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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1996Effect of MOX Fuel Inhomogeneity on the Level of Fission Gas ReleaseGOLL W.; MATSUMURA T.Articles in Journals
2011Extension and validation of the TRANSURANUS Burn-up Model for Helium Production in High Burn-up LWR FuelsBOTAZZOLI Pietro; LUZZI L.; BREMIER Stephan; SCHUBERT Arndt; VAN UFFELEN Paul; WALKER Clive; HAECK W.; GOLL W.Contributions to Conferences
2008Fission Products Release and Microstructure Changes During Laboratory Annealing of a Very High Burn-up Fuel SpecimenHIERNAUT JEAN-POL; WISS THIERRY; COLLE JEAN-YVES; THIELE HARTMUT; WALKER CLIVE; GOLL W.; KONINGS RUDYArticles in Journals
1997Further Observations on OCOM MOX Fuel: Microstructure in the Vicinity of the Pellet Rim and Fuel-Cladding Interaction.GOLL W.; MATSUMURA T.Articles in Journals
2005Matrix Swelling Rate and Cavity Volume Balance of UO2 Fuels at High Burn-UpSPINO JOSE LUIS; WALKER CLIVE; REST J.; GOLL W.Articles in Journals
2005On the Oxidation State of UO2 Nuclear Fuel at a Burn-Up of Around 100 MWd/kgHMWALKER CLIVE; RONDINELLA VINCENZO; PAPAIOANNOU DIMITRIOS; VAN WINCKEL STEFAAN; GOLL W.; MANZEL R.Articles in Journals
2006On the Thermal Conductivity of UO2 Nuclear Fuel at a High Burn-up of around 100 MWd/kgHMWALKER CLIVE; STAICU DRAGOS; SHEINDLIN Mikhail; PAPAIOANNOU DIMITRIOS; GOLL W.Articles in Journals
2005The Radial Dependence of the Thermal Diffusivity of High Burn-up UO2 from Commercial PWR Fuel RodsSTAICU DRAGOS; JOERGENSEN Michael; PAGLIOSA GIORGIO; PAPAIOANNOU DIMITRIOS; SHEINDLIN Mikhail; WALKER CLIVE; GOLL W.Contributions to Conferences
2001Short-Time Creep and Rapture Tests on High Burnup Fuel Rod Cladding.GOLL W.; SPILKER H.; TOSCANO Enrique horacioArticles in Journals
2009SIMS Analysis of an UO2 Fuel Irradiated at low Temperature to 65 MWd/kgHMWALKER Clive; BREMIER Stephan; PORTIER S.; HASNAOUI Rachid; GOLL W.Articles in Journals
2006UO2 Fuel Behaviour at Rod Burn-ups up to 105 MWd/kgUGOLL W.; HELLWIG Ch.; HOFFMANN P.b.; SAUER W.; SPINO JOSE LUIS; WALKER CLIVEContributions to Conferences
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