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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2005Core Loss During a Severe Accident (COLOSS)ADROGUER B.; BERTRAND F.; CHATELARD P.; COCUAUD N.; VAN DORSSELAERE J.p.; BELLENFANT L.; KNOCKE D.; BOTTOMLEY PAUL; VRTILKOVA V.; BELOVSKY L., et alArticles in Journals
2003Core Loss during a Severe Accident (COLOSS).ADROGUER B.; CHATELARD Patrick; DORSSELAERE J.p.; DURIEZ C.; COCUAUD N.; BELLENFANT L.; BOTTOMLEY Paul david william; VRTILKOVA V.; MUELLER Klaus; HERING W., et alArticles in Journals
2009Eutectic Crystallization in the FeO1.5¿UO2+x¿ZrO2 SystemALMJASHEV V. I.; BARRACHIN M.; BECHTA S. V.; BOTTOMLEY Paul; DEFOORT F.; FISCHER M.; GUSAROV V. V.; HELLMANN S.; KHABENSKY V. B.; KRUSHINOV E. V., et alArticles in Journals
2006Experimental Study of Interactions Between Suboxidized Corium and Reactor Vessel SteelBECHTA S.v.; KHABENSKY V.b.; GRANOVSKY V.s.; KRUSHINOV E.v.; VITOL S.a; GUSAROV V.v.; ALMJASHEV V.i.; LOPUKH D.b.; TROMM W.; BOTTOMLEY PAUL, et alContributions to Conferences
2010Phase equilibria in the FeO1+x–UO2–ZrO2 system in the FeO1+x-enriched domainALMJASHEV V. I.; BARRACHIN M.; BECHTA S. V.; BOTTOMLEY Paul; DEFOORT F.; FISCHER M.; GUSAROV V. V.; HELLMANN S.; KHABENSKY V. B.; KRUSHINOV E. V., et alArticles in Journals
2011Study of the processes of corium-melt retention in the reactor pressure vessel (INVECOR)ZHDANOV Vladimir; BAKLANOV Viktor; BOTTOMLEY Paul; MIASSOEDOV A.; TROMM W.; JOURNEAU Ch.; ALTSTADT Eberhard; CLEMENT Bernard; ORIOLO F.Contributions to Conferences
2009VVER Vessel Steel Corrosion at Interaction with Molten Corium in Oxidizing AtmosphereBECHTA S. V.; GRANOVSKY V. S.; KHABENSKY V. B.; KRUSHINOV E. V.; VITOL S. A.; SULATSKY A. A.; GUSAROV V. V.; ALMIASHEV V. I.; LOPUKH D. B.; BOTTOMLEY Paul, et alArticles in Journals
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