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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2005European Expert Network for the Reduction of Uncertainties in Severe Accident Safety Issues (EURSAFE)MAGALLON DANIEL; ZEYEN ROLAND; ANNUNZIATO ALESSANDRO; MAILLIAT A.; SEILER J.-M.; ATKHEN K.; SJOEVALL H.; DICKINSON S.; JAKAB J.; MEYER L., et alArticles in Journals
2006Iodine Behaviour under LWR Accident Conditions: Lessons Learnt from Analyses of the First Two Phebus FP TestsGIRAULT N.; DICKINSON S.; FUNKE F.; AUVINEN A.; HERRANZ L.; KRAUSMANN ELISABETHArticles in Journals
2005Radiolytic Oxidation of Iodine in the Containment - Current StatusGUILBERT S.; RAISON PHILIPPE; HERRANZ L.; DICKINSON S.; HERVOUET C.; CANTREL L.Contributions to Conferences
2009SARNET integrated European Severe Accident Research - Conclusions in the Source Term AreaHASTE T.; GIORDANO Pietro; HERRANZ L.; GIRAULT N.; DUBOURG Roland; SABROUX J.-C.; CANTREL L.; BOTTOMLEY Paul; PAROZZI F.; AUVINEN A., et alArticles in Journals
2005Thematic Network for a Phebus FPT1 International Standard Problem (THENPHEBISP)CLEMENT B.; HASTE T; KRAUSMANN ELISABETH; DICKINSON S.; GYENES GYORGY; DUSPIVA J.; DE ROSA F.; PACI S.; MARTIN-FUERTES F.; SCHOLYTSSEK W., et alArticles in Journals
2003Validation of Severe Accident Codes against PHEBUS FP for Plant Applications: Status of the PHEBEN2 Project.JONES Alan victor; DICKINSON S.; DE PASCALE C.; HANNIET N.; HERRANZ L.; HENNEGES G.; DE ROSA F.; LANGHANS J.; HOUSIADAS Christos; WICHERS V., et alArticles in Journals
2008Validation of Severe Accident Codes on the Phebus Fission Product Tests in the Framework of the PHEBEN-2 ProjectDICKINSON S.; DE PASCALE C.; GIRAULT N.; HERRANZ L.; DE ROSA D.; HENNEGES G.; LANGHANS J.; HOUSIADAS C.; WICHERS V.; DEHBI A., et alArticles in Journals
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