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Durner, Wolfgang
Durner, Wolfgang
Professor Bodenphysik, Braunschweig Bayreuth Zürich
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Hydraulic conductivity estimation for soils with heterogeneous pore structure
W Durner
Water resources research 30 (2), 211-223, 1994
14441994
Simplified evaporation method for determining soil hydraulic properties
A Peters, W Durner
Journal of Hydrology 356 (1-2), 147-162, 2008
3742008
Simultaneous determination of water transmission and retention properties. Inverse methods
JW Hopmans, J Simunek, N Romano, W Durner
Methods of soil analysis. Part 4, 963-1008, 2002
363*2002
Prediction of capillary hysteresis in a porous material using lattice-Boltzmann methods and comparison to experimental data and a morphological pore network model
B Ahrenholz, J Tölke, P Lehmann, A Peters, A Kaestner, M Krafczyk, ...
Advances in Water Resources 31 (9), 1151-1173, 2008
2542008
Evaporation method for measuring unsaturated hydraulic properties of soils: Extending the measurement range
U Schindler, W Durner, G von Unold, L Müller
Soil science society of America journal 74 (4), 1071-1083, 2010
2502010
The evaporation method: Extending the measurement range of soil hydraulic properties using the air‐entry pressure of the ceramic cup
U Schindler, W Durner, G Von Unold, L Mueller, R Wieland
Journal of plant nutrition and soil science 173 (4), 563-572, 2010
2172010
Lateral solute mixing processes—a key for understanding field-scale transport of water and solutes
H Flühler, W Durner, M Flury
Geoderma 70 (2-4), 165-183, 1996
1871996
Closed‐form expression for the multi‐modal unsaturated conductivity function
E Priesack, W Durner
Vadose Zone Journal 5 (1), 121-124, 2006
1772006
A simple model for describing hydraulic conductivity in unsaturated porous media accounting for film and capillary flow
A Peters, W Durner
Water Resources Research 44 (11), 2008
1462008
Water retention characteristics of soils over the whole moisture range: A comparison of laboratory methods
H Schelle, L Heise, K Jänicke, W Durner
European Journal of Soil Science 64 (6), 814-821, 2013
1452013
State-of-the-art in inverse modeling of inflow/outflow experiments
W Durner, B Schultze, T Zurmühl
Proceedings of the International Workshop on Characterization and …, 1999
1311999
Estimating precipitation and actual evapotranspiration from precision lysimeter measurements
F Schrader, W Durner, J Fank, S Gebler, T Pütz, M Hannes, ...
Procedia Environmental Sciences 19, 543-552, 2013
1302013
Comment on'Simple consistent models for water retention and hydraulic conductivity in the complete moisture range'by A. Peters.
SC Iden, W Durner
Water Resources Research 50 (9), 2014
1272014
Revisiting the simplified evaporation method: Identification of hydraulic functions considering vapor, film and corner flow
A Peters, SC Iden, W Durner
Journal of Hydrology 527, 531-542, 2015
1242015
Effective hydraulic properties of layered soils at the lysimeter scale determined by inverse modelling
W Durner, U Jansen, SC Iden
European Journal of Soil Science 59 (1), 114-124, 2008
1202008
Predicting the unsaturated hydraulic conductivity using multi-porosity water retention curves
W Durner
Indirect methods for estimating the hydraulic properties of unsaturated …, 1992
1191992
Dynamic nonequilibrium of water flow in porous media: A review
E Diamantopoulos, W Durner
Vadose Zone Journal 11 (3), vzj2011.0197, 2012
1112012
Determination of parameters for bimodal hydraulic functions by inverse modeling
T Zurmühl, W Durner
Soil Science Society of America Journal 62 (4), 874-880, 1998
1051998
Inverse estimation of the unsaturated soil hydraulic properties from column outflow experiments using free‐form parameterizations
S Bitterlich, W Durner, SC Iden, P Knabner
Vadose Zone Journal 3 (3), 971-981, 2004
1002004
The integral suspension pressure method (ISP) for precise particle‐size analysis by gravitational sedimentation
W Durner, SC Iden, G von Unold
Water Resources Research 53 (1), 33-48, 2017
952017
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