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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2006Application of EMPA Data for the Development of the Code System TRANSURANUS and ALEPHHAECK W.; VERBOOMEN B.; SCHUBERT ARNDT; VAN UFFELEN PAUL; VAN DE LAAR JACQUES; GYOERI CsabaContributions to Conferences
2005Applying the TRANSURANUS Code to VVER Fuel under Accident ConditionsGYOERI Csaba; HOZER Z.; PEREZ-FERÓ E.; VAN UFFELEN PAUL; SCHUBERT ARNDT; VAN DE LAAR JACQUESContributions to Conferences
2006The Benefits of the FUMEX-II Project for Extending the Verification of the TRANSURANUS CodeVAN UFFELEN PAUL; SCHUBERT ARNDT; GYOERI Csaba; VAN DE LAAR JACQUESContributions to Conferences
2005A Feasibility Test for Improving the Cladding Behaviour Predictions in WWER Fuel Rods with TRANSURANUSSCHUBERT ARNDT; VAN UFFELEN PAUL; VAN DE LAAR JACQUES; GYOERI Csaba; ELENKOV D.Contributions to Conferences
2005Implementing Experimental Data on the Accidential Behaviour of the WWER Cladding Obtained at the AEKI in the TRANSURANUS Fuel Performance CodeGYOERI Csaba; VAN UFFELEN PAUL; SCHUBERT ARNDT; VAN DE LAAR JACQUES; HOZER Z.Contributions to Conferences
2005Status and Perspective of Fuel Performance Modelling at the Institute for Transuranium ElementsVAN UFFELEN PAUL; BRUYNOOGHE CHRISTIANE; GYOERI Csaba; JONNET Jerome; SCHUBERT ARNDT; VAN DE LAAR JACQUESContributions to Conferences
2006An Update of the Nuclear Fuel Behaviour Simulation under Loca Conditions with the TRANSURANUS CodeGYOERI Csaba; VAN UFFELEN PAUL; SCHUBERT ARNDT; VAN DE LAAR JACQUES; SPYKMAN G.; HOZER Z.Contributions to Conferences
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