20 March 2020
The PhD Student Department of Design of Buildings and Constructions of Faculty of Architecture and Construction Bibigul Abdrakhmanova completed a two-month scientific internship in the research laboratory of the Hachinohe Institute of Technology (HIT), Aomori Prefecture, Japan.
Meeting with HIT President Professor Akira Hasegawa and representatives of the institute
Acquaintance with the laboratory of the HIT
In the process (test) of studying of the properties of soils by using the devices
Research with the Geoinformation database in area of Hachinohe
On March 11, 2011, East Coastal area of Japan was as epicenter of a natural, and then a man-made disaster (Fukushima-1) and was as focus to the attention of scientists and specialists on the issue of natural disaster prevention. The city of Hachinohe was one of the most affected areas after the 2011 earthquake and tsunami. Together with scientists of the Hachinohe Institute of Technology PhD Student Abdrakhmanova Bibigul got acquainted with the research and the results of this disaster.
There was no chance for escape from the Tsunami: several tens of meters high waves hit the areas
Regarding of researching in the Ph.Dr. Thesis of Bibigul Abdrakhmanova according to the geotechnical standards of Japan, the following research works were carried out:
- study of international experience in bridge construction (foundation design);
- analysis of innovative constructive technological solutions from the standpoint of bridge safety;
-analysis of the design of pile foundations in bridge construction according to the requirements of domestic standards;
- analysis of the design of pile foundations in bridge construction in accordance with international standards;
- conducting model studies of the interaction of large diameter piles with a soil conditions;
- full-scale testing of large diameter piles with a soil base.
Awarding Ceremony with internship certificate to PhD Student of "ENU. L.N. Gumilyeоv by President of HIT Professor Akira Hasegawa
PhD Student Bibigul Abdrakhmanova expresses deep gratitude to Mr Yanagiya-owner of HIT, to international scientific advisor - Professor Akira Hasegawa, to international consultant- Professor Hashizume Sensei, to Professor Askar Zhussupbekov – scientific advisor (ENU) and also to HIT research laboratories team (Japan) for giving opportunity to scientific internships in Japan. On this link you can briefly read about HIT and also new year greetings (Nauryz) from President of HIT Professor Akira Hasegawa:
Group photo of Yoshie Sekiya, Yoshita Katagiri, Kazuyuki Matsuzawa (Sato Juki corporation) and Abdrakhmanova Bibigul (ENU) and during a technical tour at the construction site of Sato Juki Corporation in Tokyo, Japan