Author Information

M. H. Attia

Affiliation: National Research Council Canada

Division/Department: Advanced Material Removal Processes, Aerospace Manufacturing Technologies Center (AMTC)

2107, chemin de la Polytechnique
Montréal, Quebec H3T 1J4

Other Names:
M. Helmi Attia; M. Helml Attia


StockCodeTitlePublished AsAffiliationPub Date by Most Viewed
SSMS20190020 A Generalized Multisensor Real-Time Tool Condition–Monitoring Approach Using Deep Recurrent Neural Network M. H. Attia McGill University 04 November 2019
STP14732S Fretting Fatigue of Some Nickel-Based Alloys in Steam Environment at 265°C M. Helmi Attia Ontario Power Technologies 01 January 2000
STP25845S Fretting Fatigue Testing: Current Practice and Future Prospects for Standardization M. Helmi Attia Ontario Hydro Research Division 01 January 1992
STP14720S On the Standardization of Fretting Fatigue Test Method—Modeling Issues Related to the Thermal Constriction Phenomenon and Prediction of Contact Temperature M. Helmi Attia McMaster University 01 January 2000
STP24685S Thermal Modeling of Crevice Corrosion and Its Interaction with Fretting in Confined Geometries M. Helml Attia Ontario Hydro Research Division 01 January 1992