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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2012Different chromium content and thermal annealing influence on ions implanted Fe-Cr model alloysSOJAK Stanislav; SLUGEN Vladimir; KRSJAK Vladimir; EGGER Werner; RAVELLI L.; PETRISKA Martin; STANCEK S.; SKARBA M.; PRIPUTEN P.; VITAZEK K., et alArticles in Journals
2010Evaluation of the Role of Cr, Ni, Mn and Si Si in Reactor Pressure Vessel SteelDEGMOVA Jarmila; VETERNIKOVA Jana; SOJAK Stanislav; SLUGEN Vladimir; KRSJAK VLADIMIR; ACOSTA IBORRA BeatrizContributions to Conferences
2011Fe-Cr Alloys Behaviour after Helium ImplantationSLUGEN Vladimir; KRSJAK VLADIMIR; EGGER Werner; PETRISKA Martin; SOJAK Stanislav; VETERNIKOVA JanaArticles in Journals
2009Microstructural Study of High Irradiated Reactor SteelsSLUGEN Vladimir; PETRISKA Martin; SOJAK Stanislav; VETERNIKOVA Jana; KRSJAK VLADIMIRArticles in Journals
2012Non-destructive Examination of Helium Implanted HTRs Construction MaterialsVETERNIKOVA Jana; DEGMOVA Jarmila; KILPELÄINEN Sima; SLUGEN Vladimir; TUOMISTO Filip; RÄISÄNEN Jyrki; KRSJAK VLADIMIR; PETRISKA Martin; SOJAK Stanislav; HINCA Robert, et alArticles in Journals
2009PALS Investigation of Chromium Effect in Ferritic/Martensitic Steels Implanted with HeliumSOJAK Stanislav; KRSJAK VLADIMIR; SLUGEN Vladimir; PETRISKA Martin; VETERNIKOVA JanaArticles in Journals
2013Thermal Annealing Influence on Ions Implanted Fe-Cr Model AlloysSOJAK Stanislav; SLUGEN Vladimir; KRSJAK Vladimir; EGGER Werner; RAVELLI L.; PETRISKA Martin; STANCEK S.; SKARBA M.; PRIPUTEN P.; VITAZEK K., et alArticles in Journals
2013Vacancy type defects in oxide dispersion strengthened steelsSLUGEN Vladimir; VETERNIKOVA Jana; DEGMOVA Jarmila; KILPELÄINEN Simo; TUOMISTO Filip; KRSJAK VladimirArticles in Journals
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