三村  教授
Prof. Mamoru Mimura

  • 粘性土の時間依存性を取り入れた弾粘塑性有限要素法による軟弱地盤の応力-変形挙動解析
  • 密度と含水比を測定できるRIコーン貫入試験装置の開発と地盤の品質管理への適用
  • 地盤情報データベースの構築と地盤防災への利活用
  • 歴史的地盤構造物の修復と保全に関する地盤工学の貢献

などをテーマとして研究に取り組んでいます。

Rational geotechnical modeling and elasto-viscoplastic numerical procedure have been developed to assess the long-term large deformation and stability of the soft soil deposits that are situating along metropolitan bay area. The research activities are also directed towards developing a sophisticated tool for sounding, such as “radio-isotope cone penetrometer” that can precisely detect the wet density as well as natural water content to evaluate the quality of soft soil deposits. Urban geoinformatics is one of the newly developed research field in which geoinformatics database plays a significant role to assess the fragility of local ground and assist for regional geo-disaster mitigation. In addition, archaeological geotechnics is a recent matter of concern to restore and conserve various historical geo-remains with authenticity.

 

連絡先/Contacts
桂キャンパス C-1クラスター2棟 2階212号室
Room 212, C claster 1, Katsura Campus
TEL: +81-75-383-3304
FAX: +81-75-383-3307
E-mail: mimura.mamoru.3rkyoto-u.ac.jp

肥後 陽介 准教授
Associate Prof. Yosuke Higo

地盤材料を微視的観点から地盤材料の各相の構造変化を明らかにし、巨視的な地盤材料の変形性能および強度特性との関係を研究しています。さらに、実験で明らかにした物理的背景に立脚して、地盤材料の変形・破壊挙動を精緻に表現可能なモデルを開発し、降雨や地震などの種々の外力に対する地盤材料の変形・破壊挙動を解析し、予測する手法の開発を行っています。

Geomaterial is a multi-phase mixture composed of soil, water and air. It is important, therefore, to study microscopic changes in soil structures and phase interactions for fully understanding overall macroscopic behavior. We aim to clarify a link between the microscopic and macroscopic behaviors through experiments using x-ray tomography technique. Furthremore, we are developing analysis methods based on the physical origins to predict macroscopic geotechnical issues such as geoharzards induced by rainfalls and earthquakes.

Website (in English) https://geotech.kuciv.kyoto-u.ac.jp/yhigo

 

連絡先/Contacts
桂キャンパス C-1クラスター2棟 2階211号室
Room 211, C claster 1, Katsura Campus
TEL: +81-75-383-3305
FAX: +81-75-383-3307
E-mail: higo.yohsuke.5z kyoto-u.ac.jp

澤田 茉伊 助教
Assistance Prof. Mai Sawada

古墳の修復保存技術について研究をしています。古墳は,墳丘の崩壊,内部の埋葬空間である石室の漏水,塩類風化や結露,かび等による石室石材や壁画の劣化などの損傷を受けています。これらの損傷の抑制には,地盤工学の視点に基づいた修復・保存技術が不可欠です。そこで,墳丘の力学的安定性の確保,墳丘内への水分移動の抑制,石室の温湿度環境の制御,の3つを修復・保存の重要課題と考え,これらについて地盤工学の実験,解析手法を用いて研究しています。

Tumulus mounds known as the oldest earth structures have been seriously damaged by precipitation, earthquake and man-caused destructions resulting in slope failure in a mound, water infiltration into the burial chamber and deterioration of the paintings in the chamber accompanied by salt crystallization, dew condensation and fungi. We are responsible for controlling these damages and passing the tumulus mounds to future generations. To accomplish this mission, conservation and restoration of tumulus mounds are necessary to be considered in terms of geoengineering, namely deformation, strength and seepage characteristics of soils. The key points for conservation and restoration of tumulus mounds are controlling of the stability and infiltration of the mounds and hydrothermal environment in the chambers. We have been studying on these points based on geotechnical experiments and numerical analyses.

 

連絡先/Contacts
桂キャンパス C-1クラスター2棟 2階213号室
Room 213, C claster 1, Katsura Campus
TEL: +81-75-383-3306
FAX: +81-75-383-3307
E-mail: sawada.mai.6ckyoto-u.ac.jp

矢野 隆夫 技術職員
Dr. Takao Yano (Technical Staff)

伊藤 稚佳子 秘書
Ms. Chikako Ito (Secretary)