One way for the two-dosimeter method - references

1 October 2009

References from NEI November 2009, p15-18

[1] Institute of Nuclear Power Operation (INPO), Guidelines for Radiological Protection at Nuclear Power Stations, INPO 91-014 Revision 01, (1995)

[2] World Association of Nuclear Operations (WANO), Guidelines for Radiological Protection at Nuclear Power Plants, WANO GL 2004-01, (2004)

[3] American National Standards Institute (ANSI), An American National Standard Criteria for Performing Multiple Dosimetry, Report No. HPS N13.41, (1997).

[4] Personal Communication with Arif Khan and Dave Whillans of OPG, Summary of Changes to the Method of Assigning Dose from Multiple TLD Badges, (2002).

[5] International Commission on Radiation Units and Measurements (ICRU), Measurements of Dose Equivalents from External Photon and Electron Radiation, ICRU Report 51, (1992).

[6] Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power Co. Ltd., Standard Procedure of Occupational Radition Dose Assessment, (2004)

[7] Korea Electric Power Research Institute (KEPRI), Application of Two-dosimeter Algorithm for Better Estimation of Effective Dose Equivalent to Inhomogeneous Radiation Field at NPPs, TM.105NJ14.P2006.072, KEPRI, (2006).

[8] National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP). Use of Personal Monitors to Estimate Effective Dose Equivalent and Dose to Workers for External Exposure to Low-LET Radiation, NCRP Report No.122, Bethesda, (1995).

[9] United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission, NRC Regulatory Issue Summary 2004-01, Method for Estimating Effective Dose Equivalent from External Radiation Sources Using Two Dosimeters, Report No. RIS 2004-01, (2004).

[10] Xu, X. G., Reece, W. D., and Poston, J. W., "A Study of the Angular Dependence Problem in Effective Dose Equivalent Assessment," Health Physics, 68(2), 214-224, (1995).

[11] Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), Criteria and Methods for Estimating External Effective Dose Equivalent from Personnel Monitoring Results, TR-109446, (1988).

[12] Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), Assessment of the Effective Dose Equivalent for External Photon Radiation, Vol. 1 and 2, TR101909, (1993).

[13] Lakshmanan, A. R., Kher, R. K., Supe, S. J., "Estimation of Effective Dose Equivalent Using Individual Dosimeters," Radiation Protection Dosimetry, 35(4), 247-252, (1991).

[14] Kim, C. H., Reece, W. D., and Poston, J. W., "Development of a Two-dosimeter Algorithm for Better Estimation of Effective Dose Equivalent and Effective Dose,” Radiation Protection Dosimetry, 81(2), 101-112, (1999).

[15] Kim, C. H., and Reece, W. D., “Effect of Angular Response Properties of Personal Dosemeters on the Estimation of Effective Dose using Two Dosemeters,” Radiation Protection Dosimetry, 93(3), 215-221, (2001).

[16] Kim, C. H., and Reece, W. D., “Overestimation of the Two-Dosimeter Approach and Movement of Radiation Workers during Exposure,” Radiation Protection Management, 17(6), 17-25, (2000).

[17] Han, H. J., Reece, W. D., and Kim, C. H., "Improved Estimates of Effective Dose Equivalent using Two Optimal Anisotropic Responding Dosimeters,” Health Physics, 77(5), 536-540, (1999).

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