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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2007Experimental Determination of the Thermal Conductivity of Liquid UO2 near the Melting PointGAME-ARNAUD Loic; REMY B.; SHEINDLIN Mikhail; STAICU DRAGOS; RONCHI ClaudioArticles in Journals
2005Impact of Auto-irradiation on the Thermophysical Properties of Oxide Nuclear Reactor FuelsSTAICU DRAGOS; WISS THIERRY; SHEINDLIN Mikhail; RONDINELLA VINCENZO; HIERNAUT JEAN-POL; RONCHI ClaudioContributions to Conferences
2005Melting of Stoichiometric and Hyperstoichiometric Uranium DioxideMANARA DARIO; RONCHI Claudio; SHEINDLIN Mikhail; LEWIS M.; BRYKIN M.Articles in Journals
2005New High-Power Laser Facility for Testing Properties and Behaviour of Irradiated FuelRONCHI Claudio; STAICU DRAGOS; RONDINELLA VINCENZO; SHEINDLIN MikhailContributions to Conferences
2005New Laser-flash Experiments for Irradiated Fuels Under Contrainted ConditionsRONCHI Claudio; SHEINDLIN Mikhail; RONDINELLA VINCENZO; STAICU DRAGOS; DEGIOVANNI A.; VOLLE Fabien; REMI B.Contributions to Conferences
2006On the Thermal Conductivity of UO2 Nuclear Fuel at a High Burn-up of around 100 MWd/kgHMWALKER CLIVE; STAICU DRAGOS; SHEINDLIN Mikhail; PAPAIOANNOU DIMITRIOS; GOLL W.Articles in Journals
2005Radial Dependence of the Thermal Conductivity and its Link to Microstructure for UO2 Samples with an Average Burn-up around 100 MWd/kgHM.RONCHI Claudio; SHEINDLIN Mikhail; STAICU DRAGOS; HIERNAUT JEAN-POL; PAGLIOSA GIORGIO; JOERGENSEN Michael; RONDINELLA VINCENZO; PAPAIOANNOU DIMITRIOS; WALKER CLIVE; MANZEL R.Contributions to Conferences
2005The Radial Dependence of the Thermal Diffusivity of High Burn-up UO2 from Commercial PWR Fuel RodsSTAICU DRAGOS; JOERGENSEN Michael; PAGLIOSA GIORGIO; PAPAIOANNOU DIMITRIOS; SHEINDLIN Mikhail; WALKER CLIVE; GOLL W.Contributions to Conferences
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