A radontól származó sugárterhelés meghatározásának és korlátozásának nehézségei föld alatti munkahelyeken

Translated title of the contribution: The difficulties of determination and regulation of radon dose component in underground workplaces

Norbert Kávási, János Somlai, Tibor Szabó, András Várhegyi, József Hakl, Tibor Kovács, Zorán Gorjanácz, Viktor Jobbágy

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Abstract

According to the executive decree of the Atomic law (1996) the action level in workplaces is 1000 B/m3 yearly average radon level in the air. The radon concentration in underground workplaces can be especially high. The difficulties of determination of radon concentration were investigated in the hospital cave of Tapolca where the monthly average was between 0,51 and 12,4 kBq/m3. Considering the dose contribution of the workers it can cause 50% miscalculation that the equilibration factor differs ±50% from the assumed 0,4 value in underground places (caves, mines, etc.).

Translated title of the contributionThe difficulties of determination and regulation of radon dose component in underground workplaces
Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)30-33
Number of pages4
JournalMagyar Geofizika
Volume44
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1 2003

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Geophysics
  • Geology

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    Kávási, N., Somlai, J., Szabó, T., Várhegyi, A., Hakl, J., Kovács, T., Gorjanácz, Z., & Jobbágy, V. (2003). A radontól származó sugárterhelés meghatározásának és korlátozásának nehézségei föld alatti munkahelyeken. Magyar Geofizika, 44(1), 30-33.