THE RESPONSE OF A TISSUE-EQUIVALENT TWO-DIMENSIONAL THERMOLUMINESCENT DOSIMETER
Konnai, A.; Ohnishi, S.; Odano, N.
German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)
Study of the relative dose-response of BANG-3® polymer gel dosimeters in epithermal neutron irradiation
J Uusi-Simola; S Savolainen; A Kangasmäki
Spurious TLD readings due to static electricity
J A Douglas; T Budd
Skin beta-dose assessment with ultra-thin thermoluminescent detectors
L A R da Rosa; L V E Caldas
Simulation of the Charge Produced by Protons Inside a Tissue Equivalent Ionization Chamber in a Mixed Neutron/Gamma Field in BNCT
Roca, A.; Liu, Y.-H.; Moss, R.
Secondary beam fragments produced by 200 MeV u−112C ions in water and their dose contributions in carbon ion radiotherapy
K Gunzert-Marx; H Iwase; D Schardt
Receiver operating characteristic analysis for the detection of simulated microcalcifications on mammograms using hardcopy images
Chao-Jen Lai; Chris C Shaw; Gary J Whitman
Radiation dose distributions in three dimensions from tomographic optical density scanning of polymer gels: I. Development of an optical scanner
J C Gore; M Ranade; M J Maryañski
Quantification of β+ activity generated by hard photons by means of PET
D Möckel; H Müller; J Pawelke
Prompt-gamma neutron activation analysis system design: Effects of D-T versus D-D neutron generator source selection
Ellis, K.; Shypailo, R.
Projection x-ray imaging with photon energy weighting: experimental evaluation with a prototype detector
Polad M Shikhaliev
PRESENT STATUS OF POSITION-SENSITIVE TISSUE EQUIVALENT PROPORTIONAL CHAMBER (PS-TEPC)
Higashio, N.; Sasaki, S.; Doke, T.
Monte carlo simulations of MATROSHKA experiment outside ISS
Sihver, L; Puchalska, M; Sato, T
Method of Monte Carlo simulation verification in hadron therapy with non-tissue equivalent detectors
Rosenfeld, A.; Wroe, A.; Carolan, M.
Main Dosimetric Characteristics of Some Tissue-equivalent TL Detectors
Miljanic, S.; Ranogajec-Komor, M.; Knezevic, Z.
LiF:Mg, Cu, P TL detectors with adjustable energy responses
S T Wang; G G Cai
First results on proton radiography with nuclear emulsion detectors
S Braccini; A Ereditato; I Kreslo
Evaluation of diamond radiation dosemeters
Dual-energy tissue cancellation in mammography with quasi-monochromatic x-rays
M Marziani; A Taibi; A Tuffanelli
Dosimetry of π--mesons using silicon detectors and plastic scintillators
M R Raju; E Lampo; S B Curtis
Dosimetry for ion beam radiotherapy
Christian P Karger; Oliver Jäkel; Hugo Palmans
Dosimetric studies with fast neutrons from a medical cyclotron
K Kawachi; F T Kuchnir; M S Skaggs
Dosimetric characteristics of tissue equivalent thermoluminescent solid TL detectors based on lithium borate
Furetta, C.; Prokic, M.; Salamon, R.
Determination of W values for tissue-equivalent gas and its constituents using alpha particles in the range 1.1-3.9 MeV
M Whillock; A Edwards
Design, Construction, and Implementation of Spherical Tissue-Equivalent Proportional Counter
Perez-Nunez, D.; Braby, L.A.; American Nuclear Society
Design of a new tissue-equivalent proportional counter based on a gas electron multiplier
Farahmand, M.; Bos, A. J. J.; Huizenga, J.
Cosmic Radiation and Aircrew Exposure: Implementation of European Requirements in Civil Aviation, Dublin, 1-3 July 1998
Calibration of a prompt neutron activation analysis facility for the measurement of total body protein
A Mackie; S Cowen; J Hannan
CRaTER: The Cosmic Ray Telescope for the Effects of Radiation Experiment on the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Mission
Lalic, M.; Smith, M.; Onsager, T.
COHN analysis: Body composition measurements based on the associated particle imaging and prompt-gamma neutron activation analysis techniques
Shypailo, R.; Ellis, K.
A whole-body counter for precision in vivo measurement of radio-iron
H E Palmer; J D Cook; K G Pailthorp
19th International Conference on Nuclear Tracks in Solids, Besançon, France, 31 August-4 September 1998
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