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Khalil, E. E., and H. Kotb, "Dynamic Mesh Analyses of Thermal Comfort of Passengers and IAQ In Wide Body Aircraft Cabins",", ASHRAE Winter Meeting,VC-21-C029 , Chicago,january 2021, January, 2021.
Al Naim, A., A. M. Abd Elbary, and S. S. Ibrahim, "Dynamic mechanical analysis and non-isothermal kinetics of EVA/PPy carbon black nanocomposites", Materials Science and Technology, vol. 35, no. 5: Taylor & Francis, pp. 560–570, 2019. Abstract
Elmourci, M., H. H. Zeineldin, J. Kirtley, and K. Alobeidli, "A Dynamic Master/Slave Reactive Power Management Scheme for Smart Grids with Distributed Generation", IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery, vol. 29, issue 3, pp. 1157-1167, 2014.
Ibrahiem, D. M., and S. A. Hanafy, "Dynamic linkages amongst ecological footprints, fossil fuel energy consumption and globalization: an empirical analysis", Management of Environmental Quality: An International Journal, vol. 31, issue 6, pp. 1549-1568, 2020.
Ibrahiem, D. M., and S. A. Hanafy, "Dynamic linkages amongst ecological footprints, fossil fuel energy consumption and globalization: an empirical analysis", Management of Environmental Quality: An International Journal, vol. 31, issue 6, pp. 1549-1568, 2020.
Ossama, O., H. M. O. Mokhtar, and undefined, "Dynamic k-means: a clustering technique for moving object trajectories", {IJIIDS}, vol. 6, no. 4, pp. 307–327, 2012. Abstract


Abdel-Wahab, R. R., T. M. Abdo, and H. H. Hanafy, "Dynamic investigation of Georges phenomenon related to three-phase wound-rotor induction motor", Journal of Electrical Systems and Information Technology, vol. 7: Springer, pp. 1-21, 2020. Abstract
Abdel-Wahab, R. R., T. M. Abdo, and H. H. Hanafy, "Dynamic Investigation of Georges Phenomenon Related to Three Phase Wound Rotor Induction Motor", Journal of Electrical Systems and Information Technology, vol. 7, 2020.
Elyamani, A., P. Roca, O. Caselles, and J. Clapes, "Dynamic Investigation of Cultural Heritage Buildings for Seismic Safety Assessment", Handbook of Cultural Heritage Analysis, Cham, Springer International Publishing, pp. 1187 - 1220, 2022. Abstractelyamani_et_al._2022_dynamic_investigation_of_cultural_heritage.pdf

Cultural heritage buildings are prone to failures when subjected to seismic events, and recent earthquakes worldwide resulted in many losses of these buildings. Therefore, there is a need for methodologies for assessing their seismic safety that should be based on enough knowledge of the building. Here, dynamic investigation by dynamic identification testing and dynamic monitoring increase significantly the level of knowledge about the assessed building. The dynamic identification tests give global information about the dynamic properties like natural frequencies that are useful in calibrating and updating a numerical model of the building that could be used in the seismic safety evaluation. Dynamic monitoring gives the dynamic properties’ evolution in time and may be used as an early warning tool able to send alarms when meaningful changes in dynamic properties are observed. This chapter gives some considerations on the different investigation activities of dynamic identification, dynamic monitoring, numerical model updating, and seismic safety assessment of cultural heritage buildings. As an application, the case study of the historic Mallorca cathedral is discussed.

