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Compendium of Neutron Spectra and Detector Responses for Radiation Protection Purposes (Technical Reports Series (International Atomic Energy Agency))

by International Atomic Energy Agency.

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Published by International Atomic Energy Agency .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Atomic & molecular physics,
  • Radiological Safety,
  • Science,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Industrial Health & Safety,
  • Power Resources - Nuclear,
  • Radiation,
  • Nuclear Energy,
  • Nuclear Physics

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages337
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12857591M
    ISBN 109201022018
    ISBN 109789201022011

    Several dosemeters with these configurations were mounted on a water-filled phantom and exposed normal to: Am-Be, Am-Be softened with a 20 cm radius of polyethylene sphere moderator, Cf neutron spectra. The irradiated detectors were electrochemically etched and evaluated in order to determine their dose equivalent response in terms. Neutron-Detecting Personal Radiation Detectors (PRDs) and Spectroscopic PRDs Market Survey Report 2 wearable RIDs. Both are alarming instruments used to detect and identify radionuclides, to measure and display gamma-ray exposure rate, and (optionally) to indicate neutron radiation.

      In the present study, the Monte Carlo calculations were carried out to evaluate the effect of beam divergence on the response of a spherical thermal-neutron counter at the center of a spherical moderating assembly. A model of 3He detector surrounded with 10 in. diameter polyethylene sphere was utilized to calculate the point isotropic and plane-parallel beams responses of twelve different Cited by: 1. 20 II IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium Conference Record R Neutron Energy Spectrum with Microstructured Semiconductor Neutron Detectors Brian W Cooper, Steven L. Bellinger, Anthony Caruso, Ryan G. Fronk, William H. Miller, Thomas M. Oakes, J. Kenneth Shultis, Timothy J. Sobering, Douglas S. McGregor Abstract-Microstructured semiconductor neutron detector.

    that the response follows the ICRP radiation weighting factors w R (see Chapter 16). The output is approximately proportional to the dose equivalent in soft tissue over a wide range (10 decades) of neutron energy spectra. Other neutron detectors (e.g. those based on 3He) also function on the same principles. Geiger–Müller countersFile Size: KB. various reports, e.g., IAEA Technical Report Series No. ), compendium of neutron spectra and detector responses for radiation protection purposes, and so on. By analyzing these data, spectra will be categorized in source type, spectrum shape, energy range and so on. The spectra to be simulated for the realistic calibration will be.


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Compendium of Neutron Spectra and Detector Responses for Radiation Protection Purposes (Technical Reports Series (International Atomic Energy Agency)) by International Atomic Energy Agency. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Dependence of detector responses on neutron energy is needed in order to achieve an appropriate level of protection against irradiation with neutrons. The Compendium of Neutron Spectra and Detector Responses for Radiation Protection Purposes (Technical Reports Series No.

) published in contains a. This supplement is an update of Technical Report Series No. Compendium of Neutron Spectra and Detector Responses for Radiation Protection Purposes (), that takes into account the major changes in the recommended energy dependence of risk related quantities, the increased importance of high neutron energies, the increased use of boron neutron capture therapy, promising new developments in detector design, new measured workplace spectra.

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Compendium of neutron spectra and detector responses for radiation protection purposes: supplement to Technical reports series no. Author: International Atomic Energy Agency. Compendium of neutron spectra and detector responses for radiation protection purposes Author: R V Griffith ; Jozsef Palfalvi ; U Madhvanath ; International Atomic Energy Agency.

Compendium of Neutron Spectra and Detector Responses for Radiation Protection Purposes Technical Reports Series No. STI/DOC//, pp.; 61 figures;ISBNEnglish. Euro. This data library is a compendium of neutron spectra and detector responses for radiation protection purposes.

The following types of quantities are included: dosimetric quantities, neutron dosimeter response functions and calibration spectra, reactor and other operational spectra. Compendium of neutron spectra and detector responses for radiation protection purposes. Technical Report Series No. (Vienna: IAEA) Technical Report Series No.

