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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
201350 Years of Research at the Institute for Transuranium Elements in KarlsruheCACIUFFO Roberto; Fuger Jean; GLATZ Jean-Paul; KOCH Lothar; KONINGS Rudy; LANDER G. H.; LESSER Richard; MAGILL Joseph; MAYER Klaus; MORGENSTERN Alfred, et alBooks
2009Computer Simulation of Defects Formation and Equilibrium in Non-stoichiometric Uranium DioxideYAKUB E.; STAICU Dragos; RONCHI C.Contributions to Conferences
2010Diffusion of Helium in Non-stoichiometric Uranium DioxideYAKUB E.; RONCHI C.; STAICU DragosArticles in Journals
2014Effect of burn-up on the thermal conductivity of uranium-gadolinium dioxide up to 100 GWd/tHMSTAICU Dragos; RONDINELLA Vincenzo; WALKER CLIVE; PAPAIOANNOU Dimitrios; KONINGS Rudy; RONCHI C.; SHEINDLIN Michael; SASAHARA A.; SONODA T.; KINOSHITA M.Articles in Journals
2007Experimental Determination of the Thermal Conductivity of Liquid UO2 Near the Melting PointSHEINDLIN Michael; STAICU DRAGOS; RONCHI C.; GAME-ARNAUD L.; REMY B.; DEGIOVANNI A.Articles in Journals
2010Impact of Auto-irradiation on the Thermophysical Properties of Oxide Nuclear Reactor FuelsSTAICU Dragos; WISS Thierry; RONDINELLA Vincenzo; HIERNAUT Jean pol; KONINGS Rudy; RONCHI C.Articles in Journals
2008New Techniques for High-temperature Melting Measurements in Volatile Refractory Materials via Laser Surface HeatingMANARA Dario; SHEINDLIN M.; HEINZ Wilhelm; RONCHI C.Articles in Journals
2007On the Present State of Investigation of Thermodynamic Properties of Solid and Liquid UO2+XMANARA DARIO; RONCHI C.; SHEINDLIN M.; KONINGS RUDYArticles in Journals
2007Thermophysical Properties Affecting Safety and Performance of Nuclear FuelRONCHI C.Contributions to Conferences
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