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Conference on Recovery After Nuclear Accidents

Radiological Protection Lessons
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December 1 - 18, 2020

G. Iurlaro, et al.

Updated: Dec 11, 2020

Passive Area Dosimetry Systems for Environmental Radiation Monitoring in the Framework of the EMPIR “Preparedness” Project

G. Iurlaro (ENEA, Italy), Z. Baranowska (CLOR, Poland), L. Campani (ENEA, Italy), O. Ciraj Bjelac (VINS, Serbia), P. Ferrari (ENEA, Italy), Ž. Knežević (RBI, Croatia), M. Majer (RBI, Croatia), F. Mariotti (ENEA, Italy), B. Morelli (ENEA, Italy), S. Neumaier (PTB, Germany), M. Nodilo (RBI, Croatia), L. Sperandio (ENEA, Italy), F.A. Vittoria (ENEA, Italy), K. Wołoszczuk (CLOR, Poland), M. Živanovic (VINS, Serbia)


The Passive Dosimetry WP of “Preparedness” project is aimed at the implementation of stable and reproducible procedures to measure ambient dose equivalent rates.

The results of a survey by the European Radiation Dosimetry Group shows that some of about 100 dosimetry services are neither traceable to primary dosimetric standards nor accredited and a variety of different measurement procedures and uncertainty calculation methods are used. The application of passive detectors for radiation protection is not trivial in the aftermath of nuclear and radiological accidents. In this work the parameters which may affect the dosimetric results of a passive dosimetry system are analysed and four European laboratories evaluated their uncertainties for ambient dose equivalent measurements.


Acknowledgements of funding: This project has received funding from the EMPIR programme co-financed by the Participating States and from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.

EMPIR “Preparedness” プロジェクトにおける環境放射線モニタリングのための受動線量測定システム

G. Iurlaro (ENEA, Italy), Z. Baranowska (CLOR, Poland), L. Campani (ENEA, Italy), O. Ciraj Bjelac (VINS, Serbia), P. Ferrari (ENEA, Italy), Ž. Knežević (RBI, Croatia), M. Majer (RBI, Croatia), F. Mariotti (ENEA, Italy), B. Morelli (ENEA, Italy), S. Neumaier (PTB, Germany), M. Nodilo (RBI, Croatia), L. Sperandio (ENEA, Italy), F.A. Vittoria (ENEA, Italy), K. Wołoszczuk (CLOR, Poland), M. Živanovic (VINS, Serbia)


「準備」プロジェクトの受動線量測定WPは、周囲線量当量率を測定するための安定した再現性のある手順の実施を目的としている。欧州放射線量測定グループによる調査結果は、約100の線量測定サービスの一部は、一次線量測定標準まで追跡可能ではなく、認定されていないため、さまざまな異なる測定手順と不確定性の計算方法が使用されている。放射線防護のための受動型検出器の利用は、原子力事故や放射線事故の後においては些細なことではない。本研究では、受動線量測定システムの線量測定結果に影響を与える可能性のあるパラメータが分析され、ヨーロッパの4つの研究所が周囲線量当量測定値の不確定性を評価した。


資金提供への謝辞:本プロジェクトは、参加国が共同出資するEMPIRプログラム及び欧州連合のHorizon 2020研究・イノベーションプログラムからの資金提供を受けた。

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