Akihiro Yabuki

Last Updated :2021/01/05

Affiliations, Positions
Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering, Professor
E-mail
ayabukihiroshima-u.ac.jp

Basic Information

Educational Backgrounds

  • Hiroshima University, Graduate School, Division of Engineering, Japan, 1988/04, 1990/03
  • Hiroshima University, Faculty of Engineering, Japan, 1984/04, 1988/03

Academic Degrees

  • Doctor of Engineering, Hiroshima University
  • Master of Engineering, Hiroshima University
  • Bachelor of Engineering, Hiroshima University

Educational Activity

  • 【Bachelor Degree Program】School of Engineering : Cluster 3(Applied Chemistry, Biotechnology and Chemical Engineering)
  • 【Master's Program】Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering : Division of Advanced Science and Engineering : Chemical Engineering Program
  • 【Doctoral Program】Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering : Division of Advanced Science and Engineering : Chemical Engineering Program

In Charge of Primary Major Programs

  • Applied Chemistry
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Biotechnology

Research Fields

  • Engineering;Material engineering;Composite materials / Surface and interface engineering

Research Keywords

  • Self-healing
  • Printable electronics
  • Coating
  • Paint
  • Metal
  • Corrosion
  • Carbon steel
  • Aluminum
  • Polymer

Affiliated Academic Societies

  • Japan Society of Corrosion Engineering, 1996
  • The Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan, 1996
  • The Electrochemical Society of Japan, 2001
  • The Society of Sea Water Science, Japan
  • The Japan Institute of Light Metals, 2005
  • The Thermoelectrics Society of Japan

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2020, Liberal Arts Education Program1, 1Term, Introductory Seminar for First-Year Students
  2. 2020, Undergraduate Education, 2Term, Chemical Stoichiometry
  3. 2020, Undergraduate Education, First Semester, Chemical Equipment Design and Practice
  4. 2020, Undergraduate Education, 3Term, Corrosion and Protection of Materials
  5. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Chemical Engineering Research IB
  6. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Chemical Engineering Research IIA
  7. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Chemical Engineering Research IIA
  8. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Chemical Engineering Research IIB
  9. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Chemical Engineering Seminar IB
  10. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Chemical Engineering Seminar IIA
  11. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Chemical Engineering Seminar IIA
  12. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Second Semester, Chemical Engineering Seminar IIB
  13. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Special Exercises on Chemical Engineering A
  14. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 3Term, Special Exercises on Chemical Engineering B
  15. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, Special Exercises on Chemical Engineering B
  16. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Academic Year, Special Study on Chemical Engineering
  17. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 3Term, Advanced Heat Transfer Engineering
  18. 2020, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, Advanced Heat Transfer Engineering
  19. 2020, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Academic Year, Special Study on Chemical Engineering

