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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010A Comparison of Test Methods for the Measurement of Hydrogen Sensor Response and Recovery TimesBRETT Lois; BLACK GRAINNE; MORETTO Pietro; BOUSEK JaroslavArticles in Journals
2011Hydrogen Sensors - A reviewHUEBERT Thomas; BRETT Lois; BLACK GRAINNE; BANACH UlrichArticles in Journals
2010Identifying Performance Gaps in Hydrogen Safety Sensor Technology for Automotive and Stationary ApplicationsBRETT Lois; BOUSEK Jaroslav; BLACK GRAINNE; MORETTO Pietro; CASTELLO Paolo; HUEBERT Thomas; BANACH UlrichArticles in Journals
2012Inter-laboratory Assessment of Hydrogen Safety Sensors Performance under Anaerobic ConditionsBUTTNER William; BURGESS Robert; RIVKIN C.; POST Matthew; BRETT Lois; BLACK Grainne; HARSKAMP Frederik; MORETTO PietroContributions to Conferences
2010Methods for Response and Recovery Time Measurement of Hydrogen SensorsBLACK GRAINNE; BRETT Lois; MORETTO Pietro; BOUSEK JaroslavContributions to Conferences
2010Performance Testing of a MOSFET SensorBLACK GRAINNE; BRETT Lois; MORETTO Pietro; BOUSEK JaroslavContributions to Conferences
2011Tips on Choosing a Hydrogen Safety SensorBRETT Lois; BLACK Grainne; MORETTO Pietro; BOUSEK JaroslavContributions to Conferences
2011Use of Hydrogen Safety Sensors Under Anaerobic Conditions – Impact of Oxygen Content on Sensor PerformanceBUTTNER William; BURGESS Robert; RIVKIN C.; POST Matthew; BRETT Lois; BLACK Grainne; HARSKAMP Frederik; MORETTO PietroContributions to Conferences
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