Prof. Dr. Eng. Ichiro Moriwaki
Prof. Dr.Eng. Ichiro Moriwaki is a professor of mechanical and system engineering at Kyoto Institute of Technology and the director of the KIT Liaison Center. He received a doctorate degree of engineering from Kyoto University in 1989. He was the chairman of gearing committee in JSME in 2011- 2013, and still a member of the committee. Moriwaki is also chairman of ISO / JIS standards committee in JGMA, a Japanese delegate for ISO TC 60. (Bio last updated 2015-03-01 Contact Randy Stott, Managing Editor, with changes.)
Articles by Ichiro Moriwaki
- Fundamental Study of Detection of Plastic Gear Failure Signs (March/April 2015)
This paper proposes a new method â€” using neural oscillators â€” for filtering out background vibration noise in meshing plastic gear pairs in the detection of signs of gear failure. In this paper these unnecessary frequency components are eliminated with a feed-forward control system in which the neural oscillatorâ€™s synchronization property works. Each neural oscillator is designed to tune the natural frequency to a particular one of the components.