Ms. Nataliya Dvoskin
Mrs. Nataliya Dvoskin is a lecturer and practitioner at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, SCE- Shamoon College of Engineering since 2006
She has M.Sc. (Summa cum Laude) in Thermal Engineering, in the field of Energy conservation: design of solar heating, from Zaporizhia State Engineering Academy, Ukraine, and M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering, in the field of measurement and modeling of thermophysical properties of mixtures at equilibrium, from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU), Israel. In addition, she did a Ph.D. in the same field as Master's degree studies at BGU
So far, she published two articles in the proceedings of international conferences and presented one poster at the Israel conference
Since 2014 Mrs. Nataliya Dvoskin is the coordinator for the Energy and Numerical Simulations (CFD) Center, at SCE College, and since 2017 – coordinator of the Energy Systems discipline, at SCE College
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2003-2008 Ph.D. studies in Mechanical Engineering. Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. Dissertation title: Development of an Empirical Model for Calculation of Thermophysical Properties of Organic Ternary Mixtures at Equilibrium. Adviser: Prof. Borde, I., Prof. Levy, A.
2000-2004 M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering. Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. Dissertation title: Thermodynamic Equilibrium of New Organic Mixtures for Absorption Heat Pumps. Adviser: Prof. Borde, I., Prof. Levy, A.
1993-1998 M.Sc. (Summa cum Laude) in Thermal Engineering (Department of Energy and Energy Conservation). Zaporizhia State Engineering Academy, Ukraine. Dissertation title: Optimization of Parameters for the Design of Solar Heating. Adviser: Dr. Berdyshev, J.
Liquid Atomization Process
Fluid mechanics: Hydraulic systems
Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer
Fluid mechanics 1+2
Renewable energy systems
Introduction to numerical simulations using CFD
Automation and robotics
Dvoskin, N, Jelinek, M, Levy, A, Borde, I. Thermodynamic Properties of Organic Refrigerant Absorbent Working Fluids Based on HFC Refrigerants R32 and R125. IIR Conference: Thermophysical Properties and Transfer Processes of Refrigerants, Vicenza, Italy, 2005.
Mezhericher, M, Dvoskin, N, Ladizhensky, I, Mazor, G, Etlin, I. Bubbles and Droplets Flows in New Liquid Atomization Process. ASME 2016 Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting, Washington, DC, USA, 2016.