Radiation Dose Management

Radiation Dose Management

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The revised recommendations of the ICRP in its Publication 60 have led to significant changes in attitudes and to a new culture of radiological protection. Lower dose limits and the requirement to ensure that exposure is as low as reasonably achievable means that detailed attention must be given to radiological aspects from design, through commissioning, operation and maintenance, to eventual decommissioning. In this book the authors discuss the complex solutions to the problems of dose reduction, involving a scientific approach to the understanding of the sources of exposure, good engineering in the design and operation of facilities and efficient management of radiation protection.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 251 pages
  • 200 x 290mm | 840g
  • Thomas Telford Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 0727720872
  • 9780727720870

Table of contents

Development of IAEA safety standards and guides on occupational exposure control
The development of radiological protection standards for occupational exposure
From a regulatory to a cultural approach in the field of radiological protection
A fresh look at understanding the extent and scope of radiation and contamination problems in various nuclear fuel cycle facilities
The EDF ALARA projects: a global management approach
The RED (reduce everyones dose) initiative at Hinkley point Power Station
Optimisation of workers exposure at La Hague reprocessing plant
Radiation protection experience during active commissioning of the Thorp Reprocessing Plant
Development and Introduction of revised dose uptake criteria and associated assessment methodologies of new plant at British Nuclear Fuels plc
Occupational exposure to radiation in theEuropean Union and the Russian Federation
A dose reconstruction case study - the retrospective assessment of neutron dose for workers on the windscale piles at Sellafield
Calibration and type testing of neutron radiation protection instrumentation
The use of PADC for neutron personal dosimetry in the nuclear industry
The characteristics of a thin detector for the measurement of superficial and extremity doses
ISOE: an international occupational exposure database and communications network for dose optimisation
an efficient tool to follow up doses of transient workers in French NPPs: DOSINAT
Sizewell B Power Station control dosimetry system
Radiation exposure mangement systems at Baltimore Gas & Electrics Clavert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant
The impact of IT on dose management at Devonport Royal Dockyard
Transforming dose maangement techniques through technology
Recent developments in a radiation field control technology
Radiological aspects of a full-system decontamination of Loviisa 2
Optimisation of radiation protection during seam generators replacements
Experience from severe fuel failures in Ringhals: Radiological effects and shut down criteria
Fuel failures management at BWRs: an ALARA approach in the Swiss context
Improvements in the methods for optimising dose rate CTOR NPPs in the Russian Federation
Dose control experience on the waste vitrification plant at Sellafield
Radiological control of contractors employees - an independent RPAs veiw
The gaseous effluents from the VVER NPPs in the Republic of Slovakia
Control of radioactive discharges to the environment from the Dounreay nuclear site
Active commissioning experience on the Sellafield low active liquid effluent treatment plants
Aerial effluent monitoring and control at Sellafield
Refurbishment of a fuel fabrication facility
Dose control during decomissioning operations at Sellafield
Dose control during decommissioning stage 1.2 of decommissioning SGHWR facility
Dose management and reduction methods employed for nuclear submarine decommissioning and refitting at Rosyth Royal Dockyard
Databases in dose mangement - the problems of keeping pace
Application of the new ICRP respiratory tract model to inhaled plutonium nitrate using experimental biokinetic data
The biokinetics of a uranium aerosol formed in a new laser enrichment process: implications for human exposure
Comparison of plutonium intake estimates inferred from PAS measurements with results based on the assay of faecal samples
Operational difficulties experienced in the assignment of respiratory protection factors for use in the assessement of internal doses
Uranium exposure assessment - a critical review
Decommissioning a liquid effluent treatment facility - an exercise in dose mangement
Low energy spectroscopy for monitoring lung retention in respect of the present and forthcoming regulation
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