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Sokar, M., and K. Elsayed, "A Dynamic Radio Resource Management Scheme for the IEEE 802.16 band-AMC Mode with Proportional Rate Constraints", Wiley’s Transaction on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies, vol. 23, issue 3, pp. 254-267, 2012. Abstract

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Abo-Hamad, G. M., D. K. Ibrahim, E. A. M. Zahab, and A. F. Zobaa, "Dynamic Quadrilateral Characteristic-Based Distance Relays for Transmission Lines Equipped with TCSC", Energies , vol. 14, issue 21, pp. Article 7074, 2021. Abstract

A two-fold adaptive dynamic quadrilateral relay is developed in this research for protecting
Thyristor-Controlled Series Compensator (TCSC)-compensated transmission lines (TLs). By
investigating a new tilt angle and modifying the Takagi method to recognize the fault zone identifier,
the proposed relay adapts its reactive reach and resistive reach separately and independently. The
investigated tilt angle and identified fault zone use the TCSC reactance to compensate its effect
on the TL parameters and system homogeneity. Excessive tests are simulated by MATLAB on the
non-homogenous network, IEEE-9 bus system and further tests are carried out on IEEE-39 bus
system in order to generalize and validate the efficiency of the proposed approach. The designed
trip boundaries are able to detect wide range of resistive faults under all TCSC modes of operations.
The proposed approach is easy to implement as there no need for data synchronization or a high
level of computation and filtration. Moreover, the proposed adaptive dynamic relay can be applied
for non-homogeneity systems and short as well as long TLs which are either TCSC-compensated or
-uncompensated TLs.

Abo-Hamad, G. M., D. K. Ibrahim, E. A. M. Zahab, and A. F. Zobaa, "Dynamic Quadrilateral Characteristic-Based Distance Relays for Transmission Lines Equipped with TCSC", Energies , vol. 14, issue 21, pp. Article 7074, 2021. Abstract

A two-fold adaptive dynamic quadrilateral relay is developed in this research for protecting Thyristor-Controlled Series Compensator (TCSC)-compensated transmission lines (TLs). By investigating a new tilt angle and modifying the Takagi method to recognize the fault zone identifier, the proposed relay adapts its reactive reach and resistive reach separately and independently. The investigated tilt angle and identified fault zone use the TCSC reactance to compensate its effect on the TL parameters and system homogeneity. Excessive tests are simulated by MATLAB on the non-homogenous network, IEEE-9 bus system and further tests are carried out on IEEE-39 bus system in order to generalize and validate the efficiency of the proposed approach. The designed trip boundaries are able to detect wide range of resistive faults under all TCSC modes of operations. The proposed approach is easy to implement as there no need for data synchronization or a high level of computation and filtration. Moreover, the proposed adaptive dynamic relay can be applied for non-homogeneity systems and short as well as long TLs which are either TCSC-compensated or -uncompensated TLs.

ADEL, M., K. Aldwoah, F. Alharbi, and M. S. Osman, "Dynamic Properties of Non-Autonomous FemtosecondWaves Modeled by the Generalized Derivative NLSE with Variable Coefficients", Crystals, vol. 12, issue 11, pp. 1627, 2022.
Zekkos, D., N. Matasovic, R. El-Sherbiny, A. Athanasopoulos-Zekkos, I. Towhata, and M. Maugeri, "Dynamic properties of municipal solid waste", GEOTECHNICAL SPECIAL PUBLICATION, vol. 209, pp. 113, 2008. Abstract
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Abdelmaguid, T. F., R. K. Abdel-Magied, M. Shazly, and A. S. Wifi, "A dynamic programming approach for minimizing the number of drawing stages and heat treatments in cylindrical shell multistage deep drawing", Computers & Industrial Engineering, vol. 66, pp. 525–532, 2013. AbstractWebsite

