Ayman Wagdy
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Daylighting driven design: optimizing kaleidocycle facade for hot arid climate
Y Elghazi, A Wagdy, S Mohamed, A Hassan
Aachen: Fifth German-Austrian IBPSA Conference, RWTH Aachen University, 2014
322014
A parametric approach for achieving optimum daylighting performance through solar screens in desert climates
A Wagdy, F Fathy
Journal of Building Engineering 3, 155-170, 2015
292015
Shaping the slats of hospital patient room window blinds for daylighting and external view under desert clear skies
A Sherif, H Sabry, A Wagdy, I Mashaly, R Arafa
Solar Energy 133, 1-13, 2016
132016
New Parametric workflow based on validated day-lighting simulation
A Wagdy
Building Simulation Cairo 2013 1, 412-420, 2013
92013
Hospital patient room design for desert climates: effect of room shape on window design for daylighting
A Sherif, H Sabry, A Wagdy
Proc. of Second Saudi Forum for Planning and Design of Hospitals. Riyadh …, 2014
72014
Applicability of flexible photovoltaic modules onto membrane structures using grasshopper integrative model
H Ibrahim, A Wagdy, P Beccarelli, R Carpenter, J Chilton
Procedia Engineering 155, 379-387, 2016
62016
Simulation Driven Design for Kinetic System: Optimize Kaleidocycle Facade Configuration for Daylighting Adequacy in Hot Arid Climates
Y Elghazi, A Wagdy, S Abdalwahab
IBPSA 2015-14th International Conference of the International Building …, 2015
52015
The Balance between Daylighting and Thermal Performance Based on Exploiting the Kaleidocycle Typology in Hot Arid Climate of Aswan, Egypt
A Wagdy, Y Elghazi, S Abdalwahab, A Hassan
AEI 2015@ sBirth and Life of the Integrated Building, 300-315, 2015
52015
Energy Efficient Hospital Patient Room Design: Effect of Room Shape on Window-to-Wall Ratio in a Desert Climate
A Sherif, H Sabry, R Arafa, A Wagdy
30th INTERNATIONAL PLEA CONFERENCE, 2014
52014
Daylighting simulation for the configuration of external sun-breakers on south oriented windows of hospital patient rooms under a clear desert sky
A Wagdy, A Sherif, H Sabry, R Arafa, I Mashaly
Solar Energy 149, 164-175, 2017
42017
Cellular Automata for Efficient Daylighting Performance: Optimized Facade Treatment
F Fathy, Y Mansour, H Sabry, S Abdelmohsen, A Wagdy
IBPSA 2015-14th International Conference of the International Building …, 2015
32015
Enhancement of daylighting and external view as means for achieving a salutogenic hospital
A Sherif, H Sabry, R Arafa, A Wagdy
World Health Design, Architecture, Culture, Technology, Design and Health …, 2014
32014
Evaluating the Daylighting Performance of Dynamic Façades by Using New Annual Climate-Based Metrics
A Wagdy, F Fathy, S Altomonte
PLEA 2016 - 36th International Conference on Passive and Low Energy …, 2016
22016
The impact of alternative window glazing types and a shading system on the daylighting of hospital patient rooms: Simulation analysis under a desert clear sky
A Sherif, H Sabry, R Arafa, A Wagdy
Energy Procedia 78, 1805-1810, 2015
22015
Daylighting Optimization for Informal Settlements in Cairo, Egypt
A Wagdy, A Abdelghany, MA Hegazy
BSA 2015 - Building Simulation Applications, Bozen, Italy, 2015
22015
Daylighting in hospital patient rooms: parametric workflow and genetic algorithms for an optimum façade design
A Sherif, H Sabry, A Wagdy, R Arafa
IBPSA 2015-14th International Conference of the International Building …, 2015
22015
Evaluating visual comfort in open-plan offices: Exploration of simple methods for evaluation and prediction
V Garcia-Hansen, AC Allan, G Isoardi, A Wagdy, SS Smith
The International Commission on Illumination, 2017
12017
Robotic Morphologies
MBF Teixeira, FF Teixeira, J Donovan, GA Caldwell, A Burden, A Wagdy
2018
Multi-region contrast method–A new framework for post-processing HDRI luminance information for visual discomfort analysis
A Wagdy, V Garcia-Hansen, G Isoardi, AC Allan
NCEUB, 2017
2017
Parametric analysis of solar shading parameters in intermediate orientations located in desert climates
A Wagdy, S Mokhtar, A Abdel-Rahman
2016
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