This is the first text specifically designed to train potential health physicists to think and respond like professionals. Written by a former chairman of the American Board of Health Physics Comprehensive Panel of Examiners with more than 20 years of professional and academic experience in the field, it offers a balanced presentation of all the theoretical and practical issues essential for a full working knowledge of radiation exposure assessments. As the only book to cover the entire radiation protection field, it includes detailed coverage of the medical, university, reactor, fuel cycle, environmental and accelerator areas, while exploring key topics in radiation basics, external and internal dosimetry, the biological effects of ionizing radiation, and much more besides. Backed by more than 500 worked examples developed within the context of various scenarios and spanning the full spectrum of real-world challenges, it quickly instills in readers the professional acumen and practical skills they need to perform accurate radiation assessments in virtually any routine or emergency situation. The result is a valuable resource for upper-level students and anyone preparing to take the American Board of Health Physics Comprehensive Examination, as well as for professionals seeking to expand their scope and sharpen their skills.Bevelacqua, J. J., Basic Health Physics: Problems and Solutions, John Wiley aamp; Sons, Inc., New York (1999). ... Bryant, P. J., Johnson, K., Principles of Circular Accelerators and Storage Rings, Cambridge University Press, ... Cossairt, J. D., Grossman, N. L., Marshall, E. T., Assessment of Dose Equivalent Due to Neutrinos, Health Physics 73, 894 (1997). ... Gollon, P. J., The Production of Radioactivity by Accelerators, IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science, NS-23(4), 1395 (1976).
|Title||:||Contemporary Health Physics|
|Author||:||Joseph John Bevelacqua|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2009-03-09|