Alexander Prechtel
Alexander Prechtel
Modelling and Numerics, Department of Mathematics, Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen
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Microaggregates in soils
KU Totsche, W Amelung, MH Gerzabek, G Guggenberger, E Klumpp, ...
Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 181 (1), 104-136, 2018
Simulation of carrier-facilitated transport of phenanthrene in a layered soil profile
A Prechtel, P Knabner, E Schneid, KU Totsche
Journal of contaminant hydrology 56 (3-4), 209-225, 2002
A mixed hybrid finite element discretization scheme for reactive transport in porous media
FA Radu, M Bause, A Prechtel, S Attinger
Numerical mathematics and advanced applications, 513-520, 2008
Discrete-continuum multiscale model for transport, biomass development and solid restructuring in porous media
N Ray, A Rupp, A Prechtel
Advances in water resources 107, 393-404, 2017
Groundwater data improve modelling of headwater stream CO2 outgassing with a stable DIC isotope approach
A Marx, M Conrad, V Aizinger, A Prechtel, R van Geldern, JAC Barth
Biogeosciences 15 (10), 3093-3106, 2018
A coupled finite element–global random walk approach to advection-dominated transport in porous media with random hydraulic conductivity
N Suciu, FA Radu, A Prechtel, F Brunner, P Knabner
Journal of computational and applied mathematics 246, 27-37, 2013
Modelling and Efficient Numerical Solution of Hydrogeochemical Multicomponent Transport Problems by Process Preserving Decoupling Techniques
A Prechtel
Shaker, 2005
Numerical benchmark study for flow in highly heterogeneous aquifers
CD Alecsa, I Boros, F Frank, P Knabner, M Nechita, A Prechtel, A Rupp, ...
Advances in Water Resources 138, 103558, 2020
Linking rhizosphere processes across scales: Opinion
A Schnepf, A Carminati, MA Ahmed, M Ani, P Benard, J Bentz, ...
Plant and Soil, 2022
Discrete-continuum multiphase model for structure formation in soils including electrostatic effects
A Rupp, KU Totsche, A Prechtel, N Ray
Frontiers in Environmental Science 6, 96, 2018
A comprehensive tool for the simulation of complex reactive transport and flow in soils
E Schneid, A Prechtel, P Knabner
Land Contamination & Reclamation 8 (4), 357-365, 2000
Natural attenuation: hohe anforderungen an die modellsimulation
A Prechtel, S Bitterlich, F Radu, P Knabner
Grundwasser 11 (3), 217-225, 2006
Influence of surfactants on spreading of contaminants and soil remediation
P Knabner, S Bitterlich, R Iza Teran, A Prechtel, E Schneid
Mathematics—Key Technology for the Future, 152-161, 2003
Estimation de la concentration en hydrocarbures totaux du sol d'un ancien site pétrochimique: étude méthodologique
C De Fouquet, A Prechtel, JC Setier
Oil & gas science and technology 59 (3), 275-295, 2004
Application of a cellular automaton method to model the structure formation in soils under saturated conditions: A mechanistic approach
A Rupp, T Guhra, A Meier, A Prechtel, T Ritschel, N Ray, KU Totsche
Frontiers in Environmental Science 7, 170, 2019
Accurate and efficient simulation of coupled water flow and nonlinear reactive transport in the saturated and vadose zone—application to surfactant enhanced and intrinsic …
A Prechtel, P Knabner
Developments in Water Science 47, 687-694, 2002
How water connectivity and substrate supply shape the turnover of organic matter–Insights from simulations at the scale of microaggregates
S Zech, T Ritschel, N Ray, KU Totsche, A Prechtel
Geoderma 405, 115394, 2022
Explicit spatial modeling at the pore scale unravels the interplay of soil organic carbon storage and structure dynamics
S Zech, SA Schweizer, FB Bucka, N Ray, I Kögel‐Knabner, A Prechtel
Global Change Biology, 2022
Microaggregation of goethite and illite evaluated by mechanistic modeling
S Zech, S Dultz, G Guggenberger, A Prechtel, N Ray
Applied Clay Science 198, 105845, 2020
Global random walk solvers for fully coupled flow and transport in saturated/unsaturated porous media
N Suciu, D Illiano, A Prechtel, FA Radu
Advances in Water Resources, 103935, 2021
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