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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2006Contribution of TACIS to the Safety of Russian Nuclear Facilities and MoreSCHOELS HubertContributions to Conferences
2006Experience and Lessons Learned on NPP Maintenance Optimization in EuropeBIETH MICHEL; PLA Patricia; RIEG Claude; SCHOELS Hubert; RANGUELOVA VESSELINAContributions to Conferences
2006The TACIS Nuclear Programme - Assistance in Upgrading Russian Nuclear Power Stations - An Overview of the Individual Projects in the InternetBIETH MICHEL; SCHOELS HubertContributions to Conferences
2006The Tacis Nuclear Programme Assistance in Upgrading Russian Nuclear Power Stations - An Overview of the Individual Projects in the InternetBIETH MICHEL; SCHOELS HubertContributions to Conferences
2005TACIS R1.10/91 "Confinement" Workshop PaperSCHOELS Hubert; ZAKHAROV E.v.; KRAEV A.Contributions to Conferences
2005TACIS R2.06/93 Confinement Cable Penetrations Workshop PaperZAKHAROV E.v.; SCHOELS HubertContributions to Conferences
2005TACIS R2.08/92 Project on Stress Analysis in VVER 1000 ContainmentSCHOELS Hubert; KRAEV A.Contributions to Conferences
2005TACIS R2.08/95 Improvement of the Fission Product Retention System at VVER NPPs under Accidents Workshop PaperSCHOELS Hubert; KRAEV A.Contributions to Conferences
2007The TACIS/PHARE Nuclear Safety Programmes - Assistance to Upgrade the Safety of Soviet Designed NPPsSCHOELS Hubert; BIETH MICHELContributions to Conferences
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