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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2012High Intensity Positron Source at HFR: Basic Concept, Scoring and Design OptimisationTUCEK Kamil; DEBARBERIS Luigi; HOGENBIRK A.; ZEMAN AndrejArticles in Journals
2005HIPOS Calculations with MCNPX: First ResultsTUCEK Kamil; DAQUINO GIUSEPPE GIOVANNIContributions to Conferences
2007The IAEA CRP on Studies of Advanced Reactor Technology Options for Effective Incineration of Radioactive WasteMASCHEK W; STANCULESCU A; ARIEN B; BAI Y; CHABERT Ch; CHEBESKOV A; CHEN X; DA CRUZ D; DEKOUSSAR V; DEVAN K, et alContributions to Conferences
2013Implementation of thermodynamic properties of lead in the TRACE system code towards its integration in a full-scope platform for safety assessmentsLAZARO CHUECA AURELIO; TUCEK Kamil; AMMIRABILE Luca; MARTORELL S.; VERDU G.Contributions to Conferences
2007Improving the Safety of Minor Actinide Burning in Fast ReactorsTUCEK KAMIL; WIDER HARTMUTContributions to Conferences
2006Investigations of Alternative Steam Generator Location and Flatter Core Geometry for Lead-cooled Fast ReactorsCARLSSON JOHAN; TUCEK Kamil; WIDER HARTMUTContributions 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
2012Performance Characterisation and Optimisation of the HIPOS Positron Generator SetupTUCEK Kamil; DAQUINO G.; DEBARBERIS Luigi; HOGENBIRK A.; ZEMAN AndrejArticles in Journals
2007Potential for the Near-Term Use of the Thorium Cycle in a Sustainable WayTUCEK KAMIL; CARLSSON JOHAN; WIDER HARTMUTContributions to Conferences
2008Report on Intermediate Results of the IAEA CRP on "Studies of Advanced Reactor Technology Options for Effective Incineration of Radioactive Waste"MASCHEK W; STANCULESCU A; ARIEN B; BAI Y; CHABERT Ch; CHEBESKOV A; CHEN X; DA CRUZ D; DEKOUSSAR V; DEVAN K, et alArticles in Journals
2010Revisiting the Concept of HTR Wallpaper FuelMARMIER Alain; FUETTERER Michael; TUCEK Kamil; DE HAAS Han; KUIJPER Jim C.; KLOOSTERMAN Jan LeenArticles in Journals
2008Revisiting the Concept of HTR Wallpaper FuelMARMIER ALAIN; FUETTERER MICHAEL; TUCEK KAMIL; DE HAAS Johannes; KUIJPER Jim; KLOOSTERMAN Jan LeenContributions to Conferences
2012Safety Requirements for Design and Safety Assessment of HTGR and Fast ReactorsREITSMA F.; CHELLAPANDI P.; TUCEK Kamil; TRICOT N.Contributions to Conferences
2013Scoring analysis of design, verification and optimization of high intensity positron source (HIPOS)ZEMAN A.; TUCEK Kamil; DAQUINO G.; DEBARBERIS Luigi; HOGENBIRK A.Articles in Journals
2006Sensitivity Analysis of Neutron Cross-Sections Considered for Design and Safety Studies of LFR and SFR Generation IV SystemsCARLSSON JOHAN; WIDER HARTMUT; TUCEK KamilContributions to Conferences
2007Severe Accident Considerations for the Lead-Cooled Fast ReactorCARLSSON JOHAN; TUCEK KAMIL; WIDER HARTMUTContributions to Conferences
2007Studies of an Accelerator-driven Transuranium Burner with Hafnium-based Inert Matrix FuelTUCEK Kamil; JOLKKONEN Mikael; WALLENIUS Janne; GUDOWSKI WaclawArticles in Journals
2005Study on Unprotected Transients for LFRs of 600 MWe Power and Two Different Core Radii and HeightsTUCEK Kamil; WIDER HARTMUT; CARLSSON JOHANContributions to Conferences
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