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NAKAGAWA Hideo

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FacultyDepartment of Human Factors Engineering and Environmental Design / Graduate School of Biology-Oriented Science and Technology
PositionAssociate Professor
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Last Updated :2020/11/25

Education and Career

Education

  •   1974 04  - 1978 03 , Kansai University, Faculty of Engineering
  •   1978 04  - 1980 03 , Graduate School of Kansai University

Academic & Professional Experience

  •   1997 ,  - 2003 , Senior Researcher, OKK Corporation
  •   1993 ,  - 1997 , Researcher, OKK Corporation

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Informatics, Mechanics and mechatronics
  • Informatics, Robotics and intelligent systems
  • Informatics, Mechanics and mechatronics
  • Manufacturing technology (mechanical, electrical/electronic, chemical engineering), Manufacturing and production engineering

Research Interests

  • machinetool, Robot

Published Papers

  • Development of an Emotional Speech Synthesis System ? As an Element of Technology for kansei-Based BMI ?, (31), 9 - 20, Mar. 2013
  • Spectral-Tilt Features of Emotional Speech -Research on Emotional-Speech Synthesis Based on Voice-Quality Conversion-, Proceedings of the International Conference on Kansei Engineering and Emotion Research 2010, Proceedings of the International Conference on Kansei Engineering and Emotion Research 2010, 1081 - 1090, Mar. 2010
    Summary:This paper describes the analysis of the voice-quality features of “anger”, “joy”, etc. depending on the degree of the emotion for expressions in Japanese speech. Among voice-quality features, we turn to the tilt of speech spectra. The analysis results show that these spectral-tilt quantities are emotion-dependent, i.e., the spectral-tilt quantities for “anger” as well as “joy” increase significantly as the degree of each emotion becomes greater. This confirms that the voice quality changes to the one whose higher-frequency band is more emphasized as the degrees of “anger” and “joy” increase.
  • A Study of Prosodic Features of Emotional Speech Based on the Auditory Impressions, Memoirs of the School of Biology-Oriented Science and Technology of Kinki University, Memoirs of the School of Biology-Oriented Science and Technology of Kinki University, (23), 1 - 14, Mar. 2009
  • Modelling and Compensation for Position-varying Lost Motion to Improve the Contouring Accuracy of NC Machine Tools, 73(733), 2434 - 2440, Sep. 2007
  • A study on the total tuning of feed drive systems in NC machine tools (4th report): Multiple axes tuning, Y. Kakino, A. Matsubara, S. Ibaraki, H. Nakagawa, T. Takeshita, H. Maruyama, Seimitsu Kogaku Kaishi/Journal of the Japan Society for Precision Engineering, Seimitsu Kogaku Kaishi/Journal of the Japan Society for Precision Engineering, 63(3), 368 - 372, 1997 , Refereed
  • NC工作機械における送り駆動系のトータルチューニングに関する研究 (第2報) − 1軸のサーボパラメータチューニング−, 垣野義昭, 松原 厚, 黎子椰, 上田大介, 中川秀夫, 竹下虎男, 丸山寿一, Seimitsu Kogaku Kaishi/Journal of the Japan Society for Precision Engineering, Seimitsu Kogaku Kaishi/Journal of the Japan Society for Precision Engineering, 61(2), 268 - 272, 1995 , Refereed
  • A Study on the Total Tuning of Feed Drive Systems in NC Machine Tools (1st Report) : Modeling of Feed Drive Mechanism and Identification of the Parameters, KAKINO Yoshiaki, MATSUBARA Atsushi, LI Ziye, UEDA Daisuke, NAKAGAWA Hideo, TAKESHITA Torao, MARUYAMA Hisaichi, Journal of the Japan Society of Precision Engineering, Journal of the Japan Society of Precision Engineering, 60(8), 1097 - 1101, Aug. 1994 , Refereed
    Summary:A model is proposed for the total tuning of feed drive systems in NC machine tools. The model should be sufficiently simple for calculation, yet precise for analysis of servo system stability. Parameters of the model are identified by curve fitting of the frequency response measured by the DAC measuring method. This model was tested by measuring the responses of feed drive systems in a existing machining center. As a result, model was sufficiently correct for practical use.
  • A Study of the Total Tuning Method of Feed Drive System in NC Machine tools, Proc. of JAPAN-U.S.A Symposium on Flexible Automation, Proc. of JAPAN-U.S.A Symposium on Flexible Automation, 219 - 225, 1994
  • Compensation for position-varying lost motion to improve the contouring accuracy of NC machine tools, T Sugie, T Iwasaki, H Nakagawa, S Kohda, IECON 2000: 26TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE IEEE INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS SOCIETY, VOLS 1-4, IECON 2000: 26TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE IEEE INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS SOCIETY, VOLS 1-4, 8, 2213 - 2218, 2000
    Summary:Lost motion is a major disturbance to the contouring accuracy of NC machine tools. NC machine tools with large travel area sometimes show position-varying lost motion. Conventional step type backlash compensation applied to that lost motion, causes contouring error due to inadequate compensation. This paper presents a model of a two-body system with a position dependent spring and position dependent friction that exhibits position-varying lost motion, and a compensation method for that lost motion introduced from the model. Experimental results show the improved performance of the proposed method.
  • High speed and high productive drilling by intelligent machine tools, Y Kakino, A Matsubara, H Nakagawa, T Takeshita, T Sato, M Fujishima, Nishiura, I, 1998 JAPAN-U.S.A. SYMPOSIUM ON FLEXIBLE AUTOMATION - PROCEEDINGS, VOLS I AND II, 1998 JAPAN-U.S.A. SYMPOSIUM ON FLEXIBLE AUTOMATION - PROCEEDINGS, VOLS I AND II, 285 - 289, 1998 , Refereed
    Summary:High speed, high productive drilling system has been conducted using high speed and intelligent machining center. The intelligent machining systems, which have the database system for deciding adequate cutting conditions and controlling parameters and adaptive controlling systems, have been developed. The system uses only internal sensors for the signals to monitor the states of cutting and machine. By using newly developed systems the productivity of drilling was increased to 3-5 times.

