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AIRDOS-EPA

AIRDOS-EPA

a computerized methodology for estimating environmental concentrations and dose to man from airborne releases of radionuclides

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Published by Office of Radiation Programs, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Washington, D.C. (ANR-461, Washington, D.C., 20460) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Radioisotopes -- Environmental aspects -- Mathematical models,
  • Radioactive pollution of the atmosphere -- Mathematical models,
  • Radiation dosimetry

  • Edition Notes

    StatementR.E. Moore ... [et al.]
    ContributionsMoore, Ramon E, United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Radiation Programs
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 257 p. :
    Number of Pages257
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14215199M

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    SCALE Workshop Nears Registration for the SCALE Workshop is open until Ma CCG/AIRDOS=EPA The book is available from Prentice Hall, Inc., Engle- wood Cliffs, New Jersey , for $ Standards in the News. The models included in this analysis are: IAEA Safety Series No. 57 (IAEA, ), AIRDOS/EPA (Moore et al., ), NRC Regula- tory Guides and (USNRC, a,b), the CRRIS system (Baes et al., ; Miller et al., ) and the screening model recently introduced by Scientific Committee 64 of the National Council on Radiation Cited by:

    The AIRDOS-EPA code was developed primarily to assess routine radionuclide releases from nuclear facilities. CCC AIRDOS-EPA The code package for estimation of radiation doses caused by airborne radionuclides in areas surrounding nuclear facilities was updated to correct two errors in subroutine CONCEN. These corrections will change model output only for special combinations of model parameters.


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AIRDOS-EPA: A computerized methodology for estimating environmental concentrations and dose to man from airborne releases of radionuclides Paperback – January 1, Anonymous. AIRDOS-EPA: a computerized methodology for estimating environmental concentrations and dose AIRDOS-EPA book man from airborne releases of radionuclides.

AIRDOS-EPA uses reciprocal-averaged wind speeds in the atmospheric dispersion equations, which permit a single calculation to replace separate calculations for each wind-speed category. This procedure saves much computer running time. The recipro- cal averaged wind speed yr for each direction and Pasquill category is defined by the equation J.

The original AIRDOS-EPA computer code is a methodology, designed for xise on IBMQ computers, that estimates radiation doses t.o mart from airborne releases of AIRDOS-EPA book. The code computes air concentrations, ground surface deposition, and intake rates for the inhalation and ingestion pathways.

U.S. EPA, A Directory of Parameters Used in a Series of Assessment Applications of the AIRDOS-EPA and DARTAB AIRDOS-EPA book Coves (ORNL) (March ). Google Scholar : Brion R.

Sasaki. The AIRDOS-EPA computer code is used to assess the annual doses to the general public resulting from releases of radionuclides to the atmosphere by Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) facilities. This code uses a modified Gaussian plume equation to estimate air concentrations resulting from the release of a maximum of 36 radionuclides.

INTRODUCTION The AIRDOS-EPA computer code (Moore et ai, ) has been developed at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) to be used by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as part of a methodology to evaluate health risks to man from atmospheric radionuclide by: 3.

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The EPA Green Book provides detailed information about area National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) designations, classifications and nonattainment status. Information is current as of the Green Book posted date and is available in reports, maps and data downloads.

Select one of the NAAQS. 40 CFR Part 61 National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants EPA / Risk Assessments Environmental Impact Statement for NESHAPS Radionuclides VOLUME 2 - Appendixes BACKGROUND INFORMATION DOCUMENT September U.S.

Environmental Protection Agency Office of Radiation Programs Washington, D.C. Abstract. Environmental measurements following the Chernobyl accident for selected locations in the United States and Europe were compared with model predictions of the transfer of Cs through the air-pasture-cow-milk pathway.

The models include IAEA Safety Series No. 57, AIRDOS/EPA, NRC Regulatory Guides andthe National Council on Radiation Cited by: 4.

The AIRDOS-EPA computer code is used to estimate the annual doses to the general public resulting from releases of radionuclides to the atmosphere. This publication, EPA Environmental Modeling Catalogue, represents a part of EPA's effort to establish communication and share information among researchers interested in modeling applications and techniques.

The EPA has made a commitment to support environmental modeling in various forms. AIRDOS-EPA and DARTAB codes that were written in FORTRAN 77 and executed in a mainframe computing environment. CAPPC provides for dose and risk assessments of collective populations, maximally-exposed individuals and selected individuals.

The original CAPPC software package, Version allowed users to perform full-featured dose and risk. AIRDOS-EPA: A Computerized Methodology for Estimating Environmental Concentrations and Dose to Man from Airborne Releases of Radionuclides. ORNL ORNL Oak Ridge, Tenn.: Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

AIRDOS-EPA () Program File CAP Mainframe User's Manual and Appendices (Volumes ) CAP and CAP PC Resources: The Clean Air Act Assessment Package - (CAP): A Dose and Risk Assessment Methodology for Radionuclide Emissions to Air - Volume 2 (Appendix B) (PDF) (70 pp, 4 MB).

PREPAR is a user-friendly code that prepares a data set for input to AIRDOS-EPA. DARTAB takes the output from AIRDOS-EPA and combines it with other data to produce the radiation doses to an individual.

We considered only AIR- DOS-EPA and used a sample data set furnished by the Radiation Shielding Information by: @article{osti_, title = {AIRDOS-II computer code for estimating radiation dose to man from airborne radionuclides in areas surrouding nuclear facilities}, author = {Moore, R E}, abstractNote = {The AIRDOS-II computer code estimates individual and population doses resulting from the simultaneous atmospheric release of as many as 36 radionuclides from a.

C-AIRDOS was developed by author Chen X.Q. according Regulatory Guide at the year of s based on AIRDOS-EPA, which was wildly used by high reliability (Chen,Fields et al.,Horwedel et al.,Moore et al., ).

The individual and public doses were also investigated by C-AIRDOS in this by: 4. AIRDOS-EPA/DARTAB/RADRISK INFORMATION SHEET Date: Key Source Category: Operable Tailings - 15/5/50 Page 1 of 1 Facility: tfestem Nuclear's Shervood Mill Location: Wellplnlt.

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AIRDOS-EPA: a computerized methodology for estimating environmental concentrations and dose to man from airborne releases of radionuclides Save Cancel Cancel Forgot your password?Sensitivity analysis is a necessary component in the evaluation of computer models utilized in support of performance assessment activities.

Understan.A total dose from all exposure pathways predicted from AIRDOS-EPA model was and times higher than that from NEWTRIT model and NRC model, respectively.