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Andrey Perevalov

  • P. Eng., P. Phys.
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About

Mr. Perevalov graduated with a Master’s degree from the Department of Nuclear Physics of Tomsk Polytechnic University in Russia. Upon graduation he worked at a number of nuclear facilities in Russia as a research engineer. From 1999 to 2005 Mr. Perevalov was a research engineer at the National Building Research Institute in Israel. His research focused on the impact of radon gas in residential buildings. He investigated methods of measuring radon concentration as well as diffusion length in various construction materials. Mr. Perevalov participated in radioactivity research of concrete (contents Ra226 , Th232, K40 ) and its components. His research work included measurement of natural radionuclides content( Ra 226 , Th232 , K40 ) in various materials based on the radioactivity of its components (NaI gamma-spectrometer). In Canada Mr. Perevalov attended Centennial College in Toronto. Mr. Perevalov continued his carrier working for different companies providing water measurement services (Neptune corp. (Water meters, contract with City of Toronto), water treatment (ion exchange technology, AC filtration systems, RO systems). Mr. Perevalov has advanced knowledge of collection, evaluation, and analysis of field data. He is experienced in methods of chemical analysis as well as instrument operation and maintenance. He is knowledgeable in water/wastewater system operations and process control, open channel flow rate and velocity calculation (Manning equation, Weir open channel calculation).

Recent publications

  • Radon exhalation of cementitious materials made with coal fly ash: Part 2 - Testing hardened cement-fly ash pastes

    • Kovler K
    • Perevalov A
    • Levit A
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  • Determination of the radon diffusion length in building materials using electrets and activated carbon.

    • Kovler K
    • Perevalov A
    • Steiner V
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