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Mohamed, A. W., A. A. Hadi, A. M. Fattouh, and K. M. Jambi, "LSHADE with semi-parameter adaptation hybrid with CMA-ES for solving CEC 2017 benchmark problems", 2017 IEEE Congress on Evolutionary Computation (CEC), pp. 145 - 152, 5-8 June 2017, Submitted. Abstract
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Akizu, N., V. Cantagrel, M. S. Zaki, L. Al-Gazali, X. Wang, S. L, and G. J, "Biallelic mutations in SNX14 cause a syndromic form of cerebellar atrophy and lysosome-autophagosome dysfunction", Nature genetics, vol. 47, issue 3256, pp. 528-534, Submitted.
Attia, G. M., M. J, R. L, E. - E. W, S. D3, L. C, and S. N, Evaluation of the effects of Eserine and JWH-133 on brain dysfunction associated with experimental endotoxemia., , Submitted.
ElTaweel, M. E. S., E. S. Taghreed, A. J.Kochar, and H. H.Mohamed, "Red Cell Aggregation In First Episode Drug Nave Male Inpatients With Schizophrenia :A Cross Sectional Study", Middle East Current Psychiatry, Submitted.
Samer, M., H. Grimm, M. Hatem, R. Doluschitz, and T. Jungbluth, Expertensystem für Planung und Gestaltung von Milchviehbetrieben in heißen Klimaten, , Submitted. Abstract
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Meyer, J., H. Nsouli-Maktabi, J. B. Spies, S. O. Trerotola, R. E. Pyeritz, B. A. Bernhardt, T. Jahnke, J. P. Schäfer, N. Charalambous, and J. Trentmann, Forthcoming Articles♦ October 2009, , Submitted. Abstract
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O’GRADY, K. E. V. I. N., C. E. Patton, R. H. Victora, R. S. Indeck, D. Melton, B. Dieny, R. Hasegawa, D. C. Jiles, T. D. Lee, Y. Miura, et al., IEEE MAGNETICS SOCIETY, , Submitted. Abstract
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Zhu, W., B. Chen, J. Yang, JR Graef, S. R. Grace, E. Tunç, H. Fu, H. Wang, Y. Kian, and M. Yamamoto, M. Kwasnicki, , Submitted. Abstract
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Haenlein, G. F. W., T. Hall, A. M. AbouI-Naga, C. Dokki, E. A. A. Ademosun, A. Min, M. Anke, G. D. R. Jena, J. Boyazoglu, and F. Colomer-Rocher, The Official Journal of The International Goat Association, , Submitted. Abstract
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Bhangu, A., A. O. Ademuyiwa, M. L. Aguilera, P. Alexander, S. W. Al-Saqqa, G. Borda-Luque, A. Costas-Chavarri, T. M. Drake, F. Ntirenganya, E. J. Fitzgerald, et al., "Surgical site infection after gastrointestinal surgery in high-income, middle-income, and low-income countries: a prospective, international, multicentre cohort study", The Lancet Infectious DiseasesThe Lancet Infectious Diseases: Elsevier, Submitted. AbstractWebsite

BackgroundSurgical site infection (SSI) is one of the most common infections associated with health care, but its importance as a global health priority is not fully understood. We quantified the burden of SSI after gastrointestinal surgery in countries in all parts of the world.BackgroundSurgical site infection (SSI) is one of the most common infections associated with health care, but its importance as a global health priority is not fully understood. We quantified the burden of SSI after gastrointestinal surgery in countries in all parts of the world.

Samer, M., M. Hatem, H. Grimm, R. Doluschitz, and T. Jungbluth, A Tool to Design the Concrete Constructions of Horizontal Silos, , Submitted. Abstract
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Soliman, S., M. A. Jaela, A. M. Abotaleb, Y. Hassan, M. A. Abdelghany, A. T. Abdel-Hamid, K. N. Salama, and H. Mostafa, "FPGA Implementation of Dynamically Reconfigurable IoT Security Module Using Algorithm Hopping", Elsevier Integration VLSI Journal, In Press.
Soliman, S., M. A. Jaela, A. M. Abotaleb, Y. Hassan, M. A. Abdelghany, A. T. Abdel-Hamid, K. N. Salama, and H. Mostafa, "FPGA Implementation of Dynamically Reconfigurable IoT Security Module Using Algorithm Hopping", Elsevier Integration VLSI Journal, In Press.
Soliman, S., M. A. Jaela, A. M. Abotaleb, Y. Hassan, M. A. Abdelghany, A. T. Abdel-Hamid, K. N. Salama, and H. Mostafa, "FPGA Implementation of Dynamically Reconfigurable IoT Security Module Using Algorithm Hopping", Elsevier Integration VLSI Journal, In Press.
2022
Méndez-Sánchez, N., E. Bugianesi, R. G. Gish, F. Lammert, H. Tilg, M. H. Nguyen, S. K. Sarin, N. Fabrellas, S. Zelber-Sagi, J. - G. Fan, et al., "Global multi-stakeholder endorsement of the MAFLD definition", The Lancet Gastroenterology & HepatologyThe Lancet Gastroenterology & Hepatology, vol. 7, issue 5: Elsevier, pp. 388 - 390, 2022. AbstractWebsite
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Mohamed, B. A., L. Y. Li, H. Hamid, and M. Jeronimo, Sludge-based activated carbon and its application in the removal of perfluoroalkyl substances: A feasible approach towards a circular economy, , vol. 294, pp. 133707, 2022. AbstractWebsite

