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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1985Analisi Numerica e Sperimentale dello Stato di Sollecitazione di un Bocchello di Recipiente in PressioneLUCIA Alfredo; GAVARDI P.; TERRANOVA A.Articles in Journals
1986Analysis of Cladding Residual Stresses and their Influence on the Structural Reliability of LWR Pressure VesselLUCIA Alfredo; DUJARDIN RogerArticles in Journals
1987Behaviour of the Nozzle Corner Region during the First Phase of the Fatigue Test on Scaled Models of Pressure Vessels (JRC Vessel A)LUCIA Alfredo; ELBAZ Jack; DUJARDIN Roger; BRUNNHUBER Rudolf; SCHWARZ UweEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1990A Comparative Study of the Probabilistic Fracture Mechanics and the Stochastic Markovian Process Approaches for Structural Reliability AssessmentLUCIA Alfredo; SOLOMOS George; STAVRAKAKIS GeorgeArticles in Journals
1985The COVASTOL ProgramLUCIA Alfredo; GRANDEMANGE J.; PELLISSIER-TANON A.Articles in Journals
1988Fuzzy Measures of Uncertainty for Evaluating Non-Destructive Crack InspectionLUCIA Alfredo; VOLTA Giuseppe; GARRIBBA Sergio; SERVISA AndreaArticles in Journals
1987Image Processing for Absolute Strain Measurement by Laser InterferometryLUCIA Alfredo; FRANCHI Marco; MAROZZI C.a.; FONTANA R.EUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1990Markov Approximation to Fatigue Crack Size DistributionLUCIA Alfredo; SOLOMOS GeorgeArticles in Journals
1988Results of the Pretest Analysis and Start-up of the JRC-Ispra Pressurized Thermal Shock Experiment: Nozzle Corner Crack BehaviourLUCIA Alfredo; VOLTA Giuseppe; DUJARDIN RogerArticles in Journals
1989Three-Dimensional Strain Field Measurement on Cylindrical Vessel by Computer Analysis of Laser InterferogramsLUCIA Alfredo; FRANCHI Marco; MAROZZI C.a.; FONTANA R.Articles in Journals
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