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IAEA/RCA personal dosimetry intercomparison in Asian and Pacific region during the years of 1990-2004

Tsujimura, Norio   ; Momose, Takumaro  ; Yoshizawa, Michio  ; Yamamoto, Hideaki; Cruz-Suarez, R.*; Murakami, Hiroyuki

As one of the IAEA/RCA projects, three phases of personal dosimetry intercomparison programs had been conducted during the years of 1990 to 2004. The purpose of the program was to assess the ability of the personal dosimetry services in the RCA Member States and also to provide technical help in improving a performance of their dosimetry systems and in implementing the operational quantities recommended by ICRU. The purpose of this paper is to trace the history of and to present a summarized review of the results of the intercomparison programs. The trend of the phase-by-phase results showed that the quality of individual monitoring in most of the Member States has become dramatically improved to an acceptable level. There was a successful achievement and advancement over the 15 years effort.



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