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Effective dose measurement at workplaces within an instrumented anthropomorphic phantom

Abstract : The Laboratory of Ionizing Radiation Dosimetry of the IRSN (France) is developing an instrumented anthropomorphic phantom in order to measure the effective dose for photon fields at workplaces. This anthropomorphic phantom will be equipped with small active detectors located inside at chosen positions. The aim of this paper is to present the development of these new detectors showing the results of the characterisation of the prototype under metrological conditions. New evaluations of the effective dose for standard and non-homogenous irradiation configurations taking into account the real constraints of the project have been done validating the feasibility and utility of the instrument.
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C. Villagrasa, J. Darréon, N. Martin-Burtat, I. Clairand, J. Colin, et al.. Effective dose measurement at workplaces within an instrumented anthropomorphic phantom. Radiation Protection Dosimetry, Oxford University Press (OUP), 2011, 144, pp.640-644. ⟨10.1093/rpd/ncq336⟩. ⟨in2p3-00588785⟩

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