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. Self-reducible copper complex inks with two amines for copper conductive films via calcination below 100 C, Chemical Physics Letters
  2. Self-reducible copper complex inks with aminediol and OH-based solvent for highly conductive copper film by calcination at low temperature under an air atmosphere, New Journal of Chemistry
  3. Stable shape for copper film using low-temperature thermal decomposition of copper microparticles for printable electronics, Chemical Physics Letters, 761, 138055, 20201216
  4. One-step Direct Fabrication of Manganese Oxide Electrodes by Low-Temperature Thermal Decomposition of Manganese Formate-Amine Ink for Supercapacitors, Materials Science & Engineering B, 262, 114754
  5. Low-temperature synthesis of copper conductivity film from a copper formate amine complex with a low boiling point, Materials Science & Engineering B, 262, 114743
  6. Self-healing of Metal Surface by Coating, 65(10), 470-474, 20141001
  7. Transparent conductive coatings of hot-pressed ITO nanoparticles on a plastic substrate, Chemical Engineering Journal, 252, 275-280, 20141001
  8. Self-Healing Coatings for Corrosion Inhibition of Metals, 6th Tsukuba International Coating Symposium (TICS), 20141001
  9. Self-Healing Coatings for Corrosion Inhibition of Metals, The 2nd International Seminar on Fundamental and Application of Chemical Engineering 2014 (ISFACHE 2014), 20141001
  10. One-step fabrication of short nanofibers by electrospinning: effect of needle size on nanofiber length, Advanced Materials Research, 896, 33-36, 20141001
  11. Synthesis of copper conductive film by low-temperature thermal decomposition of copper-aminediol complexes under an air atmosphere, MATERIALS CHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS, 148(1-2), 299-304, 20141114
  12. Short electrospun composite nanofibers: Effects of nanoparticle concentration and surface charge on fiber length, CURRENT APPLIED PHYSICS, 14(5), 761-767, 20140501
  13. Self-healing polymer coatings with cellulose nanofibers served as pathways for the release of a corrosion inhibitor, CORROSION SCIENCE, 85, 141-146, 20140801
  14. A simple one-step fabrication of short polymer nanofibers via electrospinning, JOURNAL OF MATERIALS SCIENCE, 49(9), 3519-3528, 20140501
  15. 1A11 Education Effect by introduction of CAD in Chemical Equipment Design, 26(62), 20-21, 20140808
  16. Self-healing Corrosion Protective Coatings for Aluminum Alloys, 43(4), 31-37, 20130401
  17. Self-Healing Corrosion Protective Coatings by TiO2 Particles and a pH-Sensitive Organic Agent on a Magnesium Alloy, 2013
  18. One-step fabrication of short nanofibers by electrospinning, 2013
  19. One-step fabrication of short electrospun fibers using an electric spark, JOURNAL OF MATERIALS PROCESSING TECHNOLOGY, 213(11), 1894-1899, 201311
  20. Self-healing coatings using superabsorbent polymers for corrosion inhibition in carbon steel, CORROSION SCIENCE, 59, 258-262, 201206
  21. Electrically conductive copper film prepared at low temperature by thermal decomposition of copper amine complexes with various amines, MATERIALS RESEARCH BULLETIN, 47(12), 4107-4111, 201212
  22. Corrosion of Al-Zn Alloy Coating by Flame Splay Methods in Flowing Seawater near Freezing Point, CORROSION ENGINEERING, 60(10), 457-461, 2011
  23. 50th Corrosion and Corrosion Prevention Workshop for Structural Materials in Seawater Environment, 60(1), 9-10, 20110115
  24. Flow-induced Corrosion of Copper Alloys in a High-Salt-Concentration Environment, Technical Report on Salt Science, 65(2), 114-120, 2011
  25. Self-healing Corrosion Protective Coatings using Super Absorbent Polymer and Corrosion Inhibitor, CORROSION ENGINEERING, 60(10), 438-440, 2011
