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Conferences contributions etc.

2020

Dixit, A., Teuber, K., Pacheco-Fernandez, M., Barjenbruch, M. & Hinkelmann, R. (2020). Validation of air phase flow, mass transport and mass transfer in a sewer pipe.

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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).

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Sobhi Gollo, V., Broecker, T., Lewandowski, J., Nützmann, G. & Hinkelmann, R. (2020). Integral modeling of flow in and around a ventilated U-shaped chironomid burrow.

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Augustyniak, A., Jablonska, J., Pacheco-Fernandez, M., Dixit, A., Braun. B., Szewyk. U., Hinkelmann, R. Barjenbruch, M. & Stephan, D. (2020). Bacteria from sewers and their potential to improve the sustainability of construction materials.

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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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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.




Haacke, N. and Paton, E.N. (2020). Spatiotemporal patterns of short-duration heavy precipitation in Germany. EGU General Assembly 2020.



Marx,C., Soulsby,C., Hinkelmann,R. & Tetzlaff,D. (2020). Using stable isotopes to understand water flow paths and ages in complex urban catchments.


Gillefalk,M., Tetzlaff,D., Hinkelmann,R., Kuhlemann,L-M., Smith,A., Meier,F. & Soulsby,C. (2020). Quantifying the effects of urban vegetation on water partitioning in complex cityscapes: the potential of isotope-based ecohydrological models.


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