Volume 64 (2019)

No.1 Special Issue on Recent Trends in Tribology Field Led by Technical Committees in JAST

Special Issues Category Title Authors No. Page
  Foreword New Year’s Greetings to the Members of Japanese Society of Tribologists Toshiaki WAKABAYASHI 1 1
Special Issue on Recent Trends in Tribology Field Led by Technical Committees in JAST   Prologue to the Special Issue on “Recent Trends in Tribology Field Led by Technical Committees in JAST” Motoyuki MURASHIMA 1 2
Explanation New Disciplines and New Fields of Tribology Takashi NAKAMURA 1 3
Recent Trends in Lubricant Additives —Contribution to Lubricants for Sustainable Environment— Yasushi NAITOH 1 5
Recent Trends in Solid Lubrication Atsushi HIRATA 1 7
Recent Trends in Engine Tribology Yuji MIHARA 1 9
Recent Trends in Research of Rolling Contact Fatigue Koji UEDA 1 11
Recent Trends in Sealing Technology Joichi SUGIMURA and Hirotaka MIZUTA 1 13
Recent Trends in Tribology of Railways Takafumi NAGATOMO 1 15
Recent Trends in Nano-Tribology of Head-Disk Interface in Hard Disk Drives Norio TAGAWA 1 17
Recent Trends in Maintenance Tribology Tomomi HONDA 1 19
Recent Trends in Metal Forming Tribology Satoshi NAKANO, Nobuhide TANINO and Kenta NAKAMURA 1 21
Recent Trends in Tribochemistry Keiji NAKAYAMA 1 23
Recent Trends in Tribology of Automobile —Facing a Time of Major Changes Once in a Century— Atsushi SUZUKI and Shin MAKINO 1 25
Recent Trends in Tribology of Aluminum Shinobu SUZUKI 1 27
Recent Trends in Polymer Tribology Yosuke NISHITANI 1 29
Recent Trends in Tribology in Japan Sea Tribology Research Group Tomomi HONDA 1 31
  Original Contribution on Science Effects of Thickener on Oil Film Formation of Lubricating Grease —Mechanism of Grease Film Formation with Adhesion / Deposition of Thickener on Friction Surface— Hiroshi KOMIYA, Yuma GESHI, Noboru YAOTANI, Tomoko HIRAYAMA, Takashi MATSUOKA and Hidetoshi SAKAMOTO 1 33
The Relationship between Structural Change of Thickeners and Rheological Properties on Lubricating Grease Michita HOKAO, Kentaro SONODA and Joichi SUGIMURA 1 42
  Original Contribution on Technology Study of Evaluation Index Characterizing Dynamic Friction Characteristics in Shock Absorber Shinji KATO and Shinya SASAKI 1 55

No.2 Special Issue on Tribological Technology for Valvetrain and Valvetrain Drive Systems in Automobile Internal Combustion Engines

Special Issues Category Title Authors No. Page
Messages to Tribologists Serial Diversity Opens the Future of Tribology Toshikazu NANBU 2 69
Special Issue on Tribological Technology for Valvetrain and Valvetrain Drive Systems in Automobile Internal Combustion Engines   Prologue to the Special Issue on “ Tribological Technology for Valvetrain and Valvetrain Drive Systems in Automobile Internal Combustion Engines” Hiroki ASAJIMA 2 70
Explanation Characteristics of Friction, Wear and Scuffing for Cam and Follower —Investigating Tribotechnology to Improve Performance and Reliability for Engines— Mitsuhiro SOEJIMA 2 71
Tribological Characteristics of Variable Valve Actuation System Makoto NAKAMURA 2 81
Tribological Issues and Measures of Roller Rockers Tomonori NIIZATO, Kyoichi MACHIDA and Katsuaki SHIIKI 2 91
Design Method of Timing Chains for Resistance to Elongation by Wear Takahiro KUWADA 2 97
Essay for Overseas Experience in Tribology −Around the World− Up-to-date News My Stay in Fraunhofer IPT Masayoshi MIZUTANI 2 103
  Original Contribution on Science Effects of Segregated Si Particles Removal on Tribological Properties of Aluminum Cast Alloy Shogo HAYAKAWA, Toshiki SATO, Yasuyuki KANDA, Tatsuya NIIMI, Satoru NISHIO and Hatsuhiko USAMI 2 107
Adsorption and Desorption Characteristics of Sulfur-Type Extreme Pressure Agents on Aluminum-Based Substrates and Surface Composition Analysis of Their Thermally Treated Films Kenichi SAKAI, Kazuki SUNAKAWA, Hironobu MATSUEDA, Hiroshi SAKATA, Masaaki AKAMATSU and Hideki SAKAI 2 118

