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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010Application and Validation of ASTEC Code in the Analysis of Fission Product Release and Transport Processes taking Place in the Phebus and the STORM FacilityAMMIRABILE Luca; BIELIAUSKAS Arunas; BUJAN Albert; TOTH Bela; GYENES Gyorgy; DIENSTBIER Jiri; HERRANZ Luis; FONTANET Joan; REINKE Nils; RIZOIU Andrei, et alArticles in Journals
2008ASTEC V1.3 Code Assessment on the STORM Aerosols Mechanical REsuspension Test (A Fission Product Transport Study)BUJAN Albert; TOTH BELA; ZEYEN ROLANDEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2010ASTEC V1.3 Code SOPHAEROS Module Validation using the STORM ExperimentsBUJAN Albert; AMMIRABILE Luca; BIELIAUSKAS Arunas; TOTH BelaArticles in Journals
2008ASTEC V1.3rev2 Code Application on Medium Cold Leg Break Accident for a Reference PWR 1000 ReactorBUJAN Albert; AMMIRABILE Luca; SLABY Jozef; BIELIAUSKAS ArunasEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2011ASTEC V2.0 Computational Evaluation of Source Term and its Chemical Forms under Accidental Conditions During Mid-loop OperationBUJAN Albert; AMMIRABILE Luca; SLABY JozefArticles in Journals
2010Interpretation of the Phébus FPT0 and FPT1 Circuit Results using the SOPHAEROS/ASTEC V1 ModuleBUJAN Albert; TOTH Bela; BIELIAUSKAS ARUNAS; ZEYEN ROLAND; HOUSIADAS ChristosArticles in Journals
2005Overview of ASTEC Topic After 19 MonthsMUELLER Klaus; BUJAN Albert; TOTH BELA; GYENES Gyorgy; DORSSELAERE J.-P.Contributions to Conferences
2013SEVERE ACCIDENT STUDY OF MEDIUM COLD LEG BREAK ACCIDENT FOR A REFERENCE PWR 1000 REACTOR USING ASTEC CODEAMMIRABILE Luca; BUJAN AlbertContributions to Conferences
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