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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2010Charged Fusion Product Loss Measurements Using Nuclear ActivationBONHEURE Georges; HULT Mikael; GONZALEZ DE ORDUNA Raquel; ARNOLD D.; DOMBROWSKI Harald; LAUBENSTEIN M.; WIESLANDER E.; VERMAERCKE P.; MURARI A.; POPOVICHEV S., et alContributions to Conferences
2012Experimental investigation of the confinement of d(3He,p)alpha and d(d,p)t fusion reaction products in JETBONHEURE Georges; HULT Mikael; GONZALEZ DE ORDUNA R.; ARNOLD D.; DOMBROWSKI Harald; LAUBENSTEIN Matthias; WIESLANDER E.; VIDMAR Tim; VERMAERCKE P.; PEREZ VON THUN C.; REICH M.; JACHMICH S.; MURARI A.; POPOVICHEV S.; MLYNAR J.; SALMI A.; ASUNTA O.; GARCIA-MUNOZ M.; PINCHES S.; KOSLOWSKI R.; KRAGH NIELSEN S.Articles in Journals
2011Fusion Alpha Loss Diagnostic for ITER using Activation TechniqueBONHEURE Georges; HULT Mikael; GONZALEZ DE ORDUNA Raquel; VERMAERCKE P.; MURARI A.; POPOVICHEV S.; MLYNAR J.Contributions to Conferences
2008In-vessel Activation Monitors in JET: Progress in ModelingBONHEURE Georges; LENGAR I.; SYME B.; WIESLANDER Johanna; HULT Mikael; GASPARRO Joel; MARISSENS Gerd; ARNOLD Dirk; LAUBENSTEIN Matthias; POPOVICHEV S.Articles in Journals
2007Measurements of MeV Particles from JET Fusion Plasmas based on the Activation TechniqueBONHEURE Georges; HULT MIKAEL; GASPARRO JOEL; POPOVICHEV S.Articles in Journals
2008Mega-Electron-Volt Ion Loss Measurements in JET D-3He Plasmas Using Activation TechniqueBONHEURE Georges; WIESLANDER JOHANNA; HULT MIKAEL; GASPARRO JOEL; MARISSENS GERD; ARNOLD D.; LAUBENSTEIN M.; POPOVICHEV S.; MURARI A.; LENGAR I.Contributions to Conferences
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