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Nogueira da Silva, G. M., Matta, E., Gunkel G., Hinkelmann, R., Severi, W., Sobral, M. (2016). Modelling nutrient emissions from a net-cage aquaculture system in Northeastern Brazil.


Hinkelmann,R., Stadler L., Helmig R. & Zehe E. (2009). A Double Continuum Approach for Two-phase Flow Simulation in Natural Slopes..


Molkenthin,F., Notay,V., Li,C.-Y., Hinkelmann,R. & Stadler,L. (2009). Model Integration and Coupling in a Hydroinformatics System..



Matta, Elena and Cominola, Andrea and Zounemat-Kermani and Hinkelmann, Reinhard (2020). A review of recent applications of neurocomputing methods in urban hydraulics and hydrology. First International Conference on Urban Water Interfaces (UWI). [Technische Universität Berlin, Urban Water Interfaces];, 44.

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Zhao, J. and Özgen, I. and Liang, D. and Simons, F. and Hinkelmann, R. (2016). Comparison of capacity and non-capacity sediment transport models for dam break flow over movable bed. Proceedings of International Symposium on River Sedimentation. CRC, 522–527.



Hinkelmann, R., Kleinschmit, B., Porst, G., Haacke, N. & Pacheco Fernandez, M. (2020). Summary of Abstracts. [Technische Universität Berlin, Urban Water Interfaces];.


Zhao, J. and Özgen, I. and Liang, D. and Hinkelmann, R. (2018). A Novel Slope Failure Operator for a Non-equilibrium Sediment Transport Model. HIC.



Tügel, F., Abdelrahman, A., Hadidi, A. & Hinkelmann, R. (2018). Rainfall-runoff analysis of the Wadi Bili catchment in the Red Sea Governorate of Egypt.


Broecker, T., Teuber, K., Elsesser, W. & Hinkelmann, R. (2018). Multiphase Modeling of Hydrosystems Using OpenFOAM. Advances in Hydroinformatics. Springer, Singapore, 1013-1029.


Gillefalk, Mikael and Meier, Fred and Hinkelmann, Reinhard and Smith, Aaron and Kuhlemann, Lena-Marie and Soulsby, Chris and Tetzlaff, Doerthe (2020). Quantifying the effects of urban vegetation on water partitioning in complex cityscapes : the potential of isotope-based ecohydrological models. First International Conference on Urban Water Interfaces (UWI). [Technische Universität Berlin, Urban Water Interfaces];, 19.

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