Hani Naguib
Hani Naguib
Professor of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, University of Toronto
Verified email at utoronto.ca
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Strategies for achieving ultra low‐density polypropylene foams
HE Naguib, CB Park, U Panzer, N Reichelt
Polymer Engineering & Science 42 (7), 1481-1492, 2002
3052002
Fundamental foaming mechanisms governing the volume expansion of extruded polypropylene foams
HE Naguib, CB Park, N Reichelt
Journal of applied polymer science 91 (4), 2661-2668, 2004
2702004
Cell structure evolution and the crystallization behavior of polypropylene/clay nanocomposites foams blown in continuous extrusion
W Zhai, T Kuboki, L Wang, CB Park, EK Lee, HE Naguib
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 49 (20), 9834-9845, 2010
1382010
A platform for generation of chamber-specific cardiac tissues and disease modeling
Y Zhao, N Rafatian, NT Feric, BJ Cox, R Aschar-Sobbi, EY Wang, ...
Cell 176 (4), 913-927. e18, 2019
1202019
Effect of nanoclay on the mechanical properties of PMMA/clay nanocomposite foams
J Fu, HE Naguib
Journal of cellular plastics 42 (4), 325-342, 2006
1122006
Novel pliable electrodes for flexible electrochemical energy storage devices: recent progress and challenges
M Yousaf, HTH Shi, Y Wang, Y Chen, Z Ma, A Cao, HE Naguib, RPS Han
Advanced Energy Materials 6 (17), 1600490, 2016
1082016
Effect of talc content on the volume expansion ratio of extruded PP foams
HE Naguib, CB Park, PC Lee
Journal of cellular Plastics 39 (6), 499-511, 2003
1042003
Design and control of a shape memory alloy based dexterous robot hand
AD Price, A Jnifene, HE Naguib
Smart Materials and Structures 16 (4), 1401, 2007
1032007
Biodegradable Composite Foams of PLA and PHBV Using Subcritical CO2
E Richards, R Rizvi, A Chow, H Naguib
Journal of Polymers and the Environment 16 (4), 258-266, 2008
1012008
Effect of supercritical gas on crystallization of linear and branched polypropylene resins with foaming additives
HE Naguib, CB Park, SW Song
Industrial & engineering chemistry research 44 (17), 6685-6691, 2005
812005
Comparison of the thermal, dynamic mechanical and morphological properties of PLA-Lignin & PLA-Tannin particulate green composites
MAS Anwer, HE Naguib, A Celzard, V Fierro
Composites Part B: Engineering 82, 92-99, 2015
762015
Open-cell cavity-integrated injection-molded acoustic polypropylene foams
D Jahani, A Ameli, PU Jung, MR Barzegari, CB Park, H Naguib
Materials & Design 53, 20-28, 2014
732014
Effect of processing parameters on the mechanical properties of injection molded thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO) cellular foams
S Wong, JWS Lee, HE Naguib, CB Park
Macromolecular Materials and Engineering 293 (7), 605-613, 2008
662008
Comparison of morphology and mechanical properties of PLGA bioscaffolds
L Leung, C Chan, S Baek, H Naguib
Biomedical Materials 3 (2), 025006, 2008
632008
Analytical modeling and characterization of heat transfer in thermally conductive polymer composites filled with spherical particulates
SN Leung, MO Khan, E Chan, H Naguib, F Dawson, V Adinkrah, ...
Composites Part B: Engineering 45 (1), 43-49, 2013
622013
Fabrication and characterization of melt-blended polylactide-chitin composites and their foams
R Rizvi, B Cochrane, H Naguib, PC Lee
Journal of Cellular Plastics 47 (3), 283-300, 2011
622011
CO2 sorption and diffusion in polymethyl methacrylate–clay nanocomposites
AR Manninen, HE Naguib, AV Nawaby, M Day
Polymer Engineering & Science 45 (7), 904-914, 2005
612005
Extruded open-celled LDPE-based foams using non-homogeneous melt structure
CB Park, V Padareva, PC Lee, HE Naguib
Journal of polymer engineering 25 (3), 239-260, 2005
602005
Design and development of novel bio-based functionally graded foams for enhanced acoustic capabilities
SG Mosanenzadeh, HE Naguib, CB Park, N Atalla
Journal of materials science 50 (3), 1248-1256, 2015
572015
Increase of open‐cell content by plasticizing soft regions with secondary blowing agent
PC Lee, HE Naguib, CB Park, J Wang
Polymer Engineering & Science 45 (10), 1445-1451, 2005
572005
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20