  26. Damage to Copper Alloys from Sodium Chloride Particle Slurry, Bulletin of the Society of Sea Water Science, Japan, 65(2), 81-87, 20110401
  27. Self-healing corrosion protective capability of polymer coatings for aluminum, J. Japan Inst. Light Metals, 61(12), 724-728, 20111230
  28. Self-healing properties of TiO2 particle-polymer composite coatings for protection of aluminum alloys against corrosion in seawater, MATERIALS AND CORROSION-WERKSTOFFE UND KORROSION, 62(10), 907-912, 201110
  29. Self-healing coatings of inorganic particles using a pH-sensitive organic agent, CORROSION SCIENCE, 53(2), 829-833, 201102
  30. Self-healing capability of porous polymer film with corrosion inhibitor inserted for corrosion protection, CORROSION SCIENCE, 53(12), 4118-4123, 201112
  31. Particle-induced damage and subsequent healing of materials: Erosion, corrosion and self-healing coatings, ADVANCED POWDER TECHNOLOGY, 22(3), 303-310, 201105
  32. Oxidation behavior of copper nanoparticles at low temperature, MATERIALS RESEARCH BULLETIN, 46(12), 2323-2327, 201112
  33. Low-temperature synthesis of copper conductive film by thermal decomposition of copper-amine complexes, THIN SOLID FILMS, 519(19), 6530-6533, 20110729
  34. Electrical conductivity of copper nanoparticle thin films annealed at low temperature, THIN SOLID FILMS, 518(23), 7033-7037, 20100930
  35. Preparation of Nanocomposite Microspheres Containing High Concentration of TiO2 Nanoparticles via Bead Mill Dispersion in Organic Solvent, CHEMISTRY LETTERS, 38(5), 448-449, 20090505
  36. Near-wall hydrodynamic effects related to flow-induced localized corrosion, MATERIALS AND CORROSION-WERKSTOFFE UND KORROSION, 60(7), 501-506, 200907
  37. Near-wall hydrodynamic effects related to flow-induced localized corrosion, Materials and Corrosion, 20090101
  38. Importance of dispersibility of TiO2 in preparation of TiO2-dispersed microspheres by Shirasu porous glass (SPG) membrane emulsification, ADVANCED POWDER TECHNOLOGY, 20(4), 361-365, 200907
  39. Barrier and self-healing coating with fluoro-organic compound for zinc, MATERIALS AND CORROSION-WERKSTOFFE UND KORROSION, 60(6), 444-449, 200906
  40. Anodic films formed on magnesium in organic, silicate-containing electrolytes, CORROSION SCIENCE, 51(4), 793-798, 200904
  41. Preparation of Transparent Nanocomposite Microspheres via Dispersion of High-Concentration TiO2 and BaTiO3 Nanoparticles in Acrylic Monomer, Journal of the Research Association of Powder Technology, Japan, 45(1), 23-29, 2008
  42. Self-healing coating with fluoro-organic compound for zinc, EUROCORR 2008, CD-ROM, 20080101
  43. Multilayer film deposition of Ag and SiO2 nanoparticles using a spin coating process, THIN SOLID FILMS, 516(23), 8721-8725, 20081001
  44. High-concentration Transparent TiO2 Nanocomposite Films Prepared from TiO2 Nanoslurry Dispersed by Using Bead Mill, POLYMER JOURNAL, 40(8), 694-699, 2008
  45. Flow Induced Corrosion and Hydrodynamic Conditions, PRiME 2008, CD-ROM(Paper 1552), 20080101
  46. Breakaway properties of film formed on copper and copper alloys in erosion-corrosion by mass transfer equation, MATERIALS AND CORROSION-WERKSTOFFE UND KORROSION, 59(1), 25-31, 200801
  47. Self-healing non-chromate coatings for magnesium, 113, 237-238, 20071010
  48. Preparation of Functional Nanoparticles for Their Applications in Nanotechnology, 49(3), 220-225, 20070424
  49. Control of Particle Morphology from Porous to Hollow by Spray-Drying with a Two-Fluid Nozzle and Template Materials, Chemical engineering, 33(5), 468-475, 20070920
  50. Low-temperature crystallization of barium ferrite nanoparticles by a sodium citrate-aided synthetic process, JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY C, 111(28), 10175-10180, 20070719
