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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011The Significance of Boric Acid during a LWR Severe Accident and the Repercussions for Experimental RepresentativityKISSANE Martin; BOWSHER B. R.; DROSSINOS Ioannis; POWERS D. A.; HUEBER C.Contributions to Conferences
2009Size-Distribution Dependent Lung Deposition of Diesel Exhaust ParticlesALFOLDY Balint; GIECHASKIEL Barouch; HOFMANN Werner; DROSSINOS IoannisArticles in Journals
2000Slip-Flow Heat Transfer in Circular Tubes.EZQUERRA LARRODE Francisco; HOUSIADAS Christos; DROSSINOS IoannisArticles in Journals
2012Spatial dynamics of airborne infectious diseasesROBINSON MARGUERITE; STILIANAKIS Nikolaos; DROSSINOS IoannisArticles in Journals
2009Stochastic Transport of Particles in Straining FlowsSWAILES David C; AMMAR Yasmine; REEKS Michael W; DROSSINOS IoannisArticles in Journals
2010Theoretical Investigation of Volatile Removal Efficiency of Particle Number Measurement SystemsGIECHASKIEL Barouch; DROSSINOS IoannisArticles in books
2005Thermophoretic Deposition in Tube FlowDROSSINOS IOANNIS; HOUSIADAS ChristosArticles in Journals
2008Time Evolution of the Aggregate Fractal Dimension from Langevin DynamicsISELLA Lorenzo; DROSSINOS IoannisContributions to Conferences
2001Translational Invariance in Nucleation Theories. Theoretical Formulation.DROSSINOS Ioannis; KEVREKIDIS P.g.; GEORGOPOULOS P.g.Articles in Journals
1999A Unified Kinetic Approach to Binary Nucleation.KEVREKIDIS P.g.; LAZARIDIS Mihalis; DROSSINOS Ioannis; GEORGOPOULOS P.g.Articles in Journals
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