You are here

SAGE online ordering services will be unavailable due to system maintenance on August 13th between 2 am and 8 am UK time. If you need assistance, please contact SAGE at info@sagepub.co.uk . Thank you for your patience and we apologise for the inconvenience.

ICRP Publication 101
Share

ICRP Publication 101
Assessing Dose of the Representative Person for the Purpose of Radiation Protection of the Public and the Optimisation of Radiological Protection


Other Titles in:
Public Health

April 2007 | 114 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
This report explains the process of estimating annual dose and recognises that a number of different methods are available for this purpose. These methods range from deterministic calculations to more complex probabilistic techniques. In addition, a mixture of these techniques may be applied. In selecting characteristics of the representative person, three important concepts should be borne in mind: reasonableness, sustainability, and homogeneity. Each concept is explained and examples are provided to illustrate their roles. Doses to the public are prospective (may occur in the future) or retrospective (occurred in the past). Prospective doses are for hypothetical individuals who may or may not exist in the future, while retrospective doses are generally calculated for specific individuals.

For instructors

Please contact your Academic Consultant to check inspection copy availability for your course.

Select a Purchasing Option

ISBN: 9780702029271
£118.00