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2013The European JASMIN Project for the Development of a New Safety Simulation Code, ASTEC-Na, for Na-cooled Fast Neutron ReactorsGIRAULT N.; VAN DORSSELAERE J.p.; JACQ F.; BRILLANT G.; KISSANE Martin; BANDINI G.; BUCK M.; CHAMPIGNY J.; HERING W.; PEREZ-MARTIN S., et alContributions to Conferences
2007Final Interpretation Report of the PHEBUS test FPT0: Bundle AspectsMUELLER Klaus; TOTH BELA; VESHCHUNOV M.s.; TRAMBAUER Klaus; JAMOND Claude; DUBOURG Roland; MANENC H; GIRAULT N.; KISSANE Martin; REPETTO Georges, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2008High Temperature Reactor Fuel Technology in RAPHAEL European ProjectDE GROOT Sander; GUILLERMIER Pierre; CHAROLLAIS Francois; MICHEL Frederic; BOTTOMLEY Paul; HIERNAUT Jean-Pierre; FUETTERER Michael; VERFONDERN Karl; ABRAM Timothy; KISSANE Martin, et alContributions to Conferences
2006High-Temperature Reactor Fuel Technology in the European Projects HTR-F1 and RAPHAELCHAROLLAIS Francois; BAKKER KLAAS; OBRY Patrick; SHIHAB Sammy; GUILLERMIER Pierre; ABRAM Tim; WERNER Heinz; KISSANE Martin; TOSCANO ENRIQUE; FUETTERER MICHAEL, et alContributions to Conferences
2011The Significance of Boric Acid during a LWR Severe Accident and the Repercussions for Experimental RepresentativityKISSANE Martin; BOWSHER B. R.; DROSSINOS Ioannis; POWERS D. A.; HUEBER C.Contributions to Conferences
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