radiation area

radiation area

[‚rād·ē′ā·shən ‚er·ē·ə]
(nucleonics)
Any accessible area in which the level of radiation is such that a major portion of an individual's body could receive in any 1 hour a dose in excess of 5 millirem or in any 5 consecutive days a dose in excess of 150 millirem.
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The radiation area includes areas other than the core areas within the spatial scope of China Pakistan Economic Corridor.
Results: Violation of safety standard of lead apron, attendants' entry in radiation area, and absence of Gonad Shields was observed.
Usually it is restricted within the radiation area, but in the literature PIM is reported to extend beyond the irradiated area or involve a distant site (6-7).
Imperceptible effect of radiation on stable type chromosome aberration accumulated in the lynphocites of residents in the high background radiation area in China.
On the other hand, benefits to the doctor are that heavy lead aprons would not be necessary as he / she will be controlling the movements of the catheter using the Remote Controller at a distance from the patient outside the radiation area and that he / she can be sitting closer to the monitors displaying electrical signals and x-ray images as opposed to standing at some distance across the room from them which is current practice, he added.
The aim of this simulation was, at one hand, to estimate the total pressure loss when fluid pass through prototype and, at the other hand, to estimate the velocity of flow in UV radiation area.
In Iran, residents of a high background radiation area (1 cGy/year) were compared to residents in a normal background radiation area (0.
The size of the radiation area is reduced significantly, lessening radiation exposure to the heart, lungs and other parts of the body.
Tenders are invited for Supply of 4 pin connectorSupply of 4 pin connector with male and female parts with solder contacts wtth stainless steel body and remotely handleable suitable for use in radiation area for 2 x 1.
The effects of human exposure were studied in lymphocytes taken from residents of a high background radiation area (1 cGy/y) and those of a normal background radiation area (0.
NYSE: TXT) company, announced today that its Adaptable Radiation Area Monitor, or ARAM, has been honored with a Government Security News Homeland Security Award in the Best Nuclear/Radiation Detection category.