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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010Benchmark Study on Fuel Bundle Degradation in the PHEBUS FPT2 Test Using State-of-the-Art Severe Accident Analysis CodesTOTH Bela; BIELIAUSKAS ARUNAS; BANDINI G.; BIRCHLEY J.; WADA H; HOHORST J; JAMOND Claude; TRAMBAUER KlausArticles in Journals
2014Code assessment and modelling for Design Basis Accident Analysis of the European sodium fast reactor design. Part I: System description, modelling and benchmarkingLAZARO CHUECA AURELIO; AMMIRABILE Luca; BANDINI G.; DARMET G.; MASSARA S.; DUFOUR Ph.; TOSELLO A.; GALLEGO Eduardo; JIMENEZ G.; MIKITYUK K., et alArticles in Journals
2005Core Loss During a Severe Accident (COLOSS)ADROGUER B.; BERTRAND F.; CHATELARD P.; COCUAUD N.; VAN DORSSELAERE J.p.; BELLENFANT L.; KNOCKE D.; BOTTOMLEY PAUL; VRTILKOVA V.; BELOVSKY L., et alArticles in Journals
2003Core Loss during a Severe Accident (COLOSS).ADROGUER B.; CHATELARD Patrick; DORSSELAERE J.p.; DURIEZ C.; COCUAUD N.; BELLENFANT L.; BOTTOMLEY Paul david william; VRTILKOVA V.; MUELLER Klaus; HERING W., et alArticles in Journals
2013The European JASMIN Project for the Development of a New Safety Simulation Code, ASTEC-Na, for Na-cooled Fast Neutron ReactorsGIRAULT N.; VAN DORSSELAERE J.p.; JACQ F.; BRILLANT G.; KISSANE Martin; BANDINI G.; BUCK M.; CHAMPIGNY J.; HERING W.; PEREZ-MARTIN S., et alContributions to Conferences
2001Investigation of Core Degradation (COBE).SHEPHERD Iain maxwe ll; HASTE Timothy; KOURTI Naouma; ORIOLO Francesco; LEONARDI M.; KNORR J.; KRETSCHMER S.; UMBREIT Michael; ADROGUER B.; HOFMANN Peter, et alArticles in Journals
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