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J. Berka, D. Marušáková and J. Kalivodová

LITERATURA 1. A technology roadmap for Generation IV Nuclear Energy System, U.S. DOE Nuclear Energy Research Advisory Committee and the Generation IV International Forum 2002 , [online]. ( accessed 1 Jan 2018 ). 2. Kissane M. P., Nuclear Engineering and Design 2009 , 239, 3076–3091. 3. ARCHER final meeting. [online] . ( accessed 1 Jan 2018 ). 4. Berka J., Paliva 2013 , 5(4), 136–141. 5. Natesan K., Purohit A., Tam S. W., report

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J. Stoulil, M. Kouřil and D. Dobrev

Nuclear Waste Disposal Containers. Corrosion 2019 (available ). 5. Rosborg, B., et al., Corrosion rate of pure copper in an oxic bentonite/saline groundwater environment. Corrosion Engineering, Science and Technology 2011 , 46 (2), 148-152. 6. Hall, D. S.; Keech, P. G., An overview of the Canadian corrosion program for the long-term management of nuclear waste. Corrosion Engineering, Science and Technology 2017 , 52 (S1), 2-5. 7. Kremer, E. P., Durability of the Canadian used fuel container

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J. Bystrianský, V. Šefl, P. Sajdl, J. Fojt and P. Bábková

-434. 7. Bystrianský,J. et al. Determination of conditions leading to localized corrosion initiation on UNS 32100 (AISI 321) stainless steels in nuclear power environments. Nuclear Engineering and Design 1995, 157, 123-136. 8. Vejvoda, S.; Bystrianský, J. Program DIALIFE _ KE; Blok - vysokoteplotní oxidace austenitických ocelí. 9. Aspden, J.D. et al. Some Aspects of Combined Oxygenated Treatment, Proceedings of VGB Conference, Mittwoch, 2001. 10. Kowaka, M. Metal Corrosion Damage and Protection Technology. Ch 5.3 Steam

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Enikő Bitay, Irén Kacsó and Erzsébet Veress

(letöltve: 2018. május 15.) [17] Plodinec M. J.: Development of glass compositions for immobilization of Savannah river plant waste. In: Scientific basis for nuclear waste management (Szerk.: McCarthy G.J.), Springer, 1979. 31–35. [18] Wicks G. G., McKibben J. M., Plodinec M. J., Ramsey W. G.: SRS vitrification studies in support of the US program for disposition of excess plutonium. In: Disposal of weapon plutonium–Approaches and prospects. NATO Advanced Science Institute Series, Subseries, 1, (Szerk.: Merz E. R

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Z. Ranachowski, D. Jóźwiak-Niedźwiedzka, P. Ranachowski, M. Dąbrowski, S. Kudela and T. Dvorak

-1675 (2001). [6] Y. Nakashima, S. Kamia, Mathematica Programs for the Analysis of Three-Dimensional Pore Connectivity and Anisotropic Tortuosity of Porous Rocks using X-ray Computed Tomography Image data, J. of Nuclear Science and Technology 44 , 9, 1233-1247 (2012). [7] J.L.Provis, R.J. Myers, C.E. White, X-ray microtomography shows pore structure and tortuosity in alkali-activated binders, Cement & Concrete Research 42 , 855-864 (2012). [8] E. Gallucci, K. Scrivener, A. Groso, M. Stampanoni, G. Margaritondo, Experimental investigation of the

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V. Šefl

References 1. Yao, J.; Munse, W. Low-cycle Fatigue of Metals. Literature Review; Defense Technical Information Center, 1961. 2. Deardorf, K. K. C. J., Fujikawa A.F. A survey of current US nuclear plant fatigue issues. 3rd International Conference on Fatigue of Reactor Componentss. 2004. 3. Materials Reliability Program: Operating Experience Regarding Thermal Fatigue of Piping Connected To PWR Reactor Coolant Systems (MRP-85). 4. Ehrnsten, U.; Ivanchenko, M.; Nevdacha, N.; Yagozinskyy, Y

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J. Okrajni and A. Marek

REFERENCES [1] G.A. Webster, R.A. Ainsworth, High Temperature Component Life Assessment, Chapman & Hall, 1994 London. [2] FITNET Report (European Fitness-for-service Network) Edited by M. Kocak, S. Webster, J.J. Janosch, R.A. Ainsworth, R. Koers, Contract No. G1RT-CT-2001-05071, 2006. [3] Nuclear Electric Ltd, Assessment Procedure for the High Temperature Response of Structure, Proc. R5 Issue 2, UK, 1997. [4] A. Hernas, Żarowytrzymałość stali i stopów, Wydawnictwo Politechniki Śląskiej, 1999 Gliwice (in Polish). [5] RWTÜV Replicas

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A. Zieliński, M. Sroka, A. Hernas and M. Kremzer

References [1] J. Dobrzański, Open Access Library, Materials science interpretation of the life of steels for power plants, Gliwice 2011. [2] Z. Brytan, J. Niagaj, Chiang. Mai. J. Sci. 40, (5), 923-937 (2013). [3] L.A. Dobrzanski, R. Maniara, J. Sokolowski, W. Kasprzak, M. Krupiński, Z. Brytan, J. Mater. Process. Tech. 192, 582-587 (2007). [4] The Preparation of the Polish Industry for the Construction of Nuclear Power Plants, the current state of activities of the Ministry of Economy, Warsaw

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Dong Jin Kim, Joon-Ho Oh, Han Soo Kim, Young Soo Kim, Manhee Jeong, Chang Goo Kang, Woo Jin Jo, Hyojeong Choi, Jong Guk Kim, Seung Hee Lee and Jang Ho Ha

Ω·cm), which are all eligible properties for enhanced radiation detection properties. Therefore, TlBr single crystals can be regarded as one of the most promising materials for the next-generation semiconductor radiation detection device. Acknowledgements The authors would like to gratefully acknowledge the financial support by the Nuclear R&D Program of the Ministry of Science, the ICT & Future Planning (MSIP) of South Korea (NRF-2010-0026096, NRF-2013M2A2A4023359) and by a grant from the Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (Grant No.: 523280

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Kibrom M. Alula, James H. Resau and Osman V. Patel

; Goilav, 2011 ; Werneck-Silva et al., 2006 ). For example, decreased apoptotic rates play a critical role in carcinogenesis, treatment response, and resistance development ( Housman et al., 2014 ; Mattern and Volm, 2004 ). However, increased apoptotic rates are known to precipitate an array of neurodegenerative and autoimmune diseases ( Kermer et al., 2004 ; Mattson, 2000 ). Similarly, the intricate synchronization of programmed cell death is pivotal in regulating key reproductive processes from ovulation to implantation ( Boeddeker and Hess, 2015 ; Harada et al