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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2007Clarification of Rim Structure Effects on Properties and Behaviour of LWR UO2 Fuels and Gadolinia Doped FuelsSONODA T.; KAMEYAMA T.; SASAHARA A.; KITAJIMA S.; NAUCHI Y.; KINOSHITA M.; RONDINELLA VINCENZO; WISS THIERRY; HIERNAUT JEAN-POL; PAPAIOANNOU DIMITRIOS, et alContributions to Conferences
2012Determination of high burn-up nuclear fuel elastic properties with acoustic microscopyLAUX D.; BARON D.; DESPAUX Gilles; KELLERBAUER Alban; KINOSHITA M.Articles in Journals
2014Effect of burn-up on the thermal conductivity of uranium-gadolinium dioxide up to 100 GWd/tHMSTAICU Dragos; RONDINELLA Vincenzo; WALKER CLIVE; PAPAIOANNOU Dimitrios; KONINGS Rudy; RONCHI C.; SHEINDLIN Michael; SASAHARA A.; SONODA T.; KINOSHITA M.Articles in Journals
1997An Electron Microscopy Study of the RIM Structure of a UO2 Fuel with a High Burnup of 7.9% FIMA.RAY Ian leslie; MATZKE Hj.; THIELE Armin hartmut; KINOSHITA M.Articles in Journals
2008Equilibrium Distribution of Actinides Including Cm Between Molten LiCl-KCl Eutectic and Liquid CadmiumKOYAMA T.; KINOSHITA M.; INOUE T.; OUGIER MICHEL; MALMBECK RIKARD; GLATZ JEAN-PAULArticles in Journals
2009Release of volatile fission products during thermal annealing of irraidated LWR UO2 fuelsWISS Thierry; HIERNAUT Jean pol; COLLE Jean-Yves; THIELE Hartmut; RONDINELLA Vincenzo; KONINGS Rudy; SONODA T.; KINOSHITA M.Contributions to Conferences
1998Temperature and Fission Rate Effects on the Rim Structure Formation in a UO2 Fuel with a Burnup of 7.9% FIMA.KINOSHITA M.; KAMEYAMA T.; KITAJIMA S.; MATZKE Hj.Articles in Journals
2002Transmission Electron Microscopy Observation on Irradiation-Induced Microstructural Evolution in High Burn-up UO2 Disk Fuel.SONODA T.; KINOSHITA M.; RAY Ian leslie; WISS Thierry; THIELE H.; PELLOTTIERO Didier; RONDINELLA Vincenzo vito; MATZKE Hj.Articles in Journals
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