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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
1987Behaviour of the Nozzle Corner Region during the First Phase of the Fatigue Test on Scaled Models of Pressure Vessels (JRC Vessel A)LUCIA Alfredo; ELBAZ Jack; DUJARDIN Roger; BRUNNHUBER Rudolf; SCHWARZ Uwe
1997Behaviour of UO2 towards Other Solid and Gaseous Non Metals.BICKEL Michael
2006Behavioural Adaptations and Modelling Drivers Performance with Advanced Automation SystemsCACCIABUE Pietro; SAAD Farida
2012Behavioural Biometrics: Emerging Trends and Ethical RisksSCHUMACHER Guenter
1997The BEMA Project. Fluxes of Biogenic VOC from Mediterranean Vegetation by Trap Enrichment Relaxed Eddy Accumulation.GRECO S.; BERTIN Nadia; HANSEN Ute; CICCIOLI Paolo; CECINATO A.; BRANCALEONI E.; FRATTONI Massimiliano
1997The BEMA-Project. An Overveiw of the Castelporziano Experiments.CICCIOLI Paolo; DLUGI R.; FOSTER P.; HEWITT C.n.; KESSELMEIER J.; KOTZIAS Dimitrios; LENZ R.; MANES Fausto; PEREZ PASTOR R.; STEINBRECHER Rainer, et al
1997The BEMA-Project. Biogenic Emissions and CO2 Gas Exchange Investigated on Four Mediterranean Shrubs.HANSEN Ute; VAN EIJK Jacob; BERTIN Nadia; STAUDT Michael; KOTZIAS Dimitrios; FUGIT J.-l.; CECINATO A.; BRANCALEONI E.; CICCIOLI Paolo; BOMBOI MINGARRO M.t.
1997The BEMA-Project. Biogenic Emissions from the Mediterranean Pseudosteppe Ecosystem Present at Castelporziano.CICCIOLI Paolo; FABOZZI Concetta; BRANCALEONI E.; CECINATO A.; FRATTONI Massimiliano; KOTZIAS Dimitrios; FOSTER Panayotis; STEINBRECHER Rainer
1997The BEMA-Project. Diurnal and Seasonal Course of Monoterpene Emissions by Quercus olex I. under Natural Conditions. Application of Light and Temperature Algorithms.BERTIN Nadia; STAUDT Michael; HANSEN Ute; CICCIOLI Paolo; FOSTER Panayotis; FUGIT J.-l.
1997The BEMA-Project. Ecophysiological Studies of Mediterranean Plant Species at the Castelporziano Estate.MANES Fausto; VITALE Marcello
1997The BEMA-Project. General Methods Used during the Castelporziano Campaigns.ENDERS Gerhard; KOTZIAS Dimitrios
1997The BEMA-Project. Scaling-up the Biogenic Emissions from Test Sites at Castelporziano.LENZ R.; FORSTER Eva-maria; SELIGE Thomas
1997The BEMA-Project. Seasonal and Diurnal Patterns of Monoterpene Emissions from Pinus pinea L. (it.) under Field Conditions.STAUDT Michael; BERTIN Nadia; HANSEN Ute; CICCIOLI Paolo; FOSTER P.; FUGIT J.-l.
1987Bemerkungen zur mathematischen Beschreibung der Schaedigung von Materialien unter BestrahlungSTEINBACH E.
2009Benchmark Analyses for Fracture Mechanics Methods for Assessing Sub-Clad Flaws - NESC-VI Final ReportLAUEROVA D.; TAYLOR Nigel; PISTORA V.; MINNEBO Philip; PAFFUMI Elena
2007Benchmark Exercise in Quantitative Area Risk Assessment in Central and Eastern European Countries (BEQUAR) Final ReportFABBRI LUCIANO; JIRSA PAVEL; CONTINI SERGIO
2001Benchmark Exercise on Expert Judgement Techniques in PSA Level 2.COJAZZI Giacomo giovanni mariano; GRASSINI Germano; FOGLI Daniela; DE GELDER P.; GRYFFROY D.; BOLADO Ricardo; HOFER E.; VIROLAINEN R.; COE I.m.; BASSANELLI A., et al
2000Benchmark Exercise on Expert Judgement Techniques in PSA Level 2. Extended Final Report.COJAZZI Giacomo giovanni mariano; FOGLI Daniela
2000Benchmark Exercise on Expert Judgement Techniques in PSA Level 2. Phase 1: Summary and Evaluation of Unstructured Expert Judgement Results.COJAZZI Giacomo giovanni mariano; FOGLI Daniela; GRASSINI Germano
1991Benchmark Exercise on Major Hazard Analysis. Vol. 1. Description of the Project, Discussion of the Results and ConclusionsAMENDOLA Aniello; ZIOMAS I.
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