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Estimating internal dose coefficients of short-lived radionuclides in accordance with ICRP 2007 Recommendations

ICRP2007年勧告に従う短半減期核種の内部被ばく線量係数の評価

真辺 健太郎; 佐藤 薫; 高橋 史明

Manabe, Kentaro; Sato, Kaoru; Takahashi, Fumiaki

高エネルギー加速器施設では、高エネルギー粒子と施設構造物、施設内の空気等との核反応によって様々な放射性核種が生成され、施設作業者に対する潜在的な内部被ばく源となる。しかしながら、国際放射線防護委員会(ICRP)が公開しているICRP 2007年勧告に従う線量係数(放射性核種1Bq摂取当たりの預託実効線量)の中には、半減期が10分未満の短半減期核種は含まれていない。そこで、本研究では対応する元素の体内動態モデル等に基づき、このような短半減期核種の吸入摂取及び経口摂取に対するICRP 2007年勧告に従う線量係数を評価した。その結果をICRP 1990年勧告に従う線量係数と比較したところ、吸入摂取では線量係数が減少し、経口摂取では増加する傾向が見られた。こうした線量係数の変化は、線量計算手順の変更や消化管モデルの改訂等が原因であることが明らかになった。この結果は、高エネルギー加速器施設におけるICRP 2007年勧告に対応した放射線防護計画の立案に有用なものとなる。

At high energy accelerator facilities, various radionuclides are produced by nuclear reactions of high energy particles with structure and/or ambient air of the facilities. Consequently, the radionuclides are potential sources of internal exposure for works of the facilities. However, the International Commission on Radiological Protection (ICRP) do not provide dose coefficients, which are committed effective doses per intake, for the short-lived radionuclides whose half-lives are shorter than 10 minutes in accordance with the ICRP 2007 Recommendations. Then, we estimated the dose coefficients for inhalation and ingestion of these short-lived radionuclides in accordance with the ICRP 2007 Recommendations. In addition, we compared the dose coefficients with those in accordance with the ICRP 1990 Recommendations. As a result, a decreasing tendency was shown in the dose coefficients for inhalation cases; an increasing tendency was observed in those for ingestion cases. It was found that these changes in dose coefficients were mainly caused by the revision of the dose calculation procedures, alimentary tract models. The result of this study will be useful for planning of radiation protection at the high energy facilities.

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