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Recent activities in reactor dosimetry developments in Japan are reviewed. First, those of research, test and prototype reactors are shown. Next, the present status of surveillance testing in light water reactors is outlined, and several experimental topics are introduced. Then the dosimetry cross section data are described. Finally, future trends in reactor dosimetry are discussed.
reactor dosimetry, research reactor, test reactor, prototype reactor, power reactor, light water reactor, surveillance test, spectrum adjustment, neutron spectrum, gamma-ray flux, nuclear heating, optical fiber, dosimetry cross section, radiation damage, PKA, KERMA, DPA, JENDL
DirectorProfessor Emeritus, Institute of Nuclear Technology, Institute of Nuclear Safety System (INSS), Inc.Kyoto University, Fukui,