Experimental evaluations of gamma fluence-rate predictions from Argon-41 releases to the atmosphere over a nuclear research reactor site

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  • Carlos Rojas Palma
  • Helle Karina Aage
  • Poul Astrup
  • Kim Bargholz
  • Martin Drews
  • Hans E. Joergensen
  • Uffe Korsbech
  • Bent Lauritzen
  • Torben Mikkelsen
  • Soeren Thykier-Nielsen
  • Raf Van Ammel

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  • TUD - Technical University of Denmark
  • DTU - Risoe national laboratory for sustainable energy
  • Danish Emergency Management Agency

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An experimental study of radionuclide dispersion has been conducted at the BR1 research reactor in Mol, Belgium. Artificially generated aerosols were mixed with routine releases of Argon-41. The detailed plume geometry was measured with remote sensing, while surface radiation levels were determined using gamma detectors.


Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)161-168
JournalRadiation protection dosimetry
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 10 Dec 2003


  • Argon-41, atmospheric releases, data assimilation, fluence-rate

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