No.3 Special Issue on Fundamentals and Technical Trends of Base Stocks and Additives for Lubricants

Special Issues Category Title Authors No. Page
Messages to Tribologists Serial Development of Lubricants Kenji HAYASHI 3 133
Special Issue on Fundamentals and Technical Trends of Base Stocks and Additives for Lubricants   Prologue to the Special Issue on “Fundamentals and Technical Trends of Base Stocks and Additives for Lubricants” Shingo MARUYAMA 3 134
Explanation Recent Supply and Demand Trends of Lubricant Base Stocks Yukihiko ADACHI 3 135
Fatty Acid Esters ‒ Sustainability and Biodegradability John EASTWOOD 3 144
Chemical Aspect for Advanced Lubricants Shigeyuki MORI 3 150
Characteristics and Applications of Polysulfide Compounds as Extreme-Pressure Additives Hironobu MATSUEDA, Hiroshi SAKATA, Yutaka TACHIKAWA, Kazuki SUNAKAWA, Kenichi SAKAI and Hideki SAKAI 3 158
Pour Point Depressants and Their Performance Evaluations Yasuaki INOUE 3 165
  Explanation Expanded Austenite Phase Formed by Low-Temperature Plasma Carburizing of Austenite Stainless Steel and Its Sliding Characteristics Youichi WATANABE 3 171
  Original Contribution on Science Kinetic Study on Lubricity of MoDTC as a Friction Modifier Masanori KOMABA, Shinya KONDO, Atsushi SUZUKI, Kazue KURIHARA and Shigeyuki MORI 3 178
  Original Contribution on Technology Study on Low Torque Deep Groove Ball Bearing by Cage Profile Optimization Shigeo KAMAMOTO, Junji MURATA and Yuki SHISHIHARA 3 186

No.4 Special Issue on Who’s Who in Tribology 2019 —Industries—

Special Issues Category Title Authors No. Page
    Winners of 2018 Distinguished Tribologists Award
Winners of 2018 Best Paper Award
Winners of 2018 Best Paper Award of Tribology Online
Winners of 2018 Tribo-Technology Award
Winners of 2018 Award for Young Tribologists
Winners of 2018 Award for Student Tribologists
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  The 7th Tribology Heritage No.17 Bengala and the Production Equipment   4 216
Special Issue on Who's Who in Tribology 2019 —Industries—   Prologue to the Special Issue on “Who's Who in Tribology 2019 —Industries—” Kentaro YOSHIDA 4 217
Who's Who in Tribology 2019 —Industries— Advanced Technology R&D Center, NTN Corporation Takuji KOBAYASHI 4 218
Tribology Sect., Material R&D Dept., JTEKT CORPORATION Kazuhisa KITAMURA 4 220
Tribology Material Department, Material Engineering Division No.2, TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION Misato KISHI 4 222
Core Technology R&D Center, NSK Ltd. Michita HOKAO 4 224
Vibration Engineering & Tribology Department, IHI Corporation Hideki OGATA 4 226
Tribology Research Center, EMG Lubricants Godo Kaisha Ko ONODERA 4 228
Lubricants Research Laboratory, Idemitsu Kosan Co., Ltd. Kenji SUNAHARA 4 230
Engineering Research Department, Corporate Technology Office, NOK Corporation Yohei SAKAI 4 232
Product Evaluation Group, R&D Laboratory, COSMO OIL LUBRICANTS Co., Ltd. Masatoshi MIURA 4 234
Lubricants R&D Dept., JXTG Nippon Oil & Energy Corporation Osamu KUROSAWA 4 236
Oil and e-PT Materials Group, Materials Engineering Dept., Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. Takumaru SAGAWA 4 238
Research & Development Dept., Kyodo Yushi Co., Ltd. Takashi NOGI 4 240
Advanced Materials & Process Research Department, Center for Technology Innovation - Materials, Research & Development Group, Hitachi, Ltd. Tasuku ONODERA 4 242
Machinery Research Department, Research & Innovation Center, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. Takafumi YOSHIDA 4 244
The Tribo-Soshi, Essays from Tribologists Essay Having Thought at Start of Research and Development and Commercialization —Look Back on Research and Development of Ceramic Bearing and Commercialization of Bearing for Extreme Special Environment— Hiroaki TAKEBAYASHI 4 246
  Original Contribution on Science Formation of Low Friction Interface under Sliding Contact between Bearing Steels in MoDTC Oil Ryo KOIKE, Atsushi SUZUKI, Kazue KURIHARA and Koshi ADACHI 4 250