This study explores the recovery of resources and energy from sewage sludge through the production of sludge-based activated carbon (SBAC) considering circular economy principles. The SBAC production costs were estimated under three scenarios considering various sludge dewatering/drying schemes to determine the production feasibility and its role in the circular economy. SBAC was tested in the removal of a mixture of nine commonly detected poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) in environmentally relevant concentrations of ∽50 μg/L in comparison to commercially available activated carbon (AC) using 5 mg of sorbent and 5 mL of a nine-PFAS mixture in deionised water. SBAC can be produced at approximately 1.2 US $/kg, which is substantially lower than the average production cost of commercial AC of >3 US $/kg. A net revenue ranging from 2 to 7 US $/kg SBAC was estimated by recycling the produced non-condensable gases and bio-oil to produce energy and selling the SBAC. Batch adsorption tests showed that the PFASs removal of SBAC was superior to that of granular AC and similar to that of powdered AC, reaching >91% to below the detection limit. The kinetics tests revealed that adsorption by SBAC and AC occurred within 15 min. The overall results demonstrate the potential of SBAC as an effective sorbent for PFASs, achieving waste-to-resources circular economy via resource and energy recovery from sewage sludge, eliminating sludge disposal and contaminant-leaching to the environment, and in enhancing the quality of wastewater effluent before discharge.

Jacob, R. H., A. S. Afify, S. M. Shanab, and E. A. Shalaby, "Chelated amino acids: biomass sources, preparation, properties, and biological activities", Biomass Conv. Bioref. , 2022. 56783072-3037-478e-9cbc-5740a7ad3e1d.pdf
Rizk, R., T. Juzsakova, M. B. Ali, M. A. Rawash, E. Domokos, A. Hedfi, M. Almalki, F. Boufahja, H. M. Shafik, and Á. Rédey, "Comprehensive environmental assessment of heavy metal contamination of surface water, sediments and Nile Tilapia in Lake Nasser, Egypt", Journal of King Saud University – Science, vol. 34 , issue 2022, pp. 101748, 2022.
Elbaz, A. M., M. S. MANSOUR, B. M. Akoush, M. Juddoo, A. M. Khedr, H. M. Al-Bulqini, M. F. Zayed, M. M. A. Ahmed, W. L. Roberts, and A. R. Masri, "Detailed investigation of the mixing field and stability of natural gas and propane in highly turbulent planar flames", Fuel, vol. 309, pp. 122222, 2022. AbstractWebsite

In most practical combustion devices, the actual combustion process occurs within different mixture inhomogeneity levels. Investigating the mixture fraction field upstream of the reaction zones of these flames is an essential step toward understanding their structure, stability, and emission formation. In this study, the mixture fraction fields were measured for turbulent non-reacting inhomogeneous mixtures immediately downstream from the slot burner exit, using Rayleigh scattering imaging. The slot burner had two concentric slots. The inner air slot can be recessed at distances upstream from the exit of the outer fuel slot, allowing various degrees of mixture inhomogeneity. Mixture fraction field statistics and the two-dimensional gradient were utilized to characterize the impact of the air-to-fuel velocity ratio, global equivalence ratio, fuel composition, Reynolds number, and the premixing length on the mixture mixing field, and thus flame stability. These impacts were evaluated by tracking the normalized mean mixture fraction and mixture fraction fluctuation transition across the regime diagram for partially premixed flames. The results showed that the air-to-fuel velocity ratio was the critical parameter affecting the mixture fraction field for the short premixing length. Stability results showed that the level of mixture inhomogeneity mainly influenced the flame stability. High flame stability is achieved if a large portion of the inhomogeneous mixture fraction is within the fuel flammability limits.