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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1986About Properties of Point Defects in MetalsSCHUELE WolfgangEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1989Considerations on the Validity of the Various Radiation Damage ModelsSCHUELE WolfgangEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1990Defect Concentration Profiles Near the Surface in Nickel Irradiated with 2 MeV ElectronsSCHUELE WolfgangArticles in Journals
1997Dynamic Crowdions, Interstitials and Vacancies in CopperGILHAUS Hinrich; SCHUELE WolfgangArticles in Journals
1987Enhanced Diffusion Due to Electrons, Protons and QuenchingSCHUELE WolfgangEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1990Irradiation Creep Experiments on Fusion Reactor Candidate Structural MaterialsSCHUELE Wolfgang; HAUSEN Hermann; CUNDY Michael royEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1992The Modified Two International ModelSCHUELE WolfgangContributions to Conferences
1994The Modified Two-Interstitial Model. A ReviewSCHUELE WolfgangArticles in Journals
1994Neutron Irradiation Creep in Stainless Steel AlloysSCHUELE Wolfgang; HAUSEN HermannArticles in Journals
1990A New Approach to Radiation DamageSCHUELE WolfgangEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1987On Ordering Kinetics in Electron Irradiated Alloys: a ReplySCHUELE WolfgangArticles in Journals
1988Radiation Enhanced Diffusion Due to Electrons and ProtonsSCHUELE WolfgangContributions to Conferences
1992Radiation Induced Structural Changes in Alpha-Copper-Zinc AlloysSCHUELE WolfgangContributions to Conferences
1990Radiation Induced Structural Changes in Alpha-Copper-Zinc AlloysSCHUELE Wolfgang; GIEB MichaelEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1988Study of Phase Transformations in Fe-Mn-Cr AlloysSCHUELE Wolfgang; PANZARASA AugustoEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
1987Vacancy Properties During Irradiation with High Energy ParticlesSCHUELE WolfgangContributions to Conferences
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