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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
201250 years JRC PettenHURST Roger christopher; BRESSERS JohanBooks
2001Evaluating the NESC-I Test and the Integrated Approach to Structural Integrity Assessment.HURST Roger christopher; TAYLOR Nigel; MC GARRY D.; BASS B.r.; RINTAMAA Rauno; WINTLE JohnArticles in Journals
2012Experience with Small Punch (SP) Creep Testing at the JRC since the launch of the CEN Code of PracticeHURST Roger christopher; TURBA KRYSTOF; BLAGOEVA Darina; HAEHNER PeterContributions to Conferences
2004Institute for Energy Annual Activity Report 2003TOERROENEN K.; HIRVONEN Juha-pekka; MC GARRY D.; VAN RIJ-BRIZZI M.; HURST Roger christopherEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013Mechanical characterisation of a P91 weldment by means of small punch fracture testingGULCIMEN Betul; DURMUŞ Ali; ÜLKÜ Sedat; HURST Roger christopher; TURBA KRYSTOF; HAEHNER PeterArticles in Journals
2000NESC-1 Project. Final Overview Report.BASS Richard; WINTLE John; HURST Roger christopherEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2003On Thermal Fatigue Crack Initiation, Propagation and Arrest in 316L Model Pipe Components.PAFFUMI Elena; NILSSON Karl-fredrik; TAYLOR Nigel; HURST Roger christopher; BACHE Martin, r.Contributions to Conferences
2002PLAN, Past, Present and Future.HURST Roger christopher; MC GARRY D.Articles in Journals
2001The Potential Drop Method for Monitoring Crack Growth in Real Components Subject to Combined Fatigue and Creep Conditions. Application of FE Techniques for Deriving Calibration Curves.GANDOSSI Luca; SUMMERS S.a.; TAYLOR Nigel; HURST Roger christopher; HULM B.j.; PARKER J.d.Articles in Journals
2012Small Punch Fracture Testing Applied to the NESC-I Spinning Cylinder MaterialTURBA KRYSTOF; HURST Roger christopher; HAEHNER PeterContributions to Conferences
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