Conference Activities & Talks

  • Improvement of Accuracy of Estimating Self-Position of Indoor Mobile Robot, Yuto Kita, Hideo Nakagawa,   2020 09 16
  • Improvement of Gripping Ability with 3 Chopsticks in Chopstick-type Meal Support Robot,   2020 03 12
  • Treatment Methods of Scooping Rice in a Bowl in Chopsticks-type Robot, NAKAGAWA Hideo,   2019 09 11
  • Multi-functionality of Chopsticks movement using 6 DOF Robot, NAKAGAWA Hideo,   2019 03 12
  • Cooperative Operation of Meal Support by Chopsticks-type Robot and Equipment for Soup, NAKAGAWA Hideo,   2018 09 11
  • Development of Equipment for Soup Bowl in Chopsticks-type Meal Support Robot, NAKAGAWA Hideo,   2018 03 13
  • Chopsticks Type Robot System for Meal Assistance Using KINECT Sensor, NAKAGAWA Hideo,   2016 12 10
  • Performance Evaluation of Small Trailer Using Compressed Air for Refuge from Tsunami, NAKAGAWA Hideo,   2016 03 12
  • Linear Static Analysis of a Lift-up Equipment with Variable Geometry Structures,   2013 09
  • Development of a lift-up equipment with variable geometry truss structures,   2013 03
  • Collection movement of the falling object with the service dog robot,   2012 09
  • Correction of GPS position by the image of robot vision,   2012 09
  • Development of Grasping Hand to pick up Fallen Objects for Service Dog Robot,   2012 03
  • Individual Analysis of Image Color of Tangerine Oranges in Cluster for Harvest Robot,   2012 03
  • Examination of the Mandarin Orange Ripeness Discrimination Method using Spectrophotometer,   2011 09
  • Door Opening Operation of Service Dog Robot moving Room,   2011 09
  • Improvement in the Drive Characteristics of the Ultrasonic-motor for Drive of Robot,   2011 09
  • Door opening and shutting by service dog robot using QR code,   2011 03
  • Improvement in the Lowest Speed of Ultrasonic Motor Driven by Superimposed Frequencies,   2010 09
  • Efficient driving waveform on Ultrasonic Motor,   2009 09
  • A Study of 3D-Majic Hand(7th report, Improvement of the Positioning by Feedback),   2009 03
  • Influence of Input Wave Form on Dynamic Characteristic of Ultrasonic Motor,   2009 03
  • Compensation for Lost Motion to Improve the Contouuring Accuracy of NC Machine Tools,   2009 03
  • A Study of 3D-Magic Hand (5th report, Simplification of Mechanism by using Screw Shafts),   2008 03
  • Cooperation between an Enterprise and a School in Mechanical Design Education by using 3D-CAD,   2008 03
  • The Construction of Hand Positioning System of Super-multi Joint Manipulator,   2007 09
  • The labeling of the crop object in the Mikan Harvest Robot,   2007 09
  • Control for avoidance falling down on quadruped walking robot,   2007 09
  • Measurement of Distance by using Monocular Camera,   2007 03
  • Analysis of mechanism with walking robot,   2007 03
  • Manufacturing and analysis of the mechanism of 3DOF unit,   2007 03
  • Automatic Harvest Systems by using Robot for Gathering Fruits -On the Image Processing for detecting of Targets and of the Harvest Order-,   2005 12
  • Automatic Harvest System by using Robot for Gathering Fruits - On The Image Processing for Detecting and direction of Targets-,   2005 09
  • Experimental Development and Evaluation of 3DOF Joint Unit by Wire Drive,   2005 03
  • Automatic Harvest Systems by using Robot for Gathering Fruits -On the Robot Vision for Detecting Targets-,   2004 12
  • Monitoring of Cutting Forces in Endmilling for Intelligent Machine Tools, Proc. of 5th International Conference on Progress of Machining Technology,   2000

Patents

  • Abnormality detection apparatus for tool and numerical control apparatus provided with same, USP6384560
  • DYNAMIC ERROR CORRECTING SYSTEM IN A NUMERICALLY CONTROLLED MACHINE TOOL, USP5895181

Research Grants & Projects

  • Super-multi Jointed Manipulator