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dosimeter

[dō′sim·əd·ər]
(nucleonics)
An instrument that measures the total dose of nuclear radiation received in a given period. Also spelled dosemeter.
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Meanwhile, the Fukushima prefectural government also said the same day it has deployed portable radioactivity dosimeters at all the kindergartens, primary, and junior and senior high schools in the prefecture to monitor amounts of radiation received by students in those facilities.
But the plant operator, known as TEPCO, had been able to secure a total of 420 dosimeters by Thursday, sufficient for each of the workers to wear a device when working at the radiation-leaking site.
worked on the new computer-memory-based neutron dosimeter while at the Naval Surface Weapons Center in Silver Spring, Md.
Present clinical dosimeters, such as ionization chambers, Thermoluminescent Detectors (TLD) and radiographic films measure one or two dimensional dose distribution while gel dosimeters measure three-dimensional dose distribution to meet the growing challenges of advanced radiotherapy techniques.
Where ni and si are the number of dosimeters and the standard deviation of the dose measurements at a given dose level, respectively.
The development of the extended range follows the success of the original dosimeter, the Tracerco PED-IS, which was launched in 2011.
JPM-RND is collaborating with the Navy on the development of a new Joint Personal Dosimeter (JPD) that can be used to replace the obsolete Navy IM-270 Casualty Dosimeter and the aging Army AN/PDR-75 dosimeter.
Though relatively stable with respect to the calibration service period, a change in the EPR response for irradiated alanine dosimeters is measurable with time [3-6].
You wear a wrist dosimeter and at the end of operations it's placed in the -75A to measure the radiation dose.
The state of art dosimeters requires calibration for their use as chemical dosimeters and thus termed as secondary dosimeters [1].
The man said he was instructed to ignore dosimeter alerts and continue work in a high-radiation environment.