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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1996Construction of an Electrode for Irradiated UO2 Fuel and Preliminary Results Concerning its Use in Aqueous SolutionsBOTTOMLEY Paul david william; WEGEN Detlef; COQUERELLE Michel clementArticles 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
2000EPMA of Melted UO2 Fuel Rods Irradiated to a Burn-up of 23 GWd/tU.BOTTOMLEY Paul david william; BREMIER Stephane; GLATZ Jean paul; WALKER Clive thomasContributions to Conferences
2000Examination of Melted Fuel Rods and Released Core Material from the First PHEBUS-FP Reactor Accident Experiment.BOTTOMLEY Paul david william; STALIOS Achilleas; GLATZ Jean paul; SAETMARK Birgit; WALKER Clive thomasArticles in Journals
1997Examination of Samples from a Simulated Reactor Accident (Phebus FP FPT0 Test).BOTTOMLEY Paul david william; STALIOS Achilleas; GLATZ Jean paul; SAETMARK Birgit; COQUERELLE Michel clementContributions to Conferences
2004Examination of the Plenum and Deposition Coupon of the PHEBUS FPT4 Test by Scanning Electron Microscopy and Photoemission Spectroscopy.BOTTOMLEY Paul david william; GOUDER Thomas; HUBER F.; PAPAIOANNOU Dimitrios; PELLOTTIERO DidierArticles in Journals
2001Microprobe Analysis and X-Ray Diffraction Analysis of a Degraded Fuel Bundle PHEBUS PFT1.BOTTOMLEY Paul david william; BREMIER Stephane; PAPAIOANNOU Dimitrios; WALKER Clive thomasContributions to Conferences
2001Use of UO2 Films for Electrochemical Studies.MISERQUE F.; GOUDER Thomas; WEGEN D. h.; BOTTOMLEY Paul david williamArticles in Journals
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