János Józsa
János Józsa
Rector, Professor, Head of Department, Budapest University of Technology and Economics
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Water balance analysis for the Tonle Sap Lake–floodplain system
M Kummu, S Tes, S Yin, P Adamson, J Józsa, J Koponen, J Richey, ...
Hydrological Processes 28 (4), 1722-1733, 2014
1212014
New findings about the complementary relationship-based evaporation estimation methods
J Szilagyi, J Jozsa
Journal of Hydrology 354 (1-4), 171-186, 2008
832008
Mapping mean annual groundwater recharge in the Nebraska Sand Hills, USA
J Szilagyi, VA Zlotnik, JB Gates, J Jozsa
Hydrogeology Journal 19 (8), 1503-1513, 2011
672011
Influence of secondary settling tank performance on suspended solids mass balance in activated sludge systems
M Patziger, H Kainz, M Hunze, J Józsa
water research 46 (7), 2415-2424, 2012
502012
Adaptive quadtree model of shallow-flow hydrodynamics
AGL Borthwick, S Cruz León, J Jozsa
Journal of Hydraulic Research 39 (4), 413-424, 2001
492001
The shallow flow equations solved on adaptive quadtree grids
AGL Borthwick, S Cruz Leon, J Józsa
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 37 (6), 691-719, 2001
452001
Modified advection-aridity model of evapotranspiration
J Szilagyi, MT Hobbins, J Jozsa
Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 14 (6), 569-574, 2009
432009
Solution-adaptivity in modelling complex shallow flows
T Krámer, J Józsa
Computers & Fluids 36 (3), 562-577, 2007
432007
Net recharge vs. depth to groundwater relationship in the Platte River Valley of Nebraska, United States
J Szilagyi, VA Zlotnik, J Jozsa
Groundwater 51 (6), 945-951, 2013
392013
MODIS‐aided statewide net groundwater‐recharge estimation in Nebraska
J Szilagyi, J Jozsa
Groundwater 51 (5), 735-744, 2013
392013
Flow analysis of a river confluence with field measurements and RANS model with nested grid approach
S Baranya, NRB Olsen, J Józsa
River research and applications 31 (1), 28-41, 2015
372015
Numerical simulation of internal boundary-layer development and comparison with atmospheric data
J Józsa, B Milici, E Napoli
Boundary-layer meteorology 123 (1), 159-175, 2007
362007
Particle tracking velocimetry (PTV) and its application to analyse free surface flows in laboratory scale models
B Sokoray-Varga, J Józsa
Periodica Polytechnica Civil Engineering 52 (2), 63-71, 2008
302008
Mixing properties of a shallow basin due to wind-induced chaotic flow
M Pattantyús-Ábrahám, T Tél, T Krámer, J Józsa
Advances in Water Resources 31 (3), 525-534, 2008
282008
Shallow water modeling in small water bodies
RL Kolar, WG Gray
Proc. 8th Int. Conf. Comp. Meth. Water Res 149, 155, 1990
271990
Estimation of suspended sediment concentrations with ADCP in Danube River
S Baranya, J Józsa
Journal of Hydrology and Hydromechanics 61 (3), 232-240, 2013
252013
Remote-sensing based groundwater recharge estimates in the Danube-Tisza Sand Plateau Region of Hungary
J Szilágyi, Á Kovács, J Józsa
Journal of Hydrology and Hydromechanics 60 (1), 64-72, 2012
252012
Finite-size Lyapunov exponents: A new tool for lake dynamics
G Károlyi, M Pattantyús-Ábrahám, T Krámer, J Józsa, T Tél
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-Engineering and …, 2010
25*2010
Analytical solution of the coupled 2-D turbulent heat and vapor transport equations and the complementary relationship of evaporation
J Szilagyi, J Jozsa
Journal of Hydrology 372 (1-4), 61-67, 2009
252009
A calibration-free evapotranspiration mapping (CREMAP) technique
J Szilágyi, A Kovacs, J Jozsa
Evapotranspiration, 2011
232011
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