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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2013Modeling grain boundaries in polycrystals using cohesive elements: Qualitative and quantitative analysisSHAWISH Samir El; CIZELJ Leon; SIMONOVSKI IGOR
2011Modeling Grain Boundary Damage Evolution in As-Measured 3D MicrostructureSIMONOVSKI IGOR; CIZELJ Leon
2009Modeling Gross Primary Production of Agro-Forestry Ecosystems by Assimilation of Satellite-Derived Information in a Process-Based ModelMIGLIAVACCA Mirco; MERONI Michele; BUSETTO Lorenzo; COLOMBO Roberto; ZENONE Terenzio; MATTEUCCI Giorgio; MANCA Giovanni; SEUFERT Guenther
2013Modeling intergranular cracking in polycrystalline aggregates: explicit account for grain boundaries with cohesive zone approachSIMONOVSKI IGOR; CIZELJ Leon; MACHINA GANGADHAR; UPLAZNIK Mihaela Irina
2010Modeling long-term forest fire risk at the European level: first assessment of fire probability and vulnerabilitySANTOS DE OLIVEIRA SANDRA; OEHLER FRIDERIKE; CAMIA Andrea; SAN-MIGUEL-AYANZ Jesus
2012Modeling of a Smart Grid System Using Real Time Data οn NeplanLAZAROU STAVROS; MUSCA Rossano; DEMITRAS Mehmet; FULLI Gianluca; COLAK ILHAMI
2007Modeling of Circulating Flow of Solids between a Fluidized Bed and a Fast Fluidized Bed/Pneumatic Transport Tube Reactor Connected by OrificesWIECZOREK KAMILA; SVOBODA Karel; MICCIO Francesco; BAXTER DAVID; KALISZ SYLWESTER
2012Modeling of eutrophication processes in the Gulf of Finland during 1991-2010LESSIN GENNADI; STIPS Adolf
2012Modeling of Inelastic Microstructure Development and Inhomogeneous Material Behaviour via Non-Convex Rate-Dependent Crystal PlasticityKLUSEMANN Benjamin; YALCINKAYA TUNCAY; GEERS M.g.d.; SVENDSEN Bob
2004Modeling of the GELINA Neutron Target Using Coupled Electron-Photon-Neutron Transport with MCNP4C3 Code.FLASKA M.; BORELLA A.; LATHOUWERS D.; MIHAILESCU C.l.; MONDELAERS Wim; PLOMPEN A.j.m.; VAN DAM H.; VAN DER HAGEN T.h.j.j.
2012Modeling of UF6 Enrichment with Gas Centrifuges for Nuclear Safeguards ActivitiesMERCURIO GIOVANNI; PEERANI Paolo; RICHIR Patrice; JANSSENS Willem; EKLUNDH Lars
2014Modeling soil erosion and river sediment yield for an intermountain drainage basin of the Central Apennines, ItalyBORRELLI PASQUALE; MÄRKER Michael; PANAGOS Panagiotis; SCHÜTT Brigitta
2006Modeling Solar UV Radiation in the Past: Comparison of Algorithms and Input DataKOEPKE Peter; DE BACKER Hugo; BAIS Alkiviadis F.; CURYLO A; EERME K; FEISTER Uwe; JOHNSEN Bjorn; JUNK J; KAZANTZIDIS Andreas; KRYSCIN J., et al
2008Modeling Solid Oxide Fuel Cells - Methods, Procedures and TechniquesBOVE ROBERTO; UBERTINI Stefano
2012Modeling spatial patterns of fire occurrence in Mediterranean Europe using Multiple Regression and Random ForestOLIVEIRA Sandra; OEHLER F.; SAN-MIGUEL-AYANZ Jesus; CAMIA Andrea; PEREIRA José M.c.
2005Modeling Spectral Reflectance of Optically Complex Waters Using Bio-Optical Measurements from Tokyo BayFENG Hui; CAMPBELL Janet; DOWELL MARK; MOORE Timothy S.
2010Modeling the Adjacency Effect in Coastal Waters: the North Adriatic SeaBULGARELLI Barbara; ZIBORDI Giuseppe
2014Modeling the biogeochemical seasonal cycle in the Strait of GibraltarRAMIREZ-ROMERO Eduardo; VICHI Marcello; CASTRO Manuel; MACIAS Jorge; MACIAS MOY DIEGO; GARCIA Carlos; BRUNO Miguel
2009Modeling the Combined Effect of Nutrients and Pyrene on the Plankton Population: Validation Using Mesocosm Experiment Data and Scenario AnalysisDUERI Sibylle; DALLHÖF Ingela; HJORTH Monten; ZALDIVAR COMENGES Jose'; MARINOV D.
2010Modeling the dynamics and export of Dissolved Organic Matter in the Northeastern U.S. continental shelf.DRUON Jean-Noel; MANNINO A.; SIGNORINI S.; MCCLAIN C; FRIEDRICHS M.; WILKIN J.; FENNEL K.
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