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Salah
El Haggar

Position
Professor
Department
Department of Mechanical Engineering

Profile

Brief Biography

Education

  • BSc, 1972, Mechanical Engineering, Ain Shams University
  • MSc, 1976, Mechanical Engineering, Ain Shams University
  • PhD, 1983, Washington State University 

Selected publications

Books

  • S.M.El-Haggar and A. Samaha, “Road Map for Global Sustainability: Rise of The Green Communities”, Advances in Science, Technology & Innovation, IEREK Interdisciplinary Series for Sustainable Development, Springer Publisher House, 2019
  • S.M.El-Haggar, Sarah Mousa and Mohamed El-Morsy,” Sustainable Solar Energy Systems: Challenges and Economics for the Arab World”, Bentham Science Press, 2016
  • S.M.El-Haggar, “Sustainability and Innovation: The Next Global Industrial Revolution”, AUC Press, 2015
  • S.M.El-Haggar, “Sustainable Industrial Design and Waste Management: Cradle-to-Cradle for Sustainable Development”, Elsevier Academic Press, 401 p, 2007

Papers

  • Harb, S.,  S. M. El-Haggar, H. Sewilam, “Developing Sustainable School Guidelines: The Case of Egypt”, 6h international conference on Environment Pollution and Prevention (ICEPP 2018), Brisbane, Australia, December 6-8, 2018 
  • El-Mitani, Esraa, S.M. El-Haggar, "Developing a Sustainability Rating System for New and Existing Healthcare Facilities in Egypt", 2019 9th International Conference on Environment Science and Engineering (ICESE 2019) , Leuven, Belgium, March 20-22,2019 , http://www.icese.org/
  • Amer, H., A.S. El-Gindy and S.M.El-Haggar (2017), “Removal of Lead (II) from Aqueous solutions using rice straw”. Journal of Water science and technology, Volume 76, number 5
  • Moharib, M.M.M.; El-Haggar, S.M."The Cement Resource and Emissions Monitoring Application (CREMA): A Life Cycle Approach", LCA XVII CONFERENCE, 2-5 October, 2017.Mashaly, I.A., K. Nassar and S.M. El-Haggar (2018), “Mathematical Model for desiging a Light Prismatic panel, Solar Energy, 159, 638-649
  • El-Haggar, S. and H. Omar (2017), Sustainable and cost effective use of organic waste, Current trends in Biomedical Engineering & Biosciences, Vol. 7, Issue 4, Aug. 2017

Courses Taught

  • ENGR 101 - Introduction to Engineering
  • ENGR 115 - Descriptive Geometry and Engineering Drawing
  • ENGR 214 - Engineering Mechanics II (Dynamics)
  • ENGR 261 - Fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics
  • ENGR 312 - Engineering Analysis and Computation
  • MENG 362 - Applied Fluid Mechanics
  • MENG 361 - Fundamentals of Thermodynamics
  • MENG 365 - Applied Thermodynamics
  • MENG 467 - Heat Transfer
  • CENG 325 - Mechanical Engineering in Construction
  • ENGR 512 – Experimental Methods in Engineering
  • ENGR 516 – Engineering for sustainable development
  • ENGR 592 – Industrial ecology and management of natural resources
  • ENGR 592 – Eco-Industrial Park and Rural Development
Research Interest
  • Cleaner production and industrial ecology
  • Sustainable development
  • Renewable energy applications particularly Biomass & bioenergy
  • Waste Management and Recycling