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Mohammad Zounemat-Kermani and Marzieh Fadaee and S Adarsh and Reinhard Hinkelmann (2020). Predicting Sediment transport in sewers using integrative harmony search-ANN model and factor analysis. IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science. IOP Publishing, 012004.

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Matta,E.,, Ma,Y., Meißner,D., Richter,J., Schellenberg,H., Schmid,A. & Hinkelmann,R. (2019). Kombination von neuronalen Netzen mit einem hydrologischen Modell für eine verbesserte Pegelvorhersage am Rhein. Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, 33.


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Jahanbazi, Mitra and Özgen, Ilhan and Aleixo, Rui and Hinkelmann, Reinhard (2017). Development of a diffusive wave shallow water model with a novel stability condition and other new features. Journal of Hydroinformatics. IWA Publishing.

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Ladwig, Robert and Heinrich, Lena and Singer, Gabriel and Hupfer, Michael (2017). Sediment core data reconstruct the management history and usage of a heavily modified urban lake in Berlin, Germany. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 25166–25178.

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Ilhan Özgen and Dongfang Liang and Reinhard Hinkelmann (2016). Shallow water equations with depth-dependent anisotropic porosity for subgrid-scale topography. Applied Mathematical Modelling, 7447 - 7473.

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Broecker, T., Özgen, I., Matta, E., Cabral, J., Candeias, A.L. & Hinkelmann, R. (2014). Simulation of Flow and Transport Processes in a Brazilian Reservoir.


Teuber,K., Broecker,T., Elsesser,W. & Hinkelmann,R. (2017). Beyond shallow water flow: Navier-Stokes simulations with OpenFOAM.





Kuhlemann, L.-M., Tetzlaff, D., Kleinschmit, B., & Soulsby, C. (2019). The city challenge: quantifying surface water sources in large urban areas using stable isotopes.



Kuhlemann, L.-M., Tetzlaff, D., Kleinschmit, B., Vulova, S. & Soulsby, C. (2020). Using stable isotopes to quantify ecohydrological flux dynamics at the soil-plant-atmosphere continuum in urban green spaces.


Teuber,K., Grüneberger,M., Despot,D., Stephan,D., Barjenbruch,M. & Hinkelmann,R. (2017). Modeling and Measuring of Interfaces in Sewer Systems.



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