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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011The Results of the Irradiation Experiment HELIOSD'AGATA Elio; LAPETITE Jean-Marc; KLAASSEN Frodo; KNOL Steven; SCIOLLA Carla; SOMERS Joseph; FERNANDEZ CARRETERO Asuncion; BONNEROT Jean-Marc; DELAGE FabienneArticles in Journals
2007Structural Investigations on an Aged Americium Transmutation FuelWALTER Marcus; SOMERS JOSEPH; FERNANDEZ CARRETERO ASUNCION; HAAS DIDIER; DARDENNE P.; DENECKE M.Contributions to Conferences
2007Structure of Yttria Stabilized Zirconia Beads Produced by Gel Supported PrecipitationWALTER Marcus; SOMERS JOSEPH; FERNANDEZ CARRETERO ASUNCION; SPECHT E.d.; HUNN J.d.; BOULET Pascal; DENECKE M.; GOEBEL C.Articles in Journals
2013Synthesis of (Zr, Y,Am)O2-x transmutation targetsNAESTREN Catharina; STAICU Dragos; SOMERS Joseph; FERNANDEZ CARRETERO AsuncionArticles in Journals
2013Synthesis route for the safe production of targets for transmutation of plutonium and minor actinidesNÄSTREN C.; FERNANDEZ CARRETERO Asuncion; SOMERS JosephArticles in Journals
2008Thermal Properties of Cermets Fuels for P&T ConceptsSTAICU Dragos; HIERNAUT Jean-Pol; SOMERS Joseph; FERNANDEZ CARRETERO Asuncion; COLLE Jean-Yves; NAISSE Frederic; NAESTREN C.; RONDINELLA VincenzoContributions to Conferences
2011Vaporisation of Candidate Nuclear Fuels and Targets for Transmutation of Minor ActinidesGOTCU Petronela; HIERNAUT Jean-Pol; COLLE Jean-Yves; NÄSTREN A.; FERNANDEZ CARRETERO Asuncion; KONINGS RudyArticles in Journals
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