Ahmed Elhanafi
Ahmed Elhanafi
Research Associate, National Centre for Maritime Engineering and Hydrodynamics (NCMEH), Australian
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Scaling and air compressibility effects on a three-dimensional offshore stationary OWC wave energy converter
A Elhanafi, G Macfarlane, A Fleming, Z Leong
Applied Energy 189, 1-20, 2017
512017
Numerical energy balance analysis for an onshore oscillating water column–wave energy converter
A Elhanafi, A Fleming, G Macfarlane, Z Leong
Energy 116, 539-557, 2016
442016
Experimental and numerical investigations on the hydrodynamic performance of a floating–moored oscillating water column wave energy converter
A Elhanafi, G Macfarlane, A Fleming, Z Leong
Applied energy 205, 369-390, 2017
392017
Numerical hydrodynamic analysis of an offshore stationary–floating oscillating water column–wave energy converter using CFD
A Elhanafi, A Fleming, G Macfarlane, Z Leong
International Journal of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering 9 (1), 77-99, 2017
362017
Underwater geometrical impact on the hydrodynamic performance of an offshore oscillating water column–wave energy converter
A Elhanafi, A Fleming, G Macfarlane, Z Leong
Renewable energy 105, 209-231, 2017
352017
Investigations on 3D effects and correlation between wave height and lip submergence of an offshore stationary OWC wave energy converter
A Elhanafi, G Macfarlane, A Fleming, Z Leong
Applied Ocean Research 64, 203-216, 2017
192017
Effect of RANS-based turbulence models on nonlinear wave generation in a two-phase numerical wave tank
A Elhanafi, A Fleming, Z Leong, G Macfarlane
Progress in Computational Fluid Dynamics, an International Journal 17 (3 …, 2017
172017
Experimental and numerical investigation on wave height and power take–off damping effects on the hydrodynamic performance of an offshore–stationary OWC wave energy converter
A Elhanafi, CJ Kim
Renewable energy 125, 518-528, 2018
162018
Experimental and numerical investigations on the intact and damage survivability of a floating–moored oscillating water column device
A Elhanafi, G Macfarlane, A Fleming, Z Leong
Applied Ocean Research 68, 276-292, 2017
132017
Experimental and numerical measurements of wave forces on a 3D offshore stationary OWC wave energy converter
A Elhanafi, G Macfarlane, A Fleming, Z Leong
Ocean Engineering 144, 98-117, 2017
122017
Hydrodynamic performance of single–chamber and dual–chamber offshore–stationary Oscillating Water Column devices using CFD
A Elhanafi, G Macfarlane, D Ning
Applied Energy 228, 82-96, 2018
112018
Prediction of regular wave loads on a fixed offshore oscillating water column-wave energy converter using CFD
A Elhanafi
Journal of Ocean Engineering and Science 1 (4), 268-283, 2016
112016
Ship structural integrity using new stiffened plates
HW Leheta, SF Badran, AS Elhanafi
Thin-Walled Structures 94, 545-561, 2015
82015
Design of Y stiffened panels in double hull tanker under axial compressive loads
AS El-Hanafi, SF Badran, HW Leheta
62013
Intact and damaged survivability of an offshore floating-moored OWC device
A Elhanafi, G Macfarlane, A Fleming, Z Leong
The 27th International Ocean and Polar Engineering Conference, 2017
52017
A numerical study of the ultimate strength of Y-deck panels under longitudinal in-plane compression
HW Leheta, AS Elhanafi, SF Badran
Thin-Walled Structures 100, 134-146, 2016
42016
CFD modelling of a small–scale fixed multi–chamber OWC device
M Shalby, A Elhanafi, P Walker, DG Dorrell
Applied Ocean Research 88, 37-47, 2019
22019
Reliability analysis of novel stiffened panels using Monte Carlo simulation
HW Leheta, AS Elhanafi, SF Badran
Ships and Offshore Structures 12 (5), 640-652, 2017
12017
Time–variant reliability analysis of novel deck and bottom panels
AS Elhanafi, HW Leheta, SF Badran
Ocean Engineering 133, 73-88, 2017
12017
Validation of a numerical model for a small scale fixed multi-chamber OWC device
M Shalby, P Walker, DG Dorrell, A Elhanafi
The Thirteenth ISOPE Pacific/Asia Offshore Mechanics Symposium, 2018
2018
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