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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2007Component Qualification Procedures in Relation to Large Fire Scenarios in Nuclear InstallationsCONTRI PAOLO; BRUYNOOGHE CHRISTIANE; DUCHAC ALEXANDERContributions to Conferences
2011Disturbances in the European Nuclear Power Plant Safety Related Electrical SystemsDUCHAC Alexander; NOEL MARCArticles in Journals
2007Energy and Research in the European UnionDUCHAC ALEXANDER; BIETH MICHEL; MANNA GIUSTINOContributions to Conferences
2013European Clearinghouse : Events Related to Emergency Diesel Generators: Summary Report of a European Clearinghouse Topical StudyKANCEV DUSKO; DUCHAC AlexanderEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2012European Clearinghouse: Report on ageing related eventsDUCHAC AlexanderEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2007Lessons Learned from Implementation of the European Commission TACIS/PHARE Safety Upgrading Projects related to I&CDUCHAC ALEXANDER; BIETH MICHELContributions to Conferences
2011Operation of Ageing Reactors: Approaches and associated Research in the European UnionDUCHAC Alexander; BRUYNOOGHE Christiane; MARTIN OliverEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2012An overview of TACIS and PHARE nuclear safety projects related to thermalhydraulicsPLA FREIXA PATRICIA; FARRAR Brian; DUCHAC Alexander; BIETH MichelArticles in Journals
2010Upgrading In-Service Inspection of Russian Designed Nuclear Power ReactorsBIETH Michel; DUCHAC AlexanderContributions to Conferences
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