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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2002Bulk and Young Modulus of Doped UO2 by High-Pressure Synchrotron Powder Diffraction and Knoop-Indentation.PUJOL M.c.; HEATHMAN S.; SPINO Jose luisArticles in Journals
2003Cellular Automata Study of High Burn-up Structures.ANTONIOU I.; AKISHINA E-p-; IVANOV V.v.; KOSTENKO B.f.; SPINO Jose luis; STALIOS A.d.Articles in Journals
2004Comments on the Threshold Porosity for Fission Gas Release in High Burn-up Fuels.SPINO Jose luis; PAPAIOANNOU Dimitrios; GLATZ Jean paulArticles in Journals
1996Detailed Characterization of the Rim Microstructure in LWR Fuels in the Burnup Range 40-67 GWd/tMSPINO Jose luis; VENNIX Cornelis; COQUERELLE Michel clementArticles in Journals
1997Formation of the Rim Structure in High Burnup Fuel.MATZKE Hj.; SPINO Jose luisArticles in Journals
2004Fractal Analysis of High Burn-up Structures in UO2.ANTONIOU I.; IVANOV V.v.; KOSTENKO B.f.; SPINO Jose luis; STALIOS A.d.Articles in Journals
1998High Burn-up Rim Structure. Evidences that Xenon-Depletion, Pore Formation and Grain Subdivision Start at Different Local Burn-Ups.SPINO Jose luis; BARON D.; STALIOS AchilleasArticles in Journals
2000Lattice Parameter Changes Associated with the Rim-Structure Formation in High Burn-up UO2-Fuels by Micro X-Ray Diffraction.SPINO Jose luis; PAPAIOANNOU DimitriosArticles in Journals
1998Phase Characterisation of Simulated High Burn-up UO3 Fuel.COBOS Sabate joaquin; PAPAIOANNOU Dimitrios; SPINO Jose luis; COQUERELLE Michel clementContributions to Conferences
2003Room-Temperature Microindentation Behaviour of LWR-Fuels. Part 1. Fuel Microhardness.SPINO Jose luis; COBOS Sabate joaquin; ROUSSEAU F.Articles in Journals
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