3 edition of External ICRP 60 dose conversion factors for air and water immersion, groundshine and soil found in the catalog.
External ICRP 60 dose conversion factors for air and water immersion, groundshine and soil
Colin R. Macdonald
|Statement||by Colin R. Macdonald and Martha Laverock.|
|Series||Technical record (Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd) -- 739|
|Contributions||Laverock, Martha., Atomic Energy of Canada Limited., Canadian Nuclear Fuel Waste Management Program., Whiteshell Laboratories. Environmental Science Branch.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
The discrepancies in dose equivalent data are explained mainly by incorrect quality factors of secondary charged particles used in earlier calculations. Another conclusion is that the ambient dose equivalent H * (10) satisfies the requirement of conservativity for high energy radiations in practical cases of radiation fields outside by: EXTERNAL DOSE CONVERSION FACTORS Immersion in water The estimates of water immersion dose conversion factors for aquatic biota calculated by NRCC () were adopted and were used for the generic fish (Table B3). R.M. HolfordSupplement to dose conversion factors for air, water, soil and building materials. AECL, Atomic Energy of Cited by:
Dose Conversion Factors. Dose Conversion Factors (DCFs) provided by the International Atomic Energy Agency in its Safety Series document, are available from this site for viewing or download. These factors give the dose per unit intake by inhalation or ingestion for a large number of radionuclides, for adults and children of various ages. Federal Guidance Report No. (FGR) Issued Description; External Exposure to Radionuclides in Air, Water and Soil This federal guidance updates and expands the Federal Guidance Report No. 12 (FGR 12), providing age-specific reference person effective dose rate coefficients for 1, radionuclides based on external exposure to radionuclides distributed in air, water or soil.
SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS FOR DCFS "External Dose-Rate Conversion Factors for Calculation of Dose to the Public" (DOE/EH ) - Needed for plume and ground shine " Limiting Values of Radionuclide Intake and Air Concentration and, Dose Conversion Factors for Inhalation, Submersion and Ingestion" (FGR-I I) EPA / (September ). ICRP Publication Dose Coefficients for Intakes The Commission’s recommendations on radiation protection standards in ICRP Publication 60 were developed to take into account new biological information related to the detriment associated with radiation exposures and supersede the earlier recommendations in ICRP Publication 26 Authors: ICRP, ICRP.
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External dose-rate conversion factors of radionuclides for air submersion, ground surface contamination and water immersion based on the new ICRP dosimetric setting.
Yoo SJ(1), Jang HK, Lee JK, Noh S, Cho G. Author information: (1)Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety, 34 Gwahak-ro, Yuseong-gu, Daejeonby: 4 rate coefficients for the following types of environmental external exposures: soil 5 contamination, air submersion, and water immersion.
6 These coefficients are needed to evaluate effective dose and/or organ equivalent 7 doses from activity concentrations in the environment, air kerma free in air, 8 absorbed dose in air, or ambient dose equivalent.
The difference in effective dose between an adult and an infant is % at a photon energy of 50 keV, while it is less than 70% above a photon energy of keV, where the smaller differences are observed for air submersion and the largest differences are observed for soil contamination on the surface of the ground.
External dose-rate conversion factors of radionuclides for air submersion, ground surface contamination and water immersion based on the new ICRP dosimetric setting Song Jae Yoo, 1, 2 Han-Ki Jang, 3 Jai-Ki Lee, 4, * Siwan Noh, 4 and Gyuseong Cho 2Cited by: External dose-rate conversion factors of radionuclides for air submersion, ground surface contamination and water immersion based on the new ICRP dosimetric setting.
Yoo SJ, Jang HK, Lee JK, Noh S, groundshine and water immersion. Doses to the Reference Phantoms were calculated by Monte Carlo simulations with the MCNPX radiation. External dose-rate conversion factors of radionuclides for air submersion, External ICRP 60 dose conversion factors for air and water immersion surface contamination and water immersion based on the new ICRP dosimetric setting Radiat.
by: 1. External dose-rate conversion factors of radionuclides for air submersion, ground surface contamination and water immersion based on the new ICRP dosimetric EXTERNAL EXPOSURE TO RADIONUCLIDES IN AIR, WATER, AND SOIL. Keith F.
