Akram Soliman
Akram Soliman
Prof. of Coastal Engineering and Port Planning, Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime
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Numerical study of combined overflow and wave overtopping over a smooth impermeable seawall
DE Reeve, A Soliman, PZ Lin
Coastal Engineering 55 (2), 155-166, 2008
752008
Numerical study of irregular wave overtopping and overflow
A Soliman
University of Nottingham, 2003
312003
Numerical study for small negative freeboard wave overtopping and overflow of sloping sea wall
A Soliman, D Reeve
Proceedings of Coastal Structures Conference 2004, Oregon, Portland …, 2004
152004
Study of environment friendly porous suspended breakwater for the Egyptian Northwestern Coast
B Elsharnouby, A Soliman, M Elnaggar, M Elshahat
Ocean engineering 48, 47-58, 2012
132012
Numerical simulation of wave overtopping using two dimensional breaking wave model
A Soliman, MS Raslan, DE Reeve
Proceedings of Coastal Engineering VI: Computer modeling of seas and …, 2003
9*2003
Shoreline response for long, wide and deep submerged breakwater of Alexandria city, Egypt
B El-Sharnouby, A Soliman
Proc. 26th International Conference for Seaports and Maritime Transport …, 2010
82010
Behavior of shore protection structures at Alexandria, Egypt, during the storm of December 2010
B El-Sharnouby, A Soliman
Proceedings of Coastal Engineering Practice, San Diego, California, USA, 780-792, 2011
72011
Artificial Submerged Reefs: A solution for Erosion Problems along Alexandria Coastline, Egypt?
A Soliman, D Reeve
Proceeding of the IMA 2nd Conference on Flood Risk Assessment, Plymouth, UK …, 2007
72007
Applying the Artificial Submerged Reefs techniques to reduce the Flooding Problems along the Alexandria Coastline
A Soliman, D Reeve
Proceeding of the Institution of Civil Engineers Conference 2009 "Coasts …, 2009
42009
Shoreline Changes Due to Construction of Alexandria Submerged Breakwater, Egypt
A Soliman, B Elsharnouby, H Elkamhawy
11th International Conference on Hydroscience & Engineering (ICHE2014 …, 2014
32014
Potential Impacts of Natural Hazards on the Egyptian North Western Coast
S ELKAFRAWY, A SOLIMAN
Proceedings of International Conference on Global Climate Change …, 2013
22013
EVALUATION of TWO NUMERICAL MODELS FOR THE DESIGN OF ARTIFICIAL SUBMERGED REEF
A Soliman, H Moghazy, R Ismail, R Eid
Proceeding of International Conference on Maritime Transport, Alexandria …, 2011
22011
Assessment of Upstream Human Intervention Coupled with Climate Change Impact for a Transboundary River Flow Regime: Nile River Basin
AS Youssef Ahmed, Furat Al-Faraj, Miklas Scholz
Water Resources Management, 0
2*
CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR ENHANCING PORT COMPETITIVENESS IN AFRICA
E Akram, M Alaa, AA Mohamed
19th Annual General Assembly, AGA 2018 International Association of Maritime …, 2018
2018
Evaluating Shoreline, Urban and Roads Changes in the Hurghada Area, Egypt, Using Multispectral Satellite Images
S Elkafrawy, A Soliman, M Bek
Proceedings of International Conference "Managing risks to coastal …, 2016
2016
Combined Effect of Anthropogenic and Natural Sources on Nile Delta Coast Erosion
M ELTAHAN, B ELSHARNOUBY, A SOLIMAN, M ELNAGGAR
E-Proceeding of the 36th IAHR World Conference, The Hague, the Netherlands, 2015
2015
Combined Effect of Anthropogenic and Natural Sources on Nile Delta Coast Erosion
M Eltahan, M., Elsharnouby, B., Soliman, A., and Elnaggar
The 36th IAHR World Conference, The Hague, the Netherlands., 2015
2015
Sea Level Rise Impact Assessment of Alexandria Shoreline, Egypt
A Soliman, Y Khairy
Proceeding of the 3rd IAHR Europe Congress Conference, Porto, Portugal., 2014
2014
Using Sustainable Solution for Shoreline Management
A Soliman, M El-Dakkak
Proceeding of the Global Congress on Integrated Coastal Management : Lessons …, 2013
2013
Effects of Cross Shore Profiles on the Sustainable Design of Coastal Structures
A Soliman, S Abdelrahman, W Elsayed, M Iskander, N Ismail
Coastal Engineering, 2012
2012
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