Timothy D. Scheibe
Timothy D. Scheibe
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Processes in microbial transport in the natural subsurface
TR Ginn, BD Wood, KE Nelson, TD Scheibe, EM Murphy, TP Clement
Advances in Water Resources 25 (8-12), 1017-1042, 2002
3422002
Multiphysics simulations: Challenges and opportunities
DE Keyes, LC McInnes, C Woodward, W Gropp, E Myra, M Pernice, J Bell, ...
The International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications 27 (1 …, 2013
3272013
Apparent decreases in colloid deposition rate coefficients with distance of transport under unfavorable deposition conditions: A general phenomenon
X Li, TD Scheibe, WP Johnson
Environmental Science & Technology 38 (21), 5616-5625, 2004
2522004
Simulations of reactive transport and precipitation with smoothed particle hydrodynamics
AM Tartakovsky, P Meakin, TD Scheibe, RME West
Journal of Computational Physics 222 (2), 654-672, 2007
2382007
Mixing‐induced precipitation: Experimental study and multiscale numerical analysis
AM Tartakovsky, G Redden, PC Lichtner, TD Scheibe, P Meakin
Water Resources Research 44 (6), 2008
1962008
A smoothed particle hydrodynamics model for reactive transport and mineral precipitation in porous and fractured porous media
AM Tartakovsky, P Meakin, TD Scheibe, BD Wood
Water resources research 43 (5), 2007
1442007
On breakdown of macroscopic models of mixing-controlled heterogeneous reactions in porous media
I Battiato, DM Tartakovsky, AM Tartakovsky, T Scheibe
Advances in water resources 32 (11), 1664-1673, 2009
1362009
Scaling of flow and transport behavior in heterogeneous groundwater systems
T Scheibe, S Yabusaki
Advances in Water Resources 22 (3), 223-238, 1998
1111998
Hybrid models of reactive transport in porous and fractured media
I Battiato, DM Tartakovsky, AM Tartakovsky, TD Scheibe
Advances in Water Resources 34 (9), 1140-1150, 2011
1102011
Effects of incomplete mixing on multicomponent reactive transport
AM Tartakovsky, GD Tartakovsky, TD Scheibe
Advances in Water Resources 32 (11), 1674-1679, 2009
1042009
Intercomparison of 3D pore-scale flow and solute transport simulation methods
X Yang, Y Mehmani, WA Perkins, A Pasquali, M Schönherr, K Kim, ...
Advances in water resources 95, 176-189, 2016
992016
Hybrid simulations of reaction-diffusion systems in porous media
AM Tartakovsky, DM Tartakovsky, TD Scheibe, P Meakin
SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 30 (6), 2799-2816, 2008
962008
Coupling a genome‐scale metabolic model with a reactive transport model to describe in situ uranium bioremediation
TD Scheibe, R Mahadevan, Y Fang, S Garg, PE Long, DR Lovley
Microbial biotechnology 2 (2), 274-286, 2009
952009
Extended tailing of bacteria following breakthrough at the Narrow Channel Focus Area, Oyster, Virginia
P Zhang, WP Johnson, TD Scheibe, KH Choi, FC Dobbs, BJ Mailloux
Water Resources Research 37 (11), 2687-2698, 2001
952001
Preliminary observations on bacterial transport in a coastal plain aquifer
MF DeFlaun, CJ Murray, W Holben, T Scheibe, A Mills, T Ginn, T Griffin, ...
FEMS Microbiology Reviews 20 (3-4), 473-487, 1997
951997
Use of sedimentological information for geometric simulation of natural porous media structure
TD Scheibe, DL Freyberg
Water Resources Research 31 (12), 3259-3270, 1995
951995
Relative dominance of physical versus chemical effects on the transport of adhesion-deficient bacteria in intact cores from South Oyster, Virginia
H Dong, TC Onstott, MF DeFlaun, ME Fuller, TD Scheibe, SH Streger, ...
Environmental science & technology 36 (5), 891-900, 2002
862002
Transport and biogeochemical reaction of metals in a physically and chemically heterogeneous aquifer
TD Scheibe, Y Fang, CJ Murray, EE Roden, J Chen, YJ Chien, SC Brooks, ...
Geosphere 2 (4), 220-235, 2006
752006
An evaluation of conditioning data for solute transport prediction
TD Scheibe, YJ Chien
Groundwater 41 (2), 128-141, 2003
662003
Ferrographic tracking of bacterial transport in the field at the Narrow Channel Focus Area, Oyster, VA
P Johnson, P Zhang, ME Fuller, TD Scheibe, BJ Mailloux, TC Onstott, ...
Environmental science & technology 35 (1), 182-191, 2001
652001
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