Ross F. Radel, Ph.D.

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2007 University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
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Nuclear Engineering
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Gerald L. Kulcinski grad student 2007 UW Madison
 (Detection of highly enriched uranium and tungsten surface damage studies using a pulsed inertial electrostatic confinement fusion device.)
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Zenobia SJ, Radel RF, Cipiti BB, et al. (2009) High temperature surface effects of He+ implantation in ICF fusion first wall materials Journal of Nuclear Materials. 389: 213-220
Sorebo JH, Kulcinski GL, Radel RF, et al. (2009) Special nuclear materials detection using IEC fusion pulsed neutron source Fusion Science and Technology. 56: 540-544
Radel RF, Kulcinski GL. (2007) Implantation of He+ in candidate fusion first wall materials Journal of Nuclear Materials. 367: 434-439
Radel RF, Kulcinski GL, Ashley RP, et al. (2007) Detection of highly enriched uranium using a pulsed D-D fusion source Fusion Science and Technology. 52: 1087-1091
Radel RF, Kulcinski GL, Ashley RP, et al. (2006) Detection of HEU using a pulsed inertial electrostatic confinement D-D fusion device Transactions of the American Nuclear Society. 95: 12
Radel RF, Kulcinski GL. (2005) Implantation of D and He in W-coated refractory carbides Fusion Science and Technology. 47: 1250-1254
Wehmeyer AL, Radel RF, Kulcinski GL. (2005) Optimizing neutron production rates from D-D fusion in an inertial electrostatic confinement device Fusion Science and Technology. 47: 1260-1264
Santarius JF, Kulcinski GL, Ashley RP, et al. (2005) Overview of University of Wisconsin inertial-electrostatic confinement fusion research Fusion Science and Technology. 47: 1238-1244
Ashley RP, Kulcinski GL, Santarius JF, et al. (2003) Recent progress in steady state fusion using D-3He Fusion Science and Technology. 44: 564-566
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