Deep drawing is an important sheet metal forming process that appears in many industrial fields. It involves pressing a blank sheet against a hollow cavity that takes the form of the desired product. Due to limitations related to the properties of the blank sheet material, several drawing stages may be needed before the required shape and dimensions of the final product can be obtained. Heat treatment may also be needed during the process in order to restore the formability of the material so that failure is avoided. In this paper, the problem of minimizing the number of drawing stages and heat treatments needed for the multistage deep drawing of cylindrical shells is addressed. This problem is directly related to minimizing manufacturing costs and lead time. It is required to determine the post-drawing shell diameters along with whether heat treatment is to be conducted after each drawing stage such that the aforementioned objectives are achieved and failure is avoided. Conventional computer-aided process planning (CAPP) rules are used to define the search space for a dynamic programming (DP) approach in which both the post-drawing shell diameter and material condition are used to define the states in the problem. By discretizing the range of feasible shell diameters starting from the initial blank diameter down to the final shell diameter, the feasible transitions from state to another is represented by a directed graph, based upon which the DP functional equation is easily defined. The DP generates a set of feasible optimized process plans that are then verified by carrying out finite element analysis in which the deformation severity and the resulting strains and thickness variations are investigated. Two case studies are presented to demonstrate the effectiveness of the developed approach. The results suggest that the proposed approach is a valuable, reliable and quick computer aided process planning approach to this complicated problem.

Abdelmaguid, T. F., R. K. Abdel-Magied, M. Shazly, and A. S. Wifi, "A dynamic programming approach for minimizing the number of drawing stages and heat treatments in cylindrical shell multistage deep drawing", Computers & Industrial Engineering, vol. 66, no. 3: Pergamon, pp. 525–532, 2013. Abstract
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Abdelmaguid, T. F., R. K. Abdel-Magied, M. Shazly, and A. S. Wifi, "A dynamic programming approach for minimizing the number of drawing stages and heat treatments in cylindrical shell multi-stage deep drawing", Proceedings of the 41st International Conference on Computers & Industrial Engineering, no. 2003, Los Angeles, CA, USA, pp. 1–6, October, 2011. Abstract

In this paper, the problem of minimizing the number of drawing stages and heat treatments needed for the multi-stage deep drawing of cylindrical shells is addressed. A conventional rule-based computer-aided process planning (CAPP) is utilized within a dynamic programming approach to generate a set of alternative optimal process plans. A finite element analysis is carried out to guide the selection of the appropriate process parameters and to verify the applicability of the selected process plans. A case study is presented to demonstrate the developed approach, and the results suggest that the combination of rulebased CAPP, dynamic programming and finite element validation could be a valuable, reliable and quick computer aided process planning approach to this complicated problem.

El-sefy, M., A. Yosri, A. Siam, W. El-Dakhakhni, S. Nagasaki, and L. Wiebe, "A dynamic probabilistic risk assessment platform for nuclear power plants under single and concurrent transients", Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology, 2023.
Bayoumi, A. E. -moniem, M. Saleh, A. F. Atiya, and H. A. Aziz, "Dynamic pricing for hotel revenue management using price multipliers", Journal of Revenue Pricing Management, vol. 12: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 271-285, 2013. Abstract
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Baher, A., A. N. El-Zeiny, A. Aly, A. Khalil, A. Hassan, A. Saeed, K. A. ElMakarem, M. E. Moursy, and H. Mostafa, "Dynamic Power Estimation using Transaction Level Modeling", Elsevier Microelectronics Journal, vol. 81, pp. 107-116, 2018. [PDF]
Khater, M. M., Y. M. Issa, H. B. Hassib, and undefined, "Dynamic potential and surface morphology study of sertraline membrane sensors ", Journal of Advanced Research , 2014.
Khater, M. M., H. B. Hassib, Y. M. Issa, and S. H. Mohammed, "Dynamic potential and surface morphology study of sertraline membrane sensors ", Journal of Advanced Research, 2014.
Khater, M. M., Y. M. Issa, H. B. Hassib, and S. H. Mohammed, "Dynamic potential and surface morphology study of sertraline membrane sensors", Journal of Advanced Research, vol. 6, no. 3, pp. 459 - 469, 2015. AbstractWebsite

