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Interplanetary Crew Dose Rates for the August 1972 Solar Particle Event
Abstract Parsons, J. L. and Townsend, L. W. Interplanetary Crew Dose Rates for the August 1972 Solar Particle Event. Using the coupled neutron–proton space radiation transport computer codeExpand
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Radiation protection guidance for activities in low-Earth orbit.
  • L. Townsend, R. Fry
  • Engineering, Medicine
  • Advances in space research : the official journal…
  • 2002
Scientific Committee 75 (SC 75) of the National Council on Radiation Protection and Measurements (NCRP) was assembled for the purpose of providing guidance to NASA concerning radiation protection inExpand
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NUCFRG2: a semiempirical nuclear fragmentation model.
The semiempirical abrasion/ablation model has been successful in generating a large nuclear data base for use in the study of high charge and energy (HZE) ion beams, radiation physics and galacticExpand
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Interplanetary crew exposure estimates for the August 1972 and October 1989 solar particle events.
Using the coupled neutron-proton space radiation transport computer code (BRYNTRN), estimates of human exposure in interplanetary space, behind various thicknesses of aluminum shielding, are made forExpand
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BRYNTRN: A baryon transport model
The development of an interaction data base and a numerical solution to the transport of baryons through an arbitrary shield material based on a straight ahead approximation of the Boltzmann equationExpand
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Interplanetary crew exposure estimates for galactic cosmic rays.
Using the Langley Research Center galactic cosmic-ray transport computer code and the Computerized Anatomical Man model, initial estimates of interplanetary exposure of astronauts to galactic cosmicExpand
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Bulk viscosity as a relaxation parameter: Fact or fiction?
The interpretation of bulk viscosity as a relaxation parameter for describing nonequilibrium polyatomic gases is challenged both qualitatively and quantitatively. Its presumed proportionality to aExpand
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A semiempirical nuclear fragmentation model.
An abrasion/ablation model of heavy ion fragmentation is derived which includes a second order correction for the surface energy term and provides a reasonable representation of the present elementalExpand
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HETC radiation transport code development for cosmic ray shielding applications in space.
In order to facilitate three-dimensional analyses of space radiation shielding scenarios for future space missions, the Monte Carlo radiation transport code HETC is being extended to includeExpand
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A benchmark for galactic cosmic ray transport codes
A nontrivial analytic benchmark solution for galactic cosmic ray transport is presented for use in transport code validation. Computational accuracy for a previously-developed cosmic ray transportExpand
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