Steffen Schlüter
Steffen Schlüter
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Image processing of multiphase images obtained via X‐ray microtomography: a review
S Schlüter, A Sheppard, K Brown, D Wildenschild
Water Resources Research 50 (4), 3615-3639, 2014
4442014
Soil structure as an indicator of soil functions: A review
E Rabot, M Wiesmeier, S Schlüter, HJ Vogel
Geoderma 314, 122-137, 2018
3832018
Quantification of soil structure based on Minkowski functions
HJ Vogel, U Weller, S Schlüter
Computers & Geosciences 36 (10), 1236-1245, 2010
2862010
Beyond Darcy's law: The role of phase topology and ganglion dynamics for two-fluid flow
RT Armstrong, JE McClure, MA Berrill, M Rücker, S Schlüter, S Berg
Physical Review E 94 (4), 043113, 2016
1552016
Pore‐scale displacement mechanisms as a source of hysteresis for two‐phase flow in porous media
S Schlüter, S Berg, M Rücker, RT Armstrong, HJ Vogel, R Hilfer, ...
Water Resources Research 52 (3), 2194-2205, 2016
1392016
Segmentation of X-ray microtomography images of soil using gradient masks
S Schlüter, U Weller, HJ Vogel
Computers & Geosciences 36 (10), 1246-1251, 2010
1192010
Emergent properties of microbial activity in heterogeneous soil microenvironments: different research approaches are slowly converging, yet major challenges remain
PC Baveye, W Otten, A Kravchenko, M Balseiro-Romero, É Beckers, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 9, 1929, 2018
1102018
Soil‐structure development including seasonal dynamics in a long‐term fertilization experiment
S Schlüter, U Weller, HJ Vogel
Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science 174 (3), 395-403, 2011
822011
Efficiently engineering pore-scale processes: The role of force dominance and topology during nonwetting phase trapping in porous media
AL Herring, L Andersson, S Schlüter, A Sheppard, D Wildenschild
Advances in Water Resources 79, 91-102, 2015
812015
Porous media characterization using Minkowski functionals: Theories, applications and future directions
RT Armstrong, JE McClure, V Robins, Z Liu, CH Arns, S Schlüter, S Berg
Transport in Porous Media 130 (1), 305-335, 2019
722019
Biofilm growth in porous media: experiments, computational modeling at the porescale, and upscaling
M Peszynska, A Trykozko, G Iltis, S Schlueter, D Wildenschild
Advances in Water Resources 95, 288-301, 2016
692016
Long-term effects of conventional and reduced tillage on soil structure, soil ecological and soil hydraulic properties
S Schlüter, C Großmann, J Diel, GM Wu, S Tischer, A Deubel, ...
Geoderma 332, 10-19, 2018
582018
Geometric state function for two-fluid flow in porous media
JE McClure, RT Armstrong, MA Berrill, S Schlüter, S Berg, WG Gray, ...
Physical Review Fluids 3 (8), 084306, 2018
582018
On the reconstruction of structural and functional properties in random heterogeneous media
S Schlüter, HJ Vogel
Advances in Water Resources 34 (2), 314-325, 2011
582011
Predicting solute transport in structured soil using pore network models
JM Köhne, S Schlüter, HJ Vogel
Vadose Zone Journal 10 (3), 1082-1096, 2011
572011
In situ visualization and quantification of three-dimensional root system architecture and growth using X-ray computed tomography
N Koebernick, U Weller, K Huber, S Schlüter, HJ Vogel, R Jahn, ...
Vadose Zone Journal 13 (8), vzj2014. 03.0024, 2014
462014
Quantification of capillary trapping of gas clusters using X‐ray microtomography
H Geistlinger, S Mohammadian, S Schlueter, HJ Vogel
Water Resources Research 50 (5), 4514-4529, 2014
452014
Time scales of relaxation dynamics during transient conditions in two‐phase flow
S Schlüter, S Berg, T Li, HJ Vogel, D Wildenschild
Water Resources Research 53 (6), 4709-4724, 2017
432017
Denitrification in soil aggregate analogues-effect of aggregate size and oxygen diffusion
S Schlüter, S Henjes, J Zawallich, L Bergaust, M Horn, O Ippisch, ...
Frontiers in Environmental Science 6, 17, 2018
412018
On the challenges of measuring interfacial characteristics of three‐phase fluid flow with x‐ray microtomography
K Brown, S Schlüter, A Sheppard, D Wildenschild
Journal of microscopy 253 (3), 171-182, 2014
412014
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