PhD and MSc Theses

PhD and MSc Theses, since 1988

Advisor Professor Emeritus Jehuda Tirosh
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No of theses 18
Department Mechanical Engineering
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Student’s Name Graduation Year Degree Abstracts Research Name
Abraham Ofer 2013 PhD Abstracts Dual Shakedown Bounds of Fatigue Wear during Fluctuating Shear
Peled Alon 2002 PhD Abstracts “Smart” Deep Drawing
Peles Sharon 2001 PhD Development of a Multi-Term Relation for Prediction of Fatigue Crack Propagation in Metals
Shirizly Amnon 1997 PhD Plastic Forming of Porous Materials
Misiuk Lev 2016 MSc On the relationship between the impacting speed of a rigid projectile and the penetration depth into metal targets
Gelfeld Irene 2010 MSc Abstracts Investigation of the Autofrettage Process in Thick-Walled Bores
Shahak Nativ 2010 MSc Abstracts Strengthening of Light Metals with Particles for Large Deformation
Raz Danny 2008 MSc Abstracts Hydroforming Deep Drowing with Differential Temperature
Tylis Arie 2008 MSc Abstracts Rigid Spherical Projectile Penetration into Semi Infinite Target
Abraham Ofer 2002 MSc Abstracts The Influence of Hydrostatic Pressure on Metals Behavior
Liberman Yakov 2001 MSc Forming Limit Diagram of Magnesium Alloys
Shtanger Shmuel 2000 MSc Essential Improvements in Fluid Pressure Assisted Deep Drawing Process
Neuberger Avidov 1995 MSc A Bulging Model for Thin Walled Tubes Under Internal Pressure and Axial Force
Shirizly Amnon 1993 MSc Deep Drawing with Fluidized Blank Holder
Bauman Yuval 1992 MSc Extrusion of Sealing Bands Made of Prous Materials Projecti
Yifrach Yitzchk 1991 MSc Development of a Specimen for Fracture Toughhess Measurment
Gutfinger Ron S. 1990 MSc The Evolution of Anisotropy and Rupture in Non-Linear
Amir Yona 1990 MSc Computerized Milling Machine for Manufacturing Dies for