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Evaluation of personnel neutron dosimetry at operating nuclear power plants

Evaluation of Personnel Neutron Dosimetry at Operating Nuclear Power Plants was funded by the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission and designed to determine neutron monitoring systems and/or methods used at nuclear power plants. BONABS was designed to display portable neutron survey meters' responses with an existing code BONNER used for neutron spectrum unfolding techniques.

Source link: https://www.osti.gov/biblio/6214313


Performance testing of personnel dosimetry services. A revised procedures manual

The pilot study by the Health Physics Society Standards Committee (criteria for Testing Personnel Dosimetry Results), which was launched in 1977 by the U. S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, began in 1977. The purpose of this Procedures Manual is to identify the tests that were used for Test No. Tests No. 3's new changes in the Standard reflect the changes in the Quality from Tests No. 3. No. 1 and No. 1 are both No. 1 and No. 1 and No. 1. Each of the radiation sources used for Test No. 1 is described in this manual. This Manual discusses the role of the National Bureau of Standards in determining the accuracy of each radiation source's calibration.

Source link: https://www.osti.gov/biblio/6363812


Performance testing of personnel-dosimetry services. Final report of test No. 3

The University of Michigan initiated a pilot study of the Health Physics Society Standards Committee Standard, titled Criteria for Testing Personnel Dosimetry Results in September, 1977. Approximately 70% of dosimetry processors agreed to participate in one or two of the HPSSC's three assessments. No. 1 and No. 1 are among the No. 1 and No. 1st 1 and No. In June, 1982, the American National Standards Institute modified the specification as ANSI N13. 11-1982. Test No. 2 is not positive, but no one has been killed in the test no. 1. Test No. 1 aims to test the validity of Test No. 1's objectives. Test No. 1's passing rate is the same among all the processors. Tests No. 3 was 75% down from passing rates of 48 percent and 62% respectively, compared to Tests No. 60's passing rates of 48 percent and 62%. During Test No. 2, several of the individual dosimeters were exposed, as well as several others were irradiated. Compared to 79% and 86% of the dosimeters radiated for Test No. 5, 89% had a reported dose within +- 50% of the final dose.

Source link: https://www.osti.gov/biblio/6417834

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