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Ilhan "Ozgen-Xian and Dongfang Liang and Reinhard Hinkelmann (2018). A Grid Convergence Study for the Integral Porosity Shallow Water Model on Unstructured Triangular Meshes. HIC 2018. 13th International Conference on Hydroinformatics. EasyChair, 2472–2478.

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Berken Agaoglu and Nadim K. Copty and Traugott Scheytt and Reinhard Hinkelmann (2015). Interphase mass transfer between fluids in subsurface formations: A review. Advances in Water Resources, 162 - 194.

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Agaoglu, Berken (2015). Interphase mass transfer in porous media. Technische Universität Berlin


Amann, Finn and Özgen, Ilhan and Abily, Morgan and Zhao, Jiaheng and Liang, Dongfang and Kobayashi, Kenichiro and Oishi, Satoru and Gourbesville, Philippe and Hinkelmann, Reinhard (2018). Integral porosity shallow water model at district scale-Case study in Nice. E3S Web of Conferences, 06018.


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Barjenbruch,M., Hinkelmann,R., HÜTtl,R., Huhnt,W., KrÄMer,T., Nehrig,M., RÜHmland,S. & RÖben,R. (2008). An Online-Monitoring and Operation System to Prevent Odour and Corrosion in Sewer Networks Feasibilty Study..



Barlag,C., Hinkelmann,R., Helmig,R. & Zielke,W. (1998). Adaptive Methods for Modelling Transport Processes in Fractured Subsurface Systems..


Böhmer,J. Arbaciauskas,K., Benstead,R., Gabriels,W., Porst,G., Reeze,B., Timm,H. & Poikane,S. (2014). Water Framework Directive Intercalibration Technical Report: Central Baltic Lake Benthic invertebrate ecological assessment methods. EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports, 1 - 72.





Breiting,T., Hinkelmann,R., Manthey,S. & Helmig,R. (2000). Methanausbreitungsvorgänge im Untergrund..



Breiting,T., Sheta,H., Kobayashi,K., Hinkelmann,R. & Helmig,R. (2004). Assessment of Hazardous Gas Emission to the Surface over Former Mined Areas..


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