Abanoub G. Kamel

Abanoub G. Kamel

Alexandria University

H-index: 3

Africa-Egypt

About Abanoub G. Kamel

Abanoub G. Kamel, With an exceptional h-index of 3 and a recent h-index of 3 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Alexandria University, specializes in the field of Mathematical Modelling.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Optimal passive structural control under extreme earthquake excitations using a combined pendulum tuned mass damper

Numerical simulation of three-sided lid-driven square cavity

Numerical simulation of channel flow over a skewed equilateral cavity

Abanoub G. Kamel Information

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Alexandria University

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Citations(all)

22

Citations(since 2020)

22

Cited By

2

hIndex(all)

3

hIndex(since 2020)

3

i10Index(all)

1

i10Index(since 2020)

1

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Alexandria University

Abanoub G. Kamel Skills & Research Interests

Mathematical Modelling

Top articles of Abanoub G. Kamel

Optimal passive structural control under extreme earthquake excitations using a combined pendulum tuned mass damper

Authors

Abanoub G Kamel,Remon M Basily

Journal

Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computational Mechanics

Published Date

2021

Many engineering applications utilize passive Tuned Mass Dampers (TMDs) in several engineering applications because of their simplicity, readiness, and their ability in attenuating structural vibrations exposed to mild or extreme earthquake excitations. The main aim of this work is to find the optimum values of the system parameters after attaching a three degree of freedom Combined Pendulum Tuned Mass Damper (3-DOF CPTMD) to the main structure to investigate if the proposed solution will assist in reducing the amplitude of the vibration. Three optimization search techniques are utilized, and the best optimum method is determined. Moreover, the structural system was modelled mathematically to get the governing motion equations, and the system was put into state-space format before being simulated using a homemade MATLAB© code. Additionally, it is found that the proposed 3-DOF CPTMD is very effective in dampening the structural vibrations under various earthquake excitations (including extreme conditions).

Numerical simulation of three-sided lid-driven square cavity

Authors

Abanoub G. Kamel,Eman H. Haraz,Sarwat N. Hanna

Journal

Engineering Reports

Published Date

2020/3

In this article, an incompressible, two‐dimensional (2D), time‐dependent Newtonian fluid flow in a square cavity is simulated using finite difference method and alternating direction implicit technique. Navier‐Stokes equations are solved numerically in stream function‐vorticity formulation. In order to verify the numerical solver, the one‐sided lid‐driven cavity is studied and the results are compared with relevant data in the literature. They were in a very good agreement. Furthermore, two distinguished unexplored cases of the three‐sided lid‐driven cavity have been investigated. In case (1), the upper and lower walls are translated to the right, while the left wall is translated upward and the right wall remains stationary. Moreover, in case (2), the upper wall is translated to the right but the lower wall is translated to the left, while the left wall is translated downward and the right wall remains stationary. However, stream …

Numerical simulation of channel flow over a skewed equilateral cavity

Authors

Abanoub G Kamel,Eman H Haraz,Sarwat N Hanna

Journal

Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computational Mechanics

Published Date

2020/9/29

In this paper, an incompressible, two-dimensional (2D), time-dependent, Newtonian, laminar, and internal channel fluid flow over a skewed equilateral cavity is simulated using the finite difference method (FDM) and alternating direction implicit (ADI) technique. Navier-Stokes equations are solved numerically in stream function-vorticity formulation. The goal of tackling this problem depends on its academic significance by studying the difference between lid-driven and shear-driven cavity flows in terms of the formation of Moffatt eddies at the sharp corner, also to obtain the length and intensity ratios of these counter-rotating vortices. The value of velocity components along the centerlines of the skewed cavity was revealed at low and intermediate Reynolds numbers (Re), typically (Re= 200 and 2000) at two different skew angles of mainly 30 and 45. Likewise, the blocked-off regions’ method is used to deal with the geometry of the skewed cavity especially the sharp corners. Furthermore, as Re increases, the main vortex approaches the skewed cavity center and the counter-rotating vortices get bigger in size and intensity, and their number increases.

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What is Abanoub G. Kamel's h-index at Alexandria University?

The h-index of Abanoub G. Kamel has been 3 since 2020 and 3 in total.

What are Abanoub G. Kamel's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Optimal passive structural control under extreme earthquake excitations using a combined pendulum tuned mass damper

Numerical simulation of three-sided lid-driven square cavity

Numerical simulation of channel flow over a skewed equilateral cavity

are the top articles of Abanoub G. Kamel at Alexandria University.

What are Abanoub G. Kamel's research interests?

The research interests of Abanoub G. Kamel are: Mathematical Modelling

What is Abanoub G. Kamel's total number of citations?

Abanoub G. Kamel has 22 citations in total.

What are the co-authors of Abanoub G. Kamel?

The co-authors of Abanoub G. Kamel are Prof. Dr. Atef A. ATA, Dr. Eman Haraz.

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    Prof. Dr. Atef A. ATA

    Prof. Dr. Atef A. ATA

    Alexandria University

    H-index: 5
    Dr. Eman Haraz

    Dr. Eman Haraz

    Alexandria University

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