boundary characters and strain concentration at grain boundaries in Alloy 600
J. Hou;J. Hou;Q. J. Peng;Z. P. Lu;T. Shoji.
Corrosion Science (2011)
NDE of degradation of thermal barrier coating by means of impedance spectroscopy
Kazuhiro Ogawa;Dorian Minkov;Tetsuo Shoji;Minoru Sato.
Ndt & E International (1999)
The effect of prior deformation on stress corrosion cracking growth rates of Alloy 600 materials in a simulated pressurized water reactor primary water
Seiya Yamazaki;Zhanpeng Lu;Yuzuru Ito;Yoichi Takeda.
Corrosion Science (2008)
Environmentally-assisted cracking behaviour in the transition region of an Alloy182/SA 508 Cl.2 dissimilar metal weld joint in simulated boiling water reactor normal water chemistry environment
H.P. Seifert;S. Ritter;T. Shoji;Q.J. Peng.
Journal of Nuclear Materials (2008)
Development of a fundamental crack tip strain rate equation and its application to quantitative prediction of stress corrosion cracking of stainless steels in high temperature oxygenated water
Q.J Peng;J Kwon;T Shoji.
Journal of Nuclear Materials (2004)
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