Eckerman and Jeffrey C. Ryman September ERRATUM p. Table C Scaled External Bremsstrahlung from Electrons for Water For T = and k/T =the table entry should read Disclaimer - For assistance accessing this document or additional.
Authors on behalf of ICRP N. Petoussi-Henss, W.E. Bolch, K.F. Eckerman, A. Endo, N. Hertel, J. Hunt, M. Pelliccioni, H. Schlattl, M. Zankl Abstract - This report gives fluence to dose conversion coefficients for both effective dose and organ absorbed doses for various types of external exposures, consistent with the Recommendations of the.
Annals of the ICRP ICRP PUBLICATION Compendium of Dose Coefficients based on ICRP Publication 60 Editor C.H. CLEMENT Authors on behalf of ICRP K. Eckerman, J. Harrison, H-G. Menzel, C.H. Clement PUBLISHED FOR The International Commission on Radiological Protection by Please cite this issue as ‘ICRP, Compendium of Dose Coefficients File Size: KB.
Furthermore, the effective dose conversion coefficients for radionuclides were also calculated according to the ICRP 60 definition and compared with those for the ICRP (ICRP ) definition for all nuclides. The difference was found to be within 10 %, and about 80 % of the coefficients agreed within a few per by: ICRP Publicat Pergamon Press, Oxford.
ICRP (International Commission on Radiological Protection). (&). Recommendations of the International Commission on Radiological Protection.
ICRP Publicat Pergamon Press, Oxford. Kocher, D. Dose-rate conversion factors for external exposure to photons and by: ICRP routinely solicits comments on most draft documents prior to publication, with the exception of those that are basically compilations of computed values such as specific absorbed fraction values or dose conversion factors.
reductions in the tissue weighting factor as compared to the ICRP 60 report and this in turn contributes to the reduction in the effective dose obtained. Table 2 shows that the minimum effective dose obtained with the ICRP 60 is mSv while the correspond-ing minimum with ICRP is Size: KB.
The major contributors of beta activity in tap water were 40 K, Pb, and Ra (Le et al. ), and the International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP) dose conversion factors used.
As part of a broader effort to calculate effective dose rate coefficients for external exposure to photons and electrons emitted by radionuclides distributed in air, soil or water, age-specific.
Federal Guidance Report No. 15 (FGR 15), External Exposure to Radionuclides in Air, Water and Soil, tabulates age-specific reference person effective dose rate coefficients for 1, radionuclides based on external exposure to radionuclides distributed in air, water or soil.
FGR 15 updates and expands the Federal Guidance Report No. 12 (FGR 12), External Exposure to Radionuclides in Air. Request PDF | Effective dose rate coefficients for exposure to contaminated soil | The Oak Ridge National Laboratory Center for Radiation Protection Knowledge has undertaken calculations related.
• Draft revised “Blue Book” now under SAB review • Update to FGR 13 ~ years away FGR 12 (): • Provides dose conversion factors for external radiation sources - Surface soil contamination - Various depths of volume soil contamination - Dose coefficients for water immersion - Dose coefficients for air submersion.
Annals of ICRP, v. 26, No 3 4, Pergamon, p. This report summarises the work of a Joint Task Group on Dose-Related Quantities for Radiological Protection against External Radiation established in the latter part of This group was appointed by both the International Commission on.
Dose Conversion Factors. The U. S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) has prepared a listing of “exposure to dose” conversion factors in two reports.
For internal doses, the report is entitled “Limiting Values of Radionuclide Intake and Air Concentration and Dose Conversion Factors for Inhalation, Submersion and Ingestion”.This report is a compilation of dose coefficients for intakes of radionuclides by workers and members of the public, and conversion coefficients for use in occupational radiological protection against external radiation from Publicati 72, and 74 (ICRP, b, a,b).
It serves as a comprehensive reference for dose coefficients based on the primary radiation protection guidance given Cited by: Request PDF | Organ and detriment-weighted dose rate coefficients for exposure to radionuclide-contaminated soil considering body morphometries that differ from reference conditions: adults and.