Thomas Hiller
Thomas Hiller
Scientist, Federal Institute for Geosciences and Natural Resources (BGR), Cottbus, Germany
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Comprehensive comparison of pore-scale models for multiphase flow in porous media
B Zhao, C Macminn, BK Primkulov, Y Chen, AJ Valocchi, J Zhao, Q Kang, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of …, 2019
Wettability controls slow immiscible displacement through local interfacial instabilities
M Jung, M Brinkmann, R Seemann, T Hiller, MS de La Lama, ...
Physical Review Fluids 1 (7), 074202, 2016
Modeling three-dimensional karst aquifer evolution using different matrix-flow contributions
G Kaufmann, D Romanov, T Hiller
Journal of hydrology 388 (3-4), 241-250, 2010
Karstification beneath dam-sites: from conceptual models to realistic scenarios
T Hiller, G Kaufmann, D Romanov
Journal of Hydrology 398 (3-4), 202-211, 2011
Upscaling permeability for three-dimensional fractured porous rocks with the multiple boundary method
T Chen, C Clauser, G Marquart, K Willbrand, T Hiller
Hydrogeology Journal 26 (6), 1903-1916, 2018
Reliability and limitations of surface NMR assessed by comparison to borehole NMR
M Müller‐Petke, T Hiller, R Herrmann, U Yaramanci
Near Surface Geophysics 9 (2), 123-134, 2011
Utilizing pre-polarization to enhance SNMR signals - effect of imperfect switch-off
T Hiller, R Dlugosch, M Müller-Petke
Geophysical Journal International 222 (2), 815-826, 2020
Karstification of aquifers interspersed with non-soluble rocks: From basic principles towards case studies
D Romanov, G Kaufmann, T Hiller
Engineering geology 116 (3-4), 261-273, 2010
Joint inversion of NMR data from partially saturated rocks using a triangular pore model
T Hiller, N Klitzsch
Geophysics 83 (4), JM15-JM28, 2018
The creation of collapse dolines: A 3D modeling approach
T Hiller, D Romanov, F Gabrovsek, G Kaufmann
Acta Carsologica 43 (2-3), 2014
The Impact of Wetting-Heterogeneity Distribution on Capillary Pressure and Macroscopic Measures of Wettability
T Hiller, J Ardevol-Murison, A Muggeridge, M Schröter, M Brinkmann
SPE Journal 24 (01), 200-214, 2019
Stochastic rotation dynamics simulations of wetting multi-phase flows
T Hiller, MS de La Lama, M Brinkmann
Journal of Computational Physics 315, 554-576, 2016
Karstification beneath the Birs weir in Basel/Switzerland: a 3D modeling approach
T Hiller, D Romanov, G Kaufmann, J Epting, P Huggenberger
Journal of hydrology 448, 181-194, 2012
Karstification of an aquifer along the Birs river, Switzerland—A modeling approach
D Romanov, G Kaufmann, T Hiller, J Epting, P Huggenberger
Engineering geology 141, 9-23, 2012
Feasibility study on prepolarized surface nuclear magnetic resonance for soil moisture measurements
T Hiller, S Costabel, T Radic, R Dlugosch, M Müller-Petke
Vadose Zone Journal 20 (5), e20138, 2021
Surface Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Measurements in Berlin - Proof-Of-Concept for Applying the Prepolarisation Technique in Urban Areas
S Costabel, T Hiller, T Radic, R Dlugosch, M Müller-Petke
25th European Meeting of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics, 2019
First measurements of surface nuclear magnetic resonance signals without an oscillating excitation pulse - exploiting non-adiabatic prepolarization switch-off
T Hiller, S Costabel, R Dlugosch, M Müller-Petke
Geophysical Research Letters 48 (23), e2021GL095371, 2021
Effective Gas Permeability Measurements at Different Water Saturations in Tight Sandstones—Differentiation between Slip Flow and Capillary Controlled Flow Regimes
A Amann-Hildenbrand, G Hoder, T Scheele, T Hiller, N Klitzsch, ...
Poromechanics VI, 1117-1125, 2017
Evaluation of single-sided nuclear magnetic resonance technology for usage in geosciences
S Costabel, T Hiller, R Dlugosch, S Kruschwitz, M Müller-Petke
Measurement Science and Technology 34 (1), 015112, 2022
Nano-to millimeter scale morphology of connected and isolated porosity in the Permo-Triassic Khuff formation of Oman
J Smodej, L Lemmens, L Reuning, T Hiller, N Klitzsch, S Claes, PA Kukla
Geosciences 10 (1), 7, 2019
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