Elyamani, A., O. Caselles, P. Roca, and J. Clapes, "Dynamic Investigation of a Large Historical Cathedral", Structural Control and Health Monitoring, vol. 24, issue 3, 2017. AbstractWebsite

The presented research aimed at studying the dynamic behavior of Mallorca cathedral (Mallorca Island, Spain) under ambient sources of vibration and seismic events. The cathedral is one of the greatest built masonry structures worldwide. It is characterized for its audacious dimensions and slender structural members. Because of it, the study of its dynamic behavior is a clear concern. The cathedral dynamic properties were firstly identified using ambient vibration testing. Afterwards, a dynamic monitoring system was implemented to continuously measure, record, and wirelessly transfer the acceleration records without having to set up an activating threshold. This monitoring type was implemented because of the low seismic intensity of Mallorca Island with a basic ground acceleration of only 0.04 g according to the Spanish seismic standard. The continuous monitoring allowed for capturing some seismic events and some drops in the natural frequencies were noticed because of a breathing crack effect. Using both ambient vibration testing and continuous monitoring system, global modes could be more accurately identified than more local ones. The identification of the global modes was more attainable than in the case of more local ones. The temperature was a more influential environmental parameter than humidity and wind for all of the identified modes except for one more directly depended on wind.

AR, Z., B. AA, A. - A. AO, and S. HI, "Dynamic interplay between CXCL levels in chronic hepatitis C patients treated by interferon.", Virol J. 2013 Jul 1;10:218. doi: 10.1186/1743-422X-10-218., 2013.
Shalaby, M. A., K. Abo-EL-Sooud, and A. A. Hammoda, "Dynamic interaction between glibenclamide, gentamicin and diclofenac on hepato renal functions in alloxan - diabetic rats", 2nd Asian Pacific Regional ISSX Meeting and published in Drug Metabolism Reviews, 40:1, 85, School of Pharmacy, Fudan University, Shanghai, China, 11-13 May , 2008.
Elkhateeb, N. A., and R. I. Badr, "Dynamic inertia weight artificial bee colony versus GA and PSO for optimal tuning of PID controller", Int. J. Modelling, Identification and Control, vol. 22, issue 4, pp. 307-3017, 2014.
Mahrous, W., "Dynamic Impacts of Changes in Government Spending on Economic Growth in Kenya: A Structural VAR Analysis", 51st Annual Conference for Institute of Statistical Studies and Research, Cairo, Egypt.,  7 December , 2016.
Fahmy, A. S., B. S. Tawfik, and Y. M. Kadah, "Dynamic imaging reconstruction using linear associative memories", Medical Imaging 2000: International Society for Optics and Photonics, pp. 1247–1256, 2000. Abstract
Fahmy, A. S., B. Tawfik, and Y. M. Kadah, Dynamic imaging reconstruction using linear associative memories, , vol. 3979, pp. 1247–1256, 2000. Abstract
Hamza, N., and D. B. E. - D. M.Hassan, "A Dynamic ID-based authentication scheme with smart token ", , International Conference on: Computer Engineering & Systems, ICCES 2009. , cairo, egypt, 2009, 2010.
Abdalla, M. S., and E. E. Hemayed, "Dynamic Hand Gesture Recognition of Arabic Sign Language using Hand Motion Trajectory Features", Global Journal of Computer Science and Technology, vol. 13, no. 5, 2013. Abstract
Soliman, W., T. Nakano, N. Takada, and K. Sasaki, "Dynamic formation mechanism of nanoparticles produced by laser ablation of a solid target immersed in water", proceeding in The 5th Int. Congress on Laser Advanced Material Processing, (LAMP 2009), Kope, June, 29th-July 2nd, 2009, Japan, 2009.
El-Shafei, A., and R. V. Eranki, "Dynamic force coefficients of short and long squeeze film dampers executing elliptic orbits", INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS CONFERENCE PUBLICATIONS, vol. 6: MEDICAL ENGINEERING PUBLICATIONS LTD, pp. 597–597, 1992. Abstract
4. Sherien M. El‐Daly, Mona A. El‐Bana, S. A. E. - R. Y. A. L. D. M. S., "Dynamic expression of H19 and MALAT1 and their correlation with tumor progression biomarkers in a multistage hepatocarcinogenesis model", Cell Biochemistry & Function, vol. 2, issue 2, pp. 1-17, 2023. cell_biochemistry___function_-_2023.pdf