PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Professor Emeritus Michael Shapiro
Advisor's Email mersm01@technion.ac.il
Advisor's Home-Site http://meeng.technion.ac.il/personnel/faculty/shapiro/index.html
No of theses 16
Department Mechanical Engineering
Department Web Site meeng.technion.ac.il
Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Pistiner Arieh 1989 PhD Nigration of Full Pollutants in Groundeater
Gutman Itamar 2007 PhD Abstracts Formation Structure and Properties of Periodic Structures at SiO2-Mg Interface
Wirzberger Hod 2004 PhD Abstracts Dynamics and Coagulation of Non Spherical Particles Settling in Shear Flows
Roizman Tatiana 1998 PhD Influence of Microstructure on Thermophysical Properties of Porous Ceramics
Broday David 1996 PhD Deposition of Elongated Particles in Clean Rooms
Omari Ahmad 2015 MSc Abstracts Laminar Burning Velocity Measurement and Combustion Characteristics of Alcohol Steam Reforming Products
Gutmanas Yuli 2002 MSc Dense In-Situ AL2O3/TIB2 Composites by Thermal Explosion (SHS) under Pressure
Cesana Or Felix 2016 MSc Abstracts Internal Combustion Engine with Thermochemical Recuperation Fed by Ethanol Steam Reforming Products
Shukhman Yury 2014 MSc Abstracts Study of Internal Combustion Engine Sensitivity to Environmental Conditions
Tenenbaum Jonathan 2013 MSc Abstracts An Analytical Model of a Two-Phase Jet with Application to Fuel Sprays in Internal Combustion Engines
Elport Oleg 2008 MSc Abstracts Dust Collection in the Cyclone-Type Concentrators
Ben-Shmuel Yaron 2008 MSc Abstracts Modelling and Calculation of Fluid Flow and Fractional Efficiency of a Tangential Flow Cyclone
Brodetski Svetlana 2002 MSc Thermophoretic Deposition of Aerosol Particles on Surfaces
Matvienko Anna 2000 MSc Investigation of Thermal Properties and Fabrication Process Of Dense Ceramic Materials by Reactive Sinthesis
Shlafstein Michael 1995 MSc Experimental Investigation of Dispersion of Aerosol Particles in Tube Flows
Roizman Tatiana 1994 MSc Influence of Segregation and Diffusion Processes on Heat