■Functional Material Processing Laboratory
03/2005, Engineering Ph.D., Tokyo Institute of Technology
03/2002, Engineering M.S., Tokyo Institute of Technology
Development of new functional bulk amorphous alloy (bulk metallic glass), Welding of metallic glass
Recent researches focused on bulk amorphous alloy, which is generally called “metallic glass”. Research fields cover not only development of new alloy but also its material processing, joining, welding and industrial application (fig.1). Metallic glass possess unique properties such as high mechanical strength, low elastic coefficient, small solidification shrinkage, and high resistance to corrosion. These properties originated from its amorphous structure and are not found in crystalline alloys. Usually, various metallic glasses exhibit a large viscous flow at the supercooled liquid region. The utilization of the flow enables the fabrication of metallic glasses in the form of three-dimentional shapes such as semi spheres and small gears. These features open up new areas of applications as next-generation engineering material.
- 1) T. Terajima, “Cu metallization of the Surface of Cu-Zr-based Metallic Glass,” J. Alloys Compd, vol. 536S, S113-S116 (2012).
- 2) T. Terajima, "Development of Cu-Clad Metallic Glass for Soldering,” Mater. Sci. Forum, vol. 706-709, 1343-1347 (2011).
- 3) T. Terajima, H. Kimura, and A. Inoue, “Cu-Zr based bulk amorphous alloy surface-metallized with Cu,” Frontier of Appl. Plasma Technol., vol. 4, 103-107 (2011).
- 4) T. Terajima, F. Takeuchi, K. Nakata, S. Adachi, K. Nakashima, and T. Igarashi, “Composite Coating Containing WC/12Co Cermet - Fe-based Metallic Glass Deposited by High-Velocity Oxygen Fuel Spraying,” J. Alloys Compd., vol. 504S, S288-S291 (2010).
- 5) Y. Kawahito, Y. Niwa, T. Terajima, and S. Katayama, “Laser Direct Joining of Glassy Metal Zr55Al10Ni5Cu30 to Engineering Plastic Polyethylene Terephthalate,” Mater. Trans., vol. 51, 1433-1436 (2010).
- 6) T. Terajima, K. Nakata, H. Kimura, and A. Inoue, „Laser Butt Welding of The Mg-Based Metallic Glass,” Ceramics Trans., vol. 219, 55-60 (2010).
Affiliated Academic Organizations
The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers, The Japan Institute of Metals, The Society of Materials Science Japan, Institute of Applied Plasma Science, The Japan Society of Applied Physics
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