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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2001Deuterium Recycling Rate Constants Derived from Plasma Implantation/Desorption Shots in a Martensitic Steel Surface.SEDANO L.a.; ESTEBAN G.a.; PERUJO AdolfoArticles in Journals
2001Diffusion and Surface-Limited Transport Parameters of Deuterium in Incoloy 800. Final ReportESTEBAN G.a.; PERUJO Adolfo; SEDANO L.a.; MANCINELLI Bruno; DOUGLAS Kevin johnEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2002Diffusive Transport Parameters and Surface Rate Constants of Deuterium in Incoloy 800.ESTEBAN G.a.; PERUJO Adolfo; SEDANO L.a.; LEGARDA F.; MANCINELLI Bruno; DOUGLAS Kevin johnArticles in Journals
1993Diffusivity and Solubility of Hydrogen Isotopes in the Martensitic Steel DIN 1.4914 (MANET) after Thermal Exposure at 900 KPERUJO Adolfo; REITER Friedrich; TOMINETTI StefanoArticles in Journals
2000The Effect of Pulse Operation on Tritium Permeation and Inventory in ITER's Plasma-Facing Components.HOUSIADAS Christos; PERUJO AdolfoArticles in Journals
1997Evaluation of an Advanced Silicon Doped CFC for Plasma Facing MaterialWU C.h.; ALESSANDRINI C.; BONAL P.; CASO A.; GROTE H.; MOORMANN R.; PERUJO Adolfo; ROTH J.; WEHRLE H.; VIEIDER G.Contributions to Conferences
1998Hydrogen and Deuterium in Pd-25%Ag Alloy: Permeation, Diffusion, Solubilisation and Surface Reaction.SERRA Emanuele; KEMALI M.; PERUJO Adolfo; ROSS D.k.Articles in Journals
2001Hydrogen Isotope Diffusive Transport Parameters in Pure Polycrystalline Tungsten.ESTEBAN G.a.; PERUJO Adolfo; SEDANO L.a.; DOUGLAS Kevin johnArticles in Journals
2000Hydrogen Isotopes Diffusive Transport in TungstenESTEBAN G.a.; PERUJO Adolfo; DOUGLAS Kevin johnEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1995Hydrogen Permeation Rate Reduction by Post-Oxidation of Aluminide Coatings on DIN 1.4914 Martensitic Steel (MANET)PERUJO Adolfo; SERRA Emanuele; SAMPLE TonyContributions to Conferences
1999Intrinsic Hydrogen Transport Constants in the CFC Matrix and Fibres Derived from Isovolumetric Desorption Experiments.SEDANO L.a.; PERUJO Adolfo; WU CHUNG H.Articles in Journals
1996Low Pressure Tritium Interaction with Inconel 625 and AISI 316L Stainless Steel Surfaces. An Evaluation of the Recombination and Adsorption ConstantsPERUJO Adolfo; SERRA EmanueleArticles in Journals
2004Raising the Standard: Global PV Standardization and Specification.AZZAM Monner; JACQUEMART Charles; KAY Richard; OSSENBRINK Heinz; PERUJO Adolfo; VARADI PeterArticles in Journals
1993Reduction of Deuterium Permeation through DIN 1.4914 Stainless Steel (MANET) by Plasma-Spray Deposited AluminiumPERUJO Adolfo; SAMPLE TonyArticles in Journals
2001Study of the Isotope Effects in the Hydrogen Transport of an 8% CrWWTa Martensitic Steel.ESTEBAN G.a.; SEDANO L.a.; PERUJO Adolfo; DOUGLAS Kevin johnArticles in Journals
1995The Surface Rate Constants of Deuterium in the Martensitic Steel DIN 1.4914 (MANET)SERRA Emanuele; PERUJO AdolfoArticles in Journals
2000The Surface Rate Constants of Deuterium in the Reduced Activating Martensitic Steel OPTIFER-IVb.ESTEBAN G.a.; PERUJO Adolfo; MANCINELLI BrunoArticles in Journals
2000The Surface-Limited Transport Parameters of Hydrogen in the Reduced Activation Martensitic Steel OPTIFER-IVbESTEBAN G.a.; PERUJO Adolfo; SEDANO L.a.; DOUGLAS Kevin john; MANCINELLI Bruno; LOLLI CERONI Pier luigi; CUERONI Giovanni battista antonioEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1997TiC and Surface Oxidation as Hydrogen Permeation Barrier in F82H. A ComparisonSERRA Emanuele; PERUJO Adolfo; BENAMATO G.Contributions to Conferences
2000Tritium Diffusive Transport Parameters and Trapping Effects in the Reduced Activating Martensitic Steel OPTIFER-IVb.ESTEBAN G.a.; PERUJO Adolfo; DOUGLAS Kevin john; SEDANO L.a.Articles in Journals
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