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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2005Consolidation of Scientific and Technological Expertise to Assess the Reliability of Reactor Pressure Vessel Embrittlement Prediction in Particular for the Arctic Area Plant (COBRA)BALLESTEROS A.; BROS J.; DEBARBERIS LUIGI; SEVINI FILIPPO; ERAK D.; GEZASHCHENKO S.; KRYUKOV A.; SHTROMBAKH Y.; GOLOSCHAPOV S.; PYTKIN Y., et alArticles in Journals
2002Extended Analysis of VVER-1000 Surveillance Data.KRYUKOV Alexander; ERAK D.; DEBARBERIS Luigi; SEVINI Filippo; ACOSTA BeatrizArticles in Journals
2005Fluence Rate Effects on Irradiation Embrittlement of Model AlloysDEBARBERIS LUIGI; SEVINI FILIPPO; ACOSTA IBORRA BEATRIZ; KRYUKOV A.; ERAK D.Articles in Journals
2005Fluence Rate Effects on Irradiation Embrittlement of Model Alloys.DEBARBERIS Luigi; SEVINI Filippo; ACOSTA Beatriz; KRYOKOV A.; ERAK D.Articles in Journals
2011Irradiation Temperature, Flux and Spectrum EffectsBALLESTEROS AVILA ANTONIO; AHLSTRAND Ralf; BRUYNOOGHE Christiane; CHERNOBAEVA A.; KEVORKYAN Y.; ERAK D.; ZURKO D.Articles in Journals
2007Material Characterisation and Selection for the International Research Project PRIMAVERACHERNOBAEVA ANNA; SHTROMBAH J; KRJUKOV A; ERAK D.; PLATONOV P; NIKOLAEV J; KRASIKOV E.; DEBARBERIS LUIGI; KOHOPAA Jyrki; VALO M., et alArticles in Journals
2011Positron Annihilation Spectroscopy Study of Materials for Reactor VesselsGRAFUTIN V.; PROKOPYEV E.; KRSJAK VLADIMIR; BURCL Rudolf; HAEHNER Peter; ZEMAN Andrej; ILUYKHINA O.; ERAK D.; MOGILEVSKIJ M.; MYASYSHCHEVA G., et alArticles in Journals
2010Study of PRIMAVERA Steel Samples by a Positron Annihilation Spectroscopy TechniqueGRAFUTIN V.; ILYUKHINA O.; KRSJAK VLADIMIR; BURCL Rudolf; HAEHNER Peter; ERAK D.; ZEMAN AndrejArticles in Journals
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