Many-body interatomic potentials to model radiation damage in reactor pressure vessel steels and in-core components

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Many-body interatomic potentials to model radiation damage in reactor pressure vessel steels and in-core components. / Bonny, Giovanni; Pasianot, Roberto; Malerba, Lorenzo; Al Mazouzi, Abderrahim (Peer reviewer).

Proceedings of the 2nd International Youth Conference on Energetics. Budapest, Hungary, 2009.

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Bonny, G, Pasianot, R, Malerba, L & Al Mazouzi, A 2009, Many-body interatomic potentials to model radiation damage in reactor pressure vessel steels and in-core components. in Proceedings of the 2nd International Youth Conference on Energetics. Budapest, Hungary, 2nd International Youth Conference on Energetics, Budapest, Hungary, 2009-06-04.

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Bonny, G., Pasianot, R., Malerba, L., & Al Mazouzi, A. (2009). Many-body interatomic potentials to model radiation damage in reactor pressure vessel steels and in-core components. In Proceedings of the 2nd International Youth Conference on Energetics Budapest, Hungary.

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Bonny G, Pasianot R, Malerba L, Al Mazouzi A. Many-body interatomic potentials to model radiation damage in reactor pressure vessel steels and in-core components. In Proceedings of the 2nd International Youth Conference on Energetics. Budapest, Hungary. 2009

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Bonny, Giovanni ; Pasianot, Roberto ; Malerba, Lorenzo ; Al Mazouzi, Abderrahim. / Many-body interatomic potentials to model radiation damage in reactor pressure vessel steels and in-core components. Proceedings of the 2nd International Youth Conference on Energetics. Budapest, Hungary, 2009.

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