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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011Accident Testing of High-temperature reactor fuel elements from the HFR-EU1bis irradiationFREIS Daniel; BOTTOMLEY Paul; KELLERBAUER Alban; RONDINELLA Vincenzo; VAN UFFELEN PaulArticles in Journals
2010Assessment of Coated-Particle Failure with the IMGA DeviceCORINO X.; BOTTOMLEY Paul; FREIS Daniel; KELLERBAUER ALBAN; RONDINELLA Vincenzo; VAN UFFELEN PaulContributions to Conferences
2012Assessment of coated-particle failure with the IMGA deviceCORINO X.; BOTTOMLEY Paul; FREIS Daniel; KELLERBAUER Alban; RONDINELLA Vincenzo; VAN UFFELEN PaulArticles in Journals
2010Assessment of high-temperature reactor fuel performance under accident conditionsKELLERBAUER ALBAN; BOTTOMLEY Paul; FREIS Daniel; RONDINELLA Vincenzo; VAN UFFELEN PaulContributions to Conferences
2010High-Temperature Reactor Fuel element Characterization with the Küfa DeviceKELLERBAUER ALBAN; BOTTOMLEY Paul; FREIS Daniel; RONDINELLA Vincenzo; VAN UFFELEN PaulContributions to Conferences
2010Postirradiation Testing of High Temperature Reactor Spherical Fuel Elements Under Accident ConditionsFREIS Daniel; BOTTOMLEY Paul; EJTON John; DE WEERD Wim; KOSTECKA H.; TOSCANO E.h.Articles in Journals
2010Pruebas de situaciones accidentales en combustible de HTR con el dispositivo Küfa (Accident testing of HTR fuel with the KÜFA device)KELLERBAUER ALBAN; FREIS DanielArticles in Journals
2008Results of AVR Fuel Pebble Irradiation at Increased Temperature and Burn-up in the HFR PettenFUETTERER MICHAEL; BERG GERARDUS; MARMIER ALAIN; FREIS Daniel; BAKKER Klaas; DE GROOT Sander; TOSCANO E.Articles in Journals
2010Störfallsimulationen und Nachbestrahlungsuntersuchungen an kugelförmigen Brennelementen für HochtemperaturreaktorenFREIS DanielPhD Theses
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