Atomic Energy

, Volume 80, Issue 3, pp 222–224 | Cite as

Formation and development of a surface layer in the BBER-440 fuel core

  • A. S. Shcheglov
  • V. D. Sidorenko
  • V. N. Proselkov
  • S. M. Bol'shagin
Scientific And Technical Reports

Keywords

Surface Layer Fuel Core 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. S. Shcheglov
  • V. D. Sidorenko
  • V. N. Proselkov
  • S. M. Bol'shagin

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