  51. Heating profile effect on morphology, crystallinity, and photoluminescent properties of Y2O3 : Eu3+ phosphor nanofibers prepared using an electrospinning method, JAPANESE JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHYSICS PART 1-REGULAR PAPERS BRIEF COMMUNICATIONS & REVIEW PAPERS, 46(10A), 6705-6709, 200710
  52. Critical ion concentration for pitting and general corrosion of copper, CORROSION, 63(3), 249-257, 200703
  53. Corrosion of an aluminum alloy chilled in flowing seawater and the effect of cathodic prevention, MATERIALS AND CORROSION-WERKSTOFFE UND KORROSION, 58(5), 340-344, 200705
  54. Control of particle morphology from porous to hollow by spray-drying with a two-fluid nozzle and template materials, KAGAKU KOGAKU RONBUNSHU, 33(5), 468-475, 200709
  55. Breakaway properties of film formed on copper and copper alloys in erosion-corrosion by mass transfer equation, Materials and Corrosion, 59(1), 25-31, 20070401
  56. Barrier and self-healing abilities of corrosion protective polymer coatings and metal powders for aluminum alloys, MATERIALS AND CORROSION-WERKSTOFFE UND KORROSION, 58(7), 497-501, 200707
  57. Erosion-corrosion of aluminum alloys in seawater environment, 2006, 207-214, 2006
  58. Optimum Condition of Phosphonic Acid Inhibitor Under A Flowing Solution, CORROSION ENGINEERING, 54(2), 74-78, 2005
  59. Mechanism and Prevention of Erosion-Corrosion and Flow Velocity Difference Corrosion, The Thermal and nuclear power, 56(3), 192-203, 20050315
  60. Barrier and self-healing performances of anti-corrosive coatings for aluminum alloys, EUROCORR 2005, CD-ROM(0-128-08), 20050101
  61. Is the Damage to Pure Copper Piping an Erosion-Corrosion in Nature?, CORROSION ENGINEERING, 53(9), 440-445, 2004
  62. A Method for Predicting Cavitation Erosion-Corrosion Damage in Simulated Seawater, CORROSION ENGINEERING, 53(1), 38-43, 2004
  63. High-Efficient and High-Speed Chromium Deposition in a Formic Acid Bath II. Influence of Chromium Ion Concentration in the Vicinity of the Cathode on the Appearance of Chromium Deposits, Jitsumu Hyomen Gijutsu, 55(2), 139-144, 20040201
  64. High-Efficient and High-Speed Chromium Deposition in a Formic Acid Bath : I. Static and Rotating Specimens, Jitsumu Hyomen Gijutsu, 55(1), 65-70, 20040101
  65. Low Temperature Crystallization of Barium Ferrite Nanoparticles by a Sodium Citrate-Aided Synthetic Process, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 111(28), 10175-10180, 20040101
  66. Effect of Ni and Be Content on the Flow-induced Localized Corrosion Behavior of Copper Alloys:A Copper Alloy with Both Anti-fouling and Anti-corrosion Properties, CORROSION ENGINEERING, 52(10), 539-544, 2003
  67. Mechanism of So-called Erosion-Corrosion and Flow Velocity Difference Corrosion of Pure Copper, CORROSION ENGINEERING, 52(3), 155-159, 2003
  68. Corrosion of Low Alloyed Steel in Flowing Pure Water under High Temperature and High Pressure Conditions, CORROSION ENGINEERING, 52(1), 53-57, 2003
  69. Copper Alloys Evaded by Marine Organisms:A Copper Alloy with Both Anti-fouling and Anti-corrosion Properties, CORROSION ENGINEERING, 52(11), 613-617, 2003
  70. Corrosion of Pure Copper Caused by Vortex, CORROSION ENGINEERING, 52(3), 160-165, 2003
  71. Ditch Corrosion Generated in Flowing Boiler Feed Water, CORROSION ENGINEERING, 52(2), 86-91, 2003
  72. Tribological behavior of aluminum alloys in a vibratory finishing process, WEAR, 255, 1369-1379, 2003
  73. Copper Alloys with both Anti-fouling and Anti-corrosion Properties, 13th Asian-Pasific Corrosion Control Conference, CD-ROM(l-05), 20030101
  74. Corrosion of Pure Copper under A Flowing Solution, 15th International Corrosion Congress Proceedings, CD-ROM(paper 745), 20020101
