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dc.contributor.authorBlaauboer RO
dc.contributor.authorEenink RG
dc.contributor.authorEggink GJ
dc.contributor.authorHeling R
dc.contributor.authorLembrechts J
dc.contributor.authorUijt de Haag PAM
dc.date.accessioned2012-12-12T18:58:48Z
dc.date.available2012-12-12T18:58:48Z
dc.date.issued1992-06-30
dc.identifier749201001
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10029/259721
dc.description.abstractAbstract niet beschikbaar
dc.description.abstractThis report provides an overview of (1) the most important exposure pathways related to the releases of radionuclides and (2) of dispersion models. Sources considered are nuclear power plants under normal working conditions, laboratories, non-nuclear industries, the storage of nuclear waste and consumer products. Emission of radionuclides mainly takes place via air and water, after wich distribution can continue via air, (ground)water soil and the foodchain. Part 1 of this document gives an overview of the radionuclides that can be released by the selected sources and the resulting exposure pathways. Through the use or the consumption of contaminated water, plants, animals and animal products, the inhalation of contaminated air as well as through external exposure man can sustain a dose. In part 2 this report gives an overview of dispersion models for radionuclides that are available in the Netherlands. These models calculate the distribution of (radioactive) chemical substances through air, water and/or soil. Integrated models concerning more than one compartment and/or are capable of making dose calculations are categorized under the compartment for which it is most applicable. This overview have led to the description of a conceptual model for all compartments, the definition of parameters and the most implementable values.
dc.description.sponsorshipDGM/SVS
dc.format.extent149 p
dc.language.isonl
dc.relation.ispartofRIVM Rapport 749201001
dc.relation.urlhttp://www.rivm.nl/bibliotheek/rapporten/749201001.html
dc.subject16nl
dc.subject92-3nl
dc.subjectradionuclidennl
dc.subjectbodemnl
dc.subjectluchtnl
dc.subjectwaternl
dc.subjectvoedselketennl
dc.subjectbelastingspaden; verspreidingsmodellennl
dc.subjectradionuclidesnl
dc.subjectsoilnl
dc.subjectairnl
dc.subjectwaternl
dc.subjectfoodchain; exposure pathwaysnl
dc.subjectdispersion models.nl
dc.titleWERKDOCUMENT. Lozingen van radionucliden in het milieu: inventarisatie van belastingspaden en verspreidingsmodellen in het kader van het project MORISnl
dc.title.alternativeRelease of radionuclides in the environment: review of exposure pathways and dispersion models as part of the project MORISen
dc.typeReport
dc.date.updated2012-12-12T18:58:49Z
html.description.abstractAbstract niet beschikbaar
html.description.abstractThis report provides an overview of (1) the most important exposure pathways related to the releases of radionuclides and (2) of dispersion models. Sources considered are nuclear power plants under normal working conditions, laboratories, non-nuclear industries, the storage of nuclear waste and consumer products. Emission of radionuclides mainly takes place via air and water, after wich distribution can continue via air, (ground)water soil and the foodchain. Part 1 of this document gives an overview of the radionuclides that can be released by the selected sources and the resulting exposure pathways. Through the use or the consumption of contaminated water, plants, animals and animal products, the inhalation of contaminated air as well as through external exposure man can sustain a dose. In part 2 this report gives an overview of dispersion models for radionuclides that are available in the Netherlands. These models calculate the distribution of (radioactive) chemical substances through air, water and/or soil. Integrated models concerning more than one compartment and/or are capable of making dose calculations are categorized under the compartment for which it is most applicable. This overview have led to the description of a conceptual model for all compartments, the definition of parameters and the most implementable values.


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