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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011European Lead Fast Reactor - ELSYALEMBERTI Alessandro; CARLSSON Johan; MALAMBU Edouard; ORDEN Alfredo; STRUWE Dankward; AGOSTINI Pietro; MONTI StefanoArticles in Journals
2013Generation IV Reactor Safety and Materials Research by the Institute for Energy and Transport at the European Commission’s Joint Research CentreTUCEK Kamil; TSIGE-TAMIRAT Haileyesus; AMMIRABILE Luca; LAZARO CHUECA AURELIO; GRAH ALEKSANDER; CARLSSON Johan; DOEDERLEIN JOHANN; OETTINGEN Mikołaj; FUETTERER Michael; D'AGATA Elio, et alArticles in Journals
2006Investigations of Alternative Steam Generator Location and Flatter Core Geometry for Lead-cooled Fast ReactorsCARLSSON JOHAN; TUCEK Kamil; WIDER HARTMUTContributions to Conferences
2010JRC-IE's Research on Gen IV SystemsTSIGE-TAMIRAT Haileyesus; RANGUELOVA Vesselina; FUETTERER Michael; AMMIRABILE Luca; CARLSSON Johan; D'AGATA Elio; LAURIE Mathias; MAGALLON DanielArticles in Journals
2009JRC-IE's Research on Safety of Gen IV SystemsTSIGE-TAMIRAT Haileyesus; RANGUELOVA Vesselina; FUETTERER Michael; AMMIRABILE Luca; CARLSSON Johan; D'AGATA Elio; LAURIE Mathias; MAGALLON DANIELContributions to Conferences
2006Lead-Cooled Breeders and Burners - Are the Latter Even Necessary?TUCEK Kamil; CARLSSON JOHAN; WIDER HARTMUTContributions to Conferences
2007Lead-Cooled Fast Reactors with Th-based Fuels - Neutronics and SafetyTUCEK Kamil; CARLSSON JOHAN; WIDER HARTMUTContributions to Conferences
2007Neutronic and Severe Safety Aspects of 1500 MWth Lead and Sodium Cooled Fast ReactorsTUCEK Kamil; CARLSSON JOHAN; VIDOVIC DRAGAN; WIDER HARTMUTContributions to Conferences
2011Parametric analyses of partial sub-assembly blockages of the 50 MWth gas cooled experimental technology and demonstrator reactor (ETDR)CARLSSON Johan; PAFFUMI ElenaArticles in Journals
2007Potential for the Near-Term Use of the Thorium Cycle in a Sustainable WayTUCEK KAMIL; CARLSSON JOHAN; WIDER HARTMUTContributions to Conferences
2012The Potential Impact of HTR and Nuclear Cogeneration in the European Energy Policy ContextFUETTERER Michael, et alContributions to Conferences
2005Renewed Interest in Lead Cooled Fast ReactorsWIDER HARTMUT, et alContributions to Conferences
2013Report on Innovative Financial Instruments for the Implementation of the SET Plan, First-Of-A-Kind projectsCARLSSON Johan, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2005Safety Investigation of Liquid-Metal-Cooled Nuclear Systems with Heat Exchanger in the Risers of Simple Flow-Path Pool DesignCARLSSON JOHAN, et alArticles in Journals
2006Sensitivity Analysis of Neutron Cross-Sections Considered for Design and Safety Studies of LFR and SFR Generation IV SystemsCARLSSON JOHAN, et alContributions to Conferences
2007Sensitivity Study of the Unprotected Loss-Of-Flow Accident for the EFIT ReactorBOLADO LAVIN RICARDO, et alContributions to Conferences
2007Severe Accident Considerations for the Lead-Cooled Fast ReactorCARLSSON JOHAN, et alContributions to Conferences
2012Study on the state of play of energy efficiency of heat and electricity production technologiesVATOPOULOS KONSTANINOS, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2005Study on Unprotected Transients for LFRs of 600 MWe Power and Two Different Core Radii and HeightsTUCEK Kamil, et alContributions to Conferences
2007Synergy between Fast Reactors and Thermal Breeders for Safe, Clean, and Sustainable Nuclear PowerWIDER HARTMUT, et alContributions to Conferences
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