Development of theoretical and numerical models for mass, momentum and energy
transport through porous/fractured media (groundwater and bio-systems) of
multiphase, multicomponent together with chemical reactions and heat exchange.
Wave propagation through porous media.
Financed Research Projects:
- Assessment of Aquifer Contamination in the Nahalat Itzhak Area - Tel
- National Lab for Hydrological Experimental Models (1998-2001)
- A Model for Groundwater Management stressed by SaltWater Intrusion,
Under Uncertainty and Two Stage Optimization (1998-2001)
- Solar Heat Exchanger (1997-1998)
- Structure Fortification (1997-1998)
- Development of Water Resources management Tools for Problems of Seawater
Intrusion and Contamination of Fresh-Water Resources in Coastal Aquifers
- Definition of Hydrological Heterogeneity of the Coastal Aquifer (1996-1997)
- Monitoring and Modeling of Saltwater Intrusion, Implemented to Gaza
Strip and Morocco (1994-1996)
- Modeling of Nutrient Uptake by Sorghum Genotypes, Differing in their
Salinity Tolerance (1995)
- Modeling Quantitative Identification of Aquifer Resources and Parameters,
using Environmental Tracers (1994-1996)
- Dust entrainment by sweep of shock waves (1992)
- Software package for solving environmental problems (1991-1992)
- Brain mechanics and Chemical Process (1987-1989)
- Salinization processes in soils and shallow aquifer as related to irrigation
and storage reservoirs of treated water in Yzrael Valley (1988-1989)
- Euler-Lagrange method for multiphase flow (1987)
- Flow assessment through Ramat Hovav fractured media (1988)
Specific research directions
Optimal Water Management.
Mass, momentum and heat transfer through irregular media.
Shock wave propagation through soil and groundwater.
Modified Eulerian--Lagrangian method for flow and transport problems.
(b). Chapters in books and collective volumes
- Conference Proceedings, Festschrift, etc.
(c). Refereed articles in scientific journals
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