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Environmental Radiation Dosimetry: Course Outline (PH-607)

Whilst Dosimetry in its original sense is the measurement of the absorbed dose delivered by ionizing radiation, the term is better known as a scientific sub-specialty in the fields of health physics and medical physics, where it is the calculation and ass

Course Outline

  • Neutron dosimetry:Neutron sources.
  • Detection by different methods.
  • Thermal and fast neutron fluence using radiators (n-fission reaction) and using transmittance of UV radiations.
  • Neutron detection by tracks from nonfission reactions, etc.
  • Alpha particle dosimetry (airborne radon and cosmic radiations).
  • Overview of properties.
  • Origin and transport of radon.
  • Radon monitoring devices.
  • Indoor radon surveys.
  • Survey in mines and caves.
  • Radon induced health effects.
  • Remedial action in areas of high radon levels in nature and dwellings.
  • Detection and Measurement of natural radioactivity.
  • Sources.
  • Methods and measurement of radon and natural radioactivity in soil and underground water using different methods.
  • Measurement of  traces of natural activity in various drinks and eating stuff.


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