VALIDATION TESTS OF RESUSPENSION MODELS FOR A FINITE AND INFINITE SITE.

@article{Whicker2019VALIDATIONTO,
  title={VALIDATION TESTS OF RESUSPENSION MODELS FOR A FINITE AND INFINITE SITE.},
  author={Jeffrey Jay Whicker and Michael W McNaughton and Elizabeth B. Ruedig and David Patrick Fuehne},
  journal={Health physics},
  year={2019}
}
Dose assessment for deposited radionuclides often requires estimates of air concentrations that are derived from measured soil concentrations. For this, dose assessors typically use literature resuspension values that, while empirically based, can vary by orders of magnitude making it difficult to provide accurate dose estimates. Despite the complexities of the physical processes involved in resuspension, the models generally used for dose assessment are relatively simplistic and rarely are the… CONTINUE READING
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