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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2006Modal Structure of the Fine Urban Aerosol in four European CitiesELEFTHERIADIS Kostas; VRATOLIS S.; HOUSIADAS Christos; SMOLIK Jiri; ZDIMAL Vladimir; SCHWARZ J.; WAGNER Z.; LAZARIDIS Mihalis; ONDRACEK J.; HUSSEIN T., et alContributions to Conferences
1999Numerical Evaluation of the Graetz Series.HOUSIADAS Christos; EZQUERRA LARRODE Francisco; DROSSINOS IoannisArticles in Journals
2010Progress in understanding key aerosol issuesHERRANZ L.; BALL J.; AUVINEN A.; BOTTOMLEY Paul; DEHBI A.; HOUSIADAS Christos; PILUSO P.; LAYLY V.; PAROZZI F.; REEKS Michael WArticles in Journals
2000Slip-Flow Heat Transfer in Circular Tubes.EZQUERRA LARRODE Francisco; HOUSIADAS Christos; DROSSINOS IoannisArticles in Journals
1997Testing of a Water Vapour Cold Trap for Atmospheric Air DetritiationHOUSIADAS ChristosContributions to Conferences
2005Thermophoretic Deposition in Tube FlowDROSSINOS IOANNIS; HOUSIADAS ChristosArticles in Journals
2001Two-Dimensional Effects in Thermophoretic Particle Deposition: the PHEBUS-FP Steam Generator.HOUSIADAS Christos; MUELLER Karl; CARLSSON J.Contributions to Conferences
2003Validation of Severe Accident Codes against PHEBUS FP for Plant Applications. Status of the PHEBEN2 Project.JONES Alan victor; DICKINSON Shirley; DE PASCALE C.; HANNIET N.; HERRANZ L.; DE ROSA F.; HENNEGES H.; LANGHANS J.; HOUSIADAS Christos; WICHERS V., et alArticles in Journals
2003Validation of Severe Accident Codes against PHEBUS FP for Plant Applications: Status of the PHEBEN2 Project.JONES Alan victor; DICKINSON S.; DE PASCALE C.; HANNIET N.; HERRANZ L.; HENNEGES G.; DE ROSA F.; LANGHANS J.; HOUSIADAS Christos; WICHERS V., et alArticles in Journals
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