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Alham, M. H., M. Elshahed, D. K. Ibrahim, and E. E. D. A. El Zahab, "A dynamic economic emission dispatch considering wind power uncertainty incorporating energy storage system and demand side management", Renewable Energy, vol. 96: Pergamon, pp. 800-811, 2016. AbstractWebsite

Reducing carbon emissions is an important goal for the whole world; a high penetration of wind energy can help in reducing emissions. However, great increase in wind energy usage raises some issues concerning its variability and stochastic nature. These issues increase the importance of studying methods of wind energy representation, and in the same time studying the effect of using some flexible resources in decreasing those issues. This paper proposes a dynamic economic emission dispatch (DEED) model incorporating high wind penetration considering its intermittency and uncertainty. Energy storage system (ESS) and demand side management (DSM) are implemented in order to study their effect on the cost, emission, and wind energy utilization. The GAMS software has been utilized to solve this DEED problem. The achieved results show the importance of using ESS and DSM in decreasing both cost and emission, and increasing the wind energy utilization.

Alham, M. H., M. Elshahed, D. K. Ibrahim, and E. E. D. A. E. Zahab, "A dynamic economic emission dispatch considering wind power uncertainty incorporating energy storage system and demand side management", Renewable Energy, vol. 96, pp. 800-811, 2016.
Alham, M. H., M. Elshahed, D. K. Ibrahim, and E. E. D. A. El Zahab, "A dynamic economic emission dispatch considering wind power uncertainty incorporating energy storage system and demand side management", Renewable Energy, vol. 96: Pergamon, pp. 800 - 811, 2016. Abstract

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Alham, M. H., M. Elshahed, D. K. Ibrahim, and E. E. D. A. El Zahab, "A dynamic economic emission dispatch considering wind power uncertainty incorporating energy storage system and demand side management", Renewable Energy, vol. 96, pp. 800-811, 2016.
Elshahed, M. A., M. M. El-marsafawy, and H. Z. M. El-Din, "Dynamic Economic Dispatch Constrained by Wind Power Weibull Distribution: A Here-and- Now Strategy", World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, vol. 56, pp. 353-358, 2011.
Saad, G. R., E. E. Abd Elhamid, and S. A. Elmenyawy, "Dynamic cure kinetics and thermal degradation of brominated epoxy resin-organoclay based nanocomposites", Thermochimica Acta, vol. 524, issue 1-2, pp. 186 - 193, 2011. AbstractWebsite

The reaction kinetics of epoxy resin cured with stoichiometric amounts of amine-like structure and loaded with different levels of Cloisite 25A (C25A), has been studied by dynamic differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) to investigate the effect of the nano-organoclay particles on the kinetic parameters of the cure reaction. The kinetic analysis of non-isothermal cure showed that the Šesták-Berggren autocatalytic model is suitable to describe the kinetics of these reactions. Analysis of DSC data indicated that the presence of the C25A filler has a very small effect on the kinetics of cure. Thermogravimetric analyses showed higher thermal stability for the epoxy nanocomposites compared to pure epoxy. The activation energy of degradation process was estimated using both Kissinger and Ozawa methods. The epoxy nanocomposites loaded with 10 wt% C25A proved to exhibit high activation energy, indicating that C25A acquired a stabilizing effect upon the decomposition of polymer matrix. © 2011 Elsevier B.V.

Saad, G. R., E. A. E. Elhamid, and S. A. Elmenyawy, "Dynamic Cure Kinetics and Thermal Degradation of Brominated Epoxy Resin", Thermochimica Acta, vol. 524, issue 1-2, pp. 186–193, 2011. AbstractCU-PDF.pdf

The reaction kinetics of epoxy resin cured with stoichiometric amounts of amine-like structure and loaded with different levels of Cloisite 25A (C25A), has been studied by dynamic differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) to investigate the effect of the nano-organoclay particles on the kinetic parameters of the cure reaction.

