Thomas Pähtz
Thomas Pähtz
Research Professor, Institute of Port, Coastal and Offshore Engineering, Zhejiang University
Verified email at zju.edu.cn
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Why do particle clouds generate electric charges?
T Pähtz, HJ Herrmann, T Shinbrot
Nature Physics 6 (5), 364-368, 2010
1482010
The apparent roughness of a sand surface blown by wind from an analytical model of saltation
T Pähtz, JF Kok, HJ Herrmann
New Journal of Physics 14 (4), 043035, 2012
632012
Flux Saturation Length of Sediment Transport
T Pähtz, JF Kok, EJR Parteli, HJ Herrmann
Physical Review Letters 111 (21), 218002, 2013
602013
Midair Collisions Enhance Saltation
MV Carneiro, NAM Araújo, T Pähtz, HJ Herrmann
Physical Review Letters 111 (5), 058001, 2013
592013
Jump at the Onset of Saltation
MV Carneiro, T Pähtz, HJ Herrmann
Physical Review Letters 107 (9), 098001, 2011
552011
Fluid forces or impacts: What governs the entrainment of soil particles in sediment transport mediated by a Newtonian fluid?
T Pähtz, O Durán
Physical Review Fluids 2 (7), 074303, 2017
302017
The Cessation Threshold of Nonsuspended Sediment Transport Across Aeolian and Fluvial Environments
T Pähtz, O Durán
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 123 (8), 1638-1666, 2018
282018
Electric Field and Humidity Trigger Contact Electrification
Y Zhang, T Pähtz, Y Liu, X Wang, R Zhang, Y Shen, R Ji, B Cai
Physical Review X 5 (1), 011002, 2015
232015
Analytical model for flux saturation in sediment transport
T Pähtz, EJR Parteli, JF Kok, HJ Herrmann
Physical Review E 89 (5), 052213, 2014
232014
The physics of sediment transport initiation, cessation, and entrainment across aeolian and fluvial environments
T Pähtz, AH Clark, M Valyrakis, O Durán
Reviews of Geophysics 58 (1), e2019RG000679, 2020
202020
Discrete Element Method simulations of the saturation of aeolian sand transport
T Pähtz, A Omeradžić, MV Carneiro, NAM Araújo, HJ Herrmann
Geophysical Research Letters 42 (6), 2063–2070, 2015
202015
Well-balanced and flexible morphological modeling of swash hydrodynamics and sediment transport
P Hu, W Li, Z He, T Pähtz, Z Yue
Coastal Engineering 96, 27–37, 2015
192015
The Critical Role of the Boundary Layer Thickness for the Initiation of Aeolian Sediment Transport
T Pähtz, M Valyrakis, XH Zhao, ZS Li
Geosciences 8 (9), 314, 2018
152018
Is it appropriate to model turbidity currents with the three-equation model?
P Hu, T Pähtz, Z He
Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 120 (7), 1153-1170, 2015
152015
Local Rheology Relation with Variable Yield Stress Ratio across Dry, Wet, Dense, and Dilute Granular Flows
T Pähtz, O Durán, DN de Klerk, I Govender, M Trulsson
Physical Review Letters 123 (4), 048001, 2019
122019
Universal friction law at granular solid-gas transition explains scaling of sediment transport load with excess fluid shear stress
T Pähtz, O Durán
Physical Review Fluids 3 (10), 104302, 2018
122018
An optimized dispersion-relation-preserving combined compact difference scheme to solve advection equations
CH Yu, D Wang, Z He, T Pähtz
Journal of Computational Physics 300, 92-115, 2015
122015
Modeling of Breaching Due to Overtopping Flow and Waves Based on Coupled Flow and Sediment Transport
Z He, P Hu, L Zhao, G Wu, T Pähtz
Water 7 (8), 4283-4304, 2015
122015
The fluctuation energy balance in non-suspended fluid-mediated particle transport
T Pähtz, O Durán, TD Ho, A Valance, JF Kok
Physics of Fluids 27 (1), 013303, 2015
92015
Unification of Aeolian and Fluvial Sediment Transport Rate from Granular Physics
T Pähtz, O Durán
Physical Review Letters 124 (16), 168001, 2020
82020
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