Doctor Helena Lubarsky

Lecturer,

School of Engineering
Water Industry Engineering B.Sc

Areas of Expertise

Thermodynamic -prediction thermodynamic properties of pure compounds and their mixtures,
development of renewable energy technologies.

Selected Courses

Design of Chemical Reactors and Bioreactors
Laboratory in Process Engineering
The Chemical Engineering Laboratory
The kinetics of reactors
The Heat Transfer
The Fluid Dynamics
The thermodynamics

Additional Roles

Lecturer at Ariel University and braude college of engineering.

Selected Publications

Ilya Polishuk, Helena Lubarsky, Dong NguyenHuynh. Predicting Phase Behavior in Aqueous Systems without Fitting Binary Parameters II: Gases and Non-Aromatic Hydrocarbons. AIChE Journal. 10.1002/aic.15815(14 June 2017)

Helena Lubarsky, Ilya Polishuk, Dong NguyenHuynh. Implementation of GC-PPC-SAFT and CP-PC-SAFT for predicting thermodynamic properties of mixtures of weakly- and non-associated oxygenated compounds. Journal of Supercritical Fluids the 115:65–78 (2016).

Helena Lubarsky, Ilya Polishuk, Dong NguyenHuynh. The group contribution method (GC) versus the critical point-based approach (CP): Predicting thermodynamic properties of weakly-and non-associated oxygenated compounds by GC-PPC-SAFT and CP-PC-SAFT. Journal of Supercritical Fluids The 110:11-21 (2015), 2 citations.

Helena Lubarsky, Ilya Polishuk. Implementation of the Critical Point-Based Revised PC-SAFT for modeling thermodynamic properties of aromatic and haloaromatic compounds. Journal of Supercritical Fluids The 97:133–144 (2014), 9 citations.

Polishuk, Ilya; Katz, Maxim; Levi, Yulia; Lubarsky, Helena. Implementation of PC-SAFT and SAFT + Cubic for Modeling Thermodynamic Properties of Haloalkanes. I. 11 Halomethanes. Fluid Phase Equilibria 316 (2012) 66–73, 17 citations.

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