Dr. Merav Arogeti
Merav Arogeti earned her B.Sc. , M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Mechanical engineering at Ben-Gurion University. Her thesis topic: Characterization of Drop Impact on a Very Small Target (Cusp), Adviser: Prof. Eran Sher
Current research focuses on the characterization of drops responses with surface for steady state and during impact on vary targets, different in materials geometry roughness and coatings
Dr. Arogeti is also experienced in the manufacturing industry as an R&D mechanical engineer, developing innovative products from concept to final product
Be'er Sheva202 Katsir(50)
2019 Visiting scholar. Bioinspired Thermal Fluid Lab, The University of Texas at Dallas, USA
2010-2016 Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Israel.
1999- 2001 M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel.
1995 - 1999 B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel.
Drop impact on small targets
Drop impact on Patterned hydrophobic surface
Energy-saving at home
Arogeti, M., Sher, E., and Bar-Kohany, T., “Drop impact on a flat dry surface A unified correlation”, Atomization and Spray Atomization and Sprays, Volume 27, 2017 Issue 9, pp.759-770.
Arogeti, M., Sher, D., & Sher, E., “ Drop impact on a small target with an inclined plane”. Experimental Thermal and Fluid Science, Volume 99, 2018, pp. 140-148.
Arogeti, M., Sher, E., and Bar-Kohany, T., “Drop impact on small targets with different target-to-drop diameters ratio”, Chemical Engineering Science, Volume 193, 2019, pp.89-101.
Articles in refereed conference volumes
Arogeti, M., Sher, E., and Lifshitz, M., “Projectile Acceleration with a Divided Combustion Chamber”, the Israel Annual Conference on Aerospace Sciences, Tel-Aviv and Haifa, 20-21 February 2002.
Sher, E., Arogeti, M., and Lifshitz, M., “Internal Ballistics of a Divided Combustion Chamber”, Joint Israeli-Russian Workshop on Combustion, Haifa, 19 February 2002.
Heat Transfer 1
Design for Manufacturing, DFM
Design for Industrial Manufacturing (includes student specialization in the industry)