Abstract New rapid, sensitive and simple electrometric method was developed to determine sertraline hydrochloride (Ser-Cl) in its pure raw material and pharmaceutical formulations. Membrane sensors based on heteropolyacids as ion associating material were prepared. Silicomolybdic acid (SMA), silicotungstic acid (STA) and phosphomolybdic acid (PMA) were used. The slope and limit of detection are 50.00, 60.00 and 53.24 mV/decade and 2.51, 5.62 and 4.85 μmol L−1 for Ser-ST, Ser-PM and Ser-SM membrane sensors, respectively. Linear range is 0.01–10.00 for the three sensors. These new sensors were used for the potentiometric titration of Ser-Cl using sodium tetraphenylborate as titrant. The surface morphologies of the prepared membranes with and without the modifier (ion-associate) were studied using scanning and atomic force microscopes.

Khater, M. M., Y. M. Issa, H. B. Hassib, and S. H. Mohammed, "Dynamic Potential and Surface Morphology Study of Sertraline Membrane Sensors", J. Adv. Res. CU, vol. 6, pp. 459-469 , 2015.
NA, H., H. MA, A. M. Samir, and E. -mezayen H. A. El-Dessouky TM, "Dynamic Posturography Findings in Workers Exposed to Toluene.", Egyptian Journal of Occupational Medicine., vol. 34, issue 2, pp. 239-252, 2010.
, "Dynamic Posturography Findings in Workers Exposed to Toluene.", the Egyptian Journal of Occupational Medicine, 2010.
Aref, W. M., M. N. Abdalla, N. Hosny, and M. O. El-Basel, "Dynamic Posturography Findings among Patients with Liver Cirrhosis in Egypt.", The Egyptian journal of Internal medicine, vol. 24, issue 3, pp. 100-104., 2012. dynamic_posturography.pdf
Aref, W. M., N. A. Hosni, M. N. Abdalla, and M. O. El-Basel, "Dynamic posturography findings among patients with liver cirrhosis in Egypt", The Egyptian Journal of Internal Medicine, vol. 24, issue 3, pp. 100-104, 2012. Dynamic posturography findings among patients with liver cirrhosis in Egypt.pdf
Mohamed Mohamed Ibrahim Ali, and M. S. Mohamed, "Dynamic postural balance in subjects with and without flat foot.", Bull. Fac. Ph. Th. Cairo Univ. , vol. 16, issue 1, pp. 6-11, 2011.
Abu-Ibrahim, B., and Y. Suzuki, "Dynamic polarization potentials for the halo nucleus He 6 in medium-energy elastic scattering", Physical Review C, vol. 70, pp. 011603(R) , 2004. AbstractWebsite

We study dynamic polarization potentials for a halo nucleus He 6 scattered by a C 12 target in the eikonal approximation. We use a realistic, six-nucleon wave function of He 6 to include both the halo-neutron and the core-nucleon excitations on an equal footing. We discuss the energy dependence of the polarization potential in relation to that of the nucleon-target optical potential. The imaginary part of the polarization potential changes a sign (negative to positive with increasing energy) around the incident energy of 200MeV∕nucleon , which gives different contributions, depending on the energy, to the elastic differential cross section as well as the reaction cross section.

Hamada., A., D. Masaad, Fahim, M., Abd-elsamea, G., A. Yosef, and A. Matar, "Dynamic plantar pressure and ground reaction force during pregnancy: A prospective longitudinal study", . Cogent Engineering ,, vol. 6: , pp. 1602969., 2019.
, "Dynamic pension funding models: deterministic approach", مجلة التأمين والعلوم الاكتوارية كلية التجارة - جامعة القاهرة, vol. العدد الثالث, 2015.
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