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 JAMP  Vol.3 No.8 , August 2015
Formation of Neutron Fields from Radionuclide Neutron Sources for Metrological Support of Dosimetric Quantities Measurements
Abstract: The problems of formation of neutron fields are using the radionuclide neutron sources. Theoretical estimates of the contribution to the values of the neutron flux density, kerma and ambient dose equivalent scattered neutron radiation under various conditions of use of neutron sources. The coefficients for calculating the values of different variables at different distances from the source are using the measured values at certain distances from the source. The values of the average energies for neutron spectra are obtained using the radionuclide neutron sources.
Cite this paper: Fedorov, S. and Maslyaev, P. (2015) Formation of Neutron Fields from Radionuclide Neutron Sources for Metrological Support of Dosimetric Quantities Measurements. Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics, 3, 937-941. doi: 10.4236/jamp.2015.38114.
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