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Decommissioning health physics : a handbook for MARSSIM users, / author, Eric. W. Abelquist.

Por: Abelquist, Eric W.
Tipo de material: materialTypeLabelLibroFecha de copyright: Boca Raton : CRC Press, 2014Edición: Second edition.Descripción: xxvii, 664 pages ; illustrations : 24 cm.ISBN: 9781466510531 .Títulos uniformes: Multi-agency radiation survey and site investigation manual (MARSSIM) Tema(s): Decontamination -- methods | Descontaminación -- Métodos | Data Collection -- methods | Recopilación de datos -- Métodos | Environmental Remediation -- methods | Remediación ambiental -- Métodos | Health Physics -- methods | Física de la salud -- Métodos | Radiation Monitoring -- methods | Monitoreo de radiación -- Métodos | Radioactive Waste -- prevention & control | Desecho radioactivoClasificación CDD: 363.7289630973
Contenidos parciales:
Introduction: Current Issues in Decommissioning and MARSSIM Overview -- Decommissioning Project Overview and Regulatory Agency Interface -- Characterization Surveys and the DQO Process -- Guidelines and Dose-Based Release Criteria -- Exposure Pathway Modeling: DCGLs and Hazard Assessments -- Preliminary Survey Design Concerns and Application of DCGLs -- Background Determination and Background Reference Areas -- Survey Instrumentation Selection and Calibration -- Detection Sensitivity: Static and Scan MDCs -- Survey Procedures and Measurement Data Interpretation -- Radiological Hot-Spot Survey Considerations -- Statistics and Hypothesis Testing -- MARSSIM Final Survey Design and Strategies -- MARSSIM Data Reduction -- Clearance of Materials -- Decommissioning Survey Applications at Various Facility Types -- FSS Reports and Measurement Uncertainty -- Practical Applications of Statistics to Support Decommissioning Activities -- International Decommissioning Perspectives.
Resumen: "Preface This book is intended to serve as a valuable resource for decommissioning professionals, particularly those charged with planning and implementing radiological surveys in support of decommissioning. The book equips the reader with proven strategies for demonstrating to regulators and the stakeholder community that contaminated sites can be released for other beneficial uses. This goal is achieved through detailed derivations and discussion of technical bases, and illustrated through real-world examples. The book articulates clearly the technical issues that arise during decommissioning projects--including the application of statistics for survey design and data reduction, selection of survey instrumentation and detection sensitivity, final status survey procedures, and dose modeling to translate release criteria to measurable quantities--and presents solutions for navigating the complexity inherent in designing and implementing MARSSIM and MARSAME surveys. Case studies and worked examples are used extensively to clarify the technical concepts presented. Examples and problems are provided in many of the chapters, and detailed solutions are furnished in the appendix. Finally, the specific survey issues related to uranium, thorium, power reactor, and university/research facilities are discussed in detail, and include effective strategies for streamlining final status surveys. This second edition of Decommissioning Health Physics is an extensive revision of the first edition. Significant changes in this new edition include the following: - Chapter 3 on characterization was extensively revised to reflect the recent guidance in ANSI N13.59 on the use of DQOs for planning surveys"--Provided by publisher.
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Preceded by: Decommissioning health physics / Eric W. Abelquist. Bristol ; Philadelphia : Institute of Physics Pub., c2001.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction: Current Issues in Decommissioning and MARSSIM Overview -- Decommissioning Project Overview and Regulatory Agency Interface -- Characterization Surveys and the DQO Process -- Guidelines and Dose-Based Release Criteria -- Exposure Pathway Modeling: DCGLs and Hazard Assessments -- Preliminary Survey Design Concerns and Application of DCGLs -- Background Determination and Background Reference Areas -- Survey Instrumentation Selection and Calibration -- Detection Sensitivity: Static and Scan MDCs -- Survey Procedures and Measurement Data Interpretation -- Radiological Hot-Spot Survey Considerations -- Statistics and Hypothesis Testing -- MARSSIM Final Survey Design and Strategies -- MARSSIM Data Reduction -- Clearance of Materials -- Decommissioning Survey Applications at Various Facility Types -- FSS Reports and Measurement Uncertainty -- Practical Applications of Statistics to Support Decommissioning Activities -- International Decommissioning Perspectives.

"Preface This book is intended to serve as a valuable resource for decommissioning professionals, particularly those charged with planning and implementing radiological surveys in support of decommissioning. The book equips the reader with proven strategies for demonstrating to regulators and the stakeholder community that contaminated sites can be released for other beneficial uses. This goal is achieved through detailed derivations and discussion of technical bases, and illustrated through real-world examples. The book articulates clearly the technical issues that arise during decommissioning projects--including the application of statistics for survey design and data reduction, selection of survey instrumentation and detection sensitivity, final status survey procedures, and dose modeling to translate release criteria to measurable quantities--and presents solutions for navigating the complexity inherent in designing and implementing MARSSIM and MARSAME surveys. Case studies and worked examples are used extensively to clarify the technical concepts presented. Examples and problems are provided in many of the chapters, and detailed solutions are furnished in the appendix. Finally, the specific survey issues related to uranium, thorium, power reactor, and university/research facilities are discussed in detail, and include effective strategies for streamlining final status surveys. This second edition of Decommissioning Health Physics is an extensive revision of the first edition. Significant changes in this new edition include the following: - Chapter 3 on characterization was extensively revised to reflect the recent guidance in ANSI N13.59 on the use of DQOs for planning surveys"--Provided by publisher.

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