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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2005The Euratom 5th Framework Programme Project FRAME (Fracture Mechanics Based Embrittlement); Description of the Project and First ResultsVALO Matti; WALLIN Kim; LUCON Enrico; KYTKA Milos; BRUMOVSKY M.; ACOSTA IBORRA BEATRIZ; DEBARBERIS LUIGI; KOHOPAA Jyrki; GILLEMOT F.; HORVATH MartaArticles in Journals
2008The Increase of Irradiation Induced Yield Strength in Model Alloys and Its Correlation with Transition Temperature Shifts and Similitude to Reactor Pressure Vessel MaterialsDEBARBERIS LUIGI; ACOSTA IBORRA BEATRIZ; LUCON Enrico; HORVATH Marta; GILLEMOT Ferenc; KYTKA Milos; BRUMOVSKY M.Articles in Journals
2008Project PISA: Phosphorus Influence on Steel AgeingACOSTA IBORRA Beatriz; ENGLISH Colin; GILLEMOT Ferenc; DONALDSON Andrew; ORTNER Susan; KIZLER Peter; BRUMOVSKY Milan; LANGER Reinhard; NEONEN Pentti; BALLESTEROS Antonio, et alEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2007Study of Radiation-Induced Degradation of RPV Steels and Model Alloys by Positron Annihilation and Mössbauer SpectroscopyZEMAN Andrej; DEBARBERIS LUIGI; KUPCA Ludovit; ACOSTA IBORRA BEATRIZ; KYTKA MILOS; DEGMOVA JARMILAArticles in Journals
2008Use of Master Curve Technology for Assessing Shallow Flaws in a Reactor Pressure Vessel MaterialTAYLOR Nigel; MINNEBO Philip; BASS Richard; SIEGELE Dieter; WALLIN Kim; KYTKA Milos; WINTLE JohnArticles in Journals
2006Use of Master Curve Technology for Assessing Shallow Flaws in a Reactor Pressure Vessel MaterialTAYLOR NIGEL; MINNEBO PHILIP; SIEGELE Dieter; WALLIN Kim; WINTLE J.; KYTKA MILOS; BASS RichardContributions to Conferences
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