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Hassanien, A. E., "Heart Sound Feature Reduction Approach for Improving the Heart Valve Diseases Identification", International Conference on Signal Processing, Image Processing and Pattern Recognition - , Jeju Island, Korea, 8-10 December, 2011. Abstract

Recently, heart sound signals have been used in the detection of the heart valve status and the identification of the heart valve disease. Due to these characteristics, therefore, two feature reduction techniques have been proposed prior applying data classifications in this paper. The first technique is the chi-Square which measures the lack of independence between each heart sound feature and the target class, while the second technique is the deep believe network that uses to generate a new data set of a reduced number of features according the partition of the heart signals. The importance of feature reduction prior applying data classification is not only to improve the classification accuracy and to enhance the training and testing performance, but also it is important to detect which of the stages of heart sound is important for the detection of sick people among normal set of people, and which period important for the classification of heart murmur. Different classification algorithms including naive bayesian tree classifier and sequential minimal optimization was applied on three different data sets of 100 extracted features of the heart sound. The extensive experimental results on the heat sound signals data set demonstrate that the proposed approach outperforms other classifiers and providing the highest classification accuracy with minimized number of features.

Salama, M. A., A. A. Fahmy, and T. - H. Kim, "Heart Sound Feature Reduction Approach for Improving the Heart Valve Diseases Identification", International Convention Center , Island, Korea, 8-10 Dec, 2011.
Hassanien, A. E., "Heart Sound Feature Reduction Approach for Improving the Heart Valve Diseases Identification", International Conference on Signal Processing, Image Processing and Pattern Recognition-, 2011. Abstract

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MD, A. E., M. D. Emad-Eldin Omar Abd Alaziz, M. D. Noura Ismaeil Mohamed, and M. B. B. C. H. Mohamed Hasan, "Heart ̶ type fatty acid binding protein as a diagnostic and a prognostic marker in patients presenting to critical care unit by suspected acute coronary syndrome.", European society of cardiology , London, 28 august, 2015. abstract.docx
Khalil, E. E., W. AbdelSamie, and G. A. ElHarriri, "Heat Transfer And Air Flow Patterns Inside Air Conditioned Amphitheater", Proceedings, 6th IECEC, Cleavland Ohio, AIAA-2008-5646, USA, July, 2008.
Khalil, E. E., G. A. ElHarriri, and W. AbdelSamie, "Heat Transfer And Air Flow Patterns Inside An Air-Conditioned Large Auditorium", ’ Proceedings Of CHT-08,Ichmt International Symposium On Advances In Computational Heat Transfer, May 2008, Marrakech, Morroco, May, 2008.
Khalil, E. E., S. Ahmed, H. Haridy, and E. ElBialy, "Heat Transfer and Flow Characteristics in a Gas Turbine Can-Combustor: Turbulent Interactions, AIAA-2015-4094", Energy and Propulsion 2015, Orlando,USA, July2015.
Mostafa, A. H., E. E. Khalil, G. El-Hariry, W.Abdelmaksoud, and W. M. Saad, "Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow Characteristics in a Heat Exchanger Tube Fitted with Inserts.", ASME Journal of Thermal Science and Engineering Applications , USA, October 2017.
Khalil, E. E., and R. A. Kameel, "Heat Transfer Characteristics In Furnaces: Effect Of Combustion And Heat Transfer Modelling", Aerospace Sciences Meeting. AIAA paper AIAA-2004-0803, Reno,USA, January, 2004.
Khalil, E. E., "Heat Transfer Characteristics of Turbulent Flames in Furnaces and Combustion Chambers", Aerospace Sciences Meeting, AIAA-2009-1379, Reno, USA, January, 2009.
Khalil, E. E., "Heat Transfer Characteristics Of Turbulent Flames In Three-Dimensional Furnaces", ASME-IJPGC, Paper IJPGC2002-26190, USA, June , 2002.
Khalil, E. E., "Heat Transfer Characteristics of Turbulent Flames in Three-Dimensional Furnaces, .", Proc.2002 ASME IMECE’02 Conference, Paper IMEC 2002-34296, USA, November, 2002.
Khalil, A., H. Khater, and M. Abdelmonem, "Heat Transfer During Cryogenic Food Freezing", Cryogenic Engineering Conference, UCLA, August 1990., 1990. Abstract
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AbouSabea, M., G. EHarriri, A. ElDegwy, and E. E. Khalil, "Heat Transfer Enhancement in Parabolic Trough Absorption Tube Using Twisted Tape Inserts", AIAA AVIATION ,paperAIAA-2018-3910,June 2018, Atlanta ,USA, 28th June, 2018.
AbouSabea, M., G. EHarriri, A. ElDegwy, and E. E. Khalil, "Heat Transfer Enhancement in Parabolic Trough Absorption Tube Using Twisted Tape Inserts", AIAA AVIATION, paperAIAA-2018-2834610, June 2018, Atlanta, USA, 28 June, 2018.
Abdel-Salam, 20 M. S., A. S. El-Asfouri, A. F. El-Dib, and S. Kaseb, "Heat Transfer from the Rear Vertical Surface of a Body Facing an Air Stream", Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference of Mechanical Power Engineering, Cairo University, Faculty of Engineering, 1990.
Khalil, E. E., "Heat Transfer in Combustion Chambers", Aerospace Sciences Meeting,.AIAA Paper AIAA-84-1495., Reno, USA, January, 1984.
Khalil, E. E., M. Galal, and A. AbdelRouaf, "Heat Transfer past a Single Cylinder: Numerical Investigations,", Aerospace Sciences Meeting, AIAA-2010-1358, Orlando, USA, January, 2010.
Abdelraouf, A. M., M. Galal, and E. E. Khalil, "Heat Transfer Past Multiple Tube Banks: A Numerical Investigation", ”, IECEC Paper, AIAA_2010_4573, USA, July, 2010.
Khalil, E. E., A. AbdelRaouf, and M. Galal, "Heat Transfer Past Multiple Tube Banks: A Numerical Investigation", , Proceedings 10th AIAA/ASME Joint Thermophysics And Heat Transfer Conference, Paper AIAA-2010-4769, Chicago, USA, June, 2010.
Khalil, E. E., R. Y. Moustafa, E. A. AbdelHadi, and M. M. Hela, "Heat Transfer With Moving Boundaries In Melting/Solidification Processes", .5th AIAA / ASME Thermophysics And Heat Transfer Conference,1990., USA, July, 1990.
Khalil, E. E., E. A. AbdelHadi, R. Y. Moustafa, and M. M. Helal, "Heat Transfer With Moving Boundaries In Melting/Solidification Processes ", Proc.5th AIAA / ASME Thermophysics And Heat Transfer Conference,1990., USA, June, 1990.
Khalil, A., and S. W. Van Sciver, "Heat transport in flowing subcooled helium II", Proceedings of the Ninth International Cryogenic Engineering Conference, Kobe, Japan, 11-14 May 1982: Elsevier, pp. 273–278, 1982. Abstract
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El-Kahawy, R., M. El-Shafeiy, S. Helal, and N. Aboul-Ela, "Heavy Metal Threat Assessment By Geochemical and Statistical Tools for the Red Sea Surface Sediments, Egypt", European Geoscience Union , Veinna, 11 April, 2018.
Mohamed I. D. Helal, Mohamed A. A. Sayed, M. K. Y. M. S. M. R., Heavy Metals Removal from Wastewater Using Low Cost Materials, , vol. 39, issue 5-7 May 2014, 1st International Conference of Soil and Water Dept., Fac. of Agriculture, Kafrelsheikh Uni. and 11thInternational Conference of Egyptian Soil Science Society, 5-7 May 2014, Kafrelsheikh, Egypt, pp. 58, 2014. Abstract

