Michael Mair
Michael Mair
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Cascade vulnerability for risk analysis of water infrastructure
R Sitzenfrei, M Mair, M Möderl, W Rauch
Water Science and Technology 64 (9), 1885-1891, 2011
302011
GIS-based applications of sensitivity analysis for sewer models
M Mair, R Sitzenfrei, M Kleidorfer, M Möderl, W Rauch
Water science and technology 65 (7), 1215-1222, 2012
282012
DynaMind–A softwaretool for integrated modelling of urban environments and their infrastructure
C Urich, G Burger, M Mair, W Rauch
10th International Conference on Hydroinformatics 14, 18, 2012
252012
Modelling transitions in urban water systems
W Rauch, C Urich, PM Bach, BC Rogers, FJ de Haan, RR Brown, M Mair, ...
Water research 126, 501-514, 2017
232017
GIS based applications of sensitivity analysis for water distribution models
M Möderl, C Hellbach, R Sitzenfrei, M Mair, A Lukas, E Mayr, R Perfler, ...
World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2011: Bearing Knowledge for …, 2011
192011
Modeling dynamic expansion of water distribution systems for new urban developments
R Sitzenfrei, M Möderl, M Mair, W Rauch
World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2012: Crossing Boundaries …, 2012
162012
Identifying hydropower potential in water distribution systems of alpine regions
M Möderl, R Sitzenfrei, M Mair, H Jarosch, W Rauch
World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2012: Crossing Boundaries …, 2012
162012
Where to find water pipes and sewers?—On the correlation of infrastructure networks in the urban environment
M Mair, J Zischg, W Rauch, R Sitzenfrei
Water 9 (2), 146, 2017
142017
Spanning tree-based algorithm for generating water distribution network sets by using street network data sets
M Mair, W Rauch, R Sitzenfrei
World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2014, 465-474, 2014
132014
Identifying multi utility network similarities
M Mair, R Sitzenfrei, M Möderl, W Rauch
World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2012: Crossing Boundaries …, 2012
132012
Performance improvement with parallel numerical model simulations in the field of urban water management
M Mair, R Sitzenfrei, M Kleidorfer, W Rauch
Journal of Hydroinformatics 16 (2), 477–486, 2014
122014
The application of a Web-geographic information system for improving urban water cycle modelling
M Mair, C Mikovits, M Sengthaler, M Schöpf, H Kinzel, C Urich, ...
Water Science and Technology 70 (11), 1838-1846, 2014
112014
Improving Incomplete Water Distribution System Data
M Mair, W Rauch, R Sitzenfrei
Procedia Engineering 70, 1055–1062, 2014
102014
Enabling efficient and sustainable transitions of water distribution systems under network structure uncertainty
J Zischg, M Mair, W Rauch, R Sitzenfrei
Water 9 (9), 715, 2017
82017
Assessing model structure uncertainties in water distribution models
R Sitzenfrei, M Mair, K Diao, W Rauch
World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2014, 515-524, 2014
72014
Workflow conversion and processing in the askalon grid environment
M Mair, J Qin, M Wieczorek, T Fahringer
2nd Austrian Grid Symposium, 67-80, 2007
72007
Relocating a city, challenges and opportunities for the transition of the water infrastructure in Kiruna
G Leonhardt, T Kuzniecow Bacchin, M Mair, J Zischg, S Ljung, B Rogers, ...
UDM2015, 10th International Urban Drainage Modelling Conference, Mont-Sainte …, 2015
62015
Scientific computing in urban water management
R Sitzenfrei, M Kleidorfer, M Meister, G Burger, C Urich, M Mair, W Rauch
Computational engineering, 173-193, 2014
62014
Stochastic performance assessment and optimization strategies of the water supply network transition of Kiruna during city relocation
J Zischg, M Mair, W Rauch, R Sitzenfrei
World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2015, 853-862, 2015
42015
Calimero-A model independent and generalised tool for autocalibration
M Kleidorfer, H Furumai, G Leonhardt, M Mair, DT McCarthy, H Kinzel, ...
International Conference on Urban Drainage Modelling and International …, 2009
42009
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