Multiscale modelling of radiation effects in nuclear materials

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Multiscale modelling of radiation effects in nuclear materials. / Malerba, Lorenzo; Bertolus, Marjorie; Bonny, Giovanni (Peer reviewer).

Conference Proceedings FISA 2013 - 8th European conference on Euratom research and training in reactor systems. Vol. 1 Luxembourg, Luxembourg, 2014. p. 407-429.

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Malerba, L, Bertolus, M & Bonny, G 2014, Multiscale modelling of radiation effects in nuclear materials. in Conference Proceedings FISA 2013 - 8th European conference on Euratom research and training in reactor systems. vol. 1, Luxembourg, Luxembourg, pp. 407-429, FISA Conference 2013 - 8th European conference on Euratom research and training in reactor systems, Vilnius, Lithuania, 2013-10-14.

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Malerba, L., Bertolus, M., & Bonny, G. (2014). Multiscale modelling of radiation effects in nuclear materials. In Conference Proceedings FISA 2013 - 8th European conference on Euratom research and training in reactor systems (Vol. 1, pp. 407-429). Luxembourg, Luxembourg.

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Malerba L, Bertolus M, Bonny G. Multiscale modelling of radiation effects in nuclear materials. In Conference Proceedings FISA 2013 - 8th European conference on Euratom research and training in reactor systems. Vol. 1. Luxembourg, Luxembourg. 2014. p. 407-429

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Malerba, Lorenzo ; Bertolus, Marjorie ; Bonny, Giovanni. / Multiscale modelling of radiation effects in nuclear materials. Conference Proceedings FISA 2013 - 8th European conference on Euratom research and training in reactor systems. Vol. 1 Luxembourg, Luxembourg, 2014. pp. 407-429

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