Dr. Mohamed M. El Shabrawy

Associate Professor

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Dr. M. Elshabrawy obtained his Ph.D. from Cairo University in 2013. Dr. M. Elshabrawy has a bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering from Cairo University, Egypt (2001) and a master’s degree from Cairo University, Egypt (2007).

He was the head of the Information Technology Unit at the Faculty of Engineering in Cairo University from 2018 till 2020, and in 2022, he was the manager of the Grants and International Cooperation Office (GICO) office at Nile University. Currently, Dr. M. Elshabrawy is an associate professor in the mechanical engineering program at the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Nile University and is a member of the Smart Engineering Systems Center (SESC). 





Recent Publications

Analytical solution for nonlinear interaction of euler beam resting on a tensionless soil

The nonlinear interaction between an elastic Euler beam and a tensionless soil foundation is studied. Exact analytical solutions of the challenging problem are rather complicated. The basic obstacle is imposing compatibility conditions at lift-off points. These points are determined as a part of the solution although being needed to get the solution itself. In the current work, solutions are

Energy and Water
Mechanical Design

Analytic and numeric analysis for deformation of non-prismatic beams resting on elastic foundations

Background: The buckling load as well as the natural frequency under axial load for non-prismatic beam is a changeling problem. Determination of buckling load, natural frequency, and elastic deflection is very important in civil applications. The current paper used both perturbation method (PM), analytic method, and differential quadrature method (DQM), numerical method, to find buckling load and

Energy and Water
Software and Communications
Mechanical Design

CFD analysis of transient blood flow in a cerebral aneurysm: A comparison between a healthy and diseased model

The unsteady flow field variations between healthy and diseased three-dimensional rigid posterior cerebral artery are numerically investigated. The Computational hemodynamic simulations have been known to provide valuable clinical information to researchers and surgeons that proved to be crucial for the assessment of medical risks, pre-surgical conditioning and treatment planning. The wall shear

Mechanical Design
Research Tracks
  • Computational Fluid Mechanics
  • Coastal Engineering
  • Finite Difference
  • Differential Quadrature Method
  • Numerical Analysis
Research Project

Experimental Study on Sustainable Production of Concrete with Treated Alum Sludge

Objectives: A huge amount of unwanted sludge is produced daily from water and wastewater treatment plants and disposed into landfills which causes numerous environmental challenges. This study aims to investigate the effect of replacing cement by alum sludge on the performance of normal concrete. Incorporating alum sludge in concrete production could be useful in protecting the environment by