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of A. Arbel
  • Arbel A., Segal I. and Sokolov M. (1989). Development of a fresh water floating insulation solar pond for greenhouse heating. Acta Horticulturae 245:271-276.
  • Segal I., Arbel A. and De Thysebaert D. (1989). A simple method for representation of solar radiation and weather data for design purposes. Acta Horticulturae 245:363-369.
  • Arbel A., Zamir N. and Yekutieli O. (1989). Adaptation of greenhouse structure for desert conditions. Dapai Maida Bitaon Megadly Haprachim 3:42-43 (in Hebrew).
  • Arbel A., Segal I., Yekutieli, O. and Zamir N. (1990). Natural ventilation of greenhouses in desert climate. Acta Horticulturae 281:167-174.
  • Arbel A., Zamir N., Yekutieli O., Zvieli O., Ofenbach R. and Zabary Y. (1990). The influence of the greenhouse type - Low vs. High - on the inside climate conditions and on the yield and quality of tomato in the Arava. Hassadeh 70:888-890 (in Hebrew).
  • Arbel A., Segal I., Yekutieli O. and Zamir N. (1990). Natural ventilation of greenhouses in desert climate. Acta Horticulturae 281:167-174.
  • Arbel A. Yekutieli O. and Barak M. (1998). Greenhouses cooling by fogging system. Maim Vehashkaya 382: 7-14 (in Hebrew).
  • Sokolov M. and Arbel A. (1990). Fresh water floating collector type solar pond. Solar Energy 44:13-21.
  • Arbel A. and Sokolov M. (1991). Greenhouse heating with fresh water floating collector solar pond: a feasibility study. Journal of Solar Energy Engineering 113:66-72.
  • Sokolov M. and Arbel A. (1992). Conditioning of utilizable energy by a thermostatic control of the thermosyphonic flow in solar systems. Solar energy 49:181-189.
  • Arbel A. and Sokolov M. (1994). Improving load matching characteristics of a thermosyphonic solar system by thermostatically controlled circulation. Solar Energy 52:347-358.
  • Arbel A., Yekutieli O. and Barak M. (1996). Fog system for cooling greenhouses. Mikun Vehandasa Bachaclaut 3:27-32 (in Hebrew).
  • Shklyar A. and Arbel A. (1996). An application of the turbulence model to predict air flow and heat transfer in a greenhouse. Proceeding of the 26th Israel Conference on Mechanical Engineering, Haifa, Israel 309-311.
  • Shklyar A. and Arbel A. (1996). Air flow and heat transfer prediction in a greenhouse ( turbulence model). Proceeding of the International conference on Agricultural Engineering, Madrid, Spain 409-410.
  • Shklyar A. and Arbel A. (1998). The function of the viscous sublayer in numerical simulation of turbulence recirculating flow with heat transfer. "CHT'97: Advances in Computational Heat Transfer" Proceeding of the International Symposium on Advances in computational heat transfer, Cesme, Izmir, Turkey (Editors) G. de Vahal Davis and E. Leonardi, Begell House, Inc.; New York, 665-672.
  • Shklyar A., Arbel A. and Sokolov M (1998). Navier-Stokes analyses of a supersonic ejector. Proceeding of the 27th Israel Conference on Mechanical Engineering, Haifa, Israel 301-303.
  • Shklyar A..and Arbel A. (1998). Greenhouse wind ventilation: numerical simulations of the interaction between internal and external turbulence flow. ASAE Annual International Meeting, Orlando, Florida, ASAE Paper No. 987010.
  • Arbel A. Yekutieli O. and Barak M. (1999). Performance of a fog system for cooling greenhouses. Journal of Agricultural Engineering Research 72:129-136.
  • Arbel A., Shklyar A. and Barak M. (1999). Buoyancy-driven ventilation in a greenhouse cooled by a fogging system. Acta Horticulturae 534:327-334.
  • Shklyar A, and Arbel A. (1999). Greenhouse turbulence flow numerical simulation. Acta Horticulturae 534:49-55.
  • Arbel A., Hershgal D. and Sokolov M (1999). Solar-powered ejector air conditioner. Proceeding of the German-Israeli Workshop on Energy-Efficient Buildings, Ma'ale Hachamisha, Israel, 95-102.
  • Shklyar A. and Arbel A. (2000). A weakly-coupled pressure fields numerical method for calculation of incompressible flow. Proceeding of the 28th Israel Conference on Mechanical Engineering, Beer-sheva, Israel 327-330.
  • Shklyar A. and Arbel A. (2001). Numerical method for calculation of the incompressible flow in general curvilinear co-ordinates with double staggered grid. Accepted for publication in International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids.
  • Arbel A., Shklyar A. and Barak M. (2001). Simulation model for a buoyancy-driven ventilation in a greenhouse cooled by a fogging system. Proceeding of the Fourth International Symposium on Mathematical Modelling and Simulation in Agricultural and Bio-Industries, M2SABI'01, Haifa, Israel.
  • Arbel A. and Shklyar A. (2001). Internal and external turbulence flow numerical model for greenhouse. Proceeding of the Fourth International Symposium on Mathematical Modelling and Simulation in Agricultural and Bio-Industries, M2SABI'01, Haifa, Israel.
  • Arbel A., Barak M. and Shklyar A. (2001). Recommended combination of forced ventilation and a fogging system for cooling greenhouses. Mikun Vehandasa Bachaclaut 5:8-14 (in Hebrew).
  • Shmilovitch Z, Yekutieli O. Arbel A., Egozi H., Hofman A. Korotin B. Grinshpon Y., Rozenfeld L. and Bernstein Z. (2001). Processing 'Medjoul' dates after picking. Alon Hanotea 55:35-41 (in Hebrew).
  • Arbel A., Yekutieli O. Kleinmann I., Barak M. and Shklyar A. (2002). Theoretical analysis of the characteristics of the forces resulting from the wind load on structures with flexible covering - part I. Gan Sade Vameshek, 2:65-70 (in Hebrew).
  • Arbel A., Yekutieli O. Kleinmann I., Barak M. and Shklyar A. (2002). Theoretical analysis of the characteristics of the forces resulting from the wind load on structures with flexible covering - part II. Gan Sade Vameshek, in press (in Hebrew).
  • Arbel A., Shklyar A. and Barak M. (2002). Application of CFD to agriculture - greenhouse airflow as an example. Mikun Vehandasa Bachaclaut, in press (in Hebrew).
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