man-made ionizing radiation

man-made ionizing radiation
technogeninė jonizuojančioji spinduliuotė statusas T sritis apsauga nuo naikinimo priemonių apibrėžtis Papildomų, žmogaus sukurtų šaltinių jonizuojančioji spinduliuotė. Technogeninę jonizuojančiąją spinduliuotę kuria žmogaus gamybinė ir kita veikla, keičianti radioaktyviųjų elementų buvimo vietą: radionuklidai iškasami kartu su naudingomis iškasenomis (metalų rūda, trąšų žaliavomis, organiniu kuru ir kt.), statybinėmis medžiagomis. Didžiąją technogeninių jonizuojančiosios spinduliuotės šaltinių apšvitos dozės dalį (iki 50%) sudaro radiologinės medicinos procedūros. Jonizuojančiosios spinduliuotės šaltinių yra ir buityje. Technogeninė jonizuojančioji spinduliuotė intensyvėja gaminant naujus radionuklidus arba didinant natūralių radionuklidų kiekį (branduoliniuose reaktoriuose, branduolinio ginklo bandymuose atmosferoje ir kt.). Technogeninę jonizuojančiąją spinduliuotę sukuria dirbtinis ↑ jonizuojančiosios spinduliuotės šaltinis. atitikmenys: angl. man-made ionizing radiation rus. искусственные источники ионизирующего излучения ryšiai: dar žiūrėkjonizuojančiosios spinduliuotės šaltinis

Apsaugos nuo naikinimo priemonių enciklopedinis žodynas. – Vilnius: Generolo Jono Žemaičio Lietuvos karo akademija. . 2002.

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