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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1998Materials Research on Inert Matrices : A Screening Study.MATZKE Hj.; RONDINELLA Vincenzo vito; WISS ThierryContributions to Conferences
1997Observation of a High Burnup Rim-Type Structure in an Advanced Plutonium-Uranium Carbide Fuel.RAY Ian leslie; MATZKE Hj.Articles in Journals
2005On the Burn-up Threshold and Temperature Limit for the Formation of the High Burn-up Structure in UO2 Nuclear Fuel.WALKER Clive thomas; BREMIER Stephane; MATZKE Hj.; RONDINELLA Vincenzo vito; WISS T.a.g.; THIELE H.Articles in Journals
1998Optimization of Inert Matrix Fuel Concepts for Americium Transmutation.CHAUVIN N.; KONINGS R. j. m.; MATZKE Hj.Contributions to Conferences
1996Origin of the Second Length Scale Found above TN in UO2WATSON G.m.; GAULIN B.d.; GIBBS Doon; LANDER Gerard heath; THURSTON T.r.; SIMPSON P.j.; MATZKE Hj.Articles in Journals
1996The Plutonium Issue: Materials Science Aspects of Going MOX and Alternative SolutionsMATZKE Hj.; VAN GEEL JacobusContributions to Conferences
1996A Pragmatic Approach to Modelling Thermal Conductivity of Irradiated UO2 Fuel. Review and RecommendationsLUCUTA P.g.; MATZKE Hj.; HASTINGS I.j.Articles in Journals
1997Quasiepitaxial Growth of a Monoclinic Phase on UO2 Single Crystals upon Leaching in H2O.NOWICKI L.; TUROS A.; CHOFFEL C.; FARRIDO F.; THOME L.; GACA J.; WOJCIK M.; MATZKE Hj.Articles in Journals
2001Radiation Damage and Simulated Fission Products Effects on the Properties of Inert Matrix Materials.RONDINELLA Vincenzo vito; WISS Thierry; MATZKE Hj.; MELE R.; BETTI Maria; LUCUTA P.g.Contributions to Conferences
1998Radiation Damage Effects in Cubic-Stabilized Zirconia Irradiated with 72 MeV I+ Ions.SICKAFUS K.e.; MATZKE Hj.; YASUDA K.; CHODAK P.; VERRALL R.a.; LUCUTA P.g.; ANDREWS R.; TUROS A.; FROMKNECHT R.; BAKER N.p.Articles in Journals
1999Radiation Damage Effects in Zirconia.SICKAFUS K.e.; MATZKE Hj.; HARTMANN Th.; YASUDA K.; VALDEZ J.a.; CHODAK P.; NASTASI M.; VERRALL R.a.Articles in Journals
1996Radiation Damage in Nuclear Fuel Materials: The RIM-Effect in UO2 and Damage in Inert Matrices for Transmutation of ActinidesMATZKE Hj.Contributions to Conferences
1996Radiation Damage in Spinel Single CrystalsTUROS A.; MATZKE Hj.; DRIGO A.; SAMBO A.; FALCONE R.Contributions to Conferences
1997Radiation Damage in UO2 by Swift Heavy Ions.WISS Thierry; MATZKE Hj.; TRAUTMANN C.; TOULEMONDE M.; KLAUMUENZER S.Contributions to Conferences
1998Radiation Effects in Crystalline Ceramics for the Immobilization of High-Level Nuclear Waste and Plutonium.WEBER W.j.; EWING R.c.; CATLOW C.r.a.; DIAZ DE LA RUBIA T.; HOBBS L.w.; KINOSHITA C.; MATZKE Hj.; MOTTA A.t.; NASTASI M.; SLJE E.h.k., et alArticles in Journals
1999Range, Energy Loss, Energy Straggling and Damage Production for Alpha-Particles in Uranium Dioxide.MATZKE Hj.Articles in Journals
2000Resonant X-Ray Scattering Studies of the Magnetic Structure near the Surface of an Antiferromagnet.WATSON G.m.; GIBBS Doon; LANDER Gerard heath; GAULIN B.d.; BERMAN L.e.; MATZKE Hj.; ELLIS W.p.Articles in Journals
1996Simulation of Fission Damage in UO2 and Study of the Behaviour of Xe in UO2MATZKE Hj.; WISS ThierryArticles in Journals
1996Structural Transformations in Leached Uranium DioxideTUROS A.; FALCONE R.; DRIGO A.; SAMBO A.; NOWICKI L.; MADI N.; JAGIELSI J.; MATZKE Hj.Articles in Journals
1996Studies on the Mechanism of Damage Creation and Track Formation in UO2 Induced by Swift Heavy IonsMATZKE Hj.; WISS ThierryArticles in Journals
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