Decontamination of wastewater as efficiently and as cost-effectively as possible, is very important. There are several widely used techniques to decontaminate waste water from heavy metals: chemical precipitation, extraction, sorption, ion exchange and membrane separation. Adsorption is one of the most commonly used techniques for removing organic and inorganic pollutants from wastewater, which involves the adsorption of ions and molecules on to the surface of the adsorbent solid particles. Removal of heavy metals using White Cement, Portland cement and Lime Gypsum were studied in order to apply it for industrial wastewater decontamination, for neutralization of acidic wastewaters and for removal of heavy metals ions such as Pb2+, and Cd2+. The interaction of different additives of cement with water solutions of lead and cadmium salts formation of compounds, maximal capacity and the ability of the different additives to remove these heavy metals to the Egyptian Standard Low 44–2000 on discharge consent levels (DCL) has been studied. Metal removal was investigated using synthetic solutions at initial different concentrations of individual metals (Cd2+, and Pb2+). The removal efficiency was determined at different contact time. The optimum contact time for removal of Cd, and Pb2+ was 2h for both Cement types. At initial concentration 50 mg Pb2+ l-1, the maximal capacity to remove Pb2+ of different additives after 24h interaction was 50 mg g-1 of White Cement, 47.5 mg g-1 of Lime Gypsum and 34.2 mg g-1 of Portland cement. The maximum capacity to remove Cd2+ was ordered as White Cement > Portland cement > Lime Gypsum. The results suggested that as the cement is a cheap by-product of the cement industry; it is promising for decontamination of electroplating rinsing waters or similar non-concentrated heavy metal solutions.

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