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Pipkins, K., Kleinschmit, B., Foerster, M. (2018). Determine Storage Heat Fluxes For Two Different Urban Pavement Types Using Remote Sensing. [17].


Pipkins, K., Kleinschmit, B., Wessolek, G. (2017). A spatial-temporal method for assessing the energy balance dynamics of partially sealed surfaces. [18].


Pacheco Fernández, M., Dixit, A., Hinkelmann, R., Despot, D., Stephan, D. & Barjenbruch, M. (2020). Determining the H2S mass transfer coefficient across the liquid-gas interface in sewer systems (preliminary results) [19].

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Özgen I., Zhao J., Liang D., Hinkelmann R. (2016). Towards an anisotropic porosity shallow water model for computationally efficient rainfall-runoff simulation [21].


Özgen I., Liang D., Om J., Hinkelmann R. (2016). Shallow water model with anisotropic porosity: A case study of dam-break flow in an idealized city [22].


Özgen I., Zhao J., Liang D., Hinkelmann R. (2016). Comparison of an isotropic porosity model with an anisotropic porosity model [23].


Özgen I., Serrano-Taslim M., Zhao J., Liang D., Hinkelmann R. (2016). Coarse grid shallow water simulations of rainfall-runoff in small catchments with modified friction law to account for unresolved microtopography [24].


Özgen, I., Simons, F. & Hinkelmann, R. (2014). Fully dynamic two-dimensional shallow water equations based simulation of urban runoff in a simplified catchment [25].


Özgen, I. (2017). A coarse grid approach-based model chain for fast rainfall-runoff predictions in natural and urban areas [26].


Özgen, I., Zhao, J., Amann, F. & Hinkelmann, R. (2017). Applying object-oriented design concepts for the coupled numerical simulation of shallow water flow and associated processes [27].


Özgen, I., Abily, M., Gourbesville, P., Zhao, J., Liang, D. & Hinkelmann, R. (2017). Towards district scale flood simulations using conventional and anisotropic porosity shallow water models with high-resolution topographic information [28].


Özgen, I., Liang, D. & Hinkelmann, R. (2015). Shallow water equations with anisotropic porosity for inundated areas [29].


Özgen, I., Simons, F. & Hinkelmann, R. (2014). Fully dynamic two-dimensional shallow water equations based simulation of urban runoff in a simplified catchment [30].


Ilhan Özgen and Dongfang Liang and Reinhard Hinkelmann (2016). Shallow water equations with depth-dependent anisotropic porosity for subgrid-scale topography [31]. Applied Mathematical Modelling, 7447 - 7473.

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Özgen, Ilhan and Zhao, Jiaheng and Liang, D and Hinkelmann, R (2016). Urban flood modeling using shallow water equations with depth-dependent anisotropic porosity [33]. Journal of Hydrology, 1165-1184.


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