PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Professor Emeritus Omri Rand
Advisor's Email rand@technion.ac.il
Advisor's Home-Site http://aerospace.technion.ac.il/person/omri-rand/
No of theses 17
Department Aerospace Engineering
Department Web Site aerospace.technion.ac.il
Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Potyagailo Svetlana 2013 PhD Abstracts Planning and Operational Algorithms for Autonomous Helicopters
Revivo Michael 2008 PhD Abstracts Analysis of Soft Composite Structures
Grebshtein Michael 2006 PhD Abstracts Analytical Formulation and Solutions of Anisotropic Non-Homogeneous Beams
Alkahe Jonathan 2002 PhD Abstracts Helicopter Faults – Simulation, Detection and Identification
Barkai Shirley-Miriam 1997 PhD Stability and Response of a Rotor-Wing System With Elastically Coupled Blades
Raviv Sayag Michal 2015 MSc Abstracts Investigation of the Flow Field about a Plate with an Oscillating Bump
Yana Jessica 2012 MSc Abstracts Performance of Coaxial Rotor System in Hover: Three Points of View
Orgad Maxim 2004 MSc Abstracts Analysis of Laminated Composite Plates – an Analysis Approach
Grebshtein Michael 2001 MSc Elastic Couplings in Composite Beams with Thin-Walled Open Cross-Sections
Revivo Michael 1999 MSc Vibration Reduction in Helicopters by Non-Rotating Active Lifting Surfaces
Mazor Dan 1998 MSc A Study of the Importance of the in-Plane Deformation in Thin-Walled Beams
Barkai Shirley-Miriam 1993 MSc Elastic Rotor and Body Response to Higher Harmonic Control
Kalfon Jean-Philippe 1992 MSc Nonlinear Structural Behavior of Thin-Walled Composite Blade
Leser Rodolphe 1992 MSc Singular Fielps in Steady Penetration of a Rigid Wedge Into
Hecht Yoseph 1991 MSc Hovering Helicopter Response to a Sharp Collective Change
Seter Dan 1989 MSc Investigation of the Autorotation of a Free Rotor
Cooper Anton 2018 MSc Abstracts The Aeromechanics of an Autonomous Multi-Multirotor UAVs System for Payload Transportation