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Prof. Ahmed Fouad Ghaleb

Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science

Cairo University, Egypt


Email: afghaleb@link.net


Qualifications

Ph.D., Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics, Moscow State University, Russia

M.Sc., Faculty of Science, Cairo University, Egypt

B.Sc., Faculty of Science, Cairo University, Egypt


Publications (Selected)

  1. De Sitter symmetric field theory. II–Tensorial and Spinorial real zations. (coauthors Bakri and Hessein) J. Math. Phys. 11, 7, 2015–2026 (1970).
  2. Deformation of an infinite, hollow circular cylindrical conductor carrying a current. Proc. Math. Phys. Soc. Egypt 45, 63–69 (1978).
  3. Cooling of an initially hot, finite piezoelectric rod. (co–author Gharib) Bull. Fac. Sci. Assiut Univ. 9, 2, 143–153 (1980).
  4. Heating of a semi–infinite piezoelectric rod. (co–author Gharib) J. Fac. Edu. Ain Shams Univ. 4, 153–170 (1981).
  5. Dynamical thermoelastic problem for an infinite, elastic layer subjected to a thermal shock. (co–author Hassan) Bull. Fac. Sci. Zagazig Univ. 3, 199-212 (1981).
  6. Heating of a finite piezoelectric rod by thermal shock. (co–author Gharib) Bull. Fac. Sci. Zagazig Univ. 3, 247–258 (1981).
  7. Polarization of an infinite, piezoelectric cylinder induced by thermal shock. (co–author Gharib) Scientific Eng. Bull. Fac. Engng. Cairo Univ. 3, 205–217 (1981).
  8. Torsion of a composite, viscoelastic prismatic bar of rectangular cross–section. (co–author Allam) Appl. Math. Modelling 6, 197–201 (1982).
  9. A one–dimensional problem in the generalized theory of thermopiezo–elasticity. (co–author Bassiouny) Proc. Symp. on ”The Mechanical Behaviour of Electromagnetic Solid Continua”, Paris, 4–6 July 1983, Ed. G. A. Maugin, North–Holland (1984).
  10. A model of continuous, thermoelastic media within the frame of extended thermodynamics. Int. J. Engng. Sci. 24, 765–771 (1986).
  11. Wave–free, two–dimensional gravity flow of an inviscid fluid over a bump. (co–author Hefni) Journal de Mécanique Théorique et Appliquée 6, 463–488 (1987).
  12. Thermodynamical formulation of coupled electromechanical hysteresis. (co–authors Bassiouny and Maugin) (I) Basic equations. Int J. Engng. Sci. 26, 1279–1295 (1988).
  13. Thermodynamical formulation of coupled electromechanical hysteresis. (co–authors Bassiouny and Maugin) (II) Poling of ceramics. Int J. Engng. Sci. 26, 1297–1306 (1988).
  14. Propagation of weak discontinuities in a rigid thermal conductor within the frame of extended thermodynamics. J. Non–Equil. Thermodyn. 14, 231–238 (1989).
  15. Deformation of an infinite, hollow circular cylindrical conductor carrying a current and bearing a coaxial viscoelastic coating. (co–author Allam) Res. Mechanica 26, 73–94 (1989).
  16. A heat conduction equation with three relaxation times. Particular solutions. (co–author Mohamedein) Int. J. Engng. Sci. 27, 1367–1377 (1989).
  17. A phenomenological model for elastic superconductors.Int. J. Engng. Sci. 29, 1121–1127 (1991).


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