Marwan M.Mahmoud
Marwan M.Mahmoud
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Techno-economic feasibility of energy supply of remote villages in Palestine by PV-systems, diesel generators and electric grid
MM Mahmoud, IH Ibrik
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 10 (2), 128-138, 2006
2232006
Optimal sizing of building integrated hybrid PV/diesel generator system for zero load rejection for Malaysia
T Khatib, A Mohamed, K Sopian, M Mahmoud
Energy and Buildings 43 (12), 3430-3435, 2011
1462011
Solar powered induction motor-driven water pump operating on a desert well, simulation and field tests
AK Daud, MM Mahmoud
Renewable energy 30 (5), 701-714, 2005
1112005
Transient analysis of a PV power generator charging a capacitor for measurement of the I–V characteristics
MM Mahmoud
Renewable Energy 31 (13), 2198-2206, 2006
1042006
A new approach for optimal sizing of standalone photovoltaic systems
T Khatib, A Mohamed, K Sopian, M Mahmoud
International Journal of Photoenergy 2012, 2012
952012
Modeling of daily solar energy on a horizontal surface for five main sites in Malaysia
T Khatib, A Mohamed, M Mahmoud, K Sopian
International Journal of Green Energy 8 (8), 795-819, 2011
932011
Solar energy prediction for Malaysia using artificial neural networks
T Khatib, A Mohamed, K Sopian, M Mahmoud
International Journal of Photoenergy 2012, 2012
832012
Energy efficiency improvement procedures and audit results of electrical, thermal and solar applications in Palestine
IH Ibrik, MM Mahmoud
Energy Policy 33 (5), 651-658, 2005
642005
Field experience on solar electric power systems and their potential in Palestine
MM Mahmoud, IH Ibrik
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 7 (6), 531-543, 2003
642003
Holocene playa deposits of Farafra Oasis, Egypt, and their palaeoclimatic and geoarchaeological significance
FA Hassan, B Barich, M Mahmoud, MA Hemdan
Geoarchaeology: An International Journal 16 (1), 29-46, 2001
612001
Grid connected PV-home systems in Palestine: A review on technical performance, effects and economic feasibility
MA Omar, MM Mahmoud
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 82, 2490-2497, 2018
592018
Assessment of artificial neural networks for hourly solar radiation prediction
T Khatib, A Mohamed, K Sopian, M Mahmoud
International journal of Photoenergy 2012, 2012
592012
Trigonella foenum-graecum protection against deltamethrin-induced toxic effects on haematological, biochemical, and oxidative stress parameters in rats
MM Abdel-Daim, MA Abd Eldaim, MM Mahmoud
Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology 92 (8), 679-685, 2014
582014
Experience results and techno-economic feasibility of using photovoltaic generators instead of diesel motors for water pumping from rural desert wells in Jordan
M Mahmoud
IEE Proceedings C (Generation, Transmission and Distribution) 137 (6), 391-394, 1990
561990
Lumpy skin disease in cattle: Frequency of occurrence in a dairy farm and a preliminary assessment of its possible impact on Egyptian buffaloes
MM Elhaig, A Selim, M Mahmoud
Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research 84 (1), 1-6, 2017
532017
Optimization of the tilt angle of solar panels for Malaysia
T Khatib, A Mohamed, M Mahmoud, K Sopian
Energy sources, part A: Recovery, utilization, and environmental effects 37 …, 2015
522015
On the storage batteries used in solar electric power systems and development of an algorithm for determining their ampere–hour capacity
MM Mahmoud
Electric Power Systems Research 71 (1), 85-89, 2004
482004
Molecular confirmation of Trypanosoma evansi and Babesia bigemina in cattle from lower Egypt
MM Elhaig, A Selim, MM Mahmoud, EK El-Gayar
Pak Vet J 36, 409-14, 2016
362016
Estimating global solar energy using multilayer perception artificial neural network
T Khatib, A Mohamed, M Mahmoud, K Sopian
Int J Energy 6 (1), 82-87, 2012
302012
Evaluation of some markers of subclinical atherosclerosis in Egyptian young adult males with abdominal obesity
AS Abdou, GM Magour, MM Mahmoud
British journal of biomedical science 66 (3), 143-147, 2009
292009
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