The reactor point-kinetics equations: semi-analytical methods versus numerical methods

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The reactor point-kinetics equations: semi-analytical methods versus numerical methods. / Van den Eynde, Gert; Baeten, Peter (Peer reviewer).

The reactor point-kinetics equations: semi-analytical methods versus numerical methods. Paris, 2005.

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Van den Eynde, G & Baeten, P 2005, The reactor point-kinetics equations: semi-analytical methods versus numerical methods. in The reactor point-kinetics equations: semi-analytical methods versus numerical methods. Paris, Proceedings of the 17th IMACS World Congress, Novotel Tour Eiffel, Paris, France, 2005-07-11.

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Van den Eynde, G., & Baeten, P. (2005). The reactor point-kinetics equations: semi-analytical methods versus numerical methods. In The reactor point-kinetics equations: semi-analytical methods versus numerical methods

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Van den Eynde G, Baeten P. The reactor point-kinetics equations: semi-analytical methods versus numerical methods. In The reactor point-kinetics equations: semi-analytical methods versus numerical methods. Paris. 2005

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Van den Eynde, Gert ; Baeten, Peter. / The reactor point-kinetics equations: semi-analytical methods versus numerical methods. The reactor point-kinetics equations: semi-analytical methods versus numerical methods. Paris, 2005.

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