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2019/2020

Principles of Integrating Dosimetric Methods

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Code Completion Credits Range
16IDOB ZK 2 2+0
Lecturer:
Iva Ambrožová (guarantor)
Tutor:
Supervisor:
Department of Dosimetry and Application of Ionizing Radiation
Synopsis:

The basic principle of integrating dosimetric methods and their use in practice. Overview of the main types of integrating dosimeters solid phase micro neutron detectors and dosimeters. A basic comparison of the advantages and disadvantages of various systems, methods of standardization of secondary benefits, focusing on applications in personal dosimetry and environmental dosimetry.

Requirements:

16DETE, 16ZDOZ12

Syllabus of lectures:

1. Basic dosimetric distribution systems

2. Overview integrating dosimeters solid

3. Neutron detectors

4. The principle of neutron albedo

5. Advantages and disadvantages of different systems

6. Practical application of dosimetry systems listed

7. Measurements of dose from photons electrons, and neutrons

8. Methods of secondary standardization

Syllabus of tutorials:
Study Objective:

Knowledge:

Basic overview of integrating dosimeters and dosimetry methods based on different physical and chemical principles.

Abilities:

Evaluation of methods, their advantages and disadvantages, and usage to detection of ionizing radiation in various applications.

Study materials:

Key references:

[1] Musilek L., Seda J., Trousil J., Dosimetry of ionizing radiation (Integrating methods), Prague, publisher CTU 1992(in Czech)

[2] Assessment of Occupational Exposure Due to External Sources of Radiation, IAEA Safety Guide No.RS-G-1.3 1999

Recommended references:

[3] Trousil J., Spurny F., Passive dosemeter characteristics and new developments, Nuclear Safety 44,no.5/6 /1998/(in Czech)

[4] Z. Kovar, F. Spurny, Z. Spurny, J. Novotny, F. Cejnar, Advances in dosimetry of ionizing radiation, Academia press, Prague 1984.(in Czech)

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