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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2005ENPOWER - Investigations by Neutron Diffraction and Finite Element Analyses on Residual Stress Formation in Repair Welds Applied to Ferritic Steel PlatesOHMS CARSTEN; WIMPORY Robert; NEOV Dimitar; LAWRJANIEC D.; YOUTSOS AnastasiusContributions to Conferences
2005ENPOWER - Repair Welds and Residual Stresses in Clad PlatesBROWN Bruce; LAWRJANIEC Didier; OHMS CARSTEN; TRUMAN Chris; WIMPORY Robert; HEIN HieronymusContributions to Conferences
2006Evaluation of Novel Post Weld Heat Treatment in Ferritic Steel Repair Welds Based on Neutron DiffractionOHMS CARSTEN; NEOV Dimitar; WIMPORY Robert; YOUTSOS AnastasiusContributions to Conferences
2006Letterbox Type Repair Weld Finite Element Simulation and Residual Stress PredictionKEPPAS Loukas; KATSAREAS D.; WIMPORY Robert; ANIFANTIS N.k.; YOUTSOS Anastasius; OHMS CARSTENContributions to Conferences
2006Measurement of Residual Stress in as Received and Repaired Clad ComponentsOHMS CARSTEN; TRUMAN Chris; WIMPORY Robert; SMITH David J.; YOUTSOS Anastasius; GRIPENBERG HansContributions to Conferences
2006Residual Strain Measurement of C/C-SiC Tubes at High TemperatureOHMS CARSTEN; HORNAK Peter; NEOV Dimitar; YOUTSOS Anastasius; WIMPORY RobertContributions to Conferences
2007Residual Stress Analysis by Means of Neutron Diffraction at Research Reactors - Facilities and Applications at the HFROHMS CARSTEN; WIMPORY Robert; NEOV Dimitar; YOUTSOS AnastasiusArticles in books
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