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|Title:||Occupational exposure to ionising radiation in the region of Anatolia, Turkey for the period 1995-1999|
Zeyrek, C. Tuğrul
|Citation:||Gündüz, H. ... [ve arkadaşları]. (2004). Occupational exposure to ionising radiation in the region of Anatolia, Turkey for the period 1995-1999. Radiation Protection Dosimetry, 108(4), 293-301.|
|Abstract:||For this study, the individual annual dose information on classified workers who occupational exposure due to extended radiation sources in Anatolia region of Turkey was assessed and analysed by the Ankara Nuclear Research and Training Centre dosimetry service (ANAEM) at the Turkish Atomic Energy Authority (TAEA) for the years 1995-1999. The monitored radiation workers are divided into three main work sectors: conventional industry (8.24%), medicine (90.20%) and research-education (1.56%). The average annual dose for all workers in each particular sector was 0.14 mSv , 0.38 mSv and 0.08 mSv, respectively, in 1995 to 1999. This paper contains the detailed analysis of occupational exposure. The statistical analysis provided includes the mean annual dose, the collective dose, distributions of the dose over the different sectors and the number of workers that have exceed any the established dose levels.|
|Appears in Collections:||Makale 2000-2009 yılları|
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