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Internal and External Dose Assessment

@inproceedings{Katani2013InternalAE,
  title={Internal and External Dose Assessment},
  author={Parviz Katani},
  year={2013}
}
Dose assessment is a comprehensive analysis of the exposure received by individuals in the vicinity of facilities that release contaminants to the environment (i.e., real doses to real people). Performing dose assessment analyses which are extremely important elements for improving efficiency in radiological emergencies and accidents have been studied in this paper. For dose assessment purposes, the organ doses from internal and external sources are used to evaluate the risk of stochastic… Expand
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