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radiation monitoring

[‚rād·ē′ā·shən ‚män·ə·triŋ]
(nucleonics)
Continuous or periodic determination of the amount of radiation present in a given area.
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The monitoring sites are included in a ZigBee-based radiation monitoring (ZRM) node, a ZigBee-based infrared proximity (ZIP) node, and a ZigBee-based sound and light (ZSL) node, where they are connected to each other through the ZigBee wireless network.
The Automated Radiation Monitoring Station (ARMS-2) (Figure 5) is based on the NukAlert-ER (Figure 6).
She revealed for the first time that the EU had approached members of the ASEAN for a feasibility study to link their real-time online radiation monitoring stations for sharing of data during emergency.
As a result, long before the basic safety standards directive was approved, the EU has developed voluntary technical recommendations regarding radiation monitoring, last updated in 1994.
Jaffar Mattar, along with other experts from the EU, was trained in radiation monitoring techniques and how to use certain types of radiation detectors in the Chernobyl exclusion zone.
of America (dynasil.com) has acquired Radiation Monitoring Devices Inc.
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MDE-37 series modular light detectors with integrated amplifier are designed as an OEM part configured to end-user specifications for UV, visible or near infrared optical radiation monitoring applications.
After introductory chapters defining industrial hygiene and terminology and tracing the field's history, he covers topics including chemicals deemed hazardous under the Hazard Communication Standards; air, noise, and radiation monitoring and sampling; ventilation systems; personal protective equipment; and ergonomics.
The RPII will also have access to Britain's radiation monitoring system.
Last October, the Radmon radiation monitoring business that was part of SES was moved to Siemens' Power Generation division.
The vehicle also incorporates a solid-state data recorder, a control computer and environment and radiation monitoring sensors.

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