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    Volume 3, Issue 3

    Long-Term Dosimetry

    Published Online: 01 May 1975


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    It should be assumed that the shape of the neutron energy spectrum and the neutron flux intensity will change during a long-term materials irradiation. The neutron dosimetry effort should have three primary goals: (1) dosimetry should be concentrated on the range of neutron energies of most importance for the radiation damage process; (2) the effective half-lives of the dosimeters should be less than the irradiation duration; and (3) appropriate corrections should be made for changes in the neutron spectrum and flux intensity during the irradiation.

    Author Information:

    Morgan, WC
    Senior research scientistMember of ASTM, Ceramics and Graphite Section, Fuels and Materials Department, Pacific Northwest Laboratories, Richland, Wash.

    Stock #: JTE10165J


    DOI: 10.1520/JTE10165J

    Title Long-Term Dosimetry
    Symposium ,
    Committee E10