No.5 Special Issue on 50 Years of the Technical Committee on Wear Research and Advances of Wear Research

Special Issues Category Title Authors No. Page
Messages to Tribologists Serial Brief Review of One’s Own Experience Sumiko HIBINO 5 263
Special Issue on 50 Years of the Technical Committee on Wear Research and Advances of Wear Research   Prologue to the Special Issue on “50 Years of the Technical Committee on Wear Research and Advances of Wear Research” Ken’ichi HIRATSUKA 5 264
Explanation Fifty Years of the Technical Committee on Wear Research Ken’ichi HIRATSUKA 5 265
Mechanism and Theory of Adhesive Wear Hiroshi MISHINA 5 271
Progress and Potential in Measurement of Wear Alan HASE 5 277
Wear under Chemical Reaction Toshiyuki SAITO 5 282
Wear for Low Friction —Running-in and Tribochemical Wear— Koshi ADACHI 5 288
Understanding of Scuffing Process by Several In-Situ Observation Techniques Kazuyuki YAGI 5 294
Approach to Determining Wear Phenomena from Microtribology Yasuhisa ANDO 5 302
Essay for Overseas Experience in Tribology −Around the World− Up-to-date News The Participating in NORDTRIB 2018 and the Visit to the Royal Institute of Technology Shouhei KAWADA 5 308

No.6 Special Issue on Basic Knowledges and Latest Trends in Steel Surface Treatment

Special Issues Category Title Authors No. Page
Messages to Tribologists Serial Tribology to Support IT Revolution Kenji FUKUZAWA 6 315
Special Issue on Basic Knowledges and Latest Trends in Steel Surface Treatment   Prologue to the Special Issue on “Basic Knowledges and Latest Trends in Steel Surface Treatment” Mitsuru URABE 6 316
Explanation Basic Knowledge and Recent Trends in Plating —Electroless Nickel Plating— Akira MORITA 6 317
Basic Understanding and New Developments of Chemical Conversion Coating and Salt Bath Heat Treatment Tatsuya MATSUKAWA and Shinobu KOMIYAMA 6 323
Basic Knowledge and Recent Trends in Dry Process Technology —Application Example to Piston Rings— Makoto KANO and Hideaki KAMIYAMA 6 330
Basic Knowledge and Latest Trend of Thermal Spray Process Tetsuyoshi WADA 6 338
  Explanation Technology Trends in Research and Development of Lubricants Motohiro ITO 6 344
Essay for Overseas Experience in Tribology −Around the World− Up-to-date News Attending STLE Tribology Frontiers Conference —Actual Experience of My First Time International Conference— Rui TANINOKUCHI 6 352
  Original Contribution on Science Influence of Material Composition on Formation of Nano-Interface for Low Friction in MoDTC Oil Ryo KOIKE, Atsushi SUZUKI, Kazue KURIHARA and Koshi ADACHI 6 356