Mohamed Tarek Shamaa

Mohamed Tarek Shamaa
Mansoura University · Department of Irrigation and Hydraulics Engineering

Associate Professor

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Publications (7)
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Local scour around bridge piers is one of the main causes of bridge failure. Experimental and hydraulic models were carried out to investigate three types of scour reduction methods around a single oblong pier, called slots, upstream curved face and sacrificial piles. First, these methods were used alone then combination of them was made to ach...
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Inaccurate operation and management of irrigation canals often cause inequitable and inefficient water distribution. The adjustment of hydraulic structures along irrigation canals causes unsteady flow in the canals at the initiation of revised operation till it attains a new steady state. Unsteady flow in open channels can be classified into two ty...
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Routing and operation problems are the most highlight problems which must be explained obviously in unsteady flow in open channels. Both routing and operation problems are basic logical interference methods. The routing approach means using Saint-Venant equations for expecting the results in the downstream of the channel from the known conditions i...
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This research concerns with optimal utilization of unconfined coastal aquifers under different constraints. This problem is a complicated, nonlinear, and constrained one. Therefore, the Genetic Algorithm nonlinear optimization method was selected to handle the present problem. Analytical solution was applied for the groundwater flow equation under...
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Design of minimization cost canal section requires minimization of construction costs per unit length of the canal. The aim is to minimize a nonlinear objective function subject to a nonlinear equality constraint. The objective function has been expressed as the cost per unit length of the canal for excavation and lining. Manning’s equation was use...

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• Predict the development of river morphology in the future. • Determine accurately the zones subjected to maximum water velocities. • Assign the appropriate training structures for improving flow condition. • Simulate and improve the flow conditions along the vulnerable zones. • Develop a physical model that can be used as a planning tool to investigate meandering phenomenon. • Establish linear and nonlinear regression models to represent meandering parameters using SPSS statistical software.