An application of explicit event tree methodology to small loss of coolant accident of candu-600 reactor

Aliefendioğlu, K. Oğuzhan


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Citation Formats
K. O. Aliefendioğlu, “An application of explicit event tree methodology to small loss of coolant accident of candu-600 reactor,” Middle East Technical University, 1990.