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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2013THE EUROPEAN (V)HTR R&D PROJECT ARCHER : OVERVIEW, FIRST RESULTS AND OUTLOOKDE GROOT Sander; FUETTERER Michael; ROELOFS Ferry; KOHTZ Norbert; SOMERS Joseph; LAURIE Mathias; BUCKTHORPE Derek; SCHEUERMANN WalterContributions to Conferences
2010The European ARCHER Project Proposal - HTR Research towards DemonstrationDE GROOT Sander; FUETTERER Michael; VON LENSA Werner; SOMERS Joseph; KOHTZ Norbert; BUCKTHORPE Derek; SCHEUERMANN Walter; HITTNER DominiqueContributions to Conferences
2010RAPHAEL - A V/HTR Success StoryHITTNER Dominique; BOGUSCH Edgar; GENOT Jean-Sébastien; VERRIER Denis; BASINI Virginie; BUCKTHORPE Derek; ANGULO Carmen; CHAUVET Vincent; FUETTERER Michael; DE GROOT Sander, et alContributions to Conferences
2010RAPHAEL - Developing major V/HTR TechnologyBOGUSCH Edgar; HITTNER Dominique; GENOT Jean-Sébastien; VERRIER Denis; BASINI Virginie; BUCKTHORPE Derek; ANGULO Carmen; CHAUVET Vincent; FUETTERER Michael; DE GROOT Sander, et alContributions to Conferences
2012RAPHAEL - Developing Major V/HTR TechnologyBOGUSCH Edgar; HITTNER Dominique; GENOT Jean-Sébastien; VERRIER Denis; BASINI Virginie; BUCKTHORPE Derek; ANGULO Carmen; CHAUVET Vincent; FUETTERER Michael; DE GROOT Sander, et alArticles in Journals
2005RAPHAEL: The European Union's (Very) High Temperature Reactor Technology ProjectHITTNER Dominique; VON LENSA Werner; PHELIP Mayeul; PIRSON Jacques; SCHEUERMANN Walter; BESSON Daniel; BILLOT Philippe; BOGUSCH E.; BUCKTHORPE D.; CARLUEC Bernard, et alContributions to Conferences
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