  75. Corrosion of Boiler Tubes in Flowing Hot Water, 15th International Corrosion Congress Proceedings, CD-ROM(paper 744), 20020101
  76. Contact forces and mechanisms in a vibratory finisher, WEAR, 252(7-8), 635-643, 200204
  77. The Surface Behavior of Metallic Materials during the Incubation Period of Cavitation Erosion, ASTM STP 1339, 357-369, 20010101
  78. Is Increasing the pH of AVT Boiler Water Useful in Preventing the Corrosion of Carbon Steel?, CORROSION ENGINEERING, 50(8), 386-389, 2001
  79. A Method for Predicting the Damage Rate of Cavitation Erosion in Actual Machines, CORROSION ENGINEERING, 49(8), 489-493, 2000
  80. Corrosion of Carbon Steel in Flowing Pure Water under High Temperature and High Pressure Conditions, CORROSION ENGINEERING, 49(7), 431-436, 2000
  81. A Method for Predicting the Incubation Period of Cavitation Erosion, CORROSION ENGINEERING, 49(8), 483-488, 2000
  82. The Surface Behavior of Metallic Materials during the lucubation Period of Cavitation Erosion, ASTM STP 1339, 357, 20010401
  83. The anti-slurry erosion properties of polyethylene for sewerage pipe use, WEAR, 240(1-2), 52-58, 200005
  84. Abrasion and Corrosion Proof Property of Polyethylene Pipe for Sewage Works, Proceedings of the First International Conference on Mechanical Eegineering, CD-ROM(2000/040477), 20000101
  85. Slurry Erosion Properties of Polyethylene, CORROSION ENGINEERING, 48(8), 508-513, 1999
  86. Theoretical equation for the critical impact velocity in solid particles impact erosion, Wear, 233-235, 476-483, 19990101
  87. Slurry erosion properties of ceramic coatings, Wear, 233-235, 608-614, 19990101
  88. Critical impact velocity in solid particles impact erosion of metallic materials, Wear, 233-235, 468-475, 19990101
  89. Cavitation Erosion Properties of High Strength Ceramics, Wear of Engineering Materials, Conference Proceedings from Materials Solutions, 137-144, 19980101
  90. Cavitation Erosion Properties of High Strength Ceramics, Wear of Engineering Materials, 1, 137-144, 19980401
  91. The Determination of Solid Particles’ Impact Conditions by Numerical Analysis in a Slurry Erosion Testing Apparatus, Corrosion Engineering, 46(5), 293, 19970401
  92. Improvement of Cavitation Erosion Resistance Properties of Ceramic Materials, CORROSION ENGINEERING, 46(10), 637-642, 1997
  93. The application of the mass transfer equation to flow induced localized corrosion, Meeting Abstract 191st Society Meeting 97, 263, 19970101
  94. Cavitation Erosion Properties of Ceramics, Proceedings of The Second International Meeting of Pacific Rim Ceramic Societies, CD-ROM(paper 475), 19960101
  95. Evalution and prediction of surface roughness due to cavitation erosion, STG-Symposium on Propulsors and Cavitation in Humburg, 19920101
  96. Erosion-retarding effect of corrosion inhibitor, Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Cavitation, 147-150, 19920101
  97. Cavitation erosion prediction by quantification of surface integrity, 3rd Int. Conf. on Cavitation in Cambridge, 19920101
  98. Effects of lnbibitor on Cavitation Erosion of Commercially Pure lron, Corrosion Engineering, 40(12), 814-820, 19910401
  99. Cavitation Erosion-retarding Effect of Tensile Stress, Corrosion Engineering, 40(12), 821, 19910401
  100. Prediction of Service Life of Metallic Materials exposed to Cavitation Attack, Corrosion Engineering, 39(10), 550, 19900401
  101. pH-controlled self-healing polymer coatings with cellulose nanofibers providing an effective release of corrosion inhibitor, CORROSION SCIENCE, 103, 117-123, 20160201
  102. Self-Healing Coatings for Corrosion Inhibition of Metals, Modern Applied Science, 9(7), 214-219, 20150701
