PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor ASSOCIATE PROF. Rimon Arieli
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No of theses 19
Department Aerospace Engineering
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Student's Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Nadler Zvi 2016 PhD Abstracts Effects of Low-Profile Vortex Generators on a Turbulent Boundary Layer
Rokita Tomer 2015 PhD Abstracts Experimental and Numerical Investigation of the Subsonic Flow Field inside and near a Weapons Bay
Elimelech Yossef 2010 PhD Abstracts Flow Field about Airfoils at Reynolds Numbers between 5000 and 50000
Galmidi Nofar 2023 MSc Abstracts Shock Dynamics at a Supersonic, Two-Dimensional, Air Intake with Variable Geometry
Geva Amit 2018 MSc Abstracts Investigation of a Morphing Wing Capable of Airfoil and Span Adjustment using a Retractable Folding Mechanism – New Engineering Approach
Novikov Alina 2017 MSc Abstracts The Effect of Flow Bleed on the Starting Process of a Ramjet Engine Intake
Peker Avi 2015 MSc Abstracts Feasibility Study of a Medium/Long Range Ramjet Cruise Missile
Vaynshtein Alexander 2015 MSc Abstracts On the Flow Stability of a Sudden Opening Supersonic Intake
Komkov Valeriya 2015 MSc Abstracts Design of a Circular to Rectangular Transition Duct for 2D Exhaust Tail Pipe
Raviv Sayag Michal 2015 MSc Abstracts Investigation of the Flow Field about a Plate with an Oscillating Bump
Mizrahi Idan 2013 MSc Abstracts On the Aerodynamic Characteristics of a Flapping Wing
Yam Maor 2013 MSc Abstracts Wind-Tunnel Investigation of Two Dimensional Sails
Tiomkin Sonya 2012 MSc Abstracts Analytical and Numerical Study of a 2D Membrane Wing in Subsonic Flow
Ktalav Noa 2012 MSc Abstracts "Bump" as a Shock Control Device at Transonic Speeds
Haddad Arza 2012 MSc Abstracts Theoretical Evaluation of the Performance of a Boron Containing Gel Fuel Ramjet
Keren Yuval 2012 MSc Abstracts Tests on a Hovering Flapping Wing
Basov Evgeny 2011 MSc Abstracts Static Aeroelastic Investigation of a Forward Swept Wing at Transonic Speeds
Maayan Alon 2010 MSc Abstracts The Effect of Fineness Ratio on the Pitch Damping Derivative
Friedman Chen 2007 MSc Abstracts Numerical Investigation of Circulation Control