Cited by: and MADE for Neutron Sources 6 Source spectra from Compendium of Neutron Spectra and Detector Responses for Radiation Protection Purposes, IAEA Technical Reports Series No. But How About Spectra with Neutrons > 20 MeV.

Because all of the neutron spectra span several energy decades, it could be considered questionable to use only the mean energy of a specific spectrum as the parameter to represent it.

Therefore, the conversion coefficients associated with monoenergetic neutrons corresponding to the ‘given spectrum mean energy’ could significantly differ from the fluence averaged conversion Cited by: 1. 5) Compendium of Neutron Spectra and Detector Responses for Radiation Protection Purposes, Tech.

Rep. IAEA, Vienna (). 6) S. Roesler, J.C. Liu, S.H. Rokni and S. Taniguchi, Neutron energy and time-of-flight spectra behind the lateral shield of a high energy electron accelerator beam dump. Part II: Monte Carlo simulations, Nucl. Instrum. IAEA Technical Reports Series No.

Compendium of Neutron Spectra and Detector Responses for Radiation Protection Purposes (Vienna: IAEA) p 79 [33] Ryves T B and Robertson J C The Au(n, γ) Au cross-section at 228 keV J. Nucl. Energy 25 Cited by: The ‘K-SWR’ calculated the detector's SWRs on the reconstructed neutron spectra.

The detector's SWRs were taken by the superposition of the response function and neutron spectra, which were obtained from the TRS and BSS, respectively. Also, the ‘K-SWR’ reconstructed the energy intervals of the neutron by: 1.

The measurements and calculations of neutron fluence spectra are a key factor in radiation protection dosimetry of neutrons, mainly because there are different neutron sources that can impact the. Compendium of neutron spectra and detector responses for radiation protection purposes.

Technical Reports Series No. Technical Reports Series No. Supplement No. Author: Rodolphe Antoni, Laurent Bourgois. Irradiation and chemical etching A set of CR detectors (intercast, 37 mm × 25 mm × mm) were irradiated with a Am-B source at 4π geometry in the Radiation Standards Section, RP and AD, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, India.

The detectors were irradiated with a total neutron fluence of × 10 9 cm − detector was very close to the source. MODERATION OF NEUTRON SPECTRA c df- 97O 3aa - 4 Hsiao-Hua Hsu and Jing Chen Compendium of Neutron Spectra and Detector Responses for Radiation Protection Purposes, IAEA Technical Reports, Series No.

Vienna, Created Date: 3/8/ AM Author: H.H. Hsu, J. Chen. The neutron spectra of Cf / D 2 O, LaBeCfPu O 2 18, AmBAmBeRaBe and PuBe isotopic neutron sources due to room-return have been determined for various source-to-detector distances in concrete spherical cavities of different radius.

Changes in the amount of thermal neutrons (E ⩽ eV) were analyzed to estimate, for each neutron source, the Cited by: Compendium of neutron spectra and detector responses for radiation protection purposes.

Robin Griffith, József Pálfalvi, U. Madhvanath; Physics; ; Related Papers. Abstract; 3 Citations; Related Papers; The Allen Institute for AI.

Proudly built by AI2 with. International Atomic Energy Agency, Compendium of neutron spectra and detector responses for radiation protection purposes Technical Reports Series No. IAEA, FLUKA: A. Technical Reports Series No. Compendium of neutron spectra and detector responses for radiation protection purposes Supplement to Technical Reports Series No.

(Vienna: International Atomic Energy Agency).1. Author(s): International Atomic Energy Agency. Title(s): Compendium of neutron spectra and detector responses for radiation protection purposes. Country of Publication: Austria Publisher: Vienna: International Atomic Energy Agency, folding the theoretical neutron spectrum with the detection response.

To assess the ratio of scattered neutrons, a 3-D Monte Carlo model of the EAST device was used to calculate the scattered neutron spectrum.

The result was combined with the direct neutron energy spectrum to get the total neutron energy spectrum at the CNS position.