  103. Mapping the influence of electrospinning parameters on the morphology transition of short and continuous nanofibers, Fibers and Polymers, 17(8), 1238-1244, 20160827
  104. Controlling the length of short electrospun polymer nanofibers via the addition of micro spherical silica particles, Journal of Materials Science, 52(7), 4016-4024, 20170122
  105. Self-healing Corrosion Protective Treatment for Aluminum in Simulated Seawater, Bull. Soc. Sea Water Sci., Jpn., 71(1), 16-21, 20170201
  106. Henna leaves extract as a corrosion inhibitor in acrylic resin coating, Progress in Organic Coatings, 105, 310-319, 20170123
  107. Multi-plate, thin-film electrodes of manganese oxide synthesized via the thermal decomposition of a manganese-amine complex for use as electrochemical supercapacitors, ELECTROCHIMICA ACTA, 222, 693-700, 20161220
  108. Abrasion and Corrosion Property of Polyethylene Pipe for Sewage Works, Journal of Japan Sewage Works Association, 35(433), 141-151, 19981115
  109. Theoretical Equation of the Critical Impact Velocity in Solid Particles Impact Erosion, Corrosion engineering, 47(10), 631-637, 19981015
  110. Slurry Erosion Characteristics of Low Pressure Plasma Sprayed Ceramic Coatings, Corrosion engineering, 46(5), 299-304, 19970515
  111. Cavitation Erosion Properties of Ceramics, Corrosion engineering, 46(9), 588-593, 19970915
  112. Electrical conductivity of copper nanoparticle thin films annealed at low temperature, Thin Solid Films, 518(23), 7033-7037, 20100930
  113. Effects of Inhibitor on Cavitation Erosion of Commercially Pure Iron, CORROSION ENGINEERING, 40(12), 814-820, 1991
  114. Cavitation Erosion-retarding Effect of Tensile Stress, CORROSION ENGINEERING, 40(12), 821-826, 1991
  115. Prediction of Service Life of Metallic Materials exposed to Cavitation Attack, Zairyo-to-Kankyo, 39(10), 550-555, 1990
  116. Self-healing corrosion protective coatings, Journal of Japan Institute of Light Metals, 60(12), 660-665, 201012
  117. Critical Impact Velocity in the Solid Particles Impact Erosion of Metallic Materials, CORROSION ENGINEERING, 47(8), 540-547, 1998
  118. Self-healing polymer coating with the microfibers of superabsorbent polymers provides corrosion inhibition in carbon steel, Surface and Coatings Technology, 341, 71-77, 20180515
  119. Nickel film synthesized by the thermal decomposition of nickel-amine complexes, Thin Solid Films, 642, 169-173, 20171130
  120. Self-Healing Corrosion Protective Coatings Using CNF, Function & Materials, 38(1), 37-45, 20180105
  121. Self-healing corrosion protective treatment of aluminum in simulated seawater, Bulletin of the Society of Sea Water Science, Japan, 71(1), 16-21, 20170101
  122. Self-healing polymer coatings with microfibers of superabsorbent polymers for corrosion inhibition of carbon steel, EUROCORR 2017, USB 76171(USB 76171), USB 76171-USB 76171, 20170907
  123. Improvement of Cavitation Erosion Resistance Properties of Ceramic Materials, Corrosion engineering, 46(10), 637-642, 19971015
  124. Preparation of Transparent Nanocomposite Microspheres via Dispersion of High-Concentration TiO_2 and BaTiO_3 Nanoparticles in Acrylic Monomer, Journal of the Society of Powder Technology,Japan, 45(1), 23-29, 20080110
  125. The Determination of Solid Particles' Impact Conditions by Numerical Analysis in a Slurry Erosion Testing Apparatus, CORROSION ENGINEERING, 46(5), 293-298, 1997
  126. Porous anodic oxide film with self-healing ability for corrosion protection of aluminum, ELECTROCHIMICA ACTA, 296, 662-668, 20190210
  127. Mesh-Like Thin-Film Electrodes of Manganese Oxide with High Specific Capacitance Synthesized via Thermal Decomposition of Manganese Formate-Amine Complexed Ink, Materials Research Bulletin