Al-Babtain, A. A., A. S. Hassan, A. N. Zaky, I. Elbatal, and M. Elgarhy5, "Dynamic cumulative residual Rényi entropy for Lomax distribution: Bayesian and non-Bayesian methods", AIMS Mathematics,, vol. 6, issue 4: , pp. 3889–3914., 2021. 4_2021_dynamic_cumulative_residual_renyi_entropy_for_lomax_distribution.pdf
Mamdouh, A. M., A. E. - H. N. Ahmed, M. M. Saleh, and N. E. Agami, "Dynamic Cross Impact Analysis with Markov Chain", International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management – IEOM: IEEE, 2015. Abstract
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Elhalwagy, M. M., and A. G. Straatman, "Dynamic coupling of phase-heat and mass transfer in porous media and conjugate fluid/porous domains ", International journal of heat and mass transfer, vol. 106, pp. 1270-1286, 2017.
Nasr, E., I. Hamed, I. Abbas, and N. A. G. A. T. M. KHALIFA, "Dynamic contrast enhanced MRI in correlation with diffusion weighted(DWI)MR for characterization of ovarian masses ", Egyptian society of radiology, vol. 45,issue 3, pp. 975-985, 2014. 1-s2.0-s0378603x14000643-main.pdf
Khalil, A. M., and R. Iravani, "A Dynamic Coherency Identification Method Basedon Frequency Deviation Signals", IEEE Transaction on Power Systems, 2015.
Akl, S. A. Y., "Dynamic Characterization of Giza Sand Using The Resonant Column Device", MSc.: Cairo University, Giza, Egypt, 2005. Abstract
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Hassan, M. M., and H. H. Abbas, "Dynamic Characteristics of Old Railway Steel Bridges in Egypt", International Conference on Advances in Sustainable Construction Materials & Civil Engineering Systems (ASCMCES-17), Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, 2017.
Sadek, A., H. Mostafa, and A. Nassar, "Dynamic Channel Coding Reconfiguration in Software Defined Radio", IEEE International Conference on Microelectronics (ICM 2015), Casablanca, Morocco, IEEE, pp. 1-4, 2015. [PDF]
Shafiei, S. B., A. A. Hussein, and K. A. Guru, "Dynamic changes of brain functional states during surgical skill acquisition.", PloS one, vol. 13, issue 10, pp. e0204836, 2018. Abstract

There is lack of a standardized measure of technical proficiency and skill acquisition for robot-assisted surgery (RAS). Learning surgical skills, in addition to the interaction with the machine and the new surgical environment adds to the complexity of the learning process. Moreover, evaluation of surgeon performance in operating room is required to optimize patient safety. In this study, we investigated the dynamic changes of RAS trainee's brain functional states by practice. We also developed brain functional state measurements to find the relationship between RAS skill acquisition (especially human-machine interaction skills) and reconfiguration of brain functional states. This relationship may help in providing trainees with helpful, structured feedback regarding skills requiring improvement and will help in tailoring training activities.

Cuong, D. V., M. Warda, N. Kim, W. S. Park, J. H. Ko, E. Kim, and J. Han, "Dynamic changes in nitric oxide and mitochondrial oxidative stress with site-dependent differential tissue response during anoxic preconditioning in rat heart.", American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology, vol. 293, issue 3, pp. H1457-65, 2007 Sep. Abstract

In this study, dynamic changes in nitric oxide (NO) and mitochondrial superoxide (O(2)(*-)) were examined during anoxic preconditioning (AP) in rat heart model. AP and anoxia-reoxygenation (A/R) were performed on isolated hearts and single cardiomyocytes. The cellular insult in the form of infarct size and DNA damage were localized and correlated with NO synthases (endothelial and inducible) expression levels. The results showed that endocardium was the most affected region in AP groups, whereas the larger area of infarct was confined to mid- and epicardium in the A/R group. Interestingly, a high-level expression of immunofluorescent NO synthases was restricted to viable areas in the AP. In contrast to the gradual increase in O(2)(*-) level that occurred in the AP group, a sudden massive increase in its level was demonstrated at the onset of reoxygenation in the A/R group. The observed increase in NO production during reoxygenation in the AP group was attenuated by inducible NO synthase inhibitor. The study revealed, on a real-time basis, the role played by preconditioning for modulating NO and O(2)(*-) levels on behalf of cell survival. The results afford a better understanding of cardiac-adapting mechanism during AP and the role of inducible NO synthase in this important phenomenon.

Cuong, D. V., M. Warda, N. Kim, W. S. Park, J. H. Ko, E. Kim, and J. Han, "Dynamic changes in nitric oxide and mitochondrial oxidative stress with site-dependent differential tissue response during anoxic preconditioning in rat heart.", American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology, vol. 293, issue 3, pp. H1457-65, 2007 Sep. Abstract

In this study, dynamic changes in nitric oxide (NO) and mitochondrial superoxide (O(2)(*-)) were examined during anoxic preconditioning (AP) in rat heart model. AP and anoxia-reoxygenation (A/R) were performed on isolated hearts and single cardiomyocytes. The cellular insult in the form of infarct size and DNA damage were localized and correlated with NO synthases (endothelial and inducible) expression levels. The results showed that endocardium was the most affected region in AP groups, whereas the larger area of infarct was confined to mid- and epicardium in the A/R group. Interestingly, a high-level expression of immunofluorescent NO synthases was restricted to viable areas in the AP. In contrast to the gradual increase in O(2)(*-) level that occurred in the AP group, a sudden massive increase in its level was demonstrated at the onset of reoxygenation in the A/R group. The observed increase in NO production during reoxygenation in the AP group was attenuated by inducible NO synthase inhibitor. The study revealed, on a real-time basis, the role played by preconditioning for modulating NO and O(2)(*-) levels on behalf of cell survival. The results afford a better understanding of cardiac-adapting mechanism during AP and the role of inducible NO synthase in this important phenomenon.

Abd El-Rahim, E.A. and Aboul-Enein, A. M., "Dynamic changes in hexophosphate contents and the rate of glycolysis in rate liver ytoplasm duing carcinogensis", Fac. Agric. Ain Shams Univ., May , vol. 1284, issue May, pp. 1, 1980.