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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2007A Simple-to-use Procedure to Evaluate the Social and Economic Impacts of Sporting Events on Local CommunitiesRUEDA CANTUCHE Jose; RAMIREZ-HURTADO Jose Manuel
2002Simplicity versus Complexity in Modelling Groundwater Recharge in Chalk Catchments.BRADFORD R.b.; RAGAB R.; CROOKS S.m.; BOURAOUI Faycal; PETERS E.
1990A Simplified Constrained Estimation Procedure for a Particular Case of Regression EquationsOLIVI Luciano
2006Simplified Model for the Stiffness and Energy Dissipation Characteristics of Hollow Rc Bridge PiersPAULOTTO CARLO; AYALA Gustavo; TAUCER FABIO
2009Simplified Modelling of Circulating Flow of Solids Between a Fluidised Bed and a Vertical Pneumatic Transport Tube Reactor Connected by OrificesSVOBODA Karel; KALISZ SYLWESTER; MICCIO FRANCESCO; WIECZOREK KAMILA; POHORELY Michael
2012Simplified models for assessment and optimal redesign of irregular planar framesVARUM Humberto; PINTO VIEIRA Artur; COSTA Anibal; VILA REAL Paulo
2007Simplified Models/Procedures for Estimation of Secant-to-Yielding Stiffness, Equivalent Damping, Ultimate Deformations and Shear Capacity of Bridge Piers on the Basis of Numerical AnalysisPAULOTTO CARLO; AYALA GUSTAVO; TAUCER FABIO; PINTO VIEIRA ARTUR
2008A Simplified Parameterization of the Monthly Topsoil Water BudgetPISTOCCHI Alberto; BOURAOUI Faycal; BITTELLI M.
2006Simplifying the Interaction of Land Surfaces with Radiation for Relating Remote Sensing Products to Climate ModelsPINTY BERNARD; LAVERGNE Thomas; DICKINSON R.e.; WIDLOWSKI JEAN-LUC; GOBRON NADINE; VERSTRAETE MICHEL
2008SIMS Analysis of 83Kr Implanted UO2PORTIER S.; BREMIER Stephan; HASNAOUI Rachid; BILDSTEIN O.; WALKER Clive
2009SIMS Analysis of an UO2 Fuel Irradiated at low Temperature to 65 MWd/kgHMWALKER Clive; BREMIER Stephan; PORTIER S.; HASNAOUI Rachid; GOLL W.
2004SIMS Analysis of Uranium and Actinides in Microparticles of Different Origin.TAMBORINI Gabriella
2009SIMS Analysis of Xe and Kr in a High Burn-up UO2 Nuclear FuelWALKER Clive; BREMIER Stephan; PORTIER S.; HASNAOUI Rachid
2000Simulacion mediante el Codigo de Calculo COMETA de los Experimentos de Interaccion Combustible Fundido-Refrigerante Realizados en la Instalacion FARO.PLA Patricia; ANNUNZIATO Alessandro; ADDABBO Carmelo
2012Simulated Accident Testing of a Fuel Element from the HFR-EU1bis Irradiation CampaignSEEGER OLIVER; KNEBEL KEVIN; DE WEERD Wim; CARBOL Paul; BOTTOMLEY Paul; RONDINELLA Vincenzo; ALLELEIN H.-J.
2014Simulated air quality and pollutant budgets over Europe in 2008ULAS Im; DASKALAKIS Nikos; MYRIOKEFALITAKIS Stelios; VREKOUSSIS Mihalis; HJORTH Jens; GERASOPOULOS Evangelos; KOUVARAKIS G.; Richter Andreas; BURROWS John; POZZOLI Luca, et al
2002Simulated Coal Ash Corrosion of Ni-Based Alloys.CASTELLO Paolo; GUTTMANN Viktor; FARR N.; SMITH G.
2009Simulating crop damages due to abiotic events: case studies using the AbioticDamage model libraryCONFALONIERI Roberto; DONATELLI Marcello; ACUTIS Marco; BELLOCCHI Gianni; LAZAR Catalin; FANCHINI Davide; TUBIELLO FRANCESCO; BARUTH Bettina
2003Simulating Kernel Lot Sampling: the Effect of Heterogeneity on the Detection of GMO ContaminationsPAOLETTI Claudia; DONATELLI Marcelli; KAY Simon; VAN DEN EEDE Guy louis marie
2013Simulating long-term effects of policies in the agri-food sector: requirements, challenges and recommendationsTonini A; MICHALEK Jerzy; FELLMANN Thomas; M'BAREK Robert; DELINCE Jacques; PHILIPPIDIS GEORGE
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