SS-ISO-14850-1 Nuclear energy - Waste-packages activity measurement - Part 1: High-resolution gamma spectrometry in integral mode with open geometry (ISO 14850-1:2004, IDT)

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This part of ISO 14850 describes a procedure for measurements of gamma-emitting radionuclide activity in the following homogeneous objects: - unconditioned waste, including process waste (filters, control rods, etc.), dismantling waste, etc.; - waste conditioned in various matrices (bitumen, hydraulic binder, thermosetting resins, etc.), notably in the form of 100 l, 200 l, 400 l or 800 l drums, and test specimens or samples, (vitrified waste); - waste packaged in a container, notably technological waste. It also specifies the calibration of the gamma spectrometry chain. The gamma energies used generally range from 0,05 MeV to 3 MeV.

To find similar documents by classification:

13.030.30 (Special wastes Including radioactive wastes, hospital wastes, carcasses, and other hazardous wastes)

17.240 (Radiation measurements Including dosimetry Radiation protection, see 13.280)

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SS-ISO 14850-1:2010

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Sept. 20, 2010



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International Equivalent

ISO 14850-1:2004(IDT)