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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)
2012The evolution of Public Safety Communications in Europe: the results from the FP7 HELP projectBALDINI Gianmarco; FERRUS Ramon; SALLENT Oriol; DELMAS Serge; HIRST Paul
2007The Evolution of the European Fossil Fuel Power Generation Sector and its Impact on the Sustainability of the Energy SystemTZIMAS EVANGELOS; GEORGAKAKI ALIKI; PETEVES ESTATHIOS
2005Evolution of the Nuclear Fuel Mechanical Properties with Burn-up - An Extensive European Experimental ProgramBARON P.; MASSON R.; GATT J.-M.; SPINO JOSE LUIS
2006Evolution of the Thermophysical Properties of the UO2 Fuel as a Function of Burn-upSTAICU DRAGOS; RONDINELLA VINCENZO; WISS THIERRY; PAPAIOANNOU DIMITRIOS; KINOSHITA C.; SASAHARA A.; SONODA T.; KITAJIMA S.; BARON D.; LAUX D.
2011Evolutions and Challenges towards a Potential Pan-European HVAC/HVDC SuperGridFULLI Gianluca; PURVINS ARTURS; RÜBERG Sven; L’ABBATE Angelo; MIGLIAVACCA Gianluigi
1997Examination of Samples from a Simulated Reactor Accident (Phebus FP FPT0 Test).BOTTOMLEY Paul david william; STALIOS Achilleas; GLATZ Jean paul; SAETMARK Birgit; COQUERELLE Michel clement
1991Examination of Thermal Detonation Codes and Included Fragmentation Models by Means of Triggered Propagation Experiments in a Tin/Water MixtureZEYEN Roland; MUELLER Karl; HOHMANN Hermann; BUERGER M
2002Examples of quantification in XPS on 5f Materials.GOUDER Thomas; HAVELA L.
2008Excitation Functions and Yields for Re-186g Production by Proton and Deuteron Cyclotron IrradiationABBAS Kamel; HOLZWARTH Uwe; GIBSON Peter; SIMONELLI Federica; BONARDI Mauro; GROPPI F; MANENTI S.; PERSICO E
2007Excitation Functions and Yields for Re-186g Production by Proton Cyclotron IrradiationBONARDI M L; PERSICO E; GROPPI F; MENAPACE E.; ZONA C; CANELLA L; MORZENTI S.; ABBAS KAMEL; HOLZWARTH UWE
2008Excitation Functions and Yields for Re-186g Production by Proton Cyclotron IrradiationPERSICO E; BONARDI M L; GROPPI F; CANELLA L; ZONA C; ABBAS KAMEL; HOLZWARTH UWE; GIBSON Peter; SIMONELLI FEDERICA; MENAPACE E
2008Expected Mean in an Environmental Noise Measurement and its Related UncertaintyPAVIOTTI Marco; KEPHALOPOULOS Stylianos
2006Experience and Lessons Learned on NPP Maintenance Optimization in EuropeBIETH MICHEL; PLA Patricia; RIEG Claude; SCHOELS Hubert; RANGUELOVA VESSELINA
2009The experience of Environmental Impact Assessment of marine harbours in Estonia: legal aspects, methods used and main outcomesJAERVIK A.; RAID Tiit
2011Experience with Nuclear Inspector Training at JRC, IspraBERNDT Reinhard; MORTREAU Patricia
2012Experience with Small Punch (SP) Creep Testing at the JRC since the launch of the CEN Code of PracticeHURST Roger christopher; TURBA KRYSTOF; BLAGOEVA Darina; HAEHNER Peter
2013Experiences in Uranium Abundance Analysis Using the MTE MethodologyBLACK CLAUDIE KATE; ZULEGER Evelyn; HORTA DOMENECH Joan; VARGAS ZUNIGA Martin
2012Experiences on Integrated Personal Health Systems—evidence from eight European countriesLLUCH MARIA
2009Experimental Analysis of 3.5 GHz WiMAX 802.16e Interference in WiMedia-defined UWB Radio TransmissionsLLORENTE Roberto; ZEISBERG Sven; PIESIEWICZ Radoslaw; BISWAS Abdur Rahim; COTTON Michael; FUEHRER Detlef; BUCAILLE Isabelle; SELVA Bruno; PEREZ Joaquin; BELTRAN Marta, et al
2012Experimental and numerical assessment of thermal fatigue in 316 austenitic steel pipesPAFFUMI Elena; NILSSON Karl-Fredrik
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