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2004Examination of the Plenum and Deposition Coupon of the PHEBUS FPT4 Test by Scanning Electron Microscopy and Photoemission Spectroscopy.BOTTOMLEY Paul david william; GOUDER Thomas; HUBER F.; PAPAIOANNOU Dimitrios; PELLOTTIERO DidierArticles in Journals
1996Gamma Spectrometry of Spent Nuclear Fuel Using a Miniature CdTe DetectorABBAS Kamel; NICOLAOU George; PELLOTTIERO Didier; SCHWALBACH P.; KOCH Lothar winfriedArticles in Journals
2010Investigation of High Temperature irradiated Fuel-liquefied Zircaloy Interactions in Support of Severe Accident Safety StudiesBOTTOMLEY Paul; PAPAIOANNOU Dimitrios; PELLOTTIERO Didier; KNOCHE D.; RONDINELLA VincenzoContributions to Conferences
1999Neutron/Gamma Ray Source Measurement and Analyses of High Burnup UO2/MOX Fuel Rods.MATSUMURA T.; SASAHARA A.; NICOLAOU George; PELLOTTIERO DidierContributions to Conferences
2006Studies on Spent Fuel Ageing and Corrosion Behaviour During StorageWEGEN DETLEF; RONDINELLA VINCENZO; WISS THIERRY; COBOS SABATE JOAQUIN; SERRANO PURROY DANIEL; PAPAIOANNOU DIMITRIOS; CARBOL PAUL; GLATZ JEAN-PAUL; RONCHI Claudio; PELLOTTIERO DIDIER, et alContributions to Conferences
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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