dose rate


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dose rate

[′dōs ‚rāt]
(nucleonics)
The rate at which nuclear radiation is delivered.
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5) code, which transports many particle types at almost all energies, was used to simulate the movement of photons with random positions, directions, and energy in the given region to calculate the stent's 3D dose rate distribution in liquid water.
Dose rates from the ceiling, floor, and each wall are calculated separately and the total dose rate is calculated as their sum.
The aim of the work is to evaluate the exposure dose rate of reference biota of the Ignalina NPP cooling basis--Lake Druksiai (within the range of ERICA computer code valid in the European Union) by applying probabilistic methods based on experimental data accumulated during 1989-2003 and taking into account ecotoxicologic investigation of Lake Druksiai water and bottom sediments.
A], cosmic radiation dose rate (determined at 251 [+ or -] 15 [micro]Gy/year), U, Th and K content obtained from soil sample analysis and enamel (1.
Meta-analysis of non-tumor doses for radiation-induced cancer on the basis of dose rate [published online ahead of print Jan 21,2011].
These reported values will be a common conversion factor for indoor external dose rate for our local mud housed if verified by other authors.
Gamma Dose Rates in Areas More Than 30 km from Fukushima Daiichi Plant
The pocket-sized unit allows for collecting dose and dose rate data, has built in selectable alarm levels and a headphone jack for use with silent operation.
High dose rate brachytherapy as prostate cancer monotherapy reduces toxicity compared to low dose rate palladium seeds.
The extremely low dose rate, from one litre per hectare, is flexible depending on the weed spectrum to be controlled.
The dose rate used to achieve the critical total dosage of gamma radiation required for sterilization of wood intended for laboratory decay testing was found to differentially affect both bending strength and some chemical components in irradiated pine.