Radiation Protection by Aspects of Design for Nuclear Powerplants (IAEA NS-G-1.13)

By Aspects of Design for Nuclear Powerplants (IAEA NS-G-1.13)

Show description

Read Online or Download Radiation Protection PDF

Similar allied health professions books

Fractal Analysis of the Binding and Dissociation Kinetics for Different Analytes on Biosensor Surfaces

Biosensors are discovering expanding purposes in several components. during the last few years the parts the place biosensors can be utilized successfully has elevated dramatically. This publication just like the past 4 books on analyte-receptor binding and dissociation kinetics through this writer addresses the usually ignored zone.

Occupational Therapy Evidence in Practice for Mental Health

Occupational remedy facts in perform for psychological health and wellbeing offers scholars and practitioners with a vital textbook that either demonstrates and explains the applying of evidence-based perform. The ebook includes case stories that in actual fact illustrate the ways that conception, learn and/or governmental guidance can be utilized to notify scientific reasoning and perform.

Role Emerging Occupational Therapy: Maximising Occupation-Focused Practice

Position rising Occupational remedy: Maximising profession targeted perform is written for an viewers of occupational treatment practitioners, educators and scholars. this article deals an exploration of rising cutting edge instructions for the occupation of occupational treatment with a spotlight upon the idea and alertness of function rising placements.

Additional resources for Radiation Protection

Example text

There should be an adequate tank volume so that any temporary transfers of radioactive water do not burden systems that are intended for other purposes. The tank volume should also be sufficient to ensure that any releases of liquid radioactive effluent to the environment will remain small. 48. The coatings of fuel storage ponds and fuel handling ponds, as well as the equipment used in these areas, will become contaminated. When the water level in such ponds is lowered, surfaces may dry out, and this may cause a hazard due to airborne radioactive material.

An example of remote or semi-remote techniques is the provision of equipment for the ultrasonic inspection of welds. Access to the weld may be necessary in order to fit the scanner, but the operator can then move to a low radiation area to operate the equipment. For remote visual inspection, consideration should be given to the use of television cameras and windows shielded by lead glass or comparable materials. 41. Remote techniques may play a major part in the removal of the most radioactive items during decommissioning.

36. The components to be used in areas of high radiation levels should be designed to be easily removable. 37. Exposure of site personnel should be reduced by minimizing the possible amount of radioactive material in plant components. Traps and rough surfaces where radioactive particulates could accumulate should be avoided as far as practicable. 38. Components and areas of buildings that may become contaminated should be designed for ease of decontamination by either chemical or mechanical means.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.06 of 5 – based on 37 votes