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|Title:||Gamma spectrometric method to control activity and nuclide composition of gaseous radioactive waste formed at operation of nuclear power plants|
|Authors:||Gavrilov, P. M.|
Kokhomsky, A. G.
Izmestiev, K. M.
Seelev, I. N.
Silaev, M. E.
|Keywords:||gamma-spectrometric method; control activity; nuclide composition; gaseous radioactive waste; nuclear power plants; inert gases; radioactive gases; radioactive aerosols; iodine; gas aerosol emissions; gas aerosol samples; quasi-continuous automated recording; radioactive materials|
|Publisher:||Томский политехнический университет|
|Citation:||Gamma spectrometric method to control activity and nuclide composition of gaseous radioactive waste formed at operation of nuclear power plants / P. M. Gavrilov [et al.] // Bulletin of the Tomsk Polytechnic University. — 2007. — Vol. 311, № 2. — [P. 61-63].|
|Abstract:||Gamma spectrometric method was developed to monitor continuously and on line radioactivity and nuclide composition of inert radioactive gases, radioactive aerosols and iodine in gas aerosol emissions from power reactor facilities. This method is based on continuous representative sampling of gas aerosol samples and quasi-continuous automated recording of nuclide composition and radioactive material emission rate. Low detectable level of the method is about 0,1 Bq/m3, highest detectable level for noble gases (Ar_41, isotopes Xe and Kr) is about 105 Bq/m3|
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