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Hencken, Kai and Kaufmann, Tobias and Gentsch, Dietmar and Delachaux, Thierry. (2016) Modeling and simulation of magnetron discharges inside a vacuum interrupter as a method to analyze the vacuum status. In: 2016 27th International Symposium on Discharges and Electrical Insulation in Vacuum (ISDEIV), 2.

Kramer, Axel and Hencken, Kai. (2015) Optical gas analyzer with compensation for pressure-related refractive index changes. In: Applied Industrial Optics: Spectroscopy, Imaging and Metrology : Proceedings Imaging and Applied Optics 2015. AIM2D.2.

Hencken, Kai. Electromagnetic production of electron positron pairs in relativistic heavy ion collisions. 1994, Doctoral Thesis, University of Basel, Faculty of Science.

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Hencken, Kai and Kaufmann, Tobias and Pancheshnyi, Sergey and Herrmann, Lorenz and Riechert, Uwe. (2016) Simulation of start electron distribution for insulation material testing using PXIPD. IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation, 23 (3). pp. 1636-1642.

Lamara, Tarek and Hencken, Kai and Gentsch, Dietmar. (2015) A Novel Vacuum Interrupter Contact Design for Improved High Current Interruption Performance Based on a Double-TMF Arc Control System. IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, 43 (5). pp. 1798-1805.

Baur, Gerhard and Hencken, Kai and Aste, Andreas and Trautmann, Dirk and Klein, Spencer. (2003) Multi-photon exchange processes in ultraperipheral relativistic heavy-ion collisions. Nuclear Physics A, 729. pp. 787-808.

Aste, Andreas and Baur, Gerhard and Hencken, Kai and Trautmann, Dirk and Scharf, G√ľnter. (2002) Electron positron pair production in the external electromagnetic field of colliding relativistic heavy ions. European Physical Journal C. Particles and Fields , 23. pp. 545-550.

Aste, Andreas and Hencken, Kai and Trautmann, Dirk and Baur, Gerhard. (1994) Electromagnetic pair production with capture. Physical Review A , 50 (5). pp. 3980-3983.