N Tsoulfanidis

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The photon dose equivalent rate as a function of distance from a cylindrical source was calculated using a point kernel technique in the energy range 0.3-5 MeV. Buildup factors for a single medium were those given by the geometric progression formula. The buildup factor for the whole geometry was considered as that from a multilayer shield represented by(More)
Dose rates from contaminated soil and hot particles have been calculated for several organs of a reference human. The calculation was performed using the computer code QAD-CGGP, a point kernel code employing combinatorial geometry for the representation of the human phantom. QAD uses buildup factors based on the geometric progression form, a buildup factor(More)
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