Publications

  • Agha, S. R., Alqedra, M., Al Kurd, R. and Mohanna, R.,(2010)" Quantifying lean construction effects: a discrete system simulation approach", International Journal of Rapid Manufacturing (IJRapidM), vol. X, No. Y.XXX. Accepted for publication.
  • Alqedra, M. A. And Ashour, A.F.,(2005) "Prediction of shear capacity of single anchors located near a concrete edge using neural networks", Computers & Structures, Volume 83, Issues 28-30, Nov., Pages 2495-2502. (download link)
  • Ashour, A.F. and Alqedra, M. A., (2005)” Concrete breakout strength of single anchors in tension using neural networks”, Advances in Engineering Software, Volume 36, Issue 2, February, Pages 87-97. (download link)
  • Alqedra, M. A. and Ashour, A.F., (2003)” Use of artificial neural networks for estimating the tensile capacity of single mechanical anchors in concrete”, The 9th Arab Structural Engineerin Conference, held on Nov. 29 – Dec. 1, United Arab Emirates University, Abu Dhabi. (download link)
  • Alqedra, M. A., Chapman, B. C., and Toropov, V. V. (2001), “ Use of optimization techniques for improving the simplified method of modeling steel profiled cladding of a steel structure” Proceeding of The 3rd ASMO UK/Issmo Conference on Engineering Design Optimization, In: Querin, O. M. (ed.), University of Leeds, pp 21-28, 9-10July,Harrogate, North Yorkshire, UK.
  • Chapman, B. C., Alqedra, M. A. (1999), “ Use of optimization techniques for validation of finite element model of a steel structure with profiled steel cladding”,  Proceeding of The 1st ASMO UK/Issmo Conference on Engineering Design Optimization, In: Toropov, V. V. (eds.), MCB University Press, pp 103-110, Ilkley 8-9 July, West Yorkshire, UK. (download link)
  • Alwahab, R. M. and El-Kedrah, M. A., (1995), “Using Fibres to Reduce Tension Cracks and Shrink/Swell Cycles in a Compacted Clay”, Proceedings of the Speciality Conference on Geotechnical Practice in Waste Disposal, ASCE, Part 1 (of 2), New Orleans, LA, USA, Feb. 24-26, 1995, pp. 791-805. (download link)
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