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Conferences contributions etc.


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.


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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