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Ahmed Fared Hamza

Ahmed Fared Hamza
Benha University · Department of Architectural Engineering (Faculty of Engineering at Shoubra)

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Experiment Findings
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Using an experimental research-based approach with the guidance of several mechatronic professionals and biologists. Worth mentioning that the purpose of the application/outcome of this prototype is not the design of the responsive unit; rather than being the processes in which the design and the fabrication go through. The practical application...
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Motivated by global climate change, including global warming and greenhouse gas emissions, architects and designers undertook a duty to look for more efficient, sustainable building systems. Among the modern tools used to tackle the building functionality and climate-related problems is biomimicry. Aiming to enhance self-sustainable, widen ecologic...
Conference Paper
The concept of level of service has been developed by planners and designers to provide some degrees of sensitivity in the processes of design and capacity analysis for buildings facilities. The objective of the paper is to trace, survey, analysis and evaluate the results of these studies, also aims to outline the framework of this concept and how...
Conference Paper
For almost too long a time tecnincal and economic requirement have over shadowed all other factors in airport design, planning and construction. The integration of an airport into landscape and environment seldom has received the consideration it merited. The main goal of this paper is to produce evidence which and when considered together with oth...

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