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Student assignments - Lehrstuhl für Hydromechanik und Hydrosystemmodellierung

Dear Students,

thanks for your interest in working with us for your student assignments.

Unfortunately, we cannot always keep a list of current topics up-to-date. Below the topic's list we provide a list of contact persons in different fields of your interest updated.

Please contact these colleagues yourself and ask for recent red-hot topics.

Or please contact Holger Class oder Rainer Helmig.

topiccontactBachelor's Thesis
Ind. Study, etc.
Master's Thesis
Literaturstudie und Vergleich von Kapillardruck-SättigungsmodellenFetzer, T.X 
Quantifying the influence of compositional and non-isothermal effects in CAESBecker, B. X
Experimental and numerical research in the process to produce carbon/carbon compositeHelmig, R. X
Numerische Ermittlung der Ergiebigkeit von Brunnen unter Berücksichtigung der Forchheimer-Gleichung und Darstellung der Ergebnisse in dimensionsloser FormHelmig, R. X
Calibration of a numerical model for enzymatic ureolysis-induced calcite precipitationHommel, J. X
Investigation of the effect of biomineralization on multi-phase flowHommel, J. X
Modelling a nuclear waste disposal siteSchneider, M. X
Comparative Study of different Pore-Network ModelsWeishaupt, K. X
Analytical and numerical investigations on the influence of the boundary layer during convective transport of dissolved CO2 in a water columnClass, H.XX
Experimental and numerical investigations on convective transport of dissolved CO2 in a quasi-2D flow cellClass, H.XX
Comparison of multi-component diffusion concepts in the context of fuel cellsHeck, K.XX
Untersuchung und Weiterentwicklung der in DuMuX implementierten FlachwassergleichungenSchneider, M.XX

these persons offer further topics:

Angewandte numerische SimulationHommel
  Fetzer
  Köppl
  Schneider
Grundlagen und ModellkonzepteHommel
  Fetzer
  Köppl
Anwendungen, kleine Projekte für die LehreHommel
  Köppl
sonstigesBecker
  Köppl
  Beck
  Flemisch
  Seitz
  Koch

Link list of already finished student assignements