Timo Heimovaara
Timo Heimovaara
Professor Environmental Geo-engineering, Delft University of Technology
Verified email at tudelft.nl
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Frequency domain analysis of time domain reflectometry waveforms: 1. Measurement of the complex dielectric permittivity of soils
TJ Heimovaara
Water Resources Research 30 (2), 189-199, 1994
406*1994
A computer‐controlled 36‐channel time domain reflectometry system for monitoring soil water contents
TJ Heimovaara, W Bouten
Water Resources Research 26 (10), 2311-2316, 1990
3291990
Design of triple‐wire time domain reflectometry probes in practice and theory
TJ Heimovaara
Soil Science Society of America Journal 57 (6), 1410-1417, 1993
2581993
Assessing temporal variations in soil water composition with time domain reflectometry
TJ Heimovaara, AG Focke, W Bouten, JM Verstraten
Soil Science Society of America Journal 59 (3), 689-698, 1995
2401995
Spatial patterns of throughfall and soil water dynamics in a Douglas fir stand
W Bouten, TJ Heimovaara, A Tiktak
Water Resources Research 28 (12), 3227-3233, 1992
1631992
Obtaining the spatial distribution of water content along a TDR probe using the SCEM-UA Bayesian inverse modeling scheme
TJ Heimovaara, JA Huisman, JA Vrugt, W Bouten
Vadose Zone Journal 3 (4), 1128-1145, 2004
1142004
Frequency‐dependent dielectric permittivity from 0 to 1 GHz: Time domain reflectometry measurements compared with frequency domain network analyzer measurements
TJ Heimovaara, EJG De Winter, WKP Van Loon, DC Esveld
Water Resources Research 32 (12), 3603-3610, 1996
1101996
TDR calibration of organic forest floor media
MG Schaap, L De Lange, TJ Heimovaara
Soil Technology 11 (2), 205-217, 1997
891997
Nonequilibrium capillarity effects in two‐phase flow through porous media at different scales
S Bottero, SM Hassanizadeh, PJ Kleingeld, TJ Heimovaara
Water Resources Research 47 (10), 2011
852011
Biofilm development and the dynamics of preferential flow paths in porous media
S Bottero, T Storck, TJ Heimovaara, MCM van Loosdrecht, MV Enzien, ...
Biofouling 29 (9), 1069-1086, 2013
602013
Unconventional gas research initiative for clean energy transition in Europe
R Weijermars, G Drijkoningen, TJ Heimovaara, ESJ Rudolph, GJ Weltje, ...
Journal of Natural gas science and Engineering 3 (2), 402-412, 2011
582011
Applying MICP by denitrification in soils: a process analysis
VP Pham, A Nakano, WRL Van Der Star, TJ Heimovaara, ...
Environmental Geotechnics 5 (2), 79-93, 2016
562016
Comparison of travel time analysis and inverse modeling for soil water content determination with time domain reflectometry
JA Huisman, AH Weerts, TJ Heimovaara, W Bouten
Water Resources Research 38 (6), 13-1-13-8, 2002
562002
Time domain reflectometry in soil science: Theoretical backgrounds, measurements and models
TJ Heimovaara
na, 1993
481993
A computer controlled TDR system for measuring water content and bulk electrical conductivity of soils
TJ Heimovaara
Lab. of Physical Geography and Soil Science 41, 1996
421996
Formation damage and impact on gas flow caused by biofilms growing within proppant packing used in hydraulic fracturing
S Bottero, C Picioreanu, M Enzien, MC Van Loosdrecht, H Bruining, ...
SPE international symposium and exhibition on formation damage control, 2010
392010
Characterization of a heterogeneous landfill using seismic and electrical resistivity data
LA Konstantaki, R Ghose, D Draganov, G Diaferia, T Heimovaara
Geophysics 80 (1), EN13-EN25, 2015
352015
Alexander Begg's Red River Journal and Other Papers Relative to the Red River Resistance of 1869-1870
A Begg
Champlain Society, 2013
312013
Frequency domain modeling of TDR waveforms in order to obtain frequency-dependent dielectric properties of soil samples: A theoretical approach
TJ Heimovaara
Proceeding of the TDR, 5-8, 2001
292001
Comments on “Time domain reflectometry measurements of water content and electrical conductivity of layered soil columns”
TJ Heimovaara
Soil Science Society of America Journal 56 (5), 1657-1658, 1992
271992
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