Serge Kräutle
Serge Kräutle
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A new numerical reduction scheme for fully coupled multicomponent transport‐reaction problems in porous media
S Kräutle, P Knabner
Water resources research 41 (9), 2005
802005
Comparison of numerical methods for simulating strongly nonlinear and heterogeneous reactive transport problems—the MoMaS benchmark case
J Carrayrou, J Hoffmann, P Knabner, S Kräutle, C De Dieuleveult, J Erhel, ...
Computational Geosciences 14 (3), 483-502, 2010
672010
A reduction scheme for coupled multicomponent transport‐reaction problems in porous media: Generalization to problems with heterogeneous equilibrium reactions
S Kräutle, P Knabner
Water resources research 43 (3), 2007
672007
The semismooth Newton method for multicomponent reactive transport with minerals
S Kräutle
Advances in water resources 34 (1), 137-151, 2011
482011
A parallel global-implicit 2-D solver for reactive transport problems in porous media based on a reduction scheme and its application to the MoMaS benchmark problem
J Hoffmann, S Kräutle, P Knabner
Computational Geosciences 14 (3), 421-433, 2010
382010
General multi-species reactive transport problems in porous media: Efficient numerical approaches and existence of global solutions
S Kräutle
University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Department of Mathematics, Erlangen, 2008
302008
A general reduction scheme for reactive transport in porous media
J Hoffmann, S Kräutle, P Knabner
Computational Geosciences 16 (4), 1081-1099, 2012
262012
The semismooth Newton method for the solution of reactive transport problems including mineral precipitation-dissolution reactions
H Buchholzer, C Kanzow, P Knabner, S Kräutle
Computational Optimization and Applications 50 (2), 193-221, 2011
172011
Existence of global solutions of multicomponent reactive transport problems with mass action kinetics in porous media
S Kräutle
Inst. für Angewandte Mathematik, 2011
152011
Existence and uniqueness of a global solution for reactive transport with mineral precipitation-dissolution and aquatic reactions in porous media
J Hoffmann, S Kräutle, P Knabner
SIAM Journal on Mathematical Analysis 49 (6), 4812-4837, 2017
82017
A parallel hybrid highly accurate elliptic solver for viscous flow problems
W Borchers, MY Forestier, S Kräutle, R Pasquetti, R Peyret, R Rautmann, ...
Numerical Flow Simulation I, 3-24, 1998
81998
Revisiting the analytical solution approach to mixing‐limited equilibrium multicomponent reactive transport using mixing ratios: Identification of basis, fixing an error, and …
TR Ginn, LG Schreyer, X Sanchez‐Vila, MK Nassar, AA Ali, S Kräutle
Water Resources Research 53 (11), 9941-9959, 2017
52017
General multispecies reactive transport problems in porous media
S Kräutle
Habilitation Thesis, 2008
52008
A Navier Stokes Solver Based on CGBI and the Method of Characteristics
S Kräutle
Verlag nicht ermittelbar, 2002
42002
The CGBI method for viscous channel flows and its preconditioning
S Kräutle, K Wielage
Nonlinear Analysis: Theory, Methods & Applications 47 (6), 4193-4203, 2001
32001
A domain decomposition method using efficient interface-acting preconditioners
S Kräutle
Mathematics of computation 74 (251), 1231-1256, 2005
22005
Towards a parallel hybrid highly accurate Navier-Stokes solver
W Borchers, S Kräutle, R Pasquetti, R Rautmann, N Roß, K Wielage, ...
Numerical Flow Simulation II, 3-18, 2001
22001
Computation of the MoMaS Benchmark Prob-lem with a Parallel Global-Implicit 2-D Solver based on a Reformulation of the PDE-ODE System
J Hoffmann, S Kräutle, P Knabner
12008
ParRichy: Parallel simulation of bioreactive multicomponent transport processes in porous media
S Kräutle, M Bause, A Prechtel, F Radu, P Knabner
High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering, Garching 2004, 181-192, 2005
12005
Multi-domain Finite Element—Spectral Chebyshev Parallel Navier-Stokes Solver for Viscous Flow Problems
W Borchers, S Kräutle, R Pasquetti, R Peyret, R Rautmann
Numerical Flow Simulation III, 3-17, 2003
12003
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