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D OSE CONCEPTS, QUANT I T I ES AND UN I TS , BAS I C PR I NC I PLES AND PRIMARY METHODS OF RAD I AT I ON PROTECT I ON. Module IV. Radiation exposure. Traditional unit: Roentgen (R) = 2.58x10 -4 coulomb/kg = 1esu/cm 3. Absorbed dose (D). Energy imparted to matter

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DOSE CONCEPTS, QUANTITIES AND UNITS,BASIC PRINCIPLES AND PRIMARY METHODS OF RADIATION PROTECTION

Module IV


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Radiation exposure

Traditional unit: Roentgen (R) = 2.58x10-4 coulomb/kg

= 1esu/cm3

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Absorbed dose (D)

Energy imparted to matter

from any type of radiation

D = E/m

D:absorbed dose

E: energy absorbed by material of mass ‘m’

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Units of absorbed dose

The SI unit: gray (Gy)

1 Gy = 1 joule/kilogram

Old unit : rad

1 Gy=100 rad

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Equivalent dose (HT)

Accounts for biological effect

per unit dose

radiation weighting absorbed

factor ( WR) X dose (D)

HT= WRxD

X

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Radiation weighting factors (WR)ICRP 60 (1991)

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Unit of equivalent dose

SI unit: sievert (Sv)

HT (Sv) = WR x D (Gy)

Old unit: rem

(roentgen equivalent man)

HT (rem) =( WR) x D (rad)

1 Sv = 100 rems

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Effective dose (E)

Risk related parameter, takingrelative radiosensitivity ofeach organ and tissue into account

E(Sv)= ΣT WT x HT

WT: tissue weighting factor for organ T

HT: equivalent dose received by organ or tissue T

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Tissue and organ weighting factors

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Conversion between units used in radiation protection

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Committed equivalentdose HT(t)and committed effective dose E(t)

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Projected and avertable dose

Projected dose

Averted dose

Averted dose

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Collective effective dose (S)

Total radiation dose incurred by population

Ei:average effective dose in the population subgroup i

Ni: number of individuals in subgroup i

Unit:man-sievert (man.Sv)

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Sources and levels of radiation exposure to population

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Sources of radiation dose to general population

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Background radiation

  • Terrestrial radioactivity

  • Cosmic radiation

  • Internal radioactivity

Natural background radiation doses in Europe

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Terrestrial radiation:external and internal exposure

  • U-238 Ra-222

  • Th-232 Ra-220

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Cosmic radiation

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Internal radioactivity

  • Radioactivity in diet

    • lead-210

    • polonium-210

    • potassium-40

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Average ocupational radiation doses received during various types of work

‘Non-coal’

mining

16.3 milisieverts

Dose in milisieverts

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Occupational

exposure

Public exposure

50 mSv maximum in any 1 year

100 mSv in

5 years

5 mSv in any 5 consecutive years

(Working figure 20 mSv per year)

(Working figure

1 mSv per year

Dose limits recomended by ICRP (1991)-whole body

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Annual doses to tissues

Occupational

Public

Lens of the eye

150 mSv

15 mSv

Skin (1cm2)

500 mSv

50 mSv

Hands and feet or individual organ

500 mSv

Dose limits recomended by ICRP (1991)- tissues

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Radiation protection

Basic principles

and

primary methods

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Basicprinciples of radiationprotection

  • Justification of practice

  • Optimization of protection

  • Individual dose limits

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ALARA

Aslow as reasonably

achievable

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Basic methods of protection against exposureto ionizing radiation

  • Three basic factors

    • Time

    • Distance

    • Shielding

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Time

Exposure rate

=10mGy/h

Time = Total dose

X

1 hour = 10 mGy

2 hours = 20 mGy

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Distance

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Inverse square law

d=50cm

150 mSv/h

0.06 mSv/h

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Shielding

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Shielding photons

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Halfvaluelayer (HVL)

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Internal exposure

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Inhalation

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Ingestion/Absorption

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Protective clothing and hand washing

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Medical exposureRelative effective dose and equivalent period of exposure to natural background radiation

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Review points

  • Becquerel, coulomb per kilogram, gray, and sievert are part of International System of Units (SI).

  • Absorbed dose of radiation in SI units is expressed in gray. Ability of some types of radiation to cause more significant levels of biological damage taken into account with radiation weighting factor used to determine equivalent dose, expressed in sieverts

  • Goal of radiation safety: keep radiation exposure as low as reasonably achievable (ALARA)

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