PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor PROF. Hillel Rubin
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No of theses 16
Department Civil and Environmental Engineering
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Tokarev Dmitry 2013 PhD Abstracts Development of Hydrodynamic Model for Managing Water Supply Reservoirs
Nezlobin David 2012 PhD Abstracts Modified Percolation Approaches to Connectivity Effects in Runoff Generation
Yaniv Sharon 2009 PhD Abstracts Analyzing Remediation Methods of Fractured Aquifer Contaminated by NAPL (Non-Aqua Phase Liquids)
Belinsky Michael 2007 PhD Abstracts Theoretical and Experimental Characterization of Suspended Particulate and Hydrophobic Pollutant Distribution in Lakes and Reservoirs
Lumelsky Svetlana 1997 PhD Numerical Modeling of the Restoration of Aquifers Contaminated by Oil Spills
Dveyrin Dmitry 1997 PhD Transport of Contaminants in Fractured Permeable Media
Priven Michael 1993 PhD Evaluation of the Basic Thermohydrodynamic Aspects Of the Advanced Solar Pond
Pistiner Arieh 1989 PhD Nigration of Full Pollutants in Groundeater
Bemporad Giorgio 1989 PhD Modelling the Performances of the Advanced Solar Pond )Asp(
Tokarev Dmitry 2007 MSc Abstracts Analysis of Durability of the Rigid Force Mains
Shlomi Shahar 2004 MSc Abstracts Development of Methodologies for Optimal Groundwater Quality Monitoring
Bar Uri 2003 MSc Abstracts Reclamation of Fractured Aquifers Contaminated by Non- Aqueous-Phase-Liquids (NAPL)
Yaniv Sharon 2002 MSc Abstracts Simulation of the Reclamation of Aquifers Contaminated by NAPL
Belinsky Michael 2002 MSc Abstracts Characteristics of Advection and Diffusion of Particulate in a Water Column of lakes
Wagner Ehud 2001 MSc Analysis of Transport and Diffusion of Solid Particles in the Water Column of Lakes and Reservoirs
Hadad Avichay 1989 MSc Simulation of Multiphase Immiscible Flow in Oil Contaminte