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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2003DISPLAY-2: a Two-Dimensional Shallow Layer Model for Dense Gas Dispersion Including Complex Features.VENETSANOS A.g.; BARTZIS J.; WUERTZ Jorgen; PAPAILIOU D.d.Articles in Journals
2006Environmental Data Exchange for Inland WaterHAASTRUP PALLE; WUERTZ JORGENArticles in books
2003Environmental Data Exchange for Inland Waters Using Independent Software Agents. Scientific Results in the Period July 2001 to June 2002.FELLUGA Bruno; GAUTHIER Thierry; GUNESH Anil; HAASTRUP Palle sten; NEOPHYTOU Constantinos; POSLAD Stefan; PREUX Dominique; PLINI Paolo; SANTOURIDIS Ilias; STJERHOLM Michael, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2007Environmental Data Exchange Network for Inland WaterHAASTRUP PALLE; WUERTZ JORGENBooks
1994Modelling the Effects of Obstacles on the Dispersion of Denser-than-Air GasesWUERTZ JorgenArticles in Journals
2006Performance Issues of Distributed SystemsWUERTZ JORGENArticles in books
1993Prediction of Ammonia Releases Using ADREA-HF CodeWUERTZ JorgenArticles in Journals
1993Simulation of the Thorney Island Dense Gas Trial No. 8 Using the Code ADREA-HFWUERTZ JorgenArticles in Journals
2001The SMEDIS Database and Validation Exercise.CARISSIMO B.; JAGGER S.f.; DAISH N.c.; HALFORD A.; SELMER-OLSEN S.; RIIKONEN K.; PERROUX J.m.; WUERTZ Jorgen; BARTZIS J.; DUIJM N.j., et alContributions to Conferences
2005The Water Framework Directive Final Intercalibration Register for Lakes, Rivers, Coastal and Transitional Waters: Overview and Analysis of Metadata.NOGES PEETER, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
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