ICRP Publication 56: Age-dependent Doses to Members of the Public from Intake of Radionuclides: Part 1
Annals of the ICRP Volume 20/2By
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In March 1987 the International Commission on Radiological Protection established a Task Group which was requested "to evaluate dose per unit intake for members of the public." In Section I, this report incorporates age-dependent physical models and appropriate biokinetic information. Section II reports on doses per unit intake of isotopes of hydrogen, carbon, strontium, zirconium, niobium, ruthenium, iodine, caesium, cerium, plutonium, americium and neptunium. Detailed appendices give extensive information on bone models for actinides, and inhalation dose coefficients.
For health physicists and those responsible for advising on the consequences of accidental exposure of members of the public to radioactive materials.
International Commission on Radiological Protection
Published: April 1990
- Preface. Glossary of terms. Introduction.
Dosimetric and Biokinetic Models.
Dosimetric models. Biokinetic models. Effective dose equivalent.
Biokinetic Data and Ingestion Dose Coefficients.
Preface. Hydrogen. Carbon. Strontium. Zirconium. Niobium. Ruthenium. Iodine. Caesium. Cerium. Plutonium. Americium. Neptunium.
Appendix A: Detailed description of bone models for actinides. Appendix B: Inhalation dose coefficients.