Publications such as books

  1. 2018/01/30, Handbook of Nanofibers, Recent Trends in Nanofiber-Based Anticorrosion Coatings, Nanofiber, Self-healing, Corrosion, Coating, Corrosion inhibitor, Network structure, Controlled release, Springer International Publishing AG 2018, 2018, January, Scholarly Book, Joint work, English, Akihiro Yabuki, Indra W. Fathona, 978-3-319-42789-8, 32
  2. 2019, Handbook of Nanofibers, Recent Trends in Nanofiber-Based Anticorrosion Coatings, Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2019, 2019, Scholarly Book, Joint work, English, Akihiro Yabuki, Indra W. Fathona, 978-3-319-53654-5, 1170, 905-936
  3. 2019/10/26, Advances In Smart Coatings And Thin Films For Future Industrial and Biomedical Engineering Applications, Self-healing corrosion protective coatings in transportation industries, Elsevier, 2019, 201910, Scholarly Book, Joint work, English, Akihiro Yabuki, Indra W. Fathona, 9780128498705, 680, 99-133

Invited Lecture, Oral Presentation, Poster Presentation

  1. Self-Healing Coatings for Corrosion Inhibition of Metals, Akihiro Yabuki, 6th Tsukuba International Coating Symposium (TICS), 2014/12/04, With Invitation, English
  2. Self-Healing Coatings for Corrosion Inhibition of Metals, Akihiro Yabuki, The 2nd International Seminar on Fundamental and Application of Chemical Engineering 2014 (ISFACHE 2014), USB (2014), 2014/11/12, With Invitation, English
  3. 金属材料の自己修復性防食コーティング, Akihiro Yabuki, 2014/11/27, With Invitation, Japanese
  4. 自己修復性防食コーティング, Akihiro Yabuki, 2014/10/17, With Invitation, Japanese
  5. 金属材料の自己修復性防食コーティング, Akihiro Yabuki, 2014/09/06, With Invitation, Japanese
  6. ナノファイバーと修復剤を用いた自己修復性防食コーティング, 2014/05/20, Without Invitation, Japanese
  7. アルミニウム陽極酸化皮膜のナノポアを用いた自己修復性防食処理, 2014/03/07, Without Invitation, Japanese
  8. 自己修復性防食ワックスコーティングの開発, 2014/03/07, Without Invitation, Japanese
  9. ギ酸ニッケル錯体の熱分解による導電性膜の合成, 2014/12/05, Without Invitation, Japanese
  10. ファイバー化した高吸水性高分子および腐食抑制剤を用いた自己修復性コーティング, 2014/12/05, Without Invitation, Japanese
  11. ギ酸銅錯体の低温熱分解による導電性薄膜の合成, 2014/11/09, Without Invitation, Japanese
  12. ファイバー化した高吸水性ポリマーを用いた自己修復性耐食コーティング, 2014/09/08, Without Invitation, Japanese
  13. 化学装置設計製図におけるCADの導入と教育効果, 2014/08/28, Without Invitation, Japanese
  14. 修復剤の拡散制御による自己修復性防食コーティングの性能向上, 2014/05/18, Without Invitation, Japanese
  15. ナノファイバーを用いた自己修復性防食コーティング, 2014/05/18, Without Invitation, Japanese
  16. アルミニウム陽極酸化皮膜のナノポアを用いた自己修復性防食処理, 2014/05/17, Without Invitation, Japanese
  17. Self-healing polymer coatings with microfibers of superabsorbent polymers for corrosion inhibition of carbon steel, Akihiro Yabuki, Shota Tanabe, Indra W. Fathona, EUROCORR 2017, 2017/09/03, Without Invitation, English, EUROCORR, Prague Congress Centre, Czech Republic, preprint
  18. Self-healing polymer coatings of cellulose nanofibers and zeolite particles for corrosion inhibition of carbon steel, Akihiro Yabuki, Masato Kanagaki, Chikara Nishikawa, Indra W. Fathona, 7th International Conference on Self-Healing Materials (ICSHM2019), 2019/06/04, Without Invitation, English, Osanbashi Hall, Yokohama, Japan, published
  19. Self-healing polymer coatings using cellulose nanofibers and two types of inorganic healing agents for corrosion inhibition of carbon steel, Akihiro Yabuki, Yoshiki Fukuhara, Asian Pacific Confederation of Chemical Engineering congress (APCChE2019), 2019/09/26, Without Invitation, English, Sapporo Convention Center, preprint

Patented

  1. Patent, 6240528, 2017/11/10
  2. Patent
  3. Patent, JP第6504602号, 2019/04/05
  4. Patent, JP第6537847号, 2019/06/14