Muroran, Japan
Muroran, Japan

Japan Steel Works, Ltd. is a steel manufacturer founded in Muroran, Hokkaidō, Japan in 1907. Wikipedia.


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Patent
Yamanashi University and Japan Steel Works | Date: 2015-07-24

A tunable dual-band resonator and a tunable dual-band band-pass filter using the tunable dual-band resonator. The dual-band resonator is structured such that a stub is added to each half-wavelength resonator provided with half-wavelength resonator protrusions (capacity-component adjust parts). The dual-band resonator is made up of an odd-number mode resonator in a shape including a ground conductor disposed on the back surface of a dielectric body, and a strip conductor disposed on the top surface thereof, and an even-number mode resonator in such a shape as to be formed when the stub is connected to an end face on the opposite side of the open-end of the strip, characterized in that a dielectric rod circular in cross section is provided in the space above the respective stubs, and another dielectric rod circular in cross section is provided in the space above the half-wavelength resonator protrusions.


Patent
Yachiyo Industry Co. and Japan Steel Works | Date: 2016-04-29

A production apparatus includes the following stations juxtaposed in the following sequence: a parison forming station for forming a parison; a built-in part attachment station where opposite sides of a center die provided with a built-in part are held between a pair of molding dies to locate the center die in the molding dies with the parison between the center die and the molding dies, and the built-in part being attached to the parison transferred to the molding dies; a molding station where the molding dies are closed to mold the hollow molded product; and a conveyance station for taking the hollow molded product out of the molding dies and conveying the hollow molded product. The center die is fixed at the built-in part attachment station, and the molding dies are configured to be movable back and forth between the built-in part attachment station and the molding station.


Patent
Japan Steel Works | Date: 2016-06-23

A method for producing an iron-based sintered alloy, which is used in sliding components in pairs and has a composition including, in terms of percent by mass, Ti: 18.4 to 24.6%, Mo: 2.8 to 6.6%, C: 4.7 to 7.0%, Cr: 7.5 to 10.0%, Ni: 4.5 to 6.5%, Co: 1.5 to 4.5%, Al: 0.6 to 1.0%, the balance being Fe and unavoidable impurities, wherein the method is carried out such that the alloy has a structure in which hard particles are dispersed in an island form in a matrix and, while an area ratio thereof is kept constant, a maximum circle equivalent diameter thereof is controlled to a predetermined value of 40 to 10 m.


A method for producing a cellulose nanofiber-containing polyolefin microporous stretched film according to the invention includes: a first step of obtaining a cellulose powder dispersion mixture by uniformly dispersing a cellulose which has a powder particle size and whose hydroxyl groups have been subjected to a lipophilizing treatment using a dibasic acid anhydride, in a plasticizer; a second step of melt-kneading the cellulose powder dispersion mixture and a polyolefin to obtain a polyolefin resin composition; a third step of extrusion-molding the polyolefin resin composition to obtain an extrudate; a fourth step of stretching the extrudate with a film stretcher to obtain a film; a fifth step of extracting out the plasticizer from the film; and a sixth step of thermally fixing the film from which the plasticizer has been extracted out for inhibiting contraction, while stretching the film at a temperature not higher than a melting point of the polyolefin raw material, in which a twin-screw kneading extruder is used only once throughout the second and third steps.


A twin screw extruder (10) according to the present invention is a twin screw extruder (10), in which a reinforcing fiber is fed through an input port (18) into a molten thermoplastic resin having been formed in a resin feed part (13) and the reinforcing fiber and the molten thermoplastic resin pass through a kneading part (15) so that a fiber-reinforced resin composition is manufactured, wherein the kneading part (14) is provided at the discharge-side end part of the extruder (10); a conveying part (14) is provided between the input port (18) and the kneading part (15), and tip clearance (Sc) of a screw element (12b) configuring the conveying part (4) is larger than screw clearance (Ss).


Patent
Japan Steel Works | Date: 2016-07-13

This production method for fiber reinforcing members has: a step (1) in which a molten body of thermoplastic resin is formed in a lower mold, a mat-shaped material formed from a reinforcing fiber (B) is placed upon the molten body, an upper mold for pressurizing is closed on the lower mold, pressure is applied thereto and impregnation processing performed, then the resin-impregnated mat-shaped material is cooled and solidified, and a main body section formed from the fiber-reinforcing resin is formed; and a step (2) in which the upper mold for pressurizing is opened, an upper mold for injection molding is closed on the lower mold and an injection molding mold is formed, injection molding is then performed and an additional part is formed, and a fiber reinforcing member having the additional part combined with the main body section is molded.


Patent
Hosokawa Yoko Co. and Japan Steel Works | Date: 2016-04-01

The method for attaching a thin cylindrical element to a mold core is a method for attaching a film-like thin cylindrical element, which is formed in a cylindrical shape having a constant cross-sectional shape, to an outer surface of a mold core in a manner so as to cover the mold core. The method includes pressing the thin cylindrical element onto a tip portion of the mold core; guiding the thin cylindrical element to the base end side of the mold core while ejecting gas into between the mold core and the thin cylindrical element; and attaching the thin cylindrical element to the outer surface of the mold core in a manner so as to cover the mold core.


Patent
Japan Steel Works | Date: 2016-05-18

A simulation apparatus (10) includes an 1D analysis unit (102) which performs a low-dimensional fluid-flow analysis of material in an arithmetic object field of a kneading device, based on setting information including physical property of the material, and configuration data and an operation condition of the kneading device for kneading the material, an area selection unit (104) which receives selection of an object area as an object of a high-dimensional fluid-flow analysis in the arithmetic object field, and a 3D analysis unit (105) which extracts physical quantities of the material relating to the object area, based on a result of the low-dimensional fluid-flow analysis, and performs a high-dimensional fluid-flow analysis of the material in the object area, based on the extracted physical quantities and the setting information.


Patent
Japan Steel Works | Date: 2016-04-13

According to the present invention, devolatilization of a synthetic resin formed from a polymer or synthetic rubber can be improved and the synthetic resin can be foamed at a low temperature by injecting a devolatilization agent through a devolatilization agent injection nozzle provided in a downstream end segment cylinder of a cylinder assembly. In a vented twin-screw kneading extrusion apparatus and extrusion method according to the present invention, a devolatilization agent, which is injected through a downstream end devolatilization agent injection nozzle (7c) provided on a downstream end segment cylinder constituted by a segment cylinder (1g) positioned on a downstream end of a cylinder assembly (1), is dispersed in molten resin in the downstream end segment cylinder (1g) and kneaded by a downstream end kneading portion (6c) such that the molten resin is foamed by the devolatilization agent and then extruded.


Patent
Japan Steel Works and Kitami Institute of Technology | Date: 2016-03-23

A synthesis gas and nanocarbon production method has a lower hydrocarbon decomposition step for decomposing lower hydrocarbon to produce hydrogen and nanocarbon, a carbon dioxide reduction step for reacting a part of the nanocarbon produced with carbon dioxide to produce carbon monoxide, and a mixing step for mixing the hydrogen and carbon monoxide produced in a predetermined ratio, thereby nanocarbon and a synthesis gas having a desired gas ratio can be simultaneously produced easily.

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