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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.
Mostafa, B., M. Molnar, M. Saleh, A. Benslimane, and S. Kassem, "Dynamic Distributed Monitoring for 6LoWPAN-based IoT Networks", INFOCOMMUNICATIONS JOURNAL, vol. 15, no. 1, pp. 64–76, 2023. Abstract
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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
Koko, R. R. Z., I. A. Yassine, M. A. Wahed, J. K. Madete, and M. A. Rushdi, "Dynamic Construction of Outlier Detector Ensembles With Bisecting K-Means Clustering", EEE Access, vol. 11, pp. 24431-24447, 2023.
Saad, D. A., M. A. El-Motaleb, and H. Osman, "Dynamic Conceptual Model of the Real Estate Sector Growth Considering Behavioral Biases", 9th CSCE/CRC International Construction Specialty Conference, Moncton, Canada, Canadian Society of Civil Engineering, 2023.
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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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.
Hemeda, S., "Dynamic characteristics of built heritage using ambient noise recordings", Heritage Science, vol. 10, issue 100, pp. 1-17, 2022. heri_science_2.pdf
Bakkar, A. R., A. Elyamani, A. G. El-Attar, D. V. Bompa, A. Y. Elghazouli, and S. A. Mourad, "Dynamic Characterisation of a Heritage Structure with Limited Accessibility Using Ambient Vibrations", Buildings, vol. 13, no. 1, 2023. AbstractWebsite

Historic Cairo has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979. It has more than 600 historic structures, which require extensive studies to sustain their cultural, religious, and economic values. The main aim of this paper is to undertake dynamic investigation tests for the dome of Fatima Khatun, a historic mausoleum in Historic Cairo dating back to the 13th century and consisting of mainly bricks and stones. The challenge was that the structure was difficult to access, and only a small portion of the top was accessible for the attachment of accelerometers. Current dynamic identification procedures typically adopt methods in which the sensors are arranged at optimal locations and permit direct assessment of the natural frequencies, mode shapes, and damping ratios of a structure. Approaches that allow for the evaluation of dynamic response for structures with limited accessibility are lacking. To this end, in addition to in situ dynamic investigation tests, a numerical model was created based on available architectural, structural, and material documentation to obtain detailed insight into the dominant modes of vibration. The free vibration analysis of the numerical model identified the dynamic properties of the structure using reasonable assumptions on boundary conditions. System identification, which was carried out using in situ dynamic investigation tests and input from modelling, captured three experimental natural frequencies of the structure with their mode shapes and damping ratios. The approach proposed in this study informs and directs structural restoration for the mausoleum and can be used for other heritage structures located in congested historic sites.

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]
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