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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
1991Benchmark Exercise on Major Hazard Analysis. Vol. 1. Description of the Project, Discussion of the Results and ConclusionsAMENDOLA Aniello; ZIOMAS I.
1991Benchmark Exercise on Major Hazard Analysis. Vol. 3. Seismic AnalysisAMENDOLA Aniello; DROGARIS Georgios; SOLOMOS George
2009Benchmark Exercise on Risk Assessment Methods Applied to a Virtual Hydrogen Refuelling StationKOOS Ham; MARANGON Alessia; MIDDHA Pankrul; VERSLOOT Nico; CARCASSI Marco; HANSEN Olav; SCHIAVETTI Martino; PAPANIKOLAOU Efi; VENETSANOS Alexandros; ENGEBO Angunn, et al
2011Benchmark Exercise on Risk Assessment Methods Applied to a Virtual Hydrogen Refuelling StationHAM Koos; MARANGON Alessia; MIDDHA Prankul; VERSLOOT Nico; ROSMULLER Nils; CARCASSI Marco; HANSEN Olav; SCHIAVETTI Martino; PAPANIKOLAOU Efi; VENETSANOS Alexander, et al
2011The Benchmark Project IRIS on Missile Impacts on Concrete Containment Structures - Modelling Approach & Analysis Results of JRCMARTIN Oliver; CENTRO Vincent; SCHWOERZIG Thierry
2007Benchmark Study on Fuel Bundle Degradation in the FPT3 Phebus Test Using the Severe Accident Codes Athlet-CD, ICARE2 and MELCORTOTH BELA; MUELLER Klaus; BIRCHLEY Jon; WADA Hozumi; JAMOND Claude; TRAMBAUER Klaus
2010Benchmark Study on Fuel Bundle Degradation in the PHEBUS FPT2 Test Using State-of-the-Art Severe Accident Analysis CodesTOTH Bela; BIELIAUSKAS ARUNAS; BANDINI G.; BIRCHLEY J.; WADA H; HOHORST J; JAMOND Claude; TRAMBAUER Klaus
2010A Benchmark Study on Risk-Informed In-Service Inspection Methodologies (RISMET)GANDOSSI Luca; SIMOLA Kaisa; STEVENSON Paul; O'REGAN Patrick; LYDELL Bengt; HULTQVIST Göran; LEIJON Anders; ENGER Krister
2012Benchmark testing of algorithms for very robust regression: FS, LMS and LTSTORTI Francesca; PERROTTA Domenico; ATKINSON Anthony C.; RIANI Marco
2010Benchmarking and quality analysis of DEM generated from high and very high resolution optical stereo satellite dataREINARTZ Peter; PABLO D'angelo; KRAUSS Thomas; POLI DANIELA; JACOBSEN Karsten; BUYUKSALIH Gurcan
2009Benchmarking on the Evaluation of Major Accident related Risk AssessmentFABBRI LUCIANO; CONTINI SERGIO
2007Benchmarking Study of Maintenance Performance Monitoring PracticesVAISNYS POVILAS; BIETH MICHEL; CONTRI PAOLO
2012The benefit from reduced energy import bills and the importance of energy prices in GHG reduction scenariosDOWLING PAUL; RUSS Hans Peter
2008The Benefit of High-Resolution Operational Weather Forecasts for Flash Flood WarningYOUNIS Jalal; ANQUETIN Sandrine; THIELEN DEL POZO Jutta
2008The Benefit Of High-Resolution Operational Weather Forecasts For Flash Flood WarningYOUNIS JALAL; ANQUETIN Sandrine; THIELEN DEL POZO JUTTA
2010The Benefit of Hindsight; An Evaluation of North Sea Herring Management Plans from 1995 to the PresentSIMMONDS EDMUND; ANDERSON JOHN
2007The Benefit of Probabilistic Flood Forecasting on European Scale Results of the European Flood Alert System for 2005/2006BARTHOLMES JENS; DOMINGUES RAMOS Maria Helena; THIELEN DEL POZO JUTTA
2012Benefits and cost implications from integrating small flexible nuclear reactors with off-shore wind farms in a virtual power plantSHROPSHIRE DAVID; PURVINS ARTURS; PAPAIOANNOU IOULIA; MASCHIO ISABELLA
2007The Benefits of Applying Microsystems in RadiochemistryJANSSENS-MAENHOUT GREET
2006The Benefits of the FUMEX-II Project for Extending the Verification of the TRANSURANUS CodeVAN UFFELEN PAUL; SCHUBERT ARNDT; GYOERI Csaba; VAN DE LAAR JACQUES
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