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Nagoya University, Laboratory for Ultraprecision Engineering

Eiji Shamoto



Elliptical vibration cutting, Three dimensional cutting model, Multi-milling, Chatter vibration, Friction damping, Chip guiding cutting, Rotary milling, High speed ceramic milling, Fluid bearing

Research field/keyword

Cutting, Machine Tool

Societies to which he/she belongs


Brief Biography

March 1984 B.Sc., Nagoya University
March 1986 M.Sc., Nagoya University
March 1989 Dr. Eng., Nagoya University
April 1989 - July 1994 Research Associate, Kobe University
August 1994 – March 2002 Associate Professor, Kobe University
October 1995 – July 1996 Visiting Researcher, University of British Columbia, Canada
April 2002-Now Professor, Nagoya University

Published books and academic papers

- Eiji Shamoto and Toshimichi Moriwaki, Study on Elliptical Vibration Cutting, Annals of the CIRP, Vol.43/1 (1994) pp.35-38

- Eiji Shamoto and Yusuf Altintas, Prediction of Shear Angle in Oblique Cutting with Maximum Shear Stress and Minimum Energy Principles, Trans. ASME Journal of Manufacturing Science and Engineering, Vol.121 (1999) pp.399-407

- Eiji Shamoto, Tatsuya Mori, Kohei Nishimura, Tomoki Hiramatsu, Yusuke Kurata, Suppression of regenerative chatter vibration in simultaneous double-sided milling of flexible plates by speed difference, CIRP Annals – Manufacturing Technology, Vol.59/1 (2010) pp.387-390

- Eiji Shamoto, Shunsuke Fujimaki, Burak Sencer, Norikazu, Suzuki, Takashi Kato, Rei Hino, A novel tool path/posture optimization concept to avoid chatter vibration in machining

- Proposed concept and its verification in turning, CIRP Annals – Manufacturing Technology, Vol.61/1 (2012) pp. 331-334

- Eiji Shamoto, Yohei Hashimoto, Miki Shinagawa, and Burak Sencer, Analytical prediction of contact stiffness and friction damping in bolted connection, CIRP Annals – Manufacturing Technology, Vol.63/1 (2014) pp.353-356

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