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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2007Design of the On-line Fission Gas Release Analysis System in the High Flux Reactor PettenLAURIE MATHIAS; MARMIER ALAIN; BERG GERARDUS; FUETTERER MICHAELContributions to Conferences
2006Fragmentation of Coated Particle Fuel Using Welding TechniquesFUETTERER MICHAEL; BERG GERARDUSContributions to Conferences
2006Irradiation Results of AVR Fuel Pebbles at Increased Temperature and Burn-Up in the HFR PettenFUETTERER MICHAEL; BERG GERARDUS; MARMIER ALAIN; TOSCANO ENRIQUE; BAKKER KLAASContributions to Conferences
2012JRC's On-Line Fission Gas Release Monitoring System in the High Flux Reactor PettenLAURIE Mathias; FUETTERER Michael; APPELMAN Klaas; LAPETITE Jean-Marc; MARMIER Alain; BERG GerardusArticles in Journals
2010JRC's On-Line Fission Gas Release Monitoring System in the High Flux Reactor PettenLAURIE Mathias; FUETTERER Michael; APPELMAN Klaas; LAPETITE Jean-Marc; MARMIER Alain; BERG GerardusContributions to Conferences
2008Results of AVR Fuel Pebble Irradiation at Increased Temperature and Burn-up in the HFR PettenFUETTERER MICHAEL; BERG GERARDUS; MARMIER ALAIN; FREIS Daniel; BAKKER Klaas; DE GROOT Sander; TOSCANO E.Articles in Journals
2010Results of the HFR-EU1 Fuel Irradiation of INET and AVR Pebbles in the HFR PettenLAURIE Mathias; MARMIER Alain; BERG Gerardus; LAPETITE Jean-Marc; FUETTERER Michael; TANG ChunheContributions to Conferences
2010Results of the HFR-EU1 Fuel Irradiation of INET and AVR Pebbles in the HFR PettenLAURIE Mathias; MARMIER Alain; BERG Gerardus; LAPETITE Jean-Marc; FUETTERER Michael; TANG ChunheContributions to Conferences
2012Results of the HFR-EU1 Fuel Irradiation of INET and AVR Pebbles in the HFR PettenLAURIE Mathias; MARMIER Alain; BERG Gerardus; LAPETITE Jean-Marc; FUETTERER Michael; TANG ChunheArticles in Journals
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