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Title: Investigation and comparison of gamma backround around Tomsk polytechnic university (TPU) building
Authors: Adams Benjamin. A.
Sergeev, M. V.
Mac-Donald Prince
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor: Yakovleva, Valentina Stanislavovna
Keywords: гамма-фон; радиационные воздействия; гамма-излучения; корпуса; радон
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Томский политехнический университет
Citation: Adams Benjamin. A. Investigation and comparison of gamma backround around Tomsk polytechnic university (TPU) building / Adams Benjamin. A., M. V. Sergeev, Mac-Donald Prince ; sci. adv. V. S. Yakovleva // Научная инициатива иностранных студентов и аспирантов российских вузов : сборник докладов X Всероссийской научно-практической конференции, Томск, 22-24 апреля 2020 г. — Томск : Изд-во ТПУ, 2020. — [С. 529-535].
Abstract: There is now due consideration of the effect of buildings on the comfort and health of the population but not on radiation exposure. Buildings can raise the background radiation close to its position as sources of radiation and a significant increase in gamma history is expected. Gamma background can be predicted to increase significantly. Such issues are still not included in publications. A gamma background analysis around TPU buildings has been undertaken in this regard. Gamma levels were measured and analyzed using gamma-ray detector. Around the building, the measurements were made from the center of the building 10 cm and 1 m from the wall with 2-5 m variable pitch. A total of 9-10 different points were chosen for each measurement location. Comparison between the measuring locations were made. The study revealed a number of correlations, which indicated that the background radiation behind the TPU buildings increases significantly.
URI: http://earchive.tpu.ru/handle/11683/63723
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